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VAR correct not to award Wolves late penalty Man Utd goalkeeper Andre Onana

Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana believes referee Simon Hooper and VAR were right not to award Wolves a last-gasp penalty in Monday night’s Premier League clash at Old Trafford. United opened their league account for the season in unconvincing fashion as Raphael Varane’s header 14 minutes from time was enough to earn a 1-0 victory that was barely deserved. Indeed, it looked like Wolves might get the chance to equalise […]

todayAugust 15, 2023 3


Oprah takes supplies to Maui shelter and urges more aid for wildfire evacuees

Oprah Winfrey has visited an emergency shelter on the fire-ravaged island of Maui to highlight the plight of evacuees. Hawaii News Now reported that the American TV star said during her visit on Sunday that it is critical that aid gets to residents fast. The TV star is also a part-time Maui resident. Winfrey, who is also a part-time resident, warned that news crews will eventually leave and the world will […]

todayAugust 14, 2023 5


Sunaks a Swiftie No 10 indicates after reports he went to Taylor Swift gig

Rishi Sunak is a “Swiftie”, Downing Street has indicated, following the Prime Minister’s US holiday which reportedly included a Taylor Swift gig. Downing Street did not deny reports that Mr Sunak attended a Swift concert in Los Angeles and took part in a cycling class set to the Shake It Off singer’s music. Asked if Mr Sunak was a “Swiftie” – as fans of the star are known – the Prime Minister’s official spokesman said: […]

todayAugust 14, 2023 4


Wilko administrators set Wednesday deadline for potential bidders

Bidders for crisis-stricken retailer Wilko have been given a Wednesday deadline to table offers to buy the firm. The historic high street chain fell into administration last week, putting the future of its 400 stores and 12,500 workers in jeopardy. It is understood that administrators from PwC have set the deadline as they quickly seek to strike a deal which could save jobs. Wilko is continuing to trade and has not announced any […]

todayAugust 14, 2023 4


Arsenal defender William Saliba really happy to be back after injury

William Saliba was delighted to make a successful return to Premier League action in Arsenal’s win over Nottingham Forest. The France defender missed the closing weeks of last season with a back injury and his absence was felt as Arsenal slipped from the top of the table to finish five points behind champions Manchester City. Up until his injury, the Gunners had been settled at the summit and Saliba had formed a formidable defensive […]

todayAugust 13, 2023 3


Government under fresh pressure to tackle Channel crossings after 6 deaths

The boat they were in sank off the French coast in the early hours of Saturday morning The Government is under renewed pressure to tackle the crisis of migrant crossings in the Channel following the deaths of six people after a boat sank off the coast of France. Campaigners described the incident as an “appalling and preventable tragedy” while MPs called for action to stop criminal gangs profiting from the dangerous journeys. […]

todayAugust 13, 2023 6


Steve Barclay open to requests for Welsh and Scots patients to be treated in England

The Health Secretary the Scottish and Welsh health ministers to discuss what “lessons can be learnt” Steve Barclay is “open to requests” for patients from devolved nations to be treated on the NHS in England amid record waiting lists, the Department of Health has said. The Health Secretary has invited Michael Matheson and Eluned Morgan, the Scottish and Welsh health ministers, to discuss what “lessons can be learnt” from varying […]

todayAugust 13, 2023 5


Parts of UK may be hotter than Los Angeles next week as 30C temperatures move in

Tropical air could make parts of the UK hotter than California at the end of next week with temperatures possibly soaring past 30C, after heavy rain lashes the country. High pressure set to build from the middle of the week means south-east England could reach 32C on Friday, according to the Met Office – higher than the 26C predicted for Los Angeles. However, it will come after most of the […]

todayAugust 12, 2023 5


Six dead and 50 rescued after boat carrying migrants sinks in Channel

Six people have died and around 50 rescued after a boat carrying migrants sank in the Channel, French authorities have said. Two British ships and several French vessels have been involved in a search and rescue operation, France’s Maritime Prefecture of the Channel and the North Sea said. Information was received from a patrol boat early on Saturday that a migrant boat was sinking off Sangatte, according to a statement. […]

todayAugust 12, 2023 4