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Jordan Henderson optimistic about Liverpools prospects next season

Captain Jordan Henderson believes Liverpool have to use the variety of goalscoring options they have available to their advantage next season. The return to fitness of Luis Diaz in recent weeks means manager Jurgen Klopp can now choose between five of his six first-choice forwards (the departing Roberto Firmino is injured). That has contributed to an upturn in form which has brought six successive victories and pushed them into unlikely contention for the […]

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Dolly Parton steals the show at the 2023 ACM Awards with eye catching outfits

Dolly Parton took centre stage at the 2023 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards as she co-hosted the star-studded event alongside Garth Brooks. The Jolene singer, known for her energetic and gregarious nature, made several eye-catching outfit changes throughout the night. The 77-year-old American country music veteran set the bar high for herself as she arrived in a dazzling long-sleeve pewter jumpsuit at the Ford Center in Frisco, Texas. It […]

todayMay 12, 2023 6


Hundreds of Imran Khans supporters detained in Pakistan police raids

Pakistani authorities have cracked down on supporters of former prime minister Imran Khan, detaining hundreds in overnight raids and sending troops across the country to rein in violence that followed his arrest earlier this week. Clashes with police since Mr Khan’s dramatic arrest on Tuesday have killed at least eight of his supporters and dozens have been injured. Five of the deaths were reported in north-western Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, two in the eastern city […]

todayMay 11, 2023 7


Irelands strategy at Eurovision needs mixing up says former finalist

The last Irish act to qualify for the grand final of Eurovision has called for the country to follow in the footsteps of the UK in “mixing up” its strategy. Despite Ireland’s record seven wins at the contest, it has failed to qualify for the final since Ryan O’Shaughnessy entered with his song Together in 2018. On Tuesday night, Wild Youth became the latest act to see their hopes dashed […]

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UK donates long range cruise missiles to help defence of Ukraine

Ukrainians will have the “best chance to defend themselves” after the UK’s donation of Storm Shadow cruise missiles, the Defence Secretary has said. Ben Wallace confirmed that he and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak had agreed to authorise the donation after continued Russian attacks on Ukraine. He told the House of Commons: “Today I can confirm that the UK is donating Storm Shadow missiles to Ukraine. “Storm Shadow is a long-range, […]

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TikTok does not want to compete with BBC for Eurovision final viewers

TikTok does not want to compete with the BBC at Eurovision but instead “complement” and drive viewers towards its grand final coverage, a manager has said. The social media platform has partnered with contest organiser the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the BBC for the event in Liverpool, with busker pop-ups around the city, special coverage and gigs. James Stafford, TikTok’s general manager of marketing and operations for the UK, Ireland and Nordics, […]

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Hit makers Duran Duran handed top Birmingham civic award

Multi-platinum hit-makers Duran Duran have added a top civic award from home city Birmingham to their vast collection of accolades, calling it “quite an honour”. The synth pop pioneers, who have just completed a UK tour, were handed a Lord Mayor’s Award ahead of their May 5 homecoming show at the city’s Utilita Arena. Councillor Maureen Cornish, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, was pictured back stage with current line-up, Simon Le […]

todayMay 10, 2023 6


John Lewis boss to face confidence vote over leadership

The boss of the John Lewis Partnership is set to face a confidence vote on her future after criticism of the leadership of the retail giant. It comes after Dame Sharon White, chairwoman of the business which runs the department store chain and supermarket arm Waitrose, said the group is considering options for its future after reports that it could bring in outside investment. However, industry leaders such as Mary […]

todayMay 10, 2023 6


Archbishop of Canterbury criticises Governments small boats Bill in Lords

The Archbishop of Canterbury has made a rare intervention in the House of Lords, to criticise the Government’s Illegal Migration Bill as it faces its first test in the upper chamber. Justin Welby argued against the flagship legislation aimed at ensuring people who arrive in the UK in small boats would be detained and promptly removed, either to their home country or a third country such as Rwanda. The intervention marked his second major rebuke of the Government’s […]

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