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26th February, 10:17

Sterling has improved thanks to Guardiola Villa

David Villa has no doubt Raheem Sterlings stunning improvement as a player is down to his work with Pep Guardiola. Sterling is now rated as one of England and Europes top players after two outstanding seasons in Manchester Citys back-to-back Premier League title successes of 2018 and 2019..
26th February, 10:13

William Hill profits beat forecasts despite 700 store closures in 2019

Betting giant William Hill has posted 2019 profits ahead of expectations, despite closing more than 700 betting shops. The company reported a 52% decline in adjusted pre-tax profits to £96.5 million for the year to December 31..
26th February, 10:08

Environmental protesters dress as canaries to block entrance to mine

Extinction Rebellion activists caged like canaries have blocked the entrance to an open cast mine in opposition to plans to expand it. There were heated scenes as a protester tried to get under a barrier at the entrance to the Bradley site near Dipton, County Durham, but was stopped by security guards patrolling with dogs..
26th February, 09:28

Love Island winners Paige Turley and Finley Tapp seal return to UK with a kiss

Love Island winners Paige Turley and Finley Tapp have sealed their return to the UK with a kiss. The couple touched down at Heathrow Airport on Wednesday morning with the programmes other finalists..
26th February, 09:00

South Korean coronavirus cases leap as first US soldier infected

South Korea has reported 115 more cases of the new coronavirus, raising its total to 1,261. The Korea Centres for Disease Control and Prevention said that 82 of the new cases have been recorded in the south-eastern city of Daegu and nearby areas..
26th February, 08:03

Inquest due to open into death of Streatham terrorist

An inquest is due to open on Wednesday into the death of Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman. The 20-year-old was shot dead by two police marksmen after he stole a knife from a shop on Streatham High Road and stabbed two bystanders on Sunday February 2..
26th February, 01:45

House prices across Englands major cities now higher than before the financial crisis

Data has been released by the property website Zoopla.
25th February, 10:37

Tenerife hotel placed in Quarantine after doctor tests positive for coronavirus

A tourist hotel on the Canary Island of Tenerife has been placed in quarantine after an Italian doctor staying there tested positive for the Covid-19. The press office for the town of Adeje confirmed that the restrictions are in place at the H10 Adeje Palace hotel..
25th February, 07:27

Stop and search could save girls from being groomed says ex gang member

A mother-of-two who was "forced" into a gang in her early teens has called for police to use stop and search powers on girls and young women to "save them" from being groomed by criminals. Lucy Martindale, director of anti-knife crime organisation Operation Shutdown, said girls are "inevitably" becoming associated with gangs because "dominant" males are forcing them to hide weapons or contraband to avoid police detection..
25th February, 07:05

Rose McGowan celebrates Harvey Weinstein conviction

Actress Rose McGowan said Harvey Weinstein will finally know how it feels to have "power wrapped around his neck" after the disgraced film mogul was convicted of rape and sexual assault. Weinstein, once one of Hollywoods most powerful and feared men, is facing up to 29 years in prison after a New York City jury found him guilty of attacking two women..
25th February, 06:13

Coronavirus pushes beyond Asia as it takes aim at Europe and Middle East

The coronavirus took aim at a broadening swath of the globe on Monday, with officials in Europe and the Middle East scrambling to limit the spread of an outbreak that showed signs of stabilising at its Chinese epicentre but posed new threats far beyond. In Italy, authorities set up roadblocks, called off football matches and closed sites including the famed La Scala opera house..
25th February, 06:09

Forecasters warn of more ice and snow as temperatures plummet

Temperatures could plummet to minus 10C in some parts of the UK after forecasters warned of more ice and snow over the next 24 hours. The Met Office said 2cm to 6cm of snow is expected to fall over Scotland by Tuesday morning, while higher areas in Northern Ireland and northern England could see up to 3cm..
25th February, 03:00

Government looks set to miss smoke free target

The warning comes from Cancer Research UK.
24th February, 13:00

Sand storms continue to affect the Canary Islands

Thousands of passengers have been delayed due to the Calima.
24th February, 11:45

French Government say they will not be blackmailed on a bad trade deal

The UK and EU 27 are holding discussions during the transition period.
24th February, 07:28

Sir Steve McQueen says his younger self wouldnt give a damn about knighthood

Sir Steve McQueen has said that his younger self would not be impressed by his knighthood. The Oscar-winning filmmaker, 50, told the Big Issue that while it is "great" to receive the honour "it doesnt mean anything unless you can actually use it"..
24th February, 07:25

More flood warnings as snow and rain fall

Snow and rain fell across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England on Monday morning as warnings of further flooding were issued. Commuters were advised to expect traffic disruption as the new working week began..
24th February, 07:21

Unaffordable housing putting strain on mental health study suggests

One in seven couples aged under 45 have put off having children or not had them at all due to their housing situation, a survey has found. Some 13% of UK adults under the age of 45 and in a couple have delayed or not had children due to their housing situation, according to a YouGov poll undertaken for the Affordable Housing Commission..
24th February, 07:18

Paige Turley and Finley Tapp win Love Island

Finley Tapp and Paige Turley have won the first ever series of winter Love Island. They beat fellow finalists Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, Luke Mabbott and Demi Jones, and Jess Gale and Ched Uzor to win £50,000..
24th February, 07:13

Aubameyang double helps Arsenal to back to back wins

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice as Arsenal recovered from an early setback to beat Everton in a thrilling five-goal clash. The visitors led inside 49 seconds as Dominic Calvert-Lewins effort became the quickest home goal ever conceded by Arsenal in the Premier League..

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