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England do have match-winning bowlers, insists Eoin Morgan despite flaying by Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla

England captain Eoin Morgan remains at ease that he has a team of match-winners at his disposal despite their chastening seven-wicket defeat against South Africa at SuperSport Park.
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Dimitri Payet is West Ham's best player and we must do everything to keep him, admits Slaven Bilic amid talk of £38m China bid

The Hammers are already preparing an improved contract for their star midfielder, despite him only having signed a five-year deal when he joined seven months ago.
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Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri insists there is 'nothing' in Chelsea interest as he focuses on winning silverware

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says there is 'nothing' in Chelsea's interest in him. The 48-year-old Italian is on a shortlist of potential candidates to replace Guus Hiddink.
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Triumphant Denver Broncos return home as MVP Von Miller and Peyton Manning toast Super Bowl 50 in victory parade

Tuesday was parade day and a million fans - according to an estimate from the city's mayor - showed up to cheer on the Super Bowl 50 champions after beating the Carolina Panthers 24-10.
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Donald Trump wins the New Hampshire Republican primary with a third of the vote

Trump claimed victory in the New Hampshire Republican primary elections, predicting before a raucous crowd in Manchester that he'll also win the next contest in South Carolina.
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Who will really suffer if we leave the EU?  

The strongest argument advanced by the ‘remain’ campaign is that it would be disastrous for Britain’s trade if we pulled out of the EU. Today comes striking evidence that this is palpable nonsense.
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MPs pay to rise another £1,000 in April a year after they received a 10% increase 

MPs will benefit from another salary increase of almost £1,000 this April, with the basic wage of House of Commons members climbing to almost £75,000 a year, plus expenses.
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1 in 5 against NHS industrial action that is set to see thousands of operations cancelled today

As up to 45,000 junior doctors are get ready to take part in a second 24-hour walkout today, a poll reveals the proportion of Britons who strongly oppose the strike has almost doubled
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Idris Elba 'splits from Naiyana Garth' after night with Naomi Campbell

The actor, 43, decided to move out of the London home he shared with the make-up artist and his son Winston, The Sun has claimed.
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Kate Winslet wears midi dress as she attends Triple 9 screening in London

Looking younger than her years as she arrived at the Ham Yard Hotel, on Tuesday, the 40-year-old actress looked incredible as she showcased her slender curves in a fitted midi dress.
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Age UK suspends 'rip-off' tariff with energy giant E.On

The charity received more than £6million from E.on last year, part of this from commission on the energy deals it recommended to the elderly which it is now claimed were not the cheapest on the market.
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Racially abused Paris Metro commuter to attend PSG's Champions League match against Chelsea 

The commuter racially abused and blocked by Chelsea supporters from boarding a Paris Metro train has accepted an invitation from PSG to watch the two clubs in the Champions League.
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Teapigs and Rachel's yoghurt among artisan brands owned by corporations 

Teapigs, Rachel’s organic yoghurt and Dorset Cereals are examples of seemingly ‘homespun’ brands, which are actually owned by large companies like TATA, Nestle and Associated British Foods.
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Chelsea prodigy Ruben Loftus-Cheek the hero... in FIFA 16 battle against team-mates

Times at Stamford Bridge are certainly happier in 2016 however a quartet of Chelsea stars left their allegiances aside on the Xbox 360. But who gained the dressing room bragging rights?
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Lewis Hamilton tipped to be F1 force for 10 years as world champion hangs out with Star Wars character Yoda

Lewis Hamilton posted a picture on Instagram with Star Wars character Yoda after the triple world champion was tipped to be a major force in Formula One for the next 10 years.
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Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch has jetted back into Ireland after death of brother

Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch has jetted back into Ireland from Lanzarote as a bitter gangland feud that claimed the life of his brother, Eddie Hutch Senior, in Dublin intensifies.
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Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba reveals bizarre Pokemon-inspired haircut

Paul Pogba has always had a penchant for outrageous hairstyles, but the Juventus midfielder has really outdone himself with his latest effort., which he revealed on his Instagram account.
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The Queen's grandson Peter Philips leaves role as Patron's Fund trustee

The Queen’s grandson Peter Philips has stepped down from his role at Patron’s Fund charity involved in her 90th birthday celebrations on The Mall, London.
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Ireland legend Paul O'Connell was a modest warrior who willed himself to greatness and into a nation's affections

SHANE MCGRATH: He sounded annoyed at one point in his interview on RTÉ radio. In the past week, said Paul O'Connell, his diet had become less regimented because he knew the end had come.
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Harmful bacterial molecules are the REAL reason junk food is so bad for us

University of Leicester scientists say these molecules are undetectable in fresh foods, but abundant in foods like ready-chopped vegetables, pasta sauces and sandwiches.
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QUENTIN LETTS: The creeping corruption of Britain's civil service 

A report into civil servants’ freebies should trouble any taxpayer. Whitehall officials, their spouses and even their children, have been entertained by big businesses at London's most exclusive venues.
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Second stage of Leveson probe is shelved after ministers decide there is 'no point'

A senior Government source told the Daily Mail the second stage, which would examine ties between newspapers and police, had been abandoned after a string of journalists were cleared.
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England 'could follow Scotland in lowering drink-drive limit'

Scotland cut the drink-driving limit from 80mg per 100ml of blood to 50mg in December 2014. If the Scottish experiment is successful, England and Wales could be set to follow suit.
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Mail dossier exposes evidence over Kate Wilson the Deepcut coroner refuses to hear

Private Kate Wilson, whose name has been changed, claims she was viciously assaulted, sexually harassed and urinated upon while asleep during her time in the British Army.
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Couples in their 50s risk missing out on a comfortable retirement

Couples in their 50s are also more likely to miss out on an inheritance as their parents use up their own savings – which traditionally would have been left to them – on care or on grandchildren.
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Has my old school chum become a teacher's pet: QUENTIN LETTS on Yesterday in Parliament 

Tory Eurosceptic Nick Herbert gave a speech saying he wants to stay in the EU. QUENTIN LETTS asks if he ever mean his Euroscepticism or was it careerist positioning.
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Rapist Ched Evans spotted with his girlfriend and new baby 

Convicted rapist Ched Evans (left), 27, was seen taking his newborn baby boy for a lesisurely stroll with his girlfriend Natasha Massey (right) in at a town centre in Alderney Edge, Cheshire
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National Audit Office says shortage of physics teachers means its taught by unqualified staff

The National Audit Office (NAO) said teacher shortages across the country are growing, with particular issues in science subjects.
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Manchester City women to take on sister club Melbourne City in Abu Dhabi as they gear up for new Super League campaign

Man City women will descend on Abu Dhabi this week to face sister club Melbourne City in pre-season. City are returning to the UAE and will play group's Australian side for the first time.
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Bryony Bateman told she was 'fat and lazy' after weight soared had thyroid cancer

Bryony Bateman, 27, from Bristol joined a slimming club and exercised regularly but couldn't lose weight. Tests on a banana-shaped growth on her neck revealed she had thyroid cancer.
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West Ham's FA Cup win over Liverpool will 'go down in history' beams boss Slaven Bilic after his side reach fifth round

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic described their thrilling 2-1 extra-time FA Cup fourth-round replay win against Liverpool at Upton Park on Tuesday night as one of the greatest games in the club's history.
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Baroness Bling, sex tycoons - it must be the Tory Ball: ANDREW PIERCE goes inside the party's most lucrative fundraising event 

Hedge-fund kings and business tycoons mingled with David Cameron and a glittery heeled Karren Brady (pictured) at an 18th-century Brewery in the City of London for the party's fundraising ball
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MigrationWatch claim 3m more migrants will arrive in Europe in the next two years

Research by the think tank MigrationWatch says the EU's asylum system is 'unable to cope' after 1.27million people (pictured on Turkey-Syria border) sought refuge last year – an increase of 95 per cent
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: We were the better team but we didn't use our chances

NEIL ASHTON: Jurgen Klopp suffered another night of disappointment as the Liverpool boss returned from appendix surgery to take his place on the bench but saw his side lose at West Ham.
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Australia to trial black seam on pink ball for day-night games in Sheffield Shield

Australia will trial a modified pink ball featuring a black seam in the domestic Sheffield Shield competition next week after complaints from players about visibility issues during the inaugural day-night test in November.
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New anti-terror laws are rushed, a threat to our privacy and give spies too much power, says damning report 

Parliamentary committee warned the new laws give only 'piecemeal' protection from excessive surveillance by intelligence agencies, as terror attacks are being used to ride over privacy.
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Paul O'Connell 'is close enough to the best I have ever worked with', claims former Ireland defence coach Les Kiss

Former Ireland defence coach Les Kiss has described Paul O'Connell as 'a force of nature' and backed him to forge a coaching career with Munster.
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CBB's Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis reunite for Dublin break

The former Hollyoaks actress jetted to her new beau's hometown to kick of their romance in romantic style following their very public courtship on Celebrity Big Brother.
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Eoin Morgan bemoans poor start with the ball but insists England's confidence won't be affected by third ODI defeat  

Eoin Morgan insists England have little to worry about just yet, after one chastening defeat against South Africa. England continued their knack of passing the 300-run benchmark.
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Why more of us tune out of BBC radio: Amount of time spent listening drops again as people opt for podcasts and online streaming services 

Amount of time people spend on listening BBC's radio stations has dropped to its lowest levels.The average Briton spent just 10.1 hours a week tuning in to BBC radio in the last three months of 2015
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Don't write us off too soon, warns Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw after England defeat 

Scotland’s Six Nations cavalcade moves to Cardiff later this week but captain Greig Laidlaw insists there will be no room for any baggage from the crushing Calcutta Cup defeat.
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FTSE hits 3-year low as bank shares take a beating on another day of market turmoil 

The FTSE 100 index is now down more than 20 per cent since last year's peak, after falling another 57.17 points to 5632.19 - taking the slide in value for the year to nearly 10 per cent, or £157billion.
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Poppi Worthington's death inquest to be held in March due to 'substantial public interest'

A fresh inquest is to be held in Cockermouth, Cumbria into the death of toddler Poppi Worthington after judge ruled she was sexually assaulted by her father before her sudden death in December 2012.
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John and Sally Bercow pictured with their children on a night out in London

The Commons Speaker and his wife Sally walked the red carpet with their three children during a glamorous promotion night on the West End, London, tonight (pictured).
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Hampton Court Palace chapel holds first Catholic service since Henry VIII

The Archbishop of Westminster hosted an evening service at the former home of King Henry VIII in Richmond upon Thames, west London, tonight. It was preceded by a discussion about faith.
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Dakota Johnson leads the glamour at How To Be Single's London premiere

Dakota, 26, glittered from head-to-toe in the metallic frock which featured a plunging neckline, offering attendees and onlookers a glimpse of her pert cleavage at the special screening in London.
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Paris show off Eiffel Tower-shaped logo in a ceremony on the Champs Elysees as they ramp up bid to host 2024 Olympic Games

Paris ramped up its bid for the 2024 Olympics on Tuesday, securing £6.2m in four sponsorship deals and presenting its Eiffel Tower-shaped logo in a ceremony on the Champs Elysees.
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Queensferry Crossing between Edinburgh and Fife's concrete towers stand tall

The Queensferry Crossing between Edinburgh and Fife is due to open later this year to ease traffic on the decades-old Forth Road Bridge, which was recently closed due to safety fears.
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Babies given paracetamol are nearly a THIRD more likely to develop asthma

Scientists from the universities of Bristol and Oslo suspect taking paracetamol induces ‘oxidative stress’, in which unstable molecules known as free radicals trigger an allergic response.
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Nato to send warships to patrol the Aegean Sea in attempt to stop migrants crossing

German chancellor Angela Merkel last night called on allies to send vessels to patrol the Turkish coast (pictured, migrants arrive on Greek island of Lesbos) in a dramatic escalation of the response to the crisis
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Simon Binner's death featured in BBC Two's 'How to Die' documentary

Simon Binner, 57, from Purley, Surrey, was killed by a lethal dose of anaesthetic which he administered in a Swiss suicide clinic 600 miles from home on October 19 last year.
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John Lewis shopper plummets off a balcony but survives when BED breaks her fall 

Shoppers watched in horror as the 60-year-old woman plunged two storeys to the basement of the shop in Cheadle (pictured), Manchester, and miraculously landed on a display bed.
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Sunday trading laws set to be scrapped within months

Councils will be able to ditch Sunday trading laws, which limit large stores across Britain to opening just six hours on a Sunday, by the autumn. Some Tory MPs oppose it on family and religious grounds.
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Floyd Mayweather rocks £400k watch during London private shopping spree

Mayweather, 38, wore his earnings on his sleeve as he sported a watch which is said to be worth no less than £400,000 on his left wrist during the Tuesday trip to Mayfair.
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England set to name Steven Finn in World Twenty20 squad but Middlesex bowler faces race to prove his fitness

Steven Finn will be named in a youthful England World Twenty20 squad and will be given until a week before next month's tournament in India to prove his fitness.
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NFL Los Angeles Rams?? owner Stan Kroenke? buys Waggoner Ranch

Stan Kroenke, who owns the Rams and is also the largest shareholder in the English football club Arsenal, closed a deal to buy the 535,000-acre W.T. Waggoner Ranch in Texas.
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Harris Federation head Daniel Moynihan paid 3 times David Cameron's salary

Sir Daniel Moynihan was paid between £395,000 and £400,000 to head up the Harris Federation which runs 37 academies in and around London.
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Nielsen reveals why we're shopping like Britain's still in recession

Research by analysts at Nielsen shows UK families are shopping as if the country is still in recession and households buy less and use leftovers in push to save money.
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The Liverpool walk-out will be a warning to clubs... they must start putting fans first, believes Harry Redknapp

SAM CUNNINGHAM: Harry Redknapp believes the Anfield walk-out by Liverpool fans at the weekend to protest at rising ticket prices should act as a warning to other clubs.
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Surrey Police failed to quiz men in Private Cheryl James 'Deepcut love triangle'

An inquest into the death of Private Cheryl James heard that three men should have been designated as suspects when the 18-year-old was found shot at Deepcut Barracks, Surrey, in 1995.
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West Ham 2-1 Liverpool - The Inside Track: Daniel Sturridge needs his luck to change, Jurgen Klopp wears club shop and Dimitri Payet deserves to see the money!

NEIL ASHTON AT THE BOLEYN GROUND: West Ham bagged themselves a fifth round trip to Ewood Park to face Blackburn after eventually getting the better of Liverpool at the Boleyn Ground.
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UK's trade to EU slumps as exports outside Europe continue to soar

In a sign that the UK could prosper if it quit Brussels, official figures showed that Britain bought far more from EU countries than they bought from us – with the gap at an all-time high of £89billion
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Sheffield residents' fury after council fells 3,000 trees to save money

Sheffield residents are locked in a bitter battle with the council after claims that 3,000 of the city's roadside trees were felled in an apparent bid to save money on maintenance.
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Casey Batchelor steps out alongside Stephanie Pratt at West End event

The 31-year-old reality star opted to channel a more demure look at the Cirque Berserk Real Circus Comes To The West End launch in London, on Tuesday night.
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Liz Hurley oozes sex appeal in LBD at Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition

She famously commanded attention when in a safety pin dress. And, keen to prove she's still got it, Liz Hurley wowed onlookers once again when she stepped out in central London on Tuesday.
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West Bromwich Albion skipper Darren Fletcher hoping for more FA Cup glory after Manchester United success in 2004

West Brom captain Darren Fletcher has urged Albion to create an FA Cup legacy as he eyes a second winners' medal. The FA Cup was the first trophy midfielder Fletcher won with Manchester United.
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Crystal Palace freeze season ticket prices but face wrath of some fans after not including seats in the directors’ box area

OLIVER TODD: Crystal Palace say they have frozen ticket prices for next season but some fans are still facing a hike of over £500 to stay in their seats.
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Eddie Jones gives damning verdict on England after Six Nations display against Scotland: You are not fit enough  

CHRIS FOY: Eddie Jones has come to the early conclusion that his England squad need to get up to speed quickly in fitness terms if they are to compete with the best of the Southern Hemisphere.
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Jessica Ennis-Hill on alert as stars look to boycott Rio 2016 because of Zika virus fears

The Rio Olympics faces a boycott from some of its biggest female stars amid rising fears over the Zika virus. Jessica Ennis-Hill, is monitoring the situation closely with the Games less than six months away.
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Arsene Wenger picked the wrong scout from Leicester... Steve Walsh was the guy who found Riyad Mahrez, says Gary Lineker

Leicester City have lost scout Ben Wrigglesworth to Arsenal on the back of their miraculous season — but former Fox Gary Lineker believes Arsene Wenger has got the wrong man.
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Peterborough boss Graham Westley divides opinion but against West Brom he has the chance to become an FA Cup hero  

MATT BARLOW: Graham Westley is about as far from the hopeless romantic as you are likely to find in football. Nothing is hopeless in the world of Westley.
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Sporting Lisbon extend William Carvalho's contract until 2020 amid Arsenal interest

Former Arsenal target William Carvalho has extended his contract with Sporting Lisbon until 2020. The 23-year-old's impressive displays for Portugal and Sporting had attracted admirers.
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Female shark set for rare ‘virgin birth’ in Great Yarmouth's Sea Life Centre

A female shark at Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre has produced two fertile eggs despite having had no contact with males for more than two years, thanks to a phenomenon known as 'virgin birth'.
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Greg Dyke could be forced into FA exit next week as blazers consider vote of no confidence for chairman

CHARLES SALE - EXCLUSIVE: FA chairman Greg Dyke could face a vote of no confidence from the blazers next week because they are so upset over his proposed governance reforms.
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Borussia Dortmund fans bombard pitch with tennis balls in ticket price protest

Borussia Dortmund fans staged their own protest over ticket prices during their German Cup win over Stuttgart. Several thousand supporters spent the opening 20 minutes away from their seat.
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BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker is a devout Christian who always keeps the Sabbath 

New BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker (pictured) was more worried about ensuring that he did not have to work on Sundays. The devout Christian has plotted his career around his faith.
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Leicester star Riyad Mahrez poised for new deal after helping club top Premier League

LAURIE WHITWELL: Riyad Mahrez is in line for a new contract in the summer following his huge impact in Leicester’s title charge. The Algerian has 14 goals and 10 assists this season.
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Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Wednesday, February 10 

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Wednesday's races at Southwell, Kempton and Carlisle.
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'It costs me £3,250 a season to follow Newcastle,' Sportsmail speaks to fan who watches his beloved club home and away

Phil Greaves, 49, is a Newcastle United season-ticket holder who attends every game home and away. It costs him £3,250 per season to follow the Premier League side.
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Lee Nolan strangled Katelyn Parker with straighteners after she called him gay

Lee Anthony Nolan killed Katelyn Parker, 24, with the appliance's power cable after a dispute on August 13 last year, Manchester Crown Court heard. He will serve a minimum of 18 years.
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Why can't Louis van Gaal see the size of his failure at Manchester United?

MARTIN SAMUEL: As he likes to remind the world, Louis van Gaal is a smart man. So it is perplexing that he refuses to grasp why speculation about his future at Manchester United will not go away.
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German cannibal Armin Meiwes who ate his gay lover Bernd Brandes 'with his permission'

Notorious cannibal Armin Meiwes has given shocking insight into the 2001 killing of Bernd Brandes in Germany. The pair had sex before Brandes allowed himself to be killed and eaten.
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Jose Mourinho tells friends that his summer move to Manchester United is a 'done deal'

SAM CUNNINGHAM: Jose Mourinho has told close friends it is a 'done deal' that he will be appointed manager of Manchester United in the summer.
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Derby County owner Mel Morris dressing room rant was sign of things to come after surprise sacking of Paul Clement

LAURIE WHITWELL - EXCLUSIVE: Derby owner Mel Morris first showed anger at the season’s direction under Paul Clement when he entered dressing room to call off a planned trip to Dubai.
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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich unsure about Diego Simeone taking charge due to Atletico Madrid boss' style of football 

NEIL ASHTON: Diego Simeone's chances of landing the Chelsea job have taken a massive setback because Roman Abramovich has serious misgivings about his playing style.
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Eden Hazard keen to remain at Chelsea should a Real Madrid move be off the cards

Eden Hazard is prepared to stay at Chelsea if he cannot land a dream move to Real Madrid this summer. Sportsmail can reveal Hazard is likely to snub a potential big-money switch to PSG.
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West Ham 2-1 Liverpool: Angelo Ogbonna wins the game in the last minute of extra time as Jurgen Klopp's side crash out of FA Cup

MARTIN SAMUEL AT UPTON PARK:Liverpool’s young ones fought almost to the last, to additional time of additional time, but it was too much for them in the end.
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MK Dons 1-1 Middlesbrough: Jordan Rhodes strikes dramatic last minute equaliser as Boro rescue point 

ADAM SHERGOLD AT STADIUM MK: Jordan Rhodes came off the bench to score his first goal for Middlesbrough in the 1-1 draw with MK Dons on Tuesday night.
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Argentinian women buying up FROGS and TOADS to eat Zika mosquitoes

The sale of mosquito-eating frogs and toads is booming in Argentina as the government warned that Zika virus is spreading in the country despite the massive deployment of pesticides
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RAF Brimstone missiles destroy ISIS hide-out in Iraq

The footage from the strategic city of Ramadi, just 60 miles from Baghdad, shows the £175,000 laser guided Brimstone missiles obliterating the ISIS held building (pictured).
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Shrovetide football match's bloody scenes despite rules that state 'no killing'

The Shrovetide football match dates back 900 years and one of the only rules is that 'murder and manslaughter are prohibited' during games in Derbyshire (pictured) and County Durham.
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Google and Apple need to pay more taxes in Russia, says German Klimenko

Putin's first ever internet adviser German Klimenko insisted U.S. companies such as Google, Apple and Microsoft need to pay more tax to the Russian government to level out the competitive landscape.
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E-fit issued in hunt for gunman who shot Timothy Mardon in Essex mansion

Police have issued an e-fit of one of the two armed robbers that shot Timothy Mardon in the leg during a bungled raid on his £2million home in Essex.
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Sheffield man kicked and stamped victim to death then torched his house

Paul Cain, 24, savagely beat defenceless Cy Cooper, breaking 23 of his ribs and knocking out several of his teeth, before slitting his throat and setting fire to his home in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
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Luis Nobre who posed as Pope Francis' banker is jailed for 14 years

Luis Nobre (pictured), 49, splurged millions of the cash while living in a five-star London hotel then fled to Switzerland, leaving his girlfriend and their newborn baby with the £130,000 bill.
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West Yorkshire Police seeking burglar who used dating sites to find women to stay with

Allan Campbell, from Boston, Lincolnshire, is wanted on recall to prison to complete a sentence for burgling narrow boats. He is known for tricking women into letting him stay at their properties.
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BBC to show first-ever PDC event with Champions League of Darts... bringing an end to 38 years of BDO World Championship coverage on free-to-air TV

The BBC will broadcast the first-ever Champions League of Darts this year in a move that spells the end for the World Championship tournament after 38 years on terrestrial TV.
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Video shows IRA Canary Wharf bomb blast 20 years ago

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the incident, which killed two men and injured more than 100 people. The blast happened on February 9, 1996, and marked the end of the IRA's ceasefire.
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Northern Ireland supporters receive boost as UEFA release extra Euro 2016 tickets

UEFA has released extra Euro 2016 tickets to Northern Ireland fans after a furore over the original allocation process. Some fans were left fuming on Tuesday morning after a loyalty scheme failed.