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Laurent Blanc signs a new two-year deal at PSG

Laurent Blanc signs new two year contract at Paris Saint Germain

Paris St Germain coach Laurent Blanc has signed a two-year extension to his contract. The 50-year-old has overseen back-to-back Ligue 1 titles at PSG, with the club on course to win again.
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MARTIN SAMUEL: Louis van Gaal said we should study statistics so here is one - Manchester United have won only six trophies outside the Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Matt Busby eras

The league titles in 1907-08 and 1910-11 and the FA Cup in 1909, 1977, 1983 and 1985, are Manchester United’s only achievements without their two greatest managers. On with the DEBATE.
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'How I turned my backpacking trip into a business spanning Europe and attracted a£50m cash injection all by the age of 32' - the start-up story of GoEuro.com

Naren Shaam started transport comparison site GoEuro.com after backpacking around Europe. Now's he's helping others work out the cheapest way to get around.
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The suit that makes you feel 100 years old: MailOnline experiences what it's like to suffer stiff joints, fading sight and feel trapped in an elderly person's body

MailOnline has tested a complex suit of restraints, weights and goggles that replicate a number of age related mobility, hearing and sight problems experienced by the elderly.
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Has market turmoil wrecked your pension drawdown plan? Here's what to do

Taking an income from shrinking investments early on can do disproportionate and irrecoverable damage to your income drawdown plan. So what are your options?
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'Iron Boy' granted superhero wish

A young Australian boy with cystic fibrosis was given the chance to save Sydney from a super villain on Thursday.
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Rio Tinto reports slump in profits

Rio Tinto reports a slump in net profits and keeps its dividend flat, hit by the fall in commodity prices.
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Manchester United defender Luke Shaw and Liverpool striker Danny Ings expected to miss England meeting ahead of Euro 2016

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal gave Luke Shaw hope that he could play again this season, but the left back is not expected to attend the gathering of around 40 England players.
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Buy-to-let investors swerving April's stamp duty hike push up property prices as number of homes coming up for sale rises

A slight rise in the number of properties coming on the market across the UK, particularly in London, 'has done little to alleviate the demand supply imbalance', RICS adds.
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Hong Kong shares sink nearly 4%

Hong Kong shares join the regional downward trend, falling nearly 4%, as trading resumes after the Lunar New Year break.
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Kobe Bryant's Cleveland farewell muted by injury to Cavaliers forward Kevin Love

Kobe Bryant's final game in Cleveland was reduced to a sideshow when Cavaliers forward Kevin Love re-injured his surgically repaired left shoulder in the first half of a win over the LA Lakers.
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Dallas Buyers Club drops piracy case

The Hollywood studio behind the US film Dallas Buyers Club is no longer pursuing its piracy case against Australians accused of illegally downloading the movie.
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England boss Eddie Jones tells Mako Vunipola to 'play like a Tongan'  

The New Zealand-born England international impressed when replacing Joe Marler at prop on Saturday, alongside brother Billy storming to the man-of-the-match award at Murrayfield.
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Police 'should be neutral' in sex cases

Police should change their approach to sex abuse allegations and pursue claims with an "open mind" rather than presuming they are true.
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Why bother saving into a pension? Here's the advice I gave to my own sister

How do you get people to start saving into their pension early? This is a question that vexes policymakers - and me this week when my sister asked about her new job's pension.
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Oregon occupiers 'ready to surrender'

The armed occupiers of a US wildlife reserve in the state of Oregon are preparing to surrender, a member of the group says on a live internet feed.
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False Positives exhibition's surveillance photos show crime before it happens

A new series of images by Dutch photographer Esther Hovers attempts to assess the effectiveness of intelligent video cameras, which have been installed in Boston, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
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Can Princess Anne save the hovercraft named after her?

Last month, ownership of the Princess Anne and her sister hovercraft - based at Lee-on-Solent - was past to the Homes and Communities Agency. They now want to get rid of it.
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Manchester City transfer would be difficult to turn down, admits Granit Xhaka

Switzerland's Granit Xhaka revealed he would be open to a move away from Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach but wouldn’t follow a recent trend of big-money transfers to China.
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Low rates lead to ‘lost decade’ for savers: Slowing global economy and turmoil on financial markets could see rates remain at same level for another four years

The slowdown in the global economy and turmoil on financial markets means the Bank of England may not raise rates until 2020, according to a report.
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Margaret Thatcher's would have backed UK to leave Europe, letter proves

Tory MP Sir Bill Cash, who she gave the note to, said it was 'inconceivable' that Margaret Thatcher (right) would have backed David Cameron's (right) renegotiation and voted to stay in
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Lauren, Connor and Mirran Duffy become first triplets to serve in the Army together

Born just a minute apart, Lauren, Connor and Mirran Duffy (pictured) have spent their entire lives together, through school and even the Farnborough Military Preparation College.
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BBC’s How to Die: Simon's Choice shows the moment a father took his life

Gripping his wife’s hand tightly with a smile across his face, this is the heart-breaking moment 57-year-old Simon Binner took his own life at an assisted suicide clinic in Basel, Switzerland.
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Labour's troubles with the bomb

How Clement Attlee's decision in the 1940s to arm Britain with nuclear weapons looms over the party's debate on renewing Trident.
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Persecution of NHS whistleblowers is another 'triumph' for Lord Leveson 

Sir Robert Francis' long-awaited report about the abominable treatment of whistleblowers in the NHS, a year ago today, did not herald a new dawn in which medical staff could report failings.
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Why does treatment for pets cost so much?

Why does treatment for pets cost so much?
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Killers could avoid whole life terms by pleading guilty, Sentencing Council suggests

The proposal by the Sentencing Council for England and Wales allows the possibility of eventual freedom to even the most evil murderers if they admit their guilt at the earliest opportunity.
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Jose Mourinho casting shadow of fear over Manchester United as players and staff worry about negative impact of his arrival 

EXCLUSIVE - CHRIS WHEELER: Manchester United's players and staff are worried about the negative impact Jose Mourinho would have on the club if he succeeds Louis van Gaal.
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Train crew shortages causing delays

Train crew shortages have caused almost one in 10 rail delays over the past few years, the BBC learns.
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We'll no longer know if MPs are arrested under new controversial rules

Politicians used human rights laws to argue that a member who is arrested should have anonymity until they are charged. Under current rules, the House of Commons must be notified.
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Former Auschwitz guard faces trial

A 94-year former Nazi SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp in Poland is to go on trial in Germany over the murder of at least 170,000 people.
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Noel Edmonds says he's being stalked online after 'threatening' emails

Noel Edmonds revealed his ordeal for the first time in a series of tweets to One Show presenter Alex Jones, who saw an obsessed fan handed a restraining order this week.
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David Attenborough leads tributes to the Daily Mail's Michael Hanlon after his death

Sir David said Michael Hanlon (pictured), whose dream was to create the world's most spectacular prehistoric attraction in Britain 'was a great visionary with a wonderful idea'
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NHS whistleblowers struggling to find work after exposing failures

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt (pictured) is accused of failing to act on a landmark report into whistleblowing as hospital staff say they are made to feel as if they are living behind an iron curtain
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Amy Childs and Stephanie Davis' ex-boyfriend Sam Reece deny they were seen kissing

Following reports of their steamy clinch in a nightclub, a representative for both the 23-year-old model and the former TOWIE star, 25, denied the news - explaining the pair 'are just friends'.
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David Cameron's goodie goodies sat in a row in Parliament, QUENTIN LETTS writes

Leaving the Chamber after PMQs, David Cameron exchanged merry words with three of his young Cabinet adherents, writes QUENTIN LETTS.
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David Bowie's son Duncan Jones announces he's to become a father

The 44-year-old made the announcement on Twitter on Wednesday, making reference to the anniversary of the music legend's passing in the post.
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Colonialism inspired ISIS extremists, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says

Justin Welby said we must face up to our 'responsibilities' in the Middle East, pointing to the British Empire and American culture as causing 'humiliation' among Muslims.
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Labour MP sorry for Tunbridge map slip

Labour's local government spokesman acknowledges he "made a slip" when he suggested Tunbridge Wells was in Surrey rather than Kent.
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Can this replace black pepper?

Foodies are turning to this new type of pepper
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Liv Tyler shares details of David Gardner's surprise proposal

Liv, 38, has broken her silence on her partner's surprise proposal and the birth of her second son - Sailor - in a new interview with Evening Standard magazine.
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BBC boss Lord Tony Hall is accountable to no one, MPs warn

In a damning verdict, Westminster's culture, media and sport select committee accused BBC boss Lord Tony Hall of burying his head in the sand over 'completely unacceptable' problems.
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Jared Payne is under pressure to step up his game... the jury is still out on Ulster ace as long-term successor to Brian O'Driscoll 

Jared Payne knew he was always on a hiding to nothing replacing the legendary Brian O’Driscoll. ‘The comparisons are always going to be there,' he admitted.
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Aleppo fighting 'displaces 50,000'

Fighting in Syria's Aleppo province has displaced about 50,000 people and the humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, the Red Cross says.
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Radio 4's smartphone debut

Making Radio 4's smartphone show debut
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IEA report calls for Network Rail to be privatised to minimise delays and improve services 

Supporting the rail industry cost the taxpayer almost £5billion in 2014/15, according to the Right-leaning Institute of Economic Affairs, which called for Network Rail to be privatised.
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Why men always buy the cheaper chocolates for Valentine's day (but they really ARE thinking of you) 

If you get cheap chocolates this Valentine's day, don't despair - it could mean your partner really does feel close to you.
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How Putin is succeeding in Syria

Russia is succeeding in Syria where the West has failed, by setting an achievable goal and committing enough force to reach it, as Jonathan Marcus reports.
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How IS's Libya foothold threatens UK

The Met Police is increasingly concerned that so-called Islamic Stateâ??s foothold in Libya could become a springboard for terrorist attacks on the UK, as Frank Gardner reports.
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Ellie Goulding flashes her cleavage at Sanremo Italian Song Festival

She is hardly the shy and retiring type. So fans of Ellie Gouldig were surely not surprised when she put on another daring display at a live show in Sanremo on Wednesday night.
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Ties warm between Pope and patriarch

Issues of mutual concern are propelling the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox Churches towards dialogue, as Caroline Wyatt reports.
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BBC's Tony Hall 'accountable to no-one'

The BBC's director general Tony Hall is "effectively accountable to no-one", says a new report by a group of MPs.
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In pictures: Mumbai cabbies

Inside the black and yellow taxis of Mumbai
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Where did it all go wrong for Islam Feruz? Former Scottish wonderkid vanishes again from his latest club

BRIAN MARJORIBANKS: The impression of Islam Feruz as a little boy lost grows by the week, after gradually disappearing from sight these past few months during a dismal loan spell at Hibs.
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TOWIE's Jessica Wright looking untypically ladylike in chic marble-print dress

Jessica, 30, was undeniably a vision of style as she confidently worked her statement look on arrival to The Haymarket Hotel for a KISS Beauty showcase in London on Wednesday,
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Universities to target poor white boys

More students from white working class backgrounds are to be targeted in a university recruitment drive
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Iranians speak out over sexual harassment scandal

Iran debates sexual harassment after newsreader puts recording online
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Secondary schools face teaching crisis: Classrooms can't keep up with the immigrant baby boom

A report by the Government's spending watchdog found that while the number of teachers in Britain has increased over the past ten years, pupil numbers are growing at a higher rate.
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AUDIO: Has Sesame Street been gentrified?

Sesame Street's Elmo explains why his neighbourhood seems to have gone upmarket.
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China's curious cult of the mango

The Cultural Revolution and the cult of the mango
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Grabs - A behind-the-scenes look at the Premier League Darts

Behind the scenes at Premier League Darts: Adrian Lewis talks about why his nickname is 'Jackpot' after winning $72,000 in Las Vegas (but he wasn't old enough to claim it!)

EXCLUSIVE: Adrian Lewis chose the nickname 'Jackpot' after the darts star won $72,000 (£50,000) on a slot machine in Las Vegas ? but was not old enough to collect his winnings.
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John Beattie maintains that Scotland's lowly aim of a fourth-placed RBS 6 Nations finish should be seen as success

John Beattie believes expectation levels are too high in Scottish rugby and that winning two Six Nations games a year should be classed as success.
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN on David Cameron and the EU referendum

David Cameron's contemptuous instruction to his MPs to ignore their constituents' views on Europe in the coming referendum has backfired spectacularly, writes RICHARD LITTLEJOHN
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Goal difference

Why are the UK's hopes for Europe not the same as other countries', asks Allan Little
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A very modern Shortlist: Novels about gender identity, sexuality and abuse among nominees for top children's book prize 

Two novels shortlisted for this year’s Waterstones Children’s Book of the Year follow teenage boys as they struggle to come to terms with who they really are.
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Gary Neville says Valencia deserved to win against Barcelona, but were always looking ahead to facing Espanyol on Saturday 

Gary Neville insisted his team's focus has always been on Saturday's La Liga clash with Espanyol after his side were held to a 1-1 draw at Mestalla by Barcelona.
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Ireland expected to name Sean O'Brien in the starting line-up for RBS 6 Nations clash against France

Sean O'Brien is expected to be named in the Ireland back row today to face France, provided he comes through this morning’s Carton House training session unscathed.
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Peterborough United's Martin Samuelsen and West Bromwich Albion's Craig Gardner (left) battle for the ball

Martin Samuelsen puts in man of the match performance for Peterborough in FA Cup fourth-round defeat by West Brom... so who is the 18-year-old loanee from West Ham? 

Martin Samuelsen was the 18-year-old attacking midfielder who ran the show during the FA Cup fourth-round replay against Barclays Premier League opposition.
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How confusing special offers and buy one get one free deals are leading shoppers to spend an extra £1,200 a year 

Watching Money Advice Service quizzed consumers about the best deals on a range of products - and only one in 50 was able to consistently choose the cheapest option.
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Using ten fingers DOESN'T mean you're a faster typist, Aalto University researchers say

Aalto University observed trained typist and self-taught individuals to know if 10 fingers are needed to be a master typist. They found those who were self-taught only used 6 fingers but were just as fast.
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University of Illinois researchers reveal the four types of relationship

A University of Illinois researcher has identified four distinct approaches that dating couples use to develop deeper commitment. Each group has a pattern that can help bring couples closer.
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Colin Kazim-Richards: After a police escort in Istanbul, Glasgow holds no fear for me

Pressure is always relative. And for Colin Kazim-Richards, the scrutiny being applied to Celtic right now is unlikely to cause any sleepless nights.
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Rape inquiry shift - but no 'sorry'

The way police deal with alleged sex offences comes under the microscope, while the UK's relationship with Europe continues to make headlines.
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Dozens of vice chancellors' pay packets soar by 10% in past year

Some 23 vice chancellors at universities across Britain saw increases of 10 per cent or more to their already six-figure salaries, despite complaints of funding pressures in higher education.
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Maragaret Thatcher returns to haunt her errant aide

Very few who knew Margaret Thatcher believed her former foreign policy adviser when he suggested she would have voted to stay in the EU under the terms sought by David Cameron
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Jessie Wallace splits from Tim Arnold after he grows tired of celebrity lifestyle

The former EastEnders' star, 44, and the 40-year-old musician have been dating since since 2012, however, he is reported to have confirmed their split on Wednesday evening.
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David Bowie's son to become a father

David Bowie's son Duncan Jones announces he is to become a father for the first time - revealing the news one month after the singer's death.
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Matt Scott says 'hard luck' stories must end for Scotland in Wales 

If familiarity breeds contempt then it's easy to guess just how much Matt Scott loathes the bitter taste of Six Nations defeat.
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David Cameron hires Waitrose's Mark Price as trade minister

Mark Price, who calls himself the 'Chubby Grocer' will replace Lord Maude as trade minister. He follows other business leaders, including HSBC chairman Lord Green and BT chief Lord Livingston.
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Barcelona set new unbeaten record after rescuing a draw against Valencia 

Wilfrid Kaptoum's late equaliser not only denied Gary Neville's Valencia a morale-boosting win, it also extended Barcelona's unbeaten record to 29 games.
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VIDEO: Battle of Hong Kong's street food hawkers

The BBC talks to vendors in Mong Kok after clashes following an operation to clear unlicensed street food stalls.
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Wales lock Bradley Davies wary of Scotland backlash after being left 'smarting' following defeat in RBS 6 Nations opener

Bradley Davies expects Wales to encounter a Scotland side "smarting" from their Murrayfield loss against England when the RBS 6 Nations resumes on Saturday.
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Donald Tusk says talks over David Cameron's EU deal are 'very fragile'

The warning from the EU President has spread fears that Britain's deal is in jeopardy. Tusk cancelled all other commitments today to hold meetings with EU leaders over Britain's renegotiation.
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Manchester City keeper Joe Hart admits he will be 'sad' to see Manuel Pellegrini leave club as Pep Guardiola waits in the wings 

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has praised the way Manuel Pellegrini handled himself when the news broke Pep Guardiola would be taking charge at the end of the season.
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Up to 100 Tories ready to campaign for UK to leave the EU

Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 committee of backbench Tory MPs, said reforms being sought by David Cameron (pictured) 'don't come anywhere near' to what is needed
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When Burton and Taylor starred in a student play

When Burton and Taylor starred in a student play
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Earth's water shown condensed into a sphere over the US

The US Geological Survey map shows what it looks like if all the water one the planet is formed into a sphere over the US. All of the water on Earth would create a 860 mile wide sphere.
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Treated as a criminal for trying to protect the public: Special constable who attempted to stop thug bikers terrorising a street by using his patrol car as a barrier is hauled to court 

One of the unlicensed and uninsured riders crashed into the patrol car that special constable Andrew Blades of Bacup, Lancashire, had parked across the road to stop yobs from racing down it
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New guidelines to drink less alcohol will 'make no difference' says Theresa Marteau

Cambridge University academic Professor Theresa Marteau, a member of the Alcohol Guidelines Development Group, said the advice is ‘unlikely to have a direct impact on drinking’.
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English votes system 'unstable' say MPs

The system of 'English Votes for English Laws' is too complicated and may not last long due its lack of support, a committee of MPs warns.
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University bosses' pay 'inflation-busting'

Vice-chancellors at UK universities receive average salary packages of £272,000 a year, the University and College Union says.
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VIDEO: Dressing according to Royal fashion rules

A new exhibition looks at how the women of the Royal Family dress in keeping with their royal duties and with current fashion.
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Romania scrum-half Florin Surugiu marries his fiancee after proposing to her on the Wembley pitch during the Rugby World Cup

Romania scrum-half Florin Surugiu has married his partner Alexandria. He proposed to her on the Wembley pitch after his side were beaten 44-10 by Ireland in the Rugby World Cup on September 27.
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VIDEO: The dance teacher with Down's Syndrome

Hannah is one of the few dance teachers in the UK with a learning disability
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Shoppers 'fail to spot cheapest deals'

Most grocery shoppers are unable to identify the cheapest deals when faced with a blizzard of "special offers" in stores, financial experts say.
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ISIS video shows British boy dubbed 'Jihadi Junior' blowing up four alleged spies

Isa Dare, the son of Muslim convert Grace 'Khadija' Dare from south east London, is filmed pushing the button that blows up four alleged spies sitting in a white car in Raqqa, Syria
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Here?s some incentive to cover your mouth the next time you sneeze: New high-speed videos captured by MIT researchers show that as a person sneezes, they launch a sheet of fluid that balloons, then breaks apart in long filaments that destabilize, and finally disperses as a spray of droplets, similar to paint that is flung through the air.
Using two high-speed cameras, the researchers recorded more than 100 sneezes from healthy human subjects and captured the fraction of a second during which fluid is expelled from the mouth and flung through the air. Almost every sneeze produced the same paint-like pattern of fluid fragmentation, with slight variations: The more elastic the fluid, or saliva, the longer the fluid traveled before breaking into droplets.
This complex pattern of fluid breakup runs counter to what most people expect, which is that a sneeze produces a simple and uniform spray of droplets.

Slo-mo sneezes reveal how disease is spread through a 'complex fluid cascade'

Researchers at MIT have captured sneezes in slow motion in a bid to find how colds an influenza spread.
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Buy-to-let surge 'raising house prices'

Surveyors are witnessing a surge of demand from buy-to-let investors which they expect to push up house prices.
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VIDEO: An experiment in monastic life

A group of 36 young people are taking part in an ecclesiastical experiment since September 2015 they have been living together as part of a quasi-monastic community.