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Everton youngster Brendan Galloway opens up about tough spell at West Brom 

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The Blues defender struggled to play at the Hawthorns and found style of play difficult... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:11 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent gives update on striker's Manchester United future 

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Man Utd's 28-goal Swedish hitman is recovering from knee surgery and awaits a discussion on his Reds future.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:08 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Yaya Toure's Man City contract uncertainty set to be resolved 

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Yaya Toure is the last of six senior players out of contract this summer who... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:06 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

British Airways: Passengers 'charged hundreds for hotels' after computer crash cancels flights from Heathrow and Gatwick 

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Furious holidaymakers have told of being left stranded in London after a British Airways computer crash caused chaos at airports and grounded flights worldwide. Travellers have reported being charged extortionate sums to stay at nearby hotels, while many passengers took to sleeping on the floor at Heathrow Airport following the crash on Saturday. British Airways cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick following the systems failure, which was believed to have been caused by a power supply issue. But despite the airline promising a "near-normal service" at the airports this morning, numerous holidaymakers are still being delayed. Video not available for syndication BA aiming to resume most flights after IT crash chaos Pictures have emerged on social media of queues outside hotels, with numerous people also saying their bags had been lost in the chaos. Neal Clements, 65, travelled from Birmingham with his family for week-long holiday to Jordan. @British_Airways No info from you. Spent a fortune on a hotel. Still unable to change my flight to leave Heathrow today. Abysmal c service. - PoleinBelfast/London (@poleinbelfast) May 28, 2017... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:05 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Elaine McIver: Off-duty police officer killed in Manchester bombing 'was glue that held family together' 

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An off-duty police officer killed in the Manchester suicide blast was "the glue that held us all together", her family said. Elaine McIver, 43, was standing in the foyer of Manchester Arena with partner Paul when she was caught up in the terror attack. They had been waiting to collect his 13-year-old daughter and her friend at the time. Her partner was seriously injured. On Sunday, Ms McIver's grief-stricken relatives fondly remembered her vivacious nature and sense of humour, saying: "She would have wanted us all to continue to laugh, despite the tears in our eyes and pain in our hearts." "Glue": Elaine McIver (left) with her mother and father at a family wedding (PA) They released a trove of family photos showing the detective constable beaming alongside loved ones and from her passing out ceremony with Cheshire Police. In a statement released through Greater Manchester Police, they said: "She had a huge heart, was thoughtful beyond belief and would do anything for anyone." Her death came at the start of what should of been a fresh chapter in her life. Elaine McIver: She worked for Cheshire Police (PA) Ms McIver had been due to move to a new home with "the love her life" in Widnes, Cheshire, with her current property up for sale. On the night of the attack, the music-loving couple, who regularly attended concerts at the Manchester Arena, had dropped the schoolgirls at the venue, before spending the evening in the city. Terror victim: Elaine McIver (right) with her mother and father on a family holiday in the Lake District (PA) As they waited to collect the pair later on, the explosion tore through the building, leaving the youngsters, who were still inside, alone and terrified. According to Ms McIver's family, the children were "kindly" driven home by a taxi driver, having been unable to locate the adults. In their long statement, the relatives painted a picture of a compassionate woman, capable of talking to anyone and not afraid to hide her views. Three weeks before her death, she had a final outing with her parents, when she drove them to Harrogate, north Yorkshire, having arranged a surprise trip to a Leo Sayer concert. "Elaine was one of a kind and had an impact on so many lives," the statement continued. Video not available for syndication Bomber SalmanAbedi pictured moments before Manchester Arena massacre "She was a friend to so many and an amazing daughter, sister and aunt. "Her love for all was immense and she was like the glue that held us all together. "Our lives have been enriched by the time that we have had with her, but they will never now be the same again. "We try to take comfort from how fortunate we have been to have had her in our lives, rather than think how much of a void there will be now that she has gone." Tributes poured in for the serving officer in the wake of Monday's atrocity, including from her chief constable Simon Byrne and Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Ms McIver worked in the regional organised crime unit for Cheshire Police. Ms Rudd previously said: "Elaine was off-duty at the time of this brutal, cowardly attack, going about her normal daily life. "My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and to everyone who has been affected by this horrendous act." Additional reporting by the Press Association.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:03 Categories: Evening Standard logo

A unique comedy duo from Cork completely wowed the audience on Britain's Got Talent 

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People already want them to win the whole thing.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:01 Categories: Journal.ie logo

Fans at odds with judges' choices for Britain's Got Talent semi-finals 

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The public get to use their vote next week.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:29:00 Categories: Press Association logo

Trump travel ban on shaky ground 

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President Trump's travel ban faces an uncertain future. Trump's second attempt at a travel ban was supposed to avoid the legal challenges faced by his first travel ban.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:28:58 Categories: The Hill logo

Trump On Message Abroad ... But Now He's Home 

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Political watchers are holding their breath to see if the discipline Trump displayed during his overseas trip made it back to the U.S.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 16:28:56 Categories: NBC News logo

British Airways resumes flights from London 

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<p>British Airways resumed some flights from Britain's two biggest airports on Sunday after a global computer system failure sowed chaos, grounding planes and leaving thousands of passengers queuing for hours.</p>... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:27 Categories: Reuters logo

Aston Villa beaten by Leicester City in Hong Kong Sevens final 

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The claret and blues were out-classed by the Foxes' next generation... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:26 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Police investigating Birkenhead snooker hall fire 

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50 firefighters attend blaze at former snooker hall and cinema... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:24 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Everton transfer rumours - Ross Barkley to West Ham? Blues fight Tottenham over Harry Maguire 

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A round-up of the latest gossip and speculation from around the web... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:23 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Diane Abbott: My views on the IRA have changed since the 1980s, just like my 'splendid afro' 

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Diane Abbott insisted her time as a trainee civil servant would prepare her for becoming home secretary and that her views on the IRA had changed - just like her "splendid afro". The shadow home secretary distanced herself from claims she supported the IRA in the 1980s by saying, "I don't have the same hairstyle, I don't have the same views". She made the comments during a bizarre interview on the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, during which she was grilled on her stance on security following the Manchester bombing. Labour has pledged to recruit 1,000 more staff at security and intelligence agencies MI5, MI6 and GCHQ since the attack on Monday. Ms Abbott was challenged on her views after it emerged she had signed a parliamentary motion calling for an end to "conspiratorial groups" in 1989. Under fire: Jeremy Corbyn sai (PA) She said: "At that time, I and a lot of people felt MI5 needed reforming. It has since been reformed and of course I would not call for its abolition now." Pressed on the issue, she said: "That MI5 has gone. It's been reformed, it's a different MI5 and that's why so many of us are able to support it now." She defended voting against "counter-productive" counter terror legislation, which was also opposed by many senior Conservatives. Asked about her views on the IRA in the 1980s, she said: "It was 34 years ago, I had a rather splendid afro at the time. I don't have the same hairstyle, I don't have the same views. "It was 34 years on. The hairstyle is gone, some of the views are gone." Ms Abbott insisted that she had worked as a graduate trainee in the Home Office so she was qualified to take on the role, which would make her the first black person to hold one of the most senior ministerial positions. She said: "First of all, I think there's something to be said for a home secretary who has actually worked in the Home Office. "I worked in the Home Office for nearly three years as a graduate trainee and I know how it works from the inside." Ms Abbott, who has represented Hackney North for 30 years, said her experience working in diverse communities would help her in the role. Read more Theresa May attacks Diane Abbott over police policy gaffe Home Secretary Amber Rudd shot back at Ms Abbott's comments, telling the Andrew Marr Show: "What I would say to Diane Abbott is I have changed my hairstyle a few times in 34 years as well, but I have not changed my view about how we keep the British public safe." Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, asked if Ms Abbott's hairstyle comments trivialised the IRA, told ITV's Peston On Sunday: "Diane's hairstyle is a matter for Diane." Pressed on the issue, Mr Corbyn said: "We learnt, all of us, a lot from the whole experience of Northern Ireland. "Remember what it was like... in the late 70s and early 80s, the military presence all over Northern Ireland, the huge divide between communities, the lack of any communication between communities, the idea that there'd be a military solution when we knew there wouldn't be. "I remember arguing with many people in parliament and when Ian Paisley was thrown out of parliament for accusing the prime minister of talking to the republicans, which she denied she was and it turned out she probably was, I actually defended him on being thrown out of parliament."... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:21 Categories: Evening Standard logo

North Korea tests new weapon that will 'spoil enemy's dream' 

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North Korea has tested a new anti-aircraft weapon system that Kim Jong Un says will "completely spoil the enemy's dream to command the air".... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:20 Categories: Sky News logo

14 hacks for your summer beauty problems 

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Laters, boob sweat.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:18 Categories: Cosmopolitan logo

Mark Wright might spend 18 months away from wife Michelle Keegan 

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The former TOWIE star opened up about his new secret TV role on Sunday Brunch... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:17 Categories: Mirror logo

UK: Manchester attack investigation still at 'full tilt' 

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Britain's interior minister says the hunt is still on for suspects in the Manchester bombing, and members of attacker Salman Abedi's network may still be at large.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:58:15 Categories: Associated Press logo

Reds star Eto Nabuli escapes sanction 

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SANZAAR'S foul play review committee has decided not to impose more sanctions on Reds winger Eto Nabuli&nbsp;after he received three yellow cards in Super Rugby.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:42:47 Categories: AAP logo

Watch: M5 driver cuts up then BRAKE TESTS car towing caravan 

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Motorist even has the cheek to throw up both hands in annoyance... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 15:42:46 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo
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