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Everything you need to know about Aston Villa target Alex Woodyard 

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The midfielder has been linked with a move to the Championship and Villa are said to be one of the teams interested... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:58:04 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Sea of tributes left outside chipshop run by family of 'beautiful' Saffie Rose 

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Leyland eight-year-old was youngest victim of Manchester terror blast... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:58:03 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Ronald Koeman attends Monaco GP as Everton stars enjoy their holidays 

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Blues boss Koeman was in Monte Carlo to watch Sebastian Vettel clinch victory... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:58:01 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Warrington North constituency candidates for General Election 2017 

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Here are the people hoping to be the area's next MP... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:59 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Hundreds of people queue for Manchester bee tattoos in Chorlton 

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People have been waiting in line at Sacred Art since 4am today to support victims of the Manchester bombing... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:58 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Tories deny Theresa May's inner circle at war over 'dementia tax' policy 

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Reports of a bust-up within Theresa May's inner circle over the "dementia tax" policy have been dismissed as "tittle tattle" by senior ministers. The Prime Minister has seen Tory poll ratings suffer following the social care reforms laid out in the manifesto, swiftly dubbed a "dementia tax" by critics, and the subsequent U-turn over the imposition of a cap. The Sunday Times reported the Conservative campaign would be relaunched this week after being pushed off course by the manifesto U-turn and the pause in electioneering following the Manchester Arena bombing. And it claimed Mrs May's joint chiefs of staff Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy were at loggerheads over the original social care plan, which would have seen people facing uncapped costs until they were down to their last £100,000 of assets, including the value of their home. Read more Peston bangs head on desk in frustration after Fallon interview Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon dismissed reports the Tories were in disarray over the controversial social care plans as "Westminster tittle tattle". He told ITV's Peston On Sunday: "No, this is Theresa May leading our party. "We've put into the policy now some additional reassurance because of the scaremongering of Labour after the manifesto was published, further reassurance that people will not lose their home, they will not lose all of their savings. "But yes, some people will be asked to make a contribution to raising the quality of social care." Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "The Prime Minister has said yes, there will be a cap but we are not sure where the cap will be. "What we are saying is we will have a green paper to make sure that we set it at the right level and we consider all the other alternatives." The Sunday Times reported Ms Hill and Tory campaign strategist Sir Lynton Crosby, opposed the manifesto plan on care, which was overseen by Mr Timothy. In a sign the Conservatives are seeking to move on from the social care row, the party highlighted plans for new measures to tackle extremism. A new Commission for Countering Extremism will have a remit to clamp down on "unacceptable cultural norms" such as female genital mutilation. It will also act to ensure women's rights are upheld in all of Britain's ethnic and religious communities, Mrs May has said. Experts have suggested Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi's decision to target a pop concert attended by teenage girls may have been driven in part by radical Islamists' opposition to the freedoms enjoyed by women in Western societies. The Prime Minister made clear the commission will be expected to stand up for women's rights as extremism often goes hand in hand with poor treatment of women and girls.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:56 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Tories deny Theresa May's inner circle at war over 'dementia tax' policy 

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Reports of a bust-up within Theresa May's inner circle over the "dementia tax" policy have been dismissed as "tittle tattle" by senior ministers. The Prime Minister has seen Tory poll ratings suffer following the social care reforms laid out in the manifesto, swiftly dubbed a "dementia tax" by critics, and the subsequent U-turn over the imposition of a cap. The Sunday Times reported the Conservative campaign would be relaunched this week after being pushed off course by the manifesto U-turn and the pause in electioneering following the Manchester Arena bombing. And it claimed Mrs May's joint chiefs of staff Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy were at loggerheads over the original social care plan, which would have seen people facing uncapped costs until they were down to their last £100,000 of assets, including the value of their home. Read more Peston bangs head on desk in frustration after Fallon interview Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon dismissed reports the Tories were in disarray over the controversial social care plans as "Westminster tittle tattle". He told ITV's Peston On Sunday: "No, this is Theresa May leading our party. "We've put into the policy now some additional reassurance because of the scaremongering of Labour after the manifesto was published, further reassurance that people will not lose their home, they will not lose all of their savings. "But yes, some people will be asked to make a contribution to raising the quality of social care." Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "The Prime Minister has said yes, there will be a cap but we are not sure where the cap will be. "What we are saying is we will have a green paper to make sure that we set it at the right level and we consider all the other alternatives." The Sunday Times reported Ms Hill and Tory campaign strategist Sir Lynton Crosby, opposed the manifesto plan on care, which was overseen by Mr Timothy. In a sign the Conservatives are seeking to move on from the social care row, the party highlighted plans for new measures to tackle extremism. A new Commission for Countering Extremism will have a remit to clamp down on "unacceptable cultural norms" such as female genital mutilation. It will also act to ensure women's rights are upheld in all of Britain's ethnic and religious communities, Mrs May has said. Experts have suggested Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi's decision to target a pop concert attended by teenage girls may have been driven in part by radical Islamists' opposition to the freedoms enjoyed by women in Western societies. The Prime Minister made clear the commission will be expected to stand up for women's rights as extremism often goes hand in hand with poor treatment of women and girls.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:55 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Manchester bombing: Arrest as armed police swoop on another Moss Side property over terror attack 

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Another armed raid is underway in Moss Side following the Manchester terror attack. The property is being searched as Greater Manchester Police attempt to close in on a suspected terror network linked to bomber Salman Abedi. Locals described hearing an explosion as police closed off surrounding roads in the residential area. And others told of the large presence of armed officers and police dogs near Selworthy Road on Sunday afternoon. Neighbours say they heard a loud bang. Seems a door has been blown off. Residents not being allowed in to the street. pic.twitter.com/lVfRHRMUoK - Sean Seddon (@seddonnews) May 28, 2017... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:53 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Deputy sheriff among eight dead in US shooting 

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Eight people have been killed, including a deputy sheriff, in a shooting in Mississippi, police say.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:51 Categories: Sky News logo

The airline baggage rule many women don't know about 

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We've all witnessed it, and many of us have done it.&nbsp;... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:50 Categories: Mamamia logo

Hottest chilli pepper in the world accidently created by Welsh farmer 

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The Dragon's Breath chili is 1.5 times hotter than the Carolina Reaper.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:48 Categories: Mental Floss logo

Rise of electric vehicles casts shadow over British foundry 

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Chamberlin, the Midlands engineer and iron castings company, talks about "difficult things, done well". It makes components for cars, mine turbines, crash bars for emergency exits and specialist lighting for danger spots... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:47 Categories: The Financial Times logo

Ex-Googler builds a LinkedIn killer 

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Peter Johnston got the idea for his startup after struggling to manage all the freelancers coming through Google's London office.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:57:45 Categories: CNBC logo

Sebastian Vettel wins Monaco F1 GP 

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Lewis Hamilton is now 25 points behind in the F1 world title race, after finishing seventh from 13th on the grid, while Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix for Ferrari... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:49 Categories: The Guardian logo

Mississippi shooting leaves eight dead 

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Shots were fired in three separate locations, and a deputy sheriff is among those killed.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:48 Categories: BBC News logo

Birmingham City boss Harry Redknapp scouts Aberdeen ace during Scottish Cup final 

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Redknapp kept a close eye on one winger in particular... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:46 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Liverpool Rock 'n' Roll Marathon: Spot yourself in our marathon pictures 

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Thousands took part but did our camera catch you or someone you know?... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:45 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Neymar, Griezmann, van Dijk and Mbappe - just what are Liverpool's rivals up to this summer? 

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Reds aren't the only leading Premier League club looking to splash the cash this transfer window... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:43 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Can Pep Guardiola win Man City the Premier League without changing his style? Vincent Kompany speaks 

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Manchester City skipper feels that the Blues' strong finish to the season was an indication that the team is getting it right... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:42 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Eight people killed, including sheriff's deputy, in Mississippi shooting 

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A suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a shooting, including a sheriff's deputy in Mississippi, American officials have said. Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said the shootings occurred at three separate homes on Saturday night in rural Lincoln County. Two of the homes are in Brookhaven and one is in Bogue Chitto. The area is about 68 miles south of Jackson, the capital. Mr Strain said investigators were gathering evidence at all three locations. Mr Strain said charges have not yet been filed against the suspect and that it would be "premature" to discuss a motive. It was not clear whether the suspect knew his victims before allegedly killing them.... read more
 
28. toukokuuta 2017 19:28:40 Categories: Evening Standard logo
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