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David Unsworth has an impossible job says Everton legend Kevin Ratcliffe 

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The longer Everton go without a manager, the less power he has got... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:16 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Australian man ordered to take down giant waterslide he built in his back garden 

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An Australian man who erected a giant, multi-coloured water slide in his back garden has been ordered to take it down by the local council. Luke Newton, from Perth, built the slide with help from his friends. But he has been told to remove it within 14 days because of safety concerns. The 25-year-old said the 12m-long slide has "brought the local community together and spread happiness," adding the reaction from his neighbours has been "nothing but positive". He told The Telegraph: "The slide was given to me by my neighbour's mate who wanted it gone from the warehouse he purchased. The previous owners were an indoor kids' playground. Slide into my dm's @blokeadvice @ladbible #summer #slide #slideymcslideface A post shared by Luke Goose Newton (@gooseberrychill) on Nov 20, 2017 at 7:52pm PST... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:14 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Londoner's Diary: Bob Geldof says 'drop Aung San Suu Kyi's Nobel honour' 

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EARLIER this month Bob Geldof renounced his Freedom of the City of Dublin because the accolade was also held by Myanmar de facto Prime Minster, Aung San Suu Kyi, accused of allowing ethnic cleansing in her country. But it looks like his mission to bring her to justice is just getting started. Last night Geldof was at Grosvenor House to accept a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Irish Post. He couldn't resist addressing the issue of Aung San Suu Kyi, and called for the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to take back her honour. "I know this sounds pious," Geldof said. "But she should be taken off the Nobel Peace Prize list. She can keep the money and I think the same should happen in Dublin: Ireland or Dublin should have no truck with this murderess. I've heard the apologists say she's a victim of the generals. She's a Prime Minister -the job is to speak out. This is the biggest honour that we can give to a human, but their job is to take on a special onus of responsibility. She's failed in that: her job as a Nobel winner is to lead and to stand up and say, 'Enough of this and if you don't I'm out'. Corruption is power - people become consumed with power". Geldof also reiterated his feelings of betrayal after believing in Aung San Suu Kyi's benevolence. "Our city could not do enough for this woman," he said. "And it turned out she was... a handmaiden to ethnic cleansing." She told the BBC that "ethnic cleansing" is "too strong an expression for what is happening". --- One person who didn't join Geldof at the Irish Post awards was David Davis. The Brexit Secretary hasn't endeared himself to the Irish government after his office sent a far-too-informal email to former Prime Minister Enda Kenny. According to RTE's Tony Connelly, Davis's diary secretary asked for a meeting with "Kenny". They responded: "(a) the Taoiseach is not Davis's interlocutor and (b) you don't refer to the Prime Minister of a country by his surname." The crazy world of cartoon politics LAST night was the Political Cartoonist of the Year Awards in St John's Smith Square. The Times's Morten Morland triumphed for his chronicling of a crazy year. "Our craft is to make things ridiculous," said Morland, "and politics is doing that itself, which actually makes it harder. How do you out-ridicule Trump?" At the same time there was a lot of inspiration around. "Generally speaking it's a fantastic age," The Independent's Dave Brown said. "It's an uncomfortable truth that bad politics is good politics for cartooning. We're all going to hell in a handcart and we're having fun!" Always look on the bright side of life, we suppose. Quote of the Day: Laurent Binet is a Bade Sex in Fiction nominee (AFP/Getty Images) "Simon whispers to her with an authority that he has never felt before: 'Let's construct an assemblage.'" A line from The Seventh Function of Language by novelist Laurent Binet, nominated for the Literary Review's Bad Sex in Fiction Awards A fragrant trio make their presence felt MODELS Erin O'Connor, Jade Parfitt and Jasmine Guinness were an angelic trio last night attending a dinner thrown by fragrance house Atkinsons at the Burlington Arcade. They were joined by ballet dancer Eric Underwood, who is in between companies since leaving the Royal Ballet. Across town at Carousel in Marylebone there was an elephant in the room: singer Ella Eyre in a patchwork outfit reminiscent of children's book character Elmer. She joined Henry Holland to celebrate his collaboration with wine company Bird In Hand. Who said work and alcohol don't mix? Angelina Jolie dines out on bugs Angelina Jolie shares Bushtucker trial (FilmMagic) ANGELINA Jolie could give the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! contestants a run for their money. The Hollywood actor and director has revealed that she has tasted some exotic delicacies that could rival any bushtucker trial. Jolie, right, has been in Cambodia directing First They Killed My Father, the Netflix biographical drama about a child soldier during the Khmer regime in 1975, and says she embraced the local cuisine. "Tarantulas and snakes," she tells The Hollywood Reporter. "We killed some snakes and ate some. That's part of the culture." She also has a recommendation: "There's a really good bug restaurant." Is it on Yelp? The film has already proved controversial after a Vanity Fair article suggested described a casting improvisation which apparently caused a child to become emotional. It is, however, Cambodia's official submission for Academy Award consideration. Success at the Oscars could taste sweeter than a snake. --- AMERICAN-in-London Heather Kerzner celebrated Thanskgiving in style yesterday, throwing a dinner in her Kensington home and posting her celebrations on Instagram. James Henderson, the Bell Pottinger chief and Kerzner's partner, features in a group photo. There had been rumours of an estrangement after the couple postponed their nuptials in the aftermath of the PR agency's collapse. The fact they're still going strong is something to be thankful for. Tweet of the Day: Bex's face when she finds out that I voted for her 5 times on the app to do the eating trial 😂 Sorry babe just wanted everyone to see that you're fearless & you proved me right 👊🏼 pic.twitter.com/a831HsTLtQ - Jamie Vardy (@vardy7) November 23, 2017... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:12 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Ford GT with just 10 miles on the clock is up for sale 

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It is noisy, inefficient, awkward to drive and it has never been serviced... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:10 Categories: AOL Cars UK logo

Eight statements that women need to say more often 

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Including, 'You interrupted me' and 'Leave me alone'... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:06 Categories: ELLE (UK) logo

Red Bull boss Horner: 2018 Formula 1 engine rules 'barking mad' 

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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has called Formula 1's move to three engines for whole of the 2018 season "barking mad"... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:05 Categories: Autosport logo

New evidence of Kremlin Brexit meddling as May blasts 'hostile' Russia 

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Speaking ahead of an EU summit on former soviet nations, the Prime Minister said Moscow were trying to "tear our collective strength apart... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:16:03 Categories: Mirror logo

Melbourne is finally getting a rail link to the airport 

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Melbourne's expensive taxi rides from the CBD to Tullamarine could finally be over by 2030 with Victorian premier Daniel Andrews saying work on a rail link to the airport will be underway within a decade.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:49 Categories: Business Insider Australia logo

Media leak charges dropped against SA cop 

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Prosecutors have dropped charges against a South Australian police detective over allegedly leaking information about cases to the media.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:47 Categories: AAP logo

Queensland election: Minor party deal-breakers 

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Guns, crocs, gambling, and Adani: Just a few of the issues minor parties would demand action on in return for their support if Queensland is left with another hung parliament.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:44 Categories: ABC News logo

Pensioner's 30-metre move pushes car insurance bill up $600 

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When pensioner Ian McKinley moved 30 metres up the street and went to update his insurance details, he got the shock of his life.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:42 Categories: 9News.com.au logo

Ed Sheeran would 'love' Bollywood film role 

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Ed Sheeran is keen to star in a Bollywood film.&nbsp;... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:41 Categories: Cover Media logo

Soccer star gets 9 yrs for rape 

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An Italian court sentenced former Brazil and AC Milan forward Robinho in absentia to nine years in prison on Thursday after convicting him of taking part in a gang rape of an Albanian woman in 2013.&nbsp;... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:39 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Fitness blogger slammed for cancer comments 

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A Brisbane-based blogger has come under fire for a controversial Instagram post in which she wrote: "cancer is your body trying to save you".&nbsp;... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:38 Categories: The Independent logo

Theresa May urges EU to move onto 'next stage' of Brexit negotiations 

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She confirmed she will be meeting European Council president Donald Tusk in the margins of the gathering later on Friday... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:36 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

YouTube to toughen stance on videos of children amid predator concerns 

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There are estimated to be tens of thousands of predatory accounts leaving indecent comments on videos of children... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:35 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Les Miserables' One Day More voted the nation's favourite show tune 

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The song from the West End's longest-running musical, which opened in 1985, topped the list of beloved numbers... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:33 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

John McDonnell slams Tory 'abuse' of Jeremy Corbyn during Budget response 

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McDonnell said of his party leader: "He is one of the mildest people I know, one of the most gentle and kindest people I know"... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:32 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Robert Mugabe will not face prosecution after resigning, says ZANU-PF 

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Citizens circulated on social media a new photo showing what appeared to be Mr Mugabe at the end of his 37-year rule... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 14:01:30 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Cara Delevingne and Olivia Wilde send Ivanka Trump Thanksgiving message 

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The actresses posted message on Instagram... read more
 
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