Arsenal flop Yaya Sanogo seals move to Huddersfield until the end of the season

Arsenal flop Yaya Sanogo seals move to Huddersfield until the end of the season after the Frenchman was released by Toulouse last year Yaya Sanogo was left Toulouse last summer, three years after leaving Arsenal The striker was released after scoring only four goals all season for the club Arsenal supporters see the Frenchman as […]

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Drug used to treat lice and scabies drug could cut Covid deaths by up to 75%, research suggests 

Drug used to treat lice and scabies drug could cut Covid deaths by up to 75%, research suggests New study suggests ivermectin cuts Covid infections by around 75 per cent More than 30 trials globally found the drug caused improvements in treatment The study is set to be published in the US journal Frontiers of Pharmacology […]

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Neil Lennon’s Celtic exit was four months late after season of trouble and turmoil

A parting of the ways between Neil Lennon and Celtic was the right decision reached four months too late. Lennon’s departure from Parkhead was inevitable and unavoidable. A season when so much was expected has become one of unmitigated disaster. Laying the blame for the demise at the door of one man releases the likes […]

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Children are NOT legally required to wear face masks in schools, officials admit 

Children are not legally required to wear face masks in schools and should not be sent home if they refuse to wear one, government officials said last night. This week Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that secondary school pupils will have to wear masks if they cannot maintain social distancing in No10’s ultra-cautious ‘roadmap’ out […]

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Manchester City ‘can only stop themselves’ from winning the Champions League insist BT Sport pundits

‘Phenomenal’ Manchester City ‘can only stop themselves’ from winning the Champions League, insist BT Sport pundits Rio Ferdinand and Owen Hargreaves after Pep Guardiola’s juggernaut made light work of Monchengladbach in last-16 first leg Manchester City took a 2-0 first-leg win over Borussia Monchengladbach  Goals from Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus handed them a comfortable […]

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Half of people showing signs of cancer delayed seeking a test during first lockdown

Half of people showing signs of cancer delayed seeking a test during first lockdown because they were worried about overstretching the NHS, study shows MPs have written to Boris Johnson warning Britain was facing a ‘cancer disaster’  Survey found almost half of people with cancer symptoms did not contact GP Health psychologist said ‘stay home’ […]

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Celtic captain Scott Brown insists Hoops’ players should ‘take responsibility’ for Neil Lennon exit 

Scott Brown has insisted Celtic’s players must shoulder the blame for Neil Lennon’s downfall as Celtic manager. Lennon finally departed Parkhead on Wednesday morning following a second spell as boss which saw him win two league titles, two Scottish Cups and a League Cup. But this season has been a disaster, with hopes of a […]

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Teachers are to take control in school exams free-for-all

Teachers will have almost complete control over deciding the GCSE and A-level grades of their pupils this summer, it was announced last night. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said staff will also get to choose how they assess children – after exams were cancelled due to the pandemic. Teachers can decide to rely on previous essays, […]

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Maternal deaths link to hospital visit ban, report claims

Maternal deaths link to hospital visit ban: Pregnant women might have died because their partner was not present during labour, report claims Partners are banned from attending childbirth because of Covid restrictions Report says some patients died alone in hospital or discharged themselves early Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch examined 19 deaths when visitors were only […]

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Millions of 4G smartphone owners in UK could be entitled to a £480m payout

Millions of 4G smartphone owners could be entitled to a £480m payout as claim from Which? says US tech firm bumped up prices Around 29m smartphone owners could be entitled to a payout in new claim  Which? has spoken out against Qualcomm, saying it has breached UK law  It says it has charged manufacturers like […]

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Fuel stations to switch to greener E10 petrol from September

E10 arrival in September:The Department for Transport has confirmed that fuel retailers will be selling the greener fuel later this year – though drivers of older cars are warned to avoid it Filling stations across the UK will switch from E5 to E10 petrol in September, the Department for Transport has confirmed today. The greener […]

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BT Sport pundits praise Joao Cancelo after inspired Champions League performance for Man City

Rio Ferdinand says watching Joao Cancelo is a ‘fantastic new way’ of seeing a full-back play while Joleon Lescott says his absence would be the ‘most costly’ to Manchester City after his display in victory over Borussia Monchengladbach Manchester City cruised to a 2-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach Joao Cancelo had a hand to play […]

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Cheltenham to create Festival ‘bubble’ for around 150 Irish stable staff, trainers and jockeys

Cheltenham to create ‘bubble’ for around 150 Irish stable staff, trainers and jockeys at next month’s Festival Cheltenham creating a ‘bubble’ for all personnel involved in the Irish challenge  British and Irish jockeys will be accommodated in separate changing rooms Overseas visitors must stay within the ‘green zone’ created at the racecourse  By Marcus Townend […]

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Australia passes world-first new law forcing Facebook and Google to pay for news

Australia has passed a world-first law to make Google and Facebook pay media organisations for hosting their news content. Both tech giants have already agreed multi-million-dollar deals with some of Australia’s biggest news companies – and more negotiations are under way.  The bill passed on Thursday with bipartisan support after the government made some last […]

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New research shows statins are wrongly blamed for the aches and pains of old age 

Patients are warned not to shun statins after new research shows they are wrongly blamed for the aches and pains of old age New study suggests statins wrongly blamed for aches and pains in old age London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine found the drugs had no effects They believe symptoms could be result […]

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New PFA sessions to offer ex-players help with loneliness and depression

New PFA sessions to offer ex-players help with loneliness and depression in another victory for Sportsmail’s campaign to tackle dementia The PFA are to join forces with Sporting Memories Foundation for the initiative Chris Sutton, whose father Mike suffered from dementia, has backed the scheme Ex-players Alan Knight, Allan Cockram and Frankie Banks taking part in […]

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Do you suffer from 'Zoom fatigue?' Stanford professor reveals four reasons that cause the phenomenon

The coronavirus pandemic forced offices to close and meetings to move online that has created a new phenomenon known as ‘Zoom fatigue.’ Named after the popular video chat platform, the term is used to describe the exhaustion that comes with participating in video conferences, whether it be on Zoom, Google Meet or another application. A […]

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Premier League clubs fuming over the Government’s ‘illogical’ new quarantine rules

Premier League clubs are fuming over the Government’s ‘illogical’ new quarantine rules after being told players that travel overseas for European or international games MUST self-isolate for 10 days The Government introduced new quarantine rules for players travelling abroad Players who go overseas for European or international games must now isolate  Premier League clubs are […]

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JOE JORDAN: My big pal Gordon McQueen is a huge name to get dementia – but he won’t be the last

JOE JORDAN: My big pal Gordon McQueen is a huge name to get dementia and this will remind people what is happening – but he won’t be the last Jordan has been close friends with McQueen since he joined Leeds in 1972 Pair played many games together for Leeds, Manchester United and Scotland   The 68-year-old’s […]

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Jeep to revive its Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl ad after DWI charge were thrown out against The Boss

Car manufacturer Jeep has decided to revive its blockbuster Super Bowl ad featuring Bruce Springsteen after charges of DWI and reckless driving were thrown out against the singer by a New Jersey judge on Wednesday. The 120-second ad, titled The Middle, which debuted at Super Bowl LIV, was pulled by Jeep on February 10 after […]

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Qantas says international flights in October as it loses $1billion

Qantas plans for international flights to return by the end of October – just as Australia’s vaccination program ends – as it reveals losses of $1BILLION over the past six months Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said the billion dollar loss was ‘stark but not surprising’ The loss was thanks to a $6.9 billion Covid-related loss […]

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We try before you buy: CLAIRE COLEMAN picks out a selection of the best dry shampoos

We try before you buy: CLAIRE COLEMAN picks out a selection of the best dry shampoos By Claire Coleman for the Daily Mail Published: 17:45 EST, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 17:55 EST, 24 February 2021 Great for styling or refreshing, with a gorgeous woody scent. Sam McKnight Lazy Girl Dry Shampoo, £19, sammcknight.com   […]

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As John Torode lays into ‘teas on knees’…. Are TV dinners the death knell for romance?

YES  By Simon Mills    Simon (pictured) argues that having a candlelit dinner every night is no longer special How ironic that a man who has made a lucrative television career out of eating standing up and talking with his mouth full should suddenly decide to judge how the British public take their own suppers. Masterchef’s […]

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Mum reveals how she made $1,500 in a month from rewards programs – and how you can too 

A mother-of-two who saved a staggering $30,000 inside just 12 months has revealed how she made $1,500 in a month from rewards programs, and how you can too. Olivia White, from Melbourne, said changing your habits even slightly can make rewards programs pay off ‘big time’, and there are a few programs she specifically swears […]

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Moment fish drowns a baby bird in a nest that flooded in Georgia

A researcher caught a harrowing encounter in a Georgia salt marsh when a fish pulled a baby sparrow down to a watery grave. Seaside sparrows usually balance their nests in the marsh grass, but researchers believe climate change has caused tides in the area to rise precipitously. As a result one bird’s nest was flooded, […]

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ANDREW NEIL: How Nicola Sturgeon’s storm troops turned Scotland into a banana republic

These are dark, even dangerous days in Scotland. The stramash between the country’s two most famous politicians, Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon, has resulted in vital public documents being censored or banned, important information being suppressed, the media cajoled and cowed, the legal system brought into disrepute, the Scottish Parliament neutered and even bloggers being […]

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Erling Haaland to Manchester United: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reveals the pair are in ‘regular’ contact

‘I keep in touch with him… we’ll see what happens after Dortmund’: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer drops a major hint on Erling Haaland talks, hours after agent Mino Raiola suggested Man United CAN buy him Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he still regularly speaks to Erling Haaland   Man United tried to sign the forward before he joined […]

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DAVID JONES: Tiger Woods is a genius whose life has been one long car crash

Tiger Woods after his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence in May 29, 2017 in Florida Lying in a Californian hospital with his legs shattered and his glittering 30-year career surely beyond salvation, Tiger Woods might reflect that his personal life has been one long car crash. Both literally and figuratively. With a […]

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Rishi Sunak’s to axe fuel tax hike and slash hospitality VAT slashed in upcoming budget 

Rishi Sunak will use a giveaway budget next week to pave the way for a post-lockdown boom. Help for motorists, hospitality firms and the housing market is expected to be among a string of eye-catching policies. The Chancellor is set to shelve plans for tax rises, including a threatened 5p increase in fuel duty that would […]

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