Ant McPartlin ‘thanks God’ no one was injured in drink-driving crash

Ant McPartlin ‘thanks God every night’ no one was seriously injured in drink-driving crash and insists his first thought wasn’t for his career He was charged with drink-driving in April last year, slapped with a £86,000 fine and given a 20-month driving ban. And Ant McPartlin says he ‘thanks God every night’ no one was seriously hurt in the three-car […]

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Trump declares there is ‘no substitute’ for a wall, shutdown drags on

Talking points Trump continues to push for a steel and cement wall on the US-Mexico border. The longest federal government shutdown in US history enters its fourth week. A majority of voters in a recent poll blame Trump and Republicans for shutdown. New York: President Donald Trump is refusing to budge on his demand for a border wall, saying there […]

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Serena’s mentor sees no crackdown on courtside coaching

Serena Williams's coach Patrick Mouratoglou expects on-court coaching to continue virtually unchecked at the grand slams despite the furore during last year's US Open final when he attempted to guide her mid-match. Mouratoglou gestured to Williams in the stands during her tempestuous defeat to Japan's Naomi Osaka at Flushing Meadows, leading to a code violation and sparking a heated row […]

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Man Utd stars will have no curfew during Dubai break with Solskjaer trusting his players

The Old Trafford interim boss has underlined the club’s new feel-good factor by giving responsibility to his squad. They left for warm-weather training in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday. Paul Pogba will join up in two days as he stays in England for treatment on a knock. Solskjaer has been credited with changing the atmosphere at the club since […]

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No Deal Brexit would make Brits less safe, UK's top police chief claims

Met Police boss Cressida Dick revealed she has set up a Brexit taskforce to try and minimise the disruption caused by leaving the EU. But she said that a No Deal outcome would still be "more costly, slower and potentially put the public at risk". The Scotland Yard commissioner told the BBC's Today programme that British police use EU "instruments" […]

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Jose Mourinho had no idea sack was coming, he thought Ed Woodward meeting was to discuss Manchester United transfers

The Special One, 55, was called to a meeting with Ed Woodward on Tuesday morning, but the ex-Chelsea chief was caught completely off guard, claim The Times. Mourinho thought the Old Trafford supremo wanted to get a head-start on January dealings, only to be given the boot instead. The Portuguese boss was hoping to have a chat regarding the potential […]

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‘No stomping on table’: Trudeau manages fallout over third Canadian held in China

Toronto: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the case of a third Canadian detained in China, doesn't seem to be linked to the previous two that appear to be retaliation for the recent arrest of a top Chinese tech executive. Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, was arrested in Canada on December 1 at the request of […]

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No Santa? These Are the Weirdest Duggar Family Christmas Traditions

Everyone knows that the Duggar family is very religious, so it should come as no surprise that they choose to celebrate the Christmas holiday in very unique ways. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar raise their children with little regard for how most people are doing things – that’s why their kids don’t listen to popular music or watch many mainstream […]

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