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Vigil marks one week since Manchester attack

In a silent St Ann’s Square in Manchester, a single church bell rang out to mark exactly one week since the Manchester bombing. Hundreds gathered in the pouring rain, many kneeling to read the thousands of messages laid beside the sea of flowers. Families...

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May and Corbyn left bruised after TV showdown

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were left bruised but not battered as they survived tough questioning from voters and veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman on Sky News. In the 90-minute programme, the Prime Minister was repeatedly challenged on her policy u-turns –...

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What we learned in The Battle For Number 10

Here’s a look at the key points from The Battle For Number 10, which saw Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn answer questions from a carefully selected studio audience before facing a one-on-one interview with Jeremy Paxman. :: Jeremy Corbyn 1. In the wake of the...

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Entertainment

Southern rock pioneer Gregg Allman dies

Gregg Allman, whose soulful vocals made the Allman Brothers Band one of rock’s top acts in the 1970s, has died at the age of 69. Allman died peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia, according to a statement posted on his website. No cause of death was...

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Politicians could 'learn a lot' from poets

As the people of Manchester were coming to terms with the terrible attack on their city, there was one man – poet Tony Walsh – who found the words that the rest of the country was struggling to say. As he read This Is The Place at a vigil for the victims,...

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Social media would have 'put a stop' to Sex Pistols

It is four decades since the Sex Pistols brought out their anti-establishment anthem God Save The Queen – the ultimate publicity stunt and an unforgettable moment in music history. The song’s release was timed to cause maximum offence, as the country was...

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Phelan still in the dark over Hull job

Phelan said last week that he had been offered the job but there has been no update on his contract since then. He told a news conference: “I want it resolved, but it’s not my decision. “A lot of it rests on the position of the club. All I keep...

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United survive Northampton scare

Michael Carrick put United ahead but Northampton equalised before half time through an Alex Revell penalty. But Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford sealed the win. West Ham were within seconds of being taken to extra time by League Two Accrington before Dmitri...

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Anderson could be rested for Bangladesh trip

The 34-year-old, England’s leading test wicket-taker with 463 victims, was named in the squad for the tour to Bangladesh where they play two tests next month. England travel to India in early November for a five-test series. “It’s a tough one because...

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