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Luton Town 3 Hartlepool United 0: Match report, fourth defeat in row on road

Hartlepool United's woeful away form continued with a fourth straight defeat on the road at Luton Town. The match was effectively over inside the first 13 minutes following goals from Danny Hylton and Luke Gambin. Pools never recovered from that...

 

Cristiano Ronaldo splashes the cash on Valentine's Day as the Real Madrid star treats girlfriend Georgina...

Cristiano Ronaldo ensured girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez was in for a treat on Valentine's Day during a shopping trip in Madrid. The pair have been known to be dating since their first public appearance together in November, at Disneyland Paris, with...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique reacts furiously after Champions League humiliation against PSG: ‘We could...

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique says they could 'have stood on their heads' against Paris Saint-Germain and they would have still suffered Champions League humiliation. Enrique's side were crushed 4-0 by the French champions at Parc des Princes and now...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Explained - Hugh Jackman's cancer: As the Wolverine star reveals sixth operation to remove dangerous skin...

Hugh Jackman has had a sixth operation to remove traces of skin cancer from his face. The 48-year-old actor has been vocal about his battle with basal cell carcinoma since doctors spotted his first abnormal mole in 2013. On Monday, he posted another...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

Barcelona were humiliated and humbled by PSG in the Champions League... these are the stats that shame the...

It was a humbling. It was a hiding. It was a humiliation. And that was just the scoreline. When you peer behind the curtain of Barcelona's 4-0 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain, the gruesome detail of this historic night in Paris becomes all the more...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Bristol City boss Lee Johnson 'praying' injury to Tammy Abraham isn't serious after he went off during...

Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has admitted he is 'praying' that an injury to top-scoring Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham is not too serious. Abraham, 19, limped out of a 2-1 defeat at Leeds after 37 minutes on Tuesday night and will have a scan in the...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Last night's TV: Andrew Marr: My Brain and Me and National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh

Last night's TV: Andrew Marr: My Brain and Me and National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh

The Andrew Marr we see reporting on political events, presenting documentaries and grilling MPs has always, I think, contained quite a bit of the real bloke.  No one who defines journalism as, “the industrialisation of gossip” is taking themselves too...

 
Benedict Cumberbatch honoured as Sherlock Holmes named world's favourite BBC TV character

Benedict Cumberbatch honoured as Sherlock Holmes named world's favourite BBC TV character

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fabled spy beat competition from acclaimed British television figures, including Basil Fawlty, the Doctor in Doctor Who and Hyacinth Bucket, to take the accolade. BBC Worldwide surveyed more than 7,000 18 to 64-year-olds from...

 
Emmerdale spoilers: Liv Flaherty is pleased as Jacob Gallagher dumps Gabby Thomas

Emmerdale spoilers: Liv Flaherty is pleased as Jacob Gallagher dumps Gabby Thomas

The lives of both Liv Flaherty and Gabby Thomas have been incredibly difficult of late and part of what has helped both girls through in Emmerdale is their reliance and support of one another. So when a third wheel in the friendship came in the form...

Metro, 00:06 in Showbiz
 

The far off star pulsating for its planet: Astronomers spot mysterious 'heartbeat' 400 light years away  

For the first time, astronomers have spotted a star that becomes ‘excited’ in response to its orbiting planet, letting out mysterious pulsations that line up with its orbital frequency. Researchers observed precisely timed pulsations in a star called...

 

That's handy! US Navy developing robot arms to defuse bombs underwater - and they are dexterous enough to...

While bomb disposal robots have become a a common sight on land, the US Navy is now hoping to use them underwater as well. It hopes the robo-hands will be able to search harbours, piers and even ships for IEDs. Once found, the hands are so dexterous...

 

Finally, some good news for Donald Trump: Researchers discover people find orange skin more attractive

Researchers have found that Caucasian men with yellow and red pigments in their skin are perceived as more attractive.  However, they also found that this skin coloring doesn't necessarily signal better health. The research team gave carotenoids, a...

 

Amazon's drones could PARACHUTE your shopping to your door 

Amazon could be working on a new strategy for dropping packages from its delivery drones to your doorstep. The e-commerce giant has received a patent for a system that 'can be implemented to forcefully propel a package from an unmanned aerial vehicle...

 
Irritable bowel syndrome: Gut bacteria could be key to CURING IBS symptoms, says doctor

Irritable bowel syndrome: Gut bacteria could be key to CURING IBS symptoms, says doctor

IBS affects up to one in five people in the UK at some point in their lives. Some experts claim the condition could be linked to bad bacteria which already live in our gut. According to a study, published in latest issue of Journal of...

 
Could a PARASITE that tells the brain when to stop eating tackle obesity?

Could a PARASITE that tells the brain when to stop eating tackle obesity?

A gene found in roundworm and similar to one in humans could help break the cycle of overeating and under-exercising. It triggers a feeling of fullness and the need to sleep after eating in the worms that infest the human gut. The findings by...

 


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