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Benfica fire warning to Manchester United over Joao Felix transfer

Benfica fire warning to Manchester United over Joao Felix transfer

Benfica have warned Manchester United that they plan to raise Joao Felix’s buy-out clause in the coming months to block his departure from the club. The 19-year-old is one of the most sought-after players in Europe and United have watched him...

Sunday, 15:25 in Sport
 
David Luiz sends message to Chelsea team-mates over Europa League bid

David Luiz sends message to Chelsea team-mates over Europa League bid

David Luiz has enjoyed great success with Chelsea in Europe in the past – and he has offered some advice to his team-mates in order to replicate that joy this season. The Brazilian centre-half won both the Europa League and Champions League in...

Sunday, 15:25 in Sport
 

Mother and daughter airline pilots fly same plane together

A mother and daughter who are both pilots worked the same shift to fly a plane full of passengers across the US. Captain Wendy Rexton and her child First Officer Kelly Rexton flew the Delta Air Lines flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta on March 16....

Sunday, 14:56 in Hot News
 
Woman wants faster treatment for pancreatic cancer after watching her dad die at 55

Woman wants faster treatment for pancreatic cancer after watching her dad die at 55

Returning home from holiday, Rachael Harland had decided to stop off to see her dad. Her parents had divorced when she was eight and she lived in North Yorkshire near her mum, while her dad lived in Berkshire. Still incredibly close, she tried to...

Sunday, 14:50 in Lifestyle
 
Talking about the weather, queuing, and Sunday roasts top the list of 40 things that make you super British

Talking about the weather, queuing, and Sunday roasts top the list of 40 things that make you super British

We Brits have quite a few tells that are quintessentially British. If you keep saying sorry every time you go near a stranger or bump into a table; if the weather is your go-to small talk topic or you put the kettle on at the sign of a crisis then...

Sunday, 14:30 in Lifestyle
 
You can now get an Easter egg with a whole bottle of gin inside

You can now get an Easter egg with a whole bottle of gin inside

Easter is under a month away and you’ve probably already being eyeing up all the chocolate eggs. This one though, combines two pretty excellent things – chocolate and gin. Manchester patissier and chocolatier Slattery has partnered with local...

Sunday, 14:30 in Lifestyle
 
Petition to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit hits 5,000,000 signatures

Petition to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit hits 5,000,000 signatures

A petition to cancel Brexit has been signed by 5,000,000 people in just five days. The campaign to revoke article 50 is the most popular online protest in history with approximately 2,000 people signing a minute. All parliamentary petitions require...

Sunday, 14:28 in Hot News
 
Man, 45, ‘murdered his mother, 66, because she wouldn’t stop nagging him’

Man, 45, ‘murdered his mother, 66, because she wouldn’t stop nagging him’

A 45 year-old man strangled and stabbed his 66 year-old mother to death because she wouldn’t stop nagging him, police say. Kasey Gaskell reportedly told police he killed Shannon Magner at their home in Santa Cruz, California, in September 2016 to stop...

Sunday, 14:28 in Hot News
 
Montenegro vs England TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and previous meetings

Montenegro vs England TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and previous meetings

England will look to continue their fine form when they take on Monetenegro in a Euro 2020 qualifier on Monday night in Podgorica. Gareth Southgate’s side were in rampant mood on Friday night as they destroyed Czech Republic 5-0 at Wembley, giving...

Sunday, 14:24 in Sport
 
Angry cat sits patiently in wait then lashes out at men

Angry cat sits patiently in wait then lashes out at men

A stray cat has been filmed patiently sitting outside a shopping centre before attacking customers – but only if they’re male. CCTV cameras outside the market in Istanbul captured the ginger cat striking out and sinking her claws into men’s legs. But...

Sunday, 13:59 in Hot News
 
Stockport fans attack Fylde players on the pitch and in the dressing room during FA Trophy match

Stockport fans attack Fylde players on the pitch and in the dressing room during FA Trophy match

AFC Fylde’s FA Trophy victory over Stockport County was marred by fan disturbances and a pitch invasion on Saturday. A furious Stockport fan invaded the pitch when Alex Reid scored a late winner to send Fylde to the final at Wembley. The supporter,...

Sunday, 13:50 in Sport
 
Driver openly mocks man crashed in ditch as he pleads for help

Driver openly mocks man crashed in ditch as he pleads for help

A motorist filmed as he repeatedly mocked another driver to his face while he was asking for help after crashing, telling him ‘you can’t park there, sir’. The video, which has had thousands of retweets, shows a blue Peugeot stuck in a ditch, with a...

Sunday, 13:30 in Hot News
 
Phone company worker suspended for using work equipment to rescue trapped cat

Phone company worker suspended for using work equipment to rescue trapped cat

Telecoms giant Verizon suspended one of its employees for using his company cherry picker to rescue a cat trapped on top of a telephone pole. Maurice German used his work truck to rescue the striken feline, called Momma, last Saturday after she spent...

Sunday, 13:30 in Hot News
 
Black women who go missing are neglected in a way white women aren’t

Black women who go missing are neglected in a way white women aren’t

Someone is reported missing every 90 seconds in Britain – this equates to 180,000 people per year – and yet, we only hear about a small fraction of them. Whose story is told might seem like luck of the draw, but in reality there are a lot of factors...

Sunday, 13:30 in Hot News
 
Death toll from Cyclone Idai rises as UK flies 20 tonnes of aid to 1.8 million people

Death toll from Cyclone Idai rises as UK flies 20 tonnes of aid to 1.8 million people

Authorities in Mozambique say 446 people have died after Cyclone Idai hit southern Africa more than a week ago. Nearly 110,000 people are now in camps as rescue efforts wind down, environment minister Celso Correia said. Aid workers across the vast...

Sunday, 13:30 in Hot News
 


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