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Liverpool and Everton transfer sh*tshows torn to shreds as Caicedo is January window loser

There must have been something in the transfer water on Merseyside because Everton and Liverpool had diabolical windows. Moises Caicedo’s wasn’t much better. The winners are here if you want something a little cheerier… EvertonThere is a morbidly humorous paradox to what might be Everton’s final transfer window as a Premier League club for some …

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It’s not (yet) too late for Hunt to save our grandchildren from destitution

Stop talking the country down, the Chancellor said last week. Jeremy Hunt wants us to acknowledge that economic growth will soon be fired up once more, even if we need to get through a few months of fiscal tightening (ie tax rises) before reaching the promised land. I admire his optimism, although it looks a …

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Woman killed in dog attack was ‘sensitive and loved animals’, says friend in first tribute

The friend of a dog walker who died from multiple dog bites to the neck at a Surrey beauty spot has paid tribute to her last night as a “stoic young girl” who was “living a straight forward life”. Natasha Johnston, 28, died from “multiple penetrating dog bites to the neck” and a wound to …

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Violent trans criminals are women, Nicola Sturgeon says

Nicola Sturgeon and her justice secretary have insisted on the violent transgender criminals at the center of the Scottish prisons scandal are women – despite banning them from female jails. The First Minister said “trans women are women” but they had “no automatic right” to serve their sentences in female prisons. Although she wants to …

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India’s Adani firms lose $65bn in value | Business and Economy News

Most Adani Group shares fell sharply on Monday as the Indian conglomerate’s rebuttal of a US short seller’s criticism failed to pacify investors, deepening a market rout that has now led to losses of $65bn in the group’s stock values. Led by Asia’s richest man Gautam Adani, the Indian group has locked horns with Hindenburg …

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Nicola Sturgeon about-turns over transgender prisoners

He said the SPS review was “nearing completion” and a separate “urgent lessons review” would be carried out in relation to the Bryson case, “with any learning to be applied immediately.” Mr Brown emphasized that SPS policies “have in no way been changed or impacted” by Ms Sturgeon’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill, which would allow …

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Nadhim Zahawi to stay on as an MP and attacks press after sacking by Rishi Sunak

Nadhim Zahawi will stay on as an MP after his sacking by Rishi Sunak, The Telegraph has learned. The Prime Minister dismissed Mr Zahawi from his role as Conservative Party chairman after Sir Laurie Magnus, his ethics adviser, found he committed a “serious breach of the Ministerial Code” over his taxes. Mr Zahawi came under …

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Cleaners could respond to 999 calls if firefighters go on strike

Cleaners and HR staff could be deployed to respond to 999 calls during a firefighters’ strike, The Telegraph has learned. With the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) set to close its ballot on Monday, union leaders are understood to be confident they will reach the threshold required for industrial action. This means that firefighters would be …

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