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Manchester United cut their losses on Memphis Depay in bid to lose his hefty £100,000-per-week salary

Manchester United cut their losses on Memphis Depay in bid to lose his hefty £100,000-per-week salary

Manchester United have cut their losses on Memphis Depay by agreeing his €25million (£21m) sale to Lyon, in a deal which is particularly attractive to the club because it removes his high £100,000-a-week wages from the salary bill. The deal means United taking a small loss on the player whom Louis van Gaal had high hopes for when buying him from PSV Eindhoven in May 2015 for £25m with add-ons.

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How you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertainty

How you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertainty

Charities, campaigners and human rights activists have accused Theresa May of using EU nationals as a "bargaining chip" for Brexit negotiations after she refused to guarantee their right to remain in the UK.

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George HW Bush sends personal note to Donald Trump on why he can't attend inauguration

George HW Bush sends personal note to Donald Trump on why he can't attend inauguration

Former President George HW Bush wrote a personal note to President-elect Donald Trump explaining that he is under doctor's orders to skip the inauguration ceremony. Mr Bush, 92, says he cannot brave the cool January weather given his current health condition.

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Filmmaker pulls out of 'grotesque charade' Davos and smashes TV in protest

Filmmaker pulls out of 'grotesque charade' Davos and smashes TV in protest

A filmmaker withdrew from his role as Davos cultural leader before smashing a TV in protest, after labelling the World Economic Forum event a “grotesque charade.”

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UK post-Brexit trade deal with India 'at risk' without visa reforms

UK post-Brexit trade deal with India 'at risk' without visa reforms

One of Britain's most important post-Brexit trade partnerships could be at risk due to Theresa May's refusal to reform visa restrictions for Indian citizens. The Prime Minister has insisted leaving the EU would allow Britain to find other partners abroad and India, the world’s fastest growing major economy, was the first country she visited, accompanied by a large business delegation, outside Europe after the referendum.

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A university is offering people the chance to be the first ever Lego professor of play

A university is offering people the chance to be the first ever Lego professor of play

Academics with an open imagination and “childlike mind-set” are being sought after by the University of Cambridge to fill one a crucial new role. The Lego professor of play will lead the university’s newly established Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL), investigating how playtime helps with childhood development. The role offers a competitive salary along with all the benefits that come with teaching at one of the world’s top ranking institutions.

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Fifa technical director Marco van Basten suggest scrapping offside as part of his radical plans for football

Fifa technical director Marco van Basten suggest scrapping offside as part of his radical plans for football

Restricting players to 60 games a year. Replacing penalty shootouts with eight-second run-ups. Introducing orange cards and sending players to sinbins for 10 minutes.  Former Milan and Netherlands forward Marco van Basten is using his role as technical director at Fifa to propose a series of changes to soccer to stir a debate.  Rather than using his job to meddle, Van Basten highlights the need to preserve soccer as the world's most popular sport.

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xXx: Return of Xander Cage clip: Watch Vin Diesel extreme skateboard, why not?

xXx: Return of Xander Cage clip: Watch Vin Diesel extreme skateboard, why not?

"Guns, girls, global domination - Xander Cage is back." Despite the franchise's 11-year rest, xXx's third and newest outing Return of Xander Cage promises not to relent on the frantic action which marked the 2002 original and its 2005 sequel, State of the Union.

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Donald Trump shaken by 'scary' intelligence briefings: 'We have some big enemies out there'

Donald Trump shaken by 'scary' intelligence briefings: 'We have some big enemies out there'

Donald Trump does not have the greatest track record when it comes to intelligence briefings. Not only is the President-elect thought to have attended far fewer briefings than his predecessors, he recently suggested he was such a “smart person” that he did not need them daily.

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Channel 4 broadcast live colonoscopy as part of bowel cancer campaign

Channel 4 broadcast live colonoscopy as part of bowel cancer campaign

Wednesday afternoon, Channel 4 broke new ground, airing the world’s first live TV advert from inside a human body. The advert, for Cancer Research UK, saw Doctor Sunil Dolwani perform a colonoscopy – the removal of bowel polyps – on 60-year-old Philip McScarron at Cardiff and Vale University hospital.

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