The best gadgets of CES 2019

The best gadgets of CES 2019

CES, the biggest trade show in the technology calendar, has come to a close in Las Vegas after a week of flexible screens, robots, and driverless cars.
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Jose Mourinho: I'm too young to quit management

Jose Mourinho: I'm too young to quit management

Former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho says he has no plans to retire from management after being sacked from Manchester United in December.
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Hamsters and puppies get divine blessing

Hamsters and puppies get divine blessing

Dogs, cats and even a hamster were blessed outside a Madrid church on Thursday morning, to celebrate the Feast of St Anthony the Abbot, Spain's patron saint of animals.
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Martin O'Neill focused on getting Nottingham Forest in the Premier League

Martin O'Neill focused on getting Nottingham Forest in the Premier League

Martin O'Neill says his job as the new Nottingham Forest manager is to return the club he once played for to the "big league".
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Theresa May in discussions with MPs over 'Plan B' Brexit

Theresa May in discussions with MPs over 'Plan B' Brexit

Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom has set the date for MPs to debate the Government's Brexit Plan B after the Prime Minister's original deal suffered a historic defeat on Tuesday.
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Eddie Jones: Hartley out of Six Nations opener due to injury

Eddie Jones: Hartley out of Six Nations opener due to injury

England head coach Eddie Jones says the earliest Guinness Six Nations match that injured captain Dylan Hartley could play in is the clash against Wales on 23 February.
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From 'order' to 'unlock': John Bercow's best bellows

From 'order' to 'unlock': John Bercow's best bellows

It's been a busy week for the House of Commons and the Speaker, John Bercow. We look at Mr Bercow's best bellows across the house.
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Barnier: The red lines are Britain's red lines, not ours

Barnier: The red lines are Britain's red lines, not ours

EU's chief Brexit negotiator says the red lines were put in place by the UK not them and that if they are willing to move them, they will move too.
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Jeremy Corbyn calls for Theresa May to take no-deal Brexit off the table

Jeremy Corbyn calls for Theresa May to take no-deal Brexit off the table

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a direct message to the Prime Minister, calling for her to make assurances that the UK will not be headed for a no-deal Brexit.
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A look at the Hyundai i30 Fastback N

A look at the Hyundai i30 Fastback N

Hyundai's new i30 Fastback N takes the best of the acclaimed i30 N hot hatch and puts it in a more practical package.
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Snow flurries fall across the UK

Snow flurries fall across the UK

Flurries of snow have fallen across parts of Britain as freezing wintry conditions grip much of the country, but those expecting a thick blanketing could be disappointed.
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Toyota's new RAV4 to mount a challenge in the SUV market

Toyota's new RAV4 to mount a challenge in the SUV market

Toyota's fifth-generation RAV4 will arrive on the UK market in April.
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Giuseppe Rossi is impressed by Solskjaer's United impact

Giuseppe Rossi is impressed by Solskjaer's United impact

Giuseppe Rossi says old teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing a "tremendous" job at Manchester United after the striker returned to train with his former club in a bid to find a new one.
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Countdown to Brexit: 71 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 71 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Woman finds new purpose in life as a death doula

Woman finds new purpose in life as a death doula

A woman has told how she found a new purpose in life as a death doula after having to stop life support for both of her brothers and nursing her mother through her last days.
How a second Brexit referendum might work

How a second Brexit referendum might work

MPs are increasingly talking about the prospect of a second referendum to resolve the deadlock in Parliament over Theresa May's Brexit deal but how would it work?
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Theresa May says MPs must 'work together' to deliver Brexit

Theresa May says MPs must 'work together' to deliver Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May has called on MPs to "put self-interest aside" and "work constructively together" to find a way forward for Brexit.
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How MPs voted in the no-confidence motion against the Government

How MPs voted in the no-confidence motion against the Government

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has seen off a bid to remove her Government from power, winning a no confidence vote by 325 to 306. Here's how MPs voted.
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Romeo, the world's 'loneliest frog', finds a potential Juliet

Romeo, the world's 'loneliest frog', finds a potential Juliet

Romeo is a Sehuencas water frog who has spent the past decade as a bachelor and was feared to be the last of his species. Following an appeal which saw $25,000 raised, researchers were able to go to a Bolivian forest to search for others and unco...
Theresa May offers cross-party talks as she survives attempt to oust her as PM

Theresa May offers cross-party talks as she survives attempt to oust her as PM

Theresa May has survived an attempt to oust her as Prime Minister, as MPs rejected Jeremy Corbyn's motion of no confidence in the Government by a margin of 325 to 306. The Prime Minister's 19-vote victory came less than 24 hours after the crushin...
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Brexit: Theresa May survives no confidence vote

Brexit: Theresa May survives no confidence vote

MPs have rejected Labour's motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May's Government by 325 votes to 306, majority 19.
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Meghan laughs after being called 'fat lady' during charity visit

Meghan laughs after being called 'fat lady' during charity visit

The Duchess of Sussex was introduced to a group of pensioners from a dementia care home when visiting the animal charity she is patron for. Meghan, who is six months pregnant, laughed with Peggy, who made the comment.
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Varadkar: Onus on Westminster to find Brexit solutions

Varadkar: Onus on Westminster to find Brexit solutions

The onus is on Westminster to find solutions to the Brexit impasse which the EU and Ireland can accept, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. The Irish premier said if the UK evolved its red lines on the Customs Union and access to the Single Market t...
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Meghan talks about her rescue dog during animal charity visit

Meghan talks about her rescue dog during animal charity visit

The Duchess of Sussex held dogs and met staff at the animal welfare charity which she now supports as patron. Meghan visited the headquarters of Mayhew which works to keep cats and dogs, whether family pets or companions for the homeless, safe a...
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Brexit referendum: What would voters do given the chance again?

Brexit referendum: What would voters do given the chance again?

We asked memberrs of the public in Birmingham how they voted in 2016 and how they would vote if there was another referendum.
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