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Arsene Wenger denies Pep Guardiola has raised the bar ahead of Arsenal v Manchester City Carabao Cup final

Arsene Wenger and Pep Guaridola will contest the Carabao Cup final on Sunday (Picture: Getty) Arsene Wenger has denied Pep Guardiola has raised the managerial bar for excellence ahead of Sunday’s Carabao Cup final. The Frenchman will lead his side into their fourth domestic cup final in four years as Arsenal prepare to take on the Premier League’s runaway leaders. ...

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Making A Murderer follow-up series in the works to show different side to Steven Avery case

Making A Murderer follow-up series in the works (Picture: Netflix/Everett/REX/Shutterstock) A follow-up series to Netflix’s Making A Murderer has been announced, which will present a different side to the Steven Avery case. While an official sequel to Making A Murderer is currently in the works by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, another show titled Convicting A Murderer from filmmaker Shawn ...

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Kylie Jenner ‘picked and trademarked Stormi’s name months before giving birth’

Kylie Jenner ‘picked and trademarked’ her baby’s name, months before she was born (Picture: Getty – Instagram) Kylie Jenner apparently ‘picked and trademarked’ her baby’s name, months before she was born so it could be used in her new makeup line. The 20-year-old had been reportedly planning the makeup range long before she fell pregnant, so had to decide on ...

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Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: Video gaming’s most overrated classic

Halo: Combat Evolved – does it deserve its reputation? GameCentral readers name the most over-hyped video games in history, from Half-Life 2 to Metal Gear Solid. The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Gannet, but didn’t have to be a game you think is actively bad – just not as good as its reputation suggests. We ...

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My first week with Monster Hunter: World – Reader’s Feature

Monster Hunter: World – it only takes a little while to get its claws into you A reader describes his first experiences with the Monster Hunter franchise, and why he already counts himself as a fan. I picked up Monster Hunter: World at launch, as I had been curious of the franchise before but never played any previously. The closest ...

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Why I gave up on Destiny 2 – Reader’s Feature

Destiny 2 – how long did you last? A reader goes into detail on why he kept playing Destiny 1 despite the flaws but gave up on its sequel very quickly. I was pretty much addicted to Destiny and loved it despite it only receiving a GC 7/10. I would be lying if I said GC’s 8/10 got me excited ...

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Imagine Dragons interview: 'LGBT youth in Mormonism are being told their innate sense of being is flawed – that does a lot of damage'

“Every artist at the Grammys – when you’re looking at them on screen and you see their faces – all they’re thinking is, ‘Dammit are we next?’” Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds is explaining the relief of being able to just sit and watch the Grammy Awards, because the pressure of singing in front of hundreds of your peers is, understandably, quite ...

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Stolen Edgar Degas painting worth £700,000 found on a bus

A painting by 19th century French artist Edgar Degas worth hundreds of thousands of pounds has been found on a bus near Paris.  Degas’s painting Les Choristes, or The Chorus Singers, dates back to 1877 and was stolen nine years ago from a museum in Marseilles.  The artwork was discovered in a luggage compartment of a bus after police were ...

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Brexit: Nigel Farage vows to return to frontline politics if public given second referendum

Nigel Farage has vowed to return to frontline politics if the British public are given a second EU referendum.   The former Ukip leader was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference when he claimed that if the public were consulted again he would “be there” and “it’ll be no more Mr Nice Guy”.  Mr Farage also said supporting Donald Trump ...

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Nikki Haley attacks Russia for 'stalling' vote on Syria ceasefire: 'How many more people will die before Security Council votes?'

America’s ambassador to the United Nations blasted Russia for delaying a vote on a ceasefire in Syria for the besieged area of eastern Ghouta, saying “the Syrian people can’t wait”. “Unbelievable that Russia is stalling a vote on a ceasefire allowing humanitarian access in Syria,” Nikki Haley said on Twitter. “How many more people will die before the The Security Council ...

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