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Worry for Chelsea as PSG lodge big-money bid for Leandro Paredes

As per a report from reliable Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Ligue 1 giants PSG have submitted an opening offer for Zenit St. Petersburg midfielder Leandro Paredes. Zenit stint 24-year-old Argentinian international Paredes has been plying his trade in Russia since the summer of 2017, when Zenit agreed to splash out an initial fee of 23 million Euro to secure his signature from Serie A outfit AS Roma. And, after impressing in Italy, the all-action midfielder has since gone on to develop...
Tags: Russia, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Italy, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Cesc Fabregas, Jose Mourinho, Telegraph, Monaco, Borussia Dortmund, Roma, Psg, Zenit St Petersburg


Giant 21ft great white shark named Deep Blue spotted off coast of Hawaii

It was the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance for a team of divers to photograph themselves alongside Deep Blue, the notorious great white shark.  But, in the words of one commentator, the resulting headline could easily have read: "stupid human dies chasing a 20ft shark".  The female, one of the largest sharks ever recorded, was photographed feasting on a dead sperm whale nine miles off the coast of Oahu, a Hawaiian island.  It is only the third ever sighting of Deep Blue, who was last spott...
Tags: Science, California, Mexico, Hawaii, Telegraph, University of Florida, Sharks, Ramsey, Oahu, Deep Blue, Baja Mexico, Juan Oliphant, Michael Domeier, Marine Conservation Science Institute, Ocean Ramsey, REUTERS Deep Blue


How popular is Donald Trump? Latest polls, approval ratings and impeachment odds

The US Government shutdown - now the longest in history - is causing Donald Trump's presidential approval ratings to slide to their lowest level since April last year, according to the Telegraph's poll tracker. The tracker, which takes an average of the last eight polls, put Mr Trump's approval rating at 41 per cent, while 56 per cent disapprove of the way the President is doing his job. Despite the recent slide, the President's approval ratings have remained relatively stable du...
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May keen to start alternative Brexit talks after no-confidence motion fails – Politics live

Government defeats Labour’s no-confidence motion with 325 to 306 votes amid uncertainty over next stepsFull story: Theresa May’s government survives voteObsession, vanity or grit: what makes May tick?How did your MP vote?Extracts from Tom Watson’s damning speech on MayEvening summary 8.24pm GMT Christopher Hope, The Telegraph’s chief political correspondent, has tweeted:LATEST on Brexit chaos: Jeremy Corbyn is now refusing to meet for substantive talks with Theresa May unless she takes "no d...
Tags: Europe, Politics, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Labour, Tom Watson, Michael Gove, Telegraph, Article 50, Brexit, Press Association, Jeremy Corbyn


Terrorists Say Ignorant Grifters Lack Commitment.

Hoodlums with their hoods. The Telegraph reports that League Against Cruel Sports labelled 'parasitic organisation' by hunt saboteurs. Right.   A better title:  Terrorists say ignorant grifters lack commitment. LACS is a basket case, but it's always had one foot in the loony bin. A short history: The League began in Morden, a suburb of London in 1923. Henry Amos raised a protest against rabbit coursing, he was successful in motivating support and managed to achieve a ban. This ...
Tags: London, Pets, Labour, Cambridge, Telegraph, Bell, Amos, Rspca, Charity Commission, Hunt Saboteurs Association, Morden, Bryant, League, League Against Cruel Sports, Mark Davies, The Times of London


Liverpool’s Andy Robertson accuses Arsenal of ‘desperate’ Mo Salah accusations

Arsenal, Brighton & Mohamed Salah A trend has been growing in recent weeks concerning Liverpool. Last weekend the Premier League leaders won 1-0 at Brighton. The win was Liverpool’s first since a 5-1 demolition of Arsenal at Anfield on December 29. In both of those matches, Mohamed Salah scored from the penalty spot after the Egyptian was felled in the box. Cue accusations that Salah is a diver. Indeed, against Arsenal those protests were lead by centre-half Sokratis Papastathopoulos. Get no...
Tags: Sport, Bbc, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Arsenal, Brighton, Telegraph, Anfield, Gary Neville, Mohamed Salah, Rachel, Robertson, Mo, Salah, Mo Salah


‘Leaked’ Man United XI vs Tottenham: No Romelu Lukaku, no Alexis Sanchez

‘Leaked’ Man United XI vs Tottenham The Manchester Evening News have revealed Man United’s supposed XI for the Tottenham game several hours before the team sheets come out. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team is as follows: De Gea, Young, Jones, Lindelof, Shaw, Matic, Herrera, Pogba, Lingard, Martial, Rashford. While M.E.N note that the XI remains “unconfirmed”, they also say it’s the “expected team”. No Romelu Lukaku, no Alexis Sanchez Romelu Lukaku has rediscovered his scoring touch in recent weeks...
Tags: London, Sport, Star, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Tottenham, Luke Edwards, Mauricio Pochettino, Gareth Southgate, Telegraph, Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku, Man United, Sam, United


Man United manager odds: Mauricio Pochettino 1st, Gareth Southgate 5th

Man United’s next manager Man United face Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday. For how much longer will Mauricio Pochettino remain with Spurs? Following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal from Old Trafford, Pochettino has regularly been named as Man United’s number one target. Yet securing Pochettino from Spurs is far from straightforward, and several other names are also being linked to the post. Zinedine Zidane is discussed as the French legend is out of a job following his spell at Real Madrid....
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Spurs, Tottenham, Old Trafford, Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Jose Mourinho, Gareth Southgate, Telegraph, Eddie Howe, Zinedine Zidane


Blockchain startup Zwoop collapses following cancellation of ICO

VC-backed cryptocurrency startup Zwoop has gone into administration. According to an exclusive report by The Telegraph’s James Cook, the company’s board of directors filed for administration at the end of November last year. As a result, employees and suppliers from all over the world have been left with unpaid wages and bills, according to sources. Zwoop, founded by Italian entrepreneur Alessandro Gadotti, raised $13 million from Robert Friedland, an American-Canadian billionaire and mining tyc...
Tags: Startups, Telegraph, Blockchain, James Cook, Friedland, Robert Friedland, Hard Fork, Zwoop, Alessandro Gadotti, Ivanhoe Capital Corporation


Tesco reports best Christmas in 10 years - BBC News

Tesco reports best Christmas in 10 years   BBC News Tesco toasts victory in Christmas sales battle   Telegraph.co.uk Tesco boosted by strong Christmas despite ‘challenging’ market   Financial Times View full coverage on Google News
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Tesco toasts victory in Christmas sales battle - Telegraph.co.uk

Tesco toasts victory in Christmas sales battle   Telegraph.co.uk Tesco reports best Christmas in 10 years   BBC News Tesco boosted by strong Christmas despite ‘challenging’ market   Financial Times Analysis | Tesco Shows Christmas Wasn't a Total Retail Disaster   Washington Post How Tesco, John Lewis, Debenhams, Aldi and other retailers performed over Christmas   Wales Online View full coverage on Google News
Tags: Shopping, Washington Post, Tesco, Telegraph, Telegraph co uk Tesco, BBC News Tesco, Financial Times Analysis, Tesco John Lewis Debenhams Aldi


Corbyn to table no confidence motion almost immediately if May loses Brexit vote, Labour says - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and the first day of the Brexit debatePM may have to draw up new deal three days after Commons defeatExplained: what to expect from the Brexit debate and final vote 11.13am GMT Here is some snap reaction to the Bercow decision.From the Telegraph’s Steven SwinfordWe are now in full-fledged constitutional crisis territory.Bercow has accepted the Grieve amendment which *his own c...
Tags: Politics, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, Labour, House, John Bercow, Bercow, Telegraph, Pmqs, Dominic Grieve, David Davis, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn, Corbyn, Jessica Elgot


You can blame laziness as much as greed for Apple's New Year shock

Too much iPhone, and not enough innovation Comment Apple "has never been stronger financially, but is plainly already living on past glories," The Telegraph's Jeremy Warner wrote in 2013.…
Tags: Apple, Software, Telegraph, Jeremy Warner, Comment Apple


Mauricio Pochettino faces far more political problems at Man United than Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino & Man United On Sky’s Sunday Supplement show, Mauricio Pochettino’s possible move from Tottenham to Man United was again analysed. Man United are on a five game winning streak following Saturday’s 2-0 win over Reading in the FA Cup. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will look to maintain his 100% record away at Tottenham next weekend. Solskjaer has made overtures indicating he’s keen to stay at Man United after his interim deal expires at the end of the season. If Man United win a trophy...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Spurs, Tottenham, Old Trafford, Mauricio Pochettino, Fergie, Telegraph, Ed Woodward, Pochettino, Man United, United, Serge Aurier, Gunnar Solskjaer


Two British soldiers seriously injured in Isil missile attack in Syria

Two British special forces soldiers have been seriously injured in a missile attack by Isil fighters in Syria. The two soldiers were injured in a missile attack by ISIS fighters near Deir Ezzor, in the east of the country, British special forces have been operating in the area alongside US special forces to combat the militant group.  The Telegraph understands the incident occurred on Friday morning, and that the soldiers were airlifted from the scene by US forces for medical treatment. Rudaw ne...
Tags: Isis, News, Isil, US, Syria, Ministry Of Defence, Telegraph, Donald Trump, Sas, Trump, Deir Ezzor, Brett McGurk, SDF, Syrian Democratic Forces SDF, US Defence, Jim Mattis


Waitrose Food vegan row: William Sitwell joins Telegraph

William Sitwell, who resigned from Waitrose Food magazine, becomes the paper's new restaurant critic.
Tags: UK, News, Telegraph, William Sitwell, Waitrose Food


Google sensor lets you control your phone with the wave of a hand

A Google sensor that allows users to control their smartphones using hand gestures has been given the green light by regulators.  The Alphabet-owned company is developing a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli that it wants to fit into smart devices. The technology allows users to control everything from smartphones to fitness trackers by pressing "invisible buttons" in mid-air.  "Imagine an invisible button between your thumb and index fingers – you can press it by tapping yo...
Tags: Google, Science, Fcc, US, Ford, Telegraph, Reuters, Federal Communications Commission FCC, Soli, Loughborough University, European Telecommunications Standards Institute, US However Facebook, Roy Kalawsky, VR Research, Tae Kyun Kim


Terror returns to Manchester, just yards from where 22 where killed at Ariana Grande concert

In the hours before midnight when the nation would be welcoming in the New Year, terror returned to Manchester. Just before 9pm and yards from the Manchester Arena, where 22 people, many of them children had been murdered in a suicide attack, all hell was about to break loose. Between platforms A and B at Manchester Victoria Metrolink tram station, a man dressed head-to-toe in black mounted a frenzied and sustained attack on a couple in their 50s waiting patiently for a tram. He screamed ‘Allahu...
Tags: News, Bbc, Manchester, Telegraph, Victoria, Somalia, Taser, British Transport Police, Joel Goodman, Manchester Airport, Burnham, Clack, Manchester Arena, Cheetham Hill, Nazir Afzal, British Transport Police BTP


Tottenham’s Harry Kane on plans to ‘go down as one of the best strikers in the world’

Tottenham’s Harry Kane speaks to the Telegraph The Telegraph has published an exclusive interview with Tottenham and England star Harry Kane on the final day of 2018. Kane has enjoyed a remarkable year with his club and country. With England, Kane won the Golden Boot (6 goals) at the 2018 World Cup as England reached the semi-finals. In total, Kane has scored 42 goals in 63 appearances for club and country this calendar year. Kane’s plan to ‘go down as one of the best strikers in the world’ T...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Spurs, Tottenham, Telegraph, Harry Kane, Alexandre Lacazette, Kane, Real Madrid Kane, England Kane, Telegraph The Telegraph, PaqmDS4dVx Telegraph Football


South Korea's Kim Jong-un fan clubs prepare welcome as North Korean leader vows visit to Seoul

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has written a rare letter to Seoul vowing to “frequently” meet Moon Jae-in, South Korea’s president, to discuss nuclear disarmament.  In the missive, described by South Korean officials as warm in tone, Kim pledged to pursue peace between the two countries and expressed regret that he had been so far unable to visit South Korea after Mr Moon invited him to do so in September.  But he expressed a strong will to visit the South Korean capital in the future and Mr Mo...
Tags: South Korea, News, Washington, North Korea, Moon, Telegraph, Kim, Seoul, Pyongyang, South, Koreas, Kim Jong, Korean Peninsula, Korea Times, Kim Jung, Mount Paektu


Police criticised for asking public to choose which village to patrol via Twitter poll

A local police force has been criticised for asking the public to vote on which village they should patrol by using a poll on Twitter. Wiltshire Police force has been accused of signposting where criminals should target after announcing on social media that it would send officers to patrol one of three villages. It posted: "Which village would you like us to patrol later today?", giving the options of Aldbourne, Great Bedwyn and Worton. The village Great Bedwyn was picked as the winner. The forc...
Tags: Twitter, News, Telegraph, Wiltshire Police, Lawrence, Steve Johnson, Dave Thompson, Matty, Aldbourne, Gary Lawrence, Twitter Wiltshire Police, Aldbourne Great Bedwyn, Great Bedwyn, Worton


Abandoned by US, Syrian Kurds request help from Assad regime

Kurdish Syrian forces have asked the Syrian government for protection against a Turkish attack in a flashpoint town, triggered by a shock US decision to withdraw forces from the country which left them exposed. Syrian troops erected the national flag in the outskirts of Manbij - the first time it has flown in the northern town for more than six years. “The aim is to ward off a Turkish offensive,” said Ilham Ahmed, a senior Kurdish official. “If the Turks’ excuse is the (Kurdish militia), they wi...
Tags: News, Iraq, US, Turkey, Syria, Telegraph, Kremlin, Assad, Donald Trump, Bahrain, Uae, Arab, Bashar Al Assad, Trump, Hunt, Raqqa


Twist: American Criticizes UK Shooting Traditions?

Opinion Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- Americans are often encouraged by   to embrace United Kingdom-style gun control.This would entail restrictive gun owner licensing, a near total ban on all handguns (handguns are permitted but heavily restricted in Northern Ireland), a ban on commonly-owned semi-automatic rifles, and a near prohibition on the use of firearms and even non-lethal alternatives for self-defense. Moreover, U.S. gun controllers are egged on in the...
Tags: UK, Guns, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Prince William, Prince Harry, Harry, Telegraph, William, Sussex, Elizabeth, Fairfax, Phillip, Meghan, MEGHAN MARKLE, Hunting News


Chelsea transfer updates: Gonzalo Higuain & ex-Liverpool target Nabil Fekir

Chelsea & Gonzalo Higuain Chelsea are looking to sign extra firepower in the January transfer window. Neither Alvaro Morata nor Olivier Giroud have managed to convince Maurizio Sarri that they have start for Chelsea in attack. As a result, Sarri has deployed Eden Hazard in a false nine role in recent weeks. However, according to the Telegraph’s Matt Law, Chelsea would be interested in signing Argentine forward Gonzalo Higuain in January. Gonzalo Higuain is 31-years-old and currently at AC Milan...
Tags: Milan, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Matt Law, Juventus, Telegraph, Leicester, Olivier Giroud, Stamford Bridge, Ac Milan, Reds, Lyon, Xherdan Shaqiri


Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska accused of interfering in Montenegro's elections

Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch, was yesterday accused by the United States of working with a former Kremlin intelligence officer to interfere in Montenegro’s 2016 elections. The US Treasury announced sanctions against Victor Alekseyevich Boyarkin, once a member of Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency but now working for Mr Deripaska, according to the department. The Treasury said that Mr Boyarkin “reported directly to Deripaska and has led business negotiations on Deripaska’s behalf”....
Tags: Europe, UK, London, News, Vladimir Putin, Congress, Russia, US, George Osborne, Britain, United States, Theresa May, Nato, Washington Dc, Treasury, Telegraph


Sainsbury's and ASDA plan joint assault on suppliers - Telegraph.co.uk

Sainsbury's and ASDA plan joint assault on suppliers   Telegraph.co.uk Sainsbury's and Asda are preparing a joint assault on the grocery industry's biggest suppliers if their blockbuster merger is approved, in a move that will revive ...
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Papadopoulos 2020: Coffee Boy Wants To Run For Congress

George Papadopoulos has big dreams now that he’s done his time (14 days). Fresh-off signing a new contract with a Los Angeles production company that plans to create a docu-series on his life post-prison, Papadopoulos has his sights set on Washington. The former adviser to President Trump’s campaign who agreed to cooperate with the government after he was found guilty of lying to the FBI as part of the Russia probe, told The Daily Telegraph that he wants to run for Congress in 2020. “My whole...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Russia, Los Angeles, Fbi, Telegraph, Trump, Ben Riley Smith, Papadopoulos, The Daily Telegraph, George Papadopoulos, Nicole Lafond, George Papadopoulos the Trump, Orange County Nixon


Are Harris and Garcetti made out of Teflon or Velcro?

Every politician who manages to stay in office for a decent length of time has her or his share of bad news cycles.  Politics, like life, isn’t always a bowl of cherries, and the key to longevity is being able the weather the storm when things get rough. Successful politicians are able to navigate through choppy waters; unsuccessful ones might as well be on the Costa Concordia. In 1983, Colorado Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder took to the floor of the House of Representatives to excoriate Presi...
Tags: New York, Colorado, California, Opinion, Senate, White House, Politico, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Reagan, Sport, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, House, House Of Representatives, Telegraph


May vows to stand down as leader before 2022 election as Tory MPs vote on her future – Politics live

Conservatives are casting their ballots after the PM spoke at an emotional party meeting Majority of Tory MPs publicly back MayTories reinstate MPs suspended over sex claims for May voteWhat happened in previous Tory leadership challenges? 7.09pm GMT This is from the Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey.Speculation outside committee room 14 that it might be a "100 per cent turnout" with 70 per cent of Tory MPs thought to have voted already 7.03pm GMT This is from the Mail’s Jack Doyle.Michael Gov...
Tags: Europe, Politics, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, House Of Commons, Telegraph, Pmqs, Article 50, Brexit, Camilla Tominey, Jack Doyle Michael Gove


Amazon is planning to open one of its first international cashierless Amazon Go stores in London's Oxford Circus

Amazon is looking to open a cashierless Amazon Go store in London, The Sunday Telegraph reports. Sources say the company is looking for a site between 3,000 and 5,000 square feet in size in Oxford Circus. Amazon told the Telegraph it does not comment on rumour or speculation. Amazon is planning to open one of its cashierless Amazon Go stores in London's Oxford Circus, The Sunday Telegraph reports. Citing sources, the newspaper said Amazon is looking for a space between 3,000 and 5,000 square ...
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