Zlatan: I’m like Indiana Jones

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Manchester United’s hat-trick hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he is football’s Indiana Jones. The 35-year-old was in sensational form on Thursday night, banging in all three goals in United’s 3-0 Europa Cup victory over St Etienne at Old Trafford and they take his goal tally to 23 in all competitions since … Read More

‘Out of control’: Trump’s hour-long media attack

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It was a remarkable moment in modern American political history. President Donald Trump held court for one hour and 16 minutes, fielding multiple questions from reporters, while also airing his grievances with the media. After a fast-paced and at times turbulent four weeks, President Trump rejected the idea of a … Read More

Trade groups revolt over business rates

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Some of the UK’s biggest employers’ groups have united in condemning the government’s “outrageous” changes to business rates. Thirteen trade bodies have written a joint letter calling for a clause that could prevent firms appealing against unfair rate rises to be dropped. The group, including the CBI and British Retail … Read More

Written warning for Labour Brexit rebels

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Labour frontbenchers who defied Jeremy Corbyn in the Commons Brexit vote will be sent a formal written warning over their behaviour but will not be sacked. Mr Corbyn had imposed a three-line whip on his MPs to vote to back Brexit. But 52 Labour MPs rebelled in Wednesday’s vote, including … Read More

May warned over Donald Trump at EU summit

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Theresa May is hoping to use talks to convince EU leaders the UK will remain a “reliable partner” but has been warned about her closeness to Donald Trump. The Prime Minister was holding talks with European leaders including Angela Merkel, Spain’s Mariano Rajoy and Austria’s Christian Kern at the EU … Read More

Sterling hit as economy grapples rising costs

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The pound has fallen below $1.25 after a trusted survey of service sector firms recorded its first slowdown in output growth for four months. The Markit/CIPS purchasing managers’ index (PMI) for January reported the biggest leap in input costs for more than five years was affecting activity, though business expectations … Read More

‘Terrorist’ armed with machete shot at Louvre

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A French soldier has shot a man after he tried to enter the Louvre museum in Paris carrying a machete and two backpacks. Paris police chief Michel Cadot said the attacker shouted “Allahu akbar (God is greatest)” as he “launched” himself at the soldier in the Carrousel du Louvre area … Read More