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The Red Devils will mark their treble-winning season with a charity match at Old Trafford, and have drafted their legendary boss back in for the gameEntertainment People
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Strictly Come Dancing fans will be excited to see that the show's cast are reuniting on fellow BBC dance show The Greatest Dancer on Saturday night - but may be sad to learn that one much-loved couple won't be performing. It's thought that Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec will be absent, sadly, since they haven't been seen in rehearsals for the show. Dianne Buswell, Gorka Marquez, Neil and Katya Jones, Nadiya Bychkova, Amy Dowden, Graziano Di Prima and Pasha Kovalev will all take to the stage with Oti Mabuse and the other The Greatest Dancer captains, however.Janette and Aljaz are thought to be absent from Saturday's performanceOther Strictly favourites missing from the line-up are Karen and Kevin Clifton - Kevin is of course currently performing in musical Rock Of Ages, while Karen is thought to be taking a break. On Saturday afternoon, she posted a picture of her newly manicured nails to her Instagram Story, captioning it: "Self care".Exclusive - Strictly's Ian Waite reveals why the show is harder than ever for the professionalsMeanwhile, Aljaz and Janette were at The Ritz hotel celebrating Aljaz' birthday on Friday, while most of the Strictly gang were at rehearsals for their Saturday performance. Janette revealed on her own Instagram Story that she and her husband have a week's holiday before they start rehearsals for their own touring show, Remembering The Movies.Loading the player...Saturday night's show will be Pasha Kovalev's first performance since announcing he is leaving Strictly Come Dancing to pursue other projects. The BBC posted a tweet on Wednesday which read: "Sadly after eight incredible series, the brilliant @PashaKovalev has decided to leave Strictly. Pasha, from all of us, thank you for your amazing choreography and routines over the years. You'll be sorely missed!" They later added: "We'd like to say a HUGE thank you to @PashaKovalev for being part of the Strictly family for 8 wonderful series - you will be missed."What Neil Jones really thinks of his Strictly Come Dancing chancesFinance Bloomberg
The U.K. government is watering down its request for changes to the contentious Irish border “backstop” arrangement as set out in the text of the divorce deal that May struck with the European Union last year. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay told the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, during a private meeting Monday that the government is not pursuing a reopening of the withdrawal agreement.NewsSky News
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum say they are "shocked" by her comments to a newspaper and want the UK government to help bring her home. Pregnant Shamima Begum was a 15-year-old schoolgirl when she fled Britain and joined Islamic State in Syria four years ago. Now aged 19, she has told British media she does not regret leaving the UK and travelling to the terrorists' caliphate, but wants to return home so her child can be looked after.Sports MMA Weekly
(Video courtesy of TMZSports | Viewing may be limited by broadcast rights restrictions) Shortly after Floyd Mayweather disposed of Conor McGregor in a 10-round boxing match, he teased the idea that he might jump into the Octagon to make a quick billion dollars by either rematching McGregor in a mixed martial arts bout. After all, McGregor came to his world for the a record-setting, money-maker of a bout, shouldn't he return the favor? Then, of course, McGregor retuned to the Octagon, where he was submitted by UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. Mayweather shifted his focus to Nurmagomedov for a brief time, but just when things started to heat up, he walked away for a much easier payday in a boxing exhibition in Japan. TRENDING Francis Ngannou Video: ‘I Learned a Lot from Last Year’ It appears that the quick bucks of the boxing world are free flowing for Mayweather, and he's no longer enticed by the idea of a mega payday in the Octagon.News The Independent
The government's settled status scheme isn't working - and the results will be catastrophic for EU migrants
Elly Wright is a 77-year-old Dutch widow living in Epsom, Surrey. She’s a painter, and has been in the country for 52 years, earned her Master’s degree at the University of Kent, has a British son, and is an upstanding member of her community. She got permanent residency in November 2017, which means that obtaining settled status, the Home Office’s post-Brexit plan which would provide EU citizens with the right to stay, should be an extremely easy and straightforward process. ...