- PoliticsThe Guardian
Trump heckled, bullied and lied through the debate. It won't help him beat BidenThe president is behind in key states. Fighting on TV won’t turn things around or win over the sliver of undecided voters left
- NewsEvening Standard
UK coronavirus LIVE: Britain braced for further lockdowns after record Covid infection rate as Boris Johnson to address nation
The UK is on red alert for further local local measures after a record high in the number of daily coronavirus cases.Merseyside is said to be one of the areas poised to join the north east under tougher restrictions which ban households mixing indoors. Four North Wales local authority areas – Denbighshire, Flintshire, Conwy and Wrexham – will go into lockdown from 6pm on Thursday .
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Gary Lineker hits back after BBC chief Tim Davie says stars' Twitter accounts could be shut down over political views
Gary Lineker has hit back after the new BBC chief claimed the corporation's employees' Twitter accounts could be shut down over their political views.Responding to an article about the news, Lineker tweeted: “I think only Twitter can take people off Twitter.”
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Frank Lampard and Jose Mourinho exchanged words during Tottenham's EFL Cup penalty shoot-out win over Chelsea.
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Forest officials reached Sihari village in the district after villagers informed about the presence of the reptile in the area. The python was initially released near a river but was brought back the villagers after which the forest officials released it into a nearby forest. Pythons are among the largest snakes in the world. They are normally not considered dangerous to humans but have enough muscle power to overcome and swallow an animal as large as a grown up fawn or calf.