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McManaman: FA need to shoulder blame for failure

In his latest exclusive column, Steve McManaman says the FA can no longer shirk its part in England's continued failure, but he doubts they'll get the right manager.

  • 8 things Theresa May will do if she gets picked to be the next Prime Minister

    Theresa May makes eight key promises as she launches her campaign to succeed David Cameron as the next Prime Minister.

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  • Two MPs start push for second Brexit referendum

    By William James LONDON (Reuters) - Two MPs have begun moves to secure a second referendum on leaving the European Union, saying that voters must be given a chance to approve or reject the country's exit plan before formal negotiations begin. "UK citizens must agree on the terms of leaving the EU and, if not satisfied, be given the opportunity to opt for the UK to remain an EU member," said a formal notice submitted to parliament by MP Geraint Davies of the Labour Party. Davies said that informal negotiations with other EU leaders should be used to compile a Brexit plan, which should then be put to a public vote before the "Article 50" legal process of leaving the bloc, a period of up to two years, is activated.

  • Racist Who Wore ‘Send Them Back’ T-shirt Disowned By Family

    The racist who wore a T-shirt bearing the legend: ‘Yes! We won! Now send them back’ shortly after Britain voted to leave the EU has been disowned by his family.

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  • Nike's Wimbledon Babydoll Dress Is Not a Grand Slam with Female Athletes

    Game, set, no match! The Wimbledon tennis tournament just got underway in London and there’s already a major upset — the Nike dresses designed for the female players. For those athletes paid to wear the brand’s clothing, Nike issues a standard outfit.

  • A contestant on The Chase took a minus offer and viewers on social media were not happy

    In popular ITV show The Chase, presented by Bradley Walsh, four contestants work as a team and answer general knowledge questions.

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  • Danniella Westbrook Denies 'Being Caught Performing A Sex Act' On The M25

    Danniella Westbrook has taken to Twitter to furiously deny claims that she was caught performing a sex act on her boyfriend George Arnold whilst driving down the M25. The Sun report that the driver eventually gave Danniella and George an ultimatum - saying that he wouldn’t drive them any further if they carried on, with a source explaining: “Danniella was being driven home in a car paid for by Channel 5 after appearing on Big Brother ’s Bit on the Side where she’d insisted on bringing her young boyfriend George. "The Simpsons [car company] driver reported Danniella was performing a sex act on her boyfriend in the back of the car.

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  • Branson says cancels deal after Brexit vote

    British entrepreneur Richard Branson walks by the Houses of Parliament in central London on June 28, 2016

  • Michelle Obama and Queen Letizia of Spain Stroll Together in Stunning Dresses (10 photos)

    After bringing her Let Girls Learn initiative to Europe last summer, Michelle Obama is continuing to draw attention to adolescent education. Her latest efforts involve a three-nation trip to shed light on the millions of girls around the world who are not in school.  On Monday, the first lady, who brought along her daughters, Sasha, 15, and Malia, 17, and mother Marian Robinson, landed in Libera. “This is the special girl-power unit of the Obama household,” she said. “We left the president behind because he’s a boy.” Wearing an abstract floral print dress, the family was welcomed to the Western African country with a red carpet and traditional dancers.  Following the announcement that the United States would be providing $27 million in aid for the expansion of the Let Girls Learn Peace Corps program in the country as well as meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first elected female head of state in Africa, the Obamas moved on to Morocco. On the second leg of the first family’s tour, they were met by Frieda Pinto and Meryl Streep for a panel discussion moderated by CNN’s Isha Sesay in Marrakesh and delivered even more money to help some of the 62 million girls worldwide lacking access to formal education. The last part of the six-day trip will be in Spain, where FLOTUS will deliver a speech. The message she’s trying to get across is this: “You have the power, right now, to step up and be a champion for those 62 million girls who aren’t in school. You have everything you need right now to raise awareness about their stories and to support their efforts to get an education.” Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.  

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  • UK says it will do all it can to safeguard Japanese investment post-Brexit

    Britain will do everything it can to safeguard Japanese investment into the country in light of last week's vote to leave the European Union, a statement from Prime Minister David Cameron's office said on Thursday. "The Prime Minister said the UK greatly valued the investment of Japanese businesses into the UK, and we would do everything we could to promote and safeguard that investment in the wake of the referendum," a statement from Cameron's office said, following a telephone call between the two leaders.

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  • Mother Shoots And Kills Her Daughters

    A 42-year-old woman shot and killed her two daughters for unknown reasons. She was later fatally shot by police.

  • Would You Be Able to Spot the Drowning Victim in This Crowded Pool?

    This could have been a terrible tragedy if not for this attentive lifeguard.

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  • First RAF Stealth Fighter Jet Lands In UK

    The first of the RAF's new fleet of supersonic £100m fighter jets has touched down in the UK. It was flown by RAF pilot Squadron Leader Hugh Nichols on its maiden nine-hour transatlantic crossing. Ther state-of-the-art fighter jet was accompanied by two United States Marine Corps F-35B aircraft from their training base at Beaufort, South Carolina.

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  • Hilarious photo of Duchess of Cambridge wins photography award

    © Evening Standard Captured by Evening Standard photographer Jeremy Selwyn, the photo won best overall photo in a competition set up by the News Media Association and judged by a panel that included Amateur Photographer Editor Nigel Atherton. Judges said Selwyn’s eye-catching image won Best Overall Rota Photo as it would have immediately caught the eye and drawn readers into the story about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending the annual fundraiser hosted by City broker ICAP. Meanwhile, a striking photo of The Queen in a royal carriage during the State Opening of Parliament (below), by the Press Association’s Dominic Lipinski, scooped the Best Picture Agency Rota Photo.© PA And Gary Longbottom

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  • Rylan Clark-Neal And Husband Dan To Be First Gay Couple To Present This Morning

    Rylan Clark-Neal is no stranger to presenting This Morning, having filled in for various presenters in their absence and regularly sharing the latest showbiz gossip in his own segment. Now, it’s excitingly been revealed that Rylan and his husband, Dan Neal, are being lined-up to present the show together and make history, making them the first gay couple to host This Morning. It’s thought that the couple’s debut at the helm of This Morning will be on Friday 8 July, while Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford are on holiday.

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  • Game of Thrones Bosses Confirm Bad News About The Show's Ending

    Game Of Thrones’ fans are probably still in pretty high spirits after Monday night’s explosive yet amazing Season 6 finale, but show bosses have now confirmed some bad news. Well, nothing ever can stay happy in Westeros, can it? Game Of Thrones’ co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have now admitted that despite the fact there are still two seasons left, they’re going to be a whole lot shorter with there being just thirteen more episodes to come.

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  • This is why Scotland will not get another independence referendum

    Scotland is very unlikely to get another independence referendum, says constitutional expert Peter Catterall of Westminster University. In 2014, 55% of Scots voted to stay in the UK while 45% pipped for independence.

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  • Raheem Sterling Hammered by Critics After 'Bragging' Video of Extravagant Lifestyle Emerges Online

    ​Raheem Sterling has been criticised online after a video of him 'flaunting his wealth' emerged online just days after England's humiliating exit from Euro 2016.  The 21-year-old was showing some friends around a home, showing off a collection of flash cars, including a Ferrari and a Range Rover.  EXCLUSIVE: Raheem Sterling insults #ENG fans by flashing luxury pad after Euro exit — The Sun Football (@TheSunFootball) June 29, 2016 One video...

  • Dennis Quaid Divorcing Kimberly Quaid After 12 Years

    Dennis Quaid is about to be a single man again. His wife Kimberly Quaid filed for divorce, 4 years after filing for divorce the first time.