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    Increase in job vacancies at highest since coronavirus lockdown, study finds

    More than 120,000 new job adverts were posted last week, the highest number since the coronavirus lockdown, according to a report.The total number of vacancies is now around 1.2 million, said the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).

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    Highest single-day rise in coronavirus cases 'stark warning for public,' health leaders warn

    Health officials have warned the public to take heed of the "stark warning" of coronavirus cases rising to their highest level yet.A total of 6,634 new cases were recorded on Thursday - the largest daily count since the beginning of the pandemic.

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    Harry and Meghan pay undisclosed upfront sum for rent and refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage

    Prince Harry and Meghan have paid an undisclosed upfront sum for the rent and refurbishment of their UK home Frogmore Cottage, royal accountants have disclosed.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who quit as full-time working royals and relocated to the US, had already announced paying back the £2.4 million spent renovating the Windsor property after they signed a £112m deal with Netflix.

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    Parkrun's return in October scrapped due to coronavirus measures

    Parkrun will not return in October due to stricter Covid-19 rules.The mass participation event, which takes place in more than 700 green spaces across the UK, was first suspended in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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    Pubgoers in England face first night of 10pm curfew under new coronavirus measures

    Pubgoers piled out onto the streets of Britain as the new 10pm coronavirus curfew came into effect on Thursday night.Under the new regulations certain businesses like restaurants and pubs must close between 10pm and 5am.

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    Jose Mourinho says goals were 'too small' ahead of Tottenham Europa League win against KF Shkendija

    Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that his side arrived at Thursday night’s Europa League qualifier against Macedonian side KF Shkendija to find that the goals were too small.Spurs survived a brief scare to run out 3-1 winners and move within one win of the competition’s group stage, thanks to goals from Erik Lamela, Heung-min Son and Harry Kane.

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    Jurgen Klopp hails Kostas Tsimikas and Diogo Jota after Liverpool demolish Lincoln

    Jurgen Klopp paid tribute to Kostas Tsimikas and Diogo Jota after both summer signings made their competitive Liverpool debuts in a thumping win over Lincoln City.Tsimikas, who arrived from Olympiacos in August, played 90 minutes at left-back as the Reds ran out 7-2 winners in the League Cup at Sincil Bank.

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    Bayern Munich edge past Sevilla with late Javi Martinez header securing Uefa Super Cup victory

    A header from substitute Javi Martinez in extra time saw Bayern Munich beat Sevilla 2-1 to win the UEFA Super Cup in an entertaining encounter in Budapest on Thursday night.The European champions came out strongly in the opening minutes of the game, in which a limited number of fans were allowed back in the stands, but it was the Europa League winners who went ahead after David Alaba was adjudged to have fouled Ivan Rakitic in the area early on.

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    Liam Delap could be Man City's very own Erling Haaland as teenager shows he can be another option up front

    With his blonde locks, long gait, broad shoulders and unerring finish, there was something very familiar about Liam Delap’s opening goal in Manchester City’s 2-1 win against Bournemouth.Even as he wheeled away, arms outstretched in celebration, it was hard not to compare the 17-year-old striker with another teenaged forward.

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    Cardiff on verge of tougher restrictions as coronavirus cases ‘accelerate rapidly’

    Cardiff could face tougher local restrictions after the number of coronavirus cases in the Welsh capital "accelerated rapidly", officials have said.Cardiff Council leader Huw Thomas said the city was "yet" to face local lockdown measures but had seen 38.2 cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 people over the past five days.