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Alice Cooper review – guillotine-wielding rocker is no longer a cut above

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The man on stage has died this way before. The blade catches the spotlight on its way down and a lifeless head tumbles into a basket, ready to be paraded in front of the baying crowd. In Alice Cooper’s world, executio...

Jonathan Cooper obituary

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The barrister Jonathan Cooper, who has died suddenly aged 58, was the driving force behind numerous human rights campaigns over the past 30 years. Exuberant, knowledgable and admired by a wide circle of friends, he wa...

Quade Cooper lands kick after siren as Australia stun South Africa in Rugby Championship

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Quade Cooper capped an incredible Wallabies return, kicking a match-winning penalty after the siren to beat South Africa 28-26 in his first Test for more than four years. A shock call-up to face the world champions, C...

John Cooper Clarke: ‘I draw the line at flapjack, falafel and tripe’

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Dr John Cooper Clarke, Salford’s favourite son, arrives in the whitewashed upper room of St John near London’s Smithfield meat market trailing a suitcase. He’s met the fish man on the way in who, like him, has travell...

‘Climbing fast’ – Scott Cooper and the football revolution in the Philippines

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Until Lionel Messi, Paulino Alcántara was the top scorer in Barcelona’s history with 357 goals. But until the advent of the internet, many had forgotten that “The Net Buster” had been born in the Philippines and inspi...

Swansea head coach Steve Cooper heading for exit after growing unsettled

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Steve Cooper is set to depart Swansea City by mutual consent after growing unsettled at the Championship club. The head coach led Swansea to successive play-off finishes but made clear his concerns over the direction ...

Steve Cooper: making of a World Cup winner with Liverpool in his sights

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When England were pitted against Colombia at the 2018 World Cup, it was time for Steve Cooper to show Gareth Southgate his homework. Cooper, who had led England to the under-17 equivalent of the competition the previo...

End the six-month limit on assault that fails so many domestic abuse victims

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Sarah was attacked by her partner while she was pregnant. She went to A&E but was afraid to talk about what had happened. After her baby was born, Sarah gathered the courage to leave and talk to the police. But be...

Leeds pay tribute to Terry Cooper after former England defender dies aged 77

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The former Leeds defender Terry Cooper has died at the age of 77. The left-back, who won 20 caps for England, played 351 times for the club between 1964 and 1975, scoring 11 times. One of those goals was the winning g...

The law is failing UK domestic abuse victims. But we can change it

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Imagine gathering the strength and courage to report an incident of domestic abuse to the police, only to be told that it is too late for them to take any action – you have been timed out, there’s nothing they can do....

Labour now has a top team ready for government, says Yvette Cooper

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It was one of the most eye-catching moves in Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet reshuffle, marking a comeback for a former cabinet minister who first cut her teeth in government under Tony Blair. And Yvette Cooper has wast...

Leeds’ injury woes deepen with Kalvin Phillips and Liam Cooper out till March

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Marcelo Bielsa has revealed that Leeds will be without their key central midfielder, Kalvin Phillips, and their captain, Liam Cooper, until March and admitted he is struggling to correct his team’s poor form. “I have ...

Terry Cooper obituary

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The footballer Terry Cooper, who has died aged 77, was England’s ebullient left-back in the 1970 World Cup finals in Mexico and Leeds United’s classy, exciting defender when they were at their brutal best in the late ...