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Kurt Zouma earns West Ham victory as Liverpool run ends with Alisson errors

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The scenes at the final whistle said it all. An explosion of noise from most of those in attendance while, in front of them, those in claret and blue celebrated and sighed in relief in equal measure. It had been that ...

Morning mail: Morrison apologises, vaccine rollout errors, Facebook leak

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Good morning! There’s plenty happening today on Wednesday 24 March. Thankfully rain is easing on the east coast but there is still danger in flood waters. Vaccine rollouts aren’t going to plan in Australia and Facebo...

Covid live: Russia reports record 1,000 deaths; UK investigates testing errors

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Country’s death toll passes 1,000 mark for first time since the start of the pandemic; record number of Covid jabs administered by healthcare workers

What if police violence was scrutinized as ruthlessly as athletes’ errors?

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Thirty-three weeks. That’s how long it had been since the Milwaukee Bucks walked away from a playoff game against the Orlando Magic. That boycott – hatched after police in Wisconsin shot an unarmed black man named Jac...

Liverpool’s unforced errors cannot detract from the one Klopp made

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Eradicate the mistakes, pass the ball better and Liverpool will be unrecognisable against Real Madrid next Wednesday with or without the backing of a frenzied Anfield crowd. That, at least, was Jürgen Klopp’s hope dur...

‘I am still waiting’: some Australians turned away from getting Covid vaccine because of register errors

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Incorrect or missing records on the national immunisation register are causing some people to be turned away from getting a Covid-19 vaccine in locked-down Sydney, while others are being wrongly recorded as receiving ...

Our Ladies review – boisterous comedy of schoolgirl errors

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“Bottoms up, knickers down” is the unofficial motto of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, a Catholic school in the Scottish Highlands whose rambunctious choir take a day trip to Edinburgh to compete in a singing competiti...

The Guardian view on finance failures: manmade errors amplified by machines

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The late economist Hyman Minsky was a pioneer in understanding finance’s grip on the US economy – and the consequences for society. In the 1980s, he predicted the rise of “money manager capitalism” and foresaw that in...