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Newcastle feel hand of Eddie Howe before the spending starts

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Welcome to Newcastle. Twenty-two days into his bespoke survive-and-build mission, Eddie Howe finally got to sit in the home dugout at St James’ Park, for the first leg of a run of games that will define the immediate ...

Early starts and a personal touch: what it’s like to play for Eddie Howe

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When Eddie Howe said on Friday, almost two weeks into the job, that he is yet to see Newcastle in daylight such is the time he has spent at the club’s training ground, it offered a glimpse into the world of a workahol...

Retail sales rise as Christmas shopping starts early in Great Britain

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Retail sales in Great Britain rose for the first time in six months in October as consumers started their Christmas shopping earlier than usual to avoid missing out if there was a shortage of goods. The total volume o...

Ireland starts making contingency plans for UK trade war with EU

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Ireland has begun making contingency plans for a possible trade war between the EU and the UK in the event that Boris Johnson walks away from the Northern Ireland Brexit protocol. Ireland’s deputy prime minister, Leo ...

UK grocery inflation hits 14-month high as Christmas spending starts early – business live

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World Series starts with both teams in court of public opinion

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As Michael Brantley came up to bat in the fifth inning an advert for a gym flashed up on electronic hoardings with the slogan ‘Home of the Judgement Free Zone’. It could easily have served as the motto of a raucous an...

Frozen turkeys in high demand as Christmas shopping starts early

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It is not even Halloween yet, but shoppers have already started their Christmas shopping in earnest with Aldi reporting runaway demand for frozen turkeys. The discounter revealed it is selling 1,500 turkey crowns a da...

The Guardian view on autumn: as summer ends, fresh starts abound

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So, after a late short blaze of summer, autumn is here. The leaves are turning, the blackberries are mostly eaten. So much of our approach to the season in literature and music has a dying fall: “Nothing gold can stay...

Nicola Sturgeon starts work on a new push for Scottish independence

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Nicola Sturgeon has told civil servants to start making a new case for independence, which offers people “an informed choice on Scotland’s future” in the Scottish government’s first legislative programme since last mo...

Ethiopia starts building local rival to Facebook

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Ethiopia has begun developing its own social media platform to rival Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp, though it does not plan to block the global services, the state communications security agency has said. Ethiopia ha...

Erling Haaland double starts Borussia Dortmund campaign in style

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Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland scored twice and set up another three goals as the hosts steamrolled past Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 on Saturday to put down a marker in their Bundesliga opener.It was captain Mar...

Romelu Lukaku starts Chelsea medical after €115m fee agreed with Inter

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Romelu Lukaku has completed the main part of his Chelsea medical in Milan after the Premier League club agreed to pay Internazionale €115m (£97.5m) to re-sign the striker. Lukaku’s representatives are planning for the...

Search starts for new outlook after turgid tour robs Lions of their lustre

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There he was at the end, that familiar half-smile and soft voice: dripping ever so softly those words, sometimes of pride, sometimes patience, sometimes the most enraging little barbs it would be so easy to miss, but ...

Team GB win bronze in men’s eight as inquest starts into poor Olympic regatta

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Great Britain’s men’s eight produced a good performance to take bronze in the Olympic regatta’s final event as the inquest began over a disappointing medal return in Tokyo. The men’s eight were not considered to be re...

GB rowers swerve off course as era of Olympic dominance starts to sink

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Swerving off course, veering out of its lane at the last. Sport loves a metaphor. As Britain’s Olympic rowers reeled off a series of wholehearted but ultimately disappointing finishes at the Tokyo 2020 waterfront it w...

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