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West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen strikes twice to extend Norwich misery at the bottom

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David Moyes believes Jarrod Bowen is pushing for an England call and there have certainly been worse ideas. Norwich could not get near the forward here; he was on a mission to score from the outset and, while goals to...

NHS England strikes private hospitals deal to fight Omicron surge

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Hospitals in England will be able to use private hospitals and staff under a deal with the NHS to maintain services as Omicron cases surge, avoiding delays in treatment for patients with illnesses such as cancer. The ...

Amazon faces scrutiny over worker safety after tornado strikes warehouse

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Questions over worker safety at Amazon are intensifying once again after a tornado struck an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, on Friday, leaving six people dead and another hospitalized. On Monday, the fede...

Zenit St Petersburg’s Ozdoev strikes late to deprive Chelsea of top spot

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Chelsea paid for their carelessness again. Just when their strikers remember how to score, their defenders forget how to carry out their jobs. Romelu Lukaku had scored on his first start since 20 October and Timo Wern...

Hail in South Africa and record lows in Europe as extreme weather strikes

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On 25 November, a severe hailstorm hit Klerksdorp in South Africa, damaging businesses and homes alike, during what is their late springtime. Hailstones, the size of golf balls in places, pummelled the city, bringing ...

London Underground strikes threaten to disrupt festive season

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A 24-hour tube strike planned for Friday, the first of two days and eight nights of scheduled strike action, threatens to bring disruption to London in the run up to Christmas. The five lines due to be affected are th...

Holiday shopping ‘hell’: workers brace for unruly customers and labor strikes

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Isabella Burrows, 19, started working at PetSmart in Michigan just ahead of the holiday shopping season in 2020. “It was one of the worst things I’ve had to work through. We didn’t have enough people to deal with thos...

Pfizer strikes deal to allow generic versions of its Covid pill for world’s poor

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US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has announced a deal to make its prospective antiviral Covid-19 pill available more cheaply in the world’s least-wealthy countries. Pfizer will allow generic manufacturers to supply its ...

US school bus drivers in nationwide strikes over poor pay and Covid risk

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Yellow school buses are part of the American streetscape, familiar to families across the US and an easily recognizable symbol the world over. But the drivers of the vehicles that shuttle America’s children to and fro...

The Guardian view on university strikes: another winter of campus discontent

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In February last year, the largest-ever wave of strikes by university staff exposed the level of discontent in a sector where pay and conditions have eroded steadily in recent years. When coronavirus subsequently shut...

Rail strikes planned during Cop26 climate conference called off

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Rail strikes planned for next week’s Cop26 climate conference have been abandoned after trade union leaders confirmed negotiations on a pay rise have been settled. The announcement was made after talks between the RMT...

James Maddison strikes to give Leicester victory at Brentford

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For the second weekend in a row, Brentford learned painfully that the Premier League rarely forgives missed chances. They created enough to beat a spluttery Leicester but instead finished with nothing, falling to Your...

Ethan Hayter strikes world omnium gold as Katie Archibald adds bronze

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Ethan Hayter completed a golden omnium double for Great Britain at the UCI track cycling world championships, winning the men’s event in Roubaix on Saturday. Katie Archibald, who took the women’s omnium gold on Friday...

UK strikes trade deal with New Zealand – but it may add nothing to GDP

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Britain has struck a trade deal with New Zealand, a key ally, as ministers hope to stem the country’s reliance on China – but the agreement is expected to add no value to the UK’s gross domestic product. Despite the D...

DVLA staff to get payments worth £735 as government seeks to avoid strikes

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Staff at the DVLA have been promised payments worth £735 as the government seeks to avoid strike action that risks exacerbating the backlog of tens of thousands of licences awaiting renewal. It is understood the money...

Curse of Asos strikes again as profit forecast and share price tumble

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So much for the idea that lockdown shopping habits had permanently propelled the profits of online specialists into a new stratosphere. Asos, after a knockout year of £194m of pre-exceptional profits, says it will fal...

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