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FA and Met deserve greater share of the blame than Casey review suggests

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“I am not in the business of individual blame. So if people are looking for a report that tries to make scapegoats of individuals you won’t find that.” So said Louise Casey of her comprehensive report into the events ...

UK spy chief suggests Beijing risks ‘miscalculation’ over west’s resolve

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China is at risk of “miscalculating through over-confidence” over Taiwan, said the MI6 head, Richard Moore, in a statement clearly intended to warn Beijing to back off any attempt to seize control of the island. Givin...

Ban MPs from working as paid consultants, watchdog suggests

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MPs should face a complete ban on working as paid consultants and ministers should be more open about any potential conflicts of interest, parliament’s internal standards watchdog has proposed among a series of new an...

Ashley Giles suggests Michael Vaughan should be given ‘second chance’

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Ashley Giles, the managing director of the England men’s team, has indicated he believes Michael Vaughan should be given a chance to be rehabilitated and resume his media career after the allegations of racism made ag...

Housework may promote health in old age, study suggests

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Household chores might seem a drag, but researchers have suggested tasks like dusting, scrubbing floors and washing the windows might help adults to stay healthy into old age. Writing in the journal BMJ Open, a Singap...

Trump’s allies think they can defy the Capitol attack panel. History suggests otherwise

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Donald Trump’s extraordinary claim of executive privilege as a former president to prevent any of his aides and agents from testifying before the House select committee to investigate the 6 January attack on the US Ca...

Whole genome sequencing could save NHS millions of pounds, study suggests

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The use of whole genome sequencing could save the NHS millions of pounds, a study suggests, after it found a quarter of people with rare illnesses received a diagnosis for their condition through the technology. In so...

Pfizer Covid pills highly effective at preventing deaths, trial suggests

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Pfizer has said that its experimental antiviral pill for Covid-19 cut rates of hospital admission and death by nearly 90%, as the drugmaker joins the race to bring the first easy-to-use medication against the coronavi...

Attorney for Rust armorer suggests sabotage on set of Baldwin shooting

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A lawyer for the armorer who oversaw weapons used on the Rust movie set suggested on Wednesday that someone deliberately put a live round into the gun used by Alec Baldwin when he accidentally shot dead a cinematograp...

Covid-19 virus does not infect human brain cells, study suggests

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The virus that causes Covid-19 does not infect human brain cells, according to a study published in the journal Cell. The findings will raise hopes that the damage caused by Sars-CoV-2 might be more superficial and re...

New evidence suggests Vikings – and their mice – beat Portugal to the Azores

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They came from the land of the ice and snow and the midnight sun – but still ended up in some balmy destinations. This is the conclusion of researchers who have discovered evidence to support the idea that the Vikings...

Boris Johnson has ‘fragile male ego’, suggests Nicola Sturgeon

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Nicola Sturgeon has suggested Boris Johnson’s “fragile male ego” is the reason why he sends Michael Gove to do the bulk of the negotiating with devolved governments. The first minister said Johnson had a different app...

Covid: vaccinated as likely as unjabbed to infect cohabiters, study suggests

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People who are fully vaccinated against Covid yet catch the virus are just as infectious to others in their household as infected unvaccinated people, research suggests. Households are a key setting for the transmissi...

Third of new students in England show signs of depression, survey suggests

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More than a third of first-year students in England who started university this autumn have shown symptoms of depression and anxiety, a survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggests. Almost two in five (...

Great white shark attacks on humans may be case of mistaken identity, study suggests

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On the rare occasion a great white shark attacks a human, the bite may be the result of mistaken identity, according to new research. A study by Australian scientists suggests the apex predator may not be able to visu...

Everything suggests United’s players have given up on Solskjær

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Manchester United can play worse than they did against Liverpool. Yes, yes, I know, but before you click out please stick with me for a second. Though their defending was as bad as defending can be – again – until thi...

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