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Dean Henderson and Donny van de Beek to start for Manchester United against Young Boys

Dean Henderson and Donny van de Beek will start Manchester United’s Champions League group stage meeting with Young Boys, Ralf Rangnick has confirmed. The United interim manager said both players would be handed a chance to impress at Old Trafford on Wednesday night after having to make do with limited playing time under his predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Henderson is yet to make an appearance for United's first team this season after suffering a delayed start to the season due to a hip injury and suffering with Covid-19, while Van de Beek has only made three starts. Rangnick confirmed that both will be part of his starting line-up against Young Boys and that they will have a chance to stake their claim for a place. “To start with, they will both play tomorrow in the first XI," Rangnick said. "You saw Donny came on as a sub on Sunday and Dean is a very good and ambitious goalkeeper. “We definitely need two goalkeepers, we have even three with Tom [Heaton] and with [Lee] Grant we have a fourth one, so we have four goalkeepers, but we have three goalkeepers who I would say would come into recognition for the first team. “As I said, I have to get to know the players first in the next couple of weeks to finally assess them. I am more than happy to have all of them on board and I will try to give them as much time as possible." Rangnick added: "Everyone has the chance to perform and present himself. “That is why I am happy to give game time to quite a few of those players tomorrow to see them under pressure in a Champions League game in front of 75,000 in a sold out stadium. “This is a perfect opportunity to get to know the players, like I did last Sunday against Palace. We have only had a week of training so far. With every training session, every opportunity to see them in competitive games, I will get to know them better." Edinson Cavani and Raphael Varane are both back in light training but Rangnick said that neither would be available to play the final group game, with United already guaranteed of finishing top of Group F. Anthony Martial is also unavailable after picking up a knee injury before Sunday's win over Crystal Palace, though could return to contention with Cavani and Varane next week. Read More Ralf Rangnick confirms two new Manchester United staff members Football rumours: Cesar Azpilicueta edging closer to Barcelona move Chelsea to host non-league Chesterfield in FA Cup third round

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Veteran Labour MP Harriet Harman to stand down at next election

Labour MP and former minister Harriet Harman has announced that she will stand down at the next general election. She confirmed the news on Tuesday morning by publishing her email to Camberwell and Peckham Labour Party members on social media. Ms Harman wrote that it had been an “overwhelming honour” to be an MP “representing and working for the people of Camberwell and Peckham for nearly 40 years”. She said that she could leave the Commons “now confident that Labour is gaining strength under the leadership of Keir Starmer and the new team he has appointed”. As the longest-ever continuously serving female MP in the House of Commons, Ms Harman was given the nickname “Mother of the House” by prime minister Theresa May in 2017. She has worked with eight different Labour leaders and under seven different prime ministers. She has also won her London seat eleven times since first taking it in a 1982 by-election. Under Tony Blair, Ms Harman was secretary of state for social security and the first minister for women. In her statement she wrote: “I entered the Commons as one of only 11 Labour women MPs in a parliament that was 97 per cent men. Now there are 104 Labour women and across all parties women MPs are a ‘critical mass’. “But there remains much more to de done till women genuinely share political power with men on equal terms and until women in this country are equal.” She continued: “I will leave the House of Commons with my feminism, my belief in Labour and my enthusiasm for politics undimmed.” Ms Harman has held a raft of posts within the Labour party, including two brief stints as leader after Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband stepped down. In her email she said she remained proud of the achievements of the Labour government: referencing the introduction of the national minimum wage, the right to civil partnership, Sure Start children’s centres and the Equality Act. Two other long-serving Labour MPs, Barry Sheerman and Dame Margaret Hodge, have also announced their plans to step down at the next general election. Read More Minister accused of ‘running away’ from MPs as thouands face 11th night without power Nine new omicron cases found across England What are the rules about bringing babies into the House of Commons? Minister ‘surprised’ if parliament didn’t have illegal drug use Nicola Sturgeon asks Scots to work from home until mid-January Boris Johnson says ‘rules were followed’ at No.10 party as Sunak denies attending

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Tech, auto help European shares to best gains in over a year

By Anisha Sircar and Susan Mathew (Reuters) -European stocks jumped 2.5% on Tuesday, boosted by a strong rebound in technology

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American Airlines taps president Isom as next CEO

By Rajesh Kumar Singh and Abhijith Ganapavaram (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc CEO Doug Parker will hand over the

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GSK-Medicago announce positive results for trial Covid vaccine

British pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline and Canada's Medicago said on Tuesday they had seen positive results with a candidate Covid-19 vaccine

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Volkswagen exploring IPO of luxury carmaker Porsche -sources

BERLIN/HAMBURG (Reuters) -Volkswagen is still exploring a possible initial public offering of its luxury brand Porsche AG as a way

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ABB unveils higher sales and profit targets

By John Revill ZURICH (Reuters) -ABB unveiled higher sales and profitability targets on Tuesday as the Swiss engineering company expects

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How to Unlock the Cooper Carbine in Warzone Pacific

Season 1 of Call of Duty: Vanguard will bring a few new weapons to players' arsenals, including the new Cooper Carbine Assault Rifle. Here's how to unlock it.

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PSG 2-0 Club Brugge LIVE! - Mbappe brace - Champions League match stream, latest score and goal updates today

PSG vs Club Brugge LIVE! Lionel Messi and Co are out to end Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League group stage on a high with the visit of Club Brugge. The Ligue 1 leaders have drawn both of their last two games and were consigned to second place in Group A following the defeat to Man City late last month. But there is still plenty to play for- for Club Brugge, who know a better result than RB Leipzig tonight will earn them a consolation spot in the Europa League knockouts. The two teams go into these evening kick-offs level on four points, with the Germans at home to City. Having claimed a surprise draw at home to PSG in the reverse fixture before beating Leipzig, the Belgians have enjoyed a solid group stage but lost 5-0 at home to Leipzig on matchweek 5 - but are on a three-game winning run in domestic action. With kick-off at 5.45pm, join us for all the action from Parc des Princes... Read More PSG vs Club Brugge: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results - preview RB Leipzig vs Man City: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results - preview

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S.African law change plan to allow land expropriation fails to pass

By Tim Cocks JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -A proposal to change South Africa's constitution to explicitly allow expropriation of land with no compensation

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Biden and Putin speak at a critical moment for Ukraine

President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke for about two hours over a secure video call on Tuesday in what is expected to be a highly consequential meeting for the two leaders amid escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

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Alec Baldwin kisses wife Hilaria under the mistletoe days after deleting Twitter account

Alec Baldwin shared a kiss under the mistletoe with his wife Hilaria days after he denied firing the gun that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his film Rust. Hilaria, 37, uploaded a photo on Instagram showing her pulling her husband close in a romantic display. Alongside the picture, she wrote: “Tis the season.” Hutchins was shot and killed when a gun held by Baldwin went off during filming for the Western movie in New Mexico on October 21. Since then, the couple have been spotted on multiple occasions in the Hamptons area of Long Island, New York. The embattled actor deleted his Twitter account on Monday amid an ongoing investigation into Hutchins’ death and criticism from other celebrities, including George Clooney. It comes just days after Baldwin gave an emotional interview to ABC News in which he denied pulling the trigger on the handgun before Hutchins’ death. “I let go of the hammer, bang,” he said. “The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud.” Baldwin said that he has been told by police “in the know” that it is “highly unlikely” he will face a criminal charge. He added: “Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who it is, but it’s not me.” Actor George Clooney last month branded the shooting “insane and infuriating” and said he had always checked personally to see if his props were loaded. Asked about the Hollywood star’s comments, Baldwin told ABC News: “There were a lot of people who felt it necessary to contribute some comment to the situation, which really didn’t help the situation at all. “If your protocol is you checking the gun every time, well, good for you. Good for you.” Hilaria has previously spoken out in support of her husband. On Friday, she posted a photo from her wedding day on Instagram accompanied by a length message. She wrote: “I am here, I love you, and I will take care of you.’ These were the only words that came to me when we learned Halyna had died. “I remember saying that phrase over and over again. The horrific loss, the torture to her family, and you, my husband, somehow put in this unthinkable nightmare.” Read More Alec Baldwin says of shooting: ‘someone is responsible...it’s not me’ Crying Alec Baldwin denies pulling gun trigger in Halyna Hutchins tragedy ‘There was no hoax’: Smollett denies staging racist attack

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Ethiopia hits back against international criticism of detentions

NAIROBI (Reuters) - International criticism that the Ethiopian government is arresting citizens based on their ethnicity is incorrect and undermines Ethiopia's

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Elizabeth Holmes to resume testimony as fraud trial nears end

By Jody Godoy SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) - Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is expected to face further cross-examination on Tuesday

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In Shringla’s Bangladesh visit, focus on bilateral cooperation, boosting connectivity

Cooperation in areas such as connectivity, green energy, e-commerce and water-sharing figured in foreign secretary Harsh Shringla’s meetings with Bangladeshi officials in Dhaka on Tuesday

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Amazon down: Shopping giant and web services hit by technical problems, causing issues across internet

Amazon Web Services, the shopping giant’s internet infrastructure arm, is experiencing technical issues that are echoing across much of the rest of the internet. A variety of websites and services were hit by problems apparently because of issues with the underlying technology, which is provided by Amazon Web Services or AWS.

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‘Croydon Cat Killer’ really was foxes and not human, suggests new study

The so-called Croydon Cat Killer was likely foxes, and not a human, a new study has found. A hunt for an alleged cat serial killer was sparked after hundreds of felines were reported mutilated across London between 2014 and 2018. After a three-year probe - costing £130,000 - Scotland Yard declared in 2018 the beloved pets were likely mutilated by scavenging wildlife. More than 20,000 people signed a petition at the time protesting the Met’s conclusions - but on Tuesday, a new report said police were likely right. Researchers at the Royal Veterinary College carried out DNA tests and autopsies on the bodies of 32 of the dead cats between 2016 and 2018. “The results found a clear link between cat carcass mutilation and the presence of fox DNA on the carcass,” said the study. “There was also a clear association between puncture wounds, consistent with scavenging by carnivores, and the deceased cats.” No evidence of human involvement was found, and on ten of the cats, researchers discovered puncture wounds like those made by foxes on lambs. For the other cats examined, antifreeze, being hit by a car, and liver failure, were among the causes of death. “The narrative of the so-called ‘cat killer’ was a good example of the human tendency to pick out what we want from data, demonstrating our inclination to stop investigating when we think we have made a major discovery or noticed a particular pattern,” said the RVC’s Dr Henny Martineau. “It is the job of scientists – in this instance, veterinary pathologists – to identify and overcome such confirmation bias.” Stuart Orton, East Hertfordshire Chief Inspector, said he hoped the findings would bring comfort to owners who believed their pets were targeted by a serial killer. “While the subject was a matter of much speculation at the time online, we now believe that there was no human involvement,” he said. The study was published in the journal Veterinary Pathology. Read More Police release new images of men following antisemitic abuse Met ‘considers’ complaints No 10 Xmas parties breached Covid rules Police seek three men after antisemitic attack on Hanukkah party bus

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Mark Meadows to halt cooperation with January 6 committee

Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will no longer cooperate with the House select committee investigating January 6 insurrection, according to a letter from his attorney to the panel, which was obtained by CNN on Tuesday.

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Emma Hayes insists it’s ‘business as usual’ for Chelsea against Juventus after recent FA Cup glory

Chelsea boss Emma Hayes is confident there will be no hangover from her side’s FA Cup final triumph when they face Juventus on Wednesday. With a comprehensive 3-0 win over Arsenal at Wembley, Chelsea secured a delayed domestic treble for the 2020/21 season, adding FA Cup glory to their Women’s Super League and League Cup titles. They now go straight into another big game, at home to Juventus in the Champions League. Chelsea are top of Group A as it stands, three points ahead of the Italian side. Hayes has no worries that her side will let their standards slip just a few days after success at Wembley. “We’ve been here so many times and because of that we just know how to do it,” Hayes said. “It’s not unusual for us any more to be in a cup final at Wembley, or play Juventus three days later. This is normal for us so I just think it’s business as usual.” The women’s Champions League introduced a group stage this season, rather than the straight knockout competition that was in place for previous campaigns. Hayes has welcomed the change, and believe it is helping her personally as a manager. “I love the group stage, it’s such a great idea, it’s really needed,” Hayes said. “It’s helped my team, and it will help every team and develop a pool of quality teams across Europe so there’s no doubt it’s really helped. “I love Champions League football, I like big games. I like to test myself and be in those situations where I’m having to improve. “I like to get better, I want to keep working as a coach to see different ideas, find different solutions, keep challenging the group to finding their best level. (That’s) the thing I love the most about coaching.” Read More Arsenal 0-3 Chelsea: Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby star in Women’s FA Cup final as Blues win belated domestic treble Jonas Eidevall wants immediate reaction from Arsenal players as Chelsea triumph in Women’s FA Cup final Emma Hayes hails Chelsea players after securing domestic treble - ‘We’ve painted Wembley blue’

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European Gas Prices Jump as U.S. Weighs More Sanctions on Russia

(Bloomberg) -- European natural gas futures jumped as traders weighed the risk of fresh international sanctions against top supplier Russia

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Senate ratifies bicam report on bill for learners with disabilities

MANILA, Philippines — The Senate ratified on Tuesday the bicameral conference committee report on a bill seeking to establish services for learners with disabilities in support of inclusive education.The bicam report was on the reconciled version of Senate Bill No. 1907 and House Bill No. 8080.Approved on third and final reading in the Senate in May, Senate Bill No. 1907 seeks to establish and maintain at least one Inclusive Learning Resource Center (ILRC) in all cities and municipalities.Among the services that centers will offer are linguistic solutions for deaf learners’ concerns, speech-language pathology and audiology services, physical and occupational therapy, coun

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Kellogg to permanently replace striking workers as union rejects new contract

By Praveen Paramasivam (Reuters) -Kellogg Co said on Tuesday a majority of its U.S. cereal plant workers have voted against

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Ahan Shetty and KL Rahul twin in white at event, actor’s girlfriend Tania Shroff joins them. See photos

Ahan Shetty was joined by KL Rahul and Tania Shroff at a cafe launch in Mumbai. See pictures here.

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The rise of Vicky Kaushal: A look at the groom to be’s career milestones

As Vicky Kaushal gets married to his ladylove Katrina Kaif, we take you through the 33-year-old’s career trajectory and journey from being an assistant director to one of Bollywood’s most sought-after actors

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CSAB Special Round 2 seat allocation result 2021 out at csab.nic.in, direct link

CSAB Special Round 2 seat allocation result: Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) on Tuesday, December 7 released the CSAB Counselling 2021 special Round 2 seat allocation results.

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