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November 6, 2016 9:12 PM The Warm-Up: Phobias, rabonas and international break moaners

Adam Hurrey reflects on the weird and wonderful weekend that was. It was the nearest thing to a surprise that Gareth Southgate’s settled/limited England squad could muster: Jack Wilshere’s recent completion of consecutive football matches has been deemed enough to bring him back into the international fold. In that sense, his loan spell at Bournemouth 26

November 6, 2016 5:19 AM South Carolina's 'serial killer': Convicted rapist who 'kept woman chained in a metal container and killed her boyfriend' shows cops TWO more graves at his farm and confesses to 13-year-old quadruple murder

A South Carolina realtor accused of kidnapping a woman and keeping her chained in a metal container has confessed to a quadruple murder and shown officers two additional shallow graves on his property. Todd Christopher Kohlhepp, 45, was pictured Saturday afternoon in an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs on his 100-acre farmland in Woofruff, South Carolina 27 1

November 6, 2016 2:02 AM Crackdown on cyber crime in Hampshire

IT IS the £1.9 billion crusade forming the vanguard of Britain’s war against global cyber criminals. Chancellor Philip Hammond, pictured inset left, has pledged to plough fresh investment into the escalating battle to tackle hackers threatening UK national security and that of individual citizens – including those in Hampshire. The fears, seemingly the stuff 32

November 6, 2016 12:17 AM May faces backlash on multiple fronts as critics round on treatment of Brexit judges

However, the individuals who took the decision have faced an angry backlash from some Conservative MPs and sections of the media. Bob Neill, the Tory chairman of the justice select committee, said the attacks were "threatening the independence of our judiciary" and had "no place in a civilised land". He said: "Some of the things which have been said about 29

November 5, 2016 10:09 PM Wayne Bennett slams England’s display despite win over Scotland

Wayne Bennett could not hide his disappointment after England struggled to a 38-12 win over tournament outsiders Scotland to keep alive their hopes of reaching the Ladbrokes Four Nations final. Last Saturday’s dramatic 17-16 defeat by New Zealand left England with no room for error in their remaining two group games and they had to overcome a scare at Coventry’s 25

November 5, 2016 5:49 PM Breaking: Wolves appoint ex Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert as the new manager

Walter Zenga's replacement has been confirmed He replaces Walter Zenga who was sacked last week after 87 days in charge at Molineux. The hunt for a new manager has seen a number of candidates linked, names from Europe were mentioned alongside the usual array of out-of-work candidates. The final three managers were selected early this week with Nigel 19

November 5, 2016 3:52 PM Fact check: Clinton's final campaign push

With the presidential election just a few days away, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making their final appeals with multiple stops in key swing states. In our experience, we have found that facts are stretched more than usual in the final, desperate days of a close presidential campaign. And that is certainly the case this year. In stump speeches 40

November 5, 2016 10:00 AM PIERS MORGAN: My friend Donald is not the new Hitler but he IS a swaggering, shameless braggart

'See you at the White House,’ said my friend Donald Trump the last time I saw him in New York several months ago. He wasn’t joking. ‘I’m going to win, and I’m going to win big,’ he clarified, with his usual astonishing self-confidence. Then he gave me a bear-hug and marched off with his Secret Service detail. In just two days, the world will discover 24

November 5, 2016 1:18 AM ‘I Saw My Father Dying’: A View From Aleppo’s Government-Held Side

Even as Syria and Russia threatened an all-out assault on the rebel side of Aleppo, saying Friday was the last chance for people there to exit, they had been unable to put down a counteroffensive by a broad array of insurgents. Three Qaeda-linked suicide bombers attacked a military position with explosive-packed personnel carriers on Thursday, military 38

November 4, 2016 9:46 PM PM urged to calm 'fascist state' backlash from Brexit court ruling

Tory MPs have called on Theresa May to take action to calm the backlash sparked by the controversial High Court ruling on the process for leaving the European Union. Former ministers have warned the Prime Minister she must "make clear" that the independence of the judiciary is a fundamental element of British democracy. The judges behind the ruling that Mrs May must seek MPs' approval 24