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October 13, 2016 9:01 AM Willian misses Chelsea's clash with Leicester following mother's death

Chelsea midfielder Willian will miss his side's match against Premier League champions Leicester on Saturday following the death of his mother. The Brazilian, who has been granted compassionate leave, wrote a poem in tribute to her on Instagram on Thursday after her death, reportedly of cancer. On the club's official website, Chelsea said: "All of us at Chelsea 17

October 13, 2016 6:07 AM Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit will be second best, at the very most

Nicola Sturgeon and I sit down ahead of her party’s conference on the day that Holyrood magazine has carried an exclusive piece by the Prime Minister, Theresa May, in which she claims that the SNP is as culpable as any party for Brexit. May’s strong assertion is based on her view that because the nationalists have been in power for almost a decade in Scotland 27

October 13, 2016 5:04 AM Agent Scott McGarvey on Daily Telegraph sting and Sam Allardyce's England exit

Football agent Scott McGarvey speaks to Sky Sports News HQ about the Daily Telegraph sting, Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager and the desire to clear his name. McGarvey introduced Allardyce to undercover reporters he believed were businessmen representing a firm of investors earlier this year. One video on The Daily Telegraph website allegedly 21

October 12, 2016 10:55 PM Marmite and mates the new front line in Brexit war

The humble jar of Marmite looks set to bring home to UK consumers how Brexit is likely to drive up prices, writes Ian King. Those who have travelled abroad this summer to the United States or the Eurozone and found that their pound goes less further than it did the same time last year will already have felt that impact. However, for those Britons who have stayed 22

October 12, 2016 7:59 PM Fear of Islamic State has become cast-iron excuse to bomb Aleppo

'IS has become the cast-iron excuse for the Syrian regime and allies to bomb pretty much wherever they want,' says Alex Crawford. Children and women are dying daily. By the time you finish reading this article, there is a very good chance many more will be dead. As I am typing this story, doctors are texting me telling me another five children have been hurt. Hospitals 22

October 12, 2016 12:24 PM Killer-obsessed schoolgirl guilty of friend murder bid

A girl who was obsessed with serial killers and school shootings has been found guilty of attempting to murder her best friend at their school. She lured her victim to a quiet area at the Hampshire school by promising her a gift before stabbing her in the chest, Winchester Crown Court heard. The attacker, who cannot be named for legal reasons but was then aged 14, was influenced 24

October 12, 2016 10:45 AM The government is NOT prepared for a robot uprising: MPs warn millions of Brits will lose their jobs to AI machines

From driverless cars to virtual personal assistants - breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) technology could lead to a loss of jobs for humans. And humankind currently does not have the skills to compete, according to a new report. Government officials have called for a Commission on AI to be established in order to investigate the social, ethical 24

October 12, 2016 10:43 AM Software engineer with internet-connected kettle waits 11 hours for tea

IT IS A WELL known fact that most English people cannot survive without their morning cup of tea. It’s a simple wish, and not one that should be impeded by anything - science or otherwise. So let us offer this cautionary tale as a warning for anyone who believes that the Internet of Things (IoT) will save us all. Our story starts simply enough: a kettle 37

October 12, 2016 8:38 AM The UK is totally unprepared for our robot future, MPs warn

Advances in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are going to completely change how we live and work but the UK government is totally unprepared, MPs have warned. The Science and Technology Committee released a report on Wednesday warning that the UK government "does not yet have a strategy" for equipping citizens with the skills they need to flourish 23

October 12, 2016 6:41 AM A 23 year old man has died following a serious collision at a junction in Horwich

A MAN has died and a woman is in a critical condition after a car crashed into railings at a junction in Horwich this morning. Shortly before 2am police were called to a single vehicle collision at the junction of Winter Hey Lane and Chorley New Road in Horwich. On attendance officers found a silver Toyota Yaris had collided with railings on the side of the road. A man and a woman 20 1