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Phil Neville apologizes for misogynistic, sexist tweets
Phil Neville apologizes for misogynistic, sexist tweets Phil Neville apologized Wednesday for misogynistic and sexist comments he made on Twitter that have overshadowed his appointment as coach of England's women's national soccer team and led to calls for him to be charged by the Football Association. "I would like to clarify that they were not…
Welsh supermarket gives out trolley-loads of food for free
Asda delights shoppers by giving away trolley-loads of left over food for FREE to make sure nothing goes to waste A supermarket has been giving away trolley-loads of free food so that none of it goes to waste.Shoppers at Asda in Barry, Wales, were delighted when they arrived at the store this week to see…
Man U beats Spurs 1-0 to keep in touch with Man City in EPL
Man U beats Spurs 1-0 to keep in touch with Man City in EPL LONDON (AP) - Anthony Martial struck late against Tottenham to ensure Manchester United still has Manchester City within its sights at the top of the English Premier League. Martial came off the bench to score the only goal of the game…
UK economy picks up slightly, making rate hike more likely LONDON (AP) - Britain's economy grew by slightly more than expected in the three months through September, official figures showed Wednesday, making it more likely that the Bank of England could raise interest rates next month for the first time in a decade. The Office…
Retail group: Annual retail sales to rise 3.8 to 4.4 percent NEW YORK (AP) - An improving economy and tax changes should help retail sales increase 3.8 percent to 4.4 percent this year, an industry trade group said Thursday. The National Retail Federation's forecast for 2018 comes after retailers saw the biggest sales increase since…