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Arsne Wenger and Arsenal have answers but questions remain | Barney Ronay Uncertainty over the future of Arsne Wenger persists but Arsenal put those troubles behind them as they beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup finalAt the final whistle on a hot, fun, slightly wild afternoon at Wembley, Arsne Wenger crouched on the touchline and
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Everything up for grabs for England in the quickfire Champions Trophy | Vic Marks The Champions Trophys format is a favourite with players and fans and all eight teams in it, including England, can dream of victoryAll eight teams competing in the Champions Trophy are here now; all can harbour thoughts of winning it. It takes five wins
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Bernardo Silva: the bubble gum player bringing his magic to Manchester City Though Bernardo Silva lived in Monaco he had a tiny flat and no dishwasher and Manchester City have signed a down-to-earth, hard-working player with extraordinary technique and visionPicture a professional footballer at one of the best clubs in Europe thi
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Said & Done 2016-17 awards: Fake news, haters and feeling like Jesus Also featuring: Dimitri Payet, Fit and Proper people, and the wrong Mike Dean Related: Gianni Infantino rails at fake news stories and Fifa-bashing Continue reading...
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The Red Turtle review rapturous minimalism from Studio Ghibli This wordless animated fable follows the fortunes of a shipwrecked man on an island and its a masterpieceIn the wake of Hayao Miyazakis The Wind Rises, Isao Takahatas The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and Hiromasa Yonebayashis When Marnie Was There, there w
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Nell Stevens: penguins, paranoia and an old potato on the island of Bleaker The author of the memoir Bleaker House tells of writing the book in a lonely winter on the Falklands with a meagre diet and a lot of ShakespeareNell Stevens was not the woman I was expecting to meet after reading her memoir,Bleaker House. This is an
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'We want a better future': young first-time voters reveal who's firing them up Its said that young people could swing the general election if only more of them voted. First-timers tell us who, if anyone, they intend to supportIn the run-up to the 2015 general election, a report by the market researcher Populus argued that the politi
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How Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalised by his links to Libya The 22-year-old was influenced in part by the people who formed the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a little-known al-Qaida affiliate outlawed in 2004Whoever played with his mind, as he saw the kids coming out [of the arena] all the happy faces he should h
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General election 2017: Tories set to relaunch campaign amid fall in poll lead Follow the days developments as the Conservatives aim to get their election campaign back on track 8.46am BST Good morning. Welcome to the Guardians continuing coverage of the general election campaigning. The home secretary, Amber Rudd, and the shadow ho
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Labor open to boosting troop numbers: 'we can't afford to see Afghanistan lost' Shadow defence minister responds to report the US has joined Natos request for more Australian personnel to combat Isis and al-QuaidaThe shadow defence minister, Richard Marles, has signalled Labor would be open to increasing defence force numbers in Afgh
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