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    • Burton Albion v Manchester City: Carabao Cup semi-final second leg – live!
      Live updates from the Pirelli Stadium, kick-off 7.45pm (GMT)Burton rallies around Clough’s men as City arrive with 9-0 head startFeel free to email Scott your thoughts 9.34pm GMT 90 min: Hutchinson shows Foden a clean pair of heels down the left. But just as Burton start to dream about the cross that leads to that […]
    • Pelosi bars Trump from delivering State of the Union in House – live
      Pelosi says Trump cannot deliver speech from House chamber until government is reopenedSign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 9.34pm GMT Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has blocked a bill to reopen the government ... again. For those keeping track, this is the fourth time the Kentucky Republican has refused efforts by Democrats to […]
    • West Indies v England: first Test, day one – live reaction!
      The brilliant Jimmy Anderson and Ben Stokes took four late wickets to leave England on top, with West Indies closing on 264-8 in Barbados 9.31pm GMT Related: Ben Stokes’s five-ball burst underlines claims he is Flintoff’s heir apparent | Ali Martin 9.23pm GMT “Hi Rob,” says Peter Johansen. “I wasn’t sure what to think about […]
    • Venezuela: Trump recognises opposition leader as president
      Juan Guaidó also recognised by Canada, Brazil and ArgentinaDefiant Maduro urges supporters to ‘resist at all costs’Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó has declared himself the interim president, in a dramatic escalation of efforts to force out Nicolás Maduro, who has overseen the country’s slide into authoritarianism and economic ruin.Guaidó was quickly recognised by the US, […]
    • Gonzalo Higuaín completes move to Chelsea on initial loan deal
      Forward joins from Juventus after ending Milan loanHiguaín will reunite with Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea Chelsea have confirmed the signing of Argentinian forward Gonzalo Higuaín. The 31-year-old has moved to Stamford Bridge on an initial loan basis.Higuaín will reunite with Maurizio Sarri after ending his loan at Milan in order to seal his move from […]
    • Borussia Dortmund prepared to break transfer record to sign Wilfried Zaha
      • Bundesliga leaders interested in Crystal Palace forward• Palace expected to demand more than £50m for ZahaBorussia Dortmund have expressed an interest in signing Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace in the summer, with the Bundesliga leaders prepared to smash their transfer record to sign the Ivory Coast international.Dortmund are understood to have already made contact […]
    • Emiliano Sala: little hope player and pilot are alive, say rescuers
      Police to decide on Thursday whether to keep searching, as pilot is named as Dave IbbotsonRescuers fear there is little hope of finding the footballer Emiliano Sala and an experienced pilot alive after their light aircraft went missing over the Channel Islands.The search for the new Cardiff City striker Sala and the pilot, who has […]
    • ‘All our hearts are very red’ – Mick Schumacher enters Ferrari maelstrom | Giles Richards
      Michael Schumacher’s son kept his head down while rising through the ranks but driving in F2 and testing a Ferrari F1 car will put the 19-year-old in the spotlight like never beforeFour years ago when Michael Schumacher’s son, Mick, made his car racing debut, there was an unmistakable sense of anticipation and excitement in the […]
    • Planet crash that made moon left key elements for life on Earth, scientists say
      Most of carbon and nitrogen that makes up our bodies probably came from passing planet, researchers believeThe cosmic collision that made the moon left a host of elements behind on Earth that were crucial for life to emerge, US scientists have claimed.The impact 4.4bn years ago is thought to have occurred when an itinerant planet […]
    • Davos 2019: Prince William says mental health stigma must end - live
      Rolling coverage of the second day of the World Economic Forum, as Shinzo Abe, Angela Merkel and Wang Qishan all speak, and Prince William discusses mental health William: Wartime Brits repressed their emotions - it’s better to talkPrince William and Jacinda Ardern on mental healthMerkel defends world orderJeremy Wright: Here to discuss AIFox: I’m here […]
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