Roger Federer vs Dominic Thiem LIVE: ATP Finals updates as Federer faces shock exit | Tennis | Sport

[ad_1] Federer suffered a shock defeat to Kei Nishikori in his opening group match and results elsewhere have since gone against the Swiss star.Nishikori was thrashed by Kevin Anderson earlier today meaning Federer must win to keep his semi-final hopes alive.But the world No 3 skipped practice yesterday because he feels the grass courts at Queen's do not replicate the ATP Finals hard court.And he also had a moan about

Brexit deal: Tories days are NUMBERED – IDS accuses May of ‘breaking agreed position’ | Politics | News

[ad_1] The Brexiteer warned that if reports of the deal's contents were true the Government was "breaking their own agreed position and will be bringing back something that is untenable".The former Tory party leader has blasted the handling of negotiations and said the Government have put themselves in an “impossible position”Mr Smith said: “If the Cabinet agrees it, the party certainly won't".Asked if the Government's days were numbered he said:

Juul Will Stop Selling Most E-Cigarette Flavors in Stores and Halt Social Media Promotions

[ad_1] On Tuesday, CNBC reported that Fontem Ventures, a unit of Imperial Tobacco Group, would raise the minimum age to buy pods on its website to 21. The company sells blu e-cigarettes, which come in various fruity flavors.Since it came on the market in 2015, Juul has become catnip to teenagers, who had been drilled since preschool days on the perils of cigarette smoking. The name itself sounded like a
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Charles Bronson ‘threatened to gouge HMP Wakefield governor’s eyes’

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Image caption Charles Bronson was first jailed for armed robbery in 1974, and has served more than 40 years in jail A prison governor has described to jurors the moment notorious inmate Charles Bronson held him on the floor and threatened to gouge his eyes out.Mark Docherty claims Bronson, 65, attacked him at the start of a welfare meeting at HMP Wakefield on January 25.He told

Man Utd news: Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will have impact on January deal – pundit | Football | Sport

[ad_1] That is according to former Arsenal, Ipswich and England striker Paul Mariner.Alexis Sanchez has had a retched time at Manchester United since joining from Arsenal in January this year.The Chile forward has scored just three goals in 21 Premier League games for the Red Devils.Sanchez has often found himself out of the starting XI this season and his future at the club is in doubt.PSG are one of a
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Russia minefield found by major road

[ad_1] Image copyright Kanal 47 TV Image caption Each shell must be disposed of before the woods are safe A group of Russian history buffs was surprised to find a reminder of Soviet resistance to the Nazi invasion in the form of an improvised minefield near a busy road.Members of a club devoted to the history of the nearby Krasnaya Gorka military fort almost stumbled across the makeshift mines in
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Jacob Rees-Mogg says UK will turn into a ‘slave state’ with the Brexit agreement

[ad_1] Jacob Rees-Mogg says Theresa May has ‘surrendered to the European Union’ and that the UK will turn into a ‘slave state’ with the Brexit agreement. The MP’s comments comes after Government sources confirmed a Brexit deal has been agreed on a ‘technical level’ and will be examined at a Cabinet meeting. Speaking to Sky News, Rees-Mogg said: ‘She hasn’t so much struck a deal as surrendered to Brussels and
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FBI: Spike in US hate crimes for third year in a row

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Last month, 11 worshippers were killed in the deadliest attack against Jews in US history Hate crimes in the US rose by 17% in 2017, the third straight year that incidents of bias-motivated attacks have grown, according to the FBI. Law enforcement agencies reported 7,175 hate crimes last year compared with 6,121 in 2016. The rise in hate crimes is attributed to an
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Madeleine McCann investigation receives more funding

[ad_1] Image caption Madeleine McCann was three when she went missing in 2007 Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have received a further £150,000 in government funding.Madeleine was three when she was last seen while on holiday with her parents in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007.The Metropolitan Police launched its inquiry in 2011 after a Portuguese investigation failed to make headway. A total of £11.75m has been
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Lion cub found in Lamborghini by Paris police

[ad_1] Image copyright AFP Image caption The female cub is said to be named "Putin" Police officers patrolling Paris's Champs-Élysées received reports of a lion cub in a luxury car.On stopping the green Lamborghini, officers discovered the driver taking pictures with the animal.The 33-year-old man reportedly insisted it was "just a cat", but was arrested.The female cub, said to be named "Putin" and about two and a half months old,