The Liverpool manager was in outspoken mood regarding the lunchtime kick-off after his side dropped points against Brighton.
The boy was bitten while trying to separate his pet from the other dog.
Barack Obama has said "yes, you can" to Drake's ambition of playing the former president in a biopic. In a new interview with Complex's Speedy Morman, Obama gave the rapper his official "stamp of approval" should the opportunity arise. "I will say this, Drake seems to be able to do anything he wants," Obama told […]
The number of police officers patrolling French beaches will double from December 1
England will have a shot at winning the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup at Twickenham next Sunday. Tries in each half from Henry Slade and Mako Vunipola – his first for England since 2014 – and the boot of Owen Farrell took England to victory. The margin of victory could have been greater, indeed Farrell missed three times from the tee, costing England eight points.
VIDEO SHOWS: HIGHLIGHTS FROM MACAU TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINALS AS CHEN XINGTONG, SUN YINGSHA MAKE THE WOMEN'S FINAL AND MA LONG AND WANG CHUQIN MAKE IT THROUGH TO THE MEN'S FINAL WITH WINS IN THEIR SEMIS SENDING WITH SHOTLIST, COMPLETE SCRIPT TO FOLLOW SHOWS: MACAU (NOVEMBER 28, 2020) (IMG - SEE RESTRICTIONS BEFORE USE) (CHEN MENG [BLUE] v CHEN XINGTONG [RED]) 1. MENG SERVING / MENG WINS RALLY 2. XINGTONG SERVING / XINGTONG WINNING RALLY 3. MENG SERVING AT MATCH POINT TO XINGTONG / XINGTONG WINS WITH SMASH 4. PLAYERS TOUCH BATS TO CONGRATULATE EACH OTHER ON MATCH (SUN YINGSHA [BLACK] v WANG MANYU [RED]) 5. MANYU SERVING / MANYU WINNING RALLY 6. REPLAY OF POINT 7. YINGSHA SERVING AT MATCH POINT TO MANYU / YINGSHA WINS POINT AFTER LUCKY HIT OFF NET 8. REPLAY OF POINT 9. YINGSHA SERVING AT MATCH POINT FOR HERSELF / MANYU HITS BALL LONG / YINGSHA WINS 10. PLAYERS TOUCHING BATS (MA LONG [BLACK] v LIN GAOYUAN [RED]) 11. LONG SERVING AT SECOND SET DECIDING POINT / LONG WINNING RALLY TO CLINCH SECOND SET 12. LONG SERVING / LENGTHY RALLY WON BY LONG AFTER GAOYUAN HITS BALL LONG 13. REPLAY OF POINT 14. LONG SERVING AT SET POINT TO GAOYUAN IN THIRD SET / LONG HITTING BALL LONG / GAOYUAN WINNING THIRD SET TO HALVE LONG'S LEAD (WANG CHUQIN [RED] v MATTIAS FALCK [BLUE]) 15. FALCK SERVING / CHUQIN WINNING POINT IN SHORT RALLY 16. CHUQIN SERVING AT MATCH POINT / CHUQIN SERVING ACE TO WIN MATCH 17. PLAYERS TOUCHING BATS
Johnson Controls, a global leader for smart and sustainable buildings, and the architect of OpenBlue connected solutions, today announced that Sensormatic Solutions, its leading global retail solutions portfolio, released preliminary shopper visit data for U.S. brick-and-mortar retail stores and shopping centers on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. Findings indicate that shopper visits resulted in a 52.1% decline in traffic on Black Friday, November 27, compared to 2019. Shopper traffic also decreased 45.2% week-to-date (Sunday, November 22 – Friday, November 27) compared to same period last year.
England did just about enough to subdue a spirited but limited Wales with a 24-13 victory in Llanelli on Saturday to secure top spot in Autumn Nations Cup Group A and set up a probable title decider against France at Twickenham next week. An experimental Wales, who broke a run of six successive defeats with a victory over Georgia last week, struck first with a chargedown try finished by former England Under-20 centre Johnny Williams, but Henry Slade went over in the corner for England, who reached halftime deservedly 11-7 ahead. A Mako Vunipola try stretched the lead and though the Welsh got back within five after two Dan Biggar penalties, England’s powerful bench injected momentum and their relentless pressure was turned into penalties and points via Owen Farrell’s boot to take them clear.
Tensions escalated during protests in Paris on November 28 as thousands took to the streets over a new law that would restrict sharing images of police officers.A controversial provision of the law would make it a crime to publish photos or video footage of police officers on duty with intent to harm their “physical or psychological integrity.” The nationwide protests on Saturday came after footage showing officers beating a Black man went viral. President Emmanuel Macron condemned the footage on Friday and called it an “unacceptable attack.”This footage shows a crowd surrounding a fire burning on a boulevard near Place de la Bastille in Paris. Police fired tear gas to disperse rowdy demonstrators in what was a largely peaceful crowd, Le Monde reported. Credit: @_jollyfoxx via Storyful
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England did just about enough to subdue a spirited but limited Wales with a 24-13 victory in Llanelli to secure top spot in Autumn Nations Cup Group A and set up a probable title decider against Scotland or France at Twickenham next week. An experimental Wales, who broke a run of six successive defeats with a victory over Georgia last week, struck first with a chargedown try finished by former England Under-20 centre Johnny Williams, but Henry Slade went over in the corner for England, who reached halftime deservedly 11-7 ahead.
Black Friday online sales hit a new record this year as pandemic-wary Americans filled virtual carts instead of real ones. Consumers spent an estimated $9 billion on U.S. retail websites on Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks online shopping. The company expects Monday to be the largest online sales day in U.S. history, with estimated spending of between $10.8 billion and $12.7 billion.
Demonstrations carried signs reading ‘All I want for Christmas is my freedom back’.
According to new Black Friday insights from Bluecore, the company that’s ensuring retailers dominate the permanent shift to digital through multi-channel personalization, overall Black Friday orders increased by 26%, compared to 2019, despite retailers’ significant extension of the single-day shopping event. The first-ever digitally dominant shopping holiday has seen a shift in shoppers’ buying habits and resulted in varying day-of Black Friday performance with respect to first and second-time buyers. The complete report is available for download here.
A recent YouGov survey found that 57% of us want to continue working from home after the pandemic, but it remains to be seen whether all employers will be quite so keen. Will flexible working become the new normal, allowing people to relocate to more peaceful parts of the country, or will the regular grind of office life return sooner rather than later? It goes without saying that remote working is easier in some industries than others, and new research has revealed which ones are most accommodating of all. KIT Online analysed 431,000 job listings on employment website Indeed to see which industries offered the most fully remote opportunities. These are jobs which will remain #WFH roles even after the pandemic. Copywriting and content marketing finished top of the list with 21% of job opportunities listed as remote roles. Web development and journalism placed second and third with around 15% respectively. The worlds of design, marketing and film and TV were also found to offer a relatively high number of remote roles, suggesting that creative industries are most receptive to remote working at present. Check out the top 10 below: At the other end of the spectrum, remote working was found to be least widely available for quantity surveyors, technicians and people working in the construction industry. This isn’t too surprising given that being on site can often be an essential part of the job in these industries. However, Pete Braithwaite of KIT Online pointed out that “it can actually help those in management positions in logistics, construction, and engineering to focus on administrative tasks, and save time and money by working where they want to be”. He added: “Companies have the chance to hire people from across the country to increase the value they deliver to customers, as remote work isn’t limited by location. “Remote work is becoming a part of life for many organisations, and I hope more industries follow in the footsteps of the creative and development industries in the next few years. It will be interesting to see what next year will bring.” Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?This Many Millennials Expect A Flexible Work WeekHow Gen Z Is Doing Workwear In 2020The Best Cities For Work-Life Balance
Henry Slade and Mako Vunipola scored tries in a 24-13 win.
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Priti Patel and her French counterpart agreed to double the number of French police officers patrolling a 150km stretch of coastline.