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Logan Paul 'won't be kicked off' YouTube

Controversial YouTube star Logan Paul has not yet done enough to deserve a ban from the video site, its chief executive has said. Paul faced criticism in January after posting a video in which he made jokes after seeing a dead body in a Japanese forest associated with many suicides. YouTube subsequently cut some of its business ties with the star. It also penalised him after a subsequent video in which he Tasered a dead rat. Paul has apologised for both videos. YouTube usually bans a video creator under a…

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Salford fatal fire: Family 'won't be broken'

Media playback is unsupported on your device The aunt of four children who died in a house fire in Salford says the family is trying to cope with their grief but “nothing will ever break us”. Demi Pearson, 15, and siblings Brandon, eight, and Lacie, seven, died in the blaze in Walkden on Monday. Lia, three, died in hospital on Wednesday. Claire Pearson said: “What’s happened is tragic but it won’t separate this family. We are all very close.” Her sister and the children’s mother, Michelle, 35, is in hospital…

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England 'won't be intimidated', Stokes sends a message & vote on who's on top

Media playback is not supported on this device First Ashes Test, Gabba, Brisbane (day one of five) England 196-4: Vince 83, Stoneman 53 Australia: Yet to bat Scorecard England “sent a message” on the opening day of the Ashes that they will compete with Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan. The tourists recovered from 2-1 to reach 196-4 in Brisbane, thanks to James Vince’s 83, Mark Stoneman’s 53 and an unbeaten 28 from Dawid Malan. “I was concerned that England might get blown away,” Vaughan, who captained England to an…

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UK 'won't recognise' Catalan independence

The UK will not recognise the Catalan parliament’s decision to declare independence from Spain, Downing Street says. Theresa May’s official spokesman said the declaration was based on a vote that had been declared illegal. He added that the UK wanted to see the unity of Spain preserved. The Catalan regional parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain, while the Spanish parliament has approved direct rule over the region. The UK prime minister’s spokesman said in a statement: “The UK does not and will not recognise the unilateral declaration of…

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Catalonia Spain: Officials 'won't follow orders from Madrid'

Media playback is unsupported on your device Catalan authorities will not follow orders from the Spanish government if Madrid moves to reassert control over the region, a senior official says. Foreign affairs spokesman Raul Romeva told the BBC the central government was acting against the will of Catalans. Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has announced plans to sack the region’s government and curtail some of the freedoms of its parliament. The Catalan parliament will meet on Thursday to decide on its response. The Spanish Senate is expected to approve the…

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EU Withdrawal Bill 'won't be debated this month'

The EU Withdrawal Bill may not now be discussed in the House of Commons until after the Autumn recess, sources have told the BBC. The law is designed to transfer EU law into UK law ahead of Brexit. It is facing stiff resistance from some Tory rebels as well as from the opposition parties. One official source said it was not yet back in the house of Commons because there simply “is not enough political agreement yet”. MPs return from Autumn recess on 13 November. How the EU Withdrawal Bill…

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John Terry 'won't feel like he's going to a smaller club' says Tim Sherwood if Chelsea legend opts for Aston Villa move

John Terry could be set for a move to the Championship Friday, June 23, 2017 Former Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood has told John Terry he will not be going to a smaller club if he heads for Villa Park. Villa is one of several possible destinations for the vastly-experienced and much-decorated defender as he contemplates life after Stamford Bridge. Speculation has been mounting about Terry joining Villa after he was pictured playing golf with manager Steve Bruce. One of Bruce’s predecessors, Sherwood told Sky Sports HQ: “I think both…

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