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Manchester United FC news: Jose Mourinho delighted with ‘pragmatic’ performance against Southampton

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho Saturday, September 23, 2017 After several thrilling performances this season, Jose Mourinho was delighted to see his players put in a dogged display and claim a 1-0 win over Southampton. Red Devils fans have been used to free-flowing attacking football so far this season, but the team had to show another side against the Saints, who proved tough opponents. And Mourinho was pleased they were able to cling onto the three points on the south coast thanks to some impressive defensive work from the likes of Phil Jones….

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Take a look back at the week’s biggest stories in the world of arts and entertainment. In an exclusive interview with the BBC News website, Madonna revealed she is contemplating a more intimate live show that her usual stadium-filling spectacles. “I’ve done so many shows – world tours, stadiums, sports arenas, you name it – that I feel like I have to reinvent that now too,” she told our music reporter Mark Savage. Read the full story. Big Little Lies and The Handmaid’s Tale were the big winners at the…

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Focus: Breaking Travel News investigates: Roger Smith Hotel, New York

With a constant stream of events and exhibitions, the Roger Smith Hotel is more than just a well-situated, tastefully turned out, boutique hotel in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. The family-run, 136-room property nestles comfortably amid some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the bright lights of Time Square are a short walk away. The world-class theatres of Broadway and the leading commercial centre of Wall Street are both also on the hotel’s doorstep, making 501 Lexington Avenue an ideal address for…

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News: UK tourism records best month since figures began in July

Figures released today show that July was the strongest month for inbound tourism to the UK since official records began in 1961. There were a record four million overseas visits to the UK in July, the first month to ever break through the four million mark, and up six per cent on the same month last year. Overseas visitors spent £2.8 billion in the UK, the best month for spend on record. Strong growth in visits from North America continued in July with a record 650,000 visits, up nine per…

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News: TfL brands Uber unfit to operate in London

Transport for London has informed Uber that it will not be issued with a private hire operator licence after expiry of its current licence on September 30th. The decision means as many as 40,000 Uber operated cars could be removed from the city’s streets in little over a week. However, Uber has said it will appeal, meaning little change will be since in the near term. The regulator has criticised the ride hailing app for its approach to reporting serious criminal offences, as well as its approach to how medical…

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