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Sessions open to idea of Clinton Foundation special counsel

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is leaving open the possibility that a special counsel could be appointed to look into Clinton Foundation dealings and an Obama-era uranium deal, the Justice Department said Monday in responding to concerns from Republican lawmakers. In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee, which is holding an oversight hearing Tuesday, the Justice Department said Sessions had directed senior federal prosecutors to “evaluate certain issues” raised by Republican lawmakers. President Donald Trump has also repeatedly called for investigations of Democrats. The prosecutors will report to Sessions and…

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News: The Dixon set to open in Tower Bridge, London, in late 2018

Dominvs Group has unveiled plans for The Dixon, a boutique style hotel part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection. Opening in autumn 2018 in Tower Bridge, London, The Dixon is the latest hotel to join Dominvs Hospitality, which encapsulates the company’s ambitious plans to drive the boutique hotel sector forward. The Dixon, situated on popular Tooley Street, is set to become a new cultural hub for the capital’s artisans. The Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe and the diverse cultural offering of the new Bridge Theatre are all just a few minutes walk….

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Sports 

Watch three players combine to miss open goal in Women’s Champions League

Watch the embarrassing miss above… Thursday, November 9, 2017 Missing an open goal is probably the most humiliating thing that can happen on a pitch. And three players for Lithuanian side Gintra Universitetas combined to make a real rash of a potential consolation strike against Barcelona. In the last-16 Women’s Champions League clash, Gintra managed to carve out a chance following an error from opposition goalkeeper Sandra Panos. But despite the goal gaping, a trio of Gintra players stumbled over one another as the opportunity passed them by. Watch the…

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Man City outclass Arsenal to open up eight-point lead

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised his side’s “amazing” run of form after they outclassed Arsenal to open up an eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League. City have won nine consecutive league matches, a club record for a single season, have progressed to the knockout stage of the Champions League and are through to the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup. “We cannot deny the last two months have been amazing,” Guardiola said. “We knew how important this game was and we prepared well. The players gave an…

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Travel 

News: WTM 2017: Caribbean is open for business following recent hurricanes

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation has announced at WTM London the region is still open for business and the infrastructure is in place to receive and provide visitors the best holiday experience. The CTO is developing social media campaigns to get the message out targeting trade partners, such as tour operators, media and travel agents, as well as consumers to raise awareness of the destinations where it has been business as usual since the storms. “It’s important to remember that over 75 per cent of the Caribbean was not affected at…

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Justin Rose birdies final hole to win Turkish Airlines Open by one shot

Turkish Airlines Open final leaderboard -18 J Rose (Eng); -17 D Frittelli (SA), N Colsaerts (Bel); -16 P Harrington (Ire); -15 T Olesen (Den); -14 E Pepperell (Eng), K Aphibarnrat (Tha); -13 F Zanotti (Par), J Suri (US), S Lowry (Ire) Selected others: -10 T Hatton (Eng), S Gallacher (Sco); -9 L Westwood (Eng), I Poulter (Eng); -8 T Fleetwood (Eng); -6 R Ramsay (Sco) -5 A Johnson (Eng) Justin Rose birdied three of the final four holes to complete back-to-back European Tour wins with a one-shot victory at the…

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News: WTM 2017: Brits increasingly open to Tunisia trip

One in five British holidaymakers say they may visit Tunisia, now that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has relaxed its travel advice, according to research by World Travel Market London. A poll of more than 1,000 Brits who have taken a holiday in 2017 asked: “The UK government has recently removed its advice against travelling to Tunisia. How likely are you to visit the country in the future?” Almost one in ten per cent said ‘somewhat likely’; seven per cent said ‘quite likely’; and four per cent said ‘extremely likely’…

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