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Harry Redknapp tells talkSPORT he should have been given more time with Birmingham

Harry Redknapp has told talkSPORT he deserved more time to put his stamp on Birmingham City after being sacked by the Championship club. The Blues suffered a fifth straight league defeat after losing 3-1 to Preston North End at St. Andrew’s on Saturday afternoon. READ MORE:Birmingham City news: Harry Redknapp sacked as manager His dismissal ends a five-month spell in the Midlands having guided the club to safety at the back end of last season by winning the two final matches of the campaign. And the 70-year-old feels the circumstances…

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News: Titanic Hotel Belfast opens to the public for first time

Belfast’s newest luxury hotel, Titanic Hotel Belfast, opened its doors to the public this weekend. After almost two years of restoration, construction and preservation of the former Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Headquarters, the £28 million, 119-room hotel is ready to show the world the amazing history behind Queen’s Island and the shipbuilding industry in Northern Ireland. The stunning Drawing Offices have been transformed thanks to National Lottery players through a £5 million grant, secured by the Titanic Foundation from the Heritage Lottery Fund through its Heritage Enterprise programme. …

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Hurricane Irma: Time runs out for Florida evacuation

Florida’s state governor has told residents ordered to leave their homes to go to shelters and avoid the roads as Hurricane Irma approaches. Rick Scott said it was now too late to drive away from the danger areas. After devastating several Caribbean islands, Irma is lashing Cuba with strong winds and heavy rain, and is due to make landfall in Florida on Sunday. Some 6.3 million people, more than 25% of the US state’s population, have been ordered to evacuate. The hurricane made landfall on the Sabana-Camaguey Archipelago, in Cuba’s…

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Pregnant Kate has acute morning sickness for 3rd time

Prince William and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting their third child. And for the third time — as with her previous two pregnancies — the former Kate Middleton is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness. Hyperemesis gravidarum is estimated to affect about one to three percent of pregnant women and can result in nausea and vomiting so acute that hospitalization is required. It is thought to be caused by pregnancy hormones, but doctors aren’t sure why some women experience worse symptoms than others. The condition…

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