Spurs boss Skinner urges Tottenham aces to be ruthless with Chelsea as Blues push for WSL title

REHANNE SKINNER wants Tottenham to be lethal in attack against Chelsea as they aim to avenge a 4-0 derby drubbing. Spurs, who play the Blues later, came close to opening the scoring twice before their Kingsmeadow opponents sealed an emphatic win in January. And this evening Skinner wants her team – who are eighth- to put more pressure on Emma

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Alan Yentob urges BBC to make their output more like social media

Alan Yentob urges BBC bosses to make their output more like a social media platform to lure in younger audiences Former BBC1 controller Alan Yentob said BBC should act more like social media  Said it should be more of ‘playground’ like Youtube where young talent emerges  Encouraged BBC to open up arts and culture archive to inspire young people   Alan Yentob

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Priti Patel urges people to report neighbours having Christmas 'raves'

Priti Patel says people SHOULD report neighbours flouting Christmas bubble rules to the police but only if they are having ‘raves’ – as Scotland hints at fresh lockdown after festive easing Priti Patel has urged people to scale back their Christmas plans if possible Home Secretary said she would not be travelling to see family elsewhere in UK She said

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U.S. Postal Service urges holiday mail and gift shipping be done early.

The U.S. Post Office urges customers shipping holiday gifts and packages to start and finish early as the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to increase mail and shipping volumes. The busiest mailing and delivery days of the holiday season peak two weeks before Christmas, according to a USPS news release. “Customer traffic is expected to increase beginning Dec. 7, with the

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Defence Secretary urges Sun readers to buy a poppy to back troops on the Covid frontline

THE Defence Secretary today urges Sun readers to buy a poppy for our troops serving on the Covid front line. Ben Wallace praised their commitment as 2,500 arrived in Liverpool to begin mass virus testing. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates He told The Sun the military have been central to the UK’s pandemic

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Christian Porter urges return to office as soon as possible

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Federal Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter is urging companies to bring their staff back to the office "as quickly as possible" as the country moves into a COVID-normal state, borders reopen and the economy recovers. Central Melbourne contributed a quarter of Victoria's gross

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Cristiano Ronaldo urges fans to ditch sweets, eat vegetables and soak up some sunshine in bid to survive coronavirus

CRISTIANO RONALDO has urged fans to 'respect but not fear' coronavirus in his first comments since testing positive on Tuesday. The 35-year-old also extolled the virtues of sunbathing as he hit back at claims he had breached protocol by flying to Italy on Wednesday. He said during an Instagram Live as he addressed the importance of developing a strong immune

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Patel urges police watchdog to review handling of eco-protesters

Priti Patel urges police watchdog to review handling of eco-protesters amid fears demonstrators have been allowed to run amok Home Secretary concerned police are too timid in tackling large-scale protests  Review seeks to ensure those causing extreme disruption face full limits of law It could ultimately mean ringleaders face jail time rather than a slap on the wrist   Priti Patel

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Boris Johnson urges Brits not to snitch on neighbours unless they're having 'Animal House parties' with 'hot tubs'

BORIS Johnson has railed against “sneak” culture – urging Brits not to snitch on their neighbours unless they are having “Animal House parties” with “hot tubs and so forth”. The Home Secretary and junior ministers sparked a major backlash on Monday by demanding people grass their friends and neighbours for breaking the Rule of Six. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live

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