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Newcastle 1-2 Wolves: Visitors score 95th-minute winner against 10 men

Newcastle 1-2 Wolves: Visitors score 95th-minute winner against 10 men

Sports
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez says the Premier League needs video assistant referees immediately after Wolves scored a dramatic stoppage-time winner against his 10-man side.Matt Doherty headed home the rebound after Diogo Jota's shot was pushed into his path in the 95th minute.Ayoze Perez's superb header had pulled Newcastle level after Jota gave Wolves the lead before the break at St James' Park. Magpies defender DeAndre Yedlin was sent off by referee Mike Dean after 57 minutes - with the score at 1-1 - and Newcastle had a rejected penalty claim for a Willy Boly challenge on Perez."We need VAR now," said Benitez. "In this game it would have changed everything. We were doing enough to control...
Enforcement action against Ryanair over rejected compensation claims

Enforcement action against Ryanair over rejected compensation claims

Business
The airline regulator has begun enforcement action against Ryanair for refusing to compensate passengers for strike disruption. The UK's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) - which is no stranger to disputes with the no-frills carrier - said its decision followed the company's move to terminate its working relationship with a body designed to resolve customer complaints.The watchdog said widespread strikes involving Ryanair workers over the summer were not "extraordinary circumstances" and were therefore not exempt from EU compensation rules, as the airline had argued. Image: Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has been working to improve industrial relations within the company The company was hit by a series of walkouts by p...
Facebook appeals against Cambridge Analytica fine

Facebook appeals against Cambridge Analytica fine

Technology
Facebook has appealed against a fine imposed on it by the UK's data watchdog after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.The social network says that because the regulator found no evidence that UK users' personal data had been shared inappropriately, the £500,000 penalty was unjustified.Last month, the watchdog said Facebook's failure to make suitable checks on apps and developers amounted to a "serious breach of the law".It has acknowledged the appeal.This was the last day on which the US firm could challenge the Information Commissioner's ruling.The affair stems from the discovery that an academic at the University of Cambridge - Dr Aleksandr Kogan - used a personality quiz to harvest up to 87 million Facebook users' details.Some of this was subsequent...
CDC warns against eating romaine lettuce after E. coli outbreak

CDC warns against eating romaine lettuce after E. coli outbreak

Health
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have now warned U.S. and Canadian consumers not to eat romaine lettuce after 32 people in 11 states were infected with a strain of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli. "CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not serve or sell any, until we learn more about the outbreak. This investigation is ongoing and the advice will be updated as more information is available," the agency said in a press release. Thirteen people were hospitalized, including one person who developed kidney failure, specifically hemolytic uremic syndrome, the agency said, adding that no deaths have been reported. In Canada, the Public Health Agency has identified 18 people infected with the same DNA fingerprint o...