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Willian sensationally claims that moving to Arsenal or Tottenham ‘would be fine’ with Chelsea contract set to expire this summer

Willian sensationally claims that moving to Arsenal or Tottenham ‘would be fine’ with Chelsea contract set to expire this summer

Sports
Willian has sensationally claimed he would be ‘fine’ moving to either Arsenal or Tottenham this summer.The Chelsea star’s contract at Stamford Bridge is set to expire at the end of the season, with negotiations stalling as the Brazil international holds out for a three-year extension. Getty Images - Getty Chelsea star Willian is attracting interest from Tottenham and Arsenal Talks have come to a standstill and recent reports have suggested that Tottenham and Arsenal may be looking to capitalise by offering Willian a contract to join the club in the summer. And despite admitting the respect he has for Chelsea fans, the Brazil star said it would be ‘fine’ for him to move to a rival club. When asked about a move to either Arsenal or Spurs in an interview
Fine threads of million-degree plasma revealed in sharpest-ever images of sun

Fine threads of million-degree plasma revealed in sharpest-ever images of sun

Science
April 9 (UPI) -- The sharpest-ever photos of the sun, captured by NASA's High-Resolution Coronal Imager, Hi-C, have revealed the fine magnetic threads of super heated plasma that make up the sun's outer layer. The new images were processed by a team of scientists from the University of Central Lancashire, in Britain, and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Data collected by Hi-C and analyzed by the international team of researchers could offer fresh insights into the behavior of the sun's magnetized atmosphere. Until now, much of the sun's atmosphere was a dark blur. But Hi-C's imaging abilities allow the space telescope to pick up solar features as small as 40 miles. The latest images -- captured in 2018 and detailed this week in the Astrophysical Journal -- revealed dense swirls of s...
Shaun Ryder: ‘I think I’ve had coronavirus – but I’m fine, I’ve been isolating for years’

Shaun Ryder: ‘I think I’ve had coronavirus – but I’m fine, I’ve been isolating for years’

Entertainment
Shaun Ryder has shared his top tips for surviving the national lockdown - saying he is going to repeat his favourite TV series and learn how to play chess.Speaking to Sky News from his home in Manchester, the Happy Mondays and Black Grape star said he has been "basically self-isolating for the past 10 years, apart from work" so is fully equipped to deal with life indoors. And he thinks both he and his wife, Joanne, may have already had COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, after falling ill at the beginning of the month. Image: Ryder says he believes he and his wife Joanne, pictured in 2014, have both already had coronavirus He is more than content spending the lockdown with Joanne and three of his children - Oliver, 26, Pearl,...
Heavy fine for Chinese firm over unlicensed game

Heavy fine for Chinese firm over unlicensed game

Technology
A game launched in China without government approval has landed the company behind it with a heavy fine.It is the first time such action has been taken since China reformed its gaming regulator last year.In this case, the unnamed company that fell foul of the law has been fined seven times the revenue it earned from the game, or 700,000 yuan (£75,800).Developers in China are required to seek a licence for each game they make before distributing it.Authorities said the game was a mobile title, made by a firm in Beijing.According to Abacus News, which first reported the fine, Chinese officials recently lifted a freeze on the licensing of new games but are still not approving as many titles as they used to before the freeze.China's
Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine to UK

Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine to UK

Technology
Facebook has agreed to pay a £500,000 fine imposed by the UK's data protection watchdog for its role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.It had originally appealed the penalty, causing the Information Commissioner's Office to pursue its own counter-appeal.As part of the agreement, Facebook has made no admission of liability.The US firm said it "wished it had done more to investigate Cambridge Analytica" earlier.James Dipple-Johnstone, deputy commissioner of the ICO said: "The ICO's main concern was that UK citizen data was exposed to a serious risk of harm. Protection of personal information and personal privacy is of fundamental importance, not only for the rights of individuals, but also as we now know, for the preservation of a