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Lionel Messi moves in front of Luis Suarez at top of LaLiga scoring charts with brilliant brace in victory over Elche

Lionel Messi moves in front of Luis Suarez at top of LaLiga scoring charts with brilliant brace in victory over Elche

Sports
Lionel Messi scored twice as Barcelona beat Elche to move within five points of La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid. The Argentine superstar returned to the top of the LaLiga scoring charts with his double, going two clear of his close pal and former teammate Luis Suarez. Getty Images - Getty Messi found the bottom corner to open the scoring from Martin Braithwaite’s backheel after the break.The Man City-linked forward then doubled the lead 20 minutes later, finishing smartly after a wonderful solo run and pass from Dutchman Frenkie de Jong. Left-back Jordi Alba wrapped up the win at the Camp Nou shortly after when he converted from Braithwaite’s header. NEWS Man City ease to...
Roman Kemp to front young male mental health and suicide documentary

Roman Kemp to front young male mental health and suicide documentary

Entertainment
Radio presenter Roman Kemp is to front a documentary exploring mental health issues and suicide in young men."There is a growing mental health crisis going on right now, and without the right support, the results can be tragic," said Kemp.Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency (working title) will be broadcast on BBC Three.It will explore what can be done to encourage people to seek help, and what preventative action can be taken.The programme will also look at the lasting impact that mental health issues and suicide can have on the friends and families of those involved.Kemp pays tearful tribute to 'genius' producer JoeIs the 'Man up' message costing men their lives?Kemp added that he wanted to "bring attention to a subject that is affecting thousands of young men across the country, and show t...
US agency investigating Tesla front suspension failures

US agency investigating Tesla front suspension failures

Technology
The U.S. government’s road safety agency is investigating complaints that front suspensions can fail on nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehiclesByThe Associated PressNovember 27, 2020, 12:19 PM• 2 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleDETROIT -- The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that suspensions can fail on nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehicles.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has 43 complaints that linkages near the ball joints can fail, allowing contact between the tire and wheel liner.The probe, announced Friday on the agency's website, covers 2015 through 2017 Model S sedans and 2016 through 2017 Model X SUVs.The agency says 32 owners complained of failures at low speeds, but 11 said the links failed on ro...
Declan Rice set for audition in front of Frank Lampard – How West Ham and Chelsea should line-up in the Premier League

Declan Rice set for audition in front of Frank Lampard – How West Ham and Chelsea should line-up in the Premier League

Sports
West Ham face another London derby a week on from their 2-0 lost to Tottenham and this time they face Chelsea – live and exclusive on talkSPORT.If the Hammers’ situation wasn’t bad enough, they now face a Blues side who are unbeaten in six matches, winning their last five in a row. AFP or licensors David Moyes’ men are out of the bottom three on goal difference Oh, and to make matters worse, they’re managed by former midfielder Frank Lampard who seemingly wants to sign the east Londoners’ best player – Declan Rice. It could be a rough night for West Ham boss David Moyes, who insists he still has big plans at the London Stadium. “West Ham has a fantastic history but what we want is new history and I want the chance to build new history, make new history, cr...
Coronavirus: ‘Baffling’ observations from the front line

Coronavirus: ‘Baffling’ observations from the front line

Health
When you talk to intensive care doctors across the UK, exhausted after weeks of dealing with the ravages of Covid-19, the phrase that emerges time after time is, "We've never seen anything like this before."They knew a new disease was coming, and they were expecting resources to be stretched by an unknown respiratory infection which had first appeared in China at the end of last year.And as the number of cases increased, doctors up and down the UK were reading first-hand accounts from colleagues in China, and then in Italy - in scientific journals and on social media - about the intensity of infection."It felt in some ways like we were trying to prepare for the D-Day landings," says Barbara Miles, clinical director of intensive care at Glasgow Royal Infir...