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Norwich City youngster James Maddison on the brink of completing move to Southampton – reports

Norwich City youngster James Maddison on the brink of completing move to Southampton – reports

Sports
Norwich’s valuation of Maddison has reportedly been met by Saints A number of clubs from England’s top tier have had Maddison on their radar after his outstanding 2017/18 season. However, it seems the south coast is his next destination as sources close to the Carrow Road club say Southampton boss Mark Hughes has been given permission to talk to the youngster after meeting the Championship club’s valuation for their star midfielder tonight. Maddison’s stock rose dramatically when it was revealed that he had created 54 chances for Norwich – more than any other player in the Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga, Serie A and Ligue 1. And after reportedly 48 hours of tough negotiations it appears Saints have got a deal for the England Under-2...
GOP risks fallout from Justice Department move on health law

GOP risks fallout from Justice Department move on health law

Health
The Trump administration's decision to stop defending in court the Obama health law's popular protections for consumers with pre-existing conditions could prove risky for Republicans in the midterm elections — and nudge premiums even higher. The Justice Department said in a court filing late Thursday that it will no longer defend key parts of the Affordable Care Act, beginning with the unpopular requirement that people carry health insurance, but also including widely-supported provisions that guarantee access for people with medical problems and limit what insurers can charge older, sicker adults. Friday, the insurance industry warned in stark terms of "harm that would come to millions of Americans" if such protections are struck down, causing premiums "to go even higher for older...
Leicester City FC transfer news: Jonny Evans passes medical and agrees terms ahead of Foxes move

Leicester City FC transfer news: Jonny Evans passes medical and agrees terms ahead of Foxes move

Sports
Evans was relegated from the Premier League with West Brom last term Thursday, June 7, 2018 Jonny Evans has passed his medical at Leicester City and has agreed terms on a three-year deal with the club, according to reports. The 2015/16 Premier League winners triggered the defender’s £3.5million release clause after West Brom were relegated from the top flight last month. The Foxes have captured Evans, 30, for £17.5million less than what West Brom turned down for their captain. The Northern Ireland international nearly left the Baggies during the past two transfer windows but the club rejected a £21million bid from Leicester as well as an £18million offer from Manchester City. Leicester will pay Albion in two inst...
Vermont will pay people $10,000 to move there and work remotely

Vermont will pay people $10,000 to move there and work remotely

Finance
6 places that will pay you to live there Calling all remote workers: Vermont has a deal for you. The state has a new law that will pay workers to move there and work remotely. Governor Phil Scott signed the legislation on Wednesday. Eligible workers can get up to $ 5,000 a year, not to exceed $ 10,000 over two years, through the state's new remote worker grant program. The money can be used on qualified expenses, including costs to relocate, necessary computer equipment and software, internet access and co-working memberships. Related: Why working from home could increase your tax bill Vermont has a small and aging population, according to Joan Goldstein, commissioner of economic development for Vermont. "We recognize the need to recruit people to the state, and t...
Tottenham and Arsenal transfer target Ben Wilmot set for move as Stevenage pull him out of squad to face Newport

Tottenham and Arsenal transfer target Ben Wilmot set for move as Stevenage pull him out of squad to face Newport

Sports
Stevenage starlet Ben Wilmot jumps for the ballSaturday, April 7, 2018Arsenal and Tottenham transfer target Ben Wilmot has been pulled out of Stevenage’s squad to face Newport with a move imminent, according to The Sun.The duo, along with several sides, have followed the fortunes of the 18-year-old centre-backs during his first senior campaign.Already an England Under-19 international, despite playing for a League One club, Wilmot has been the subject of bids worth around £1million.Now, though, a deal seems almost certainly, possibly to the tune of £2million as Stevenage Phil Wallace concedes he could be off at the start of the transfer window.Wallace said: "Ben came back from International Duty with England last week and we have had developments that suggest a deal will be agreed sho