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BREAKING: The Beat's Ranking Roger dead aged 56

BREAKING: The Beat's Ranking Roger dead aged 56

Entertainment
The Beat's Ranking Roger has died at the age of 56.The news was confirmed in a statement on the band's website.Leaving a heartfelt message, the band wrote: "He fought and fought and fought, Roger was a fighter."Sadly Roger past away a few hours ago peacefully at his home surrounded by family." DEAD: Ranking Roger has died today aged 56 (Pic: GETTY IMAGES) Related Articles "Roger's family would like to thank everyone for their constant support during this tough time. more to follow in the coming days. RIP Roger."The Vocalist became a Punk rock fan as a teenager and was the drummer in the Nam Nam Boys before rising to fame after joining the Ska revival band The Beats in the late 70s.During a YouTube interview back in Jaunary, Ranking revealed that following a stroke in August 2018 he ha...
Ranking every Premier League team by average height – from smallest to tallest

Ranking every Premier League team by average height – from smallest to tallest

Sports
SIZE MATTERS Which team is the tallest in the English top-flight? Manchester City and Bournemouth meet this weekend in the latest round of Premier League fixtures. The clash at the Etihad will feature two of the smallest sides on average in the English top-flight in what promises to be an entertaining affair. Marouane Fellaini and Raheem Sterling are on two completely contrasting ends of the height charts Pep Guardiola‘s men have dazzled spectators across the globe for the past 18 months with their scintillating attacking football, often played at breakneck speeds. Similarly, Eddie Howe’s men have left supporters on their edge of their seats this season by playing a brand of football which is both enthralling and product...
London loses top financial centre ranking

London loses top financial centre ranking

Business
London has lost its status as the world's top financial centre, according to rankings showing gains for post-Brexit rivals. The latest Z/Yen Global Financial Centres Index showed New York overtaking the UK's capital for the first time since 2015.The City think tank, which compiles its lists using data from international bodies such as the World Bank and responses to a survey, said there was evidence London had been knocked, but only slightly, by uncertainty over Brexit.:: Why Brexit may not spell end of LondonRivals within the EU for financial services business currently in the UK were among the cities making the greatest strides, the report said, though Asian centres stood out."Zurich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Milan moved up the rankings significantly. ...