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Chelsea linked with shock move to re-sign Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku if they fail in transfer pursuit of Erling Haaland this summer

Chelsea linked with shock move to re-sign Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku if they fail in transfer pursuit of Erling Haaland this summer

Sports
Chelsea will reportedly try to re-sign Romelu Lukaku if they fail in their pursuit of Erling Haaland this summer. The Belgium striker has become one of football’s deadliest strikers since leaving Chelsea in 2014. AFP Lukaku is a goal machine for club and country Getty Lukaku played just 15 times for Chelsea Lukaku, who joined the Blues as an 18-year-old, had prolific spells for West Brom, Everton and Manchester United, before signing for Inter Milan in a £74million deal in 2019. The 27-year-old has scored 42 goals in 62 Serie A appearances for Inter, who are currently leading second-placed AC Milan by six points. The Telegraph claim Chelsea will prioritise the signing of a striker this summer with Timo Werner, ...
EU sets out plans in case Brexit trade talks fail

EU sets out plans in case Brexit trade talks fail

World
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Coronavirus: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube ‘fail to tackle anti-vaccination posts’

Coronavirus: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube ‘fail to tackle anti-vaccination posts’

Technology
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Prosecution threat for firms who fail to make premises ‘COVID secure’

Prosecution threat for firms who fail to make premises ‘COVID secure’

Business
Companies are being threatened with prosecution if they do not make premises "COVID secure" for returning workers. The warning comes as people in England are told to go back to work from Wednesday if they cannot do their job from home - such as builders and manufacturers. Ministers have stressed firms should ensure social distancing stays in place as the lockdown is slowly eased over the next few months to stop the spread of coronavirus, which has already killed 32,692 people in the UK. Image: More than 32,000 people have died with the virus in the UK Best practice plans have been drawn up by the government for businesses to ensure workers are protected - such as remaining two metres apart, being given face masks or provided with...
Two thirds of UK homes ‘fail on energy efficiency targets’

Two thirds of UK homes ‘fail on energy efficiency targets’

Science
Nearly two thirds of UK homes fail to meet long-term energy efficiency targets, according to data analysed by the BBC.More than 12 million homes fall below the C grade on Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) graded from A-G. It means householders spend more on energy bills and pump tonnes more CO2 into the atmosphere than necessary. The government has said it needs to go "much further and faster" to improve the energy performance of homes.Experts say retrofit measures are needed because so many homes were built before the year 1990.Dr Tim Forman, a research academic at the University of Cambridge's Centre for Sustainable Development, said now only a national project of a scale not seen since World War Two, would be enough to ...