Arsenal vs Tottenham – Evolution of Rivalry

The north London derby is the capital’s stellar fixture and one of the most passionately-contested clashes of the season. After Arsenal’s dominance in the modern era, Tottenham supporters will feel they have gained the upper hand over their rivals with back-to-back finishes above the Gunners since 2016/17. But the sides …

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What has Frank Lampard changed at Derby? | Football News

Simeon Gholam EFL Reporter @simgholam Derby head to Stoke on Wednesday night, live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm. Last Updated: 27/11/18 6:34pm Frank Lampard goes up against former Derby manager Gary Rowett in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday night, as the Rams face Stoke live on Sky Sports …

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Jerome Corsi Says Roger Stone Sought to Cover Up Podesta Tweet

Conservative activist Jerome Corsi, a witness in the Russia investigation, said he told a federal grand jury that he helped longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone write a “cover story” to explain a tweet that appeared to foreshadow WikiLeaks releases. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday reports. Photo: Natalia V. Osipova/The Wall Street Journal

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NBN creating more jobs for ladies: report

National Broadband Network connectivity is leading to more Australian women starting businesses, a report has found. The number of self-employed women working from home grew at twice the rate in NBN connected areas, compared to places without fast broadband. The Connecting Australia report, commissioned by NBN Co, found an additional …

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ANZ paying hundreds of millions in compo

ANZ is paying hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to customers over a variety of account processing errors. ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott admits the bank had applied “bandaid” solutions that did not work to fix the problems. The five different errors each led to large numbers of customers being …

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Business awaits certainty on energy policy

A bipartisan approach to energy policy remains elusive despite former Liberal frontbencher Julia Bishop’s calls for parliamentary agreement. The industry needs certainty to make long-term decisions, Ms Bishop said on Tuesday, downplaying suggestions she wanted her colleagues to back their dumped National Energy Guarantee. “What I was suggesting was that …

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