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Europe · Liverpool

Liverpool and Real Madrid ready for Champions League final rematch

35% Left coverage: 69 sources
Liverpool and Real Madrid meet in the Champions League final in Paris. Carlo Ancelotti is looking to become the first coach to win European club football's top prize four times. The Italian's first two triumphs came with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007. Liverpool went on to become European champions for a sixth time by returning to the final in 2019.See the Story
Europe · London

Chelsea confirms £4.25bn Todd Boehly-led takeover to be completed next week

64% Right coverage: 11 sources
Todd Boehly/Clearlake Capital consortium set to complete takeover on Monday. The deal was approved by the UK government earlier this week. It will bring down the curtain on Roman Abramovich's 19-year tenure as owner of Chelsea. Mr Abramovich was sanctioned over his links to Russian President Vladimir Putin.See the Story
Europe · London

Queen’s platinum jubilee to be marked by 16,000 street parties across England

Coverage: 7 sources
Millions of people are expected to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on the extended Bank Holiday weekend. An estimated 16,000 street parties will be thrown around the country after councils approved "a huge number" of applications. Some of the events are private street parties. Others - nicknamed the big jubilee lunch and the big lunch - are open to the public.See the Story
Europe · London

Ben Grant: Dramatic footage shows son of Tory MP fighting in Ukraine under heavy Russian fire

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Ben Grant, 30, is the son of Conservative MP Helen Grant. He is a former Royal Marine who arrived in Ukraine during the early days of the war. Clip shows him and his unit under constant fire as they treat former Grenadier Guardsman Dean Arthur's leg with a tourniquet.See the Story
Europe · London

Dame Deborah James inspires bowel cancer health warnings on M&S toilet roll

50% Right coverage: 4 sources
M&S will add information about the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer on its toilet roll packaging in a move inspired by cancer campaigner Dame Deborah James. The changes will come into effect nationwide from September as part of the supermarket's partnership with Bowel Cancer UK. Some 43,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year in the UK, but the disease is treatable and curable.See the Story
Jordan Henderson

Liverpool v Real Madrid: The cup with big ears dominates my dreams . . . I crave lifting it again, says Jordan Henderson

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Jordan Henderson dreams of lifting the Champions League in 2019. The feeling of hoisting the trophy aloft simply made him desire it even more. He laughs at the suggestion that, approaching his 32nd birthday and having won everything with Liverpool, his yearning may be ebbing.See the Story
India · India

After decades of dominance in India, is it game over for the Gandhis?

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
More than a hundred thousand farmers stood in unison to catch sight of the heir to India's most powerful political dynasty. Confetti guns showered them with the green, white and orange colours of the national flag and music exploded from loudspeakers. Son of Rajiv Gandhi, grandson of Indira Gandhi, great-grandson of the country's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.See the Story
Luka Modrić

Thiago Alcantara, Luka Modric and Toni Kroos – the midfield maestros ready to light up Paris

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
For all the advances made in sports science, tactics and data, there is nothing that can replace pure artistry. The ability to capture the imagination of millioSee the Story
Alex Ferguson

Inside Manchester United’s nine-year mangerial crisis: from penny-pinching to missing out on Jürgen Klopp

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Sir Alex Ferguson told Manchester United fans to stand by their new manager. Erik ten Hag's appointment on Monday came at the end of a season in which the club failed to land a title for the ninth year running. Manchester United finished the Premier League with their lowest top-flight points total since 1990.See the Story

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