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Robyn revealed she'll be releasing a new album for the first time in almost 10 years via Twitter. The Swedish pop singer answered a fan's quote tweet asking "Who decides your next album release date tbh." The original tweet Robyn had sent said, "Thinking about space, if its public space. Who decides what gets to be in public space?" Who decides your next album release date tbh https://t.co/NhFM71wmIz

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News - Politics

New anti-Brexit party aims to overturn EU referendum vote

A new political party inspired by the success of French President Emmanuel Macron has embarked on a national campaign to overturn the Brexit vote. The Renew party has vowed to be the "more military arm" of the Remain campaign, with plans to field more than 200 candidates at the next general election, to ramp up pressure on Brexiteer MPs in pro-EU constituencies.

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Sports

Basque-speaking players told they could be sent off for speaking own language

A Spanish football referee warned players they would be sent off if they spoke Basque during a fifth-tier football match, according to reports in Spain. The match – between Elgoibar and Idiazabal – was played in the Basque country, an autonomous community in northern Spain with its own language. It is said the referee does not speak the Basque language and therefore did not want to miss players using insult, but region's culture and sports deputy, Denis Itxaso, has requested an explanation.

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Life - Entertain

Theresa May is serious about getting degree-less people into Number 10

Theresa May was meant to be on ITV’s This Morning with Holly and Philip to talk about making life fairer for students. So it was nothing if not fitting that her late arrival forced producers to fill time by dispatching a man in a cow outfit to knock on a random pensioner’s door and give her five grand in cash. In any event, the Prime Minister had already been upstaged by this point by I’m A Celebrity! Winner Georgia "Toff" Toffolo bravely bearing all in her battle with cystic acne.

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UK in danger of adopting 'faith-based' Brexit policies if economic forecasts are ignored, warns Damian Green

Theresa May’s former deputy has warned that the UK is in danger of adopting “faith-based” Brexit policies if ministers ignore economic forecasts predicting a hit to the British economy. Damian Green called for all economic forecasting of the UK’s withdrawal plans to be released and for the public to be allowed an open debate on how the country should proceed.

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Life - Entertain

The Damned, review, KOKO, London: Devilishly good fun

  70s gothic punk-rock stalwarts The Damned have become, if possible, more eccentric and outrageous as they grow older, with many of their live traits coming across as delightfully raucous.   At a 40th anniversary show at London’s Koko, taking place before a bigger night down the road at The O2 Forum in Kentish Town, they run helter-skelter style through tracks from their debut Damned, Damned, Damned along with music from their upcoming new album Evil Spirits. 

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Syria's President Assad deploys troops to help Kurds fight Turkish forces

The conflict in Syria may escalate significantly after the Assad regime declared that it will send troops to help Kurdish fighters defending the town of Afrin against Turkish forces. The deployment, which may also include Iranian-controlled militiamen, will take place, said Damascus, after an agreement was reached with the YPG group which has set up a Kurdish enclave across the Turkish border.

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This is why the US celebrates Presidents Day

Presidents Day is an annual American holiday that honours George Washington. Every year, on the third Monday in February, US citizens enjoy a three-day weekend to mark the federal holiday.   How did it start? The tradition began in honour of President Washington, the country’s first leader whose birthday falls on 22 February. 

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