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Heather Watson hits out at internet trolls after Wimbledon defeat

British No 2 says logging on to Twitter like a form of self-punishment after crashing out in first round<p>Heather Watson, the British No 2 tennis player, has hit out at internet trolls for not being “brave enough” to confront her in person, following the targeting of Wimbledon competitors …

RUMOURS: Giggs to announce Manchester United departure

The Red Devils legend, who has spent 29 years at Old Trafford, is set to leave the club this summer and could confirm his decision on live television on Thursday evening<p>Ryan Giggs could announce his Manchester United departure live on television on Thursday, according to the <i>Manchester Evening …

Chrissy Teigen's Twitter Fan Finally Gets That Blender

#BlenderWars<p><b>Update 7/6:</b> Looks like Vitamix won out. (Sorry Blendtec and NutriBullet). Fin.<p><b>Original story 6/28:</b> Just when you were like "ugh, this day is shot," Chrissy Teigen is here to remind you that 1) the joy of the internet is real and 2) blenders are hot commodities. Didn't get that last …

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Germany's Merkel signals sober separation from EU 'partner' Britain

BERLIN/HERMANNSWERDER, Germany (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Saturday for clear-headed negotiations with “close partner” Britain over its departure from the European Union.<p>Foreign ministers of the EU’s six founding members had earlier said Britain should leave the bloc as …

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London banks gird themselves for post-Brexit reform

In early June, the Chancellor George Osborne stood shoulder to shoulder with Jamie Dimon, the boss of JP Morgan, to warn that a vote to leave the EU would cost the jobs of up to one in four British workers at the bank.<p>“I don’t want you to worry about it but when you vote you should think about …