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Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale awaits approval to fly to London and sign for Spurs – Sky Sports

Gareth Bale is waiting for the green light to fly to London in his private jet and sign for Tottenham.

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Gareth Bale’s new Tottenham contract means he could stay longer than one season – Mirror Online

Tottenham have brought back the Wales international seven years after he left with Jose Mourinho pushing for a loan transfer from Real Madrid hard this summer w…

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An intriguing clause in Gareth Bale’s contract at Tottenham has emerged after his arrival.
The Wales international was officially confirmed on Saturday after agreeing to a season-long loan from Real Madrid.
Bale had grown tired with Zinedine Zidane’s treatment of him while the Frenchman was also done with his antics.
Spurs emerged as a potential destination in a deal that works for all parties.
Jose Mourinho was the man behind the move, pushing Daniel Levy into a transfer – while Real d…

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Trump says he approves TikTok Oracle deal which may include Walmart – The Guardian

President says he will allow Chinese-owned app in US while Walmart could acquire stake and seat on global board

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Donald Trump has said he approves a deal in concept that will allow TikTok to continue to operate in the US, after threatening to ban the Chinese-owned app.
The president told reporters at the White House he was giving the deal with Oracle my blessing and that US national security concerns had been addressed.
About 100 million Americans use TikTok and US officials have expressed concern about the potential for China to access users data.
I have given the deal my blessing, the US president tol…

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Covid: £10,000 fines for self-isolation breaches – BBC News

Boris Johnson says the change means people with coronavirus are legally obliged to stay at home.

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People in England who refuse an order to self-isolate could be fined up to £10,000, the government has said.
The new legal duty requires people to self-isolate if they test positive for coronavirus, or are traced as a close contact, from 28 September.
New measures also include a one-off £500 support payment for those on lower incomes, and a penalty for employers who punish those told to self-isolate.
A further 4,422 new Covid-19 cases and 27 deaths were reported on Sa…

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