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The latest on Brexit, an exciting end to the cricket and a chance for a quick dab – here’s what you need to know.


BBC Breaking News Has Said: Two men cleared of all charges over death of British 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling on a Goan beach in 2008 https://t.co/EE3ytvNQja

EP President Has Said: The longer UK waits, the more entrenched positions risk becoming. That’s why I called on PM May to notify UK’s departure from EU asap

Owais Shah Has Said: Played for 16years….. Never played a 4 day game in front of a crowd like this.

Naz Mogra Has Said: Check this out!!! Perfecting the dab with 😂

Rizzle Kicks Has Said: 

You’re all fucking great. Sometimes things aren’t great. We’re just going to try and ensure the music is.

Jake Humphrey Has Said: Baffled by criticism of . He didn’t leave the Beeb, his show did…and, shock horror, he likes his job & still wants to do it.

Khloe Has Said: 


My baby girl

Kate Bottley Has Said: At the pub with my Goddaughter, she’s too young to buy a round just yet, but she won’t always be and then all this preparation will pay off

Aiden Coughlan Has Said: The time of day at a wedding is like the days of the week around Christmas. Everything is relative, nothing is absolute. And you’re drunk.

Em. Has Said: The fact that there has been so much uproar regarding the Toffee Deluxe no longer being in Quality Street is the reason why I love Britain.


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That baking show is dominating the headlines, MCFC’s ladies are dominating the pitch and tennis players are dominating the skies… really. Here are the interesting things happening on Twitter right now.


Paul Hollywood Has Said: I’m staying in the tent with the bakers where I belong. I want to thank Mary. I’ll miss her but she has made the right decision for her.

BBC News (World) Has Said: How has the area Islamic State controls changed since 2015? https://t.co/DUbc89EkI3

Sam Coates Times Has Said: Czechia is the new English Language name for the Czech Republic – here’s the government note on its use https://t.co/ANRyT57n6n

Man City Women Has Said: 33 league goals, unbeaten and a chance to win the league on Sunday. Make sure you’re there!

Davis Cup Has Said: Here is the draw for the 2017 World Group! Are you pleased with the draw?

Daily Mail Online Has Said: Game, set and catch! Mesmerizing skydive video shows tennis game at 13,000 FEET https://t.co/h96Q0RZLP9

JK Rowling Has Said: … so as far as I’m concerned, the test works!

Lord Sugar Has Said: Breaking news : Apprentice is back on 6th October BBC-1 at 9pm

Jim’ll Paint It Said: Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry in a tight loving embrace surrounded by an apocalyptic bake themed kitchen – as requested by Jay Skinner


Irish Examiner Has Said: One dead, paramedic injured, after ambulance catches fire at hospital in Naas https://t.co/XVAkDF6Uby

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Alvaro Morata says Chelsea made a £60m bid to sign him from Juventus

Alvaro Morata says Chelsea made a £60m bid for him earlier this summer

Alvaro Morata says Chelsea made a £60m bid to sign him this summer but it was his “dream” to return to Real Madrid.

Real used a £23 million buy-back option to re-sign Morata after they sold him to Juventus in June 2014 for £17m.

But the Spain international has revealed he came close to move to Stamford Bridge after former boss Antonio Conte signalled his interest in the striker.

“Chelsea showed the most interest,” Morata told German newspaper Sport Bild.

“Antonio Conte had already signed me for Juventus and it was a very good offer this time. I would have been the most expensive Spanish player ever.

“They offered roughly 70 million Euros, but Real Madrid said they had me in their plans and that was always my dream.”

Morata has started the season in solid fashion – scoring twice in five games for the Spanish giants, who are currently top of the La Liga table.

The 23-year-old will be hoping to recreate the form that saw him score 27 goals in 93 appearances for Juventus during his time in Turin.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are hoping to get the best out of new arrival Michy Batshuayi, who signed for the Blues instead of Morata earlier this summer.

The Belgium international has already scored three goals in six games but has been used largely as back-up for first-choice striker Diego Costa.

Apple approaches F1 team owner McLaren over possible buyout

Singapore Grand Prix Practice

http://www.sutton-images.com Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren stopped on track at the end of FP2 at Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Singapore Grand Prix, Practice, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore, Friday 16 September 2016.

Apple has reportedly approached Formula One team owner McLaren about an investment or potential takeover.

The Financial Times said the loss-making high performance sports car maker could be valued at between £1bn and £1.5bn.

McLaren said it was “not in discussion” with the tech giant but that it regularly held “confidential conversations with a wide range of parties”.

The statement did not deny that there had been an approach.

A deal could give Apple access to key automotive technology amid reports that it is working on a self-driving car.

It comes a couple of weeks after US firm Liberty Media agreed to buyFormula One in a £6bn deal.

Jasper Lawler, market analyst at CMC Markets, said: “Owning McLaren would be Apple waving a big flag over its intention to enter the car industry.

“As a high-end technology company, Apple appears to want to be at the high, cutting-edge end of the car industry too.”

Apple has hired dozens of experts from the sector over the past year and is exploring making charging stations for electric cars.

The California-based group also invested $1bn (£800m) in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing earlier this year.

Two years ago it paid $3bn (£2.3bn) for rapper Dr Dre’s headphone and music streaming company Beats Electronics.

Following the report that it had approached McLaren, Apple said it “does not comment on rumours or speculation”.

The tech company’s stock market value has recently been buoyed bypromising sales of its latest iPhone 7 handset.

Apple has also been at been at the centre of controversy over its tax arrangements with the European Commission ordering it to pay €13bn (£11bn) in back taxes to Ireland.

A McLaren spokesman said: “We can confirm that McLaren is not in discussion with Apple in respect of any potential investment.

“As you would expect, the nature of our brand means we regularly have confidential conversations with a wide range of parties, but we keep them confidential.”