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With Trent Alexander-Arnold sidelined by a virus, the majority expected Joe Gomez would get the nod for the champions of Europe. Instead, Klopp opted for the puzzle piece that always fits.

Bored by Brexit? British TV starts Brexit-free news channel. After three years of Brexit crisis, Sky News is betting that some viewers are so bored by the divorce drama that there is a market for a channel dedicated to news that has nothing to do with Britain's exit from the European Union. Tradie accused of mounting a curb and driving along a footpath before slamming into a cop car. The 39-year-old man was driving a white Ford Courier ute in Thornlie, WA, at about 2.15pm on October 16 when he allegedly mounted the curb and crashed in to the police car. Will Jeremy Corbyn bottle an election again? Labour will get 'smashed' in polls, warn half his MPs. Boris Johnson is poised to force a fresh vote on an election if the EU confirms another three-monthdelay. He urged Jeremy Corbyn and other Opposition leaders to 'settle the matter'. A Big Step by Coco Gauff, Huge Leaps for a Tennis Youth Movement. On Friday, Gauff reached her first singles semifinal, and the next generation upset Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. Hillsong pastor claims he 'doesn't know' if Scott Morrison asked for him to come to US. Hillsong pastor Brian Houston saidhe 'doesn't know' if Scott Morrison had asked for him to join a meeting with US President Donald Trump. Murray wins his first singles title since undergoing two hip surgeries. Andy Murray is back. The former No. 1-ranked player won the European Open Sunday to claim his first ATP singles title in more than two years. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend. Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead. Iranian music streaming website is blasted for airbrushing female artists out of album covers. Melovaz has altered numerous major album releases, in a decision whichstems from the country's strict Islamic law which has harsh restrictions on women's self-expression. Controversial Belgian parade slammed for antisemitic floats provokes further anger with new images. The Aalst Carnival, 20 miles west of Brussels, drew global condemnation in March for its use of a carnival float featuring 'caricatures of Jewish people' sitting on piles of money. Experts warn that parents who don't vaccinate have forgotten the devastating impact of diseases. EXCLUSIVE Illnesses such as measles, polio and diphtheria have been wiped out in the UK. But they still circulate abroad and could return amid falling uptake of childhood immunisations. Disciplinary tribunal for two Deloitte partnersover audits of scandal-hit software giant Autonomy. Richard Knights and Nigel Mercer failed to properly challenge the company's accounts, the Financial Reporting Council claims. The regulator said the case will be heard on Thursday, October 10. Potato puree is just as good for athletes at boosting their performance as carb gels. The 60g dose every hour acted as 'race fuel' for fatigued cyclists in a study at the University of Illinois. It worked as well as trendy carbohydrate gels which are mostly high in sugar. How Did the Diner Menu Get So Long? You can get just about anything at an American diner. This illustrated history has some insights into why. Lifesaver hits back after Sydney mum complained about being refused entry to pool with young kids. Bridget Murphy wanted to take her three children on a day out to the Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre in Bexley, southern Sydney, on October 17. However, she left disappointed when they were refused entry. How a driver's split-second decision changed the lives of a promising cyclist and his family forever. The family of Auckland teen almost killed when he was knocked off his bike has recalled the moment their lives changed forever in a harrowing video released by New Zealand Police.