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Aston Villa v Manchester United: Premier League – live!

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9.47pm BST

71 min Another United change: Fred replaces the marvellous Bruno Fernandes, who continues to have the most profound impact of a new United signing since Eric Cantona.

9.47pm BST

70 min “Quite apart from all the VAR stuff, it must be noted just how limp Villa look and how poorly their captain is playing, says Andrew Donald. “Grealish barely attempted to block Pogba’s shot for the third goal and has the look of a man resigned to leaving at the end of the season.”

Yes, he doesn’t demand the ball nearly as much as he was a few months ago. There are a few possible reasons, but his morale looks very low.

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Online Retailer Shein Stops Selling ‘Buddhist Swastika’ Necklace Following Outrage

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via Shein

Fast fashion e-tailer Shein is best recognized for its cheap summer dresses, prolific clothing drops, YouTube videos, and now, a certain swastika necklace. 

On Thursday, @HereForTheTea2, an Instagram account which dutifully chronicles influencer drama, posted a screenshot from the brand’s website. It appeared to show a “Metal Swastika Pendant Necklace” available for the small price of $2.50.

After the public call-out drew criticism on Instagram and Twitter, it only took Shein a few hours to scrub the product from its site.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Detroit: civil rights coalition sues to bar water shutoffs for residents

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Class action aims to force city with one of country’s most expensive water rates to institute affordable payment plan

A coalition of civil rights groups have filed a landmark class action to ban water shutoffs for Detroit residents and force the city to implement an affordable payment plan.

Detroit, which has one of the most expensive water rates in the country, has disconnected more than 140,000 households since 2014, as part of an internationally condemned debt collection scheme which has left thousands of vulnerable residents without running water for months or years.

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Suspected German police links to far right come under scrutiny

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Police computer used to search for personal data of politician targeted by neo-Nazis

German police are facing growing accusations of links with the far right after a police computer was used to search for details of a leftwing MP who received death threats.

Peter Beuth, the interior minister for the state of Hesse, announced on Thursday that he would appoint a special investigator to try to shed light on the case.

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