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Sunday, September 19, 2021



Coronavirus could affect clocks going forward to British Summer Time on Sunday, GMB union says

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Man stockpiled supplies and weapons for the apocalypse, court told

A factory worker stockpiled weapons and supplies at his home to prepare for the apocalypse, a court has heard.

Rock 'n' Roll Island – Where Legends Were Born: How Eel Pie Island launched a UK rock generation

Friday nights on BBC Four have long been the place for pop nostalgia, with music documentaries airing after vintage episodes of Top of the Pops. And nostalgia's what we all need right now, sitting at home dreaming of packed dancefloors and all those times when being out in London felt like being at the centre…

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel reveals regrets over Old Trafford exit: 'I was mentally tired'

Peter Schmeichel has revealed his regret over leaving Manchester United too soon.

Three face jail for killing bouncer at 'decadent' Mayfair party

Three men who killed a bouncer after they were turned away from an exclusive New Year's Eve party at a £12 million Mayfair mansion are facing jail today.

Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea eye Donnarumma, Soler to Arsenal, Karius to West Ham; Liverpool, Tottenham, Man Utd latest

Welcome to the Evening Standard's transfer news LIVE blog, bringing all the latest talk, rumours and gossip.

Thousands of over-70s to get free digital radios in bid to help combat loneliness amid coronavirus lockdown

Thousands of people in their seventies are set to get a free digital radio as the BBC and manufacturers try to combat loneliness brought on by the coronavirus lockdown.

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Pep Guardiola feels ‘a bit guilty’ as packed Etihad watches Man City draw 0-0 with Southampton

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola admitted he felt “a bit guilty” after seeing his side held to a goalless draw by Southampton at a packed Etihad.

Business Secretary reassured that gas supply ‘not cause for immediate concern’

He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.

Lib Dems hold key to next general election, says Davey

The Lib Dem leader will tell his annual conference that Boris Johnson can only be removed if they take seats from the Tories.

France accuses Britain of hiding in ‘American lap’ in submarine row

Paris furious after Australia cancels a £30bn submarine order following new defence pact with the US and UK.

What the papers say – September 19

Rising gas prices and Boris Johnson’s trip to the US feature among the stories on Sunday’s front pages.