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2018年12月31日 星期一

Front Page: New Year celebrations around world | Javid backs down over migrants | Exclusive interview with Harry Kane

Plus: a new series of Luther, and New Year's celebrations from around the world

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

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Good morning and welcome to your essential rundown from The Telegraph – news, comment, features and sport

Headlines

Migrant crossings | Javid backs down as two boats redeployed to Channel

Manchester stabbing | Counter-terror police probe attack at train station

North Korea | Kim Jong-un's offer to meet Trump comes with warning

New Horizons | Nasa spacecraft makes historic flyby four billion miles away

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | China's industrial slump amid 'credit crunch'

 

Sport briefing

Harry Kane interview | 'Proving people wrong drives me on'

Jason Burt | Premier League faces uncertain future after CEO shambles

Match analysis | How Klopp's Liverpool tore apart Unai Emery's Arsenal

Mick Cleary | From Siya Kolisi to Joe Marler, rugby union review of 2018

Sports quiz | How much do you remember from the sporting year?

 

Gallery: New Year's Eve celebrations

Watch the fireworks as the world welcomes 2019. Click here for the gallery.

Fireworks explode over the Marina Bay ahead of the New Year's Eve festivities in Singapore last night (Credit: Reuters)

Fireworks explode over the Marina Bay as part of the New Year's Eve festivities in Singapore.

 

Comment

Rowan Pelling | I know how it hurts to be ghosted by your best friend

Tim Stanley | Brexiteers can help Britain rediscover true democracy

Tom Stevenson | British shares are cheap and it is time to jump in

 

Editor's choice

Dr Rangan Chatterjee | My simple, four-step plan for a less stressful 2019

“I get it,” he says. “I get that we’re all stressed, because I live that life to a certain extent, too. My wife and I juggle a lot. We’re not perfect. We don’t always get it right.”
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Culture editor's choice

Luther

Best of tonight's TV | Luther: Idris Elba returns

 
Raymond Briggs

Raymond Briggs: Snowmen, Bogeymen & Milkmen | Review

 
 
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49ers’ situation not good, but it’s better than the Raiders’

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49ers' situation not good, but it's better than the Raiders'
 
49ers' situation not good, but it's better than the Raiders'
 
SCOTT OSTLER : For a few moments Sunday, it was like the 49ers and the Raiders, playing 1,630 miles apart, were living in parallel universes. Call it the Murky Way.
 
 
 
 
 
Last Oakland Raiders game? If so, it was an affront to the franchise's legacy
Last Oakland Raiders game? If so, it was an affront to the franchise's legacy
 
 
 
Reports: Raiders hiring Mike Mayock for executive role
Reports: Raiders hiring Mike Mayock for executive role
 
 
 
 
 
Is it a pass? No, it's a fumble for Stanford's winning TD in Sun Bowl
Is it a pass? No, it's a fumble for Stanford's winning TD in Sun Bowl
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pat Mahomes provides reasons for Kansas City fans to chant 'MVP'
Pat Mahomes provides reasons for Kansas City fans to chant 'MVP'
 
 
 
Raiders blown out 35-3 at Kansas City in season finale
Raiders blown out 35-3 at Kansas City in season finale
 
 
 
 
 
Raiders, 49ers to coach Senior Bowl
Raiders, 49ers to coach Senior Bowl
 
 
 
49ers' George Kittle barrels into NFL record book
49ers' George Kittle barrels into NFL record book
 
 
 
 
 
49ers' record-breaker Kittle wins Bill Walsh Award
49ers' record-breaker Kittle wins Bill Walsh Award
 
 
 
49ers' season ends with ugly loss to Rams, but George Kittle sets NFL record
49ers' season ends with ugly loss to Rams, but George Kittle sets NFL record
 
 
 
 
 
Questions remain after ex-Warrior Patrick McCaw lands with Cleveland
Questions remain after ex-Warrior Patrick McCaw lands with Cleveland
 
 
 
Warriors' Andre Iguodala fined $25,000 for throwing ball into stands
Warriors' Andre Iguodala fined $25,000 for throwing ball into stands
 
 
 
 
 
Warriors' Jonas Jerebko relating Achilles recovery gut check to Cousins
Warriors' Jonas Jerebko relating Achilles recovery gut check to Cousins
 
 
 
Northern California weather phenomenon delivers crystal views
Northern California weather phenomenon delivers crystal views
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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