England (23) – France (20)
A spirited performance by England was enough to overcome a young, hungry France who looked to overcome history to keep their hopes of winning the six nations alive. An early try from French scrum half Antoine Dupon was a statement of intent – the French were desperate to win this one.
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Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea handed Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool a fifth straight home defeat at Anfield – something that has not happened to Liverpool since the club was formed in 1892. A solid, well-coached Chelsea side came out of the gates strong against an out of form Liverpool and scored just before the half. The spectacular solo effort from Mason Mount was enough to win the game for the visitors who spent the rest of the game defending Liverpool’s front three – who slowly ran out of ideas to break down Chelsea as the game went on.
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The acclaimed Brazilian author Paulo Coelho’s book ‘Hippie’ explores the love, drug fuelled hippie culture and traditions of Europe in the 70s. However, Coelho’s storytelling in this travel-novel fails to reach the levels of some of his much-admired cult classic novels.
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The American Dream, to make it in the U.S.A, is something people have been doing for centuries. Now, a handful of British teenagers are heading across the Atlantic to do the same with their very own basketball aspirations.
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BBC Radio One’s Abbie McCarthy discusses her journey from student radio to becoming one of the U.K’s most promising multi-media presenters.
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Nikola Jokic has shown the world his classy and elite skill-set during the current NBA playoffs at the most pressurised and toughest stage of the NBA season. Everyone could see the 7ft Serb had potential after coming third in the 2016 rookie of the year award voting but many did not expect Jokic, now 25, to be carrying the Denver Nuggets to a conference final vs a Lebron and AD’s Lakers team. This has led many to believe that Jokic is the best Center in the NBA – and possibly the greatest passing center of all time.
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It’s been a little over a week since I got back from one of the, in my eyes, craziest trips I have ever been on – walking the Camino de Santiago from a small town in Southern France to Santiago de Compostela in the North West of Spain.
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Coronavirus has had a huge impact on the world economy and people’s lives however recent studies have suggested that the global slowdown of people will lead to improved air quality and will have some beneficial effects on the environment.
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In Stratford, East London, London Lions, one of the two professional basketball teams in London, play every other week. After the Olympics ended the Lions made the Copper Box, used for handball at the Olympics, their permanent home. Now, eight years later the club is thriving and attracting fans from around London.
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The brand new podcast from the writers of cultivationuk.com, a youth and popular culture website founded on sport, music and much more. Tune in each week to hear our dedicated writers discuss anything and everything surrounding youth culture.
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Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn are an exciting rap and production duo from Brighton. These two have been making some noise over the past few years and now seek to take their popularity to a new level. We caught up with them after the release of their latest single ‘cold man sound’.
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Kevin Celestin, aka Kaytranada, played a bouncy, animated set at KOKO last night in a rare London performance.
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