“I’m disappointed, frustrated but let’s not forget what we have done so far,” Deschamps said. “I don’t think there was a huge gap between the teams. They are more experienced and we were timid at the beginning but we created some chances. We were not efficient and Neuer played well, too. I’m proud of my players and my staff and that’s what I told them at the end.” … [Read more...] about Germany reach World Cup semi-finals as Mats Hummels header sinks France
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But what did we miss? So many games come out on so many different platforms now that even great ones can sometimes slip under the radar. Or is a game that our critics were lukewarm about your favourite of the year? We’ll run a companion list of our readers’ favourite games of 2018 between Christmas and New Year – but first we need to hear from you. … [Read more...] about Tell us: what was your favourite game of 2018?
Sam, and all his hopes, dreams and potential, are gone in an instant when he’s killed in an apparent mugging while walking back from the theatre with Molly. The ensuing scene in which Sam comes to terms with being dead was so scary I had to fast forward through it every time. Then there’s the bit where he wakes up in bed and you think everything’s fine, but, instead of Molly next to him, it’s the crumbling face of the angel statue. We’re not in Richard Curtis territory any more. … [Read more...] about My favourite film aged 12: Ghost
I was moved to tears when I heard Archie’s story and saw him perform "Don’t Let The Sun Go Down on Me". The courage and forgiveness shown by him is truly inspiring. The same spirit that the world found so inspiring with Nelson Mandela. Love, E xx https://t.co/oYxM3IyvWB … [Read more...] about Archie Williams: Wrongfully convicted man who spent 37 years in jail now favourite to win America’s Got Talent
It’s a cruel irony of this pandemic that while many people are embracing domestic life others are being ripped out of it. There are for lease signs popping up every day in my neighbourhood, one where a lot of international students used to live, and piles of abandoned furniture on the kerbs. Online furniture forums are filled with ads tinged with desperation – “moving sale ... everything must go … trying to raise cash”. My sister and her young family are among the legions forced to move in with their parents, new multi-generation households where the focus is less on finding the right mirror than it is not driving each other insane, while wondering where home will be on the other side of all this. … [Read more...] about Our homes have become our whole world – and now I’m obsessed with changing mine