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Elliott takes the blame after Cardinals crush Cowboys: This one is on me

© Tom Pennington/Getty Images Ezekiel Elliott, who had two costly fumbles as the Cowboys were crushed by the Cardinals.Ezekiel Elliott issued an apology following the Dallas Cowboys' heavy loss to the Arizona Cardinals, admitting after two costly fumbles: "I need to be better".The Cardinals improved to 4-2 as they thrashed the Cowboys 38-10 in Texas, running all over their opponents as they amassed 261 total rushing yards in the one-sided contest on Monday.Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy made clear that despite the change during the game, Elliott remains the team's lead back.Elliott finished the game with 49 rushing yards on 12 attempts, while Pollard had 31 yards on 10 carries.

Good Morning Britain viewers baffled as 'frozen' guest is spotted blinking

Good Morning Britain viewers were left incredibly perplexed today after being told that a guest's connection had frozen - only to notice them blinking.© ITV"Ah, Andrew appears to have now frozen," Ranvir remarked.Andrew stayed incredibly still - but viewers were left with raised eyebrows as they pointed out that he was still blinking.One tweeted: "Andrew hasn’t even frozen ffs you can clearly see him blinking Face with rolling eyes #GMB."A third quipped: "It’s amazing how he has frozen but is blinking more than ever...

‘Negligent and unlawful’: Ministers accused of failing to address impact of coronavirus on ethnic minorities

© Provided by The IndependentMinisters have failed to bring in measures to reduce the disproportionate impact of coronavirus on ethnic minorities, despite warnings months ago that action was needed.He called on ministers to “urgently” bring in more culturally tailored public health messaging that ethnic minority communities trust in order to ensure behavioural change.It said people of Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, other Asian, Caribbean and other black ethnicity had between 10 and 50 per cent higher risk of death.A number of reports have found people from minority ethnic communities have been worse affected by the pandemic than their white counterparts.In mid-June, a group of health experts writing in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine said ethnic minorities and migrants were being disproportionately harmed by the pandemic response.

Council leader issues forthright message over Tier 3 restrictions

© Jonathan Brady Health Secretary Matt Hancock (Jonathan Brady/PA)A council leader has rejected talk of his town being placed in Tier 3 of the coronavirus restrictions, saying anyone suggesting it will be told to “sod off”.Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Monday that talks were continuing with leaders in Manchester about increasing restrictions in and around the city.He added that talks were planned this week with South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, the North East and Teesside.Apparently it was announced in the House of Commons earlier that there were talks happening in relation to #Hartlepool & wider #TeesValley going into Tier 3.He tweeted on Monday evening: “Apparently it was announced in the House of Commons earlier that there were talks happening in relation to #Hartlepool & wider #TeesValley going into Tier 3.

Intel sells NAND memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion

Hong Kong (CNN Business) US chipmaker Intel (INTC) is selling part of its memory chip business to SK Hynix for $9 billion in a deal that would make the South Korean company the world's second biggest flash memory chipmaker.SK Hynix will acquire Intel's NAND memory chip business, including associated manufacturing and design patents, as well as the US firm's factory in Dalian, China, the companies said in a statement on Tuesday.Intel's NAND flash memory products are used in devices such as smartphones, tablets and hard drives.The US company will keep Optane, its advanced memory chip technology business.Shares in SK Hynix were last down more than 2% in Seoul.

How to avoid being a victim of lockdown car fraud

© Provided by Motoring Research DVLA scam warningMotorists are being warned to be vigilant against scammers and fraudsters during tightening lockdown measures.As Ben Fletcher, director at the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB), explains, motorists are the group most likely to be targeted by fraudsters.“We must do more which is why we’ve launched an industry-backed ad campaign called Stop the Scams to help the public spot signs of insurance fraud.In another scam, used car sellers are targeted by fraudsters claiming they have an immediate buyer for the car.If you suspect that you have been contacted by, or have fallen victim to a fraud, report it Action Fraud.

Rugby morning headlines as two new Wales call-ups poised to miss France match

And it's on this basis Bears boss Lam has kept Wales call-ups Sheedy and Lloyd with him.Update awaited over Wales Women Six Nations clashA cloud still remains over whether Wales Women's Six Nations clash against Scotland on November 1 will go ahead following the announcement of a fire-break lockdown.The Guinness PRO14 can also proceed here in Wales, with the Ospreys entertaining Glasgow at the Liberty Stadium this coming Saturday.But WalesOnline is awaiting clarity over the fate of Wales Women's rescheduled Six Nations match against Scotland on November 1 at Cardiff City Stadium.Wales Women's last outing in the Six Nations - a heavy defeat to a fully professional England side - marked their fourth consecutive defeat.

'Tier 3 lockdown will cause certain harm'

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ExxonMobil responds to Trump claiming he could phone company and ask for $25m

During a bizarre off-script moment at a campaign rally in Prescott, Arizona, Mr Trump suggested he could be “the greatest fundraiser in history” – if only he was corrupt.To illustrate his point, Mr Trump described a hypothetical call that he could make to the CEO of ExxonMobil, soliciting a bribe from the company.— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) October 19, 2020“Just so we’re all clear, it never happened,” the ExxonMobil statement read.According to the campaign finance records published on opensecrets.org, individuals affiliated with ExxonMobil have contributed far more to Mr Biden and other Democrats this year’s presidential election than to Mr Trump and the Republicans.While Mr Trump raised a total $69,486, Mr Biden earned $111,866.

Charlie Nicholas blasts 'ludicrous' Celtic fan complaints as Hoops hero gives Neil Lennon verdict

Charlie Nicholas has told Neil Lennon he can't blame his Celtic mole for defeat to Rangers on Saturday.Injury and Covid-19 issued had decimated his squad but Nicholas insists Lennon still had the players there to perform much better than he did.The former Celtic striker was left baffled by the decision to start Patryk Klimala while Leigh Griffiths was sitting on the bench."Lennon also can't blame the 2-0 defeat on the mole who leaked his line-up on the eve of the clash.But things are not working and Lennon needs to put things right now because they have a big run of fixtures coming up."