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Man found guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox

Thomas Mair has been found guilty of murder of MP Jo Cox at Old Bailey this afternoon and has been sentenced to life in prison. A 53-year-old man shot Jo Cox, 41, on the 16th of June in Birstall, West Yorkshire where she was about to hold a … [Read More...]

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NEWS

Your View: Scotrail

Commuters give their views on the state of Scottish railways, after calls to privatize the Scottish rail service. This is following the news that Scotrail trains between Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee are slower today than they were in the Victorian … [Read More...]

EN4 Entertainment News for 23/11/16

https://youtu.be/kNyP-wYUIoA Showbiz know-it-all Peter Carson is here with a roundup of this weeks entertainment gossip. This edition talks about thanksgiving releases and this week's best tv. … [Read More...]

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Serial killer Stephen Port found guilty of date rape murders of three men

Serial killer Stephen Port has been found guilty of the murders of three young gay men. The 41 year old chef gave his victims lethal doses of date rape drug GHB and raped them while they were unconscious before leaving their bodies near a graveyard … [Read More...]

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Who are Theresa May’s ‘JAMs’ ?

JAM seems to be the new hot political acronym on everyone's lips. The JAMs are Theresa May's 'just about managing' families. Other aliases include 'the squeezed middle', 'working hard families', and 'alarm clock Britain'. Despite the sticky sweet … [Read More...]

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SPORTS

Our thoughts on tonight’s Champions League games

https://www.facebook.com/en4news2016/videos/vb.673705832794168/706675006163917/?type=3&theater … [Read More...]

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REPORT: Sevilla 1-3 Juventus

Juventus scored two goals in the last six minutes to secure qualification for the final 16 of the Champions League. The Serie A leaders were without Gonzalo Higuaín, Paulo Dybala and Andrea Barzagli for their meeting with three-in-a-row Europa … [Read More...]

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Arise Sir Andy?

    Andy Murray has had the best season of his career. Fact. Winning Wimbledon is pinnacle for any British tennis player, but to double up and retain Olympic gold in Team GBs most successful Olympic Games ever, that makes him more … [Read More...]

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Scottish Rugby – Where Are We Now?

With two of Scotland’s three Autumn Test matches having come and gone, we take a look at where Vern Cotter’s men are and what to expect ahead of next year’s Six Nations. The fixtures began for Scotland on the 12th, when despite a largely … [Read More...]

PREVIEW: PSG vs. Arsenal

PSG and Arsenal will meet at the Emirates Stadium tonight. Both teams have already qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League and will now look for a win tonight in order to seal top spot in the group. Unbeaten in 17 games, Arsenal are … [Read More...]

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REPORT: Leicester City 2-1 Club Brugge

Leicester City advanced to the knockout stages of the Champions League, topping Group G after defeating Club Brugge 2-1 at the King Power stadium. The win ensured maximum points for Leicester against Club Brugge in the group, after a comprehensive … [Read More...]

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Top Five

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Top five Christmas cocktails

With the arrival of Edinburgh’s annual Christmas market, and the magical lights that shine through the city centre, there is no denying that the capital is feeling very festive this winter season. Christmas food and cocktail menus are now on the … [Read More...]

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Top 5 Scottish foods for the coming winter

1. Haggis Possibly the most renowned Scottish food, Haggis is a savoury pudding, a love or hate food that is best made in the heart of Scotland and will leave you satisfied. 2. Scottish tablet This delicious sweet treat melts in the mouth and is … [Read More...]

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5 animals that tried to predict the outcome of the U.S Election

  Months worth of polling couldn't predict the result of the U.S election, so could a psychic animal have done a better job? On the verge of huge events in modern times, some people have resorted to animal predictions to find the answers they … [Read More...]

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Three places in Edinburgh to taste ‘Bake Off’-worthy treats

We've spent ten weeks in the company of Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, salivating through our television screens at the sight of The Great British Bake Off's amazing cake creations. Tonight, having reluctantly waved farewell to Selasi (and eight … [Read More...]

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International

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Breaking: Trump names former critic as UN Envoy

Donald Trump has named South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as US ambassador to the UN, US media report. She is the first non-white female cabinet-level official appointed within the Trump administration, despite her previous criticisms of Trump's … [Read More...]

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5 animals that tried to predict the outcome of the U.S Election

  Months worth of polling couldn't predict the result of the U.S election, so could a psychic animal have done a better job? On the verge of huge events in modern times, some people have resorted to animal predictions to find the answers they … [Read More...]

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Here’s what Trump’s America could look like

Voters were led to believe that Donald Trump would ‘Make America Great Again’. As votes poured in, the billionaire left opponent Clinton behind in what some have labeled the most intense political battle in US history. In the end, the American people … [Read More...]

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Womanhood and Donald Trump’s Presidency

"Nobody has more respect for women than I do," Donald Trump told voters during first presidential debate. However, he has been accused of sexual assault from more than a dozen women - which Trump has denied, and he has threatened to sue them once … [Read More...]

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Votes of fear over faith

As the UK wakes up to another hangover of an election result, it feels like an excruciating case of deja vu. An election, in essence, should hand the power to the people but it feels like the wand is in very dangerous hands. The world has been … [Read More...]

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Love Trumps Hate: How America’s minorities are reacting to the result

Minorities in America are showing their fear over their future after Donald Trump plans to reverse what Barack Obama had changed during his time as US President. African Americans, Mexicans, Hispanics, Muslims, LGBT and the disabled are just a few … [Read More...]

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Local

Commuters give their views on the state of Scottish railways, after calls to privatize the Scottish rail service. This is following the news that Scotrail trains between Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee are slower today than they were in the Victorian … [Read More...]

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JAM seems to be the new hot political acronym on everyone's lips. The JAMs are Theresa May's 'just about managing' families. Other aliases include 'the squeezed middle', 'working hard families', and 'alarm clock Britain'. Despite the sticky sweet … [Read More...]

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Women’s rights group, Sisters Uncut, came out in full force on Sunday across the country to protest ahead of the autumn statement. Over 600 women from the national anti-domestic violence group joined peaceful but powerful protests in London, … [Read More...]

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New findings from Scottish Labour have shown that train journeys between Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee are slower today than they were in the 1800s. Despite trains being powered by steam, journeys took less time then than they do today. In 1895 it … [Read More...]

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Scotland’s annual November Book Week Scotland is back in town this week until the 27th of November. It is a week not only for book lovers but people of all ages who want share their passion for literature. According to the Daily Record, even the … [Read More...]

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A Holyrood inquiry has been launched following concerns regarding bonuses for Chief Executives during election periods. For a number of years Election Chiefs have received extra payment for running elections, a task which many believe should be … [Read More...]

Features

https://youtu.be/kNyP-wYUIoA Showbiz know-it-all Peter Carson is here with a roundup of this weeks entertainment gossip. This edition talks about thanksgiving releases and this week's best tv. … [Read More...]

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US rapper Kanye West was hospitalised yesterday following a “medical aid request” to the Los Angeles Fire Department. News reports have stated that the ‘Fade’ songwriter was escorted to the UCLA Medical Center for psychiatric evaluation after a … [Read More...]

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With the infamous Black Friday sales hitting the UK for the 6th year running this weekend, thousands of tech deals, fashion discounts and travel extravaganzas are set to triumph stores nationwide. So what deals can we expect for … [Read More...]

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In an age of technology, social media and endless time-devouring apps, what better gift to give this festive period than a quality book to unplug from the world with? As this week is Book Week Scotland here is our top 7 best reads published in 2016 … [Read More...]

Looking past the box office domination of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Douglas Greenwood and Jessica Mercer are joined by Cromarty Film Festival's Eva Coutts to discuss the next fortnight's biggest film releases. Indignation – 0:00 - … [Read More...]

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Scotland’s annual November Book Week Scotland is back in town this week until the 27th of November. It is a week not only for book lovers but people of all ages who want share their passion for literature. According to the Daily Record, even the … [Read More...]

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