How bad is child poverty where you live? See how your area ranks

More than four million children across the UK are living in poverty – with half of all kids living below the breadline in some areas.

Shocking figures show a huge variation between rich and poor across the country.

More than half of children in 10 Parliamentary constituencies officially live in poverty – including areas of London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford and Blackburn.

It comes as the Daily Mirror today launches our Give Me Five campaign. We are calling on Boris Johnson to increase child benefit by £5 a week to end the scourge of child poverty.

Without action the number of kids in poverty in the UK is set to rise even further from 4.1million to 5.2million in the next two years.

We want an immediate increase in child benefit – a move which would lift 200,000 children out of destitution.

We also want the Government to restore child tax credits, to scrap the two-child limit and to axe the benefit cap.

Alison Garnham, Chief Executive of Child Poverty Action Group said: “We’re a country that wants every child to thrive. But child poverty is rising – not falling.

“That should ring alarm bells for every politician because it will damage children’s well- being, their chances in life and the country’s economy."

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In Poplar and Limehouse, East London, an astonishing 58.5% of children live in poverty after housing costs.

Across the capital, in affluent Twickenham, less than 20% are in the same position.

And even within the same cities, the gap is astonishing. In central York, 28.5% of children live in poverty.

But on the outskirts of the city, the data compiled by End Child Poverty reveals, this figure is 16.5%.

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Anna Feuchtwang, who chairs the End Child Poverty coalition, said: "The Government’s own data shows that child poverty in the UK has been rising steadily in recent years.

"This just isn’t right."

Critics have slammed the government and said more needs to be done to help children affected by swingeing cuts.

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Labour MP David Lammy , whose Tottenham constituency has a child poverty figure of 48.6%, told Mirror Online that Tory austerity and cruel changes to the benefit system were to blame.

He warned that this was fuelling the knife crime epidemic which has blighted the capital, and said the repercussions will be felt for generations to come.

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He said: "The consequences of a whole new generation of impoverished children will be felt for generations – not only in reduced educational opportunity and economic output, but also the knife crime epidemic that exists on our streets.”

The 25 places where child poverty is highest

(Figures show percentage of children in poverty after housing costs)

Poplar and Limehouse (London) – 58.6%52.4

Bethnal Green and Bow (London) – 55.3%

East Ham (London) – 53.8%

Birmingham, Hodge Hill – 53.5%

Blackburn – 52.4%

Islington South and Finsbury (London) – 52.2%

Manchester, Gorton – 52.1%

Blackley and Broughton (Manchester) – 51.3%

Bradford West – 50.9%

West Ham (London) – 50.5%

Birmingham, Ladywood – 49.6%

Peterborough – 48.9%

Hackney South and Shoreditch (London) – 48.7%

Tottenham (London) – 48.6%

Edmonton (London) – 48.5%

Manchester Central – 48.5%

Vauxhall (London) – 48.1%

Newcastle upon Tyne Central – 48%

Hackney North and Stoke Newington (London) – 47.9%

Birmingham, Hall Green – 47.2%

Ilford South (London) – 46.9%

Bradford East – 46.7%

Walsall South – 46.5%

Walsall North – 46.3%

Source: End Child Poverty

His views were echoed by Manchester Central MP Lucy Powell, who said: "Falling child poverty was one of the legacies of the last Labour government, yet a decade of Tory rule has shamefully reversed that trend."

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The Weeknd Gets Dark in New After Hours Short Film — with a Cameo by Jimmy Kimmel!

As if nighttime public transportation wasn’t scary enough, The Weeknd raises the sketchy factor with his latest release.

On Wednesday, the singer, 30, debuted a short film titled After Hours, just weeks ahead of his upcoming album of the same name, due out on March 20. In the five-minute mini movie (which comes with an epilepsy trigger warning, thanks to its flashy final moments), The Weeknd slowly sheds a happy persona for a decidedly darker alter ego.

The short opens with the star taking in the applause of a cheering studio audience — after performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The late-night show’s host, 52, makes a cameo, thanking The Weeknd, who’s seen wearing a slick red suit.

Reminiscent of last year’s Oscar-winning movie Joker, the next few sequences play out like a gritty mood swing. As The Weeknd enters an eery subway station, things take a turn for the worse when he begins to get dragged around the train platform by an unseen entity.

Concluding the film, which is directed by Anton Tammi, the musician is seen in an elevator with a young couple who, after the doors close, are heard screaming — likely at the hands of a shady Weeknd character.

After Hours will be The Weeknd’s first studio album since 2016’s Star Boy. The artist, born Abel Tesfaye, recently made his film debut in Uncut Gems, which starred Adam Sandler, in which he played a version of himself.

The new video falls in line with previous visuals released in conjunction with the upcoming album, at least in terms of aesthetic: he wears the same red suit in the psychedelic “Heartless” music video that dropped in December.

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In that video, the artist encounters a frog, which seems to symbolize his darker side, and when he decides to lick it, things get much hazier and chaotic for the star.

His first solo offering since his EP My Dear Melancholy in March 2018, the single “Heartless” featured ambiguous lyrics like “tryna find the one that can fix me” and “tryna be a better man, but I’m heartless.”

The exploration of a dark side is evident even in the artist’s introduction to his new era, with content that grapples with drugs, hypersexuality, self-destruction and loneliness.


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Coronovirus: How to STOP touching your face

How to STOP touching your face: Expert reveals his top tips to beating the ‘dangerous’ everyday habit that can spread coronavirus by wearing gloves or folding your hands instead

  • Expert has revealed how the practice of touching your face can be instrumental in spreading diseases like coronavirus 
  • Dr. James Cherry, a UCLA infectious diseases expert, advised wearing gloves or using a sterile contraption to touch your face
  • Author Martin Grunwald revealed politicians are extensively trained not to touch their face as it carries negative connotations and distracts from speeches

An expert has revealed how the practice of touching your face can be instrumental in spreading diseases like coronavirus. 

Dr. James Cherry, an American UCLA infectious diseases expert, has warned that the masks worn by many hoping to protect themselves from the virus won’t help if you touch your eyes or other crevices – a common way to contract a virus.

He says that the regular movement, which comes naturally to most, is something which should be avoided, and advises wearing gloves to make you more conscious of your movements, or keeping the hands occupied by folding them.

Martin Grunwald, author of book Homo hapticus,  reveals that politicians are ‘trained extensively’ to not to touch their face, explaining that ‘self-touch frequency’ is a ‘negative affect’ and shown to distract attention from a public speech.

Dr. James Cherry, a UCLA infectious diseases expert says that the regular movement of touching your face, which comes naturally to most, is something which should be avoided, and advises wearing gloves or keeping the hands occupied

Speaking to the LA Times, Dr Cherry said: ‘Surgical masks don’t cover the eyes. And people wearing masks can sometimes get an itch on their nose, and if they rub their nose through their mask, they’re likely to rub their eyes.

‘Viruses are very happy infecting through the eyes as well as through nose and mouth’.

He says: ‘Consider wearing gloves. The latest food safety gloves can also be used on smartphone screens, and gloves might make you more conscious about touching your face.’.

He has warned that the masks worn by many hoping to protect themselves from the virus won’t help if you touch your eyes or other crevices – a common way to contract a virus – advising people to wear gloves

Dr Cherry’s top tips to avoid touching your face 

Be mindful 

Dr Cherry advises starting to be aware of when you touch your face, and stopping yourself before you do it. 

Keep your hands occupied

He advises folding your hands or keeping them busy so you are less tempted to touch your face. 

Use sterile contraptions

The expert advises using sterile wooden tongue depressors to scratch an itch, or to wash your hands before and after you scratch it. 

Wear gloves

He suggests wearing gloves to avoid spreading germs. 

The expert advises using sterile wooden tongue depressors to scratch an itch, or to wash your hands before and after you scratch it

Nathan Winch, award-winning entrepreneur, who has sold a successful hand sanitizer company, told Femail: ‘Viruses can enter your body through the mouth, nose or eyes so each time you rub your eyes when you’re tired, put your hand to your mouth to stifle a yawn or scratch your nose, you run the risk of inviting coronavirus in.

‘The virus can latch on to mucus membranes, going on to destroy cells in the throat, nose or sinuses. From there, in someone with a weakened immune system, it can go on to attack the lungs and kidneys.

‘If you feel an itch that must be scratched, have makeup to apply or contact lenses or dentures, try and make sure to wash your hands thoroughly before and after you touch your face. You might also want to consider wearing sterilised gloves if you’re on the move and carry a hand sanitiser if possible.’

Meanwhile author Martin Grunwald revealed politicians are extensively trained not to touch their face as it carries negative connotations and distracts from speeches.

In his book Homo hapticus, Martin writes: ‘Every human being spontaneously touches its eyes, cheeks, chin and mouth manifold every day. These spontaneous facial self-touches (sFST) are elicited with little or no awareness and are distinct from gestures and instrumental acts.

‘Self-touch frequency has been shown to be influenced by negative affect and attention distraction and may be involved in regulating emotion and working memory functions.

‘Politicians, for example, learn through extensive training to restrain from touching their face during public speaking’. 

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Kristen Bell Reveals Her Daughters Share a Room: 'If That's the Worst Thing About Your Life … You're Going to Be Okay'

Kristen Bell is teaching her children about the power of sharing.

In an interview for SELF magazine surrounding National Sleep Awareness Month, the 39-year-old actress reveals that her two kids with husband Dax Shepard (daughters Delta, 5, and Lincoln, who turns 7 this month) do not have their own rooms.

“It’s very important to me that they share a bedroom,” says Bell. “I think their lives will be easier than most other people’s on the planet, and to develop a good character, it’s important to always be going through something. I like the fact that they will have to figure out how to share a bedroom.”

“Figure out how to share your closet. Figure out how to share your space,” adds The Good Place actress. “If that’s the worst thing about your life, that you have to share a bedroom with your sister, you’re going to be okay.”

Bell doesn’t even mind being the bad guy, as long as Delta and Lincoln have a solid dynamic between them. In fact, “Recently, I’ve found a lot of success when I can get my daughters to gang up on me,” she tells SELF.

“When they treat each other the worst, I have to say something like, ‘Well I’m just glad you guys aren’t ganging up on me,’ and that gives them this idea of, ‘Ooh, we can be co-conspirators and battle Mom together.’ Because what I care about is that they’re forming a bond,” says the mother of two.

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Bell and her Armchair Expert podcast co-host husband, 45, “always try to put our kids to bed together,” as the tag-team effect is useful due the girls being “very strong-willed children” who “have both of our stubbornness combined,” she jokes.

“They go to bed at 7:30, so we will go into the bedroom at 7:00 and have a Supreme Court debate about whether or not they should brush their teeth,” the Veronica Mars star jokes, sharing that she has leveraged “the four walls technique” with her daughters, “which is where you have someone come to their own conclusion by asking them a series of questions that leads them to believe it is the right decision.”

“For example, I say, ‘What’s your favorite food?’ [The kids] say, ‘Macaroni and cheese.’ ‘What do you love about it?’ ‘It’s delicious.’ ‘What does it make you feel like?’ ‘Makes me feel full.’ ‘Okay, what do you use to eat macaroni and cheese?’ ‘My teeth.’ ‘Oh, great, so if you didn’t have your teeth, you couldn’t eat macaroni and cheese?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘And do you know how you keep your teeth?’ You lead them to their conclusion,” Bell adds.

“Sometimes I have success by going in the bedroom with them and not saying anything, just sitting down on the bed, and they will reroute themselves,” she continues. “Sometimes, if I’ve had a really exhausting day, I’ll look at the clock at 6:30 and tell them that it’s 7:30. They can’t read the clock, and that is just fine with me.”

Bell has been instilling bedtime routines into her kids since they were “jelly roll babies,” when she “would sit in the bathtub with them every night because my doula had recommended I ‘let their brains start to connect that “After the dip in the warm water is when I sleep the longest,” ‘ ” she recalls to SELF.

“They have to connect patterns — life is about connecting patterns, right? So, as they got older it became we brush our teeth, we wash our hands, we put on our jammies and we read two books,” Bell shares.

Lately, those books have been all about the journey to Hogwarts and beyond with the Harry Potter series, in audio book format. They’re currently on the fourth book in the seven-part series: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

“They love it,” says Bell. “If we’re not listening to an audio book, we read books. And there’s usually some sort of Daddy wrestling match that happens to get out all the energy right before bed.”

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Reviled ex-Russian oligarch, Citizen K, says he knows Putin’s worst fear

“I think it’s my job to be suspicious of people with wealth and power,” says Alex Gibney. “It’s why we do what we do.”

The prolific documentary maker who dissected smoke-and-mirrors business in Enron: the Smartest Guys in the Room, who has confronted liars and tricksters from Lance Armstrong to Scientology’s guardians, has turned his gaze in Citizen K upon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a former oligarch and owner of Russia’s massive oil business.

In Alex Gibney’s Citizen K, Mikhail Khodorkovsky looks on from behind a glass enclosure during his 2010 courtroom appearance in Moscow.Credit:

Khodorkovsky has had more wealth and power than most of us could even imagine. That was until his pro-democracy agitation landed him in a Siberian prison, then exile, at the behest of President Vladimir Putin.

For Russia’s dissident democrats, the former oligarch has become a hero.

Between 2003 and 2013, Khodorkovsky was in a Siberian prison on spurious charges of fraud and tax evasion. When he was released, the empire he had been building since 1989 had disappeared.

Nevertheless, he was able to lay his hands on around half a billion dollars he had squirrelled away before he was incarcerated – a fraction of the $US15 billon he once boasted, but quite sufficient to finance information campaigns in Moscow long-distance from London. “You don’t need to feel sorry for him,” says Gibney wryly.

For anyone familiar with Gibney’s style, Citizen K is exactly as you would expect: a close encounter with the subject supported by a thorough backstory, measured in the telling but with a clear point of view.

Khodorkovsky interested him, he says, because he had been “at the very top and the absolute bottom, exploiter and dissident, which seemed like a pretty interesting way to look at Russia”.

To look at Russia means, in turn, to look at the wily career of Putin. “In a way, the film is about the struggle between the two men,” Gibney says. It is cobra versus mongoose: a fight to the death that is still going on.

'Of course, the people I serve ultimately are the viewers.'

The earlier history of Khodorkovsky’s rise to riches is a rattling yarn of greed, gangster capitalism and occasional assassinations. Young Mikhail’s father was a design engineer at a state factory, his mother was a technician. Professionals though they were, they were poor.

When the communist system collapsed, the newly capitalist government gave everyone vouchers so they could start investing in the state-owned industries. But what did that mean? Shortages were rife and people desperate for money; soon, the baffling pieces of government paper were selling on the street for a fraction of their face value.

That was the entree for the future oligarchs. Canny Khodorovsky accumulated a wad of vouchers and used this paper to buy up slices of state-owned industries. Oil was his biggest interest. A sham auction a few years later delivered him the oil company Yukos at a peppercorn price, a pattern repeated in all key industries. By 1996, seven men between them owned half of the Russian economy.

It was only when he visited Russia and talked to people in the street, says Gibney, that he realised the depth of enduring hostility to Khodorkovsky, not only for his ill-gotten gains but also for his ruthlessness to those who stood in his way.

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It is accepted as fact that he ordered the execution of a mayor who tried to stop Citizen K’s mass sacking of workers at the town’s oil refinery. “Whether it’s manufactured or it’s a hangover from the way people really felt, in much of the country he is a reviled figure,” says Gibney. He doesn’t try to whitewash that past, but is convinced Khodorkovsky has changed.

“Prison will do some strange things to you,” he says. “For some people, it might have led them down the path to self-pity – that’s usually what happens to powerful people, even when they’re still in power. Khodorkovsky was different.”

Prison didn’t break his spirit or fill him with a lust for revenge; instead, he seemed to find a sense of mission. “He comes out of prison saying life is not about having, it’s about being. It’s hard to imagine Trump or Putin saying that,” Gibney says.

“I do think there was a change in terms of thinking about what is important in this society, whether human rights are important, whether an independent rule of law is important. I do believe in that change.”

It is inevitable, says Gibney, that he grows close to his subjects. “Of course, the people I serve ultimately are the viewers. For that reason I must be critical – which is hard, because over time you develop a sense of trust or affection for the subject, but you also have to be willing to have a distance.”

Khodorkovsky was extremely reserved when they first met. He was also inclined towards abstraction. “The hard part is to get him to speak in concrete ways, but when he does it’s kind of remarkable. I asked him what he thought Putin’s greatest nightmare is. I thought it was a metaphorical question, but he answered with great vividness.”

We hear him ask the question; Khodorovsky answers with alacrity. Putin’s nightmare would have him walking the corridors of the Kremlin, aware all the telephones are turned off, that nobody is answering him, knowing that his nemesis is finally coming for him.

“That is a really interesting image,” says Gibney, “because everybody who has been in power for a long time is actually terrified of losing that power.”

Khodorkovsky, on the other hand, knows that dissident Russians in London tend to die before their time, but he refuses to give way to fear. He has already had his power stripped from him; let them do their worst. “I don’t value my life that much,” he says, “to exchange it for losing respect.”

Citizen K is now in cinemas.

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E3 Organizers ‘Actively Assessing’ Coronavirus Outbreak, Still Planning to Hold June Event in L.A.

E3, the annual video-games conference in Los Angeles, is still on for now amid the spread of the coronavirus — but the event’s organizers said they are “monitoring and evaluating the situation daily.”

Last year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, drew 66,100 attendees. The 2020 gaming showcase is scheduled to run June 9-11 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown L.A. The expo is produced by the Entertainment Software Assn., the gaming industry trade group.

“While the ESA continues to plan for a safe and successful E3 show June 9-11, 2020 — we are monitoring and evaluating the situation daily,” the org said in an update Wednesday. “Our E3 team and partners continue to monitor COVID-19 via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We are actively assessing the latest information and will continue to develop measures to further reduce health risks at the show.”

Last week, the company that produces the Game Developers Conference (GDC) cancelled the event in San Francisco scheduled for March 16-20 over coronavirus concerns but said it planned to hold a GDC event later this summer.

The ESA’s latest statement comes after Los Angeles County on Wednesday declared a state of emergency because of the virus outbreak, after confirming six additional cases of novel coronavirus infection in L.A. County after identifying the first case in January. According to the county’s health department, none of the new cases are from “community spread” and were individuals “exposed to COVID-19 through close contacts.”

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Regardless of whether this year’s E3 goes forward or not, video-game giant Sony Interactive Entertainment will skip the event for the second year in a row.

“We have great respect for the ESA as an organization, but we do not feel the vision of E3 2020 is the right venue for what we are focused on this year,” Sony said in a statement in January. Sony is gearing up to launch the next-generation PlayStation 5 console, which is scheduled to ship in time for the 2020 holiday-shopping season.

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Jofra Archer signs two-year Sussex contract extension

England bowler Jofra Archer has signed a two-year contract extension with Sussex.

The 24-year-old’s new deal will keep him at the County Ground until at least the end of the 2022 season.

Speaking to Sussex’s website, Archer said: “Sussex gave me my opportunity right at the beginning of my career, so I am very happy to commit long term to the club.

“I really do enjoy playing with everyone here at Sussex and it was really nice to come back down last year to play a few games with the lads.

“It’s the same club that I left it as and it’s nice to know nothing has changed. Sometimes people sit in my space in the dressing room now, but that’s fine!

“It most definitely still feels special to pull on the Sussex shirt.”

Sussex head coach Jason Gillespie added: “We’re delighted that Jofra will continue to be with us at Sussex.

“I’m really looking forward to having him play for us when his England commitments allows. He loves playing for Sussex – he’s like a kid in a candy store!

“We all love having him around, and seeing his improvements as a player has been great. Hopefully we can play a role in helping him continue to get better.”

Archer made his Sussex debut in July 2016 and has gone on to take 131 wickets in just 28 first-class matches.

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Justin Bieber Said Hailey Baldwin Smells Like Ariana Grande & Ariana’s All About It

Justin Bieber has been giving fans a lot of insight into his relationship with wife Hailey Baldwin lately. In January 2020, he released his YouTube docu-series Seasons which featured Bieber’s sweet wedding vows about his wife, and the fact that his new album Changes was all about her. Now, Bieber is opening up about one of Baldwin’s most attractive qualities: her aroma. Justin Bieber said Hailey Baldwin smells like Ariana Grande, and, naturally, Beliebers might be wondering how to smell like Baldwin and Grande, too. Well, don’t worry, Bieber’s got answers for you.

On March 3, Bieber appeared on The Ellen Show and played a few rounds of Burning Questions. Ellen Degeneres, being the outstanding interviewer she is, asked all of the important questions during the short game, including what Bieber’s wife smells like. His answer was surprising.

"She smells like Ariana Grande’s perfume," he said smiling, almost as if he was remembering her scent. "She smells good. It’s a good smell. Flowery and, like, fruity. It’s good."

Grande heard about Bieber and Baldwin’s affinity for her fragrance and shared the cute clip on her Instagram with the caption, "i kno das right."

Baldwin agreed, writing under Grande’s post, "period!!!"

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If you thought Baldwin’s scent was the only amusing reveal made during the game, you’d be wrong. Bieber shared Baldwin’s thoughts on his infamous mustache, too.

"You recently had a mustache… will it return?" Degeneres asked.

"I hope so. Eventually. But right now, I’m going to keep it clean because my wife — she’s not really liking it," Bieber admitted, before Degeneres followed with another hot question.

"What body part are you most proud of?" she probed.

"I gotta say I got a nice butt," Bieber joked, before explaining how he achieved his toosh. "I got a good butt, I played hockey my whole life, so ya know it’s called a hockey butt."

"Don’t look, OK? Don’t look. It’s my wife’s," he laughed.

Baldwin recently made her own reveal about Bieber during a Feb. 28 appearance on The Tonight Show, telling host Jimmy Fallon, Bieber called her after he saw her open a beer bottle with her teeth. Bieber and Baldwin keep sharing your sweet — and somewhat bizarre — Jailey stories, because fans can’t get enough.

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Ol' Dirty Bastard's 'Return to the 36 Chambers' Gets 25th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue

The estate of Ol’ Dirty Bastard will mark the 25th anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan rapper’s 1995 classic Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version with a deluxe reissue. The original LP, ODB’s debut solo album, was also recently certified platinum by the RIAA, the estate announced Thursday.

The Return to the 36 Chambers reissue will come in a variety of formats, including an expansive digital-only version — out March 27th via Rhino — packed with 43 tracks: the original LP (featuring Wu-Tang cohorts like Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Raekwon, GZA and more), instrumentals, B-sides, acapella versions, remixes and, for the first time, the unreleased “stripped versions” of “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” and “Brooklyn Zoo,” with Rhino unveiling the latter track Thursday:

Record Store Day, April 18th, brings a limited edition of Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, a vinyl box set featuring all 17 songs from the original album on nine seven-inch singles pressed on blue, yellow, and white vinyl. 

“My children and I are beyond excited to be celebrating the 25th anniversary of my late husband’s album, Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version,” Icelene Jones, the rapper’s widow and administrator of the Estate of Ol’ Dirty Bastard, said in a statement. “We are even more excited and appreciative of the fans, who have never wavered in their support for ODB, and have honored his talent with a platinum album this year.”

Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version (25th Anniversary Digital Deluxe Edition) Tracklist

1. Intro
2. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya”
3. “Baby C’Mon”
4. “Brooklyn Zoo”
5. “Hippa To Da Hoppa”
6. “Raw Hide” (featuring Raekwon & Method Man)
7. “Damage” (featuring GZA)
8. “Don’t U Know” (featuring Killah Priest)
9. “The Stomp”
10. “Goin’ Down”
11. “Drunk Game (Sweet Sugar Pie)”
12. “Snakes” (featuring Killah Priest, RZA, Masta Killa & Buddha Monk)
13. “Brooklyn Zoo II (Tiger Crane)” (featuring Ghostface Killah)
14. “Proteck Ya Neck II The Zoo” featuring Brooklyn Zu, Prodigal Sunn, Killah Priest, & 60 Second Assassin)
15. “Cuttin’ Headz” (featuring RZA)
16. “Dirty Dancin’” (featuring Method Man)
17. “Harlem World”
18. “Ol’ Dirty’s Back” (LP Version)*
19. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Extended Version)*
20. “Don’t You Know, Part II”*
21. “Give It To Ya Raw” (SD50 Remix)*
22. “Brooklyn Zoo” (Stripped Version)**
23. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Stripped Version)**
24. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Instrumental)*
25. “Baby C’Mon” (Instrumental)*
26. “Brooklyn Zoo” (Instrumental)*
27. “Hippa To Da Hoppa” (Instrumental)*
28. “Raw Hide” (Instrumental)*
29. “Damage” (Instrumental)*
30. “Don’t U Know” (Instrumental)*
31. “The Stomp” (Instrumental)*
32. “Goin’ Down” (Instrumental)*
33. “Drunk Games” (Instrumental)*
34. “Snakes” (Instrumental)*
35. “Brooklyn Zoo II” (Tiger Crane) (Instrumental)*
36. “Proteck Ya Neck II The Zoo” (Instrumental)*
37. “Dirty Dancin’” (Instrumental)*
38. “Harlem World” (Instrumental)*
39. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Extended Instrumental)*
40. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Studio Ton Remix Instrumental)*
41. “Brooklyn Zoo” (Lord Digga Remix Instrumental)*
42. “Brooklyn Zoo” (Lord Digga Remix)*
43. “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” (Extended Acapella)*

*previously unavailable digitally
**previously unreleased

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Derby vs Man Utd LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time and team news as Wayne Rooney set to face former side – The Sun

WAYNE ROONEY faces Man Utd for the first time since January 2018 as Derby welcome the Red Devils to Pride Park.

The former England skipper has been an instant hit with the Championship club and has netted four times since arriving in January from the MLS.

United and the Rams are playing for the chance to face Norwich in the quarter-finals after the Canaries saw off Tottenham on penalties last night.

  • Kick-off time: 7.45pm
  • Venue: Pride Park, Derby
  • TV/Live stream FREE: BT Sport 1/BT Sport app, EE customers watch free
  • TV/Live stream in USA: ESPN+
  • Derby XI: To follow
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Follow all the FA Cup fifth round action as it happens below…



    Hello everybody, good evening to you wherever you are.

    Welcome along to our coverage of Manchester United's trip to Derby.

    Seven FA Cup fifth round ties are in the books, just one remains here tonight at Pride Park.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side travel down to Derby with the final place in the quarter-finals up for grabs.

    The winners here will face a trip to Norwich in the last eight later this month and just one win from a Wembley semi-final.

    Of course there's the small matter of Wayne Rooney playing against his former team as well – surely he couldn't?

    Kick-off tonight is at 7.45pm, stay with me for all the team news and build-up very shortly.

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