Pc Andrew Harper's wife pays tribute to late husband in emotional open letter

Pc Andrew Harper's wife pays tribute to late husband in emotional open letter

The wife of a newlywed police officer who died as he attended reports of a burglary has described him as "the kindest, loveliest, most selfless" person. Lissie Harper was married to Pc Andrew Harper, who died last Thursday evening after being dra...
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WHO increases assessment of risk of coronavirus spreading to 'very high'

WHO increases assessment of risk of coronavirus spreading to 'very high'

The World Health Organisation said on Friday it had increased its assessment of the risk of spread and the risk of impact of Covid-19 to "very high" at the global level. WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that as "most cases can...
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Premier League Match Preview: Watford v Liverpool

Premier League Match Preview: Watford v Liverpool

An in-depth look at Liverpool's Premier League trip to Watford on February 29.
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Band of the Household Guard hit the right Bon Jovi note

Band of the Household Guard hit the right Bon Jovi note

The Band of the Household Guard playing Bon Jovi on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace for Friday morning's Changing of the Guard. It came as the Duke of Sussex met with the rock star at London's Abbey Road studios.
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Guardiola: Hamstring injury set to rule Laporte out for up to a month

Guardiola: Hamstring injury set to rule Laporte out for up to a month

Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte could be out of action for up to a month with a hamstring injury, manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed. Laporte was forced off in the first half of Wednesday's Champions League victory at Real Madrid. It w...
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Harry and Bon Jovi walk in The Beatles' footsteps on Abbey Road

Harry and Bon Jovi walk in The Beatles' footsteps on Abbey Road

The Duke of Sussex and rock star Jon Bon Jovi walked in The Beatles' footsteps when they recreated the Fab Four's Abbey Road album cover. Harry stepped on to the famous zebra crossing with the American musician and two members of the Invictus Gam...
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Greta marches with school climate strikers in Bristol

Greta marches with school climate strikers in Bristol

Thousands of people braved the rain in Bristol for a climate strike with Greta Thunberg. Many schoolchildren brought placards and banners to the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate event on College Green in the city centre.
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Dangerous driver Astin Martin 'no James Bond' say police after ban

Dangerous driver Astin Martin 'no James Bond' say police after ban

A dangerous driver called Astin Martin has been handed a lengthy ban after he reached 93mpn in a 30mph zone as he tried to flee from police. Astin Martin O'Brien was in a Ford Fiesta rather than in one of James Bond's sports cars of choice when h...
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British man from Diamond Princess cruise liner dies from coronavirus

British man from Diamond Princess cruise liner dies from coronavirus

A British tourist on the Diamond Princess cruise ship has died from coronavirus. The Japanese Ministry of Health said the man was the sixth person from the ship, which has been quarantined off the country's coast, to have died.
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Greta Thunberg to climate activists in Bristol: We have to be the adults

Greta Thunberg to climate activists in Bristol: We have to be the adults

Greta Thunberg has taken aim at officials and governments as she told thousands of climate activists that "they are behaving like children, so it falls on us to be the adults in the room". The 17-year-old activist was the headline speaker at The ...
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Former Barclays bosses cleared of fraud

Former Barclays bosses cleared of fraud

Three former bosses at Barclays have been cleared of fraud over a GBP4 billion investment deal with Qatar at the height of the banking crisis. Scotsman Roger Jenkins, 64, was said to be Barclays' "gatekeeper" to the wealthy Middle Eastern state, ...
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Coronavirus: The confirmed cases around the world

Coronavirus: The confirmed cases around the world

Here is a look at the total confirmed cases of Covid-19 across the world.
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Newcastle ban training ground handshakes over coronavirus fears

Newcastle ban training ground handshakes over coronavirus fears

Newcastle have introduced a training ground handshake ban in an attempt to guard against the spread of the coronavirus. The club has put a stop to a morning ritual of players and staff shaking hands each morning as fears over the spread of the di...
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Coronavirus: What we know so far

Coronavirus: What we know so far

The first case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Wales, as two more were identified in England - bringing the total number in the UK to 19. Here is all you need to know about Covid-19.
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Emile Heskey chased down street as child in racist incident

Emile Heskey chased down street as child in racist incident

Former England striker Emile Heskey says social media is stuck in the 60s as people are free to abuse without repurcussions while others 'have to take it'.
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Brexit briefing: 307 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 307 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Parents of four-year-old girl with eye cancer tell her story ahead of Rare Disease Day

Parents of four-year-old girl with eye cancer tell her story ahead of Rare Disease Day

The parents of a four-year-old girl who had her eye removed after she was diagnosed with a rare cancer have told of their heartbreak at having to ban her from kissing her newborn brother - because of the risk of infection. Stef and Chris Nash, fr...
Cast and crew explain why no men feature in Portrait Of A Lady On Fire

Cast and crew explain why no men feature in Portrait Of A Lady On Fire

The director Celine Sciamma and leading actors discuss bringing to life the new film, Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, a French 18th century lesbian love story. The story is set on an isolated island in Brittany at the end, where a female painter (N...
Two dogs become more famous than their DJ owner

Two dogs become more famous than their DJ owner

A successful DJ who toured the US with electro pop star Charli XCX fears that with their 32,100 Instagram followers, personal showbiz agents and advertising contracts, her pet pooches have eclipsed her fame. A few months ago, Laura Bettinson, 32,...
Arteta 'hurt' by Arsenal's Europa League exit

Arteta 'hurt' by Arsenal's Europa League exit

Manager Mikel Arteta has revealed his hurt after Arsenal crashed out of the Europa League at the hands of Olympiacos. Youssef El Arabi's goal in the dying minutes of extra time ensured it was the Greek outfit who advanced to the last 16 on away g...
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England captain Houghton helps launch The FA's 'Pledge of Positivity'

England captain Houghton helps launch The FA's 'Pledge of Positivity'

The Football Association has launched the 'Pledge of Positivity' which asks parents and spectators involved in under-18s grassroots football to commit to creating a more positive environment at matches across the country. A recent survey conducte...
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England captain Kane helps launch The FA's 'Pledge of Positivity'

England captain Kane helps launch The FA's 'Pledge of Positivity'

The Football Association has today launched the 'Pledge of Positivity' which asks parents and spectators involved in under-18s grassroots football to commit to creating a more positive environment at matches across the country. A recent survey co...
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Hermit crab who keeps breaking his shell on hunt for new home

Hermit crab who keeps breaking his shell on hunt for new home

Hulk the hermit crab repeatedly outgrows or breaks his shell, so the National Marine Aquarium is teaming up with Plymouth College of Art in a bid to find the hefty hermit a forever home. Product design and innovation, and 3D design crafts student...
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Solskjaer praises new signings after easing into Europa League final 16

Solskjaer praises new signings after easing into Europa League final 16

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praised January signings Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo after Manchester United eased through to the last 16 of the Europa League. United dismissed Belgian opponents Club Brugge 5-0 at Old Trafford to win 6-1 on aggregate.
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Labour leadership hopefuls clash over party's anti-Semitism crisis

Labour leadership hopefuls clash over party's anti-Semitism crisis

The Labour leadership candidates have clashed over responsibility for the party's anti-Semitism crisis. Lisa Nandy, who quit Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in 2016, said she spoke out on the issue but questioned her leadership rivals' response to...
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