Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what

Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what

Following days of turmoil that have damaged the royal family's reputation, the Duke of York announced on Wednesday that he would step back from public duties because of his association with a notorious American sex offender. "It's great that he's...
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Don't let ZSL go extinct, says Sir David Attenborough

Don't let ZSL go extinct, says Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough will front a landmark TV appeal to save conservation charity behind London and Whipsnade Zoos "from extinction".
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Pep Guardiola salutes David Silva after he stars in Newcastle rout

Pep Guardiola salutes David Silva after he stars in Newcastle rout

Pep Guardiola hailed David Silva after the veteran Spaniard delivered an inspirational display in Manchester City's 5-0 thrashing of Newcastle on Wednesday.
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Broadcasters unite to celebrate UK television

Broadcasters unite to celebrate UK television

A unique collaboration sees the BBC, ITV [STV for viewers in Scotland], Channel 4 and Channel 5 come together for the first time to share a special film for all viewers at the same time across their biggest channels [21 channels in total will simu...
Graham Thorpe: No room for racism in our sport

Graham Thorpe: No room for racism in our sport

England Cricket Assistant Coach Graham Thorpe discusses how both his side and the West Indies took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement before today's Test match.
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One person dead after crane collapses in east London

One person dead after crane collapses in east London

A person has died after a crane collapsed on houses in Bow, east London, on Wednesday afternoon, London Ambulance Service said. London Fire Brigade (LFB) said the crane collapsed on a site where flats are being constructed and crashed on to two a...
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Sand artists highlight need for social distancing

Sand artists highlight need for social distancing

Artists from West Yorkshire-based Sand In Your Eye create a massive sand drawing on the beach at Whitby, North Yorkshire, to highlight the importance of social distancing. Interview with artist Jamie Wardley.
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Premier League match preview: Aston Villa v Man United

Premier League match preview: Aston Villa v Man United

An in-depth preview of the upcoming Premier League clash between Aston Villa and Manchester United.
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Ryder Cup captains react to postponement

Ryder Cup captains react to postponement

Ryder Cup captains Steve Stricker and Padraig Harrington look forward to welcoming golf fans to Wistling Straits, Wisconsin in 2021 following news that the biennial match has been postponed for 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Chancellor unveils measures to boost Britain's Covid-19 recovery

Chancellor unveils measures to boost Britain's Covid-19 recovery

Rishi Sunak unveiled a plan for jobs in a GBP30 billion mini-budget he said was designed to get the country through the economic crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are the main points of the package.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,517

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,517

The Department of Health and Social Care said 44,517 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Tuesday - up by 126 from 44,391 the previous day.
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One missing and people injured after crane collapses on houses

One missing and people injured after crane collapses on houses

One person is missing after a crane fell on to houses in east London leaving four people injured.
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2020 Ryder Cup postponed for 12 months

2020 Ryder Cup postponed for 12 months

The biennial match between the United States and Europe was scheduled to take place at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin from September 25, but organisers have decided they did not want to stage the event without fans in the current coronavirus climate.
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Mourinho: Spurs unlikely to appeal Dier ban

Mourinho: Spurs unlikely to appeal Dier ban

Jose Mourinho chose to keep his counsel on Eric Dier's four-match ban in fear of receiving a punishment himself, but said Tottenham are unlikely to appeal against the decision. Dier has been handed the sanction after he climbed into the stand aft...
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England and West Indies take a knee ahead of first Test

England and West Indies take a knee ahead of first Test

England and the West Indies ushered in the long-awaited return of international cricket by coming together in a show of support for the Black Lives Matter movement, taking the knee together before the start of play at the Ageas Bowl.
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Rishi Sunak reveals half-price meals scheme and stamp duty freeze

Rishi Sunak reveals half-price meals scheme and stamp duty freeze

Chancellor Rishi Sunak explains the Government's reduction of VAT from 20% to 5% for the hopsitality industry, along with the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
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Met chief apologises to sprinter after stop and search

Met chief apologises to sprinter after stop and search

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick has apologised to athlete Bianca Williams for the "distress" caused by a stop and search. A video of the incident, which saw the Great Britain sprinter and her partner Ricardo dos Santos pulled ...
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Rishi Sunak unveils job retention bonus scheme

Rishi Sunak unveils job retention bonus scheme

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, said the UK faces "profound economic challenges", and that the economy contracted by 25% in two months. Mr Sunak has announced a "jobs retention bonus" of GBP1,000 per employee to encourage bosses to keep...
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WHO: Emerging evidence that Covid-19 could be airborne

WHO: Emerging evidence that Covid-19 could be airborne

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has acknowledged there is "emerging evidence" that Covid-19 could be spread through particles in the air.
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Starmer urges Johnson to apologise for comments on care homes

Starmer urges Johnson to apologise for comments on care homes

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer called on Boris Johnson to apologise for his comments on care homes. Sir Keir said: "On Monday, when asked why care home deaths had been so high the Prime Minister said, and I quote, 'too many care homes didn't real...
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Fernando Alonso's return to Formula One confirmed

Fernando Alonso's return to Formula One confirmed

Fernando Alonso will return to Formula One in 2021 after Renault confirmed the double world champion's signature. Alonso, who turns 39 later this month, has been out of the sport since he appeared to bring down the curtain on his career with McLa...
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Tottenham's Eric Dier given four-game ban for confronting fan after FA Cup loss

Tottenham's Eric Dier given four-game ban for confronting fan after FA Cup loss

Tottenham defender Eric Dier has received a four-match ban and been fined GBP40,000 for climbing into the stands to confront a supporter after his side's FA Cup exit to Norwich. The England international has been sanctioned by the Football Associ...
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Liam Payne joins BBC Bitesize to explain his song lyrics

Liam Payne joins BBC Bitesize to explain his song lyrics

Liam Payne is helping the BBC's education efforts - by sharing the meaning behind his song lyrics. The former One Direction star, 26, will appear on BBC Bitesize Daily Secondary.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at the High Court for the second day hearing

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at the High Court for the second day hearing

Actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London. Depp is facing a second day of questioning in his libel claim against The Sun. The 57-year-old is suing the tabloid's publisher, News Group Newspapers (...
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JK Rowling joins high-profile figures voicing fears for free speech

JK Rowling joins high-profile figures voicing fears for free speech

JK Rowling, Sir Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood are among prominent figures from the arts world who have signed a letter warning of an "intolerant climate" for free speech. The 150 high-profile signatories say recent protests for racial and so...