Arsenal have no margin for error in hunt for Champions League

Arsenal have no margin for error in hunt for Champions League

Boss Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal have no room for error if they want to make a late Champions League charge. Bukayo Saka's first Premier League goal and Alexandre Lacazette's late finish sealed a vital 2-0 victory at Wolves in the race for Europe...
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Jesus Christ Superstar brings back live outdoor theatre to Regent's Park

Jesus Christ Superstar brings back live outdoor theatre to Regent's Park

The public are "ready" to get back to watching live theatre performances, an actor starring in an upcoming outdoor production of Jesus Christ Superstar has said. The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre will stage its production of Tim Rice and Andrew ...
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Boris Johnson: Fatal train derailment must never happen again

Boris Johnson: Fatal train derailment must never happen again

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the fatal train derailment in Aberdeenshire must "never happen again" as he paid tribute to the victims. Three people have died in the train derailment in Aberdeenshire with six people also injured.
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Police confirm three people dead and six injured in train derailment

Police confirm three people dead and six injured in train derailment

Three people have died in a train derailment in Aberdeenshire and six people are injured, British Transport Police (BTP) have said. The force said those pronounced dead at the scene near Stonehaven include the train's driver. The 6.38am Aberdeen...
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Co Armagh man faces minimum 40-year prison term for Garda murder

Co Armagh man faces minimum 40-year prison term for Garda murder

A Co Armagh man faces a minimum 40-year prison sentence after being convicted of the capital murder of a serving Garda in Co Louth. A jury at Dublin's Central Criminal Court found Aaron Brady, 29, guilty of murdering Detective Garda Adrian Donoho...
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Kent council is 'days away' from not having capacity for unaccompanied migrant children

Kent council is 'days away' from not having capacity for unaccompanied migrant children

Kent County Council leader Roger Gough fears the authority is days away from not being able to to continue to deliver its responsibilities to asylum seeking children arriving on Kent's coast. The council is responsible for taking asylum seeking c...
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Best luxury SUVs for 2020

Best luxury SUVs for 2020

We take a look at six of the most exciting luxury off-roaders you could consider this year.
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Coronavirus: England areas with most new cases per 100,000 people

Coronavirus: England areas with most new cases per 100,000 people

Here is Wednesday's update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19, showing the top five local authorities. Oldham, Pendle and Rochdale are among the places recording a rise.
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Locals welcome grouse-shooters to Yorkshire Dales on Glorious 12th

Locals welcome grouse-shooters to Yorkshire Dales on Glorious 12th

Grouse-shooters were out on the Yorkshire Dales for the Glorious 12th despite coronavirus regulations and unusually hot weather.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths rise to 46,706

Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths rise to 46,706

As of 9am on August 12, 313,798 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK.
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Determined police officer who vaulted wall praised for dedication

Determined police officer who vaulted wall praised for dedication

A police officer who vaulted a wall while chasing a teenage offender who tried to run from him has been praised for his dedication. The 18-year-old offender has since been sentenced to four months in prison suspended for 12 months.
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Race against time to repair historic pier

Race against time to repair historic pier

A combination of rock-climbing skills and a spider crane is being used to repair a decades-old timber pier. The work at Sharpness Dock in Gloucestershire is a race against time and tides as the River Severn has the second largest tidal range in t...
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Ucas: More students apply for university than in 2019 despite grade worries

Ucas: More students apply for university than in 2019 despite grade worries

Despite worries about low grades because of the pandemic, 2.5% more students have applied for university this year than last, according to Ucas representative Courteney Sheppard. Speaking ahead of results day on Thursday, Mr Sheppard said there h...
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Birmingham 2022 scrap Commonwealth athletes' village

Birmingham 2022 scrap Commonwealth athletes' village

Organisers of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are no longer planning to use a single-site athletes' village. The accommodation facility was set to be built in the Perry Barr area of the city, but the coronavirus pandemic has changed the ...
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James Anderson given nod to play in next test against Pakistan

James Anderson given nod to play in next test against Pakistan

Joe Root confirms that James Anderson will not be rested for the second Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl. "Jimmy is likely to play, yes. Wouldn't you give him the opportunity with nearly 600 wickets?" Root said.
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Stonehaven train derailment: Three people dead, one missing

Stonehaven train derailment: Three people dead, one missing

Three people are now believed to have died after the train derailment in Aberdeenshire, and one person is feared missing. Serious injuries have been reported and dozens of emergency service vehicles, including an air ambulance, went to the scene ...
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Rugby stars painted on Twickenham grass as Premiership season restart nears

Rugby stars painted on Twickenham grass as Premiership season restart nears

The pitch at Twickenham Stadium has been transformed into a stunning portrait featuring three of Premiership Rugby's star players ahead of the season's return.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan on likelihood of winning World Championships

Ronnie O'Sullivan on likelihood of winning World Championships

Ronnie O'Sullivan speaks on his chances of bringing home the silverware from the Snooker World Championships. He jokingly suggests he needs to be like Novak Djokovic in order to win the title. O'Sullivan has won a place in the semi-finals.
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Train derailment near Stonehaven: What we know so far

Train derailment near Stonehaven: What we know so far

A train driver is believed to have died and there are fears of a second fatality after a train derailed in Aberdeenshire amid heavy rain and flooding, industry sources have said. Serious injuries have been reported and dozens of emergency service...
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Sir Keir Starmer condemns changes to how exams are decided as 'shambolic'

Sir Keir Starmer condemns changes to how exams are decided as 'shambolic'

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer calls the changes to how exams results are decided "shambolic" as he meets teachers at Wakefield College to discuss results days. The Department for Education brought in a "triple lock" on Tuesday evening, which mea...
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More migrant crossings amid Government promise of new action

More migrant crossings amid Government promise of new action

More migrants have been found by the UK's Border Force amid news the Government intends to introduce a new plan to stem the surge in Channel crossings.
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Train derails near Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire

Train derails near Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire

Emergency services are at the scene after a train derailed in Aberdeenshire. Dozens of emergency service vehicles, including an air ambulance, went to the scene near Stonehaven where the ScotRail train crashed at around 9.40am on Wednesday.
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Nicola Sturgeon: Early reports of serious injuries at Stonehaven train derailment

Nicola Sturgeon: Early reports of serious injuries at Stonehaven train derailment

Speaking before First Minister's Questions on Thursday, Nicola Sturgeon said a major incident has been declared over the Stonehaven train incident.
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Economist warns of 'significant impact' if second lockdown occurs, as UK falls into recession

Economist warns of 'significant impact' if second lockdown occurs, as UK falls into recession

Economist and author Dr Linda Yueh assesses the UK entering into the largest recession on record after figures showed the pandemic sent the economy plunging by 20.4% between April and June.
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UK weather: The forecast for the next five days

UK weather: The forecast for the next five days

A look at the weather forecast for London, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast as the UK braces itself for storms and sunshine.
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