Bournemouth still alive in fight for survival after beating Leicester

Bournemouth still alive in fight for survival after beating Leicester

Eddie Howe declared Bournemouth's Premier League relegation scrap "alive" after an astonishing second-half fightback shocked Champions League-chasing Leicester. Dominic Solanke ended his top-flight goal drought with a timely brace as the struggli...
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The number of worldwide cases of coronavirus has risen above 20,000,000.
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Coronavirus: England areas with most new cases per 100,000 people

Here is Thursday's update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19, showing the top five local authorities. Pendle, Oldham and Preston are among the places recording a rise.
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Football rumours from the media

Football rumours from the media

Liverpool are looking to add Greece left-back Konstantinos Tsimikas and Wales winger David Brooks while Bournemouth's Josh King is attracting attention all over Europe in the latest Premier League transfer rumours.
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WHO doctor: Lifting restrictions in Europe will cause Covid-19 to bounce back

WHO doctor: Lifting restrictions in Europe will cause Covid-19 to bounce back

World Health Organisation's Dr Michael Ryan explains how Covid-19 is not showing signs of seasonal patterns, and that lifting restrictions is what will cause it to "bounce back". He warns Europe to keep the pressure on the virus in order to avoid...
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Antonio Banderas reveals he has Covid-19 on 60th birthday

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Two months' rain could fall in three or four hours, forecasters warn

Two months' rain could fall in three or four hours, forecasters warn

The UK could get more than two months' rainfall in just a few hours as thunderstorms move in across the country.
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Roman Kemp breaks down while paying tribute to friend and colleague

Roman Kemp breaks down while paying tribute to friend and colleague

Roman Kemp pays emotional tribute to colleague and "best friend" Joe Lyons, who died last week. Paying tribute to the producer, who worked at Capital's parent company Global for nine years, Kemp says he was "kind, caring, loved dogs and was obses...
Priti Patel in Dover as Government face criticism over migrant crossing crisis

Priti Patel in Dover as Government face criticism over migrant crossing crisis

Home Secretary Priti Patel headed to Dover to meet Border Force staff and was spotted disembarking from a police boat that had been out in the Channel earlier on Monday morning. Last year, Ms Patel vowed the crossings would become an "infrequent ...
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Sturgeon apologises for handling of Scottish exam results

Sturgeon apologises for handling of Scottish exam results

Pupils who had their recent exam results downgraded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority will not all be expected to appeal, Nicola Sturgeon has announced. Speaking at the Scottish Government's coronavirus briefing, the First Minister apologi...
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Boris Johnson: The plan is there for schools to return in September

Boris Johnson: The plan is there for schools to return in September

Boris Johnson visits St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Upminster, east London, to see work to make schools safe for return in September. The Prime Minister struck a conciliatory tone to education unions, praising the work they had done to ma...
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Boris Johnson: Legal framework needs to change to curb illegal immigration

Boris Johnson: Legal framework needs to change to curb illegal immigration

Boris Johnson says he wants to work with the French to stop migrants crossing the English Channel, and look at the means of changing existing laws to prevent people staying in the UK once they arrive by illegal means.
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James Anderson 'confident' for second Pakistan Test despite missing Ben Stokes

James Anderson 'confident' for second Pakistan Test despite missing Ben Stokes

England cricketer James Anderson speaks to the press ahead of his team's second Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, on Thursday August 13.
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Socially-distanced drive-in hosted for Formula 1's 70th anniversary race

Socially-distanced drive-in hosted for Formula 1's 70th anniversary race

A socially distanced drive-In screening was hosted to celebrate Formula 1's 70th anniversary Grand Prix.
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US election: Trump still trailing Biden by five points

US election: Trump still trailing Biden by five points

A look at the seven-day rolling average of the approval rating of US Presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, courtesy of RealClearPolitics.
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Brexit briefing: 143 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 143 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Morikawa holds off England's Casey to claim US PGA Championship

Morikawa holds off England's Casey to claim US PGA Championship

Courtesy: PGA of America American Collin Morikawa holds a press conference after winning the US PGA Championship in sensational fashion after a thrilling final round in San Francisco. Morikawa emerged from a seven-way tie for the lead in the clos...
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Boat carrying migrants to UK seen bailing out water

Boat carrying migrants to UK seen bailing out water

An inflatable dinghy carrying around 20 Syrian migrants has been met by Border Force off the coast of Dover. The packed vessel had been making its way across the English Channel on Monday morning, with those on board seen waving and smiling on th...
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High-flying family lawyer reveals how she moonlights as a sexual energy healer

High-flying family lawyer reveals how she moonlights as a sexual energy healer

A family lawyer who moonlights as a sexual energy healer has drawn comparisons between her two jobs - saying one requires brain power and the other the "power of love" - with both focusing on helping people. Sunni Joy, 47, was inspired to use her...
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Europa League Match Preview: Man United v F.C. Copenhagen

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had his ups and downs since taking charge of Manchester United, but the Red Devils now look to be heading in the right direction and have a first title under the Norwegian's reign in their sights.
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Beluga whales rehomed in sea sanctuary in Iceland

Beluga whales rehomed in sea sanctuary in Iceland

Two beluga whales have been transferred to the world's first open-water sanctuary for the breed in Klettsvik Bay, Iceland. Little White and Little Grey were previously performing whales in indoor captivity in Shanghai, China, but have been given a...
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England's Ben Stokes to miss remaining Pakistan Tests for family reasons

England's Ben Stokes to miss remaining Pakistan Tests for family reasons

Ben Stokes will miss England's final two Tests against Pakistan as he prepares to travel to New Zealand to be with his family. Stokes has played a full part in England's red-ball team this summer, captaining his country for the first time in the ...
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BBC apologises over use of racist term in news report

BBC apologises over use of racist term in news report

BBC director-general Tony Hall has apologised for a news report which contained a racist term. More than 18,000 people complained to the BBC over the broadcast, which saw social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin repeat a racial slur allegedly u...
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West End murder victim named

West End murder victim named

A teenager who died after being stabbed in London's West End has been named as Jeremy Menesses. Police were called to reports of an assault on Market Place at the junction with Oxford Street at 5.38pm on Saturday, Scotland Yard said. A young man...
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