• Man knocked unconscious by Ben Stokes questions why England cricketer was not charged with assault
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    Man knocked unconscious by Ben Stokes questions why England cricketer was not charged with assault

    One of two men knocked unconscious by cricket star Ben Stokes has insisted the incident should have been treated as assault. Ryan Hale, 27, and his best friend Ryan Ali, 28, were both punched by the England all-rounder in a brawl near a Bristol nightclub last September. Mr Hale – a veteran of the conflict in Afghanistan – suffered bruising to his forehead and a 1.5 inch-long laceration.

  • Transfer news, rumours, gossip LIVE: Real Madrid report Inter Milan over Luka Modric, Arsenal expect new Aaron Ramsey deal
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    Transfer news, rumours, gossip LIVE: Real Madrid report Inter Milan over Luka Modric, Arsenal expect new Aaron Ramsey deal

    Real Madrid have reported Inter Milan to Fifa over their pursuit of Luka Modric . Arsenal expect Aaron Ramsey to sign a new deal despite interest from Barcelona, Lazio and the Chinese Super League, according to the Mirror.

  • The Guardian view on Brexit and trade: the WTO is not a safety net
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    The Guardian view on Brexit and trade: the WTO is not a safety net

    One of the most thoroughly debunked claims made about Brexit during the referendum campaign was that it would be easy. Leave campaigners said the terms of Britain’s future trade with the European Union and the rest of the world would quickly be settled. In July 2016, David Davis forecast that, within two years, the UK would have negotiated a new free trade zone “massively larger than the EU.” Mr Davis resigned as Brexit secretary without seeing that vision enacted.

  • Jose Mourinho has ‘never been so happy with Paul Pogba’ and confirms he will captain Manchester United at Brighton
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    Jose Mourinho has ‘never been so happy with Paul Pogba’ and confirms he will captain Manchester United at Brighton

    Jose Mourinho says he has never been happier with Paul Pogba as the Manchester United manager dismissed talk that tensions had come to a head this week.

  • University Challenge duo Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull to star in BBC show
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    University Challenge duo Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull to star in BBC show

    The University Challenge contestants Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull are to be given their own TV series. The pair, who rose to fame as rivals on the quiz show, will tour the UK on the hunt for Britain’s most remarkable inventions in a four-part series for BBC Two. Monkman and Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain will feature the Cambridge graduates road-tripping around England, Wales and Scotland.

  • At Your Beat fitness dance routine week 3: dancing in heels
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    At Your Beat fitness dance routine week 3: dancing in heels

    Everyone likes to think they look like Beyonce when they're dancing in heels - but we often look like we're slipping around on ice instead. While Beyonce and Britney make dancing in heels look easy, it's actually much harder than you think. Cherelle Jay, professional dancer and resident expert heels instructor for cult London dance fitness studio, At Your Beat explains: ‘’When you wear a pair of heels your natural centre of balance is immediately tested meaning that your core and small muscle groups need to work harder.

  • Evening Standard Art Prize 2017 winner gears up for new bicycle-based art fair
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    Evening Standard Art Prize 2017 winner gears up for new bicycle-based art fair

    The winner of the first ever Evening Standard Art Prize is getting on her bike to help launch a new art fair. HelenA Pritchard is joining names including Gavin Turk and graffiti artist Ben Eine at the first ever Art Cycle Basket Fair. Founder Karen Ashton, who set up the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair which attracts artists including Sir Peter Blake, said: “The Art Cycle Basket Fair came about because we are embracing a more eco-friendly future and also our Cycle Editions can access a greater range of interesting urban spaces.

  • Neighbours reveals Mishti's secret in 13 new pictures
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    Neighbours reveals Mishti's secret in 13 new pictures

    What is Mishti hiding? From Digital Spy

  • Refugee Rocket Scientist Lands Three Interviews After Job Search Goes Viral
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    Refugee Rocket Scientist Lands Three Interviews After Job Search Goes Viral

    A 22-year-old refugee has landed three interviews after his job search went

  • 'He loved making people laugh': fans mourn Barry Chuckle at Yorkshire funeral
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    'He loved making people laugh': fans mourn Barry Chuckle at Yorkshire funeral

    Paul Elliott carries the coffin of his brother Barry, with whom he performed as the Chuckle Brothers. The hearse was just pulling in to Rotherham United’s football ground when the first cry rang out. Inside one of the funeral cars, Paul Elliott, better known as Paul Chuckle, sat silently, head bowed.

  • Watchman who saved Holocaust-era records relives Swiss ordeal
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    Watchman who saved Holocaust-era records relives Swiss ordeal

    The Swiss night watchman who ignited a furore over Holocaust victims' missing wealth two decades ago is reliving how his dream of becoming a hero after the example of Oskar Schindler turned into a nightmare. Unlike Schindler, Christoph Meili saved no lives. Now aged 50, Meili says he would do it all again despite the upheaval of exile from Switzerland's close-knit society, which traditionally values unity and conformity.

  • Firefighters have not lost hope of finding miracle survivor in Genoa
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    Firefighters have not lost hope of finding miracle survivor in Genoa

    One of the rescuers, Stefano Zanut, said there was still the possibility that someone might be trapped alive in what he called "a triangle of survival" - where rubble or beams form a protective cover. "We are working in synchronization with earth moving equipment and sniffer dogs," Zanut told Reuters at the site. Then the earth-moving equipment moves in to create an opening from where the dogs enter," said Zanut, one of some 340 firefighters working shifts at the scene since Tuesday.

  • Aretha Franklin's ex-husband recalls 'wonderful' final moment with 'funny' Queen of Soul
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    Aretha Franklin's ex-husband recalls 'wonderful' final moment with 'funny' Queen of Soul

    Aretha Franklin’s ex-husband has said the late Queen of Soul was “so strong” in the final days of her battle with pancreatic cancer as he "held onto hope" of her recovery. Glynn Turman, who was married to Franklin from 1978 to 1984, flew to Detroit to visit her before her death on Thursday morning. Turman, who was there with Stevie Wonder, said they were “both in a mood of trying to hold onto the hope that everything would be alright” during the flight.

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    Mooning case against Virginia softball coach's wife wanes

    FLOYD, Va. (AP) — The moon over Virginia was half-visible that May evening, as was the one on the softball field, authorities say.

  • Ben Stokes replaces Sam Curran in England XI
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    Ben Stokes replaces Sam Curran in England XI

    Ben Stokes has been named in the England team to play India in the third Test at Trent Bridge, captain Joe Root said. Stokes was recalled to the squad just hours after being cleared of affray earlier this week and replaces Sam Curran in the team.

  • Maths: six ways to help your child love it
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    Maths: six ways to help your child love it

    Make maths more fun with these tips

  • Bitcoin's rollercoaster ride reflects the biggest issue facing cryptocurrencies: regulation
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    Bitcoin's rollercoaster ride reflects the biggest issue facing cryptocurrencies: regulation

    Bitcoin needs regulation to bring it into the mainstream but this goes against its libertarian ideals.

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    Canada schoolgirls stopped by police after planning adventure to London

    Bus driver Ed Boleak alerted police when the two girls boarded his service in the city of Burnaby. Officers from nearby Vancouver came to collect the girls and return them to their "anxious parents". "Let Transit Police know!

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    The Latest: Tesla shares fall as Musk says stress takes toll

    Tesla shares are falling as investors deal with another surprising development surrounding CEO Elon Musk. The company has been under pressure to increase production of its Model 3 sedan, and Musk said that he was working up to 120 hours a week and sometimes takes Ambien to get to sleep. Musk raised a ruckus last week when he tweeted that he might take Tesla private.

  • Separatist bid looms over Barcelona attack commemoration
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    Separatist bid looms over Barcelona attack commemoration

    Barcelona paid tribute on Friday to the victims of a militant rampage last year which killed 16 people, but a call from victims' families to put aside divisions over independence ambitions for the surrounding region of Catalonia was not heeded by all. On Aug. 17 2017, a young man drove a rented van into crowds on a central boulevard, killing 14 and injuring over a hundred in Spain's worst attack in over a decade. Spain's King Felipe, Queen Letizia and Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez joined the crowd for a ceremony at a central square where a choir sang and people read poetry in different languages.

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    Woman whose family perished in Greek fire files lawsuit

    A woman whose family perished in a deadly Greek forest fire filed a criminal lawsuit Friday against seven officials, including Greece's interior minister, asserting they share the blame for the blaze that killed dozens. Barbara Voukaki, who lost her husband Grigoris Fytros, 11-year-old son Andreas and 13-year-old daughter Evita in the July 23 fire, submitted the lawsuit Friday, accusing the officials of intentional homicide and exposure to danger in the deaths of her family.

  • 'Overpopulation' and the environment: three ideas on how to discuss it in a sensitive way
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    'Overpopulation' and the environment: three ideas on how to discuss it in a sensitive way

    Too often, talk of population and sustainability becomes emotionally loaded and conflict ridden.

  • Anger over plan to move Pankhurst statue away from parliament
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    Anger over plan to move Pankhurst statue away from parliament

    The statue of Emmeline Pankhurst currently stands in Victoria Tower Gardens near the House of Lords. A row has erupted over plans to relocate a statue of the suffragette pioneer Emmeline Pankhurst from its site near the Houses of Parliament to the private Regent’s University in Regent’s Park, London. The statue, which was funded by suffragettes, was unveiled in Victoria Tower Gardens near the House of Lords by the then prime minister, Stanley Baldwin, in 1930.

  • BA worker who won crucifix case launches legal action against airline bosses
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    BA worker who won crucifix case launches legal action against airline bosses

    An airport check-in worker who won a landmark battle against British Airways, allowing her to wear a cross to work, has launched legal action against airline bosses. The European Court of Human Rights ruled in 2013 that Nadia Eweida had been victim of religious discrimination after she was sent home for wearing a silver crucifix around her neck. In a new employment tribunal claim, she accused airline managers of victimisation and harassment.

  • Deontay Wilder gatecrashes Tyson Fury weigh-in
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    Deontay Wilder gatecrashes Tyson Fury weigh-in

    Tyson Fury's weigh-in in Belfast descends into chaos as fellow heavyweight Deontay Wilder gatecrashes proceedings. Wilder has flown to Northern Ireland from the US to be ringside for Fury's fight. Fury plans to challenge Wilder should he overcome Francesco Pianeta at Windsor Park.