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Mar 07, 2021

Man Utd secure derby win to end Man City's winning run
Goals from Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw earn Manchester United a 2-0 victory over Manchester City to end their rivals' 21-game winning run.

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Mar 07, 2021

Teenager Hodgkinson takes 800m gold as GB end Euro Indoors on high
Teenager Keely Hodgkinson further enhances her reputation by taking 800m gold for Great Britain who end the European Indoor Championships with 12 medals.

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Mar 07, 2021

'More to come' after Gerrard's Rangers win title for first time in decade
Manager Steven Gerrard says "there is more to come" as Rangers were crowned champions of Scotland for the first time in 10 years.

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Mar 07, 2021

Huge explosions rock Equatorial Guinea's main city
At least 20 people have reportedly died and hundreds more have been injured in the city of Bata.

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Mar 07, 2021

Rangers' Premiership win: Celebrating fans urged to go home
Police make a "small number" of arrests and issue fines after crowds gathered to celebrate Rangers Premiership win.

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Mar 07, 2021

Six Nations 2021: Owen Farrell 'still learning' about captaincy, says Eddie Jones
England skipper Owen Farrell is "still learning to be a good captain" but will improve, says head coach Eddie Jones.

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Mar 07, 2021

Gerrard's Rangers win first Scottish top-flight title for 10 years
Captain James Tavernier hails Rangers' "monumental" achievement as they are crowned champions of Scotland for the first time in 10 years.

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Mar 07, 2021

Rangers fans descend on Ibrox after Premiership win
Nicola Sturgeon urges fans to go home as they celebrate Rangers winning the Scottish Premiership.

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Mar 07, 2021

Priti Patel orders review into Ruth Williams lockdown killing
Ruth Williams was strangled by her husband, whose five-year sentence for manslaughter sparked anger.

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Mar 07, 2021

Switzerland referendum: Voters support ban on face coverings in public
The referendum, brought by a far-right party, could affect Muslim women who wear the burka or niqab.

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Mar 07, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe must be released 'permanently', says PM
The British-Iranian's five-year sentence on spying charges has ended, but she faces a separate court case.

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Mar 07, 2021

Sisters Sember and Porter add to GB haul at Euro Indoors
Sisters Cindy Sember and Tiffany Porter add to Great Britain's medal haul at the European Indoor Championships with silver and bronze in the 60m hurdles.

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Mar 07, 2021

Pay-rise protest organiser fined £10,000
Forty people protested against the controversial plan in Manchester and an NHS worker was arrested.

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Mar 07, 2021

Sarah Everard: Police confirm last sighting of missing woman
Sarah Everard has been missing from south London since Wednesday evening.

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Mar 07, 2021

Fulham win at Anfield as Liverpool lose sixth straight home game
Liverpool's incredible slide continues with a sixth successive Premier League home defeat as Fulham earn a crucial win over the reigning champions.

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Mar 07, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe released but faces new court date in Iran
The British-Iranian faces a separate court case now her five-year sentence on spying charges has ended.

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Mar 07, 2021

'I just feel like the story's not over yet' - Federer on returning after injury at 39
Roger Federer says he never seriously considered retirement in his 14 months out from tennis as he prepares to return

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Mar 07, 2021

Rangers champions of Scotland after Celtic slip-up
Rangers are Scottish champions for the first time in 10 years after Celtic draw 0-0 with Dundee United.

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Mar 07, 2021

Strugglers West Brom and Newcastle share goalless draw
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce praises his side for claiming an "important" point in Sunday's goalless draw at West Brom after a week dominated by off-field issues.

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Mar 07, 2021

Switzerland referendum: Voters projected to ban face coverings in public
The result of the referendum would affect Muslim women who wear the burka or niqab.

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Mar 07, 2021

NHS 1% pay rise is 'as much as we can give' - Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson defends his pay rise proposals after a warning nurses may quit for feeling undervalued.

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Mar 07, 2021

Meghan and Harry's TV interview with Oprah Winfrey to air in US
Oprah Winfrey's interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be broadcast at 01:00 GMT on Monday.

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Mar 07, 2021

England players may be rested during Ashes - Silverwood
England coach Chris Silverwood says players could be rested and rotated during next winter's Ashes series.

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Mar 07, 2021

Scottish Conservatives plan John Swinney no confidence vote
The Scottish Conservatives are pushing for the vote over John Swinney's handling of the Alex Salmond case.

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Mar 07, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe released but faces new court date
The British-Iranian was jailed in Iran on a five-year sentence on spying charges, which she has always denied.

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Mar 07, 2021

Brexit: Lord Frost accuses EU of 'ill will' over UK exit
Lord Frost says the EU has "significantly undermined" post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.

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Mar 07, 2021

Covid: UK must prepare for 'hard winter' of flu - expert
The population immunity to viruses other than Covid could be lower than usual, a top medic warns.

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Mar 07, 2021

Uighurs: Chinese foreign minister says genocide claims 'absurd'
The Chinese government has been accused of trying to destroy the Uighur minority in north-west China.

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Mar 07, 2021

Covid: Gavin Williamson 'looking at' longer school day and shorter holidays
A range of measures are being looked at to help pupils in England catch up, the education secretary says.

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Mar 07, 2021

Abbey Wood: Teenager stabbed to death in fight
The 18-year-old victim died at the scene in Abbey Wood having been stabbed in the chest.

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Mar 07, 2021

Rangers fans urged to stay at home amid title hopes
The justice secretary asks Rangers fans to obey the "stay at home" message for public health reasons.

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Mar 07, 2021

'Stay local' rule considered for Wales Covid review
Stay at home rules banning all but essential travel could be eased, Wales' first minister says.

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Mar 07, 2021

'We have to prepare for a hard winter' - PHE chief
Winter could see a surge in other respiratory viruses, says Dr Susan Hopkins of Public Health England.

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Mar 07, 2021

Deliveroo to hand riders up to £10,000 in UK float
The food delivery firm, set to be valued at $7bn (£5bn), will also offer shares to takeaway customers.

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Mar 07, 2021

'India mirror Kohli's personality in their dominance, and English summer can bring more glory'
Virat Kohli's personality is driving India towards World Test Championship glory - and their 'final frontier' in England, writes Suresh Menon.

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Mar 07, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe reaches end of five year Iran jail sentence
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe's family are waiting to see if she will now be allowed to fly home.

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Mar 07, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe reaching end of five year Iran jail sentence
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe's family are waiting to see if she will now be allowed to fly home.

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Mar 07, 2021

Covid-19: First roadmap date approaches, and 'fundamentally flawed' PPE
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.

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Mar 07, 2021

Blachowicz defeats Adesanya at UFC 259 as Nunes wins again
UFC light-heavyweight champion Jan Blachowicz sees off middleweight challenger Israel Adesanya at UFC 259, where Amanda Nunes also wins again.

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Mar 07, 2021

England complete T20 series clean sweep over New Zealand
England thrash New Zealand by 32 runs to complete a clean sweep in their three-match Twenty20 series.

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Mar 07, 2021

The Papers: Queen 'won't watch' interview, and EU 'ill will'
Royal news continues to dominate the papers ahead of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview.

BBC Front Page
Mar 07, 2021

The Papers: Queen 'won't watch' interview, and EU 'sulking'
Royal news continues to dominate the papers ahead of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview.

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Mar 07, 2021

Pope Francis visits regions of Iraq once held by Islamic State
The Roman Catholic leader will also celebrate Mass at an event expected to attract 10,000 people.

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Mar 07, 2021

Covid: Boris Johnson urges caution as England schools to reopen
The PM says the return of schools in England on Monday is the "first step" towards "normality".

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Covid: Dalai Lama urges others to get vaccinated as he receives first shot
The Tibetan spiritual leader urges others to "take this injection" as he gets the AstraZeneca jab.

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Mar 06, 2021

Covid: PM urges caution as first roadmap date approaches
Schools in England will open to more pupils on Monday, in the first phase of lockdown easing.

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Mar 06, 2021

George Floyd trial: Why is it so important?
A US police officer is accused of killing a black man last year. Here's why the world is watching.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

George Floyd: Why is the trial so important?
A US police officer is accused of killing a black man last year. Here's why the world is watching.

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Mar 06, 2021

Back to school: 'I'm ready for a coffee in peace'
As children in England return to school on Monday, parents have mixed emotions.

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Mar 06, 2021

Katy Sprague: The family piecing together an 'avoidable murder'
Katy Sprague's family believe if their concerns had been addressed she would still be alive today.

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Mar 06, 2021

Raya and the Last Dragon: Disney's new heroine representing 670 million people
After almost 90 years of animated films, Disney has finally ventured into South East Asia.

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Mar 06, 2021

What's your pension invested in?
While pension pots are going green, how easy is it to dump investments in tobacco or gambling?

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Parents worry about lost learning as schools return
Parents are confident about children returning to school but worry about catching up, says survey.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Covid: Parents worry about lost learning as schools reopen
Parents are confident about children returning to school but worry about catching up, says survey.

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Mar 06, 2021

The women of Egypt's Arab Spring
Ten years ago, Egyptians took to the streets calling for the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak

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Mar 06, 2021

Covid: Nurses condemn 'fundamentally flawed' PPE rules
The existing recommendations are based on out-of-date evidence, the Royal College of Nursing says.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

PPE rules 'fundamentally flawed' - nurses
The existing recommendations are based on out-of-date evidence, the Royal College of Nursing says.

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Mar 06, 2021

How a ring tells the story of a forgotten secret agent
A war hero had been all but forgotten. But now his story can be told - thanks to his engagement ring.

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Mar 06, 2021

Ikea boss warns tariffs will lead to higher prices
Jesper Brodin, who heads the firm, says he fears global trade tensions will mean customers must pay more.

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Mar 06, 2021

A visionary & hard businessman - inside Levy's 20 years as Spurs chairman
As Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy prepares to celebrate 20 years in charge of one of England's biggest clubs, BBC Sport speaks to those who know him well.

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Mar 06, 2021

Tottenham Hotspur: Daniel Levy prepares to celebrate 20 years as Tottenham's chairman
As Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy prepares to celebrate 20 years in charge of one of England's biggest clubs, BBC Sport speaks to those who know him well.

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Mar 06, 2021

Kings of Leon on Mick Jagger, lockdown hair and writing songs on bar napkins
The rock band discuss Mick Jagger, lockdown haircuts and how their lyrics start on bar mats.

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Mar 06, 2021

Losing a twin: 'With great love, comes great loss'
The sister of a girl who died following a school bus crash speaks about how she has coped with her grief.

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Mar 06, 2021

Hunger Games salute used to protest against Asia's military regimes
The three-fingered gesture has become a defining symbol of Thailand and Myanmar protests - but why?

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Hunger Games salute: The symbol of protest against Asia's military regimes
The three finger gesture has become a defining symbol of demonstrations in Myanmar and Thailand.

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Mar 06, 2021

US bombers deployed to Arctic skies from Norway base
The US has deployed long-range bomber planes to Norway, in a move seen as a message to Russia.

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Mar 06, 2021

Newspaper headlines: Queen 'won't watch' interview, and EU 'ill will'
Royal news continues to dominate the papers ahead of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview.

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Mar 06, 2021

Leicester grab late winner at Brighton to go second
Daniel Amartey scores an 87th-minute winner as Leicester come from behind to beat Brighton and boost their bid for Champions League qualification.

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Mar 06, 2021

Brighton 1-2 Leicester: Daniel Amartey scores late winner
Daniel Amartey scores an 87th-minute winner as Leicester come from behind to beat Brighton and boost their bid for Champions League qualification.

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Mar 06, 2021

Bayern move for Haaland 'very much possible' - Sunday's football gossip
Bayern Munich boss says Haaland deal is "possible", no Barcelona move for Adama Traore, plus more.

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Mar 06, 2021

'I wondered how many sunny days I would see again' - Ferguson discusses brain haemorrhage
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson opens up about his 2018 brain haemorrhage in new film.

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Mar 06, 2021

'I wondered how many sunny days I would see again' - Ferguson discusses haemorrhage in new film
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson opens up about his 2018 brain haemorrhage in new film.

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Mar 06, 2021

Murder investigation over missing woman Bennylyn Burke and two-year-old daughter
Bennylyn Burke and two children had been missing from South Gloucestershire since 17 February.

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Mar 06, 2021

Covid-19: Vaccine offers for all those aged 56 or over
People in the age group are being invited to book their first vaccine from this week.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Covid-19: Vaccine offers for those aged 56 or over
People in the age group are being invited to book their first vaccine from this week.

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Mar 06, 2021

Archer takes 1500m silver at European Indoors after winning appeal
Holly Archer wins 1500m silver for Great Britain at the European Indoor Championships, but only after her disqualification is overturned.

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Mar 06, 2021

Former European champions Saracens beaten by Pirates in Championship opener
Former Premiership and European champions Saracens lose 25-17 in their Championship opener at Cornish Pirates.

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Mar 06, 2021

Gerrard says Rangers 'have been to hell and back', with club on verge of title
Rangers have "been to hell and back over the past 10 years", says manager Steven Gerrard, with the club one point from the Scottish Premiership title.

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Mar 06, 2021

Aston Villa and Wolves in derby stalemate
Aston Villa's European hopes suffer another setback as they are held to a goalless draw by Wolves in their West Midlands derby.

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Mar 06, 2021

Coronavirus: US Senate passes major $1.9tn relief plan
The major spending package is expected to be given final approval in the House next week.

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Mar 06, 2021

Naulago's late try gives leaders Bristol win over Worcester
Ratu Naulago's late try stuns Worcester as his first Premiership hat-trick helps leaders Bristol overcome the bottom club.

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Mar 06, 2021

'A couple of players need to go' - Wilder says Sheff Utd need shake-up after Saints defeat
Some Sheffield United players "need to go", says manager Chris Wilder after his side slip closer to Premier League relegation.

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Mar 06, 2021

Soldier killed at Castlemartin range named as Sgt Gavin Hillier
The Ministry of Defence names Sgt Gavin Hillier as the soldier killed in a training exercise.

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Mar 06, 2021

Jack Dorsey: Bids reach $2.5m for Twitter co-founder's first post
The Twitter co-founder has listed his first ever tweet for sale as a form of digital memorabilia.

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Mar 06, 2021

Southampton's torrid run ends with win over Sheff Utd
Southampton win for the first time in 10 Premier League matches as Che Adams' spectacular strike helps Ralph Hasenhuttl's side claim all three points at Sheffield United.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Postcode look-up: How many vaccinated where you live?
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 21 million people receive at least one dose.

BBC Front Page
Mar 06, 2021

Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 21 million people receive at least one dose.

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Mar 06, 2021

Rangers need point for title after sweeping aside St Mirren
Rangers will be crowned Scottish Premiership champions if Celtic fail to win at Dundee United on Sunday.

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Mar 06, 2021

Soldier killed at Castlemartin range named as Sgt Gavin Hillier by father
Sgt Gavin Hillier's father says he is "heartbroken" by his son's death in a Facebook post.

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Mar 06, 2021

Jack Dorsey: Bids reach $2m for Twitter co-founder's first post
The Twitter co-founder has listed his first ever tweet for sale as a form of digital memorabilia.

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Mar 06, 2021

In pictures: Thousands attend LGBT Mardi Gras in Sydney
Thousands gathered for the event, which was scaled back over Covid-19 safety concerns.

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Mar 06, 2021

Xhaka error costs Arsenal victory as Burnley survive late siege
Granit Xhaka's error presents Chris Wood with a bizarre equaliser to deprive Arsenal of victory against Burnley at Turf Moor.

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Mar 06, 2021

Arrest over missing woman Bennylyn Burke and two children
The woman and two children had been missing from South Gloucestershire since 17 February.

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Mar 06, 2021

Sarah Everard: Family 'desperate' to see missing woman
Sarah Everard is thought to have walked home alone across Clapham Common on Wednesday evening.

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Mar 06, 2021

Tiger Woods car crash: Golfer found unconscious, documents reveal
Police have not previously disclosed that Woods lost consciousness in last month's crash in LA.

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Mar 06, 2021

Cladding rules: 'I wish I hadn't' bought my flat'
Confusion over building safety rules has left many people unable to move home without hard-to-obtain checks.

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Mar 06, 2021

Rangers fans gather outside Ibrox despite lockdown
Images on social media show flares being let off outside Ibrox stadium ahead of the game against St Mirren.

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Mar 06, 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: The five years separated from her family
The day before Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is due for release, her husband talks of his hopes and fears.

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Mar 06, 2021

Princess Latifa clips 'concern' horse racing chief
The British Horseracing Authority says it has spoken to the government following a BBC Panorama programme detailing allegations about the missing daughter of Sheikh Mohammed.

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Mar 06, 2021

Princess Latifa clips 'concern' horseracing chief
The British Horseracing Authority says it has spoken to the government following a BBC Panorama programme detailing allegations about the missing daughter of Sheikh Mohammed.

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