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Taxi union boss accused of megaphone police noise ‘assault’

Image copyright PA Media Image caption James Farrar is expected to argue that sound waves do not count as physical force and therefore the use of the megaphone could not be assault by beating A taxi union chairman accused of injuring police officers with the sound of a megaphone...

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Saracens salary cap fine: Exeter donate portion of money to charity

Exeter chairman and chief executive Tony Rowe is one of the Exeter Chiefs Foundation’s trustees Exeter have donated their share of Saracens’ fine for breaching the Premiership salary cap to charity. The reigning English champions were fined £5.36m and docked 35 points after admitting breaching cap rules for the...

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Ninth-tier side Fisher walk off over alleged racial abuse by an AFC Croydon Athletic player

Fisher FC and AFC Croydon Athletic play in the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division Non-league club Fisher have complained that alleged racist abuse was directed at their team by an AFC Croydon Athletic player, which led to them walking off the pitch in protest. Saturday’s game in...

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Luton Town v Fulham – BBC Sport

Simon Sluga made his first start since October in the defeat by Swansea at the weekend Follow live text coverage from 14:00 GMT on Thursday Luton boss Graeme Jones could retain faith with Simon Sluga in goal despite the possibility of James Shea returning to fitness for the Boxing...

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Europa League draw: Man Utd v Club Bruges, Arsenal v Olympiakos, Wolves v Espanyol

Manchester United beat Ajax in the 2017 Europa League final Manchester United, Europa League winners in 2017, have been drawn to face Belgian side Club Bruges in the last 32 of this season’s competition. Arsenal will play Greek club Olympiakos while Wolverhampton Wanderers will face La Liga side Espanyol....

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Axed BBC Christmas tree ‘to be replaced soon’

A Christmas tree that was chopped down outside the BBC’s Broadcasting House this weekend “will be replaced soon”, the corporation has said. The 7m (20ft) tree was installed outside the corporation’s London offices on 30 November. However, staff pictured the tree being destroyed by workers on Saturday. A BBC...

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London Bridge: Vigils held for victims of attack

Vigils for the victims of the London Bridge attack have been held in London and Cambridge. Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, were commemorated in a service at Guildhall Yard in the City of London. They were stabbed to death by convicted terrorist Usman Khan, 28, at a...

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General election 2019: Labour vows to cap rent rises for private tenants

Image copyright Getty Images Labour has vowed to “put bad landlords out of business” and bring in rent controls in England, if it wins power. Private rents would not be allowed to go up by more than inflation – and landlords would be fined for letting out sub-standard property....

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Saracens salary cap breach: Premiership champions face deadline to contest sanctions

Saracens have won four of the past five Premiership titles Saracens are still to formally contest their points deduction and fine for breaching the Premiership salary cap before Monday’s midnight deadline. They face a 35-point deduction and £5.36m fine after an inquiry into business partnerships between owner Nigel Wray...

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Steve McQueen’s Year 3 children exhibition unveiled at Tate

Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen has photographed more than 75,000 Year 3 children across London’s schools for his latest exhibition. The project aims to be a visual snapshot of people in the city and was inspired after the Turner Prize-winning artist looked at his own 1977 class photo. The photos...

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