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Prince Harry and Meghan: Madame Tussauds moves wax figures from Royals

Image copyright Victoria Jones/PA Image caption The figures of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their original positions next to Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, at Madame Tussauds Wax figures of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been...

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Calum Chambers: Arsenal centre-back out for up to nine months with ruptured ACL

Chambers scored one goal in 14 Premier League appearances this season Arsenal have confirmed defender Calum Chambers ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee in Sunday’s defeat by Chelsea. Chambers, 24, had successful surgery on Thursday and is expected to be out for action for six to...

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Costa del Sol: Tributes paid to man and two children who drowned at resort

Image copyright Facebook Image caption Gabriel Diya and his daughter Comfort died at a resort on the Costa del Sol Tributes have been paid to a British man and his two children who drowned in a resort swimming pool on the Costa del Sol on Christmas Eve. Gabriel Diya,...

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Ex-MP Zac Goldsmith stays as environment minister

Image copyright PA Media The former Conservative candidate for London mayor Zac Goldsmith has been given a seat in the House of Lords. He lost his Richmond Park seat to the Liberal Democrats in the general election. He will stay in his ministerial role at the Department for Environment,...

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Student protest police officer cleared of baton attack

Image caption About 10,000 people marched through London as part of the student fees protest in 2010 A police officer accused of hitting a student over the head with a baton during a protest nine years ago has been cleared of misconduct. A panel concluded on Thursday that an...

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Oval Four: Men have convictions quashed in corrupt detective case

Image copyright Winston Trew Image caption Winston Trew said his life fell apart after he served eight months in prison Three men who were jailed nearly 50 years ago on the evidence of a corrupt police officer have had their convictions quashed. Winston Trew, Sterling Christie, George Griffiths and...

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London bus attack: Teens admit threatening women who refused to kiss

Image copyright Melania Geymonat Image caption Melania Geymonat (right) and her date Chris needed hospital treatment Three teenage boys have admitted threatening two women who refused to kiss each other on a bus. Melania Geymonat, 28, and her date Christine Hannigan were pelted with coins on a Camden night...

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Black Wetherspoon’s customer boycotts pub over banana order

Image caption Mark D’Arcy-Smith said he and his friend are now boycotting the Wetherspoon’s pub in Bromley A man has said he will boycott a Wetherspoon’s pub after a banana he did not order was sent to his table. Mark D’arcy-Smith was drinking with a friend at The Richmal...

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Michael Weir guilty of 1998 ‘double jeopardy’ murders

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Michael Weir was found guilty of two counts of murder at the Old Bailey A jewel thief who beat two elderly people to death in their own homes has been convicted of their murders two decades on. Michael Weir fatally attacked 78-year-old Leonard...

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Saracens salary cap scandal: ‘I don’t think the trophies should stand’ – Danny Care

Danny Care scored a try against Saracens when Harlequins played them at the Stoop in October 2018 Harlequins and England scrum-half Danny Care says Saracens should have their trophies taken away from them. Saracens face being docked 35 points and fined £5.36m after an inquiry into business dealings between...

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