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Andy Murray left out of GB Davis Cup squad to face Canada but he could change his mind, says Leon Smith:...

Andy Murray has been left out of Great Britain's Davis Cup squad which will travel to Canada next week to play in this year's World Group first round. The world No 1 appears to have taken the hint from captain Leon Smith that there will be no recriminati

2 min. ago in Sport

Transfer news LIVE: Man United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool updates plus more from rest of Europe

Matt Smith Host commentator Auto-update 09:13 One week to go... It seems like only yesterday that the 2017 January transfer window was flung open, yet in just seven days it will be slammed shut, and there are a lot of managers wanting to push deals throu

2 min. ago in Sport

FTSE LIVE: Footsie flat as traders wait for Supreme Court's long awaited decision on triggering of Article 50 

08:30: The Footsie was flat ahead of the Supreme Court's key decision on whether or not Parliament will have a say in the triggering of the Brexit process. In opening deals the FTSE 100 was up just 3 points at 7,155.3 - having slipped 47 points yesterday

4 min. ago in Business

N-ice day for a trip to Siberia! Stunning images show the world's deepest lake frozen over, with glassy...

Lake Baikal has much to recommend it. It's the oldest and deepest freshwater lake in the world, reaching depths of more than 5,000 feet, stretching for nearly 400 miles across Siberia, and with water so clear you can see 130ft beneath the surface. Come w

13 min. ago in Travel

Heathrow cancels 100 flights for the SECOND day in a row because of 'freezing fog' as the country wakes up...

Freezing fog caused further misery for air passengers today as more than 100 flights were cancelled at London Heathrow Airport for the second day in a row and drivers faced icy conditions on the roads. The Met Office said overnight fog was causing fresh

13 min. ago in Travel

Want the best hotel service in the world? Then head to LLANDUDNO in Wales: £79-a-night guesthouse in resort...

A tiny resort town on the coast of Wales has beaten off stiff competition from the hospitality industry's biggest names in mega cities around the world, to scoop awards for two of its hotels. Lawton Court in Llandudno took the title for the world's best

13 min. ago in Travel

You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours: Two zebras preen each other's coats at the same time in an...

These two zebras preened each other's coats at the same time in an impressive display of teamwork.  Each animal burrowed deep into their partner's fur to remove dirt and root around for ticks. Visitors can be heard laughing at the display of equine solid

13 min. ago in Travel

My TV was smashed by Parcel Force - and now it refuses to pay compensation

We recently sold a two-year old 50 inch Sony television to a friend for £150 and paid £41 for a courier service with Parcel Force for it to be transported from Coventry to Northumberland. It was packed in the original box and we placed the order online,

21 min. ago in Business

Energy bills to fall as billions in 'green crap' subsidies axed: Ministers unveil plans to reduce money...

Household energy bills are set to fall after ministers unveiled plans to slash green subsidies, it emerged yesterday. Billions of pounds are handed out by the Government to wind farm and solar energy firms every year, with families and manufacturers pick

43 min. ago in Business

Senegal goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye takes time-wasting to a new level as he comically trips over his own feet 

Senegal goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye played his part in eliminating Algeria from the Africa Cup of Nations, taking time-wasting to the next level by tripping over his own feet as he wound down the clock.   Riyad Mahrez and Co were dumped out of the competit

45 min. ago in Sport

Why breast cancer drugs fail for one in four: Scientists discover that tumours can create their own supply...

Scientists have made a breakthrough by discovering how the breast cancer tumours of a quarter of patients resist chemotherapy treatment. Drugs used to ‘starve’ tumours of the hormone that helps them grow often fail because the cancerous growths create th

53 min. ago in Health

Why stress can make you younger and the simple exercises that will turn back the clock: How to slow down...

Stress, we’re told, is toxic. We’re warned it damages our health, thwarts our happiness and ages us before our time. We should, say some lifestyle gurus, do our best to avoid any kind of stress at all. The truth? Some stress can actually be good for your

53 min. ago in Health

One in eight unaware they have high blood pressure: Around 5.5m people don't know they have 'silent killer'...

One in eight adults in England is living with undiagnosed high blood pressure which puts them at risk of a heart attack or stroke, experts warned last night. Some 5.5million people are living in ignorance of the fact they have high blood pressure - known

53 min. ago in Health

Could cartilage from the NOSE help ease your knee pain? Mechanic with a worn-down knee became one of the...

Pioneering research using cartilage from a patient's nose to repair damaged knees is showing promising results.  Nicola Mueller, 39, a mechanic from Basel, Switzerland, was one of the first people in the world to undergo the procedure, as he tells RACHEL

53 min. ago in Health

Can sucking on mints REALLY prevent tooth decay? Experts reveal the secret to maintaining white and healthy...

We all know the secret to healthy teeth lies in brushing twice a day and minimising sugary snacks. But it seems we may have another option: sucking mints. Dr Heff's Remarkable Mints were developed by two British dentists who claim they can freshen breath

53 min. ago in Health

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