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Sergio Ramos sent off as Real Madrid’s resurgence is ended by Girona

Sergio Ramos sent off as Real Madrid’s resurgence is ended by Girona

Real Madrid’s resurgent La Liga run skidded to a halt as they fell to a shock 2-1 defeat at home by struggling Girona on Sunday in which captain Sergio Ramos was sent off in added time, leaving them nine points adrift of leaders Barcelona. Real looked...

Sunday, 13:53 in Sport
 
Labour MPs warned: quit the party and risk a decade of Tory rule

Labour MPs warned: quit the party and risk a decade of Tory rule

John McDonnell has warned Labour MPs on the verge of quitting they could cause a decade of Thatcherite Tory rule, adding there was no need for a split over Brexit because the party may still back a people’s vote. The shadow chancellor said MPs...

Sunday, 13:47 in Politics
 
Brexit: May risks fresh confrontation with ERG over backstop

Brexit: May risks fresh confrontation with ERG over backstop

Theresa May is facing a fresh showdown with Eurosceptic Tory MPs after a cabinet minister suggested she may ask parliament to approve her Brexit deal again without having legally removed the Irish backstop from the withdrawal text. Ahead of talks...

Sunday, 13:40 in World News
 
Brother of teenagers killed in Syria stabbed to death in Brighton

Brother of teenagers killed in Syria stabbed to death in Brighton

The brother of two British teenagers killed while fighting for Islamists in Syria has died in hospital after being stabbed in a car following a crash. Abdul Deghayes died early on Sunday in Brighton, where he is from, Sussex police confirmed. They...

Sunday, 13:40 in World News
 
Diallo leaps over Shaq to win NBA slam-dunk contest as Harris shocks Steph Curry

Diallo leaps over Shaq to win NBA slam-dunk contest as Harris shocks Steph Curry

Oklahoma City’s Hamidou Diallo put on a show during the NBA’s All-Star weekend to win the league’s annual slam dunk contest. Diallo pulled off a dunk that will be talked about for years in the first round dunking over Shaquille O’Neal, hanging on the...

Sunday, 13:36 in Sport
 
Tory benefactor John Griffin questions party reliance on rich donors

Tory benefactor John Griffin questions party reliance on rich donors

One of the Conservatives’ most generous donors has criticised the party’s reliance on wealthy benefactors, and has urged the party’s chief executive, Mick Davis, to be “more energetic” and seek £50 gifts from ordinary members. John Griffin, the taxi...

Sunday, 12:45 in Politics
 
India enacts reprisals against Pakistan after Kashmir bombing

India enacts reprisals against Pakistan after Kashmir bombing

India has announced reprisals against Pakistan for a suicide bombing that killed at least 40 paramilitaries in the disputed region of Kashmir. India’s finance minister, Arun Jaitley, has placed a 200% tariff on Pakistani imports and the home ministry...

Sunday, 12:44 in World News
 
Jussie Smollett attorneys dismiss reports of involvement in own 'attack'

Jussie Smollett attorneys dismiss reports of involvement in own 'attack'

Attorneys for the actor and singer Jussie Smollett have said there is no truth to reports that he played a role in orchestrating an alleged assault on him last month by what he described as two men shouting homophobic and racial slurs. In a statement...

Sunday, 12:44 in World News
 
Climate protesters take action to disrupt London fashion week

Climate protesters take action to disrupt London fashion week

Protesters from the environmental action group Extinction Rebellion are disrupting London fashion week. A small group holding a banner saying “rebel for life” have already blocked the road outside Victoria Beckham’s show at the Tate Britain. Further...

Sunday, 11:54 in World News
 
Shamima Begum who fled UK to join Isis has given birth, says family

Shamima Begum who fled UK to join Isis has given birth, says family

The family of a teenager who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State have said they believe she has given birth. Shamima Begum, 19, who left the UK with two school friends in 2015, spoke to the Times earlier this week from the al-Hawl refugee camp in...

Sunday, 11:26 in World News
 
Third of Britons believe Islam threatens British way of life, says report

Third of Britons believe Islam threatens British way of life, says report

More than a third of people in the UK think that Islam is a threat to the British way of life, according to a report by the anti-fascist group Hope not Hate. The organisation’s annual “State of Hate” report, which will be launched on Monday, argues...

Sunday, 11:26 in World News
 
Florida's farmers plot new course after Hurricane Michael's deadly tear

Florida's farmers plot new course after Hurricane Michael's deadly tear

Hurricane Michael’s deadly tear through Florida’s Panhandle four months ago will help fuel a transformation of the state’s agricultural industry, experts are predicting, with significant numbers of growers moving away from traditional farming and...

Sunday, 11:10 in World News
 
Trump is right, UK must take back Isis fighters – ex-British army chief

Trump is right, UK must take back Isis fighters – ex-British army chief

A former head of the British army has said Donald Trump is right to say British Islamic State fighters held in Syria should be brought back to the UK because they are the UK’s responsibility. Gen Lord Dannatt said it was important they are seen to be...

Sunday, 10:57 in World News
 
'No blacks' graffiti painted on door of 10-year-old's Salford home

'No blacks' graffiti painted on door of 10-year-old's Salford home

A 10-year-old boy was left “totally traumatised” and in tears after graffiti saying “no blacks, no blacks” was painted on the door of his home days after he moved in. Jackson Yamba, 38, said the racist message was daubed on three doors leading to...

Sunday, 10:26 in World News
 
In the cold, there’s hungry birds, thick ice and frogs to liberate

In the cold, there’s hungry birds, thick ice and frogs to liberate

Perhaps it is time I learned patience. First surgery, then snow, now pretty constant rain. The sacks of manure, split in the frost, still wait sullenly. The last shards of last year’s growth stand stark against the ground. The hungry pigeons have...

Sunday, 10:25 in Lifestyle
 


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