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Sané and Foden send City through as dogged Newport are finally downed

Sané and Foden send City through as dogged Newport are finally downed

“We couldn’t, could we?” wrote Michael Flynn, Newport County’s manager, in the match programme. No was the answer but Newport gave it one hell of a go on a day that will live long in the memory for every one of their supporters. Ultimately, Manchester...

Saturday, 20:05 in Sport
 
David Beckham sees Salford City beaten on first visit since becoming co-owner

David Beckham sees Salford City beaten on first visit since becoming co-owner

David Beckham saw Salford City suffer a surprise home defeat as he watched the National League club in action for the first time since becoming co-owner. Beckham last month followed his former Manchester United team-mates Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville,...

Saturday, 19:52 in Sport
 
Laura Muir routs Kirsty Wade’s 31-year-old British indoor mile record

Laura Muir routs Kirsty Wade’s 31-year-old British indoor mile record

No sooner had Laura Muir obliterated the 31-year-old British indoor mile record by an astonishing five seconds than she started wrapping herself up in cotton wool. She knows the biggest danger of retaining her European 1500m and 3,000m titles in...

Saturday, 19:18 in Sport
 
Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

The Oscar-nominated Mexican actor Yalitza Aparicio, who stars in the critically acclaimed film Roma, said on Saturday she was proud of her indigenous roots, after a soap opera star used a racial slur to describe her. “I am proud to be an Oaxacan...

Saturday, 19:17 in World News
 
Government attempting to deport Indigenous man to New Zealand

Government attempting to deport Indigenous man to New Zealand

The Australian government is attempting to deport another Indigenous man to New Zealand, despite him having no ties to the country where he was born while his parents were visiting the country more than 30 years ago. Tim Galvin’s mother and three...

Saturday, 19:17 in World News
 
Grayling attacked over 'disastrous' part-privatisation of probation service

Grayling attacked over 'disastrous' part-privatisation of probation service

Union bosses have condemned former justice secretary Chris Grayling’s “disastrous privatisation programme” after a probation services provider went into administration. It was announced on Friday that Working Links, owned by the German-based asset...

Saturday, 18:51 in Politics
 
Aurora police name five victims killed in shooting by dismissed worker

Aurora police name five victims killed in shooting by dismissed worker

Five people who died in a mass shooting at an Illinois warehouse were identified on Saturday, described as victims of a disgruntled employee who had just been dismissed. In a press conference, Aurora police chief Kristen Ziman said Clayton Parks,...

Saturday, 18:46 in World News
 
West Brom keep pace after win at Aston Villa as Blades carve up Reading

West Brom keep pace after win at Aston Villa as Blades carve up Reading

Championship West Brom did the damage in the five minutes before the break to stay firmly in the promotion hunt with a 2-0 win at Midlands rivals Aston Villa. Hal Robson-Kanu headed the Baggies in front in the 41st minute before Jay Rodriguez added a...

Saturday, 18:35 in Sport
 
How Swansea City went from model club to desperate cautionary tale

How Swansea City went from model club to desperate cautionary tale

As the clock ticked down on transfer deadline day last month, and chaos reigned behind the scenes at Swansea City, Connor Roberts tweeted a gif showing Milhouse, a character from The Simpsons, throwing a frisbee to himself in the park. The Wales...

Saturday, 18:16 in Sport
 
Historians fight back as TV raids their research treasures for its shows

Historians fight back as TV raids their research treasures for its shows

The ever-expanding number of history programmes on television ought to mean boom time for historians. Yet a growing number of authors and academics believe they are being unfairly cut out of the process. The Society of Authors says it has seen a rise...

Saturday, 18:03 in World News
 
Blunt Rangers lose ground on Celtic after St Johnstone stalemate

Blunt Rangers lose ground on Celtic after St Johnstone stalemate

Rangers risk losing further ground in the title race after being frustrated at home by St Johnstone. The 0-0 draw with Tommy Wright’s men may mean Rangers have trimmed Celtic’s lead at the top back to five points for 24 hours. But Brendan Rodgers’...

Saturday, 18:01 in Sport
 
Let Shamima Begum return to UK or risk more terror recruits, says expert

Let Shamima Begum return to UK or risk more terror recruits, says expert

The home secretary’s response to teenage Islamic State bride Shamima Begum will guarantee new recruits to the ideology that underpins the terror group, a former senior counter-radicalisation expert for the government has warned. As the debate over...

Saturday, 17:50 in World News
 
Premiership’s bottom side Newcastle lacking sense of direction in Bath defeat

Premiership’s bottom side Newcastle lacking sense of direction in Bath defeat

Newcastle’s hold on the bottom position in the table is becoming securer by the match, but there was little suggestion in their fourth consecutive league defeat that they were preoccupied by a fear of going down. Premiership Rugby clubs wants an...

Saturday, 17:46 in Sport
 
Buhari and opposition leader blame each other for Nigerian election delay

Buhari and opposition leader blame each other for Nigerian election delay

Nigeria’s president and his main challenger have blamed each other for the last-minute postponement of the country’s election, delayed just five hours before polls were due to open. Millions of Nigerians who had planned to vote woke up to the news on...

Saturday, 17:32 in World News
 
Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy's younger sister, dies aged 85

Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy's younger sister, dies aged 85

The American socialite Lee Radziwill, who was Jackie Kennedy’s younger sister, has died. She was 85. The website WWD reported the news, saying Radziwill died at home in New York City on Friday. The cause of death was not immediately known. Radziwill...

Saturday, 17:32 in World News
 


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