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Plymouth on track for Championship 10 years after their darkest hour

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It is Thursday morning at Home Park and, as the Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe says, there is no time to waste. Training starts across the way in nine minutes. His squad are preparing to face Ipswich before a bumper crowd...

Sepp van den Berg: the Liverpool defender aiming to beat his own club

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As Mohamed Salah stuck away Liverpool’s fifth goal at Old Trafford on Sunday, completing his hat-trick with more than 40 minutes to play, it is conceivable that Sepp van den Berg was the only person with Liverpool tie...

Carrie Fisher, ghostly jesters and a curious motoring fine – take the Thursday quiz

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This time last week it was Thursday, and now here we all are again facing 15 questions on general knowledge and topical trivia plus a few jokes. All your favourites are here: a Doctor Who reference to spot, a Kate Bus...

Higher NI contributions are not the way to address the UK’s social care crisis

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For the Conservative right, nothing is as sacred as protecting the wealth of those who are already wealthy. This is why Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid have broken their party’s 2019 manifesto commitment no...

Barrow hope to blow Aston Villa off course in Carabao Cup

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“We’ve been described as the last outpost of the British Empire. It is a 40-mile cul-de-sac,” the Barrow chairman, Paul Hornby, says of the League Two club’s remote location off the A590. “People say stuff like Barrow...

Rooney says he won’t make excuses but Derby are in an impossible mess

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At least Wayne Rooney was able to see the funny side when, on the eve of the season, a journalist asked whether he breaks games down into chunks of six or eight to target points. “In blocks of one,” Rooney replied, la...

El laborismo no debería dar bandazos a la derecha, primero debe salir a votar.

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El laborismo ha perdido las últimas cuatro elecciones generales. Desde la agonía del Nuevo Laborismo en 2010 a la implosión del corbynismo en 2019 y Ed Miliband en el medio, el partido ha estado fuera del poder por 11 años ahora, y f ...

Wales team bond summed up by forgotten goalkeeper Danny Ward

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Forty-five minutes after the final whistle sounded at the Olimpico in Rome on Sunday, the Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward headed out of the away dressing room and slumped, feet crossed, against a post in front of an empty...

No club action, no problem for Wales’ unlikely lads who helped rescue draw

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At the Baku Olympic Stadium on Saturday a giant oval of sunlight shone on rows of empty seats but it was players who spent much of last season in the shade who ensured Wales stay alive, rallying to secure what may pro...

Bournemouth’s Solanke keeps rivals and marathon man on their toes

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‘I think I’ve found my feet this season,” says Dominic Solanke, discussing his emergence at Bournemouth, and he could not pick a more apt turn of phrase given also on the video call is a season-ticket holder who is ru...

Italian fisher wounded after Libyan coastguard reportedly shot at boat

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Italy’s navy has rescued an Italian fisher who was wounded after the Libyan coastguard reportedly fired on his boat. Salvatore Quinci, mayor of the fishing port of Mazaro del Vallo in south-western Sicily, said member...

The NHS is being privatised by stealth under the cover of a pandemic

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Cronyism and outsourcing have defined the government’s response to the pandemic, from the “VIP lane” for personal protective equipment (EPI) suppliers with connections to the Tory party to the privatised track and tra...

Andy Burnham is taking back the buses – and it could be transformative

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En 1986, the same year that Maradona’s Hand of God broke English hearts, Margaret Thatcher broke Britain’s buses. Her 1985 Transport Act, which came into force in October the following year, privatised Britain’s bus s...