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‘Safe’ standing barriers are anything but, says former Wembley Stadium manager

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The introduction of safe standing areas could create new safety problems in football grounds, according to Noel Jeffs, an expert in stadium operations and a former general manager of Wembley Stadium. This month the Sp...

Spanish former police inspector in court over ‘sewers of state’ scandal

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A former police inspector accused of spying on and working to discredit some of Spain’s most high-profile politicians and business people has gone on trial to face charges including bribery, forgery, extortion and inf...

Should you ask for a pay rise? Not according to the former Pepsi CEO

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Money is so tacky, darling, non credi?? Indra Nooyi, who was one of the highest-paid CEOs in the world during her tenure at PepsiCo, certainly seems to take that view. In an interview this month with the New York...

Former runner Mary Cain sues Nike and Salazar for $20m over alleged abuse

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Former middle-distance runner Mary Cain has filed a $20m lawsuit against disgraced coach Alberto Salazar and Nike alleging she suffered years of emotional abuse. Cain was considered a generational talent when she was ...

Former MasterChef contestant’s book pulled amid plagiarism accusations

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A cookbook by former MasterChef contestant and restaurant owner Elizabeth Haigh has been quietly pulled from circulation by its publisher after Haigh was accused of copying recipes by another author. Haigh’s Makan, un ...

Former Iranian president Abolhassan Bani-Sadr dies aged 88

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Abolhassan Bani-Sadr, who became Iran’s first president after the 1979 Islamic revolution before fleeing into exile in France, has died aged 88. He died on Saturday at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in Paris following...

New rule in Britain will end practice of sending former racehorses to abattoirs

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Horses trained and entered to race in Britain must be signed out of the human food chain in their passports from 1 gennaio 2022, in a significant change to the Rules of Racing. The change follows a controversial BBC i...

‘Long Covid is real’: former athlete warns about debilitating battle after coronavirus – video

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Will Smith, adesso 24 Anni, caught Covid-19 in March 2020 after returning to Melbourne from Boston. The young Victorian had spent four years on the Northeastern University's rowing team, training more than 12 volte ...

Former British embassy driver badly beaten in Kabul

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A former employee of the British embassy in Kabul has been badly beaten at his home by five armed men, in an attack linked to his 11 years working with UK diplomats in Afghanistan. The British embassy driver, one of a...

Tesla ordered to pay $137m to Black former employee for racial abuse

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Tesla has been ordered by a federal court in California to pay almost $137m in damages to a Black former employee who said he endured racial abuse while working at a factory in Fremont. Owen Diaz, a former contracted ...

Michel Barnier: why is the EU’s former Brexit chief negotiator sounding like a Eurosceptic?

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My Secret Brexit Diary, Michel Barnier’s blow-by-blow account of the Brexit negotiations, is at times quite a dry and technical read. But every now and then it offers glorious moments of comic relief. There is, for ex...

Former Liberal party president and Carlton boss John Elliott dies aged 79

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John Elliott, the controversial Australian businessman and former federal president of the Liberal party, has died aged 79. Elliott was also president of the Carlton football club for two decades before being sacked i...

Afghanistan: former Chevening scholars accuse UK of abandoning them

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A group of former Chevening scholars have accused the British government of abandoning them in Afghanistan, where they say their lives are at grave risk from the Taliban. The UK government has prioritised the rescue o...

Former teacher to paddle into Torquay after epic voyage around Britain

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He has had close encounters with orcas, sharks and more dolphins than he could count. He has negotiated fierce tidal flows and picked his way through offshore windfarms, shipping lanes and busy ports. After a 141-day ...

Australia burying ‘head in the sand’ on security risks of climate change, former defence official says

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Australia has its “head in the sand” regarding the national security implications of climate change and should follow the US in spelling out the risks, a former senior Australian defence official says. Australia’s “st...

France’s former health minister charged over handling of Covid crisis

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France’s former health minister Agnès Buzyn has been charged over her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic after investigators at a special court in Paris concluded there were grounds to prosecute her. Buzyn has been cha...

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