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UK records highest Covid deaths since March

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The UK has reported its highest number of Covid deaths for seven months, with 223 deaths recorded within 28 days of a positive test for the virus. The daily death rate, which has not been as high since 9 March, brough...

Match-fixing suspicions raised in 1,100 cases since pandemic’s start

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Potential match-fixing has been detected in more than 1,100 sports matches since April 2020, according to research conducted by a global sports technology company. Sportradar Integrity Services, a partner to more than...

Nearly half of Britain’s biodiversity has gone since industrial revolution

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Almost half of Britain’s natural biodiversity has disappeared over the centuries, with farming and urban spread triggered by the industrial and agricultural revolutions being blamed as major factors for this loss. Tha...

Emma Raducanu falls to defeat in first outing since US Open triumph

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The question on most lips as Emma Raducanu returned to competition for the first time since her startling US Open victory was regarding exactly how she would adjust to her new status as a grand slam champion. With gra...

Players’ stand over Ashes shows shift in attitudes since Marcus Trescothick’s day

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Time flies. It’s been 15 years since Marcus Trescothick last played for England, in a warmup match against New South Wales in November 2006. He broke down in the dressing room on the last day of the game – “All the sa...

‘Not just surviving, thriving’: interest in women’s sport has risen since pandemic

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A fifth of UK adults have increased their following of women’s sport during the pandemic, research has found, with many citing the rise in coverage as a reason for their greater interest. A report published by Leaders...

Bubba Wallace becomes first Black driver to win Nascar Cup race since 1963

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Bubba Wallace became just the second Black driver to win at Nascar’s top Cup Series level when rain stopped Monday’s playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway. Wallace had driven through a crash and to the front of the ...

War crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Libya since 2016, says UN

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War crimes and crimes against humanity including murder, torture, enslavement, extrajudicial killings and rape have been committed in Libya since 2016, a United Nations investigation has found. The independent fact-fi...

At least 15 serving or former police have killed women in UK since 2009 – report

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Women have been killed by at least 15 serving or former police officers in the UK since 2009, new figures reveal. The majority of the women killed by former officers had been their partners, according to data from the...

Covid live news: India reports lowest deaths since mid-March; England parents warned over hoax vaccine letter

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India reports 179 Covid deaths for Tuesday; hoax letter in England aimed at spreading misinformation as 12- to 15-year-olds can now get jab

Coronavirus live news: fourth Brazil UN attendee tests positive; life expectancy falls by most since second world war

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Life expectancy of American men drops by more than two years; CEO of Brazilian state lender tests positive for Covid

Australia Covid news live update: NSW records 1,007 new cases and ACT 32 as Victoria reports most infections since pandemic began

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Victoria has reported 847 new coronavirus cases and Queensland one. Follow live

Ray Liotta: ‘Why haven’t I worked with Scorsese since Goodfellas? You’d have to ask him. I’d love to’

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I am a little trepidatious ahead of my interview with Ray Liotta because the reviews, shall we say, are mixed. Not about his acting, which has been accoladed and adored from his first major film role, as Melanie Griff...

UK economic growth slows to weakest level since Covid rules eased in March

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Severe shortages of workers and supplies have dragged down economic growth in Britain to the weakest levels since pandemic restrictions were eased in March, according to a closely watched business survey. The latest s...

Russia forest fire damage worst since records began, says Greenpeace

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Russia has endured its worst forest fire season in the country’s modern history, according to recent data from the Russian Forestry Agency analysed by Greenpeace. Fires have destroyed more than 18.16m hectares of Russ...

Richard Osman’s second book is one of the fastest-selling novels since records began

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Richard Osman’s follow-up to The Thursday Murder Club, The Man Who Died Twice, has become one of the fastest-selling novels since records began. Published on 16 September, The Man Who Died Twice continues the adventur...

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