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Tahnoon Nimer (left) and Matt Southall pictured together at Charlton’s match against Barnsley in February Charlton Athletic chairman Matt Southall has insisted he will not step away despite majority shareholder Tahnoon Nimer “deciding on a new board” at the Championship club. Southall has been locked in a row with the Syrian businessman over finances at […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Coronavirus is spreading in the UK and a major epidemic is expected. A worst case scenario could see 80% of people infected if nothing is done. What is the UK now doing about coronavirus? The UK government is attempting to delay the spread of coronavirus and reduce the epidemic’s peak (when […]

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The fall in police numbers is “likely” to be a “contributory factor” in the rise in murder and manslaughter cases since 2014, an official study suggests. Police numbers in England and Wales fell by 21,000 from 2010-18 – and community support officers by 6,000. And the rate of murders and manslaughters soared by 39% in […]

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Image copyright AFP Image caption A specialist centre at the Royal Free Hospital, London, is treating one of the new patients Two more patients have tested positive for coronavirus in England, bringing the total number of UK cases to 15. They have been transferred to specialist NHS infection centres in Liverpool and London, the Department […]

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Image copyright @MurshHabib Image caption A crime scene is in place at the London Central Mosque near Regent’s Park in central London A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing inside a central London mosque. The victim, who is in his 70s, was found seriously injured after emergency services were […]

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Image caption Damage to a wire near Luton caused the disruption, Network Rail said Rail commuters on Thameslink train services were disrupted because of a damaged overhead wire. Two of the four lines between London St Pancras and Bedford were closed during the morning rush hour. Thameslink initially expected disruption to last all day, but […]

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Saracens were the Premiership champions in the last two seasons Premiership Rugby has opened a public consultation into its salary cap regulations in the wake of Saracens’ relegation for spending over the limit. The governing body last month announced a “comprehensive review” of the rules, which is being led by former government minister Lord Myners. […]

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