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Protester James Goddard held over Parliament incidents 12 Jan 4:06pm Updated Protester James Goddard held over Parliament incidents
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Pro-Brexit activist James Goddard was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence.
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12 Jan 3:57pm Tony Khan: Fulham vice-chairman promises investment but argues with fan on Twitter
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Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan tells a critical supporter to "go to hell" and vows to invest in players in January.
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12 Jan 2:17pm Edinburgh claim historic win in Toulon to close on last-eight spot
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Edinburgh have one foot in the European Champions Cup quarter-finals after scoring three tries in a historic victory in Toulon.
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Salah penalty edges leaders Liverpool past Brighton 12 Jan 1:48pm Updated Salah penalty edges leaders Liverpool past Brighton
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Manager Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool showed they are no longer "childish" in matches with a key victory at Brighton.
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Prison sentences: Charities and probation staff union welcome proposals 12 Jan 1:04pm Prison sentences: Charities and probation staff union welcome proposals
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A plan to scrap shorter sentences will only work if probation services get more funding, union says.
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12 Jan 12:52pm Brit Awards: Anne-Marie, Dua Lipa, Jorja Smith and George Ezra lead nominations
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Female artists including Anne-Marie, Dua Lipa and Jorja Smith lead the field for the 2019 Brits.
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Who are the real UK yellow vest protesters? 12 Jan 12:23pm Who are the real UK yellow vest protesters?
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Anti-austerity and pro-Brexit protesters are battling over the mantle of the French gilets jaunes.
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Indian cricketers banned for women comments 12 Jan 11:48am Indian cricketers banned for women comments
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Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are suspended by India's cricket board after comments about women on a television show.
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Teenager Rice gives West Ham rare win over Arsenal 12 Jan 11:01am Teenager Rice gives West Ham rare win over Arsenal
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Nineteen-year-old Declan Rice scores the winner as West Ham dent Arsenal's top-four hopes with victory at London Stadium.
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Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi teen refugee arrives in Canada 12 Jan 10:27am Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi teen refugee arrives in Canada
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Rahaf al-Qunun is granted asylum after fleeing her family in a drama that captured world headlines.
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Trump Russia: FBI probed whether Trump was working for Moscow - NYT 12 Jan 10:11am Trump Russia: FBI probed whether Trump was working for Moscow - NYT
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The FBI investigated whether Mr Trump was a national security threat, the New York Times reports.
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12 Jan 10:03am Teenager Rice gives West Ham rare win over Arsenal
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Nineteen-year-old Declan Rice scores the winner as West Ham dent Arsenal's top-four hopes with victory at London Stadium.
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Trump-Russia: FBI probed whether Trump was working for Moscow - NYT 12 Jan 9:34am Trump-Russia: FBI probed whether Trump was working for Moscow - NYT
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The FBI investigated whether Mr Trump was a national security threat, a US newspaper reports.
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Teenager Rice gives West Ham rare win over Arsenal 12 Jan 9:22am Teenager Rice gives West Ham rare win over Arsenal
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Nineteen-year-old Declan Rice scores the winner as West Ham dent Arsenal's top-four hopes with victory at London Stadium.
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12 Jan 8:26am Khan agrees April date to fight unbeaten Crawford
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Amir Khan agrees to face undefeated WBO world welterweight champion Terence Crawford in the US in April.
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Protester held over Parliament incidents 12 Jan 8:08am Protester held over Parliament incidents
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Protester James Goddard is arrested in connection with incidents in Westminster earlier this week.
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Pandya and Rahul banned by India following comments about women 12 Jan 7:03am Pandya and Rahul banned by India following comments about women
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Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are suspended by India's cricket board after their comments about women on a television show.
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Rohit century in vain as Australia win opening ODI against India 12 Jan 5:49am Rohit century in vain as Australia win opening ODI against India
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Australia win the first match of the three-match one-day series against India in Sydney by 34 runs, despite a century from Rohit Sharma.
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Sharm el-Sheikh: UK should end flight ban - Egyptian ambassador 12 Jan 4:55am Updated Sharm el-Sheikh: UK should end flight ban - Egyptian ambassador
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Hundreds of thousands of Britons used to visit the resort before a terror attack on a plane there in 2015.
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Blocking Brexit could cause far-right surge - Grayling 12 Jan 4:42am Updated Blocking Brexit could cause far-right surge - Grayling
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Not leaving the EU could end centuries of "moderate" politics in the UK, a senior minister says.
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Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less 12 Jan 2:55am Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less
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Sentences under six months are long enough to damage you and too short to heal you, says minister.
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Serena Guthrie column: England Quad Series win can set tone for World Cup 12 Jan 2:35am Serena Guthrie column: England Quad Series win can set tone for World Cup
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In her second BBC Sport column, captain Serena Guthrie says England need to win the Quad Series, which starts this week, to lay down a World Cup marker.
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Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less 12 Jan 2:27am Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less
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The government says sentences of six months or less are ineffective at cutting reoffending.
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US partial government shutdown becomes longest on record 12 Jan 12:00am US partial government shutdown becomes longest on record
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The partial shutdown enters its 22nd day leaving hundreds of thousands of federal workers unpaid.
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German WW1 submarine emerges off French coast 11 Jan 9:02pm German WW1 submarine emerges off French coast
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Shifting sands expose the hull of the UC-61 which was stranded off Wissant, near Calais, in July 1917.
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Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less 11 Jan 9:02pm Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less
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The government says sentences of six months or less are ineffective at cutting reoffending.
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The puzzle of how many Brits abroad there really are 11 Jan 8:23pm The puzzle of how many Brits abroad there really are
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The phrase "Brits abroad" conjures up images of retirees in the sun, but the reality is complex.
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How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit? 11 Jan 7:40pm How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit?
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The Irish government wants its close relationship with the UK to continue after Brexit.
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FOP: Instagram and my one-in-a-million illness 11 Jan 7:12pm FOP: Instagram and my one-in-a-million illness
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Zoe Buxton is a fashion and lifestyle blogger whose body is slowly turning to bone.
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11 Jan 7:09pm Would you give bats a home in your fridge?
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Zoologists in Belarus are helping the flying mammal to get some sleep during hibernation season.
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