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11 Jul 6:21pm Grand National-winning jockey Geraghty retires
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Leading Irish jump jockey Barry Geraghty announces his retirement aged 40.
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11 Jul 6:08pm Updated Sterling hat-trick as Man City hit five at Brighton
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Raheem Sterling scores his third hat-trick of the season as Manchester City sweep Brighton aside to ensure they will finish in second place in the Premier League.
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11 Jul 3:56pm England v West Indies highlights: Hosts lose five late wickets to leave Windies as favourites
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England lose five wickets for 30 runs late on the fourth day to leave West Indies as favourites to win the first Test in Southampton.
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11 Jul 3:46pm Updated McGoldrick fires Sheffield United into top six as they beat Chelsea
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Sheffield United move into the Premier League's top six with a convincing victory over Champions League-chasing Chelsea.
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11 Jul 2:22pm Bolton stabbing: Man arrested after boy, 10, attacked
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A man is detained by police as the victim is being treated in hospital in Bolton.
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11 Jul 2:21pm England v West Indies: Late slump leaves tourists as favourites
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England lose 5-30 late on the fourth day as they open up a 170-run lead over West Indies on day four of the first Test.
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11 Jul 2:12pm Brighton protest: Black Lives Matter event follows video outcry
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Demonstrators shouted "UK is not innocent" after a video showed a man being restrained in the city.
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11 Jul 1:49pm Updated Coronavirus: Calls for government to clarify face coverings in England
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Boris Johnson says a "stricter" approach to face coverings is needed in confined spaces such as shops.
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11 Jul 1:14pm Bolton stabbing: Manhunt after 10-year-old boy attacked
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Police are searching for the attacker in Bolton and the boy has been taken to hospital.
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11 Jul 12:58pm England v West Indies: Zak Crawley receives low blow after Kemar Roach delivery
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Zak Crawley misjudges a Kemar Roach delivery and receives a nasty low blow on day four of the first Test at the Ageas Rose Bowl.
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11 Jul 12:12pm British man dies after balcony fall in Spain
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The Foreign Office says it is "supporting the family of a British man" after the incident in Marbella.
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11 Jul 12:06pm Trafalgar Square fountains: Two arrested over red dye protest
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It was released into the Trafalgar Square fountains in protest against animal farming, police say.
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11 Jul 11:16am Updated Deeney scores twice as Watford boost survival hopes against Newcastle
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Watford boss Nigel Pearson insists "our job is not finished yet" despite seeing his side move six points clear of the bottom three with a win over Newcastle.
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11 Jul 10:48am Lewis Hamilton takes Styrian GP pole position in heavy rain
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Lewis Hamilton is in scintillating form as he takes a stunning pole position in treacherous wet conditions at the Styrian Grand Prix.
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11 Jul 10:45am Updated Belgium tells Leicester arrivals to quarantine
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Leicester is the only UK city on the Belgian government's list of higher risk coronavirus areas.
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11 Jul 10:23am Coronavirus: New daily cases in Scotland down to single figures
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There were seven new cases and no Covid-19 deaths reported in Scotland in the last 24 hours.
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11 Jul 10:21am Jack Charlton: Leeds and Ashington legend remembered
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The World Cup winner is remembered as a "legend" for Leeds who never forgot his North East roots.
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11 Jul 10:16am Norwich City 0-4 West Ham United: Michail Antonio scores four to send Canaries down
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Norwich City are the first club to be relegated from the Premier League this season as Michail Antonio scores four goals to ease West Ham's troubles.
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11 Jul 9:33am Norwich City 0-4 West Ham United: Michael Antonio scores four to send Canaries down
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Norwich City are the first club to be relegated from the Premier League this season as Michail Antonio scores four goals to ease West Ham's troubles.
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11 Jul 8:33am Srebrenica: Boris Johnson pays tribute to victims of massacre
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The PM says "we owe it to the victims" to remember the massacre and "to ensure it never happens again".
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11 Jul 7:32am Lara Van Ruijven: World speed skating champion dies aged 27
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World champion speed skater Lara van Ruijven, who had been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, dies aged 27.
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11 Jul 6:41am One-year-old boy falls from window
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The child is being treated for a serious head injury and officers are investigating.
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11 Jul 6:19am Jack Charlton obituary: Former England and Republic of Ireland manager dies aged 85
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BBC Sport looks back at the life of England and former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton, who has died aged 85.
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11 Jul 5:25am Jack Charlton: Tributes paid by England, Republic of Ireland and former clubs
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The Football Association of Ireland says former manager Jack Charlton "changed Irish football forever" as it led tributes after he died aged 85.
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11 Jul 5:20am Brad Foster defends titles as boxing returns behind closed doors
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Brad Foster defends his British and Commonwealth super-bantamweight titles as boxing returns behind closed doors for the first time in the UK.
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11 Jul 5:04am Jack Charlton: 1966 England World Cup winner dies aged 85
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Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner with England in 1966 and former Republic of Ireland boss, dies aged 85.
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11 Jul 4:20am Jack Charlton: England World Cup winner and ex-Republic of Ireland boss dies aged 85
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Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner with England and former Republic of Ireland boss, dies aged 85.
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11 Jul 3:34am Updated Coronavirus: Labour calls for clarity over face coverings in England
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The government is considering making face coverings mandatory in shops in England, sources say.
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11 Jul 2:55am Illegal raves: The history from house music to lockdown
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Illegal raves have been booming during lockdown, but their story goes back a long time.
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11 Jul 2:11am Coronavirus: Risk of wrong grades and Labour wants clarity over face coverings
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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Saturday morning.
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10 Jul 10:24pm Coronavirus: Downturn must not increase north-south divide, Labour warns
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Labour urges the government not to leave regions behind after the PM promised to "level up" the country.
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10 Jul 10:08pm Nóra Quoirin death: Malaysian authorities to begin inquest in August
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The family of the teenager who died in Malaysia in August last year have campaigned for an inquest.
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10 Jul 7:48pm Coronavirus: How can we make post-pandemic cities smarter?
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Will the "anthropause" brought on by lockdowns make our cities greener, cleaner and quieter in future?
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10 Jul 7:27pm Coronavirus: Why politics means success or failure in South America
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Argentina has been singled out for success but the situation could not be more different in Brazil.
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10 Jul 7:26pm Coronavirus: Thrifty Germany takes on debt to rescue arts
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Germany pours money into the arts as cultural life takes a battering from coronavirus.
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10 Jul 7:05pm The loneliness of living in the lockdown city
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As the lockdown is extended in the city, how is it affecting the most isolated residents?
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10 Jul 7:02pm Instagram: From boy bullied for acne to beauty guru
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Scott McGlynn says bullies targeted him at school, leaving him lonely and depressed.
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10 Jul 7:01pm Coronavirus: Lockdown song written by Cardiff children
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Schoolchildren sing about their worries for relatives and wanting to see friends again.
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