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18 Oct 6:01pm Updated Late Barkley winner against Leicester sends Villa second
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Ross Barkley dedicates his winning goal to Aston Villa's medical staff as Dean Smith's side maintain their 100% start to the season by edging victory at Leicester.
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18 Oct 3:58pm Fallon Sherrock misses out on PDC World Championship at Alexandra Palace
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Fallon Sherrock, who made history by beating two men at the PDC World Darts Championship last year, misses out on qualification this time.
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18 Oct 2:43pm Updated Dozens of migrants cross English Channel in 12 boats
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The body of a man found on a French beach is confirmed by authorities as that of a migrant.
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18 Oct 2:08pm Updated Van Dijk to have surgery on injured ACL and faces lengthy lay-off
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Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk needs surgery on the ACL injury sustained in the 2-2 draw at Everton on Saturday.
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18 Oct 1:28pm Updated France teacher attack: Rallies held to support beheaded Samuel Paty
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Samuel Paty was murdered after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in class.
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18 Oct 1:24pm Murray out of Cologne event with lingering pelvic problem
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Andy Murray withdraws from this week's ATP event in Cologne due to a lingering pelvic problem.
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18 Oct 12:23pm Updated Mac Allister earns late point for Brighton at Crystal Palace
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Wilfried Zaha must "create havoc" for opponents, says Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson after Sunday's 1-1 Premier League draw at home to Brighton.
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18 Oct 11:58am Miedema claims WSL goals record as Arsenal thrash Tottenham
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Vivianne Miedema becomes the Women's Super League's record goalscorer as leaders Arsenal thrash Tottenham.
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18 Oct 11:35am Geoghegan Hart takes first Grand Tour stage win to vault into Giro contention
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Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart wins his first Grand Tour stage to climb to fourth place overall at the Giro d'Italia.
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18 Oct 10:28am Hay Festival severs UAE ties after sex assault claim by employee
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Abu Dhabi's minister of tolerance has denied allegations he sexually assaulted a festival organiser.
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18 Oct 10:06am Vivianne Miedema: Arsenal striker breaks WSL all-time scoring record
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Watch the best moments of Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema after she becomes the first player to reach 50 Women's Super League goals.
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18 Oct 9:50am Late Sharp penalty gives Sheffield United first point of season
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Billy Sharp scores a late penalty to earn Sheffield United their first point of the season in a draw with Fulham.
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18 Oct 9:23am France teacher attack: 11th arrest in Samuel Paty murder case
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The arrest comes ahead of rallies across French cities in support of Samuel Paty.
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18 Oct 8:50am Updated Paralympics 2012 opening ceremony dancer Dave Toole dies
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Dave Toole's routine high above the Olympic Stadium has been described as "mighty and beautiful".
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18 Oct 8:15am WSL: Tobin Heath doubles lead for Manchester United against West Ham
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Tobin Heath doubles Manchester United's lead with a "quality strike" against West Ham in the Women's Super League.
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18 Oct 6:47am Is sainthood on the cards for a computer programmer?
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A computer programmer’s beatification could lead to the world’s first millennial saint.
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18 Oct 6:38am Updated Virgil van Dijk injury is not good, says Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool draw with Everton
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Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk's knee injury is "not good", says the champions' manager Jurgen Klopp.
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18 Oct 6:21am Updated Coronavirus: Police get access to NHS Test and Trace self-isolation data
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Forces in England will have access on a "case-by-case basis" to data on whether a person has been told to self-isolate.
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18 Oct 3:48am Updated Coronavirus: Tory MPs clash over Manchester restrictions
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The MPs want the mayor to "engage" with the government' - but draw fire from their own colleagues.
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18 Oct 3:29am What is the big picture for English football now after turbulent week?
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BBC sports editor Dan Roan examines the fallout from an extraordinary week which started with Project Big Picture and ended with more questions.
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18 Oct 2:14am European Champions Cup: Does dynasty beckon for Exeter after historic win?
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After clinching their first Champions Cup, could the next 10 years eclipse even Exeter's previous decade?
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18 Oct 1:03am Why the US election could decide battle against climate change
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Who next occupies the White House could be decisive in the battle to limit global warming.
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18 Oct 12:31am Covid-19: Police could access Test and Trace data, and Tory MPs clash over restrictions
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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday.
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18 Oct 12:20am London Bridge attack: Steven Gallant up for early release after confronting knifeman
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Convicted murderer Steven Gallant was on day release when he helped stop a knifeman's rampage.
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17 Oct 11:23pm Coronavirus: Empty streets in France as curfew enforced
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The overnight curfew in nine cities is aimed at curbing the soaring Covid infection rate in France.
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17 Oct 8:59pm Nagorno-Karabakh: Armenia accuses Azerbaijan of violating new truce
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Armenia says Azerbaijan violated a humanitarian ceasefire within minutes early on Sunday.
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17 Oct 8:57pm Strictly Come Dancing launch sees Nicola Adams and Katya Jones paired
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Former boxer Nicola Adams and Katya Jones will be the show's first celebrity same-sex couple.
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17 Oct 7:33pm Coronavirus and care homes: The pensioners suffering through isolation
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After care homes locked down in March, some families are still struggling to visit their loved ones.
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17 Oct 7:30pm How smart devices are exploited for domestic abuse
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Two women explain how their partners turned internet-connected gadgets into a means of control.
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17 Oct 7:25pm Gardens help towns and cities beat countryside for tree cover
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A survey of tree cover in England and Wales throws up a few surprises.
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17 Oct 7:20pm Coronavirus drives shop closures to new record
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More than 11,000 stores shut between January and June in the UK, according to research.
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17 Oct 7:09pm Philippines: Environmentalists criticise artificial beach in Manila Bay
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There is controversy over a new artificial beach in the Philippine capital, Manila, made from crushed dolomite rock which some people say is bad for the environment.
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17 Oct 7:08pm Coronavirus: Man, 100, relives family holidays by painting
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The WW2 veteran has been painting scenes from his old sketchbooks during the pandemic.
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17 Oct 7:05pm Climate change: Arctic Circle teens call for help to save their homes
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Teenagers living in remote Arctic communities share their concerns about the effects of climate change.
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