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22 Oct 6:16pm Celtic 1-3 AC Milan - Scots come up short in Europa League opener
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A late Celtic rally is not enough as AC Milan claim an opening Europa League group stage victory in Glasgow.
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22 Oct 5:28pm Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 LASK: Carlos Vinicius stars in Europa League win
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Striker Carlos Vinicius shines on his debut as Tottenham comfortably defeat LASK in their opening Europa League Group J match.
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22 Oct 5:19pm Leicester City 3-0 Zorya Luhansk: Harvey Barnes excels in Europa League win
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James Maddison and Harvey Barnes are on target as Leicester start their Europa League campaign with a win.
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22 Oct 5:12pm Celtic 1-3 AC Milan - Scots come up short in Europa League opener
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A late Celtic rally is not enough as AC Milan claim an opening Europa League group stage victory in Glasgow.
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22 Oct 5:04pm Covid: NHS Test and Trace needs to improve, PM concedes
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Boris Johnson says he shares people's frustrations at the turnaround times for results in England.
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22 Oct 4:47pm Coronavirus: France extends overnight curfew as cases surge
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The 21:00 to 06:00 curfew will apply from Friday and two-thirds of French people will be affected.
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22 Oct 4:36pm Supermarkets in Wales told to only sell essentials
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Retailers will be barred from selling items like clothes when Wales goes into a two-week lockdown.
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22 Oct 4:16pm More to come from Partey - Arteta reflects on win in Vienna
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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says there is more to come from "fantastic" Thomas Partey after the midfielder's superb full debut in the 2-1 Europa League win at Rapid Vienna.
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22 Oct 4:14pm Boris Becker accused of not handing over tennis trophies to pay debts
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The former world number one and six-time Grand Slam champion denies all the charges against him.
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22 Oct 3:51pm Justin Fashanu: 30 years since footballer came out
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Thirty years after football's first openly gay player came out, what has changed in the game?
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22 Oct 3:41pm Updated Roofe scores stunner as Rangers win in Liege
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Rangers earn a first away win in the Europa League group stage under Steven Gerrard after Kemar Roofe's outrageous halfway-line goal caps off a fine win in a rain-soaked Liege.
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22 Oct 3:14pm England game in doubt after Barbarians players breach Covid-19 bubble
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England's match against the Barbarians is in doubt after several of the invitational side had a night out, contrary to Covid-19 rules.
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22 Oct 3:13pm Rapid Vienna 1-2 Arsenal: David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score in Gunners win
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Substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores the winner as Arsenal come from behind to win at Rapid Vienna in their Europa League Group B opener.
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22 Oct 2:33pm England game in doubt after Barbarians players breach Covid-19 bubble
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England's match against the Barbarians is in doubt after several of the invitational side had a night out, contrary to Covid-19 rules.
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22 Oct 2:32pm MOTDx: LV General takes on Craig Mitch in Last Minute Winner
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Comedian and presenter LV General bring his football boots along to take on Craig Mitch in the latest instalment of MOTDx's Last Minute Winner challenge.
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22 Oct 1:51pm Coronavirus: France extends overnight curfew as cases surge
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The 21:00 to 06:00 curfew will apply from Friday and two-thirds of French people will be affected.
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22 Oct 1:47pm Goldman Sachs to pay $3bn over 1MDB corruption scandal
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The investment bank will pay a record sum for violating bribery laws in the 1MDB corruption affair.
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22 Oct 1:32pm Covid: NHS Test and Trace needs to improve, PM concedes
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Boris Johnson says he shares people's frustrations at the turnaround times for results in England.
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22 Oct 1:26pm UK travel restrictions: Which countries can I visit without quarantining?
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Key holiday spots are being regularly added to the travel quarantine list as infection rates rise.
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22 Oct 12:59pm Coronavirus: France extends overnight curfew as cases surge
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The 21:00 to 06:00 curfew will apply from Friday and two-thirds of French people will be affected.
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22 Oct 12:43pm England game in doubt after Barbarians players breach Covid-19 bubble
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England's match against the Barbarians is in doubt after several of the invitational side had a night out, contrary to Covid-19 rules.
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22 Oct 12:38pm Brexit: Michel Barnier arrives in UK as trade talks restart
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The EU's chief negotiator warns time is running out to strike a deal ahead of face-to-face talks.
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22 Oct 12:23pm Covid: NHS Test and Trace needs to improve, PM concedes
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Boris Johnson says he shares people's frustrations at the turnaround times for results in England.
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22 Oct 12:16pm England game in doubt after Barbarians players breach Covid-19 bubble
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England's match against the Barbarians is in doubt after several of the invitational side had a night out, contrary to Covid-19 rules.
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22 Oct 12:04pm UK travel restrictions: Which countries can I visit without quarantining?
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Key holiday spots are being regularly added to the travel quarantine list as infection rates rise.
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22 Oct 12:03pm Brexit: Michel Barnier arrives in UK as trade talks restart
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The UK invited the EU chief negotiator back to the table after he said both sides needed to compromise.
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22 Oct 11:54am Poland abortion: Top court backs almost all terminations
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Poland has some of Europe's strictest laws, but the constitutional court tightens them still further.
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22 Oct 11:50am Geoghegan Hart closes on Giro lead after finishing second on epic stage 18
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Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart puts himself right in contention to win the Giro d'Italia after finishing a brilliant second on stage 18.
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22 Oct 11:34am New government Covid scheme to pay up to half of wages
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
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22 Oct 11:20am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 11:20am Geoghegan Hart closes on Giro lead after finishing second on epic stage 18
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Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart puts himself right in contention to win the Giro d'Italia after finishing a brilliant second on stage 18.
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22 Oct 11:05am Coronavirus: Can I still get my hair cut at home? And other questions
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We answer some of your questions about the rapidly changing rules and restrictions in the UK.
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22 Oct 11:03am Job Support Scheme: How do new post-furlough changes work?
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The government will expand its Job Support Scheme to help firms affected by coronavirus restrictions.
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22 Oct 11:03am Viagogo may have to sell all or part of StubHub, regulator says
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The UK's competition watchdog says the merger between the ticketing firms could lead to higher fees.
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22 Oct 11:00am Poland abortion: Top court rules in favour of almost total ban
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Poland has some of Europe's strictest laws, but the constitutional court tightens them still further.
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22 Oct 10:39am Covid rules: Stoke, Coventry and Slough face tighter restrictions in tier 2
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In all of these areas the infection rate is over 100 per 100,000 people, the health secretary says.
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22 Oct 10:32am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 10:14am Job Support Scheme: What is changing after furlough?
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The government will expand its Job Support Scheme to help firms affected by coronavirus restrictions.
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22 Oct 10:13am Covid rules: Stoke, Coventry and Slough face tighter restrictions in tier 2
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In all of these areas the infection rate is over 100 per 100,000 people, the health secretary says.
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22 Oct 10:12am Epstein: Ghislaine Maxwell denies knowledge of abuse
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Transcripts of a deposition made by Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend in 2016 are made public.
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22 Oct 10:06am Viagogo may have to sell all or part of StubHub, regulator says
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The UK's competition watchdog says the merger between the ticketing firms could lead to higher fees.
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22 Oct 9:42am New government Covid scheme to pay up to half of wages
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
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22 Oct 9:42am LGBT students attacked in university Zoom meeting
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Durham University online welcome meeting for LGBT students is "hijacked" by "homophobic slurs".
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22 Oct 9:22am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 9:21am New government Covid scheme to pay up to half of wages
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
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22 Oct 8:54am Wasps without 11 for Premiership final because of coronavirus
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Eleven Wasps players are unavailable for selection for Saturday's Premiership final, head coach Lee Blackett confirms.
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22 Oct 8:42am Job Support Scheme: What is changing after furlough?
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The government will expand its Job Support Scheme to help firms affected by coronavirus restrictions.
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22 Oct 8:30am New government Covid scheme to pay up to half of wages
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
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22 Oct 8:05am Brexit: Michel Barnier heads to UK as trade talks restart
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The UK invited the EU chief negotiator back to the table after he said compromises were needed to get a deal.
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22 Oct 7:38am Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?
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What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a loss of income?
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22 Oct 7:25am New government Covid scheme to pay up to half of wages
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
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22 Oct 7:24am Coronavirus: How much will it cost the UK?
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The pandemic will cost the government hundreds of billions of pounds. Where will it all come from?
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22 Oct 7:06am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 6:19am FBI says Iran and Russia have US voter information
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Intelligence officials say Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats earlier this week.
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22 Oct 6:07am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 5:58am Brexit: Michel Barnier heads to UK as trade talks restart
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The UK invited the EU chief negotiator back to the table after he said compromises were needed to get a deal.
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22 Oct 5:45am Conservative MP quits government job over free school meals
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Caroline Ansell has resigned after voting for a Labour plan to offer free school meals in the holidays.
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22 Oct 5:17am Transport for Wales rail services to be nationalised
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Ministers step in to "stabilise the network and keep it running" as income plummets due to Covid.
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22 Oct 5:04am Rishi Sunak to unveil new rescue deal for jobs and firms
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The chancellor is to announce more support for firms and workers as Covid restrictions increase.
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22 Oct 5:00am Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen to leave Haas after 2020 season
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Drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will both leave Haas at the end of the 2020 season.
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22 Oct 4:56am Conservative MP quits government job over free school meals
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Caroline Ansell has resigned after voting for a Labour plan to offer free school meals in the holidays.
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22 Oct 4:30am Updated Rishi Sunak expected to increase tier 2 jobs support
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The hospitality industry has described tier 2's restrictions as the "worst of all worlds".
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22 Oct 2:13am Updated US Election 2020: Trump and Obama lock horns in rival rallies
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Mr Obama likened his successor to a "crazy uncle" while Mr Trump mocked his old adversary.
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22 Oct 1:37am MOTDx: Adebayo Akinfenwa talks Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool captains, consoles and crisps
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MOTDx's Elz The Witch catches up with Wycombe striker and Liverpool fan Adebayo Akinfenwa.
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22 Oct 1:20am The armed robber who transformed his life through sport
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His body on the ground, guns pointed at his back, John McAvoy was caught. His life sentence wasn't the end but a new beginning.
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21 Oct 10:39pm FBI says Iran and Russia have US voter information
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Intelligence officials say Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats earlier this week.
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21 Oct 9:35pm Carlos Acosta: Refashioning ballet with socially distanced tutus
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The acclaimed ballet star resorts to extra wide costumes to reflect the realities of the pandemic.
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21 Oct 9:25pm Brexit: UK to ban more EU citizens with criminal records
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From January, EU citizens sentenced to more than a year in prison will be barred.
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21 Oct 7:11pm US election: Joe Biden or Donald Trump? Persuading an undecided voter
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Erica listens to her aunt and her friend make their cases for voting Joe Biden or Donald Trump.
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21 Oct 7:08pm Melbourne lockdown: Cycling trend ‘burbing’ takes off under tight restrictions
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Ben Loke cycled 1,371km whilst under Melbourne's tough restrictions.
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21 Oct 7:01pm Coronavirus: Republic of Ireland moves to highest restrictions
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The new rules will be backed by fines for people hosting house parts and travelling beyond the 5km limit.
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