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Saracens: Communications firm to manage fallout of salary cap scandal

Mark McCall led Saracens to a Premiership and European Champions Cup double in 2018-19 Saracens have brought in a major communications company to help manage the public fallout of the salary cap scandal, with the Premiership champions yet to formally appeal against their points deduction and fine. Sarries are...

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Vitoria Guimaraes 1-1 Arsenal: Gunners concede late equaliser in Portugal

Bruno Duarte scored in the 91st minute to prevent Arsenal from making four wins from four in the Europa League this season Arsenal’s 100% record in the Europa League this season ended as Bruno Duarte scored a 91st-minute equaliser for Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal. Shkodran Mustafi had provided the...

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Grenfell: Resign now, survivors tell fire chief after critical inquiry report

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGrenfell families: “There was a serious lack of common sense” Survivors and bereaved relatives of the Grenfell Tower fire have called for London Fire Brigade chief Dany Cotton to resign – after a highly critical report from the inquiry into the...

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Dennis Nilsen: Serial killer died in ‘excruciating pain’

Image copyright PA Image caption Dennis Nilsen was jailed for life in 1983 for the murder of six men Serial killer Dennis Nilsen spent his final hours in his cell in “excruciating pain” with internal bleeding, his inquest has heard. Nilsen, who admitted murdering at least 15 men and...

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Carl Fletcher: Leyton Orient appoint ex-Plymouth boss as head coach

Carl Fletcher has left his role of loan player manager at Premier League club Bournemouth to join Leyton Orient League Two side Leyton Orient have appointed former Plymouth manager Carl Fletcher as their new head coach. The 39-year-old ex-Wales midfielder has agreed a contract until the end of the...

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Tube noise levels: TfL driver action cancelled

Image caption Action was planned for the Jubilee, Central, Northern and Victoria lines Planned industrial action by London Underground drivers has been called off after unions reached a deal in a dispute over excessive track noise. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) were due to start...

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