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The Sun reveals £68m loss as Murdoch’s tabloid struggles
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The Sun reveals £68m loss as Murdoch’s tabloid struggles

Most losses come as paper continues to reach settlements for the phone-hacking scandal, a problem compounded by falling print sales
24 Feb 2020
Hillsborough: Former police chiefs face charges
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Hillsborough: Former police chiefs face charges

Match commander David Duckenfield charged with manslaughter, while Sir Norman Bettison faces four counts of misconduct
28 Jun 2017
High street stores 'charge women twice as much as men'
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High street stores 'charge women twice as much as men'

Campaigners call for end of 'sexist' prices as clothes, toiletries and toys aimed at women are found to be more expensive
19 Jan 2016
Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?
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Will personalised news narrow our minds not broaden them?

News algorithms that allow you to hear only the news you want to hear carry profound disadvantages
17 Oct 2014
Mourinho agrees four-year Chelsea deal after Madrid exit
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Mourinho agrees four-year Chelsea deal after Madrid exit

Portuguese coach expected to be unveiled at Stamford Bridge this week
3 Jun 2013
Maracana fiasco raises Brazil World Cup and Olympic fears
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Maracana fiasco raises Brazil World Cup and Olympic fears

England friendly match in Rio suspended by judge over stadium safety concerns but then reinstated
31 May 2013
THE MOLE: Nigel Lawson pumps up Tory Eurosceptics
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THE MOLE: Nigel Lawson pumps up Tory Eurosceptics

Times man wins no friends at Number Ten after giving Lawson the platform to say it's time to leave Europe
7 May 2013

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POLITICS: Nigel Lawson says UK should leave Europe
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POLITICS: Nigel Lawson says UK should leave Europe

Thatcher's Chancellor says EU is a 'bureaucratic monstrosity' with 'contempt' for democracy
7 May 2013
EUROPE: PM's referendum guarantee
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EUROPE: PM's referendum guarantee

UKIP's surge prompts embattled PM to harden EU referendum promise by 'enshrining it in law'
2 May 2013
Wilkinson could still join Lions squad as cover says Gatland
Jonny Wilkinson retires from England rugby
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Wilkinson could still join Lions squad as cover says Gatland

Welsh skipper Sam Warburton will lead the Lions, who travel with only two fly-halves
30 Apr 2013
Gareth Bale wins PFA awards but comedian sparks race row
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Gareth Bale wins PFA awards but comedian sparks race row

Reginald D Hunter's use of the N-word does not go down well and Suarez gets booed
29 Apr 2013
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