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Iran plane crash: Tributes to three British nationals killed

Image copyright Facebook/LinkedIn Image caption Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, Sam Zokaei and Saeed Tahmasebi were all on board Tributes have been paid to three British nationals who died when a Ukrainian plane crashed in Iran. Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, who owned a dry cleaners, BP engineer Sam Zokaei and...

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Arsenal 2-0 Man Utd: Gunners secure first win under Mikel Arteta

Nicolas Pepe scored his fifth goal of the season and also hit the post before he was substituted Mikel Arteta earned his first win as Arsenal boss as the Gunners produced a powerful first-half performance to beat a lacklustre Manchester United. The visitors, who were without the injured Paul...

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London’s City Hall provides Christmas meals for homeless

Image caption Sadiq Khan helped serve 100 Christmas Dinners to guests at City Hall Christmas dinners have been served to Londoners who are reliant on the city’s homelessness services. Hairdressers and opticians were also made available at City Hall before guests were given a three-course meal. Last year, 8,855...

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Mikel Arteta: Man City yet to agree compensation with Arsenal

Arteta made 150 appearances for Arsenal between 2011 and 2016 Manchester City are yet to agree compensation with Arsenal that would allow the Gunners to name Mikel Arteta as their new manager. Arsenal are finalising the paperwork for City’s assistant manager, 37, to replace Unai Emery. Arteta was at...

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Bayern Munich 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Ryan Sessegnon scores on full debut as Spurs lose

This was only Sessegnon’s fourth appearance for Spurs Ryan Sessegnon marked his first Tottenham start with a goal but could not prevent Spurs from losing 3-1 to Bayern Munich in their final Champions League group game. Both sides had already qualified for the last 16, with Bayern progressing as...

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Jaden Moodie: Accused killer ‘carried knife for safety’

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Jaden Moodie was allegedly dealing drugs for a gang when he was targeted by a group of men A man accused of murdering a 14-year-old boy sold drugs for a London gang so he could “survive”, and would carry a knife for “safety”,...

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‘Tube saviour’ hopes her story can inspire others

Image copyright Asma Shuweikh Image caption Asma Shuweikh said she hopes her story can inspire others to “come together” A woman who was praised for intervening to stop anti-Semitic abuse said she hopes her story can inspire others. Asma Shuweikh, was reunited with the father of the family that...

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Saracens salary cap punishment a ‘deterrent’ to others, says Steve Diamond

Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond spent two years as Saracens head coach between 2004 and 2006 Saracens’ punishment for breaching the Premiership’s salary cap regulations will act as “an excellent deterrent” to other clubs, according to Sale Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond. Sarries, the reigning Premiership and...

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McStrike: Why unhappy workers walked out

A number of McDonald’s workers went on strike calling for a pay rise and improved conditions. They want a rise in pay to £15 an hour, an end to youth rates, the choice of guaranteed hours of up to 40 hours a week, notice of shifts four weeks in...

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Extinction Rebellion: High Court rules London protest ban unlawful

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Extinction Rebellion protests continued in London following the city-wide ban A police ban on Extinction Rebellion protests in London last month was unlawful, High Court judges have ruled. The Metropolitan Police imposed the ban, which prevented two or more people from the group...

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