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Decorated British Army major cleared seven times facing new Iraq inquiry

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A decorated Army major who has faced seven separate inquiries over the death of an Iraqi teenager 15 years ago is now being investigated for an eighth time, the Telegraph has learned. Major Robert Campbell said he had been “broken” by the…

ECB accuses Trump of 'currency war' as surging euro exposes Europe's fragility


The European Central Bank has expressed alarm over the surging euro, accusing the Trump administration of driving down the dollar to gain trade advantage in breach of global accords. Minutes from the ECB's policy meeting in January flagged…

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Arsenal 1 Ostersunds FK 2 (agg 4-2): Arsene Wenger's side into Europa League last 16 despite dismal defeat

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Humiliation was narrowly averted but, as an audition for Sunday’s League Cup final against Manchester City, Arsenal’s fringe players delivered the footballing equivalent of forgetting all their lines and then falling off the stage in a big…







Chequers summit: Arm-waving by Boris, silence from May, cold water poured by diplomats... and then the EU will say no


Theresa May brought her cabinet out to Chequers in 2016, where she declared before the cameras that her team were going to "make a success" of Brexit. Today, she is taking her ministers back to her Buckinghamshire retreat in the hope of…



Nathan Hughes returns for England against Scotland as Eddie Jones makes just one change to starting side

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Nathan Hughes will start at number eight when England's NatWest 6 Nations title defence resumes against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday. Hughes has recovered from the knee ligament damage sustained on club duty for Wasps in December…




Thursday, Feb 22

Brits 2018: Best Album winner Stormzy slams Theresa May over Grenfell


Young hip-hop artist Stormzy has become the runaway winner of this year's Brit Awards, ending the night with a live performance in which he used a freestyle rap to criticise the Prime Minister's response to the Grenfell Tower fire. "Yo…

Wednesday, Feb 21

Sevilla vs Manchester United, Champions League: live score updates

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0-0 might seem like a decent result to take back to Old Trafford but it only takes one mistake and Sevilla to score from it and all of a sudden United need to score two. United are attacking now... and LUKAKU HAS SCORED! No he hasn't. It's…

Stasi kept 'top secret' files on Labour group which Jeremy Corbyn helped to run

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East Germany’s secret police kept “top secret” files on a Labour group which Jeremy Corbyn helped to run, it has emerged. The Stasi reportedly took a keen interest in the Labour Action for Peace (LAP) group in the 1980s. Mr Corbyn was…

Tuesday, Feb 20

Elise Christie suffers another Winter Olympics disaster after fall and disqualification in 1000m heats

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As has become customary after one of her numerous expulsions from an Olympic race, Elise Christie paused mid sentence, struggling to speak. Only this time emotion was not to blame. “I’m not crying, I’m just coughing,” she explained. Her…

Oxfam boss reveals charity is facing 26 new incidents of sexual misconduct as 7,000 donors cancel subscriptions

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The head of Oxfam is facing calls by MPs to resign over his handling of the Haiti sex scandal amid mounting criticism of his leadership. Mark Goldring, the chief executive of Oxfam, has been accused of making "grave errors" in his response…

Monday, Feb 19

Wigan Athletic 1 Manchester City 0: Will Grigg burns Pep Guardiola's quadruple dreams

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Will Grigg's on fire. And Manchester City's hopes of an unprecedented quadruple have gone up in flames. This was the most incredible FA Cup tie with so many astonishing incidents of controversy and fury that it almost spiralled from…

Sunday, Feb 18

Hold the Sunset, episode one, review: John Cleese’s big sitcom return fizzes with comic energy


It is 43 years since John Cleese last appeared in a BBC sitcom. You may remember it – hotel in Torquay, rude owner, hapless staff. Fawlty Towers only ran for 12 episodes in the Seventies but no British sitcom has ever had quite the same…

Welcome to Liberland: the nation that Bitcoin built

Satoshi Nakamoto designed Bitcoin to disrupt central banking, but one man has an even more controversial plan for the blockchain: build a nation-state. Former economist turned politician Vit Jedlicka has created a virtual state that runs…

George Groves defeats Chris Eubank Jr on unanimous points decision

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It lived up to all expectations. It was a thriller. But George Groves was just a step too far, too strong and ultimately too technical and experienced in the championship rounds for Chris Eubank Jr here on Saturday night. The Londoner, who…