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Friday, Nov 30

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British rower in serious condition after accident

A top British rower is in a serious condition in hospital after an accident in Seattle where she was studying.

Moura refuses to criticise Emery

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Tottenham's Lucas Moura has refused to criticise Arsenal boss Unai Emery for not picking him at Paris Saint-Germain.

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MeToo founder: Movement completely unrecognisable

The founder of MeToo has said the movement has become unrecognisable amid a media backlash that has framed it as a witch-hunt.

Starbucks to block customers watching porn

Starbucks is set to block customers from using its free Wi-Fi to watch pornography in its US outlets.

Mystery as missing couple's car washes up on beach

Coastguard rescue teams have joined police in the search for a missing couple whose car was found washed up on a beach following bad weather.

House price growth up but market remains subdued

House price growth was up slightly in November but the market remains subdued, according to Nationwide.

Whyte mocks 'weird' Chisora threat

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Dillian Whyte laughed off a "weird" threat from Derek Chisora after his British rival vowed to "go through" him like a laxative in next month's rematch.

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Ukraine bans Russian men from entering country

Ukraine has banned Russian men aged between 16 and 60 from entering the country, amid fears Moscow is planning an invasion.

Cowboys end Saints win streak

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Cornerback Jourdan Lewis intercepted a pass by Drew Brees late in the fourth quarter to lift the Dallas Cowboys to a shock 13-10 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night.

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Train ticket prices to rise by 3.1% in January

The price of train tickets will rise by an average of 3.1% in January, the rail industry has announced.

Red-hot Toronto beat Golden State

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Toronto Raptors extended their red-hot form by beating Golden State Warriors 131-128 in overtime on Thursday night.

07

Moo-ve over: Big bovine trumps Knickers by an inch

The phrase "enjoy your 15 minutes of fame" is usually reserved for humans, but can now be extended to cattle.

06

May defends TV debate snub of Johnson and Sturgeon

The prime minister has defended choosing not to take part in a Brexit TV debate with either Boris Johnson or Nicola Sturgeon.

Manchester 'impossible to fully recover from' - Grande

Ariana Grande has described the Manchester Arena terror attack as something "that seems impossible to fully recover from".

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May to confront Saudi Prince, while selling UK trade at G20

Theresa May is "intending" to meet the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia on the sidelines of the G20, and confront him over the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the human impact of the Yemen war.

One in five children may have foetal alcohol disorders

Up to one in five British children could have symptoms of a disorder caused by drinking in pregnancy, a landmark UK study has found.

04

All eyes on unpredictable Trump at G20 summit

US President Donald Trump's meeting with President Putin was set to be the showstopper event in Buenos Aires.

02

'Derby bigger for Arsenal than Spurs'

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Sunday's north London derby is a bigger game for Arsenal than Tottenham, according to former Gunners star Paul Merson.

Iranians smuggled to Britain 'by skilful sailors'

The owner of a fishing boat stolen in France and used to smuggle 17 Iranians to Britain has told Sky News he thinks experienced sailors must have been involved.

PM promises world leaders economic boost from Brexit deal

Theresa May will attempt to sell her EU deal to world leaders at a G20 summit in Argentina - while one of her cabinet Brexiteers attacks the prime minister's critics at home.

Tesco to offer free electricity - for your car

It is hoped that a new network of free charging points will help drive demand for electric cars.

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Sarri dampens Hudson-Odoi hype

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Maurizio Sarri thinks Callum Hudson-Odoi isn't ready to play in the Premier League despite dazzling in the Europa League.

Thursday, Nov 29

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Bernabeu to host Libertadores final

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The second leg of the Copa Libertadores final between Boca Juniors and River Plate will be played at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu on December 9.

Russian tanks massing on Ukraine's border, president tells Sky News

The Ukrainian president has said he has evidence that Russian military tanks are massing along his country's border.

Bricks thrown and PCSO punched in face as 100 youths surround police

Police have told parents to "take responsibility for your children" after officers were surrounded by 100 teenagers, with some throwing bricks and letting off fireworks.

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Girl, 5, mocked by airline staff because of her name

A mother says a Southwest Airlines employee mocked her daughter because of her unusual alphabet name.

NHS trust rated inadequate after maternity 'failure'

An NHS trust placed into special measures earlier this month has now been rated "inadequate" by independent inspectors.

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Councils given go-ahead to strip Grenfell-style cladding

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Local councils have been given the go-ahead to strip dangerous Grenfell Tower-style cladding from buildings where owners are refusing to take action.

Why does May want BBC and Corbyn ITV for Brexit debate?

It seems Brexit causes disagreements and arguments wherever it crops up.