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World Cup 2022: Kane addresses goal drought as he prepares to lead England into World Cup clash with Senegal
Harry Kane only has to think back to the past two tournaments to ease any doubts about not scoring so far at the World Cup, as England prepare to face Senegal in the last 16.
Grieving mother of boy who died with Strep A describes symptoms - as another child dies with infection
A Year 8 pupil at a school in southeast London has died after contracting Strep A - as another bereaved family revealed the symptoms their son experienced in his final days.
Albanians 'should be barred' from claiming UK asylum, immigration minister says
Albanians should be barred from claiming asylum in the UK, the Immigration Minister has said.
Police watchdog chief Michael Lockwood resigns over investigation into 'historical allegation'
The head of the police watchdog has resigned over a "historical allegation", the home secretary has said.
Crown secretly removed from Tower of London - for re-sizing ahead of King's coronation
A crown kept in the Jewel House of the Tower of London has been removed - but the Beefeaters can rest easy, it has been taken to be re-sized ahead of King Charles's coronation.
Big advertisers including Amazon returning to Twitter, says report
Amazon is planning to resume multimillion dollar advertising on Twitter, according to reports.
Salt Bae's upmarket London steak restaurant descended on by activists
Activists have targeted the Knightsbridge steak restaurant owned by controversial chef Salt Bae.
Pele says he feels 'strong' in first comment since report said he was receiving end of life care
Football legend Pele has said he feels "strong" and has "a lot of hope" as he receives hospital treatment in his battle with colon cancer.
World Cup: Lionel Messi marks 1,000th game with a goal as Argentina beat Australia in last-16
Lionel Messi marked his 1,000th senior game with a goal to help see Argentina through to the World Cup quarter-finals by beating Australia.
Military could be deployed to help limit Christmas strike disruption
Military personnel could be drafted in to limit disruption caused by planned strikes in the run-up to Christmas.