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Rice sorry for pro-IRA messages  Declan Rice has "sincerely apologised" for posting pro-IRA messages on social media in 2015.
At least 72 people killed as overloaded ferry sinks in Iraq  A ferry has sunk in Iraq, killing at least 72 people.
Rare Beatles album once owned by John Lennon to be auctioned  A Beatles album once owned by John Lennon - and believed to be one of the rarest in the band's history - is up for auction.
Body recovered from Humber Estuary confirmed to be a woman  The body recovered from the Humber Estuary near Grimsby Docks has been confirmed to be a woman.
RSPCA discovers 'thinnest dog ever seen alive' in Lancashire  An emaciated dog which had been eating glass and bits of batteries has been described as the "thinnest dog ever seen alive" by the RSPCA.
Number of parents fined over poor school attendance up 74.7%  The number of parents being fined for their children's poor attendance in school has risen by 74.7%, new figures have revealed.
Ronaldo fined for celebration  Cristiano Ronaldo has been fined 20,000 euros by UEFA for his celebration during Juventus' last-16 Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid.
'Cancel Brexit' petition passes one million signatures  A petition demanding Theresa May revokes Article 50 and cancels Brexit has passed one million signatures.
Met Police probe alleged threats by McKay  The man who brokered Emiliano Sala's transfer to Cardiff two days before his death in a plane crash is under investigation for an alleged public order offence in London, the...
Edwards: I'm a different animal  Charlie Edwards says he is a "different animal" after winning the WBC title and intends to take the first steps towards becoming a "British great" by defeating Angel Moreno.
Birmingham pub bombings 'IRA operation gone badly wrong'  The 1974 Birmingham pub bombings were an "IRA operation that went badly wrong", the group's former intelligence chief has told an inquest.
Theresa May 'not on public's side' over Brexit - Sky Data poll  The majority of Britons reject Theresa May's assertion that she is "on their side" over Brexit, according to a Sky Data poll.
CBI and TUC unite again to demand Brexit 'Plan B'  Theresa May is facing demands to change course over Brexit from the CBI and TUC as she pleads for a 'Brextension' in Brussels.
Gibraltar chief: Revoke Article 50 to 'take back control'  Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo believes revoking the UK's Article 50 notification is the only way "to take back control" of the Brexit...
Real want Anderson if Hazard bid fails  Real Madrid are planning a move for West Ham’s Felipe Anderson, should the Spanish side fail to land their number one transfer target Eden Hazard.
Bach to the future: AI turns Google Doodle into clever melody maker  Google has celebrated legendary composer Johann Sebastian Bach by creating the first-ever Doodle to be powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
Cat killed with air rifle in 'brutal act of cruelty'  A cat has died after being shot with an air rifle in a "deliberate and brutal act of cruelty".
WATCH: Copper Box media conference LIVE!  Charlie Edwards, Joshua Buatsi and Lawrence Okolie face their opponents at the final press conference - and you can follow our live stream from 12.30pm!
Former East German agents 'questioned over Lockerbie bombing'  Retired Stasi agents have reportedly been questioned over the Lockerbie bombing.
Persimmon seeks to rebuild trust through fee 'retention' plan  House builder Persimmon says buyers will be able to hold back thousands of pounds worth of the price of a home so that faults can be fixed, in an industry first.
Pre-Brexit cheer for Hammond and economy  The UK economy provided some unexpected positive news today as high street sales grew by more than anticipated and the public finances continued to outperform.
Steel group Meridian on brink of collapse  One of Britain's biggest steel stockholding businesses is in last-ditch talks to avoid collapse just days after MPs accused the government of neglecting the wider steel industry.
Bank: 'Nature' of Brexit will determine path for economy  Bank of England rate-setters have used their final meeting before the scheduled Brexit deadline to warn on the "nature" of the UK's departure from the EU.
Rashford major doubt for England  Marcus Rashford is a major doubt for England's opening European Qualifier against the Czech Republic after missing full training on Thursday.
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