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  • The Sun website is now part of Sun+
    Love The Sun? There's going to be even more to love this summer. We've launched Sun+, our brand new digital entertainment bundle. It's The Sun and then some. Sun+ Digital: You will enjoy...

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  • Ten-man Swansea defeat Latics
    Gylfi Sigurdsson struck either side of the interval to secure a deserved 2-0 victory for 10-man Swansea at the Premier League basement boys Wigan.
  • Dunn snatches point for Rovers
    David Dunn earned Blackburn a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a headed equaliser five minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at Ewood Park.
  • City stretch lead
    Mario Balotelli again took centre stage as Manchester City saw off Bolton 2-0 to move five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
  • Baggies pile pressure on AVB
    West Brom defender Gareth McAuley increased the pressure on Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas with a late winner in the 1-0 Barclays Premier League clash at the Hawthorns.
  • Van Persie bags brace at Liverpool
    Liverpool paid for missing a penalty and hitting the post twice as Arsenal's Robin van Persie scored twice to snatch a late 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.

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  • Renewable energy: Perfect storms
    AS A sharp winter wind whips up the Irish Sea off the coast of Cumbria in north-west England, a group of engineers—snug in their onshore control room—gaze contentedly at their screens. A...
  • Cybercrime: Thieves in the night
    CRIME has been falling in Britain since the mid-1990s, as it has in much of the rich world. Car-related theft has plummeted by 79% since 1995 and burglary by 67%. The decline is partly d...
  • Bagehot: It’s behind you!
    AS BAGEHOT and his six-year-old son took their seats for “Cinderella” at the New Wimbledon Theatre, both were anxious. Your columnist had gone two decades without attending one of Britai...
  • Bespoke libraries: For the person who has everything…
    “THE Art of Contentment” was a devotional work sold in Britain in the 1840s as part of a series known as The Englishman’s Library. Christian industrialists, the backbone of the newly wea...
  • Canals: Crowded waters
    The daily commute ON A brisk Saturday morning the Regent’s canal in north London is bustling. Cyclists and joggers zip along the towpath, weaving their way past mothers pushing prams. A ...

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  • Pakistan Shows Signs of Shift on Jihadists
    In the wake of the Peshawar school massacre, some U.S. and Afghan officials are beginning to express optimism that Pakistan may finally be changing its decadeslong policy of supporting ji...
  • North Korea Wants Joint Probe on Sony Hack Attack
    North Korea said it could prove it had no links with the recent Sony Pictures hacking attack and proposed to conduct a joint probe with the U.S.image
  • In Shattered Syria, War Divides Neighbors
    Homs once represented the best of the Middle East, an ancient city where people of different faiths, Christian and Muslim, did their best to live in peace. Now, it serves as a warning of ...
  • China's Xiaomi Raises $1 Billion in Investment Round
    Xiaomi is raising more than $1 billion in its latest round of funding, valuing the fast-growing Chinese smartphone maker at more than $45 billion, a person familiar with the matter saidimage
  • Bailouts Approach Final Reckoning
    The U.S. government closed a chapter in financial-crisis history when it sold its remaining shares of Ally Financial and shuttered its auto-bailout program, ending the last major pieces o...

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  • Tolstykh voted Russian FA chief
    Nikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
  • Former league boss Tolstykh voted Russian FA chief
    Nikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
  • Pienaar ruled out
    Injury has forced Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar to withdrawn from South Africa's squad due to play international friendlies this week.
  • Partizan win marred by crowd trouble
    Serbian champions Partizan Belgrade came from behind to beat city rivals OFK 3-1 on Sunday, but their success was marred by serious crowd trouble among groups of their own fans.
  • Slew set for spell on sidelines
    On-loan Oldham striker Jordan Slew suffered another injury setback during the 1-0 win over Portsmouth. Slew was hurt against Walsall and missed the Stevenage game, returning to parent cl...

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  • Pearson: Same old story
    Nigel Pearson admits his Leicester players are struggling to keep themselves positive after a 2-0 defeat at West Ham made it 12 games without a win .
  • Richards rues missed chance
    Newcastle director of rugby Dean Richards was disappointed after his side failed to make the most of the opportunities they created during the 15-7 defeat at Harlequins.
  • Mallinder: Hartley red wrong
    Northampton look set to appeal against Dylan Hartley's sending-off after the Saints captain saw red again for elbowing Leicester centre Matt Smith in the face during their 23-19 Aviva Pre...
  • Monk: Changes worth it
    Garry Monk says he was forced to make changes to the Swansea team for the 1-0 win over Hull due to the Christmas fixture list.
  • Jackett frustrated by decision
    Wolves manager Kenny Jackett was unhappy that his side were denied a penalty after seeing striker Nouha Dicko booked for diving in the area during the 1-1 draw against 10-man Brighton at ...
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