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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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The EconomistThe Economist

  • The West Coast mainline: Working on the railroad
    While you were sleeping IT IS 11 o’clock at night, and a dozen men are loading shovels and picks onto a trolley by the West Coast mainline. Two miles up the line, other workers have dug ...
  • The M4 corridor: Glass half empty
    ON A sunny day in July, visitors to the new British headquarters of Huawei, a big Chinese telecoms firm, might think they had arrived in California. Last year the company opened an offic...
  • School reform: How to tame a Trojan horse
    A closer watch on Birmingham PETER CLARKE, who used to spot terrorist plots for London’s Metropolitan Police, has confirmed that something ugly has been happening in Birmingham, too. In ...
  • Clinical trials: Testing, testing
    THE British have long been experimenting on each other: in 1747 a Scottish doctor first fed oranges to a group of scurvy-ridden sailors. But clinical trials have been moving overseas for...
  • Supermarkets: Tescopoly no more
    DURING his three-year tenure as Tesco’s boss, Philip Clarke cast himself as a visionary. He delivered weighty speeches urging retailers to “lead the revolution” or risk becoming “victims...

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  • U.K. Emerges as Hot Spot for Tax Deals
    America once went to war to escape British taxes. Now, U.S. companies are moving to the U.K. to pay them in a process known as inversion that is the hottest trend in mergers and acquisiti...
  • Lloyds Fined Over Libor Rigging
    U.S. and U.K. authorities imposed roughly $370 million of fines on Lloyds Banking for attempting to rig a series of benchmark interest rates, including one that determined fees it paid to...
  • Ukraine: Heavy Fighting Near Crash Site
    Ukraine said that heavy fighting had erupted in a string of towns around where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed, as Kiev seeks to cut off the rebel stronghold of Donetsk from the rest ...
  • Clash Takes High Toll on Gaza's Young
    With Gaza hospitals short of supplies and equipment, the long-term prospects for those youth with severe physical and psychological wounds are especially gloomy, doctors say.image
  • Oil Prospectors Shift Back to Wealthy Lands
    After decades focusing on less-developed nations, big oil companies are piling back into wealthy countries with political stability that provides more-predictable cash flow.image

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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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  • Monk: Bony not for sale
    Swansea City boss Garry Monk is adamant that only an “astronomical” bid could prise striker Wilfried Bony away from the club this summer.
  • Winner Taylor hungry for more
    World Matchplay champion Phil Taylor is not resting on his laurels and is targeting another tilt at the world crown.
  • South Africa top Test rankings
    A combination of thunderstorms and stoic resistance helped South Africa regain the world No 1 Test ranking as their second Test against Sri Lanka ended in a stalemate after a tense finale...
  • Dickov hopes for Coppinger deal
    Doncaster boss Paul Dickov hopes James Husband's departure will pave the way for the club to re-sign James Coppinger.
  • Wolff: Nico could have won
    Toto Wolff admits Lewis Hamilton’s decision not to let Nico Rosberg past during the Hungarian Grand Prix may have cost Mercedes victory.
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