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Post Office latest: Ex-chairman’s claims about stalling payments ‘completely incorrect’ - watch live
Former Post Office chairman Henry Staunton’s claims about stalling compensation payments for sub-postmasters and postmistresses are “completely incorrect”, a director at the Business Department has told MPs.

27.02.2024 11:41
Politics latest news: Home Secretary urges Lee Anderson to apologise for ‘Islamist’ comments
James Cleverly has urged Lee Anderson to apologise over the comments he made about Sadiq Khan. 

27.02.2024 11:37
Ukraine-Russia war live: Russia will go to war with Nato if troops are deployed to Ukraine, says Kremlin
The Kremlin has warned that if European members of NATO send troops to fight in Ukraine then a conflict between Russia and the alliance would be inevitable.

27.02.2024 11:34
Putin bans petrol exports as Russia runs on fumes - latest updates
Russia has announced a six month ban on exports of petrol as Vladimir Putin’s regime races to meet domestic demand from drivers and farmers.

27.02.2024 07:55
David Moyes’ fate may lie with West Ham’s hat-trick hero Jarrod Bowen
You might think the fate of David Moyes’s West Ham United depends on Jarrod Bowen. Darkness threatened to consume their seasons, with his Conference League final heroics fading by the day. One hat-trick later, onto a career-best 14 Premier League goals for the season, and everything seems rosy again.

27.02.2024 00:22
Transgender cat killer to be jailed in men’s prison for murdering stranger
A transgender cat killer who murdered a stranger will be sent to a men’s prison as a judge said the attacker used a transitioning story to “shift responsibility to others”.

26.02.2024 21:55
FTSE miners plunge as stocks hit lowest level in over two years
FTSE mining stocks have plunged to their lowest level in more than two years amid a flood of cheap Indonesian nickel onto global markets.

26.02.2024 19:38
Wayne Barnes on crooked scrum feeds and the row about Italy’s missed penalty
After the third weekend of the 2024 Six Nations saw sloppy England beaten, Ireland destroy Wales and France hold Italy in controversial circumstances, there was plenty for referee Wayne Barnes to get stuck into in his live webchat with Telegraph readers.

26.02.2024 17:13
Sunak ‘too weak’ to label Lee Anderson remarks Islamophobic, claims Starmer - live updates
Sir Keir Starmer claimed Rishi Sunak was “too weak” to describe Lee Anderson’s comments about Sadiq Khan as Islamophobic. 

26.02.2024 17:00
Wasteful England punished with first series defeat of Bazball era
The first series defeat of the Bazball era will hurt because this was a lost opportunity that so rarely presents itself in India.

26.02.2024 12:50
Italy say missed penalty to beat France ‘should have been taken again’ after last-gasp heartbreak
The width of the post and a wobbling ball separated Italy from history. After trailing 10-0 early on against the worst French showing of the Fabien Galthié era, Ange Capuozzo’s stunning second-half try, one of the greatest in Italy’s history, tied the scores against an abject France reeling from a red card to centre Jonathan Danty. 

25.02.2024 23:35
Jurgen Klopp’s kids secure one of his greatest achievements – and true Liverpool legacy
This was a victory forged in Kirkby. A victory that is up there with Jurgen Klopp’s greatest achievements. Maybe, in a one-off match, in a final, his greatest ever.

25.02.2024 21:26
Three back rowers can solve Steve Borthwick’s problem after England A’s 91-5 thrashing of Portugal
It is not all doom and gloom when it comes to English rugby. Just 24 hours after Steve Borthwick watched his senior side lose a fourth successive Calcutta Cup encounter with Scotland, the head coach was back on a familiar stomping ground taking a look into the future.

25.02.2024 18:30
Man City’s nervy win in league’s most one-sided fixture hints at weaknesses
There is only ever one outcome when Bournemouth come up against the might of Manchester City, although on this occasion the underdogs can at least say they showed plenty of bite. The most one-sided fixture in Premier League history ended as it always does, with three points to City, but it was far from stress-free for Pep Guardiola’s side.

25.02.2024 18:12
England go from dominance to brink of defeat in disastrous day
This felt like a by-election in Ranchi with England sitting on a 20,000 majority at the start of the day. By the time the polls closed they could taste defeat and were wondering just how they had ended up in this mess.

25.02.2024 16:04
Arsenal thump Newcastle as Mikel Arteta passes another test in title race
From afar it looked like it might be one of the more serious tests that would face Mikel Arteta’s team in this Premier League title race but close up there was never any doubt against a Newcastle United team that were broken very easily.

24.02.2024 23:37
Volodymyr Zelensky promises victory as Ukraine marks two years since Russian invasion
Volodymyr Zelensky promised victory against Russia as Ukraine marked the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion on Saturday.

24.02.2024 23:01
Alarmingly basic errors cost England dearly in Scotland defeat
A Calcutta Cup contest that will be forever etched in history. You have to go back to 1896, for the last time Scotland secured four successive victories against England in the championship and Duhan van der Merwe was their history boy, becoming the first Scotland player to score a hat-trick of tries against the auld enemy and delivering the kind of X-factor display that this current English squad simply can’t match.

24.02.2024 22:27
Ireland on course for Six Nations Grand Slam as Sheehan, Lowe and Frawley tries sink Wales
After beating Italy by six tries to nil last time out, Andy Farrell described Ireland’s performance as “a bit clunky”. After this four-try bonus point win over Wales, which keeps their bid to become the first team in the Six Nations era to win back-to-back Grand Slams right on track, he called his men “a bit passive”. There is a theme developing here.

24.02.2024 21:31
Fulham stun woeful Man Utd as Oliver Glasner’s Crystal Palace era starts with a win
Alex Iwobi scored deep in stoppage time as Fulham beat Manchester United 2-1 to claim their first win at Old Trafford since 2003.

24.02.2024 18:55
Shoaib Bashir has come from nowhere to be England Test star – it is one of the great stories
When the itinerary for this series was announced Shoaib Bashir was preparing to play against Devon in Newton Abbot and hoping to piece together a county career with Somerset.

24.02.2024 13:36
China property crisis deepens as Moody's withdraws credit ratings
China’s property crisis deepened as Moody’s withdrew a flurry of credit ratings from key companies.

23.02.2024 19:16
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23.02.2024 18:21
Russia 'destroys' seven British Storm Shadow missiles sent to Ukraine
Russia claims it has destroyed seven British Storm Shadow cruise missiles, as its forces advanced further to the west after taking control of the Ukrainian town of Avdiivka.

23.02.2024 17:07
William Wragg: Hoyle not an ‘impartial referee’
The architect of a motion of no confidence in Sir Lindsay Hoyle claimed the Commons Speaker was not an “impartial referee” as the number of MPs looking to oust him continued to grow. 

23.02.2024 17:00
Europa League last-16 predictions: Liverpool and West Ham to progress, Brighton to lose
Liverpool were drawn against Sparta Prague in the last 16 of the Europa League, while Brighton face another tough test in their first season in Europe, with a tie against Roma.

23.02.2024 15:18
Joe Root capitalises on India's Jasprit Bumrah blunder with perfect century
Brendon McCullum asked this week “do we want just a normal Joe Root?” Yes please, and that is exactly what England were thankful for as Root reverted to type and played one of his best innings to rescue the first day of the fourth Test.

23.02.2024 14:03
AI chipmaker adds $277bn in history’s biggest ever stock rally
US microchip maker Nvidia achieved the biggest one day increase in value of any company in history as investors clamour for a stake in the AI industry.

22.02.2024 22:28
Sunak criticises Hoyle’s ‘very concerning’ actions over Gaza vote
Rishi Sunak has said he found the chaotic scenes in the House of Commons, sparked by the Speaker on Wednesday, “very concerning” as SNP and Tory MPs tried to force a vote of no confidence in Sir Lindsay Hoyle.

22.02.2024 18:53
Steve Borthwick calls Scotland 'clear favourites' after shock George Furbank selection
England head coach Steve Borthwick has claimed the underdog tag for the Calcutta Cup clash against Scotland as he sprung a major selection surprise by dropping full back Freddie Steward for George Furbank.  

22.02.2024 16:28
Arsenal produce one of their worst displays under Mikel Arteta in Porto loss
This was not the occasion for Arsenal to produce one of their worst performances in four years under Mikel Arteta.

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