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Outsider Daniel Brown grabs shock first-round lead at the Open
Dan Brown has his brother on his bag and is in the mother of all positions. Of all the players who have led the first round of the Open Championship in its 162-year history, very few will rival the 29-year-old for his unlikeliness and the sheer romance of his family tale.

18.07.2024 23:16
Starmer to consider processing asylum claims overseas
Sir Keir Starmer has said he will consider processing asylum claims overseas.

18.07.2024 23:01
Ollie Pope makes important century as England cash in on West Indies drops to build commanding score
Ollie Pope spoke this week about a renewed confidence in his batting and he proved his point with the first hundred of the England Test summer.

18.07.2024 22:01
Republican convention latest: ‘We are done catering for Wall Street’ says JD Vance
JD Vance said the Republican party was “done catering for Wall Street” in a populist pitch to Rust Belt voters as he formally became Donald Trump’s running mate.

18.07.2024 20:32
House purchases delayed by ‘global payments issue’
House purchases have been delayed by a glitch with a global payment system that left banks unable to transfer large sums of money.

18.07.2024 20:16
Pogacar retains lead after Campenaerts pounces to win first Tour de France stage of career
Victor Campenaerts posted the biggest win of his career Thursday as he claimed the tough and hilly 18th stage of the Tour de France following a three-up sprint.

18.07.2024 18:56
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18.07.2024 18:00
King’s Speech document attacking Truss’s mini-Budget quietly changed
The Government has deleted references to Liz Truss from King’s Speech briefing notes after she complained.

17.07.2024 23:02
China trade war fears wipe £260bn off world’s biggest companies
More than $338bn (£260bn) has been wiped off the value of the world’s richest companies amid fears that Joe Biden will launch a trade war against China.

17.07.2024 19:09
Richard Carapaz wins stage 17 of Tour de France as Tadej Pogacar extends his lead
Richard Carapaz beat Simon Yates to victory on stage 17 of the Tour de France in SuperDevoluy as race leader Tadej Pogacar put more pressure on an ailing Jonas Vingegaard in the fight for yellow.

17.07.2024 18:05
England qualify for Euro 2025 – but draw in Sweden highlights problems Sarina Wiegman must solve
The good news is, after a difficult year in which England have struggled to get going again following their World Cup final defeat, the Lionesses have qualified automatically for next summer’s Women’s European Championship.

16.07.2024 22:57
Vaughan Gething wasn’t forced out by Starmer, Defence Secretary insists
The Defence Secretary has denied that Vaughan Gething was forced out as First Minister by Sir Keir Starmer.

16.07.2024 22:38
Mark Cavendish misses out in his final Tour de France sprint as Jasper Philipsen wins stage 16
Jasper Philipsen won stage 16 of the Tour de France in Nimes as Sir Mark Cavendish was unable to contest the final sprint stage of his illustrious Tour de France career.

16.07.2024 21:11
Britain to be fastest growing major European economy
Growth in Britain is set to outstrip every other major European economy next year, the International Monetary Fund has predicted, in a sharp bounce back from the recession in 2023.

16.07.2024 19:12
‘Time for a new chapter,’ says Gareth Southgate on resigning as England manager
Gareth Southgate has stepped down from his position as England manager and admitted that “it’s time for a new chapter”.

16.07.2024 14:51
Michael van Gerwen upsets the odds to beat Luke Littler at the World Matchplay Darts
The nerves and class of Michael van Gerwen trumped over some occasional flashes of genius from Luke Littler as the Dutchman ran out a 10-6 winner in the glamour tie of the World Matchplay first round.

15.07.2024 23:20
Starmer accused of hypocrisy for flying to Euros final in private jet
Sir Keir Starmer has been accused of hypocrisy after flying to watch the final of the European Championships in a private jet – despite criticising Rishi Sunak for doing the same.

15.07.2024 22:48
Fed signals move towards cutting interest rates
America’s central bank is moving closer to cutting interest rates following three straight months of falling price pressures, its chairman has signalled.

15.07.2024 20:16
Erik ten Hag after pre-season defeat by Rosenborg: ‘This is not the standard for top football’
No one should read much into a first pre-season friendly of the summer but that did not stop Erik ten Hag voicing his unhappiness with Manchester United’s performance in their 1-0 defeat by Rosenborg in Norway.

15.07.2024 20:12
Kane and Bellingham admit England players ‘mentally and physically exhausted’
Jude Bellingham has admitted feeling mentally and physically exhausted at Euro 2024 after a “crazy” schedule that saw him play club football while England players met up for the tournament.

15.07.2024 16:26
England suffer agonising defeat after Spain score winning goal in dying minutes of Euro 2024 final
The pain goes on. And on. Fifty-eight years and still it goes on for England. Gareth Southgate had spoken about wanting to win “so much that it hurts” but hurt is what England were left with and they can have no real complaint as Spain won the European Championship.

15.07.2024 00:56
Irresistible Carlos Alcaraz cruises past Novak Djokovic in Wimbledon final
Tom Cruise looked down from the Royal Box as Novak Djokovic’s “Mission Impossible” came to grief in the Wimbledon final.

14.07.2024 20:32
Ciaran Frawley delivers drama in Durban – and proves Ireland-South Africa rivalry is here to stay
In the 79th minute, it was the best of times for South Africa, leading Ireland by two points having trailed by 10 at half-time. Sixty seconds later, however, it became the worst, as the bravery of replacement fly-half Ciaran Frawley earned Ireland victory over the world champions, in a tale of two dropped goals.

13.07.2024 20:47
Barbora Krejcikova draws on Jana Novotna’s advice to win first Wimbledon singles title
The spirit of the late Jana Novotna, one of Wimbledon’s most-missed champions, hovered over Centre Court on Saturday as her friend and protege Barbora Krejcikova claimed the title.

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