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Olympic cyclist Jess Varnish’s sex discrimination case against UK Sport and British Cycling begins

Jess Varnish is suing UK Sport and British Cycling for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination in a case which could transform the entire funding landscape of Olympic and Paralympic sport. The sprint cyclist, who won...

Brexit’s my fault: How the word I invented could be an epitaph for the...

Peter Wilding, the chairman of British Influence, invented the word Brexit. He claims he is neither a 'phile' nor a 'phobe', just a realist campaigning for British Influence in Europe.Here, Mr Wilding explains the origins of...

Harry Redknapp crowned king of the jungle on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out...

Former football manager Harry Redknapp has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The 71-year-old said he was stunned to have won the ITV reality series, beating...

French president Emmanuel Macron to address nation on ‘yellow vest’ crisis

Emmanuel Macron will meet trade unionists and business leaders today as he attempts to end the country's violent protests. The French president is to address the nation on the yellow vest crisis at 8pm, his...

Huawei’s finance boss says she will fight extradition

Huawei's chief financial officer has denied she covered up her company's alleged links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran in violation of sanctions. Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on 1...

Huawei’s finance boss says she will fight extradition

Huawei's chief financial officer has denied she covered up her company's alleged links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran in violation of sanctions. Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on 1...

French president Emmanuel Macron to address nation on ‘yellow vest’ crisis

Emmanuel Macron will meet trade unionists and business leaders today as he attempts to end the country's violent protests. The French president is to address the nation on the yellow vest crisis at 8pm, his...

Man in court as NZ expresses ‘hurt and shame’ over Grace’s killing

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane, as New Zealand's prime minister has spoken of an "overwhelming sense of hurt and shame". Prime minister Jacinda Ardern's words...

Theresa May battles to keep Brexit deal alive as opponents circle

Theresa May faces opposition from all quarters as she has less than 48 hours to save her Brexit deal and her job. Ahead of a further two days of debate over her deal in the...

Theresa May could still press pause on Brexit meaningful vote

It is meant to be a watershed week; the moment when Theresa May - after two years of negotiating in Brussels, Westminster and within her own cabinet - asks parliament to back her Brexit...
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