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Cockayne might have relished the grisly story of 17th-century Mary King's Close in Edinburgh, where neighbours of those suffering the plague were apparently bricked up alongside them and left to die.

Norwich players were furious after the final whistle at Arsenal after seeing the points snatched away

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The Prince of Wales reveals an extraordinary treasure trove of rarely seen artworks by members of the Royal Family past and present and explores a colourful palette of intimate family memory and observation.
James Collins of West Ham tries to tackle Nathamiel Clyne of Southampton

Brian McDermott confirmed as new Leeds United manager

Former Reading boss will take charge this weekend for match against Sheffield Wednesday

Leeds United all but confirm appointment of Brian McDermott

Former Reading manager set for a swift return to the game

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Reading announce minute's silence for Liverpool match - but Margaret Thatcher tributes ruled out

Hillsborough disaster will be marked at the Madejski stadium

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Adam Lallana celebrates his goal for Southampton

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Reading 0 Southampton 2: Southampton cruise to safety as Reading are left without a point from their last seven games

Bad connection: Lain Lerouge had struck up a Facebook friendship that turned sour

Cyber bullying: 'He told me he was a footballer. I wasn't to know I was a victim'

Growing numbers of young people are being targeted by online bullies and duped by fake profiles on social media – sometimes with distressing results

Double cross: Jermaine McGillvary scored two tries for the Giants

Castleford 24 Huddersfield 40 match report: Jermaine McGillvary leads way as Huddersfield top table

Huddersfield went back to the top of Super League, at least until Wigan's game against Wakefield today, with a commanding performance – for the first 75 minutes, at any rate – that brought them a first win at Castleford for four years.

Saints' Rickie Lambert will relish the chance to line up against a Reading defence that has yet to keep a clean sheet in the league this year

Premier League: Reading v Southampton match preview

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Events arm makes heavy going at Newbury

An increase in the number of punters attending Newbury Racecourse failed to offset falling annual takings from concerts and conferences as the business suffered in tough economic conditions.

Events arm makes heavy going at Newbury

An increase in the number of punters attending Newbury Racecourse failed to offset falling annual takings from concerts and conferences as the business suffered in tough economic conditions.

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