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Plans by Theresa May could see terror suspects faced with being made stateless

Spain captain Iker Casillas lifts the Euro 2012 trophy

Uefa president Michel Platini admits expanded Euros will be 'less interesting'

Euro 2016 will see number of teams increase from 16 to 24

Danny Welbeck tumbled in the box during the first half

Officials criticised on night of World Cup controversy

Fifa have announced suspended referee, Slim Jdidi, will be on the shortlist for the 2014 World Cup

Andy Murray returns the ball to Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria during their third round match at the Sony Open tennis tournament in Miami, Florida

Andy Murray stumbles into last 16 at Sony Open in Miami after beating Grigor Dimitrov

Andy Murray stumbled into the last 16 of the Sony Open in Miami after overcoming a determined display from Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov.

Andy Murray faces Grigor Dimitrov, the Baby Federer

Roger Federer has skipped this week’s Miami Masters, but Andy Murray will face the next best thing in the third round in Florida today.

San Marino v England: Leighton Baines profits from Roy Hodgson's shrewd decisions on the flanks

Despite the fiasco of the Rio Ferdinand affair, in which he was largely at the mercy of others, Roy Hodgson has brought a relaxed professionalism to this England team and this was evident tonight as he and his players kept their focus and were rewarded.

Moldovans 'using passport loophole' claims Tory backbencher

The Government should act to close a "loophole" allowing some Moldovans to apply for Romanian passports with a view to coming to live in Britain when restrictions are lifted next year, a Tory backbencher said today.

Eric Pickles, the Communities Secretary, yesterday revealed the existence of the estimates

A flood of immigrants? More like a trickle says Whitehall research into end of restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians

Just a trickle of Romanians and Bulgarians could come to Britain when restrictions on them living and working in this country are lifted at the end of the year, previously unpublicised Whitehall research suggested tonight.

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Bryan Ruiz hails Fulham team-work after victory over Tottenham

The Cottagers won 1-0 thanks to Berbatov's winner

Dimitar Berbatov alongside Gareth Bale in Fulham's 1-0 win over Spurs

Tottenham 0 Fulham 1 match report: Dimitar Berbatov and Martin Jol return to haunt Spurs

Fulham striker scores only goal of the game as Spurs' top four ambitions are dealt blow

Easter: weak pound may deter holidaymakers

Currency collapses will mean a catastrophic cut in spending money for families heading abroad for the Easter holidays.

George Traykov beat odds of one-in-438 million when he picked up a £160,873 EuroMillions prize this year to add to the £1 million sum he won in the Millionaire Raffle in September 2011.

The man who won big on the lottery... and then did it again

A man who won the lottery twice, scooping over £1.16 million in total, joked that he was not “that bothered” by the wins and wanted more.

A protester sits on the tracks during a blockade of the railway next to Sofia Central railway station as part of anti-monopoly protest

Bulgarian Dies after Self-Immolation

A man who set himself alight last month in protest against economic hardship and corruption has died, the third fatal self-immolation in Bulgaria this year.

Editorial: 'Benefit tourism' – real or hyped – must be tackled

It might be tempting to interpret yesterday's hints from No 10 about changes to eligibility rules for benefits, and the Foreign Secretary's call on Sunday for an end to so-called "benefits tourism", as a response to the Conservative defeat in the Eastleigh by-election. If it is, ministers can be accused of magnifying a divisive issue in order to gain political capital, which is a dangerous and irresponsible game.

Bulgarian protester dies after self-immolation

A protester who set himself on fire last month has died, the second fatality following rallies against high power bills and corruption that have toppled a government.

British grandmother Jennifer Mills-Westley

Bulgarian who beheaded British grandmother in Tenerife supermarket jailed for 20 years

Deyan Deyanov committed the crime during an attack of paranoid schizophrenia, and was therefore not held criminally responsible

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