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Wenger has confirmed though that any moves are far from complete with the 11pm Friday deadline approaching

Maria Miller is to have her expenses investigated by the Parliamentary sleaze watchdog

Maria Miller expenses inquiry launched by watchdog

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Police later traced the vehicle to an address in Hendon and arrested a man on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and failing to stop

Police carry out mass arrests as part of operation to combat domestic violence in London

Scotland Yard says that 10 per cent of calls to police in London each year are domestic violence related. So far this year police in the capital have recorded 30,000 domestic violence offences

Emirates will remain shirt sponsors until 2019 while the agreement also includes a seven-year extension to the existing deal over stadium naming rights until 2028.

Arsenal will have over £70 million to spend on new players after agreeing lucrative five-year sponsorship deal with Emirates

£150m contract means Emirates will continue to adorn the Gunners’ first team shirts as well as training kit advertising and retaining naming rights of Emirates Stadium until 2028

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One of Britain's leading accountants is taking over as chairman of RSA, the FTSE 100 insurer that owns the More Than brand.

Hughes is adamant he can turn the club’s fortunes around

Mark Hughes refuses 'QPR request to resign'

QPR manager is adamant he can turn the club’s fortunes around

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Fifa president Sepp Blatter finally admits 'racism cannot be stopped with a handshake'

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Half of London 2012 tickets were kept from home fans

Only half of the seats for some of the prime events at the London Olympics were sold to the British public, leaked figures reveal.

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There are fresh demands to reform the system of appointing Archbishops after suspicious bets were placed on the appointment of the next Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Plans for closer EU ties are wrong, says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson today waded into the debate over the European Union with a call to David Cameron to reject “nonsensical” plans for closer integration to bolster the eurozone.

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Witnesses have spoken of moment they saw the death of a man at the rooftop Coq d’Argent restaurant.

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