Sport Juan Mata (right) and David Moyes arrive at Carrington training complex on Monday

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David Lynn won the Portugal Masters with a nine-birdie 63

David Lynn wins Portugal Masters with a nine-birdie 63

England’s David Lynn came back from six shots off the pace to win his first European Tour event in nearly a decade at the Portugal Masters on Sunday. Lynn, who was runner-up to Rory McIlroy at the 2012 PGA Championship, made nine birdies and a bogey to record an eight-under-par 63 and claim his first victory since the 2004 Dutch Open with an 18 under par total of 266.

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Edinburgh 29 Munster 23 match report: Greig Laidlaw kicks rebuilding Scots to shock victory

Edinburgh's head coach Alan Solomons believes his side is still some way off being a competitive unit, despite masterminding them to a shock Heineken Cup win over Munster. He watched his side survive a first-half battering from the Irishmen yet still led at the break before snatching a 29-23 victory with Tim Visser's late try.

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Conservative Party conference: Scotland should stick with UK and reject independence, says David Cameron

There is an “unanswerable case” for Scottish voters to reject independence in next year's referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

Moving the Trident nuclear deterrent from the Clyde to a new site in the remaining UK would take years to achieve

Alex Salmond's SNP plans for Scottish independence criticised for lacking crucial detail over defence plans

Commons defence select committee unconvinced that proposed £2.5bn budget is enough for new Scottish defence force

Scouse is ‘Britain’s least friendly accent,’ says survey

People from Liverpool have the most untrustworthy accents in the UK, according to a survey.

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Scots may go alone at 2016 Olympics

Scotland will have their own Olympic team by Rio 2016 if the people vote for independence next year, according to the country's sports minister.

Firefighters to strike next week in England and Wales over pension row

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BBC postponed screening of documentary after arrest

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