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Security cameras captured premeditated attacks in the young offenders’ institution - with nearly two recorded every day
A man has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Prince Harry, police confirmed on Sunday.
The Championship play-off is billed as the richest match in football but wealth is relative. For Brentford and Yeovil Town, the League One play-off has the potential to be just as transformative.
Brentford will face Yeovil Town in the League One play-off final at Wembley after the Bees' won a pulsating 5-4 penalty shoot-out against Swindon Town on Monday.
It is always a good week for British boxing when two real stars either get back in the ring or announce a return to the ring.
Conservative MP Mary Macleod is to launch a bid to end discrimination against women in the aristocracy.
A football fan and canny operator, Greg Dyke could be a successful chairman, writes Glenn Moore
The 65-year-old replaces David Bernstein
Inconsistent performances threaten to derail Blues' season
Chelsea came back to draw with Brentford on Sunday
Brentford 2 Chelsea 2
The Bees have seen some dark days since the last time they met Chelsea in the FA Cup. Now the club are buzzing again, writes Steve Tongue
Senchenko should be a tricky opponent but victory tonight may earn Malignaggi rematch
Ricky Hatton has revealed the extent of his depression, including just how close he came to committing suicide, during his three-year retirement from boxing.
He created a record when his first three goals of the 1953-54 season were all for different clubs
Ricky Hatton has sold nearly 19,000 tickets for the event that will end his ring exile on 24 November and yesterday he added to their black market value by announcing a difficult fight against former world champion Vyacheslav Senchenko. In many ways the party just turned serious.