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Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

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Canada's Adam van Koeverden insisted he had put the disappointment of Beijing behind him as he looked odds on to take gold ahead of defending champion Tim Brabants in the kayak sprint.

Louis Smith tries his second-level routine in North Greenwich

Smith plays safe but falls just short

"Four years of work and all I have to show for it is 50 seconds on the pommel horse," Louis Smith said a few weeks ago. In the end it came down to even finer margins – a 10th of a point being the difference between winning the first gold medal ever by a British male gymnast, and the silver which he took. He took it well, showing off the easy, magnetic personality with which he has attracted a following to British gymnastics. Smith's score tied with the winner, Krisztian Berki, but the Hungarian took gold for a fractionally higher execution score.

Louis Smith tries his second-level routine in North Greenwich

Gymnastics: Team GB's Louis Smith comes fraction short after playing safe

Gymnast claims silver on pommel horse, with fellow Briton Whitlock taking bronze medal

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Attila Ban, pictured, has been found guilty of killing Alice Adams and Tibor Vass

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Liam Vernon: The risks for the labour traffickers are still too low

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Billy Graham’s son declares righteous war on Ebola

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Mackay, Moody and another grim day for English football

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Will Barcelona's hopes go out of the window?

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We know all too much about the cruelty of Isis – but all too little about who they are

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The new Scots who hold fate of the UK in their hands

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