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Striker told to stop wearing 'small t-shirts'

Three men jailed for 13-year-old girl's sex slave ordeal

Three men who abducted a vulnerable 13-year-old girl from the streets of London and forced her to become their sex slave have been jailed.

Police make first arrest in North Wales children's homes abuse inquiry

A man has been arrested by officers investigating allegations of serious sexual abuse at care homes in North Wales, police have confirmed.

Crystal Palace 2 Leicester City 2 match report: Defensive frailties on show at Palace

Crystal Palace's manager Ian Holloway is struggling to defend himself. His gung-ho style has had some success after Dougie Freedman's passing game travelled 230 miles north to Bolton. But three points from a possible 21 has taken Holloway's side from automatic promotion contention to clinging on to the top six.

Norman Foster's interest in art surfaced quite early on

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The world's most famous architect, Norman Foster, 77, designed the Carré d'Art in Nîmes, France, more than 20 years ago. Now he's about to curate his first art show in it, largely made up of works by the artists he collects.

Rudy Gestede’s two goals took Championship leaders, Cardiff City, to the very brink of promotion

League round-up: Cavalier Cardiff look up

Heidar Helguson's 26th-minute header and two goals from Rudy Gestede took the Championship leaders, Cardiff City, to the very brink of promotion with a 3-0 home win over Nottingham Forest, who had Darius Henderson sent of for a foul on Helguson at 1-0. Cardiff are 12 points ahead of Watford, third, with 12 to play for, have a superior goal difference of five and host Charlton on Tuesday.

In the age of 24-hour news, politicians avoid unchoreographed contact with the public

David Cameron didn't want to talk to the people of Ipswich about immigration - only 'room meat'

In the age of 24-hour news, politicians avoid unchoreographed contact with the public

Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock says Leeds United should not panic over new manager search

Warnock is ready to step aside

'Perfect teacher with a dark side' jailed for possession of 40,000 child porn images

A "perfect teacher with a dark side" who worked at an independent school has been jailed after admitting possessing more than 40,000 pornographic images of children.

Michael Chopra and James Coppinger found guilty in corruption investigation

Footballers Michael Chopra and James Coppinger have been found in breach of the Rules of Racing following the outcome of a British Horseracing Authority investigation into alleged corruption.

Which record was broken by E L James’s Fifty Shades of Grey in June?

Gardener cleared of assault after Fifty Shades of Grey-inspired sadomasochistic sex session

Acquitted Steven Lock says verdict is right and alleged events were 'consensual activity between adults'

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Aston Villa are in serious danger of relegation

Stiliyan Petrov is in remission

Shay Given hails inspiration provided by Stiliyan Petrov

Aston Villa captain remains out of action

Paul Lambert: The Aston Villa manager insists he is under no illusions about task he faces

Paul Lambert stays positive ahead of Aston Villa crisis talks with Randy Lerner

'This club has been in a survival battle for years,' says Villa manager after another heavy defeat

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