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A person was killed when a light aircraft crashed in a village and narrowly missed a row of houses, police said.

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One person was killed when a light aircraft crashed into a tree in a village today, police said.

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Paul Jewell leaves Ipswich by mutual consent

Ipswich chief executive Simon Clegg has revealed he and owner Marcus Evans began the process of identifying possible successors to outgoing manager Paul Jewell “a number of weeks” ago.

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Defenders Winston Reid and Guy Demel are West Ham's main injury concerns ahead of their Barclays Premier League clash with Southampton on Sunday.

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A police officer whose "irresponsible driving" left a colleague with severe brain damage has admitted careless driving.

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Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes

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Jordan Rhodes is set to complete a move from Huddersfield to Blackburn today that will break the record transfer fee received by Town.

Ally McCoist confirms Ipswich interest in Maurice Edu

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Fulham's David Stockdale enters the England squad as third-choice keeper

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Fulham are planning to send David Stockdale out on loan in order for him to gain more first-team experience, according to goalkeeping coach Hans Segers.

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