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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

Kempton switch favours Garde La Victoire

The Tolworth Hurdle, washed out at Sandown last weekend, has been saved for Kempton today with more or less the original cast of runners, but the sharper Sunbury circuit will provide a different test for some promising novices.

Woman who died after being found on fire in street is named as Rachel Osei

Police and fire services have launched an investigation after the woman, believed to be 18 years old, suffered burns to every part of her body

A London bus crashed into a bridge near Norbiton station

Bus loses roof after crashing into railway bridge in south London

A double-decker bus crashed into a railway bridge, almost slicing off its roof, after the driver took a wrong turn.

Bags more: More than 15 million of us planned to shop during the weekend sales

Hark! Cash tills ring... After one of the slowest build-ups to Christmas, shoppers brave the foul weather to snap up a bargain on 'Panic Saturday'

The country may have been battered by squally wind and heavy rain, but shoppers descended on Britain's high streets and shopping centres yesterday as struggling retailers slashed prices in a "Panic Saturday" fire sale after one of the slowest build-ups to Christmas on record.

World, meet Andrea Minichiello Williams: the bafflingly misguided founder of Christian Concern, who told conservative crowds in Jamaica that Tom Daley came out because his father died

Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’ says UK evangelist

Christian Concern founder Andrea Minichiello Williams angers gay rights campaigner after speech in Jamaica

An Edwardian gazebo in Kingston, passed as you meander along the river Thames

Walk of the month: Kingston upon Thames - Red bricks and boxes on the riverbank

The Thames Path combines history with nature as it forges towards the capital from Hampton Court Palace

Conman jailed for stabbing Carole Waugh to death

A conman has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 27 years after stabbing to death a wealthy woman in her flat, hiding her body in the boot of a car and spending her money.

Brooklyn Beckham with his father David

Brooklyn Beckham plays for Fulham Under-15s less than a month after training with Manchester United

The 14-year-old appears to be following in the footsteps of his father David Beckham having already trained with Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers

Gemma Barrett, 32, from Kingston, Surrey, with her husband Craig and son Sebastian. Mrs Barrett was kept in hospital for more than a week being monitored for suspected pre-eclampsia

Breakthrough in detection of pre-eclampsia may save lives of hundreds of babies

Condition severely affects two in every 100 pregnant women and test could save lives of hundreds of babies every year

Sir Michael Wilshaw: 'The combination of unstable communities and political and managerial instability in our social care services is a dangerous mix'

Social care crisis: Damning Ofsted report says 20 local authorities cannot keep children safe

Watchdog says protection services are too often 'manifestly and palpably weak'

Birmingham City Council is under fire over the death of Keanu Williams

'Why is Birmingham's infant mortality rate worse than in Cuba?'

England’s second city singled out as a 'national disgrace' over failure

Carole Waugh has not been seen since 4 May

Conmen killed oil executive and escort Carole Waugh and used her money to buy gold bullion, court told

Her money was used to buy gold bullion and coins and Krugerands before her body was finally found three-and-a-half months later

Menzies has maintained his high standards right to his retirement at 39 and will be difficult to replace

Giants face a test of their powers of concentration

Huddersfield face an early test of their ability to get their minds back on business when they go to Bradford today.

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