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A thumping Reda Johnson header had given Wednesday the lead until Williams' second-half strike tied things up

UK shaken by 'significant' earthquake

A "significant" earthquake shook the UK in the early hours of this morning, causing damage to buildings and leaving at least one person injured.

Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Family matters

Dear Virginia, I have a problem with my father's widow. They married five years before he died, and she now talks to me in great detail about their sex life. She also barely acknowledges my daughter. My father would have wanted us to be friends, and she's the mother of my lovely half-brother, who's six, so I don't want to cut off all contact, but I feel constantly hurt. When I air my feelings, she gets furious. What can I do? Yours sincerely, Heidi

Norman Hidden

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Moores moulds the Flintoffs of the future

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Sick of the influence money has on the game, some Old Trafford fans, including Julian Coman, created their own team

City take stock by cashing in loss leader

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One of the most exquisite medieval manuscripts created in Britain has been saved for the nation after a public appeal helped raise £1.7m to stop its sale to the United States.

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Multi-million pound battle to regain masterpiece

A saleroom battle is looming for a unique 18th-century cabinet, the purchase of which by an American collector in 1990 was regarded as a grave loss to the nation.

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