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A screen grab of Luis Suarez biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic

Poll: Should biter striker Luis Suarez be allowed to stay on at Liverpool

Yesterday footballer Luis Suarez bit an opponent for the second time during his career.

Benitez welcomes Fernando Torres to Anfield in 2007

Liverpool v Chelsea: Rafael Benitez's games of political football still divide opinion

Chelsea manager faces warm Anfield return but one that comes with reservations

A view of Wembley Stadium

FA Cup final set for late kick-off

Manchester City and Wigan will kick-off at 5.15pm

Mark Leftly: Margaret Thatcher's foe got it right on Canary Wharf

Outlook Love her, loathe her, or just plain sick of hearing about her, the death of Margaret Thatcher should have at least focused the spotlight on one of her greatest enemies this week: Lord Heseltine.

Police seize £12m worth of cocaine in Essex

Police have seized around £12 million worth of cocaine following a six-month investigation into the "top echelon" of organised crime.

Sprinter Sacre

Aintree: Sprinter Sacre wins the Melling Chase

Tackling two and a half miles for the first time over the larger obstacles, he was a 1-3 favourite to beat a top-class field

‘He’s shown me nothing but faith,’ says Joe Allen of Brendan Rodgers, ‘and that’s been a massive help

Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen determined to return next season a better player

The £15m signing underwent surgery

Court sketches of Kevin Liverpool (left) and Junior Bradshaw; Joss Stone

Joss Stone plotters guilty of conspiracy to murder

Judge says it may have been a crazy scheme, ‘but it was a very real plan’

Tony Bellew (left) fighting Roberto Bolonti last November

Boxing: 'Isaac Chilemba doesn't understand that I'm not joking... I'm willing to die in the ring,' says Tony Bellew

Tony Bellew upped the stakes in his pre-fight chat when he said: "I'm willing to die in that ring."

IPCC heavily critical of Hillsborough chief constable Sir Norman Bettison

Bettison would have a case to answer for gross misconduct

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez is currently with the Uruguay squad

Luis Suarez transfer shock: Liverpool insist striker will remain at Anfield

Striker gives interview claiming offers are 'welcome'

‘He’s shown me nothing but faith,’ says Joe Allen of Brendan Rodgers, ‘and that’s been a massive help

Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen to miss rest of season

Former Swansea player to undergo surgery

Nina Carberry may be going for glory on Tofino Bay in the big race at Aintree

Nina Carberry may battle sister-in-law in Grand National

Having come closer to winning than any other woman, when third last year, Katie Walsh will have high hopes when Seabass returns to Aintree next month for the John Smith's Grand National. Remarkably, however, she could yet be beaten into the history books by her own sister-in-law.

Prankster gatecrashes Manchester City's pre-match warm up at Everton

A prankster was arrested after going on the pitch to warm up with Manchester City's multi-million squad before kick-off today.

Start-Up Loans aid thousands of young businesses

More than 2,000 young entrepreneurs have signed up to the Government's start-up loans scheme, which offers Britons under 30 about £4,500 to help them start businesses.

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The story goes that Japanese store workers created a life-size effigy of a smiling "Father Kurisumasu" attached to a facsimile of Our Lord's final instrument of torture
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