News Michael Dugher has called for action before the 30th anniversary of the so-called Battle of Orgreave on July 18

Shadow Cabinet Officer minister Michael Dugher calls for action before 30th anniversary of the Battle of Orgrave

Craig Johnston was part of Liverpool's 1986 double-winning squad

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The former Liverpool player Craig Johnston invented concept but says evolving footwear could now end a career

Graham Onions (on the left) with Paul Collingwood after Durham win title
Items in the MagForce catalogue included leg cuffs and stun guns

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Human rights campaigners discovered that two companies were offering leg irons and electric batons

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale: Bale had been waiting for his dream move to Madrid for months but took ingratiation to new levels in the run-up to the deal by dressing like new teammate, Cristiano Ronaldo. Here they sport matching T-shirts, sunglasses and backwards caps

Dressed the same as a colleague? It’s a twin-twin situation for your career trajectory

Mirroring the ‘office style’ can help you fit in, a new study shows, and dressing like the boss can be a great benefit

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I want your job: Head of marketing

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Guo Bin recuperates from an attack in the rural area of Linfen city that left him blind, in a hospital in Taiyuan

Organ trafficker gouges out Chinese boy’s eyes for corneas to sell on black market

Six-year-old boy was snatched while playing outside his home

Southern Water fined £200,000 over sewage leak off Margate

Southern Water has been fined £200,000 after discharging raw sewage into the sea, the Environment Agency (EA) has said.

A Belfast Story press kit received by Empire's news editor Chris Hewitt

A Belfast Story director apologises for sending 'nail bomb' promotional kit branded 'the most distasteful freebie ever'

Filmmaker Nathan Todd said the PR package was 'not intended to offend anyone'

Huge Renoir archive to go under the hammer in New York

The auction features the only two sculptures entirely executed by the painter

There's a reason women get smaller bonuses - and the same goes for men who raise children

By taking time away from work and working reduced hours, you are likely to return to less remunerative roles. This is an observation, not a judgement.

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Turkmenistan's president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov

On your bikes! Turkmenistan president orders entire nation to saddle up for national cycling day

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow has reportedly ordered all citizens to buy bikes

40 schools had published policy statements echoing language of notorious legislation

Section 28 row: Schools tear up controversial homophobic policies

Responses follow The Independent's disclosure that 40 schools had published policy statements echoing language of notorious legislation

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