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Wayne Rooney played a full part in England training

Roy Hodgson confirms Wayne Rooney has been injury-free for 'several days'

England manager will select Manchester United forward even if he fails to resolve his club future

Significant changes to the Obama administration's approach to drug enforcement have been announced

Major change to US drugs law in bid to curb prison overcrowding

America’s top law enforcement official has announced significant changes to the Obama administration’s approach to drug enforcement, in a bid to curb the overcrowding of the nation’s prisons.

Amazon UK takes on Steam with digital downloads for games

New service launches in the UK (just four years after the US)

Deadly new bird flu 'transmitted between people'

Case in eastern China sees virus pass from a father to daughter who was looking after him

Luis Suarez at Anfield

Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers insists Luis Suarez will not move to Arsenal despite outburst that Liverpool promised to let him go

Reds manager has insisted that wantaway striker will be going nowhere after the striker claimed Liverpool agreed to sell him should they fail to qualify for the Champions League

Avicii's 'Wake Me Up' spends third week at number one

Swedish DJ and producer Avicii has spent a third week at the top of the British singles charts with his dance hit "Wake Me Up".

Diego Costa celebrates scoring for Atletico Madrid

Transfer news: Liverpool make £21m bid for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa - reports

Brendan Rodgers yesterday claimed he wouldn't make any unnecessary signings but has been tempted into an offer for Brazilian international

Retired renters increasingly stepping off the property ladder

More than 40% of retired renters are former property owners and pay £423 a month in rent on average

The Tory chairman’s comments angered unions

We need to make it easier for firms to sack workers, claims Conservative chairman Grant Shapps

“There should be a way of saying to people ‘thank you very much, it hasn’t worked out but here’s a decent package for you to move on from this role,’” says top Tory

Sun comes out for Next as shares break through £50

Shares in the fashion chain Next hit a record high yesterday as the FTSE 100 company cheered the City with raised profit forecasts.

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport said it was drawing up plans to stop cold callers withholding their numbers

Government turns up the heat on cold callers as phone nuisances face crackdown

Ministers plan to enable watchdogs to investigate 'annoying' communications as well as those that cause distress

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Swatch clocks up rise in profits

Royal baby: Five things we didn’t need to know about the pregnancy

Britain has turned Royal Baby crazy as the news is announced that The Duchess of Cambridge has finally gone into labour.

Margareta Pagano: Invensys investors should be thanking Rudd

Shares in Invensys were still hovering around the 505p price on Friday as investors wait impatiently for France's Schneider Electric to come up with a firm bid offer by the "put-up-or-shut-up" deadline on 8 August.

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