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The lowdown on Arsene Wenger's latest transfer target

RSA shares crash as chief executive Simon Lee quits after third profit warning

Insurance giant warns its dividend could be cut again and its shares plummet

Teenage girl convicted of robbery after taking pre-crime selfie wielding knife

Police used the ill-thought-out pictures as evidence to catch the 17-year-old robber

Winter Sport: Yarnold kicks off season with World Cup victory

Team GB’s Lizzy Yarnold got her skeleton season off to the perfect start as the 25-year-old claimed victory in the World Cup race in Canada. Yarnold finished in second place but was elevated to first when American Noelle Pikus-Pace was disqualified after her sled failed a post-race inspection.

Books of the year 2013: Sport

The memoir is the staple diet in sports publishing, and this has been a particularly full-on year for them. The more honest the better, of course, and there's none more so than Mike Tyson's Undisputed Truth: My Autobiography (Harpersport, £20). It's full of staggering stories: fighting high on coke and dope – which didn't stop him winning a fight in 38 seconds; wearing what he calls a "whizzer", or fake penis filled with clean urine, to foil the drug-testers; badly beating up fans who asked for autographs… Tyson is in full-on confessional mode and I can't recall a more self-excoriating autobiography, but it makes for grimly compelling reading.

Push dads to share the baby burden

Without extra pressure, how many will risk screwing up their careers?

Happiness can be bought, apparently, but only to a point

Experts confirm that money does buy happiness – but only up to £22,100

It is widely accepted that money can’t buy you love. Now a new study has found that it can buy you happiness – but only up to a point.

Postcard from... Malmo

Attitudes to nudity are somewhat more relaxed in Sweden than here at home – as I found out earlier this week in Malmo.

Korean War veteran Merrill Newman detained in North Korea after ten day guided tour

His family believe a 'dreadful misunderstanding' has led to his detention

More people die from cold in Britain than in Sweden every winter

The cold will kill more people in Britain than in freezing Sweden this winter. That's because so many of us live in woefully insulated homes.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be going to the World Cup
Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after his hat-trick took Portugal to the World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo showed 'I am here' after stunning hat-trick for Portugal in World Cup play-off against Sweden

Stunning hat-trick steals show from Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Sweden v Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo and his Portugal team-mates given early wake-up call by radio prankster

Station blared out euro-pop in attempt to wake the Portuguese players up

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo will collide again in the second leg

Sweden (0) v Portugal (1): World Cup play-off match preview

A look ahead to tonight's World Cup 2014 qualifying match in Solna

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo
Andros Townsend

England v Germany: Joachim Low wary of 'quick and dynamic' Andros Townsend

The sides meet at Wembley on Tuesday

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