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Ossie Ardiles has been involved in a car crash in the Falkland Islands

Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa car crash: Former Tottenham midfielder Ardiles 'fine' following accident in the Falkland Islands

Argentinian footballing legend airlifted to hospital following car crash with son Pablo confirming he has had 20 stitches in his head

The Strictly Come Dancing cast pose at the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham

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Wembley Arena, London

The Japanese airline ANA pulled what was called a 'racist' advert and apologised to any customers for whom the advert caused 'uncomfortable feelings'

Japanese airline ANA pulls 'racist' advert after complaints it stereotyped foreigners as having big noses and blonde hair

The company made the decision after it apologised for the advert on Monday

The Royal Docks at Grimsby; residents in Grimsby are rising up against Channel 4's attempts to cast them as the subjects of its next documentary series on the poor

Grimsby residents attempt to stop Channel 4 from filming 'poverty porn' series in their city

Residents in Grimsby are rising up against Channel 4’s attempts to cast them as the subjects of its next documentary series on the poor – a television genre that has been dubbed “poverty porn”.

Benefits Street: Grimsby residents rise up after Channel 4 films Skint on estate

Residents wary of being featured in second series of Skint after portrayal of 'welfare scroungers' in Benefits Street

Vodafone and Sky in 'high-level talks' to counter BT's dominance in the UK

BT has recently cemented its position as the number one broadband provider, leaving rivals worried about their future

Sherlock played by Benedict Cumberbatch as he appears in the third series of the show, which has been a massive hit worldwide

China falls in love with Sherlock as ‘People’s Daily’ calls it exquisite

Zhou Yeling couldn’t wait until 7am for a long-awaited date with her favourite Englishman.

Roger Bannister celebrates with Chris Chataway in 1954 as he becomes the first man to run a sub-four minute mile

Sir Chris Chataway: A boy’s own hero who was truly one of a kind

Sir Chris Chataway, the former world-record runner, acted as pacemaker to help Roger Bannister break the four-minute mile barrier. And he achieved so much more

England cricket team captain Alastair Cook (left) and his Indian team counterpart Mahendra Singh Dhoni (right) pose with the championship trophy with Bharti Airtel Gujarat CEO Anant Arora (centre) in Ahmedabad in November 2012

India and England give ICC a plan to save Test cricket

England are brokering a desperate deal with India to try to ensure the survival of world cricket. If it contains elements of naked greed and self-interest there is a growing fear that without it the whole structure of the international game could collapse.

Jimmy Saville pictured in 2006. He is thought to have abused hundreds of victims

Jimmy Savile 'could have abused up to 1,000 victims' while at the BBC

Damning review will accuse Corporation of turning a blind eye to shamed entertainer's actions

Oscars season is upon us, let the free advertising campaigns commence

In exchange for glamour, TV gives Hollywood carte blanche to market itself mercilessly

Champagne would also like to see more use of television inside the stadium, ending the situation where TV viewers see more of the play through action replays than paying fans

Jérôme Champagne set to challenge Sepp Blatter and run for the Fifa presidency

Champagne looks to burst the bubble of the long-serving Fifa overlord in next year’s presidential elections

On his way: Toby Flood is thought to be lining up a move to Toulouse

Exclusive: Aviva Premiership salary cap to rise in the battle to stop more players moving abroad

Cap set to rise by almost 10 per cent this year – the first increase in two seasons

Gay life in all its ordinariness: Director Andrew Haigh discusses his new HBO series

British director Andrew Haigh tells Sarah Hughes about his new HBO series “Looking”

Book review: 'Once We Had A Country' by Robert McGill

In the 1960s and 1970s tens of thousands of Americans slipped across the Canadian border to avoid serving in the Vietnam War. They were often the college-educated sons of middle-class families who could no longer defer being sucked into the draft, and their presence – many settled permanently – had a profound effect on shaping the little-brother nation to the north.

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