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Everton furiously rejected United's approaches for the England defender last summer and hope to tie down his future after a breakthrough in negotiations

Feeling hot: from Africa to the Caribbean, or even closer to home, there's plenty of places that can deliver a warmer winter

Winter holidays: follow the sun

Whether you're mourning the summer we never had – or want to escape the big chill ahead – Chris Leadbeater has the hottest spots for winter holidays

Chile honours trapped miners one year on

The Chilean miners who spent 69 days trapped in a copper mine yesterday marked the one-year anniversary since their ordeal began.

Travel Challenge: Late availability this summer

Every week we invite competing companies to offer us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a week's holiday anywhere in Europe during the school summer holidays. Prices are for two adults and two children.

Boxing: Warren defends Cook after freak injury ends fight

After just 93 seconds of bizarre action Nicky Cook was carried off to retirement with his neck in a brace, his legs strapped to a stretcher and a look of pain on his face on Saturday night at the Echo Arena, Liverpool.

Cycling: Wiggins on a high for the Dauphiné

Bradley Wiggins' build-up to the Tour de France starts in earnest tomorrow when he leads Team Sky into the Dauphiné Libéré, an eight-day stage race that takes place in the Alps.

Terry comes to Wilshere's defence over summer break

Captain says 'Zola-esque' midfielder must rest or he may burn out before Euro 2012

Travel challenge special: Late availability in May half term

Every week we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today, a half-term special edition: 10 companies offer up a week-long European holiday during May half term. Prices are for a family of four...

Tenerife accused was in UK hospital

A man accused of beheading a British grandmother in a shop in Tenerife had been released from a psychiatric unit in the UK.

Tenerife decapitation suspect was on bail

The Bulgarian man accused of beheading a British woman in Tenerife on Friday was on bail when the attack took place.

Beheading suspect had violent record

The man accused of stabbing and beheading a British pensioner in Tenerife has been remanded in custody, amid questions about the management of his mental illness.

Beheading victim was grandmother of five

The British woman stabbed and beheaded in a shop on the island of Tenerife on Friday was named last night as Jennifer Mills-Westley, a 60-year-old grandmother.

British woman beheaded in Tenerife supermarket

A British woman was beheaded in a shop in Tenerife yesterday. Witnesses said a main entered a Chinese supermarket in a shopping centre in the popular resort town of Los Cristianos and stabbed and then beheaded the 62-year-old woman, believed to be an expatriate living on the island.

British woman murdered in Tenerife

A British woman was murdered in Tenerife today, the Foreign Office said.

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Julie Burchill: Say goodbye to the Enlightenment. We are living in the age of goatsuckers

They call him THE GOATSUCKER. Or rather they did. Because the chupacabra – a fearsome monster first spotted in 1995, who according to the Fortean Times, is the third most famous mythical beast after Bigfoot and Nessie (which sounds like an R&B producer duo about to open shop with Tinie Tempah) – has recently been revealed as a hoax by the other, smarter FT.

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