US journalist Glenn Greenwald (left) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport

David Miranda will launch legal action over his detention at Heathrow Airport, says Alan Rusbridger

Miranda was held for nine hours at Heathrow airport under Section 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000

The News Matrix: Monday 19 August 2013

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Suarez has arrived back on Merseyside after international duty with Uruguay

Transfer news: Luis Suarez returns to first team training after apologising for trying to force Arsenal move - reports

The Uruguayan had been banished to train with the reserves but appears to have apologised for his behaviour after return from international duty

New species of mammal identified in jungles of Ecuador – the world's first new carnivore in 35 years

Olinguito described as a cross between 'a teddy bear and a house cat'

Cleese is in the process of writing his autobiography

John Cleese brands British press ‘depraved’ and ‘amoral’ during film interview

John Cleese has launched an attack on the media, branding many British newspapers “amoral creatures”.

Ferdinand won the last of his 81 caps in June 2011

Rio Ferdinand claims England must forge a national identity to be successful even if it means missing out on a major tournament

Former international defender says missing a World Cup or European Championship might be need if England are to catch their rivals in having a style of play throughout all age groups

Gary Neville: Former United team-mate was impressed the first time he saw Ronaldo play

England coach Gary Neville backs player quota system to help home nations

Foreign players dominate the Premier League

Voters' increased faith in Tories over economy will be blow to Labour

Survey finds 12 per cent rise in confidence in Osborne and Cameron since June

Flower power: Prince Charles, supports alternative therapies

Private talks between Prince Charles and Cabinet ministers took place on dozens of occasions since last election

Future king's has had seven separate meetings with the PM since May 2010, and 36 in all with Coalition frontbenchers

The Metropolitan police, Britain's largest force, has set up an internal inquiry to investigate 42 cases of sexually predatory officers (stock image)

Police investigate 169 staff over allegations of predatory sexual behaviour

Meeting held to address the criminality by officers and support staff

Michael Owen back where it all began with Liverpool

Transfer news: Michael Owen becomes the latest Liverpool legend to claim the club should sell Luis Suarez

Former striker joins David James, Ray Houghton and Dietmar Hamann in suggesting Reds would be better without Suarez

Watch what you type: Loughborough considers monitoring student emails

Loughborough university is looking at the possibility of implementing software that would take data from students’ attendance, email contact with staff and meetings.

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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

Luis Suarez at Anfield

Transfer news: Luis Suarez rocks Liverpool with news he will submit a transfer request later this week if they block move to Arsenal

Uruguayan striker has accused the club of going back on their word that he could leave this summer should they fail to qualify for the Champions League

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