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Reports that police are seeking assistance to interview the three potential suspects following suspicions raised by phone records

Tube ticket barrier sounds like Blur's Song 2

Sadly no reports of a Routemaster singing Wonderwall

On your bike: Atherton hopes her success will inspire more young women to try the sport she loves

BT Sport Action Woman of the Year: Downhill route takes Rachel Atherton to the top

Rio is now in the sights of World Cup champion who has capped a highly successful year by being named the first BT Sport Action Woman of the Year

Guly Do Prado celebrates having scored from the penalty spot in Southampton's win over Yeovil

Southampton 2 Yeovil 0 match report: Yeovil fail to test Saints resolve – unlike United’s bid for Luke Shaw

Nicola Cortese's exit as chief executive was followed by a training ground bust-up but Guly Do Prado and Sam Gallagher give Saints a sense of relief despite reported offer for left-back

Market Report: Admiral has wind in its sails - with the trend set to continue

Car insurer Admiral sailed up as the City predicted it will benefit from an easing in pricing pressure in the claims business yesterday. Numis forecast that the publication of the AA's price survey next month should confirm the trend.

Delhi's Paharganj area is popular with backpackers

Government issues safety warnings for women tourists in India after sex attacks

Violent attacks on Polish, German and Danish travellers reported already this year

Lucky escape for Sydney passengers as metal bar is driven through carriage floor after train derails

Fire officers say no serious injuries have been reported

Norwich manager Chris Hughton has defended his decision to go for the win after plan backfired when Scott Parker scored a late winner for Fulham

Norwich say Chris Hughton is safe from the sack... unless the club fall into the bottom three

The Canaries are on a dreadful run, compounded by defeat to Fulham in the FA Cup

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Australian Open 2014 - Comment: Competitors need compensation if injury means they miss start of a Grand Slam

A trend of players pulling out of first round matches is emerging

Referee Nigel Owens escaped unhurt following a car accident on the M4 as he returned from Castres v Leinster on the weekend

Referee Nigel Owens escapes unhurt after car crash on the M4 as he returned from officiating Castres v Leinster in France

Owens thanked those who stopped to check he was ok as he made his way back to south Wales from his trip to France

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said: 'We are restructuring the army to ensure regular and reserve soldiers are fully integrated into one force.'

Army launches third recruitment campaign in a year to boost reserves - despite cuts in troop numbers

The Army is launching a new recruitment campaign to expand its reserves section, despite recent cuts to the number of troops.

Avon and Somerset Police has released this low-resolution image of Saber Haldari, who is wanted in connection with child sex offences in Bristol

Bristol man is 'significant risk to children' say police as they issue manhunt picture

Saber Haldari is believed to be in the country illegally

Ashes 2013-14: England cricket captain Alastair Cook apologised to fans after 5-0 series whitewash

Cook's side were bowled out for 166 in their second innings to confirm a 281-run win for their rivals

Book review: 'Stormbelt' by Robert Leslie (With essays by Edward Burtynsky and Cameron Sinclair)

In his essay alongside the photographs here, Edward Burtynsky says: “The images in this book ask that we follow the quiet journey of Robert Leslie and his camera through a land where the notion of the unstoppable economy, a land of plenty, the ‘American dream’, is brought into question.” 

Two Bulgarians in London yesterday, the day restrictions were lifted allowing their countrymen to live and work in Britain

All quiet at the coach station as fears of invasion from Eastern Europe come to nothing

Fears that a torrent of Romanians and Bulgarians would take advantage of new rules freeing them to live and work in the UK prove unfounded

Figures obtained from the Link network by the Guardian newspaper showed there were 269 low-income areas without a free ATM nearby

'It makes Wonga look like Santa Claus': MP attacks lack of free ATMs available to people in poorest areas

The 'grotesque practice' of charging low-income people to withdraw their own money from bank accounts has been condemned after a report revealed that more than 300,000 of the poorest people in Britain live at least 1km from a cash machine that does not charge for withdrawals.

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Refugee children let down by Washington's high ideals

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Children's books are too white, says Laureate

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Blackest is the new black

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Matthew Barzun: America's diplomatic dude

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Meet the 'Quantified Selfers'

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Five-star reviews are just the opening act for British theatre's first non-white artistic director

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Mrs Brown and her boys: are they having a laugh?

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