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Bee Gees star Robin Gibb is fighting for his life after contracting pneumonia in his battle against cancer.

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The British super bantamweight champion, Scott Quigg, or his next opponent, Rendall Munroe, may not fight Carl Frampton next, regardless of the outcome of their 16 June fight.

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Never mind Barcelona, first watch out for in-form Fulham

"Bring on Barça" is the headline in the newsletter Chelsea send out to their junior members, but for now the Catalan conquistadors can wait. Having salvaged a fortuitous 2-1 victory against Wigan Athletic on Saturday, Roberto Di Matteo's charges must now withstand an ebullient Fulham in tonight's west London derby.

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A Metropolitan Police officer who headbutted a 14-year-old boy and swung him against a car escaped jail yesterday.

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Comedian Justin Lee Collins is to stand trial for allegedly harassing his former girlfriend.

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A woman accused of breaking into Simon Cowell's mansion wielding a brick has appeared in court.

Met's restraint on autistic boy 'was not justified'

The Metropolitan Police subjected a severely disabled boy to assault, battery, degrading and inhumane treatment, false imprisonment and unlawful disability discrimination by forcing him into "shackles" at a swimming pool, a landmark ruling has found.

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A teenager yesterday admitted to killing a retired accountant by punching him as he tried to put out a fire in a rubbish bin during last summer's riots.

Teenager admits killing OAP during riots

A 17-year-old boy today admitted killing a pensioner during last summer's riots.

Rebecca Armstrong: Hear that? It's the sound of my temper fraying

Clunk clunk clatter clunk. THUD. Sound familiar? It will do if you live beneath someone who has wooden floorboards. They're so smooth and shiny when they're underfoot, and so easy to clean. Overhead, they're a silence-shredding menace. Tiptoeing mice become clodhopping elephants. Toddlers taking their first small steps sound as though they're taking giant leaps from a great height. Yes, as you can tell, I live underneath some of the damn things. I also have them on my floors, but I'm absolved from noise-related guilt because I live in a basement and the only thing underneath me are earless earthworms.

Only goal difference is keeping Mark Hughes' QPR out of the Premier League relegation zone

QPR too good to go down, says Hughes

Manager confident his side can avoid relegation despite extremely tricky run-in to end of season

Chelsea keeper Petr Cech says talk of a players' revolt was 'distorted'

Cech rejects player power is hitting Chelsea

Petr Cech has played down suggestions that Chelsea's players openly criticised manager Andre Villas-Boas in front of Roman Abramovich earlier this month.

Bryan Adams claims a story about him in 'The Sun' could only have come from the police

Police leaked stalker story, says singer

Bryan Adams claimed that an article in The Sun reporting that he had been the victim of a stalker could only have come from a leak within the police, in evidence to the Leveson Inquiry yesterday.

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Allan Segal, who has died aged 70 after a nine-month fight with cancer, was one of a generation of young producers who brought a new era of tough, investigative journalism to British television in the 1970s and 1980s.

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