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Wada uncovers ‘potential wrongdoing’ in drug testing of British cyclists

Operation Echo probe launched over actions taken in 2011 ‘Potential wrongdoing in both British Cycling and Ukad’ A World Anti-Doping Agency report has uncovered “potential wrongdoing” by “individuals” involved in the drug testing of British cyclists. The agency’s independent Intelligence and Investigations department launched its... go to Article >

‘Potential wrongdoing’ uncovered in drug testing of British cyclists

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British Cycling claims the report attached no fault to the organisation for the role it played in the 2011 study. read more

Champions Cup organisers relax Covid rules following Scarlets appeal

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With 32 players quarantining, team risked forfeit against Bristol New measures will help clubs caught in travel chaos The organisers of the Champions Cup have urgently relaxed registration rules to help the clubs caught in travel and quarantine... read more

Commons row prompts fresh warnings over Christmas alcohol supplies

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Drinks industry reiterates concerns after minister refuses to provide latest on efforts to resolve HGV driver shortage Alcoholic drinks companies have issued fresh warnings that the Christmas supply of wine, spirits and beer could be disrupted,... read more

Grenfell survivors outraged by Lewis Hamilton car sponsorship deal

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F1 champion will race carrying branding of company that made combustible boards used on tower The seven-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton is facing protests from Grenfell survivors over a “truly shocking” sponsorship deal that will see his... read more

‘Rafa needs time’: Benítez gets backing from Everton’s owner Moshiri

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Moshiri also promises funds to ‘add depth to the squad’ Owner expects results to improve after defeat by Liverpool Farhad Moshiri has claimed Rafael Benítez will be given time and financial support to revive Everton despite fans turning on the... read more

Canada votes to ban LGBTQ ‘conversion therapy’

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Conservatives joined Liberals in unanimous vote, prompting applause in House of Commons Canadian lawmakers have passed a motion banning the discredited practice of “conversion therapy”, in a rare show of unanimity in the country’s parliament. A... read more

Arizona police officer who fatally shot man in a wheelchair is fired

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Richard Lee Richards, 61, was shot in the back multiple times after being accused of stealing a toolbox from Walmart An Arizona police officer has been fired amid outrage over the killing of a suspected shoplifter who was in a motorized... read more

Trapped in Ikea: snowstorm in Denmark forces dozens to bed down in store

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Six customers and about two dozen staff spent the night in the bed department after a foot of snow fell A showroom in northern Denmark turned into a vast bedroom after six customers and about two dozen employees were stranded by a snowstorm and... read more

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: father and partner found guilty of killing son, six

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Emma Tustin was convicted of murdering Thomas Hughes’s son, who suffered ‘unsurvivable brain injury’ A woman and her partner have been convicted of abusing and killing his six-year-old son. Emma Tustin, 32, was unanimously convicted of murdering... read more

Scientists raise concerns over UK baby genome sequencing plan

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Exclusive: experts say scheme seems designed to create valuable dataset rather than improve screening Scientists have raised concerns about a proposed overhaul of newborn screening that could lead to the UK becoming the first country to offer... read more

Proximity to green space may help with PMS, study finds

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Research adds to growing evidence of the health benefits associated with natural environments Living near green space could reduce the physical and psychological symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), researchers have found. A first-of-its-kind... read more