Max Verstappen hit with additional penalty after Lewis Hamilton collision

Lewis Hamilton took victory in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after a clash with Max Verstappen - and his title rival has been handed an additional 10-second penalty for the crash
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Vaccination mandated for commuters on Manila public transit
People who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are being banned from riding public transport in the Philippine capital region in a desperate move to curb spiking infections
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Asian shares mixed after China reports slowing growth
Shares are mixed in Asia after China reported that its economy expanded at an 8.1% annual pace in 2021, though growth slowed to half that level in the last quarter
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Chelsea transfer gossip: Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong and Ronald Araujo on Blues radar
Chelsea are not far off from meeting Barcelona's valuation for Frenkie de Jong according to reports in Spain, while they've also held talks with representatives of his teammate Ronald Araujo
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Serbian Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic lands in Dubai and IS banned from for three years
The Serbian tennis star posed for selfies with staff and fans as he moved through the airport after he was kicked out of Australia over the visa row.
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Afghan female MPs fighting for their country in exile
After a harrowing escape from the Taliban, Afghanistan’s female politicians are regrouping in Greece to fight for their country. Amie Ferris-Rotman reports on the work of the Afghan women’s parliament in exileIn November, 28 former female MPs gathered in Greece. They’d fled the Taliban in dramatic fashion, and were now reunited in a community centre run by Melissa Network, a grassroots organisation for female migrants and refugees that played a role in their evacuation.The journalist Amie Ferris-Rotman was there; she tells Nosheen Iqbal about the emotional first meeting of the Afghan women’s parliament in exile in Athens. There, the women – some junior politicians, some elder stateswomen, some from prominent wealthy political families, some from poorer backgrounds – traded stories of their escapes and shared hopes for the country they left behind. Shagufa Noorzai, 22, who had been the youngest member of parliament before the Afghan government fell, says she wants the women left behind in Afghanistan to know they have not been forgotten. Continue reading...
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Man City transfer gossip: Erling Haaland update as Southampton star targeted
Man City moved 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League over the weekend and already have one eye on the summer transfer window as they look to bolster their attacking options
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Real Madrid blocking move for Federico Valverde and more Manchester United transfer rumours
The Uruguay international has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, but Real Madrid look determined to keep hold of him
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Texas rabbi 'alive today' thanks to police training that helped with 'belligerent' terrorist
Charlie Cytron-Walker said on Sunday that his active-shooter training saved the lives of him and three of his congregation, who were all taken hostage on Saturday at their synagogue in Texas.
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China's economy grows 8.1% in 2021, slows in second half
China’s economy grew by 8.1% in 2021 but Beijing faces pressure to shore up activity after an abrupt slowdown in the second half
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Covid restrictions on outdoor events and matches lifted
Changes announced by the First Minister last week come into effect on Monday.
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Boris Johnson 'quizzed by Sue Gray' in Downing Street lockdown parties probe
There has been a long line of allegations about rule claims of breaking in Downing Street, with Sue Gray now looking into a litany of possible events
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS on TV: Sue Perkins' American road trip turned into one long moanathon
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Down in the boondocks, sang Billy Joe Royal. 'People put me down, 'cos that's the side of town I was born in.'
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Coronation Street's Amy Barlow looks totally different in stunning off-screen snaps
Corrie star Elle Mulvaney, who plays Amy Barlow on the famous cobbles, shared stunning snaps of herself on Instagram on Sunday
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Sanctimonious Sir Keir must apologise
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: When is swigging beer with chums indoors during a strict lockdown not breaking the rules? Why, when Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer does it, apparently!
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Prince's estate valued at $156.4 million as six-year legal battle for control comes to an end
Prince may have died in 2016, but the legal battle over his estate just came to an end on Sunday. The star's wealth, which totaled $156.4 million, was fought over by a number of that star's potential heirs.
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Novak Djokovic deported for breach of Australia’s border rules, PM says, at odds with government’s legal case
‘It’s as simple as that,’ Scott Morrison says, despite immigration minister not disputing tennis star’s belief he had valid vaccination exemptionFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesDownload the free Guardian app; get our morning email briefingThe Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, says Novak Djokovic was deported because he tried to breach entry rules at the border, even though the immigration minister did not dispute the tennis star’s belief he had a valid medical exemption.The Serbian tennis player boarded an Emirates flight from Melbourne to Dubai on Sunday night, hours after the full federal court upheld the minister’s decision to cancel Djokovic’s visa. Continue reading...
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ANDREW PIERCE: Wealthy union Unite grabbed furlough cash 
ANDREW PIERCE: It emerges that the union claimed an astonishing £660,000 in taxpayer-funded furlough cash for its hotel staff during the lockdown..
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Australian Open starts hours after Djokovic's deportation
The Australian Open has started without nine-time champion Novak Djokovic
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Housing market off to record start for 2022 as valuation requests almost DOUBLE for first week
Data showed January kicked off with a 44 per cent jump in valuation requests from the same time last year. It also showed a 15 per cent increase in buyers inquiring about homes.
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‘Deep trouble’: Cathay Pacific descends further as punitive pandemic worsens
Accusations of staff breaching Covid rules latest in troubled few years for Hong Kong flag carrierCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAs Omicron spread to at least 50 people in Hong Kong last week the government looked to one place in particular for blame – the city’s flagship airline, Cathay Pacific. Two crew were accused of breaching their home quarantine, going shopping or meeting friends, and spreading the highly transmissible variant in the city. As numbers rose, infection flow charts were published marking cases with the airline’s brand while the government launched inquiries and threatened legal action. Pro-Beijing figures and state media called for punishment.The airline had just come off a government ban on flying key international routes, a punishment for carrying Covid-positive passengers. Around the same time the ban was imposed in late December, quarantine rules were tightened after a pilot tested positive, and then again just days later after three crew also did, and then again after the latest incidents. Continue reading...
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Defiant Jurgen Klopp disagrees with Andy Robertson over Liverpool's title chances
Liverpool closed the gap to Manchester City to 11 points on Sunday and moved into second place after beating Brentford at Anfield, despite the absences of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane
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Mohamed Salah saga proves Manchester United could have given Paul Pogba everything he craves
Salah and Pogba are both at the centre of ongoing contract speculation, but one man is in a much stronger position than the other
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Chelsea's Mohamed Salah regret isn't a patch on the £17m mistake that sparked Man City dominance
Man City's win over Chelsea on Saturday saw one of their former players come back to haunt them yet again
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What the papers say – January 17
A besieged Prime Minister and a conclusion to Novak Djokovic’s time in Australia are splashed across the front pages.
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What the papers say – January 17
A besieged Prime Minister and a conclusion to Novak Djokovic’s time in Australia are splashed across the front pages.
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DOMINIC LAWSON: Battered Boris Johnson must relish the humbling of those desperate Brexit-wreckers
DOMINIC LAWSON: As he contemplates his undoing, it might accord Boris Johnson bleak satisfaction to see that two of his most persistent adversaries are also facing public humiliation.
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Christmas cards are still stuck in the post as Covid-fuelled staff shortages hit deliveries 
The Royal Mail is still delivering Christmas cards amid Covid staff shortages. Customers in more than 90 postcode areas across the country are affected.
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Water pollution is threatening to wipe out UK's life-saving leeches, experts warn 
Leeches - once widespread across the country - are in as few as 25 ponds in Kent, Hampshire and Cumbria. It is the only British leech that can suck blood from humans.
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Met police commander is fired amid bullying and false expenses allegations
Chief Superintendent Paul Martin was sacked from the Met Police after facing allegations of bullying and blowing expensed cash on booze and flight upgrades on a police trip to Florida.
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Chinese spy targeted UK for 15 years and bragged about plot to install MPs in Commons
Christine Lee, 58, the solicitor outed as an agent of the Chinese Communist Party, announced a project to get young Chinese politicians into power in Britain, it has emerged.
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Biden, new Japanese prime minister to meet virtually Friday
President Joe Biden will meet virtually with Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan on Friday
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Five-year-old British girl ‘killed in collision on French ski slope’
The child is reported to have been hit near the edge of a blue slope and died shortly afterwards.
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Five-year-old British girl ‘killed in collision on French ski slope’
The child is reported to have been hit near the edge of a blue slope and died shortly afterwards.
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Fortunes of world’s 10 richest men more than doubled in pandemic, Oxfam claims (cloned)
Anti-poverty group Oxfam calls for governments to impose a one-time 99% tax on world’s billionaires
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Two drown in Peru as abnormally big waves from Tonga volcano hit coast
More than 20 Peruvian ports closed while TV images show seawater flooding homes and businesses in country’s centre and north Two people have drowned off a beach in northern Peru, local authorities say, after unusually high waves were recorded in several coastal areas following Saturday’s eruption of an underwater volcano in Tonga.The deaths occurred on Saturday on a beach located in the Lambayeque region, Peru’s National Institute of Civil Defence (Indeci) said in a statement. Continue reading...
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Tonga volcano: Second underwater eruption detected sparking fresh tsunami fears
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Michael Gove attacks abuse of Covid grants by property owners flipping holiday homes for rentals 
The Housing Secretary (pictured) said: 'We will not stand by and allow people in privileged positions to abuse the system by unfairly claiming tax relief and leaving local people counting the cost.'
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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn spark engagement rumours with sweet Cornwall getaway
Taylor Swift and her partner Joe Alwyn took a trip to St Ives where they are thought to have rented a luxury pad to enjoy a secluded getaway
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New Zealand banks reject home loans over spending on Christmas gifts and pets as tighter rules hit
Mortgage approvals have dropped from 30,000 a month to 23,000 as lenders apply stricter rules introduced in DecemberBanks in New Zealand are rejecting home-loans over minor frivolous spending, including a $187 Kmart Christmas shop and a daily drink bought at a corner store, and money spent on pets or petrol, pushing the government to investigate whether banks are overreacting to new finance rules designed to protect vulnerable borrowers from predatory lenders.The Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act (CCCFA), updated in early December, requires all lenders to complete thorough checks to ensure loans are suitable and affordable for their customers. Continue reading...
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Djokovic arrives in Dubai after deportation from Australia
Novak Djokovic has arrived in Dubai after his deportation from Australia over its required COVID-19 vaccination ended the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player’s hopes of defending his Australian Open title
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Operation Red Meat: The battling blitz of new measures as rattled Tories try to steady the ship 
Boris Johnson (pictured with private secretary Martin Reynolds) is planning a blitz of policy announcements in a bid to seize the initiative and win back the support of Tory MPs and voters.
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Celebrated Tuskeegee Airman Charles McGee dies at 102
One of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Charles McGee, who flew fighter combat missions over three wars, has died
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NFL playoffs: 49ers upset Cowboys in thriller as Bucs and Brady rumble on
San Francisco 49ers 23-17 Dallas CowboysPhiladelphia Eagles 15-31 Tampa Bay BuccaneersPhilly’s Josh Sweat inactive after ‘life-threatening situation’Versatile receiver Deebo Samuel ran 26 yards for a touchdown the play after an interception by Dak Prescott, and the San Francisco 49ers held on for a 23-17 wildcard victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.The Cowboys had a final chance with 32 seconds remaining and were at the San Francisco 41 with 14 seconds to go when Prescott took off up the middle intending to slide and spike the ball for a final play. But Dallas didn’t get the snap off until after the clock hit 0:00. After a brief delay, referee Alex Kemp announced the game was over. Continue reading...
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Gene that can slash Covid severity by 20 per cent explains why symptoms hit some harder than others
A gene that reduces the severity of Covid infections by 20 per cent has been discovered by researchers. Scientists said their discovery will help to create drugs that are effective against the virus.
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ANDREW PIERCE: Nadine Dorries is the viewers' champion
ANDREW PIERCE: Some ministers were complaining about the licence fee. She agreed with them and has now acted on those concerns, freezing it at £159.
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North Korea test fires fourth missile in a month – reports
Japanese believe latest launch could be a ballistic missile, making it the second such test by Pyongyang in three daysNorth Korea has fired what could be the second ballistic missile in a matter of days and the fourth this month, according to reports from Japan and South Korea.The Japanese prime minister’s office and the South Korean news agency Yonhap both reported Pyongyang firing a projectile on Monday. The Japanese said it could be a ballistic missile. Continue reading...
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Two vaccine doses and a prior infection provides 90% protection against Covid for more than a YEAR
Having two vaccine jabs and a previous Covid infection provides 90 per cent protection from the virus for more than a year, a Government study has found.
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Arsenal at centre of Premier League accusations as Mikel Arteta admits integrity problem
Arsenal's game against Tottenham on Sunday afternoon was postponed after the Gunners made a request to the Premier League on Friday, which has angered rival clubs in the league.
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