Paul Casey targets Ryder Cup spot after landmark victory at Dubai Desert Classic

Englishman was congratulated by Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington at the finish


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Mike Tyson knocks out wrestler Cash Wheeler with huge punch and officially joins Inner Circle on AEW Dynamite
'Iron' Mike got physical on Dynamite.
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What caused mysterious Australian megafauna extinction? Not size, say scientists
Wombat-like creatures as big as cars, six-foot tall birds and extra-long lizards once roamed the earth
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Queen’s first statement since Philip’s death – heartfelt message to Caribbean islands
THE QUEEN has issued her first public statement as the British monarch since Prince Philip's death last Friday.
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Inside Malta home where Queen and Prince Philip spent 'happiest years of life'
Villa Guardamangia, on the outskirts of the capital Valletta, is to be returned to its state when it was home to the royal couple in what they said was one of the happiest periods of their lives
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Queen Elizabeth welcomes new Lord Chamberlain after Philip’s death
QUEEN ELIZABETH II has formally met her new Lord Chamberlain following the death of her husband, Prince Philip.
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Sarah Ferguson not invited to Duke's funeral but supports Queen with daily walks
An insider was reported to have said that Sarah Ferguson had been out giving her support to the monarch, who it was said has a 'soft spot' for her
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Police officer who shot Daunte Wright in traffic stop charged with manslaughter
Kimberly Potter, 48, is due to appear at court on Thursday. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine
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Pollution from Australia wildfires ‘warmed stratosphere by 1°C for six months’
Wildfire smoke contains small amounts of black carbon that absorbs sunlight and heats the surrounding air
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Taylor Swift met with backlash as Pete Waterman says Scooter Braun 'made her'
Former Pop Idol judge Pete Waterman has branded Taylor Swift as "a woman scorned" during her fallout out with Scooter Braun
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Biden set to sanction Russian officials over massive SolarWinds hack
Package of sanctions could see 10 officials expelled and comes in response to cybersecurity breach of US governmentThe Biden administration is planning to announce sanctions on Russian officials as soon as Thursday, in a move that will target several individuals and entities, according to several people familiar on the matter.A package of sanctions targeting several Russian officials will be coupled with orders also expelling some of them from the United States, said one informant. Continue reading...
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Mom suspected in children's deaths pleads in carjacking case
A California woman suspected of killing her three children has pleaded not guilty to carjacking during an alleged escape
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David Cameron’s lobbying scandal
The Guardian’s banking correspondent, Kalyeena Makortoff, and political correspondent Rajeev Syal discuss the unprecedented formal inquiry into lobbying by the former prime minister David Cameron on behalf of the collapsed finance company Greensill CapitalThe Guardian’s banking correspondent, Kalyeena Makortoff, talks to Rachel Humphreys about Greensill, a company that specialised in supply-chain finance, and its relationship with the former prime minister David Cameron. Cameron joined Greensill as an adviser in 2018, two years after resigning as prime minister. It has emerged that last year he sent texts to Rishi Sunak, the chancellor, and “informally” phoned two other Treasury ministers, asking for Greensill Capital to get the largest possible allocation of government-backed loans under the Covid corporate financing facility, or CCFF. He also lobbied a No 10 aide, and in 2019 took Lex Greensill to a “private drink” with Matt Hancock, the health secretary. Although Cameron hasn’t broken any rules, there have been questions raised over the fact that he appears to have used personal contacts to seek preferential treatment for a company in which he had a financial stake. On Monday No 10 said it was launching an independent investigation into Cameron’s lobbying, led by the corporate lawyer and government adviser Nigel Boardman. Rachel also hears from Guardian political correspondent Rajeev Syal about how Cameron has responded to the scandal and the wider role of lobbying in UK politics. Continue reading...
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David Cameron says he will ‘respond positively’ to MPs’ lobbying inquiry
David Cameron has said he intends to respond “positively” to any request to give evidence to any of the inquiries taking place into the Greensill affair.
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Martin Freeman's ex fears split caused 'irreparable damage' to their kids
Martin Freeman and Amanda Abbington were together for 16 years and the actress says she didn't want to hide the "really bad days" of their split from their kids
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Queen is 'well prepared' to continue carrying out her Royal duties after Philip's death
QUEEN ELIZABETH is "well prepared" to continue carrying out her official roles as monarch despite the death of Prince Philip, a royal expert suggested.
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Alex Salmond says again that he does not know if Russia was behind the Salisbury novichok poisonings
The former SNP leader last week failed to condemn Vladimir Putin for the 2018 attack which left one woman dead and four others seriously exposed to the nerve agent.
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Duke of Edinburgh award launches new fund in memory of its founder
A NEW fund, set up in memory of Prince Philip, has been launched to help one million more young people achieve a Duke of Edinburgh award.
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Study finds that blocking seats on planes reduces virus risk
A new study says leaving middle seats open could reduce the risk of airline passengers contracting the virus that causes COVID-19
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Prince Philip and the Queen’s ‘strict’ breakfast routine which royals kept for decades
PRINCE PHILIP and the Queen had a "strict" breakfast routine carried out each morning for decades, according to reports.
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Stabbing horror: Arrests as one dead and three injured in Norwich attack - murder inquiry
TWO men have been arrested after one man and three people were injured in a stabbing in Norwich last night, police have said.
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PAUL THOMAS on... David Cameron feeling the heat
'Calm down, Dave - it's only for the duration of the lobbying inquiry'
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Is THIS moment Queen fell in love with Princess Charlotte? Touching gaze caught on camera
KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William have paid a touching tribute to Prince Philip by sharing various family portraits on their social media platforms.
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‘Cancel the Olympics’: fashion outcry as Canada brings back jean jackets for Tokyo
Denim outfits welcomed with mix of outrage and delightDesigners say uniforms reflect Tokyo’s street art and fashionFor sports fans, there are many reasons to be thankful that the Tokyo Olympics look like they will take place – a year late – despite concerns about coronavirus: the chance to see supreme athletes compete at the highest level, an opportunity to deliver your definitive opinion on the Montenegro water polo team and marvel at the proxy superpower struggle at the top of the medal table. But the biggest treat of all could happen on the final night of the Games when the Canadian team walk out for the closing ceremony.The athletes will be clad in graffiti-splashed denim jackets that would have been very current at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona or on Degrassi Junior High at its peak, but haven’t quite passed muster among 21st-century critics on social media. Continue reading...
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Benefits claimant received more than £100,000 they were not due
HM Revenue & Customs oversaw large sums being paid over several years following the logging of incorrect information about family income.
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Russian troops paint assault vehicles with 'invasion stripes' as Putin's force grows
Yesterday footage emerged in Astrakhan, 350 miles from the front, showing Russian BTR 80 armoured personnel carriers daubed with broad white stripes on their way to a railway station.
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Looking back at Prince Philip's remarkable life 
During a heated exchange at Westminster, one Right-wing Tory MP, Anthony Beaumont-Dark, stated he believes that Prince Philip represents a glaring contradiction.
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Covid crisis Canada: Justin Trudeau claims Britain is facing a 'very serious' THIRD wave
Cases in Canada, which was praised by pundits for its early response to the coronavirus outbreak, recently hit 207.3 per million people, according to new data from Johns Hopkins University.
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Mother saw son, 4, snatched away by woman 'high on GHB' at Royal Albert Hall, court hears
The mother was attending a children's concert at the famous London music venue with her young boy when he was carried away by Charlotte Robbins. Robbins, 26, denies child abduction.
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CRAIG BROWN: As Mick Jagger releases a new song, how his lyrics can leave you befuddled 
CRAIG BROWN: Sir Mick Jagger is a heroic figure. Unlike other stars of his vintage, he still manages to sing and dance with the vitality of a man in his 20s. But enunciation has never been his strong point.
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US Navy decommissions massive ship destroyed by fire
The U.S. Navy has decommissioned the USS Bonhomme Richard docked off San Diego nine months after flames engulfed it in one of the worst U.S. warship fires outside of combat in recent memory
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Pupils who follow a religion do better in class... even if they are not studying at a faith school
Children aged 14 who say faith is important in their lives typically go on to pass more GCSEs than non-believing pupils.
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‘Can babies see ghosts?’ The best of Yahoo Answers
After 16 years, one of the internet’s first – and most surreal – Q&A platforms is to be shut downBefore Reddit’s Am I the Asshole? forum for the “frustrated moral philosopher”, or days-long Twitter debates about whether you wash your legs in the shower, there was Yahoo Answers: one of the first online crowdsourcing resources, now a repository of infamously idiosyncratic wisdom.Established in 2005, the “knowledge-sharing” platform was where you might turn for help with a head-scratcher such as “How do I get black ink from a Biro out of coloured clothes?”, “What documents do you need to enter China?” or “Any ladies want to show me their boobs?”. Continue reading...
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Royals will not wear military uniform at Prince Philip’s funeral
It means Harry will not have to face being one of the only close family members who is not in uniform at the service
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Apple launches study to discover if Apple Watch can detect Covid-19
Tech giant has teamed up with University of Washington and Seattle Flu Study for project
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Twerking for a new Australian navy ship: the dancers who launched a thousand memes
The Australian defence force’s latest scandal involves a twerk dance in hotpants in front of the HMAS Supply, an upset Liberal MP and front-page tabloid treatment. How did it happen? So I hear there is a new scandal involving the Australian defence force?Yeah, there’s been further developments this week regarding the investigation into war crimes allegedly committed in Afghanistan … Continue reading...
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Graham says every extremist camp is 'on steroids' after Biden Afghanistan announcement
Lindsey Graham took the first swing at President Joe Biden's plan to withdraw all the U.S. troops from Afghanistan, scheduling a press conference Wednesday following the president's remarks.
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Office worker in China accuses boss of harassment and beats him with mop in video
Woman threw books and water at supervisor, outraged at receiving unwanted texts
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Britain’s most fantastic fossil finds, from dinosaur firsts to female pioneers
UK has long punched above its weight for unearthing extinct creatures - but what are the most incredible discoveries made here?
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Prince Philip 'was determined to try and save Charles and Diana's marriage'
In a series of articles looking back on the late Prince's life royal biographer Gyles Brandreth said that when the marriage had been rocky he and the Queen urged a compromise
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Royal family disputes 'parked' after Prince Harry's UK return with 'wounds still raw'
PRINCE Harry has reached out to his father, brother and cousins Princess Beatrice and Eugenie upon returning to the UK.
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Food market ban by WHO overlooks risk from chickens and fish, warn activists
‘As long as live-animal markets remain open, sensitive beings will suffer and humans will be at risk,’ says Peta
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Crocodile and a shark face off in crystal clear water in Australia's Top End
The croc was seen floating on the water's surface in the Northern Territory's Wessel Islands last Saturday as a shark lurked beneath it, circling the reptile.
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Boris Johnson reportedly intervened in Saudi bid for Newcastle United
Government says it was ‘not involved at any point’ in failed takeover, despite plea from crown prince
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Kim Jong-un’s 'dangerous' sister tipped to be ‘international tough guy’ after US threat
KIM JONG-UN's sister is a "dangerous" figure who can "drive international tensions", according to an expert.
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Fort Jackson Drill Instructor Jonathan Pentland charged with third degree assault after viral video
Jonathan Pentland, 42, was charged Wednesday, Richland County Sheriff said Wednesday. A video of his altercation in the Summit neighborhood quickly went viral on Monday.
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Heathrow arrivals facing lengthy six-hour queues as police 'forced to step in'
People flying into the UK for essential travel are apparently already facing significant delays at the airport, despite passenger number being far lower than usual
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Unite candidate accuses rival McCluskey of spending 'eye-watering amounts' of cash
Gerard Coyne blasted the current Unite leader Len McCluskey over costs which rose from £7million to £98million for a 170-room four-star hotel, conference centre and Birmingham Unite offices.
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