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Brothers jailed for conning elderly people into paying for ineffective insulation under mobile homes.
Drivers and couriers for companies like Uber and Deliveroo need full worker rights, MPs say.
Women at a mass wedding receive wooden paddles with messages such as "for use against drunkards".
WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he is "not perfect" and is looking at improving his weaknesses following his defeat of Wladimir Klitschko.
Tottenham's victory over Arsenal means they can "put psychological pressure" on Chelsea, says manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he is mystified by his lack of pace after he finished fourth at the Russian Grand Prix.
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Premier League leaders Chelsea take a big step towards clinching the title as three second-half goals see off Everton.
Tottenham keep up their pursuit of Premier League leaders Chelsea as goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane see off rivals Arsenal.
Sarah Taylor says she felt "more pride" in resuming her England career than when she made her debut in 2006 after returning from anxiety problems.
Celtic record their biggest score at Ibrox, with Leigh Griffiths and Mikael Lustig scoring the pick of the goals in a one-sided derby contest.
The US president says he has "no idea" if the North Korean leader is sane, amid escalating tensions.
England claim two gold medals as Rajiv Ouseph and the Adcocks triumph on the final day of the European Championships in Denmark.
Four-time winner John Higgins leads 2016 champion Mark Selby 6-2 after the first session of the World Championship final.
Police decided to close the privately-run event on safety grounds following the two incidents.
Swansea boss Paul Clement claims Manchester United's Marcus Rashford "deceived" referee Neil Swarbrick to earn a penalty.
Dorset Police were called to reports intruders had entered a house in the early hours.
The woman shot in a London raid is held on suspicion of terror offences after hospital treatment.
The 36 men, women and children were held by IS in Iraq for nearly three years.