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MPs told off for playing football in House of Commons

A group of MPs are told off by the Speaker for "displaying football skills" in the House of Commons. READ MORE

Roger Federer: Rafael Nadal's ex-coach says the Swiss won't win a Grand Slam in 2019

Roger Federer will not win a Grand Slam next year, according to the uncle and former coach of long-time rival Rafael Nadal. READ MORE

Pep Guardiola: Man City boss warned by FA over Anthony Taylor comments

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been warned by the FA after he spoke about referee Anthony Taylor before the Manchester derby. READ MORE

Nobbs 'heartbroken' as knee injury leaves her a doubt for World Cup

England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs says she is "heartbroken" as an ACL injury makes her a doubt for the 2019 World Cup. READ MORE

Homophobic attack prompts France team to wear rainbow laces

France's national rugby team will wear rainbow laces this weekend as a gesture of support for Gareth Thomas after the former Wales international was the victim of a homophobic attack. READ MORE

Indian groom gets shot on wedding day and still marries

Shot on the way to his wedding, the man made his vows with a bullet still lodged in his shoulder. READ MORE

Italy budget 'sleepwalking into instability' - Commission

The European Commission says formal sanctions on Italy are warranted over its high-spending budget. READ MORE

'Vibrant Scotland are worth getting excited about'

Former Scotland winger Pat Nevin is enthused by the "youthful energy" and "vibrancy" of the team that beat Albania and Israel. READ MORE

Hines Ward: Why Thanksgiving football is special

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Briton Matthew Hedges jailed for life on UAE spy charge

British academic Matthew Hedges is jailed after the United Arab Emirates accuses him of spying. READ MORE

Moroccan woman in UAE 'killed lover and cooked him'

The Moroccan confessed to feeding his remains to Pakistani workers in the UAE in a traditional dish. READ MORE

'I’ve been assaulted, kicked, punched and spat at' - your stories of life as an amateur referee

When a referee suffered a broken jaw during an attack by a group of players, we asked for you to share your experiences of being amateur football referees. READ MORE