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FA Cup quarter-final draw: Lincoln City to play Sutton United or Arsenal, Millwall to face Tottenham Hotspur

Sutton United could become the first non-league side to reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup if they beat Arsenal. 

Paul Doswell’s men will host Conference leaders Lincoln City at Gander Green Lane on a date between Saturday, March 10, and Monday, March 13 if they beat ...

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FA Cup quarter-final draw: Lincoln City to play Sutton United or Arsenal, Millwall to face Tottenham Hotspur

Sutton United could become the first non-league side to reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup if they beat Arsenal. 

Paul Doswell’s men will host Conference leaders Lincoln City at Gander Green Lane on a date between Saturday, March 10, and Monday, March 13 if they beat ...

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Mark Clattenburg will continue to referee in Premier League until end of season

Mark Clattenburg will continue to referee in the Premier League until the end of the season.

Clattenburg announced his decision last week to become head of referees in Saudi Arabia but the official will remain in English football for the rest of the current campaign.

The Premier ...

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Rory McIlroy plays round of golf with US president Donald Trump

Rory McIlroy played a round with US president Donald Trump on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a rib injury.

The world number three has not played competitively since suffering a stress fracture to one of his ribs during the South African Open in January, where he lost a ...

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Britain beats Ibiza to bask in warmest day of year so far

Temperatures have hit 18.3C (64.9F) as the country basks in the warmest day of the year so far - beating the likes of Ibiza, southern Spain and the whole of France.

The record temperature was logged at Kew Gardens, west London, where visitors enjoyed temperatures 10 degrees warmer than ...

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Kent Police warn residents over string of high value jewellery burglaries in Dartford

A string of high value burglaries in Dartford has led to Kent Police warning families to take steps to protect their homes from burglars targeting jewellery and gold.

The reminders come following a number of reported break-ins in Dartford and Medway involving the theft of jewellery. ...

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Abbey Wood cat sanctuary at risk after council rejects its planning application

A cat sanctuary in Abbey Wood is at risk of closure after planning permission to keep the home open was rejected by Greenwich council.

The CatCuddles Sanctuary is run by Evina Koroni and has been running since 2009, although Evina has been fostering cats for charities such as Cats ...

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MP warns a new crossing in Dartford would be 'catastrophic' following new congestion figures

Dartford MP Gareth Johnson has claimed it would be “catastrophic” to build another Thames Crossing in the Dartford following new figures showing the amount of time drivers spend in traffic.

New figures released by data company INRIX show that drivers spend on average 32 hours ...

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MP warns a new crossing in Dartford would be "catastrophic" following new congestion figures

Dartford MP Gareth Johnson has claimed it would be “catastrophic” to build another Thames Crossing in the Dartford following new figures showing the amount of time drivers spend in traffic.

New figures released by data company INRIX show that drivers spend on average 32 hours ...

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Scotland boss Vern Cotter handed squad fitness boost

Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has been handed an RBS 6 Nations fitness boost after a clutch of his struggling players declared themselves fit to face Wales.

Cotter has been left sweating since losing skipper Greig Laidlaw and back-rower Josh Strauss for the remainder of the ...

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UKAD chief's appearance before select committee postponed by one week

The much-anticipated appearance of UK Anti-Doping boss Nicole Sapstead before the Culture, Media and Sport (CMS) select committee has been postponed by one week to Wednesday, March 1.

Sapstead, ex-British Cycling coach Simon Cope and former Team Sky medic Dr Richard Freeman - two key ...

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Man 'killed banker after being laughed at'

An unemployed plasterer has told jurors he killed a young banker after he was "laughed at" and called a "half chap".

Trevor Timon, 31, allegedly punched 30-year-old Oliver Dearlove in the head after becoming angry that he and his friends were talking to a woman he knew.

Mr ...

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Ian Brady loses bid to launch fight for choice of tribunal lawyer

Moors Murderer Ian Brady has been refused permission to launch a "totally unique" High Court fight for the right to have the lawyer of his choice representing him at a tribunal.

Brady applied for the go-ahead to challenge a bar on solicitor-advocate Robin Makin, who has represented him for ...

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British IS fighter 'carries out suicide bombing in Iraq'

A British Islamic State fighter has reportedly carried out a suicide bombing near Mosul.

The bomber - named by the group as Abu Zakariya al-Britani - is said to have detonated an explosives-filled vehicle in a village to the south of the Iraqi city.

The Britani suffix has been used ...

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Britain enjoys warmest day of the year so far

Temperatures have hit 18.3C (64.9F) as the country basks in the warmest day of the year so far.

The temperature, which also marks the warmest day of the winter so far, was recorded at Kew Gardens, west London and Northolt, north-west London.

Heathrow Airport saw highs of 18.1C ...

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Tipper truck driver 'crushed cyclist to death by careless driving on roundabout'

A renowned art designer was crushed to death as she cycled to work in London when a lorry ran over her at a roundabout, a court has heard.

Moira Gemmill, 55, was on her way to St James's Palace when she was struck by a Mercedes tipper lorry near Lambeth Bridge in Westminster on April 9 ...

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Man charged with burglary plus eight other offences following Boots Dartford break-in

A man charged with burglary following an incident at Boots in Dartford High Street has also been charged with eight other offences.

Nicky Gale, of no fixed address, was arrested following an incident at Boots in Dartford in the early hours of last Friday morning.

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Pensioner hit by moped near Clock House station in critical condition

A pensioner who was hit by a moped near Clock House station is in critical condition.

The man, in his 70s, was taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police confirmed officers were called to the scene at 1.45pm today.

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Mercedes management duo Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda sign new long-term deals

Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda have both signed new long-term deals with Mercedes.

Lauda, who began work with the Formula One team in 2012 and Wolff, who joined one year later, will stay with the champions until at least 2020.

The duo's reign at the helm of Mercedes ...

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Royal St George's to host the 2020 Open

The R&A has announced that the 2020 Open Championship will be played at Royal St George's, the scene of Darren Clarke's memorable victory in 2011.

Royal St George's, which voted in March 2015 to admit women members, will stage the Open for the 15th time and the first since Clarke held off ...

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QC Max Hill appointed new terrorism laws watchdog

Max Hill QC has been named as the UK's new terror laws watchdog.

The barrister will take over from David Anderson QC as Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation at the start of next month.

Mr Hill has been a QC for nine years and worked on a number of high-profile ...

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