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England Women humiliate Latvia 20-0 on record-breaking nightEllen White became England Women's record goalscorer as the Lionesses thrashed Latvia 20-0 in World Cup qualifying to record their biggest-ever competitive win.
Nikita Parris leaves England squad day before World Cup qualifier against LatviaForward Nikita Parris leaves the England squad the day before Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Latvia in order to take "a few days' rest".
Charlotte Bankes takes second place in World Cup snowboard crossGreat Britain's Charlotte Bankes takes second in the snowboard cross at the World Cup event in China behind Eva Samkova and ahead of Olympic champion Michela..
Snowboarding: Briton Charlotte Bankes takes second in World Cup in ChinaWorld champion Charlotte Bankes finishes second in the snowboard cross at the World Cup in China, as preparations are stepped up for next year's Winter Olympics.
Irish Deputy PM says the 5% of the nation's unvaccinated population is causing a problem
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'Slap in the face': EU leaders ask Poland to respect EU law primacy after defiant ruling
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Euro 2020 final: ‘Ticketless thugs’ put many lives at risk
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Euro 2020 final disorder: Timeline and witness accounts of those at the gameTicketless fans looked "like a line of 6,000 zombies trying to get in" and one even "hijacked a disabled child's wheelchair".
Met Police: 'Deep regret' over Euro 2020 violence
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Euro 2020 final disorder Ticketless thugs 'could have killed' at England v Italy game"Ticketless, drunken and drugged-up thugs" could have caused death at the Euro 2020 final as they attempted to storm Wembley Stadium says an independent review.
Fans could have been killed after 'mindless thugs' stormed Euro 2020 final, report findsA report into the violence at the Euro 2020 final at Wembley has concluded 2,000 ticketless fans stormed the stadium, creating a situation where people could..
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