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Randers 1-3 Leicester (2-7 agg): James Maddison scores twice and Harvey Barnes claims other for Foxes

BBC Sport Thursday, 24 February 2022
James Maddison scores two beauties as Leicester make light work of Danish side Randers with a 7-2 rout on aggregate to reach the last 16 of the Europa Conference League.
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Rishi Sunak makes football gaffe at Manchester hustings [Video]

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Danish Queen Strips 4 of Her Grandchildren of Their Royal Titles [Video]

Danish Queen Strips 4 of Her Grandchildren of Their Royal Titles

Danish Queen Strips , 4 of Her Grandchildren , of Their Royal Titles. CNN reports that the Danish royal family is facing a rift after Queen Margrethe stripped four of her eight grandchildren of their royal titles. CNN reports that the Danish royal family is facing a rift after Queen Margrethe stripped four of her eight grandchildren of their royal titles. According to the 82-year-old monarch, the decision was made to help "future-proof" the monarchy. According to the 82-year-old monarch, the decision was made to help "future-proof" the monarchy. On September 29, Queen Margrethe announced that the children of her son, Prince Joachim, will no longer be considered princes or princesses. On September 29, Queen Margrethe announced that the children of her son, Prince Joachim, will no longer be considered princes or princesses. According to the Danish royal household, the move is meant to allow the junior royals to live more normal lives. . According to the Danish royal household, the move is meant to allow the junior royals to live more normal lives. . With her decision, Her Majesty The Queen wishes to create the framework for the four grandchildren to be able to shape their own lives to a much greater extent without being limited by the special considerations and duties that a formal affiliation with the Royal House of Denmark as an institution involves, Danish royal household statement, via CNN. With her decision, Her Majesty The Queen wishes to create the framework for the four grandchildren to be able to shape their own lives to a much greater extent without being limited by the special considerations and duties that a formal affiliation with the Royal House of Denmark as an institution involves, Danish royal household statement, via CNN. With her decision, Her Majesty The Queen wishes to create the framework for the four grandchildren to be able to shape their own lives to a much greater extent without being limited by the special considerations and duties that a formal affiliation with the Royal House of Denmark as an institution involves, Danish royal household statement, via CNN. Joachim is the Queen's second son. He currently lives in Paris with his wife, Princess Marie, and their two children. . Joachim is the Queen's second son. He currently lives in Paris with his wife, Princess Marie, and their two children. . CNN reports that the prince also has two older sons from his first marriage to Alexandra, the Countess of Frederiksborg. CNN reports that the prince also has two older sons from his first marriage to Alexandra, the Countess of Frederiksborg. According to the royal household, the children of Prince Joachim will have to be "addressed as excellencies in the future.". Joachim’s older brother, Crown Prince Frederik, is next in line for the throne. His oldest child, Prince Christian, remains second in line to the throne. Joachim’s older brother, Crown Prince Frederik, is next in line for the throne. His oldest child, Prince Christian, remains second in line to the throne. CNN reports that the announcement comes after similar decisions were made by other royal families to slim down the monarchy. CNN reports that the announcement comes after similar decisions were made by other royal families to slim down the monarchy

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World Cup COVID rules announced as Denmark unveil black kit in protest over Qatar human rights

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