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Game Of Thrones star backs campaign concerning learning disability people's care
Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington has urged the public to back a campaign about overnight care for people with learning disabilities.
Kit Harington is an ambassador for learning disability charity Mencap
No question of any wrongdoing linked to Lib Dem election spending: Vince Cable
Christine Jardine won the Edinburgh West seat for the Lib Dems in June
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has said his party has "nothing to apologise for" after questions were raised about election campaign spending.
Stephen Hawking: Jeremy Hunt 'cherry-picked research to justify NHS argument'
The world-renowned scientist stressed "we cannot lose" the NHS
Professor Stephen Hawking has attacked the Conservatives over their handling of the NHS and accused Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt of "abusing" science to justify policies.
Alastair Cook's 243 gives England complete control at Edgbaston
Alastair Cook's double-century underpinned England's mammoth first innings at Edgbaston
Alastair Cook's Edgbaston vigil ended at last on 243 and brought an instant England declaration on 514 for eight midway through day two of the first Investec Test against West Indies.
Spain terrorists were plotting larger attacks, police say
The terrorists behind deadly attacks in Spain that killed 14 people were preparing bigger atrocities than those they carried out, police said.
Tottenham make move for Ajax's Davinson Sanchez
Davinson Sanchez is Tottenham's first signing of the summer
Tottenham's long wait for a summer signing ended with the announcement of a move for Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez subject to a medical and the granting of a work permit.
Liverpool reject improved Barcelona bid for Coutinho
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho has been the subject of a third bid
Liverpool have rejected a third bid from Barcelona for wantaway playmaker Philippe Coutinho.
Winston Reid set to see out career at West Ham after signing new long-term deal
Winston Reid has been at West Ham since 2010
West Ham defender Winston Reid has signed a mammoth new six-year contract.
IPCC: Officers who ignored warnings on paedophile Ian Watkins can face no action
Ian Watkins was jailed for 29 years after admitting a string of child sex offences
Officers who would have faced gross misconduct hearings over failures to investigate allegations about paedophile rocker Ian Watkins will face no action as they have retired, the Independent Police Complaints Commission said.
Castleford eyeing world glory after ending top of the pile
Castleford celebrate their League Leaders Shield success but are already preparing for their next challenge.
After claiming their first domestic league trophy in 91 years, Castleford are now aiming to conquer the world.
UEFA opens disciplinary proceedings against Everton and Hajduk Split
Hajduk Split fans during the match at Goodison Park
UEFA has announced the opening of disciplinary proceedings against Everton and Hajduk Split after their Europa League play-off on Thursday.
Gylfi Sigurdsson ready to make Everton debut
Everton's new signing Gylfi Sigurdsson was introduced to the crowd before the Europa League play-off against Hajduk Split
Record signing Gylfi Sigurdsson is ready to made his debut for Everton - 16 years after he first trained with the club.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola saddened by Barcelona terror attack
Pep Guardiola has paid tribute to victims of the Barcelona terrorist attack
Former Barcelona captain and coach Pep Guardiola has spoken of his sorrow following Thursday's terrorist attack in his home city.
Becky James: Retirement came easy after going close before
Becky James was proud to overcome injury and illness to finish her career with two Olympic silver medals
Becky James came close to giving up long before announcing her retirement aged 25.
Jeremy Corbyn praises scheme using food which had been destined for landfill
Jeremy Corbyn is touring marginal constituencies
The food supply chain in the UK is "morally mad" with just 4% of surplus food saved from needless waste, volunteers told Jeremy Corbyn on his tour of marginal constituencies.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is keen to keep defender Jonny Evans
Manchester City's bid for Jonny Evans has been rejected
West Brom head coach Tony Pulis wants to keep Manchester City target Jonny Evans and insists the club do not need to sell the defender.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: We're the problem if we don’t win at Wembley
Mauricio Pochettino says Spurs will have nobody to blame but themselves if they do not perform at Wembley
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has challenged his players to make Wembley home and insists their poor record at the national stadium is nothing to do with the unfamiliar surroundings.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte laughs off Diego Costa 'criminal' claims
Diego Costa wants Chelsea to lower their demands to allow him to return to Atletico Madrid
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has laughed off Diego Costa's suggestion that he has been treated like "a criminal" and says the striker is in "the past".
'Under a third' of funds raised reaches those hit by Grenfell Tower fire
Almost half of the £19,018,782 gathered by fundraisers for Grenfell Tower victims has been sent to distributors, the Charity Commission said
Less than a third of the money raised for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire has reached their pockets, new data shows.
Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer could still swoop for Oliver Burke
Oliver Burke has been linked with a move back to England
Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer has refused to rule out a move for Scotland youngster Oliver Burke.
Nicola Sturgeon admits use of 'national' in name of SNP could be 'problematic'
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon with author Elif Shafak at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Nicola Sturgeon has said she wishes she could turn the clock back and change the name of the Scottish National Party.
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