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Dina Asher-Smith backs new athletes’ union after Diamond League changes

Asher-Smith’s 200m world title was accompanied by silvers in the 100m and 4x100m in Doha in September Great Britain’s 200m world champion Dina Asher-Smith says she will support the Athletics Association, an athletes’ union formed in response to changes to the Diamond League programme. American two-time Olympic triple jump...

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Orpington crash: One dead and 15 hurt as buses and car collide

Image caption One of the two buses involved in the crash was loaded on to a tow-truck One person died and 15 were injured in a crash involving two buses and a car in south-east London. The driver of the car has been arrested over the collision on Sevenoaks...

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Universal credit: MPs call for action on women driven to ‘survival sex’

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Women say being left short of money by universal credit is forcing them to make desperate decisions Evidence that women are being driven to sex work because of problems with universal credit must lead to government action, MPs have said. A number of...

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Swapping gang life for walking boots

A Londoner who was a former victim of gun crime says taking up walking as a hobby helped him escape a life of gang violence. Dwayne Fields believes it helped turn his life around and hopes sharing his experiences with young people might help them too. 24 hour electrician...

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Daughter of Briton jailed in Iran back in UK

Image copyright PA Media Image caption Richard Ratcliffe embraces his daughter, Gabriella, after she landed back in the UK The five-year-old daughter of a British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran on spying charges has returned to the UK. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 40, a charity worker from London, has been detained for...

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