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Jimmy Peters (second row, far right) was a rugby pioneer Jimmy Peters – The first black England rugby international Date: Tuesday, 24 September Time: 18:00 BST Listen via: BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Sounds From his father being mauled to death by a lion, to his abandonment, to representing his country and then ultimately being […]

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James Maddison’s long-range finish helped Leicester come from behind and extend Spurs’ miserable record away from home James Maddison’s first league goal of the season helped Leicester come from behind to beat Tottenham in an absorbing encounter at the King Power Stadium. Maddison drilled a superb low effort into the far corner from distance to […]

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Arsenal lost against Chelsea in last year’s Europa League final Goals from academy gradates Joe Willock and Bukayo Saka helped Arsenal overcome a difficult test against Eintracht Frankfurt and begin their Europa League campaign with a victory. Willock put the Gunners in front with a deflected shot in the first half before Saka smashed in […]

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Ross Barkley was the first Englishman to take a penalty for Chelsea since Frank Lampard in April 2014 Chelsea’s return to the Champions League ended in disappointment as Ross Barkley missed a late penalty that ensured Valencia claimed victory at Stamford Bridge. Frank Lampard’s first game as a manager in the tournament he won as […]

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There are “no guarantees” Crossrail will be finished by March 2021, that’s according to transport bosses but they are optimistic. The ongoing delays are devastating for people and businesses up and down the line. Many say their businesses won’t be here if the project is delayed again. See more on this from Inside Out on […]

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A new policy has been introduced at nightclubs in London’s West End after complaints that some are discriminating against people based on the colour of their skin. Following several complaints about door policies, Westminster City Council now wants venues to sign up to a voluntary code of conduct to make them more inclusive. The code […]

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Wrestling shows pack arenas and stadiums across the world but a new independent scene in London is creating its own home-grown stars. Progress Wrestling started in 2011 and has grown in popularity since then. It means women like Amy Samadzija, also known as Candy Floss, can step into the ring and make a name for […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The RMT Union represents 10,000 workers on the London Underground Trade unions suspended a threat of strike action on the London Underground last week after successful talks with Transport for London (TfL). There has not been a strike on the Tube during 2019 but have industrial relations improved since […]

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Frank Kelly has been a signal operator for more than five decades on the London Underground. But the signal box he operates will soon be replaced as automation is introduced to signalling at the junction. And after many years of dedicated service, Frank will be retiring with the signal box. boiler service Godstone Source link

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Kate Isaacs started #NotYourPorn when her friend’s video was uploaded to Pornhub without her consent. Since then Kate has discovered that women across the country are also suffering from non-consensual pornography being hosted on the site. She is pushing for a change in the law around so-called revenge porn so that websites hosting the content […]

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