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Owens, Barnes, Garces, Peyper to referee RWC quarterfinals

TOKYO (AP) — South Africa’s Jaco Peyper will referee his 50th test but his first Rugby World Cup quarterfinal when he takes charge of the knockout match between Wales and France at Oita, Japan on Sunday. World Rugby on Tuesday announced Peyper, Jérôme Garces of France, Nigel Owens of Wales and Wayne Barnes of England […]
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England's Big Picture: 14 - 20 October

Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.


'Do the right thing,' family of UK teen killed in crash tells U.S. diplomat's wife

Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn spoke to media in New York during a visit intended put pressure on the Trump administration to have Anne Sacoolas to be sent back to face British investigators. Harry Dunn, 19, died after a car driven by Sacoolas crashed into his motorbike near RAF Croughton, an air force base in Northamptonshire in central England used by the U.S. military. Vehicles drive on the left in the United Kingdom, and the American woman was driving on the wrong side of the road when the...


Tinker, Tailor, Writer, Spy

John le Carré takes aim at Brexit and Boris Johnson in his new novel, “Agent Running in the Field.”
Tags: England, News, John, Johnson, Boris, Le Carre, Books and Literature, Espionage and Intelligence Services, Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit, Writing and Writers, Cold War Era, Agent Running in the Field (Book


Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?

The average airline passenger leaves behind about three pounds of waste each flight. One British design firm has ideas to bring down that number.
Tags: Waste Materials and Disposal, Airlines and Airplanes, Fuel Emissions (Transportation, Airports, Design Museum (London, England


Australia 27-8 Georgia: Wallabies labour to Rugby World Cup victory

England's probable last eight opponents Australia labour to victory over Georgia in swirling wind and rain in Shizuoka.
Tags: England, News, Australia, Georgia, Wallabies


Five people injured after stabbing at mall in Manchester

Five people were stabbed Friday at a shopping mall Manchester, northwest England police say.
Tags: England, Cnn, Manchester


Katherine Brunt & Natalie Sciver announce engagement: 'We want to be role models for people to be who they are'

England's Natalie Sciver and Katherine Brunt speak to BBC Sport after announcing their engagement, saying they "want to be ambassadors and role models for boys and girls who want to be who they are".
Tags: England, News, Bbc, Katherine Brunt, Natalie Sciver


Counterterror police take over UK mall stabbing probe

LONDON (AP) — Counterterror police are now leading an investigation into a stabbing incident that injured five people at a shopping center in northwestern England, as police keep an open mind on the motive. Greater Manchester Police say a man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of serious assault. “In these early stages […]
Tags: UK, England, London, News, Ap, Nation, Greater Manchester Police


Four people injured after reported stabbing at mall in Manchester

Police are responding to reports of a stabbing at a shopping mall in Manchester, northwest England where four people have been injured.
Tags: England, Cnn, Manchester


Four people injured after incident at Manchester mall

Four people are being treated by emergency services at a shopping mall in Manchester, northwest England, as police respond to "an incident."
Tags: England, News, Manchester, Stories


Severe obesity among 10 and 11-year-olds hits all-time high in UK

Severe obesity has hit an all-time high among children in England in their last year of primary school, a government report has found.
Tags: UK, England, Cnn


Sam Simmonds: Exeter back-row aims for England recall

Exeter back-row Sam Simmonds is hoping to break back into Eddie Jones' England squad after the World Cup.
Tags: England, News, Exeter, Eddie Jones, Sam Simmonds


‘Absolutely draconian’: British brands brace for Trump’s tariffs

UK expected to be hit hardest by Trump’s latest tariffs after the 25% tax on $7.5bn of goods is set to start against the EUThere is a corner of Manhattan’s Greenwich Avenue that is forever England – and right now it’s bloody angry.“This is absolutely draconian, ridiculous,” huffed Sean Kavanagh-Dowsett, co-owner of the restaurant, Tea & Sympathy, the adjoining general products store and its neighbor, A Salt & Battery, a fish and chip shop, that has been serving all things British to locals and e...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK, England, European Union, World news, US news, Manhattan, Airbus, Donald Trump, Trump, Greenwich Avenue, Sean Kavanagh Dowsett


Raheem Sterling: Exciting England attack still has plenty to prove

Raheem Sterling is excited by England's attacking options but feels they cannot be considered among the world's best until they shine on the biggest stages.
Tags: England, News, Raheem Sterling


Southgate understands Bulgaria reaction to racism concerns over qualifier

England boss Gareth Southgate says he understands the Bulgarian football authorities' fury at suggestions racism could overshadow Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier.
Tags: England, News, Bulgaria, Gareth Southgate, Southgate


England sees 'worst summer on record' for A&E waits

Thousands of patients wait more than four hours, as doctors warn of a difficult winter ahead.
Tags: UK, England, News


UK, Irish leaders see 'pathway' to elusive Brexit deal

The leaders of Britain and Ireland said Thursday they had spotted a "pathway" to an elusive Brexit deal, keeping hopes of a breakthrough alive just three weeks before the U.K.'s deadline to leave the European Union. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Irish leader Leo Varadkar provided a status update on the issue after a private lunch meeting in northwest England that lasted for several hours. "Both continue to believe that a deal is in everybody's interest," they said in a joint stateme...
Tags: UK, England, News, Britain, Ireland, Boris Johnson, Leo Varadkar


Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar say they 'see pathway' to Brexit deal

Prime ministers’ Wirral meeting appears to revive hope of agreement between UK and EULatest Brexit news - live updatesBoris Johnson and Leo Varadkar have agreed they can see a “pathway to a possible Brexit deal” but warned there were still challenges ahead if an agreement was to be struck at next week’s EU summit.The prime minister hosted his Irish counterpart for a private encounter at a country house in Wirral in the north-west of England, which they described as a “detailed and constructive d...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, England, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Leo Varadkar, Brexit


'Stokes has kicked me out of own patch' for Hundred, jokes Root

England captain Joe Root jokes Ben Stokes has "kicked him out of his own patch" for The Hundred next season.
Tags: England, News, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Stokes


Mark Duggan shooting: family settle high court claim against Met

Settlement is confidential at request of family whose case rested on ‘legality’ of shootingThe family of Mark Duggan, whose killing sparked civil unrest across England in 2011, have settled a high court claim against the Metropolitan police.Duggan, 29, was shot dead in Tottenham, north London, after armed officers intercepted the minicab in which he was travelling on the basis of intelligence that he was carrying a gun. A pistol was later found about seven metres away from the minicab. Continue ...
Tags: England, London, Law, Police, UK News, Tottenham, Metropolitan Police, Uk Riots 2011, Duggan, Mark Duggan


England's plan to leave pitch over possible racist abuse is 'offensive'

England players' plan to leave the pitch if they are racially abused in Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia is "offensive", say Bulgaria.
Tags: England, News, Sofia


UEFA signs Esprit fashion brand as women’s soccer sponsor

NYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA has signed another sponsor to be a dedicated backer of women’s soccer. UEFA says fashion brand Esprit will supply clothes to “UEFA staff and volunteers working on site” at women’s competitions through the 2021 European Championship in England. The apparel will be seen first at the Women’s Champions League final […]
Tags: England, News, Sports, Uefa, Nyon Switzerland, Esprit


James Maddison: England and Leicester midfielder withdraws from Euro 2020 qualifiers squad

Leicester City midfielder James Maddison pulls out of the England squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers through illness.
Tags: England, News, Leicester, Leicester City, James Maddison


Maddison withdraws from England squad with illness

Leicester City midfielder James Maddison pulls out of the England squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers through illness.
Tags: England, News, Leicester City, Maddison, James Maddison


Brexit: No deal would put lives at risk, says former chief medical officer - live news

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 9.33am BST As the Liverpool Echo reports, there is speculation that the Boris Johnson/Leo Varadkar meeting will take place in the city.This would be another reason why No 10 might want to keep the location of the talks secret, because Johnson is still unpopular in the city because of an editorial he published when he was editor of the Spectator 15 years ago that was offensive to Liverpudlians.If Boris Johnson is in Liverpool...
Tags: Europe, Politics, England, European Union, UK News, Britain, Foreign Policy, Labour, Liverpool, United Kingdom, House Of Commons, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Downing Street, Leo Varadkar


Rugby World Cup: Typhoon Hagibis forces England-France off; Scotland wait & Ireland play

England's World Cup match against France is called off because of Typhoon Hagibis, but Scotland must wait on their crucial game, while Ireland's fixture is set to go ahead.
Tags: UK, England, News, France, Scotland, Ireland, England France


Wales in line for France quarter-final after typhoon cancels World Cup matches

England's World Cup match against France is called off because of Typhoon Hagibis, but Scotland must wait on their crucial game, while Ireland's fixture is set to go ahead.
Tags: England, News, Wales, France, Scotland, Ireland


Brexit Bulletin: Make-or-Break Time

Brexit is 21 days away.(Bloomberg) -- Sign up here to get the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox every weekday.Today in Brexit: Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar hold a crunch lunch.What’s happening? U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar will meet in an undisclosed location somewhere in the north of England for last-minute talks to break the deadlock. Sometime this afternoon, we may know the fate of Brexit.These conversations have to go well, if Britain is to have any ...
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What are the issues facing Southgate's England?

Gareth Southgate has no problems in attack but he must solve England's defensive flaws or quality opposition will rip them apart, says BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty.
Tags: England, News, Bbc, Gareth Southgate, Southgate



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