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Fans disgruntled over £90 England World Cup shirt

English football fans have cried foul over Nike's price tag for an England supporter shirt for the Fifa World Cup in Brazil.

Gay rights group gives Olympic athletes a legit way to object

Branded clothing has given athletes a way to oppose Russian laws on homosexuality without compromising their eligibility to compete at Sochi.

Alarm bells ringing ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix

Safety fears are growing ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix after members of the Force India team got caught up in a petrol bomb incident.

Regrets? I’ve had a few, says Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he regretted the uproar caused by his hiring of a former newspaper editor.

Cameron follows Murdoch into eye of the storm

British Prime Minister David Cameron will be grilled by Parliament on Wednesday about his decision to employ a former tabloid newspaper editor.

Murdoch: Most humble day of my life

Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, gave evidence in the British Parliament on Tuesday on the phone-hacking and corruption scandal.

Murdochs face grilling in UK Parliament

News Corp chief executive Rupert Murdoch and his son James face questions from Parliament on Tuesday in the phone-hacking scandal.

Hacking scandal fells Britain’s top policeman

A phone-hacking scandal centred on Rupert Murdoch's News Corp cost Britain's top policeman his job.

World powers raise pressure on Gaddafi to go

An international coalition piled pressure on Muammar Gaddafi on Tuesday to quit, pledging to continue military action against his forces.

UK’s Prince William to marry on April 29 at Westminster

Britain's Prince William is to marry his fiancee Kate Middleton on Friday April 29 at London's Westminster Abbey, his office said on Tuesday.

New UK Labour leader must appeal beyond unions

Britain's opposition Labour Party chose former Energy Secretary Ed Miliband as its new leader on Saturday after he defeated his brother David.

Obama: No intent to devalue BP

US President Barack Obama told British Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday that he had no interest in undermining the value of oil company BP.

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