Here's how to drive more efficiently

Here's how to drive more efficiently

In today's world, everyone is conscious about efficiency, especially when it comes to motoring. We'd all like a few more MPGs and few less CO2 emissions.
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Eddie Jones apologises after making 'half-Asian' joke in press conference

Eddie Jones apologises after making 'half-Asian' joke in press conference

England head coach Eddie Jones was forced to apologise after making a bizarre remark about racism that has invited renewed scrutiny of his England regime. Jones was asked at a press conference on Thursday afternoon about his meditation practise h...
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102-year-old Second World War veteran describes fighting off burglar

102-year-old Second World War veteran describes fighting off burglar

102-year-old Second World War veteran John Cox describes how he suffered cuts and bruises after the intruder tried to break into his Lincoln home. Lincolnshire Police said a 47-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of carrying out four burg...
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John McDonnell: Julian Assange should not be extradited to the US

John McDonnell: Julian Assange should not be extradited to the US

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should not be extradited to the US for political purposes. The Labour politician on Thursday visited Assange for two hours at Belmarsh prison in southeast London, where the Au...
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Blair says all Labour leadership contenders 'significant improvement' on Corbyn

Blair says all Labour leadership contenders 'significant improvement' on Corbyn

Any of the three remaining Labour leadership hopefuls would be a "significant improvement" on Jeremy Corbyn, according to former prime minister Tony Blair. But he has vowed to keep his own preferred candidate close to his chest out of fear of doi...
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Coronavirus assessment pods appear outside Derbyshire hospital

Coronavirus assessment pods appear outside Derbyshire hospital

Coronavirus assessment pods at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. The pods are part of the government's plans for the containment phase of Covid-19, and patients displaying symptoms will use the chambers to follow the NHS 1...
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Married cops on date night foil armed robbery

Married cops on date night foil armed robbery

Two off duty police officers on a date night sprung into action when they realised the chicken shop they were eating in was being robbed. The pair were eating at Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers in Louisville, Kentucky, when a man wearing a mask wa...
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Paul Parker urges players to stand their ground if subjected to racist abuse

Paul Parker urges players to stand their ground if subjected to racist abuse

Former England defender Paul Parker believes players should stand their ground and not walk off the pitch if they are subjected to racist abuse from the terraces. Porto striker Moussa Marega was restrained by team-mates and opposition players as ...
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JMW Turner GBP20 banknote enters circulation

JMW Turner GBP20 banknote enters circulation

A new GBP20 banknote featuring artist JMW Turner will now start to appear in ATMs and tills as it enters circulation. The new polymer GBP20 note will replace the paper GBP20 note featuring economist Adam Smith and has been hailed by the Bank of E...
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Coronavirus: The confirmed cases around the world

Coronavirus: The confirmed cases around the world

Here is a look at the total confirmed Covid-19 cases across the world.
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Upton-upon-Severn surrounded by flood water

Upton-upon-Severn surrounded by flood water

Flood water continues to surround Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, in the aftermath of Storm Dennis. The Environment Agency reported England has already had 141% of its average February rainfall so far this month courtesy of Dennis, adding that...
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Brexit briefing: 315 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 315 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Donald Trump takes aim at Democratic opponents

Donald Trump takes aim at Democratic opponents

US President Donald Trump takes aim at his opponents during a rally in Arizona. He addressed supporters in Phoenix as six Democratic presidential contenders - including a new candidate, billionaire Mike Bloomberg- were debating in the neighbouri...
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Meet the ploggers cleaning the streets of Bristol

Meet the ploggers cleaning the streets of Bristol

Litter louts and couch potatoes beware - a Bristol NHS worker has recruited her very own 'plogging' army, who have declared war on slackers and slobs, by jogging while they clean up their city's streets.
Jimmy Greaves' remarkable career in numbers as he turns 80

Jimmy Greaves' remarkable career in numbers as he turns 80

Former England striker Jimmy Greaves turns 80 on Thursday. We takes a look at his career in numbers.
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Fury and Wilder get physical at final pre-fight press conference

Fury and Wilder get physical at final pre-fight press conference

Deontay Wilder controversially taunted rival Tyson Fury about his mental health battles in a fiery press conference ahead of Saturday's WBC heavyweight title rematch. The pair kicked off their final media event with a shoving match ahead of Satur...
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Mourinho praises his side despite 1-0 loss to Leipzig

Mourinho praises his side despite 1-0 loss to Leipzig

Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho reflects on the club's 1-0 defeat to RB Leipzig. Tottenham suffered a 1-0 home defeat in the first leg of their last-16 tie with RB Leipzig but Mourinho has faith his "fantastic group of players" can salvage a win.
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Pep Guardiola: It's not over

Pep Guardiola: It's not over

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola gives his first press conference since City were hit with a two-season European football ban by UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play rules. He says the club will appeal the decision. Guardiola says that he ...
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'Month's worth of rain' expected in parts of UK over the next 24 hours

'Month's worth of rain' expected in parts of UK over the next 24 hours

Storm Dennis may have gone but further agony is in store for beleaguered communities across flood-hit Britain - with forecasters predicting a month's worth of rain in the next 24 hours in some places. Those already battling with the aftermath of ...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Andreas Pereira say Club Brugge are a threat

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Andreas Pereira say Club Brugge are a threat

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and midfielder Andreas Pereira discuss the challenges of their Europa League round of 32 first leg tie at Club Brugge.
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Locals plough on with their day as floodwaters rise in Worcestershire

Locals plough on with their day as floodwaters rise in Worcestershire

On the outskirts of Upton-upon-Severn, on a flooded road into the Worcestershire town, one man was unperturbed by the conditions - heading down the road in waders for some bread, milk "and a pint".
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Conservationists astonished as rare hornbill chicks born in captivity

Conservationists astonished as rare hornbill chicks born in captivity

Hidden cameras at Chester Zoo have captured footage showing the hatching of two rare hornbill chicks - the first of their kind to hatch in the UK in 13 years. It's believed to be the only time rhinoceros hornbill chicks have been filmed hatching ...
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Syrian father teaches daughter to laugh at sound of air strikes

Syrian father teaches daughter to laugh at sound of air strikes

A Syrian father and daughter have learned to deal with the horrors of the country's ongoing civil war by making a game from the sound of bombs. The family were forced to flee their home due to the Syrian civil war, and have taken refuge with Mr M...
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Patient plays violin while surgeons remove brain tumour

Patient plays violin while surgeons remove brain tumour

A patient at King's College Hospital in London has played the violin while surgeons removed a tumour from her brain. The unusual approach was taken to ensure areas of the patient's brain responsible for delicate hand movement and co-ordination -...
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Soriano: UEFA allegations against Man City simply not true

Soriano: UEFA allegations against Man City simply not true

UEFA's allegations of Financial Fair Play regulation breaches against Manchester City are "simply not true", says chief executive Ferran Soriano. City were last Friday given a two-season ban from European football and fined 30 million euros (GBP2...
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