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Jade Anderson: No previous reports of dangerous dogs at location where girl ‘mauled’

, and<p><b>Police have said there were no previous reports of dangerous dogs at a location in Wigan where a 14-year-old girl is thought to have been mauled</b> …

Chelsea left powerless as embarrassing Fernando Torres banner returns

Chelsea have been left powerless after a billboard poking fun at Fernando Torres outside Stamford Bridge returned this week – despite the Blues …

http://www.sport.co.uk/tennis/li-na-vs-serena-williams-miami-masters-quater-finals-match/3908584/ China's Li Na reached the quarter-finals of the Miami Masters here on Monday with an error strewn 7-6 (8/6), 6-2 win over giantkilling Spanish teenager Garbine Muguruza.

Jose Mourinho: I’m guilty of fuelling Chelsea speculation

Jose Mourinho has played down reports he has already agreed a return to Chelsea for next season, but admits he’s guilty of fuelling speculation.<p>The …

QPR’s relegation fight may drive Park Ji-Sung into reitrement, says father

QPR’s battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League this season has been so tough on midfielder Park Ji-Sung that he is ready to retire from the …

Pablo Zabaleta backs ‘force of nature’ Gareth Bale to win Player of the Year gong

<b>Manchester City full-back Pablo Zabaleta has backed Gareth Bale to win the PFA Player of the Year after branding him ‘the best player in the …

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Steven Gerrard: England stopped playing in Montenegro – but we’ll still make World Cup 2014

Steven Gerrard has admitted England stopped playing in the second-half of their disappointing 1-1 draw in Montenegro, but is still confident of World …

Nurses must spend a year on basic care

Nurses will have to spend up to a year helping patients eat, wash and get dressed – work usually done by healthcare assistants – under government …

Which well-loved foods do you hate?

Well, it seems I am in the minority of people who dislike a fry-up. I won't pretend I was expecting an overwhelming chorus of agreement, though the …

GCSE English results anomalies could happen again, says exams regulator

The government's exams regulator has said it cannot rule out further anomalies and variations in GCSE English results in coming years after the chaos …

Children need lessons on perils of pornography, say teachers

Pupils should be given lessons on the potential consequences of exposure to pornography as a way of countering the "dangerously unrealistic …

How to become a mobile app millionaire

You have an idea for an app? Of course you do. Everyone has an idea for an app. Even my mum does, despite not having fully mastered the difference …

Cold spring kills thousands of newborn lambs

Fears for the UK's already embattled upland sheep-farmers have been raised by the return of winter to hill country, which has cost thousands of …

Deleting your online presence - share your experiences

A growing number of people are claiming "the right to be forgotten" online - but removing your online profile from the internet isn't always easy as …

Sussex University protest: in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/education/gallery/2013/mar/26/studentpolitics-students<p>720<p>Windows were smashed, documents burned, and police hemmed in by …

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Welfare cuts will cost disabled people £28bn over five years

Thousands of disabled people will be hit by up to six different welfare cuts, with the very worst off potentially losing up to £23,000 each over five …

Food vouchers to provide emergency help but prevent spending on alcohol

"Food stamps" arrive in Britain next month, when tens of thousands of vulnerable people will be issued with food vouchers in lieu of money to tide …