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Big oil is riding to the rescue of professional cycling. Petrochemical giant Ineos has this week saved Team Sky in a move some critics have described as blatant “greenwashing”. Oil giant Total may also
Premier League dealt blow as Gary Verity resigns from Tour de Yorkshire role following 'errors of judgement'
The Premier League was dealt another setback in its search for a new chief executive on Friday night as a businessman linked with the job stepped down from his existing role amid concerns over his behaviour