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Christian Eriksen: Inter Milan raise offer to Tottenham to £11m plus bonuses for midfielder
Inter Milan are willing to pay £11m plus two bonuses to sign Christian Eriksen from Tottenham this month, according to Sky in Italy.
Prince Harry arrives on Vancouver Island to begin new life
Prince Harry has arrived on Vancouver Island to begin his new life with Meghan and baby Archie.
Harry and Meghan: Netflix boss interested in working with the Sussexes
A top Netflix official has said the streaming giant is keen to work with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Uber and London transport chiefs hold crunch talks amid licence dispute
The chief executive of Uber Technologies has held private talks with London's transport supremo amid the legal battle overshadowing the ride-hailing app's biggest British operation.
International Space Station: All-women astronaut crew changes batteries
NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch have completed work to change the batteries on the International Space Station's solar power grid in what was the third ever all-woman spacewalk.
Nora Quoirin's family sue Malaysian resort where teen stayed before she died
The family of a teenager who was found dead in Malaysia after disappearing from her bed are suing the owner of the resort where she was staying.
Ex-Interpol boss Meng Hongwei jailed for 13 years in China over bribes
Meng Hongwei, the former head of Interpol, has been sentenced to 13-and-a-half-years in prison after he admitted accepting millions in bribes.
Iranian politician 'offers $3m to whoever kills Trump'
An Iranian politician is reportedly offering a $3m "award" for "whoever kills Trump".
Trump impeachment: Law distinguishes between a 'sin and crime', says president's lawyer
The White House has unveiled its legal defence as the Senate prepares for the start of Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Tuesday.
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal suffers first defeat in the House of Lords
Boris Johnson has suffered a defeat in the House of Lords as peers backed an amendment to his Brexit legislation.
Downing Street: John Bercow peerage from Labour would go against convention
Downing Street has cast doubt on a reported move by Labour to nominate John Bercow for a peerage.
Queen's grandson Peter Phillips flogs royal connections in Chinese milk ad
The Queen's grandson has appeared in a milk advert in China, fuelling a discussion about how Prince Harry and Meghan might make their money as they step away from royal duties.
Facebook is hiring UK staff ahead of new London office launch
Facebook says it is to create 1,000 new jobs in the UK this year, delivering a vote of confidence in the UK economy ahead of Brexit.
Anthony Joshua reveals new negotiations to fight Deontay Wilder
Anthony Joshua insists a "curveball" offer could tempt Deontay Wilder into a dream undisputed heavyweight championship fight, and has revealed he has held meetings to discuss how to set it up.
Sir Philip Green sex assault charges are 'dismissed' - Arcadia
Sir Philip Green's company says sex assault charges against him in the US have been dismissed by a judge.
Wales: Hundreds of starlings found dead were 'avoiding bird of prey'
The mystery of hundreds of starlings found dead on a road in Anglesey has been solved by police who think they were avoiding a predator.
Harry and Meghan: The duke has landed but the Sussexes' future is still up in the air
Thirteen hours after taking off from London, the Duke of Sussex bounced down the steps of a small passenger plane and into his new life in Canada.
Ghosn escape triggers Yamaha instrument case warning
Without context it might seem like a bit of a random warning but Yamaha is advising people not to try to climb inside musical instrument cases.
Labour leadership: Sir Keir Starmer makes it through to final round of contest to succeed Jeremy Corbyn
Sir Keir Starmer has become the first candidate to make it through to the final round of the Labour leadership race.