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Jorge Vilda sacked as boss of World Cup winners Spain

Spain’s Women’s World Cup-winning coach Jorge Vilda has been sacked amid the fallout from the scandal involving the Spanish federation president Luis Rubiales. Vilda was the only member of the women’s national team coaching set-up not to resign in protest at the behaviour of Rubiales at the end of the World Cup final, but the …

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All F1 teams awarded compliance certificates after sticking to 2022 budget cap

Formula One’s governing body has announced that all of the grid’s 10 teams have been awarded compliance certificates after sticking to last season’s budget cap. Despite murmurings in the paddock that some teams might have breached the 135 millions US dollars (£108m) limit, the FIA said on Tuesday that no team was found in breach. Red Bull …

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NSPCC say virtual reality being used to groom and abuse children

The charity is calling on tech firms to do more to ensure virtual reality platforms are safe Offenders are using virtual reality (VR) to groom and sexually abuse children, as well as share illegal images of abuse, according to new research from the NSPCC. A report commissioned by the children’s charity on VR and immersive technologies said …

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Minister claims response to crumbling concrete crisis is world leading

Schools Minister Nick Gibb’s comments came after his boss Gillian Keegan’s sweary outburst The response to the crumbling concrete crisis has been “world-leading”, an education minister said despite ordering the full or partial closure of more than 100 schools in England just before the start of term. Schools Minister Nick Gibb’s comments came after his boss Gillian Keegan …

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Sunak and Keegan under growing pressure over crumbling concrete in schools

Rishi Sunak and Gillian Keegan are under growing pressure over the crumbling concrete closing schools, as the Education Secretary claimed others had failed to tackle the crisis in a sweary outburst. In criticism caught on camera after an interview on Monday, a frustrated Ms Keegan hit out. Ms Keegan went on to admit to being …

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Building societys new mortgage aims to get renters back on property ladder

Former homeowners turned renters can now get a helping hand back onto the property ladder, according to a building society. Skipton Building Society is expanding the pool of aspiring homeowners who can apply for its track record mortgage, to support more “trapped renters”. The move could potentially help people who have previously moved out of …

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This Mornings Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond show united front before NTAs

Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond have shown a united front in their return to This Morning following their summer break. Their return to the small screen comes ahead of the National Television Awards (NTAs) on Tuesday, which will see This Morning stars Hammond and Martin Lewis up for the best TV presenter prize. Willoughby had …

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