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June 20 2013 Latest news:
Haringey’s junior fencers sprung a surprise by winning gold at the London Youth Games in Redbridge at the weekend.
Magician is fancied to weave his magic in the St James’s Palace Stakes on Tuesday – the first of five successive days of racing that comprise Royal Ascot.
Ruler Of The World won the Derby and Talent landed the Oaks at the Investec meeting at Epsom – offering clues for upcoming races at Royal Ascot and the Curragh.
The British Board of Boxing Control-enforced anger-management classes appear to have paid off for Dereck ‘Del Boy’ Chisora as he broke into song at yesterday’s unveiling of undefeated American heavyweight Malik Scott as his next opponent for the July 20 show at Wembley.
Primary school pupils held a rally to raise awareness of children around the world who do not have access to education.
In the latest of our series commemorating the life and work of people honoured with blue plaques, Adam Sonin explores the fascinating history of soap manufacturer and philanthropist William Lever.
The son of the man who wrote the cycling world’s bible paid tribute this week to his late father, who died aged 72.
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