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Stuart, who grew up in Glasgow and lives in New York, is the second Scot to win the prize, following James Kelman in 1994 for How Late it Was, How Late. Stuart has said the book changed his life because it was one of the first times he had seen his people and dialect on […]

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Charlton Athletic were relegated from the Championship last season and are third in League One Charlton’s legal department have been issued with a notice to order owner Thomas Sandgaard to “leave the club”. In the latest twist in a complicated saga that has been ongoing for almost six months, Lex Dominus, the company owned by […]

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The landmark goal was the 34th time Harry Kane has scored with his head for Tottenham Harry Kane marked his 300th appearance for Tottenham with his 200th goal as Jose Mourinho’s side dominated a Europa League mismatch in Bulgaria. Kane, 27, long-since cemented his place in the Spurs history books but few could have predicted […]

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Partey, right, was given his first start since joining Arsenal on deadline day Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said there is more to come from “fantastic” Thomas Partey after the midfielder’s superb full debut in the 2-1 Europa League win at Rapid Vienna. David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored two goals in five second-half minutes after […]

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Said Benrahma has been linked with a Premier League move Brentford’s Said Benrahma scored twice on his first start of the season as the Championship side beat Premier League Fulham to seal a first Carabao Cup quarter-final appearance. Marcus Forss’ emphatic finish – his third goal in as many games – gave the Bees a […]

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Image copyright Olivia Rose Image caption Michael Kiwanuka: “I was always waiting for someone to find me out” Michael Kiwanuka has won the 2020 Mercury Prize for his complex, poetic third album, Kiwanuka. In this interview, originally published in November 2019, the singer explains how he overcame crippling self-doubt to make the record of his […]

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image copyrightInquest image captionKevin Clarke was handcuffed twice when he collapsed A Met Police officer said “no-one questioned” the double handcuffing of a mentally ill man who later died in custody, an inquest has heard. Body camera footage showed Kevin Clarke, who had schizophrenia, being surrounded and restrained by officers in a field in March […]

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