Novak Djokovic only has to win a set en route to Wimbledon second round as Martin Klizan retires

Djokovic enjoyed a good day at the office (Picture: AFP/Getty) Novak Djokovic only had to win a set on his way into the second round of Wimbledon as Martin Klizan withdrew from their first-round match. 15 children’s party food items ranked worst to best The Serb looked in good shape, with some aggressive hitting and typically excellent returning but it ...

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Ruth Langsford ‘finally signs up for Strictly Come Dancing’ – but who could be joining her?

(Picture: Getty/ Strictly come dancing)<br />LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 25: Ruth Langsford attends the National Television Awards on January 25, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images) It looks as though Strictly Come Dancing might finally be about to get one of its most sought-after stars amid reports that Ruth Langsford has signed up for the next ...

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Warning over ‘super strength heroin’ which is killing addicts in the UK

Addicts are being warned that the drug is being laced with fentanyl (Getty)<br />picture getty Drug addicts in Britain have been warned that street heroin is being laced with a super-strength opiate which can kill even hardened drug users instantly. North Korea successfully fires first ‘intercontinental ballistic missile’ Fentanyl and carfentanyl-laced heroin has already been linked to a number of ...

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Head teacher failed to disclose husband's police caution

A head teacher whose husband was sentenced for outraging public decency has been banned from the classroom. Sarah Cooke was principal of Foxhole Academy in St Austell, Cornwall where her husband Peter Cooke was a handyman. He was caught by neighbours watching porn and masturbating in his garden and was handed a suspended sentence. Mrs Cooke also failed to report ...

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Grenfell Tower fire: Three hospitals fail fire safety checks

Three hospitals in England have failed fire safety checks ordered in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire. Buildings at London’s King’s College Hospital, Sheffield’s children’s hospital and the North Middlesex Trust have been found to have combustible cladding. Those three trusts along with another 35 have been told to introduce 24-hour fire warden patrols to improve safety. Checks of ...

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Man charged with Aldershot barracks stabbing

A man has been charged with stabbing a soldier at an army barracks. The male victim suffered neck wounds in the attack at Mons Barracks, Aldershot, at about 06:15 GMT on 12 November. Detectives said Aidan Warner, 20, of Egret Gardens, Aldershot, Hampshire is due to appear before Basingstoke magistrates on 1 August charged with wounding with intent. Police previously ...

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11 Celebrities Who Can't Get Enough Of 'Love Island'

Sick of having to justify your need to watch ‘Love Island’ every night with your friends and family? Bored of being told the show is low-brow and dull compared to whatever else might be on at 9pm on a weeknight? Well, next time someone tries to put you down for your ‘Love Island’ fixation, just remember you’re in pretty good ...

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Ed Sheeran Quits Twitter Over 'Head F***' Online Abuse

Ed Sheeran has revealed he’s quit Twitter because of the amount of online abuse he receives. The ‘Shape Of You’ singer’s Twitter account will now only be used to automatically send out Instagram posts to his 19.1million followers. OLI SCARFF via Getty Images Ed Sheeran The 26-year-old, who last sent out a tweet on 30 June, says just one mean ...

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'Strictly' Judge Craig Revel Horwood Proposes A Solution To End 'Fix' Accusations

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ judge Craig Revel Horwood has called for the results of each week’s public vote to be released, in a bid to put a stop to “fix” claims from viewers. The decision about which contestant leaves ‘Strictly’ each week is decided by a combination of the judges’ scores and viewers’ votes, though in recent years, certain contestants’ departures ...

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Stormont talks: 'No deal' until after summer, say Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin sources say they do not expect a deal in the Stormont talks before the end of the summer. The talks aimed at restoring power-sharing were due to continue after parties were given more time. On Monday, Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire said he believed a deal was still achievable. It is now understood a joint statement from the ...

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