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The Guardian
NHS England hospitals told to spot dying patients sooner | Society ...
The Guardian
Patient safety alert issued after 100 people died in 2017 when their failing health was not recognised.

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BBC Sport
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Liverpool and England midfielder out of ...
BBC Sport
England's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will miss the World Cup this summer after injuring a knee during Liverpool's Champions League tie against Roma. The 24-year-old midfielder was taken off on a stretcher in the 15th minute of Tuesday's match at Anfield ...
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ruled out of World Cup for EnglandESPN
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain OUT of World Cup after England star suffered knee ligament injury during Liverpool ...The Sun
Blow for England as 'devastated' Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss World CupSport24
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Telegraph.co.uk
Owen Farrell must captain England in South Africa, says Mark McCall
Telegraph.co.uk
Owen Farrell is certain to be selected for England's tour of South Africa, according to his Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall, who believes his player would make an “ideal” captain in the injury-enforced absence of Dylan Hartley. McCall is also ...
Mark McCall backs Owen Farrell for England captaincySkySports
Saracens' Owen Farrell backed to lead England's summer tour vs. SpringboksESPN
Farrell would be 'brilliant' England captain, says Saracens' McCalleuronews
The Times
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SkySports
Dylan Hartley faces battle to regain England hooker spot, says Will Greenwood
SkySports
Dylan Hartley will have to "fight incredibly hard" to regain his England starting spot as hooker when he returns from an extended spell on the sidelines through concussion, says Will Greenwood. The experienced hooker, was ruled out of the rest of the ...

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Telegraph.co.uk
England's water taps may run dry as drought looms
Telegraph.co.uk
England faces a one in four chance that the taps will run dry within the next 30 years unless the water industry undertakes a major drive to create a new national water system. The Government's infrastructure authority warned that England's water ...

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England MF Oxlade-Chamberlain will miss WC
TSN
LIVERPOOL, EnglandEngland midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been ruled out the World Cup after sustaining knee-ligament damage playing for Liverpool in the Champions League semifinals against Roma. Oxlade-Chamberlain was carried off on a ...

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England Hockey
England Hockey Award nominees revealed
England Hockey
On the evening of Saturday 19th May, at the Athena in Leicester, hockey lovers from all over the country will gather at the England Hockey Awards Dinner to celebrate the achievements of volunteers, umpires, coaches and players over the past year. The ...



Eyewitness News
Long-serving Cook still hungry to impress for England
Eyewitness News
The 33-year-old, who made his England debut in 2006, has scored more than 12,000 Test runs at an average of 45.73 but his inconsistent spell during the recent tour of Australia and New Zealand have raised questions about his longevity. Cook scored a ...
England 'curious' of Ashes tamperingcricket.com.au
England were 'curious' about potential Aussie tampering - CookSport24
England suspected ball tampering by Australia at Perth, says ...The Guardian
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Radio New Zealand
Shields adamant international future lies with England
Radio New Zealand
"That opportunity presented itself last year (and I decided) I needed to try something new...it's just the way the road has gone for me and I'm pretty happy with the way its headed," said Shields. England play three tests in South Africa in June in ...
Watch: Former star backs Hurricanes' Brad Shields for England captaincyTVNZ
Brad Shields doing his best not to lie back and think of EnglandStuff.co.nz

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Shambles of York
Atlas Obscura
Pedestrians meandering through the Shambles of York often look up to admire the old houses and crooked, leaning buildings. But the true treasure lies below their feet. Whereas most streets in York, and much of England, have been widened and modernized ...


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