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Next has pulled out of the bidding for TopShop as the auction of Sir Philip Green’s former high street empire enters its closing stages. Sky News has learnt that a consortium comprising Next and Davidson Kempner Capital Management, a US investment firm, have withdrawn from a process being run by Arcadia Group’s administrator. The surprise
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A 47-year-old man has been charged with terrorism offences including making or possessing explosives following a raid on a property in Surrey. Asad Bhatti was arrested after officers from Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTPSE) carried out a search in Redhill on 8 January. He has now been charged with two counts of possessing an
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5:03 AM ET There’s a familiar ritual whenever Chelsea struggle in midseason — and make no mistake about it, seven points out of a possible 24 in their past eight Premier League outings is a massive tailspin — and it centres around an impatient Roman Abramovich, surrounded by a virtual (possibly Zoom or, more likely,
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Ministers have been branded “petty” and warned security cooperation could be affected by a reported plan to withhold full diplomatic status from the EU’s ambassador in London. Downing Street has not denied it is withholding certain privileges from Joao Vale de Almeida that are afforded to other countries’ ambassadors. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said
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Cineworld is facing a furious investor backlash next week over plans to hand its top executives more than £30m in share awards despite it receiving taxpayer funding to help it survive the pandemic. Sky News has learnt that three major advisory groups are recommending that the cinema operators’ shareholders vote against the adoption of a
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2:28 PM GMT Scotland have included Bath centre Cameron Redpath in their 35-man squad for the Six Nations after winning a potential tug-of-war with England for the player. Redpath’s father Bryan won 60 caps at scrum-half for Scotland and captained the team but an approach to the player for the Autumn internationals late last year
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Downing Street has declined to criticise US President Joe Biden for removing a bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office – despite Boris Johnson having previously criticised “part-Kenyan” Barack Obama for not displaying it. As is customary for new presidents, Mr Biden has put his own stamp on the presidential office in the White
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8:11 PM ET Boxing’s most polarizing act will return to the ring this spring. Jake Paul will fight April 17 against an opponent to be determined, it was announced Wednesday. Paul, the YouTube star and social-media supernova, has signed with Fight Club, the new boxing promotion launched by the team behind the social-networking app Triller
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