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25 November 2018 2:11 PM WATCH: UK's Theresa May 'not sad' about leaving EU

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is not sad about leaving the European Union even though she recognizes some Britons and some European leaders feel that way. May said Sunday she is "full of optimism" about Britain's future outside the EU bloc, after leaders finally signed off on a Brexit deal in Brussels after months of negotiations 75

22 November 2018 7:26 PM UK police arrest man in connection to explosive devices

British counterterrorism police have arrested a 48-year-old man in connection to the discovery of two apparent explosive devices found in northwest London. Police said the man was arrested on Thursday morning in north London on suspicion of violating the Explosive Substances Act. Police say detectives do not believe the suspect has links to any terrorist 67

20 November 2018 4:41 PM British sprinter Levine banned after failing drug test

London - British sprinter Nigel Levine has been suspended from all sport for four years after testing positive for banned drug clenbuterol, UK Anti-Doping announced on Tuesday. Levine failed a drugs test on November 24 last year and it emerged in February that he had been provisionally suspended. Announcing the four-year ban on Tuesday, UKAD said the 29-year-old's 49

20 November 2018 2:23 PM Concussion rules Wales' Halfpenny out of Bok Test

Cardiff - Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of Wales' test against South Africa in Cardiff on Saturday because of concussion. The fullback hasn't recovered from his head slamming the field 10 days ago after a late, shoulder-led hit by centre Samu Kerevi when Wales beat Australia. Wales assistant coach Rob Howley said on Tuesday they called up Hallam 52

18 November 2018 4:45 PM 5 life hacks to ensure you don't get hacked

This year saw major data breaches in companies like British Airways and Facebook, and experts reckon this will continue throughout 2019. Speaking at Fortinet's international media conference in Sophia Antipolis France this week, global security strategist Derek Manky, shared simple things individuals and businesses can do to better protect their data. When signing 82

18 November 2018 9:46 AM Mexico's Ancer romps to easy win in Australia

Sydney - Mexico's Abraham Ancer romped to a five-shot victory at the Australian Open on Sunday, holding his nerve to win only his second professional golf tournament. The world number 96, who already has two top-five finishes on the US PGA Tour this season, saw overnight challengers including Americans Matt Kuchar and Keegan Bradley fade away and was never 47

13 November 2018 2:01 PM Scotland star Hogg to join Exeter Chiefs

Paris - Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg will join English Premiership giants Exeter Chiefs on a two-year deal, the club announced on Tuesday. Two-time British and Irish Lions tourist Hogg will leave current club Glasgow Warriors at the end of the season to play for the 2017 Premiership champions. Hogg, who helped the Warriors to the 2014-15 Pro12 title 42

11 November 2018 8:04 AM Spice Girls add more shows as ticket demand skyrockets

London — It seems British fans can't get enough of the soon-to-be reunited Spice Girls. The "girl power" band that peaked in the 1990s has added two more shows to their planned reunion tour next summer after fans complained they couldn't buy tickets. The band on Saturday added extra gigs in London and Manchester. The reunion tour will now begin at Etihad 83

11 November 2018 3:19 AM Injury curse hits flank O'Brien again

Dublin - Ireland flanker Sean O'Brien's injury jinx struck again when he suffered a broken arm at the end of the first half of Saturday's Test against Argentina. The 31-year-old - one of the stand-out players of the British & Irish Lions' 1-1 Test series draw with world champions New Zealand last year - went off with his face creased in agony and then sat on the sidelines 58

09 November 2018 8:37 PM England 'can do what they like' in response to Haka

London - New Zealand captain Kieran Read has insisted England "can do what they like" in response to the Haka at Twickenham on Saturday. The Haka, a Maori challenge, has long formed part of the pre kick-off routine of New Zealand, the reigning world champions. Back in 1989, Ireland captain Willie Anderson had his players link arms and advance towards 52