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World Cup 2014 LIVE: Latest news and updates as Brazil look to secure their last-16 place

23 June 2014 09:57:23 mirror - Sport

Groups A and B will be decided today, with the Netherlands and Chile facing off in Sao Paulo. Follow all the build-up and latest news here

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Nigel Farage news round up: Today's top stories on the controversial politician

21 May 2014 14:37:32 mirror - News

Despite his latest clangers, the UKIP leader is standing firm and feeling confident his party will win this week's European elections

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Mechanical v human: Why do planes crash?

14 March 2014 12:37:52 BBC News - UK

Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH-370 but the speculation going on reveals something about laymen's assumptions about air crashes.

Vice All News Time14 March 2014 12:37:52


Transfer news LIVE: The latest news, gossip, rumours and done deals

27 August 2013 08:51:18 mirror - Sport

It's all happening today, so stay up to date and get yourself in the loop with our live transfer updates

Vice Sport Time27 August 2013 08:51:18


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

29 July 2013 13:40:35 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and today's best bets Monday's best bet, by Tony Paley Le Chat D'Or (4.30) didn't get a lot of luck when fourth in a Haydock race that has thrown up three subsequent winners so the handicapper has taken a chance in leaving him on the same mark, and he can capitalise at Ayr today. Tipping competition - a new week starts tomorrow Congratulations to Mulldog, who won last week's competition, largely through the victory of Almaty Express (22-1). For Glorious Goodwood week, we have two £25 bets as prizes, generously offered by Ladbrokes. One will go to the highest scorer in the usual manner, the other will be a sort of wooden spoon prize for the person who tips losers all week at the shortest average SP. Clearly, you'll have to decide at an early stage which of those prizes you're aiming at. Any winner at all will rule you out of contention for the wooden spoon, so don't be tipping 6-4 shots if you think they really might win; they'll cost you all chance of one prize without helping you much towards the other. Because of the nature of this competition, we'll return to having a full scoreboard for one week only. It's a Goodwood competition, so we won't start until tomorrow. But if you want to start your form studying, tomorrow's competition races will be: 3.05 Goodwood, 3.40 Goodwood, 5.25 Goodwood. For terms and conditions click here . See you back here tomorrow! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions

Vice All News Time29 July 2013 13:40:35


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

25 July 2013 12:07:15 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day four of our weekly tipping competition Thursday's best bets, by Tony Paley At Sandown, Debdebdeb (2.30) , who had to play second fiddle to Great Hall when upped to this trip at Haydock, looks the one to be on in the Weatherbys Handicap. The Haydock winner is smart, while the third and fourth have both won since, so the form is rock-solid. Qawaasem (3.05) confirmed the promise of her Newmarket introduction third by returning there for the July Festival and winning what is traditionally an informative maiden. Charlie Hills has a good team of two-year-old fillies and this daughter of Shamardal can improve past her debut conqueror Lamar, who no longer has the edge in experience. Tipping competiton - day four Our winners so far this week: Monday Someone's Darling 7-4 Dartrix 7-2 Lodgician 5-1 Tuesday Golden Jubilee 7-2 Men Don't Cry 9-1 Spic 'N Span 14-1 Wednesday Almaty Express 22-1 Menelik 9-2 Boy The Bell 8-1 This week, our prize is a copy of Bloodline, the latest thriller from the Dick Francis stable, written by the great man's son Felix . Today we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.50 Sandown; 5.00 Bath and 5.30 Bath . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. For terms and conditions click here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time25 July 2013 12:07:15


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

24 July 2013 12:58:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day three of our weekly tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Tony Paley Angelito (4.00) left a rare poor effort when sixth at Redcar firmly behind at Windsor last time, finishing well after a sluggish start to take second. Though up 2lb for that effort at Catterick today, a quicker start could negate that rise and ensure he gets back to winning ways. Sandown's evening meeting is the most interesting of the day and Pearl Spectre (6.55) , who caught the eye in no uncertain terms in a maiden event at Newbury six weeks ago, should land short odds. Tipping competiton - day three Our winners so far this week: Monday Someone's Darling 7-4 Bold Prediction 9-2 Lodgician 5-1 Tuesday Golden Jubilee 7-2 Men Don't Cry 9-1 Spic 'N Span 14-1 And our leader on +9 is: NYStadium This week, our prize is a copy of Bloodline, the latest thriller from the Dick Francis stable, written by the great man's son Felix. Today we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.30 Catterick; 5.35 Lingfield and 5.40 Leicester . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. For terms and conditions click here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time24 July 2013 12:58:34


Talking Horses | Today's best bets and the latest racing news

20 July 2013 01:11:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog Cathy Gannon has many fans as a jockey while rarely getting a mount with a live chance in a valuable race. But she can make the most of such an opportunity aboard Alutiq (3.50) at Newbury in Saturday's Super Sprint, worth £122,000 to the winner. Bought by Qatari royals after winning her maiden in April, this filly has been the mount of Jim Crowley, who has gone to Ireland to ride Talent in their Oaks on Saturday evening. He and Alutiq were in the wrong place when flying home on the near side in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot to be a close seventh, having had nothing to race against for the last quarter-mile. That represents the single best bit of form on offer here, though admittedly there will be plenty of unexposed talent among the 25 runners. Alutiq can be relied on to bounce off this quick surface and her raw pace should make her a contender. 1.50 Newmarket Es Que Love has put up three cracking efforts on the bounce but has been raised 9lb for those honourable defeats, which makes him unattractive, even in this easier heat. Sam Sharp has been in good heart and should get the strong pace he needs. 2.05 Newbury Oddysey seems to have discovered a love for fast ground and may again be finishing best of all from a mark 4lb higher than her win at Doncaster last week. 2.25 Newmarket La Arenosa is the obvious one but Waila appeals as a possible source of value, having run a fair fifth in the Ribblesdale after failing to settle. A first-time hood may help. 2.40 Newbury Ocean War did better than eighth place would suggest in a Royal Ascot handicap, his first outing since Pour Moi's Derby two years before, but Black Spirit is preferred, having landed a couple of similar, small-field races last back-end. 2.55 Market Rasen Local Hero won this last year and is interesting again from only a 4lb higher mark, trying to preserve his unbeaten record at his local track. But he is up against some in-form types who may have more in hand, notably Sea Lord, who won a Group Three and a major handicap at Glorious Goodwood when running on the Flat. He hacked up in his first handicap hurdle last time. 3.15 Newbury Krypton Factor comes here after being denied a run in last week's July Cup and is the class act but may be vulnerable if the early pace is steady. Heeraat may be a value alternative. 3.30 Market Rasen Peter Bowen, who used to dominate this, has another fine chance in Dineur, though his Stratford win suggests he has little in hand on his new mark. There is more potential in Royale's Charter, who showed the necessary level of ability in two runs on decent ground last year before faring less well on much softer surfaces. Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time20 July 2013 01:11:34


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

17 July 2013 14:04:42 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day three of our weekly tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Greg Wood There were three scheduled handicaps at at Yarmouth last night with the perfect eight runners for each-way backers and all three ended up with fewer than eight horses going go post, so it was probably hoping for too much for the excellent three-year-old handicap at Sandown this evening to retain its shape. Sure enough, Keep Calm, one of the outsiders, came out of the race half an hour ago and the bookies will now pay only two places, but it remains an intriguing race of its type with several promising sorts from top yards at the head of the market. Four of the remaining seven runners are currently trading at between 3-1 and 4-1 on Betfair, with Mount Tiger, who won a maiden at Wolverhampton in a fast time last month, the narrow favourite. This is a tough race for a handicap debut, however, and Leitrim Pass (8.15) makes more appeal. William Haggas's has not had much go his way in two starts this season, but he remains on a fair mark as a result and is still open to improvement. Any advance on his close third at Doncaster last month, when he just failed to make up enough ground in a slowly-run race, could be enough to get him home in front this evening. Argent Knight (8.45) , who has been improving steadily this season without getting his nose in front, was only fourth at Haydock last time but he struggled to find racing room in the straight and the overall form of the race looks strong. Rain Mac (3.30) is the outsider of the field for his race at Lingfield but he has snippets of form which give him a chance, while Funding Deficit (4.10) has a decent chance in the sprint at Catterick this afternoon. Tipping competition, day three Our winners so far this week: Monday Bold Raider 4-1 Sennockian Star 5-2 Catflap 4-1 Tuesday Tartary 7-2 Niceonemyson 4-1 Sweet Talking Guy 9-4 And our leader is: Rivercity +13.50 who has started the week with two doubles, having picked Tartary and Niceonemysone yesterday. Woodywoody182 (+11.75) is chasing him hard, having had Tartary and Sweet Talking Guy yesterday. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.10 Catterick, 5.00 Lingfield, 8.15 Sandown . This week, our prize is a copy of The History of Bath Racecourse, a smart little book by Jim Beavis on the 200 years of racing in the Somerset city. Among lots of other things, it promises new details on the Francasal ringer scandal which took place 60 years ago this week. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -6. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time17 July 2013 14:04:42


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

16 July 2013 11:48:40 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day two of our weekly tipping competition Tuesday's best bets The Art Of Racing (4.15) missed a beat at the start before failing to make a serious impact at Haydock but had previously gone close when beaten half a length by progressive filly March at Windsor. He's worth another chance off his revised rating at Bath today. Tipping competition, day two Our winners so far this week: Monday Bold Raider 4-1 Sennockian Star 5-2 Catflap 4-1 And our joint-leaders are: woodywoody182 +7 Rivercity +7 . . . who both had Bold Raider and Catflap. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.15 Bath, 5.35 Beverley, 6.50 Yarmouth . This week, our prize is a copy of The History of Bath Racecourse, a smart little book by Jim Beavis on the 200 years of racing in the Somerset city. Among lots of other things, it promises new details on the Francasal ringer scandal which took place 60 years ago this week. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley Greg Wood guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time16 July 2013 11:48:40