International Development Committee to quiz Oxfam bosses

Senior Oxfam executives are to appear before MPs amid criticism over the way it handled claims of sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. The International Development Committee will question the charity’s chief Mark Goldring and chair of trustees Caroline Thomson, about safeguarding policies. Representatives from Save the Children and the Department for International Development…

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Watch: Delph red card & tunnel fracas

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Gary Lineker asks BBC Match of the Day pundits Alan Shearer, Roberto Martinez and Joleon Lescott if Anthony Taylor’s decision to send off Fabian Delph was correct. BBC Sport – Football

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Brexit: David Davis rejects 'Mad Max-style dystopia' claims

Britain will not be “plunged into a Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction” after it leaves the EU, the Brexit secretary will say in a speech. David Davis will say fears about a “race to the bottom” in workers’ rights and environmental standards are “based on nothing”. He will argue for continued close co-operation…

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League One Wigan stun Man City in FA Cup shock

Media playback is not supported on this device Wigan Athletic ended Manchester City’s hopes of a clean sweep of trophies with a stunning upset in their FA Cup fifth-round tie. The League One side survived virtually constant pressure from the Premier League leaders, eventually capitalising on Fabian Delph’s controversial first-half red card when Will Grigg…

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Watch the goal that knocked Man City out of FA Cup

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Wigan’s Will Grigg scores the goal that seals a remarkable upset as League One Wigan beat runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City. BBC Sport – Football

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'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell sentenced to 30 years

Ex-football coach Barry Bennell has been jailed for 30 years at Liverpool Crown Court for 50 counts of child sexual abuse. Bennell, described as the “devil incarnate” by the judge, was convicted of abusing 12 boys aged eight to 15 between 1979 and 1991. Judge Clement Goldstone QC said Bennell, 64, was “sheer evil”. He…

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Dark web paedophile Matthew Falder jailed for 32 years

Media playback is unsupported on your device Paedophile Matthew Falder has been sentenced to 32 years in jail after admitting 137 charges including rape and blackmail. Sentencing at Birmingham Crown Court, Judge Philip Parker QC said Falder’s crimes began with voyeurism as a student, but escalated. Falder’s offences against 46 victims include blackmail, voyeurism and…

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'If he does it for England I'll support him' – Rochdale boss backs Alli over penalty

Media playback is not supported on this device Rochdale manager Keith Hill suggested that Dele Alli was right in the way he won a penalty that almost knocked his side out of the FA Cup. Alli, 21, earned the kick from which Harry Kane put Tottenham 2-1 up late in Sunday’s fifth-round tie. But Steve…

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Bafta Film Awards 2018: Three Billboards wins top prizes

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, about a woman seeking justice for her daughter’s murder, scooped the top prizes at the Bafta Film Awards. The drama won five trophies including best film, best British film and best actress for Frances McDormand. Gary Oldman won best actor for playing Winston Churchill – one of two awards for…

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How plan behind Wigan's FA Cup win could help win World Cup

Media playback is not supported on this device Watch Wigan Athletic play Manchester City in the FA Cup fifth round, live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website on Monday from 19:30 GMT On the face of it, winning the World Cup seems a very different challenge to negotiating a successful FA Cup campaign…

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