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Jordan Henderson confident Liverpool can bounce back from Swansea defeat

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson insists not too much should be read into defeat at home to Swansea

Liverpool face a pivotal few days in their season with captain Jordan Henderson insisting nothing should be read into one bad result.

12:04pm Sunday 22 January 2017

David Warner steers Australia to ODI series win over Pakistan

David Warner notched his eighth ODI century since the start of 2016 in Sunday's victory over Pakistan

David Warner struck another century as Australia beat Pakistan by 86 runs in the fourth one-day international in Sydney to wrap up victory in the series.

11:50am Sunday 22 January 2017

No fairytale ending for Dan Evans at Australian Open

Dan Evans has enjoyed a remarkable run at the Australian Open

Britain's Dan Evans has made up with Kevin Pietersen but gone down at the Australian Open after losing to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the fourth round.

11:50am Sunday 22 January 2017

Boy George praises Melania Trump for inauguration day - but not Donald

Boy George praises Melania Trump for inauguration day - but not Donald

The singer gives his critique of the new presidential couple.

11:42am Sunday 22 January 2017

John McDonnell denies Labour is preparing to lose crunch by-elections

John McDonnell said: "You don't take the election for granted"

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has denied Labour is preparing to lose a pair of crunch by-elections next month, but insisted the results cannot be judged on past performance.

11:00am Sunday 22 January 2017

PICTURES: Record numbers for anniversary race

PICTURES: Record numbers for anniversary race

RECORD numbers braved the cold on Saturday for the third anniversary of Warrington Parkrun.

10:56am Sunday 22 January 2017

Southern services to be disrupted on Monday by guards strike

Southern said it will run more than 70% of its trains

Southern Railway services will be disrupted again on Monday by a guards strike, as talks continue to try to resolve a separate dispute over driver-only trains.

10:41am Sunday 22 January 2017

Widow of policeman in life support case 'devastated' by his death

Paul Briggs suffered terrible injuries in a motorcycle crash while serving with Merseyside Police in July 2015 (Family handout/PA)

The widow of a police motorcyclist left severely brain damaged after he was hit by a dangerous driver said she is "devastated" by his death but relieved his suffering has ended.

10:41am Sunday 22 January 2017

Wirral policeman Paul Briggs dies a month after his wife won a court battle to stop life support treatment

Gulf War veteran Paul Briggs with wife Lindsey and their daughter before the motorcycle crash that left him in a coma

A Wirral soldier-turned-policeman who was left in a coma following a road accident has died.

10:11am Sunday 22 January 2017

Schoolchildren get safety talk from teddy mascot

Pupils from Newton-le-willows Primary School with Seddy Teddy

PUPILS at Newton-le-Willows Primary School received a lesson in construction site safety by developers.

10:01am Sunday 22 January 2017
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