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Musk offers to end legal fight and pay 44bn dollars to buy Twitter
The offer comes just two weeks before Twitter’s lawsuit seeking to force Mr Musk to go through with the deal goes to trial in Delaware Chancery Court
Boy 14 arrested on suspicion of murder after teenager dies in Gateshead
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murdering another 14-year-old boy who died after being attacked in Gateshead.
Drunken drug driver jailed for entirely avoidable death of six year old
A drink-driver who killed a six-year-old girl after also taking cocaine has been jailed for six years and two months.
Vardy to pay about 15 million in Rooney costs after Wagatha Christie loss
Rebekah Vardy will have to pay about £1.5 million towards Coleen Rooney’s legal costs after losing the “Wagatha Christie” High Court case she brought against her fellow footballer’s wife.
Kyle Walker set to miss FC Copenhagen clash due to injury suffered in derby
Kyle Walker looks set to miss Manchester City’s Champions League clash with FC Copenhagen on Wednesday, manager Pep Guardiola has said.
Ex world champ David Haye threatened to kill man over remarks
Former world champion boxer David Haye grabbed a man by the throat and threatened to kill him because he believed he was making “derogatory remarks” about him and his partner, a court heard.
Trial date set for former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone over 400m fraud charge
Ex-Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone faces trial in October next year accused of failing to declare more than £400 million in a trust in Singapore to the Government.
Ofcom investigating EEs customer contract information practices
Mobile operator EE is being investigated by Ofcom over concerns that the network failed to provide customers with clear and simple contract information before they signed up for a new deal.
Covid inquiry Those who suffered will be at its heart chairwoman says
Bereaved families and those who suffered will be at the heart of the Covid-19 public inquiry, its chairwoman has said, as she promised to be “fair” and “thorough”.
Jeremy Paxmans doctor noticed presenters Parkinsons on University Challenge
Jeremy Paxman’s doctor diagnosed him with Parkinson’s disease after noticing that he was less “exuberant” on University Challenge, the veteran broadcaster has revealed.