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Source: BBC

Wales 25-7 Ireland: Wales win Six Nations Grand Slam

Sunday 04:13 GMT

Wales are celebrating a third Grand Slam in 11 years after they put Ireland to the sword in ruthless fashion to storm to the Six Nations title.

It means Warren Gatland, in his 50th and final Six Nations match in charge, becomes the first coach in Five or Six Nations history to win three Slams, his team's record-breaking winning run now stretching to 14 games. For Ireland the tournament ended as it began, with a chastening defeat that leaves significant questions hanging over their World Cup ambitions.

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Source: BBC

Six Nations: 'Wales won Grand Slam with relentless work and a deep belief'

Monday 08:58 GMT

As Alun Wyn Jones raised the Six Nations trophy into the teeming Cardiff skies on Saturday, gold and red streamers cascading down from the stands, flame-throwers lobbing light into the gloom overhead, the great coup of Warren Gatland's Wales was there for all to see once again.

It is Gatland in a red jersey, all relentless work and a deep belief in the strategy and the players' ability and fitness to implement it.

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Source: BBC

Six Nations: 'Wales won Grand Slam with relentless work and a deep belief'

Monday 08:58 GMT

As Alun Wyn Jones raised the Six Nations trophy into the teeming Cardiff skies on Saturday, gold and red streamers cascading down from the stands, flame-throwers lobbing light into the gloom overhead, the great coup of Warren Gatland's Wales was there for all to see once again.

It is Gatland in a red jersey, all relentless work and a deep belief in the strategy and the players' ability and fitness to implement it.

3 Articles
Source: BBC

Six Nations: 'Wales won Grand Slam with relentless work and a deep belief'

Monday 08:58 GMT

As Alun Wyn Jones raised the Six Nations trophy into the teeming Cardiff skies on Saturday, gold and red streamers cascading down from the stands, flame-throwers lobbing light into the gloom overhead, the great coup of Warren Gatland's Wales was there for all to see once again.

It is Gatland in a red jersey, all relentless work and a deep belief in the strategy and the players' ability and fitness to implement it.

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Source: BBC

Why so many people leave London

Tuesday 02:25 GMT

It's no secret that London has a very successful economy, not just compared with the rest of the UK but with other international cities too.

As a result the population of London and the urban area surrounding it has grown significantly, increasing by 1.1 million between 2008 and 2017 to 10 million people. Many more people pack their bags and leave the capital for elsewhere in England and Wales than make the journey the other way.

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Source: BBC

How mass shootings have changed gun laws

Tuesday 16:20 GMT

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is poised to announce details of gun law reforms following last Friday's mass shooting at two mosques.

In the more than 20 years since the law changed, there have been two mass shootings where four or more people were killed. Two people were also killed in a shooting at a university campus in Melbourne, which led to further law changes.

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Source: The Guradian

'It was our catwalk': the children who gave their town a fashion makeover

Tuesday 20:56 GMT

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Every couple of weeks, Schneidermann, 27, and James, 29, would offer new workshops to the children who attended the youth centres: Schneidermann on photography, for the children who preferred to be behind the camera; James on styling and customisation for those who wanted to model or work with clothes.

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Source: Common Domain

London Leads U.K. in Buy-to-Let Cash Purchases With a 15% Increase

Tuesday 22:44 GMT

While the number of landlord cash buyers dropped 1% year-over-year across the U.K., cash purchases in London rose 15%, according to the Hamptons International monthly lettings index.

Hamptons International data show that in 2018, landlords in the east region of the U.K. made the most purchases with a mortgage, 54%, while northern landlords were most likely to buy with cash, making up 63% of purchases.


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