Mickelson feels the heat as Thomas wins BMW. Golf great Phil Mickelson has been finding it a struggle on the course in recent weeks so could have done without a freak occurrence which left his participation in the final round of the BMW Championship at Medinah in some doubt.
How Boris Johnson tried to wriggle out of inquiry into his relationship with Jennifer Arcuri. The Prime Minister's law firm Atkins Thomson has written a letter to the chairman of the Greater London Authority oversight committee Len Duvall after the body requested 'extensive' details. Offenbach Operas Operettas album is a motley collection but at least they tried. This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of two outstanding composers of operettas, Franz von Supp and Jacques Offenbach, though you could be forgiven for not noticing. Amir Khan to face ex-MMA fighter Neeraj Goyat in Saudi Arabia bout that will see him earn 7million. EXCLUSIVE BY JORDAN SEWARD As Sportsmail revealed, Amir Khan is on the verge of finalising a 7million deal to headline an India vs Pakistan boxing event on July 12 in Saudi Arabia.
Chelsea news Didier Deschamps plays down N'Golo Kante injury fears. Didier Deschamps as eased Chelsea's fears about N'Golo Kante's latest injury setback.The tenacious midfielder pulled out of France's game against Iceland in the warm-up. Hassan Hajjaj Turns Moroccan Clichs Into London Cool. His photographs, enlivened by friends, subversive wit and a hip-hop swagger, are on show in a major retrospective in Paris. Portugal 3-0 Luxembourg Bernardo Silva and Cristiano Ronaldo score in routine win. Bernardo Silva and Cristiano Ronaldo got on the scoresheet as Portugal ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over Luxembourg on Friday night in their latest Euro 2020 Group B qualifier.
Historian claims Prince Albert kept Queen Victoria pregnant to rule Britain. Historian Lucy Worsley told 1,700 people at the Hay Festival that while Queen Victoria was pregnant with her nine children he was effectively 'king in all but name'. Sam Darnold Out of Jets Game. The quarterback has missed the teams last two games because of mononucleosis. Trump and China Have a Phase One Deal. The World Economy Is Still at Risk. A perpetual state of aggression on trade has been a drag on business decision-making, especially in manufacturing. Anthony Joshua unconcerned about swollen eyes ahead of Andy Ruiz Jr fight. Anthony Joshua was adamant his swollen eyes were not going to be problem ahead of his heavyweight title defence against Andy Ruiz Jr in New York on Saturday. UPDATE 3-Kazakh financial firm Kaspi.kz plans London listing this year. Kazakh financial group Kaspi.kz , which controls the Central Asian nations third-largest lender Kaspi Bank, said it plans to list its shares in London this year. Is Photofeeler accurate link How do you celebrate your second anniversary 'Male menopause' could be solved by injection of patient's own cells to boost testosterone. Scientists at the University of Southern California say that their successful creation of cells that produce testosterone could aid in the development of new drugs. Mo Farah rules out track comeback to focus on marathon gold at Tokyo Olympics. Sir Mo Farah has declared his track dream almost certainly over, insisting that he has to be 'smart' if he is to triumph in the marathon at Tokyo 2020. Fashions Latest Trend Eco Bragging Rights. Every brand wants to win. But should this be a competition at all? With Lucy in the Sky, Noah Hawley Expands His Universe. The director explains how his approach to the show hes known for, Fargo, was very different for the astronaut tale starring Natalie Portman. Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution? The average airline passenger leaves behind about three pounds of waste each flight. One British design firm has ideas to bring down that number. Australian state water utility objects to South 32 coal mine extension. Australia's New South Wales water authority has lodged a strong objection to a planned extension of the life of a coal mine operated by South 32 because of its predicted impact on water resources that support Sydney. Astonishing Kipchoge smashes two-hour marathon barrier. Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge made athletics history on Saturday when he became the first person to run a marathon in under two hours, stretching the limits of human endeavor and passing a milestone few thought could be reached for decades if at all.
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