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Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and Monaco want to sign forward Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace.

Like many European countries, Britain cancelled student exams due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Manchester United are keeping tabs on Juventus winger Douglas Costa as they embark on their summer transfer business.

A-level and GCSE students in Wales will get their exam results as predicted by teachers instead of an algorithm, after the controversial system was scrapped.

The chief executive of Hamleys, the world's best-known toy store, is to step down little more than six months after being recruited by its new Indian owner.

Today marks the end of an era, with the closure of one of England's last commercial coal mines.

The UK government is due to make an announcement on A-level and GCSE results today, as Downing Street said Boris Johnson has "confidence" in his education secretary and the English exams regulator.

The number of elderly women without children is set to triple in 25 years, meaning there will be a greater need for formal social care, official analysis suggests.

Ryanair has said it is cutting flight capacity by a fifth in September and October as travel restrictions to some European countries tighten.

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