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A UK couple have been killed in a sand-buggy accident while working in the Middle East.

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Blog: It’s Happy Monday for tennis fans

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For tennis fans this is traditionally Happy Monday. Whoever is raising trophies in a couple of weeks’ time, a whole fortnight of super tennis beckons as Wimbledon opens its fabulous grounds once more for the best summer date of them all.

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Blog: It’s Happy Monday for tennis fans

Shirley Tart Wimbledon 2015 logo

For tennis fans this is traditionally Happy Monday. Whoever is raising trophies in a couple of weeks’ time, a whole fortnight of super tennis beckons as Wimbledon opens its fabulous grounds once more for the best summer date of them all.

Star Comment: Rebranded schools are not the answer

Lakeside Academy, Sutherland Co-operative Academy, Wrockwardine Wood Arts Academy and Phoenix Academy

Over the coming months the big cheeses behind the academies in Telford which have been branded as failing institutions will need the confidence and support of parents as they strive to turn things around.

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US stocks notch worst day of year

Investors in New York are worrying about the Greek debt crisis

Stocks on Wall Street closed with their biggest losses of the year as investors worry about fallout from Greece's worsening debt crisis.

China nuclear deal 'a betrayal'

Unions have raised concerns about Chinese involvement in the UK nuclear power industry

The Government is preparing to hand over the building of new nuclear power stations to Chinese firms, in a "total betrayal" of UK workers, a union has claimed.

Tool firm HSS sees shares slump

HSS employs 2,900 staff

Shares in tool rental firm HSS Hire slumped by more than a quarter after it said weak orders over the last few months meant its six-month earnings would not beat last year.