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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Ryder Cup 2016: Europe fight back to cut US lead to 6½-5½

Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera-Bello stage a remarkable comeback as Europe further cut America's lead to 6½-5½ at the Ryder Cup. Source: BBC

Newspaper headlines: Brexit dominates Sunday front pages

Theresa May's "Great Repeal Bill" is carried by several papers, while a former minister tells the Observer a "hard Brexit" risks encouraging "bigoted attitudes". Source: BBC

Prince George and Princess Charlotte in Canada play day

Prince George and his sister play with children of Canadian military families, with 16-month-old Princess Charlotte heard speaking for the first time in public. Source: BBC

BBC Sooty row over ‘sexing up’ revealed

Introducing a female puppet to Sooty's TV show in the 1960s was so controversial that the BBC director general had to step in, a documentary reveals. Source: BBC

Newspaper headlines: May speech previewed, UKIP leader quits and cod accents

Theresa May's final speech of this year's Conservative Party conference is previewed, and there is coverage of UKIP leader Diane James standing down. Source: BBC

Syria conflict: Aleppo defeat ‘not the end for rebels’

The fall of rebel-held eastern Aleppo would not mean the end of the Syrian uprising, the opposition says. Source: BBC

Israel settlements: Netanyahu snubs ‘shameful’ UN vote

Israel rejects a "shameful" UN resolution to end illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian land. Source: BBC

On the road

The haulage industry is being urged to plug a shortfall in drivers by recruiting more women, but what is it like being a female trucker? Source: BBC

Michael Keane: England call up Burnley defender following Glen Johnson injury

Michael Keane is handed his first international call-up after Glen Johnson withdraws from the England squad through injury. Source: BBC

The house that hid a forbidden love

A Grade II* listed home helped keep a secret for decades, and now its LGBTQ history is being celebrated. Source: BBC

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