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Football racism inquiry call after Spurs-Chelsea clash halted
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said the problem needed "to be dealt with strongly" and Tottenham promised "a thorough investigation" after referee Anthony Taylor halted play during the second half when Antonio Rudiger complained of hearing monkey noises from spectators.
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Business Day
Davos Man at risk of becoming a fossil
“Not going to Davos” is the new “going to Davos.” Like Groucho Marx refusing to join any club that would have him as a member, the annual Swiss junket for world leaders, billionaires and CEOs is becoming famous for people rethinking their former enthusiasm.
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British MPs approve Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal
London — UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson won approval for his Brexit deal in parliament on Friday, the first step towards fulfilling his election pledge to deliver Britain’s departure from the EU by January 31 after his landslide victory.
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Global shares hit record highs on US-China trade optimism
London — World stocks touched record highs on Friday, as trading wound down before the year-end holidays, while the pound was heading towards its worst week for more than two years amid renewed worries over how Britain will leave the EU.
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