Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

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Guy Williams shines at London International Horse Show

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Guus Hiddink in London for Chelsea talks – but says he won’t be on the bench …

Guus Hiddink is in London to hold talks over the vacant Chelsea job – but is unlikely to be in charge by the time they play Sunderland. Steve Holland and Eddie Newton took Chelsea’s first-team training on Friday – watched by owner Roman Abramovich –  and are likely to be in charge of the first…

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

London voted top sport city for the fourth consecutive year

According to voters who participated in the ‘2015 Sports City Poll’, London remains the world’s leading sports city, followed closely by Lausanne and Barcelona. Rounding out the top five finishers are Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo. And this year’s new additions to the top ten cities include Edmonton and Paris who replace Melbourne and Glasgow….

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