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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Ford to refund 'engine fail' EcoBoost customers

Drivers have reported cars with EcoBoost engines overheating and failing or even bursting into flames. Source: BBC

Crawley Town 3-1 Yeovil Town

Second-half goals from Ashley Nathaniel-George and Filipe Morais help Crawley earn their third win in four games with victory over Yeovil. Source: BBC

Hartlepool United 1-1 Aldershot Town

Aldershot fight back to earn a draw at Hartlepool after Niko Muir's brilliant opener. Source: BBC

AFC Wimbledon 2-1 Oxford United

Joe Pigott's strike helps Wimbledon beat Oxford at Kingsmeadow earn their first home League One win of the campaign. Source: BBC

Leyton Orient 0-1 Sutton United

Leyton Orient lose top spot and the National League's last unbeaten record after a home defeat to fellow promotion-hopefuls Sutton. Source: BBC

Choirs perform at railway stations for BBC Music Day

Across the UK 40 choirs performed at railway stations for BBC Music Day. Source: BBC

Cleared Surrey teacher Russell Monk banned over sex claims

Russell Monk was cleared of sexual assault of boys at two trials, but is now barred from teaching. Source: BBC

Sam Curran: England all-rounder rewarded with central contract

Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran is rewarded with his first central contract after making his Test debut for England in the summer. Source: BBC

Head teachers protest at Downing Street funding rally

Up to 1,000 heads will demand extra cash for schools to tackle crowded classes and poor staff recruitment. Source: BBC

Disabled train users to get new 'life-changing' app

A Paralympian says the app will "empower disabled people to travel without any fear". Source: BBC

County Championship: Essex defy champions Surrey to win by one wicket

Surrey narrowly miss out on a record-breaking win as Essex clinch a thrilling one-wicket victory over the county champions. Source: BBC

Surrey County Council chairman quits over 'outdated remarks'

Peter Martin resigned after he admitted showing a lack of "cultural awareness" during an interview. Source: BBC

Best friends forever; How friendship boosts pupils' grades

Schoolchildren who keep the same best mate as they move to secondary are found to get better results. Source: BBC

Ambulances not an A&E taxi service, NHS warned

Review criticises ageing fleet, high sickness rates and slow uptake of technology in England. Source: BBC

Contaminated blood scandal: We are sorry, says government

Lawyers for the government tell public inquiry, "things happened that should not have happened". Source: BBC

Nursery abuser Vanessa George's case referred to parole board

Vanessa George was found guilty of sexually abusing children in her care in 2009. Source: BBC