An epic heavyweight showdown saw the Englishman knock out the legendary Ukrainian with a flurry of blows in the 11th round
Britain’s soaring deer population is fuelling the growing problem of Lyme disease, scientists have warned. At the turn of the century there were only around 250 reported cases of lyme disease in the UK each year, but now the NHS says the figure is closer to 3,000 and some charities claim the actual number could be as high as 45,000. The British deer population now stands at around 1.5 million, the highest level it has been for 1,000 years, with numbers doubling since 1999.
Brighton and Hove Albion are not champions yet, but Wigan Athletic have dropped out of the Championship after losing to Reading.
Over 10 million people could find their spending power in retirement at risk if - as has been mooted by some - the Government drops the key “triple‑lock” policy applying to the state pension. The “lock” promises that the state pension will rise by the highest of one of three measures: wage growth, inflation or 2.5pc. Last month, an independent review of the state pension commissioned by the Government recommended scrapping the protection.
With a net worth of $87bn (£67bn), Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is the richest man in the world, and is currently in pole position in the race to become the first trillionnaire. Jeff Bezos occupies third place with $79.6bn.
A tsunami warning has been issued in the wake of an undersea earthquake off the Philippines. It would produce "hazardous waves" that could spread 300km (190m) away from the epicentre, threatening coastal towns and villages in the Philippines and Indonesia. The US Geological Survey (USGS) later revised the magnitude down to 6.8.
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