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# Damning

Last year
Pound rallies in ‘damning’ market reaction to Truss resignation
The pound has suffered a tumultuous past two months sparked by Truss’s chancellor announcing a mini-budget
All time
Greece urged to reform immigration detention system and stop migrant pushbacks
A damning report found that migrants were held in conditions that could amount to inhuman treatment.
Chelsea staff 'turned blind eye' to sexual abuse
An independent report found that the club’s former chief scout was able to operate ‘unchallenged’, abusing boys in the 1970s.
2018 World Cup tainted as chair Vitaly Mutko gets lifetime Olympics ban but Fifa say little
Mutko is the country’s deputy Prime Minister and president of the Russian Football Union.
Some remarkable statistics illustrate Leicester City's dramatic Premier League collapse
Relegation is becoming a real possibility as Claudio Ranieri’s side continue to slide.
'I'm leaving after my fifth Olympics seeing it for what it is, sadly - a media franchise'
George Bovell, a bronze medalist at the 2004 Games, has launched a stinging attack on swimming’s governing body.
Female FA board member to be investigated after crititicising handling of Eva Carneiro case
Heather Rabbatts became the first female director of the organisation in 2011.
Care centre resident drugged 13 times by staff as form of 'chemical restraint'
Hiqa has called for an urgent review of staffing levels at Cregg House in Sligo following concerns raised in three new reports.
US court calls David Drumm on his "outright lies" as he fails in bankruptcy bid
The judgement was delivered earlier today, calling the Anglo CEO “not remotely credible”.
Footballers' union Fifpro: 'Fans threatened to beat or stab the players'
Incredible details released regarding the toxic environment of the Serbian league.
Secrecy has become part of Justice Dept's DNA, damning report concludes
The report, initiated in the wake of the Guerin findings, found there was a “closed, secretive” culture in the Department.
Regretful Moody would have stopped English players from having any fun
Lewis Moody says he’d have prohibited England’s players from going out drinking if he had his time back.
Fabregas: Gunners will not challenge for top honours
Cesc Fabregas has told a Spanish publication that he left Arsenal because the club’s short term goals did not match his own ambitions.