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Leeds sack Darko Milanic after 32 days in charge

Championship side Leeds United has confirmed the sacking of coach Darko Milanic after just 32 days in charge of the club.

The club said Neil Redfearn will take charge of first team training on Monday morning and president Massimo Cellino apologised to the fans for the team's recent poor results.

Milanic was appointed on 23 September but did not win any of his six games in charge.

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Clocks go back at 2am

Don't forget to change your clocks tonight! Credit: PA

At 2am on Sunday, the clocks will go back an hour to Greenwich Mean Time. This means there will be shorter days and longer nights, but on the plus side, the change means an extra hour in bed on Sunday morning. The Sleep Council has declared it National Sleep In Day and is urging people to use it as an opportunity to catch up on lost sleep.

A lie-in balances out sleep debt accumulated during the working week and helps with brain recovery and memory processing. In that extra hour, the implication is that one's mental apparatus (the brain) continues to work at repairing itself. Workaholics may be interested to know that, when sleeping, problem solving goes on - so let the brain work the problem out while you are asleep! Physiologically, muscles are given an added boost - but actually sleeping for an extra hour is the real benefit. Whether for sleep, relaxation or meditation, people should make time for a lie-in in their schedule.

– Professor Chris Idzikowski, sleep expert

Teenager rebuilding his life after brain bleed

A teenager from Chesterfield is starting to rebuild his life after a potentially fatal burst blood vessel in his brain. Kai Thomas, who's 15, has had to learn to walk and talk again after collapsing with a severe headache back in June. His family were warned he may not survive as James Webster reports:

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Tory candidate for Boston selected

The Conservative party in Boston and Skegness have announced the party's next candidate for the General election.

Matt Warman will stand for the Tories in 2015.

The party were left in need of a new candidate after the current MP, Mark Simmonds announced he would stand down next may after what he described as 'intolerable' expenses made it impossible for his family to afford to live in London.

Football: Scores and results

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Premier League - Click here for scores and results

Liverpool v Hull

Championship - Click here for scores and results

Brighton v Rotherham Ipswich v Huddersfield Leeds v Wolves Sheffield Wednesday v Norwich

League One - Click here for scores and results

Barnsley v Bristol City
Crewe v Sheffield United
Doncaster v MK Dons
Oldham v Bradford
Scunthorpe v Notts County
Walsall v Chesterfield

League Two - Click here for scores and results

York v Mansfield

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