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Police find body in Lincolnshire field

Police searching for a missing 50-year-old woman who disappeared from the Holbeach area of Lincolnshire four days ago have found a body.

Police searching for missing Karen Greenwood have found a body Credit: Lincolnshire Police

Karen Greenwood was staying with relatives in Fleet Hargate when she went missing on Thursday.

The body of a woman was found yesterday afternoon, a mile away, in a field near Gedney. Police are not treating the death as suspicious and the Coroner has been informed.

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'Second piece of plane debris' found on Reunion Island

A second piece of suspected plane debris from missing flight MH370 has reportedly been washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion.

According to the BBC, the wreckage believed to be a door was discovered south of the city of St Denis.

The first piece of wreckage thought to be from flight MH370 was found on Reunion Island on Wednesday. Credit: Reuters

It comes after another piece of debris thought to be a wing part was found on the same island on Wednesday.

It has been taken to military unit near Toulouse in France which specialises in analysing aviation wreckage.

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Record crowds for this year's Leeds Pride

Ray Quinn takes the stage at Leeds Pride Credit: Michael Billington

Organisers expect a record crowd of more than 30,000 people at this year's Leeds Pride.

Ray Quinn is just about to start his set on the main stage in Millennium Square before a performance by Lucy Spraggan ahead of the parade at 2.

Lucy Spraggan entertains the crowd at Leeds Pride Credit: Michael Billington
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Ennis-Hill: Possible doping offences must be explored

Jessica Ennis-Hill has called on the IAAF and the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) to address the problem of doping after fresh claims of cheating.

"It is never good to hear of new possible doping offences in my sport, but if we are to stop a few athletes thinking cheating is acceptable, we have to explore all information that comes to light, however damaging it is for the sport as a whole", she said.

Jessica Ennis-Hill said claims need to be explored 'however damaging it is for the sport as a whole'. Credit: PA Wire

According to the Sunday Times (£), leaked data reveals that more than a third of medals - including 55 golds - have been won in endurance events at the Olympics and world championships by athletes who have recorded suspicious tests.

It is also alleged that a top UK athlete is among seven Britons with "suspicious" blood scores, while 10 medals were won at the London 2012 Olympics by athletes who have reportedly recorded dubious test results.

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