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Motorcyclist from Bolton dies on Isle of Man

A 55 year old motorcyclist from Bolton has died on the Isle of Man.

The man collided with a local driver this morning at approximately 6:45 AM on Hailwood's Rise on the Mountain Course, crashing into the rear of the local's Citroen C4.

Members of the public, police and paramedics at the scene tried to revive the man, but he was pronounced dead on his arrival at Nobles Hospital.

The Mountain Road was closed for several hours, whilst collision investigation was carried out.

This is a very sad outcome. I would like to appeal to anyone that has not been spoken to that may have witnessed the incident to get in touch with Roads Policing at Headquarters on 01624 631212.

– Inspector Dave Dobbie

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Mother's desperate appeal to save her son

A mother from Bolton and her desperate appeal to help find a cure for her son.

Kyle Buckley, 11, has a rare muscle tissue cancer. He's beaten the disease twice with intensive chemotherapy but it's come back again.

Cancer Research UK wants scientists and researchers to do more to fight childhood cancers. The charity say five children are diagnosed with it in the uk every day.

Elaine Willcox has been speaking to Kyle and his mum.

To donate to Kyle's Gofundme page go here.

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Khan: he couldn't out-box me, but he caught me clean

Amir Khan believes opponent Saul "Canelo" Alvarez knew he couldn't out-box him in their middleweight title fight, but admits the Mexican champion knocked him out clean.

Amir Khan Credit: Granada Reports

Khan stepped up two weight divisions to fight the big-hitting Canelo, and says he will step down to his natural welterweight.

And Khan told our sports correspondent Chris Hall that Canelo should be allowed to face Gennady Golovkin the current unified middleweight champion in a fight boxing fans have been crying out for.

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