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Front Page PM: Gordon Banks dies - read his last interview

Plus - Meghan is being 'chased like Diana' & Grand National equine flu threat

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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Good afternoon. As England close in on victory against the West Indies, Danny Boyle has your latest briefing from The Telegraph

Tuesday afternoon in 60 seconds

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Gordon Banks was England's 1966 World Cup-winning goalkeeper

'Hero, legend': Tributes to unassuming England legend

He is widely regarded as England's greatest ever goalkeeper and one of the finest the world has ever seen. Gordon Banks, who has died aged 81, has been described as a "hero" and "legend". He played in the winning 1966 World Cup final against West Germany. Four years later in Mexico, Banks pulled off one of the greatest saves in football history - denying Brazilian superstar Pele with a miraculously save. Banks, who revealed in 2016 he was battling kidney cancer for a second time, died peacefully overnight. Gareth Davies reports on the latest tributes to the England hero and here is his Telegraph obituary.

In one of his last interviews, Banks told The Telegraph that - although his finest moments were in an England shirt - the Football Association did "nothing" for him and he felt "let down". Read the full interview with Chris Bascombe.

Theresa May insists she is not 'running down the clock'

She told the Commons this afternoon she needs more time. But Theresa May has insisted she is not running down the clock - urging MPs to hold their "nerve" as Brexit negotiations enter the final stages. She was updating MPs on talks over the Irish backstop. Catch up with the latest from our team in Westminster.

Duchess of Sussex being 'chased like Princess Diana'

George Clooney has entered the debate about the treatment of the Duchess of Sussex. The Hollywood actor, who is a friend of the Sussexes and attended their wedding in May, claimed that she is being "pursued, vilified and chased" like Diana, Princess of Wales. Hannah Furness has more from the interview here.

 

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Video editor's choice

Best moments | Gordon Banks was perhaps best known for his wonder save from Pele during the 1970 World Cup. But he had many more memorable moments on the pitch. Click here to watch a compilation of his greatest saves.

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George Banks and England teammates celebrate during the 1966 World Cup final

 

Comment

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Mick Cleary | Beat Wales and England can be talked about like 2003 vintage

Chris Bascombe | Gordon Banks deserves his own statue outside Wembley

 

Editor's choice

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Business briefing

Carney's warning | Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned that a US-China trade war could cause a 1970s-style economic crunch. Prolonged uncertainty in international trade "could undermine the global expansion", he said. Tom Rees has analysis from the speech in our liveblog.

'Brexit bounce' | Will there be a boost for business investment?

Investment tips | Is it time to ditch some of last year's most-sold funds?

Telegraph Markets Hub | Live updates on stocks, shares and currencies

 
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Sport briefing

West Indies v England, third Test | With the West Indies down a bowler, it was England's day yesterday. They will be hoping to replicate that as the fourth day's play gets under way. Follow live updates and analysis with Rob Bagchi.

Equine flu | National and Cheltenham will be disrupted, officials admit

Six Nations | Top 20 so far - how many England players make the list?

JJ Bull | Why Manchester United's left-wing bias could lead to problems

 

And finally...

Silence of the dogs | A French mayor has issued a barking ban in a village following complaints about rowdy dogs. Henry Samuel reports on the response from "animal freedom" activists.

 
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