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Severe asthma sufferers not getting ‘life-saving’ treatment, charity warns

Tens of thousands of people with suspected severe asthma are at constant risk of life-threatening asthma attacks because they are

It happened today – this day in history – August 22

1485: The Battle of Bosworth Field was fought in Leicestershire and Richard III was butchered as he vainly tried to

It happened today – this day in history – August 21

1754: William Murdoch, Scottish engineer, who with James Watt and Matthew Boulton, pioneered the use of coal-gas lighting in 1792,

Cook shines as Essex retain top spot

Sam Cook returned a career-best seven for 23 as Kent were shot out for just 40 before Essex completed a

Southend RSPCA struggles to find a home for Ugly Betty

A one-eyed dog called Ugly Betty is seeking a new home but staff at an animal rescue centre fear that

It happened today – this day in history – August 20

1912: William Booth, English social reformer, evangelist and founder of the Salvation Army, died aged 83. 1913: Harry Brearley of

It happened today – this day in history – August 19

14 AD: Death of Augustus, first Roman emperor. 1856: Condensed milk was patented. 1685: Judge Jeffreys began sentencing people to

Moving summer transfer deadline a mistake says Spurs boss Pochettino

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has called for the Premier League to bring its summer transfer window back in line with

It happened today – this day in history – August 18

1227: Genghis Khan, Mongol emperor who conquered more than a million square miles of land, died after falling from his

Hernandez strike cancelled out by Trossard debut goal as Hammers draw

Brighton and Hove Albion 1 West Ham United 1 A stunning debut goal from Leandro Trossard secured a point for