Latest issue: In this week's paper we lead on the EU offer to Britain of an emergency brake on migrant benefits and we feature on the front page and page 3 Terry Wogan, who died aged 77 after a short battle with cancer. Elsewhere judges rule that the bedroom tax breaches the human rights of the most vulnerable, while the European Commission is to examine the controversial £130 million tax deal with Google. Two hospital doctors are cleared of the manslaughter for a new mother and an Oxford college's cash crisis will stop the toppling of a statue of Cecil Rhodes. Someone has come forward with a valid claim for the recent £33million Lotto jackpot and we have a glimpse of new-look Barbies that have a "broader view of beauty". In Obituaries we feature Lord Parkinson and the Eagles' Glenn Frey. In Sport John Terry says he is to leave after 21 years at Chelsea, Pep Guardiola is to manage Manchester City and Andy Murray again can find no way past Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open.
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