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Timothy Poole
London School of Economics and Political Sciences

Freelance Sports Journalist with a passion for a number of beautiful games. Premier League match attendee with Goal.com UK who has also undergone work experience with the Daily Mail, FourFourTwo, Trinity Mirror Southern, TNS and South London Press. Sport is life - and a full-time job writing about it is the aim.

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After Spain's 10-0 Confederations Cup victory against Tahiti, TNS takes a look at ten other international contests that were not that well contested.

Top 10 biggest wins in international football

After Spain's 10-0 Confederations Cup victory against Tahiti, TNS takes a look at ten other international contests that were not that well contested.

Emma Lowe, of Masons News Agency, was removed from the Overheard at Cambridge group after posing as a student to obtain information for a story

Journalist ousted from Facebook group by angry Cambridge students

Emma Lowe, of Masons News Agency, was removed from the Overheard at Cambridge group after posing as a student to obtain information for a story

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Fashion company release £ 3.68 'Minimum Wage Dress'

For women who "want to look good on a budget", SheLikes.com have released a new dress - that costs just £ 3.68.

Fancy yourself as an Ewok or maybe even a Jedi Knight? Star Wars 7 is recruiting!

Star Wars 7 holds open casting call in the UK

Fancy yourself as an Ewok or maybe even a Jedi Knight? Star Wars 7 is recruiting!

Poetry Rivals have announced details of their 2013 competition, which welcomes entrants of all ages from across the UK.

Win a £ 1,500 self-publishing package with the 2013 National Poetry Competition

Poetry Rivals have announced details of their 2013 competition, which welcomes entrants of all ages from across the UK.

With analysis from Graham Hunter, Husmukh Kerai and Vinesh Parmar, TNS looks at why Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez is struggling to break into the current Spain XI.

How can you improve near-perfection? Javi Martinez's Spain dilemma

With analysis from Graham Hunter, Husmukh Kerai and Vinesh Parmar, TNS looks at why Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez is struggling to break into the current Spain XI.

The online sports and fitness database is giving students exclusive discounts on health and fitness activities all over London.

Fitness class discounts in London with PlayEnable.com

The online sports and fitness database is giving students exclusive discounts on health and fitness activities all over London.

With the showpiece event just days away, TNS looks at both the men's and women's draws, while also sizing up some potential outsiders

Wimbledon 2013 preview

With the showpiece event just days away, TNS looks at both the men's and women's draws, while also sizing up some potential outsiders

A report by the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education has found that the number of university-related complaints rose by a quarter in 2012.

Student complaints against universities rise by staggering 25%

A report by the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education has found that the number of university-related complaints rose by a quarter in 2012.

In the wake of yet another outrageous Tweet from Nick Griffin (this time concerning Nigella Lawson), TNS recounts the very worst of the rhetoric to come out of the BNP leader's mouth.

The very worst of Nick Griffin in quotes

In the wake of yet another outrageous Tweet from Nick Griffin (this time concerning Nigella Lawson), TNS recounts the very worst of the rhetoric to come out of the BNP leader's mouth.

As I found out during my placement on the sports desk of the Daily Mail, dreams really do come true.

Work experience at a national paper: what to expect

As I found out during my placement on the sports desk of the Daily Mail, dreams really do come true.

World number one Novak Djokovic stormed to his third consecutive Australian Open victory in a row on Sunday, and in so doing cemented his name in tennis Grand Slam history.

Melbourne belongs to Djokovic as Serbian spirit prevails yet again

World number one Novak Djokovic stormed to his third consecutive Australian Open victory in a row on Sunday, and in so doing cemented his name in tennis Grand Slam history.

The fourth film in the world-acclaimed Bourne series has much to live up to, and as a stand-alone film, it delivers. However, how it links to its prequels leaves much food for thought.

Film Review: The Bourne Legacy

The fourth film in the world-acclaimed Bourne series has much to live up to, and as a stand-alone film, it delivers. However, how it links to its prequels leaves much food for thought.

All has not been plain sailing in the build up to London 2012. We look at the most ridiculous things to happen during preparations...

Top 10 idiotic things to happen in the run up to the Olympics

All has not been plain sailing in the build up to London 2012. We look at the most ridiculous things to happen during preparations...

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