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The High Court has ruled that London Mayor Sadiq Khan can go ahead with his plans to extend the Ulez emission zone. Five Tory councils had argued that Khan was “going beyond his powers” in expanding the scheme to cover the whole capital. “You’ve got Mali,” says the BBC, after the Ministry of Defence accidentally emailed classified information to Russia’s West African ally because of a typo. The intended recipient was the US military, which uses the domain name “.mil”; the sender missed out the letter “i”. We’ve long considered the Germans our sun-lounger rivals, says The Times, but now Spaniards are adopting “radical tactics” to battle British tourists for space on the beach. “Territorial clashes” are taking place at Costa Blanca resorts, with locals waking up at 5:30am to stake their claim with red-and-yellow parasols.