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The players who forced the postponement of two Women's Super League matches after trips to Dubai should apologise, says West Ham captain Gilly Flaherty.
Captain Joe Root hits an unbeaten 74 and Dan Lawrence 46 not out in England's first intra-squad match before the Test series in Sri Lanka.
While GCSEs and A-levels are cancelled, IGCSEs, often used in independent schools, will continue.
James Jordan said if he had called NHS 111, his brother, 36, would "probably still be with us".
A series of streamed music events, shows and releases will mark five years since the singer's death.
The violent breach has sparked serious concerns in Washington and beyond.
There are calls for Donald Trump to be removed from office. How likely is it - and could he pardon himself?
Meanwhile almost half of people took advantage of Christmas bubble rules, a national survey suggests.
A worried dog walker alerted police but officers say she was right to remain vigilant.
Aston Villa's FA Cup third-round tie with Liverpool is to go ahead despite a Covid-19 outbreak at the host club.
People have been drinking more during the pandemic. Will the new lockdown foil our Dry January plans?
The future of this season's European cup competitions is in doubt as the French government debates whether their clubs can finish group games.
India reach 96-2 after Steve Smith's 131 helps Australia's post 338 on day two of the third Test in Sydney.
The men were detained when special forces stormed the Nave Andromeda off the Isle of Wight.
The lender says it expects "downward pressure on house prices" in 2021 following annual rise of 6% last year.
West Ham's record signing Sebastien Haller joins Dutch side Ajax but the Hammers expect to bring in a replacement.
Satellite data shows that 2020 and 2016 are essentially tied as the hottest years since records began.
Many retailers believe they will be paying taxes on exports of goods that are not fully made in Britain.
'I'm playing with a different set of cards but it doesn't mean I can't still win' - how GB's Jones proved doubters wrong
Francesca Jones was told a congenital condition meant she could never be a professional tennis player - but she is proving the doubters wrong.
The man charged the 93-year-old £160 and came back a week later asking for a further £100.