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Chelsea progress to the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup as they beat Premier League rivals Southampton on penalties after 1-1 draw.
The chancellor will outline his Budget on Wednesday after fury over rafts of early press announcements.
Calum Chambers scores 23 seconds after coming on to help Arsenal beat Leeds United and reach the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Emma Raducanu fought back at the Transylvania Open to win her first game since becoming the US Open champion.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols will preside over the service on 23 November.
Buckingham Palace says the Queen, who has been advised to rest, is "disappointed" not to attend.
Wrexham's Hollywood co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney choose a Tuesday evening in Maidenhead to watch their club in action for the first time.
The Home Office say two Somali nationals are rescued while a search for a third person ends.
The government says it will make utilities take action over waste dumped in rivers after pressure from peers.
Agnes Wanjiru was murdered nine years ago near a British army base in Kenya.
Watch as Pakistan recover from a slow start with an inspired batting performance from Asif Ali and Shoaib Malik to beat New Zealand by five wickets at the T20 World Cup.
A sensational and brutal partnership between Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali guides Pakistan to a five-wicket win over New Zealand in the Men's T20 World Cup.
Edward Vines is accused of attempting to breach a restraining order to not contact the presenter.
The firefighters' union says there was an "unjustified reliance" on fire crews to evacuate the tower.
Parliamentary staff and visitors have been told to cover their faces to combat the spread of Covid.
Dave Halls had previously been dismissed from another film over gun safety violations.
Sir Alex Ferguson, Graeme Souness and Pep Guardiola are among those to pay tribute to former Rangers manager Walter Smith, who has died at 73.
Watch as New Zealand's Devon Conway makes a brilliant diving catch at the boundary to remove Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez at the T20 World Cup.
Nine people injured at the 2017 far-right 'Unite the Right' rally in Virginia are suing organisers.
PC Joseph Powell of West Midlands Police is accused of an historical offence between 2009 and 2011.