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The international break could prove to be particularly costly for Premier League clubs with players returning with injuries and the coronavirus.
The great whales are returning to the island that hosted the industry that nearly destroyed them.
False stories about the wife of ex-England star Wayne Rooney were leaked to the press, a court hears.
Pep Guardiola signs a new two-year deal that will see him remain as Manchester City manager until the summer of 2023.
The cinema chain has appointed restructuring experts to negotiate unlocking more cash from lenders.
The government announces a rescue package of £300m of emergency funding for sports impacted by the absence of spectators because of coronavirus.
UK officials are reportedly considering asking us to stop sending "thanks" emails - but why?
A 65-year-old man arrested over the blasts is reported to be Michael Patrick Reilly.
Huge demand for the new PlayStation, coupled with its size, means pre-orders may not arrive on time.
Less than a month since Exeter Chiefs were crowned Premiership champions, English top-flight rugby is ready to return.
George Ford will start on the bench as he returns from injury for England's Autumn Nations Cup match against Ireland, with captain Owen Farrell starting at fly-half.
It is the first time a top US official has made such a trip, widely seen as controversial.
New Fifa regulations around maternity cover are hailed as an 'essential step' and clubs face transfer bans for not following them.
The warning comes as ministers consider how families could celebrate the festive period together.
Online shopping during the pandemic means revenues from parcels surpasses letters for the first time.
The dormouse appears to have enjoyed the seed mix in the feeder a little too much.
The station says its young listeners may be offended by some of the Christmas classic's lyrics.
Former Scotland manager Craig Levein pinpoints where Scotland are at ahead of next summer's Euros.
Contracts meant getting the best home insurance deals was not as "simples" as its adverts suggest.
How an ageing Luis Suarez and a coming-of-age Joao Felix are leading an Atletico Madrid title challenge which could last the course.