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The United States regain the Ryder Cup and are set to end up beating Europe by a record score at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
It comes as the Petrol Retailers Association warns that up to two-thirds of its members are out of fuel.
Arsenal reaffirm their title credentials with a classy 5-0 win over Manchester City at Meadow Park to go top of the Women's Super League.
Tottenham suffered an embarrassing 3-1 defeat in the north London derby, as Harry Kane failed to end his beginning-of-the-season goal drought.
Iceland becomes the sixth country in the world with a parliament where 50% of seats are held by women.
Watch as Bryson DeChambeau eagles the first hole after a ''ridiculous'' 364-yard drive on the final day of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
Nearly two-thirds have voted yes to the proposal, already law in most of western Europe.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta reflects on "special day" after watching his side crush Spurs at the Emirates.
The changes - opposed by many on the left - give MPs more say in choosing future Labour leaders.
The hardline group says anyone cutting beards will be punished as it breaches their reading of Islamic law.
Arsenal score three times in the opening 35 minutes as they beat north London rivals Tottenham at a jubilant Emirates Stadium.
The McFly singer and professional dancer Amy Dowden will miss Saturday's show after getting Covid.
The Labour leader calls for "mature, respectful debate" over trans rights after MP's comments.
Labour's deputy leader says she will say sorry when the PM apologises for past "racist" comments.
Anne Lister's life was dramatised in the television series Gentleman Jack.
Lewis Hamilton won the Russian Grand Prix after a frantic last few laps caused by heavy rain dashed Lando Norris' hopes of a maiden victory.
Dave 'Dinger' Bell arrives on land in Cornwall after leaving New York 119 days ago.
Grant Shapps calls for drivers to be "sensible" and only fill up when they need to.
Labour will end the charitable status of private schools in England, saying it will raise £1.7bn.
A 38-year-old is arrested early on Sunday in what police describe as a "significant development".