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Now Liverpool want Man City's records too - Shearer

2 July 2020 - 7:56am
Liverpool have already taken the Premier League title from Manchester City, and now their records are in their sights, says MOTD pundit Alan Shearer.

Coronavirus: Back-to-school plans expected and quarantine 'not worth it'

2 July 2020 - 7:41am
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning.

Wimbledon: Serena Williams v Nadal: Falling over in style - who did it best?

2 July 2020 - 7:28am
BBC Sport looks back at two of the more light-hearted Wimbledon moments and asks - who styled out their stumble best, Serena Williams or Rafael Nadal?

Dizzy penalties: Man City fans v Liverpool fans

2 July 2020 - 7:23am
Before lockdown, Manchester City fans went head to head with Liverpool fans in a battle of dizzy penalties.

Chelsea racist abuse High Court case a fight for ‘justice and equality’ say ex-players

2 July 2020 - 6:10am
Two former Chelsea youth-team players have told the BBC they are "still fighting for justice and equality" after alleging they were racially abused at the club in the 1990s.

Haile Selassie: Statue of former Ethiopian leader destroyed in London park

2 July 2020 - 5:17am
Police are investigating the incident, which is being linked to unrest in Ethiopia.

Leicester lockdown: Oadby 'guilty by association'

2 July 2020 - 4:49am
How are people outside of Leicester but included in the lockdown reacting to their predicament?

Hong Kong: US passes sanctions as world condemns new law

2 July 2020 - 4:44am
The US House Speaker said the law was a "brutal, sweeping crackdown" against Hong Kong's people.

Meghan felt 'unprotected' amid 'false' media claims, court documents suggest

2 July 2020 - 3:21am
Court documents from privacy action detail Duchess of Sussex's "distress" over tabloid claims.

Coronavirus grief: 'Lockdown makes a bizarre situation ten times worse'

2 July 2020 - 2:42am
Many young people don't like talking about grief but the pandemic means thousands now have to.

Russia report: Intelligence committee faces credibility challenge

2 July 2020 - 2:37am
The effectiveness of the committee, which has not sat since the 2019 election, has been questioned in the past.

Geoffrey Rush: Sydney newspaper loses appeal over defamation payout

2 July 2020 - 2:26am
Actor Geoffrey Rush will receive a record sum from an Australian newspaper, after it lost an appeal.

New Zealand health minister resigns after blunders

2 July 2020 - 2:15am
David Clark had been under fire for breaking lockdown rules and for his response to the pandemic.

Why Texas is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases

2 July 2020 - 2:08am
In the last week, the state has seen upwards of 6,000 new cases every day and hospitals are reaching capacity.

The new cinema seating plans

2 July 2020 - 1:53am
How will social distancing affect going out when cinemas, bars and restaurants reopen in England, on 4 July?

Coronavirus: Kate Silverton on her fear for children's mental health

2 July 2020 - 1:51am
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health.

Lockdown: Suicide fears soar in LGBT community

2 July 2020 - 1:30am
There has been a huge increase in the number of LGBT people seeking suicide-prevention support.

Coronavirus: Year groups kept isolated in back-to-school plan

2 July 2020 - 1:23am
Safety plans to be announced for England's schools in autumn will be based on separate "bubbles".

Coronavirus: UK travel quarantine rules 'not worth it', says Theresa Villiers

2 July 2020 - 12:55am
Only a tiny number of fines have been handed out and a former minister says the policy is not working.

The Papers: Hong Kong law and 'lost NHS heroes'

2 July 2020 - 12:51am
Many of Thursday's front pages lead on the UK's citizenship offer to Hong Kong residents.


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