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The government hopes "surge" testing will reduce transmission of new variants of Covid-19.
A political adviser's accusation has prompted other women to come forward with their own allegations.
England's Jack Leach agrees with India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's comments that "we need to get over" the debate over pitches.
Newcastle are facing several civil claims regarding the behaviour of former employee George Ormond, who in 2018 received a 20-year jail sentence for multiple cases of sexual abuse.
Travellers complain of having to queue for up to seven hours because of new Covid measures at border control.
Coronavirus-hit Shrewsbury Town manager Steve Cotterill is readmitted to hospital - a fortnight after being released.
The UK has not banned international travel despite the emergence of coronavirus variants overseas.
The rock and metal festival had been due to take place at Donington Park at the start of June.
Jim Ashworth-Beaumont needs the prosthetic after being involved in a cycling accident last year.
The chancellor is being urged to extend the furlough scheme until summer at the earliest
It comes as the search continues for a person in England infected with the Brazilian variant.
The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, will undergo testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition.
Copying content without consent could be a breach of copyright, lawyers say.
The former president is found guilty of trying to bribe a magistrate but can serve the term at home.
Catalan police make several arrests after searching the offices of La Liga side Barcelona.
The family had pitched their tent in a "perilous position" in a landslip-prone area, officials say.
Katie McCabe scores a stunner in the top corner as Arsenal convincingly beat Aston Villa 4-0 in the Women's Super League.
Match of the Day's Alan Shearer and Danny Murphy debate the penalty row in the Chelsea v Man Utd game and the wider issues around rule changes.
The study measured infection rates in school staff and pupils in November and December.
Stamp duty changes introduced to boost the housing market are due to end in March.