Former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha says he does not feel "100% safe" in the USA.
The UK Statistics Authority has criticised the government's handling of Covid-19 testing data.
Covid-19 has affected BAME people disproportionately. Now they want to know why.
Durham County Council says it followed national guidelines and refutes the claims.
An atmospheric landscape photograph set as wallpaper seems to confuse the handsets.
The Oscar-winner says wider injustices and inequalities contributed to the current unrest in the US.
MPs say members will be "disenfranchised", despite the government promising some remote access.
Children and increasingly girls are being groomed because they are unknown to police, a report says.
The Premier League has given clubs permission to play friendly matches, with strict restrictions, before the restart on 17 June.
Director Spike Lee says there are "so many" reasons for those taking part in protests to be angry.
Deaths of people with learning disabilities in England rise by 134%, Care Quality Commission says.
The broadcaster spoke candidly about how George Floyd's death affected her mental health.
Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys is to leave the Premiership club after six years.
With protests continuing across the US, President Trump says he could send in troops.
Athletes and teams around the world show solidarity and join the protest against the death of George Floyd and racial discrimination.
Newcastle and United States defender DeAndre Yedlin says his grandfather is "glad" he does not live in the US as he would fear for his grandson's life "as a young black man".
The government is under pressure to relax the 2m social distancing rule - but is it safe to do so?
One volunteer says people shouted at her "when I asked them nicely to take their litter with them".
Water companies are urging people to avoid using sprinklers and paddling pools during the lockdown.
England will play three Tests in the space of 21 days when the international summer gets under way in July.