A letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel follows calls last week from MPs to reconsider the rules.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos says the club is "vehemently opposed" to the EFL's plans for the Championship to return on 20 June.
The artist known as Christo was famous for wrapping huge buildings and entire coastlines in fabric.
BBC Scotland delves into the history books to uncover how the Scottish national team was formed.
The British Basketball League ends the 2019-20 season early and the title will not be awarded because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rory Curtis was a promising amateur footballer but his life was turned upside down when his car collided with a lorry, the start of a bizarre chain of events.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning.
Protests continue in cities across the US sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police.
The UK should be leading the response to China's treatment of Hong Kong, seven former foreign secretaries say.
Venezuela's fuel crisis has been so acute that even funeral homes are struggling to transport bodies to the cemetery.
Some primary school years in England returning and lockdown rules easing feature in Monday's papers.
The Swedish singer discusses her pop classic, and how she once became 'tired of the broken heart'.
Gen Haftar's forces have been beaten back from Tripoli but that does not mean peace is at hand.
Our homes, transport and city-centre spaces would change if we worked from home for good.
Shetland was one of the UK areas worst hit by Covid-19 - now there have been no new cases for six weeks. How did they do it?
Cartoonist Priya Kuriyan documents how masks became prevalent in India - even before its lockdown.
The US entrepreneur started her business career answering the phone, and went on to lead Hewlett-Packard.
Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world are watching these men solve Sudoku puzzles.
For people in South Africa's rural areas trying to protect themselves from Covid-19, hand washing in clean water isn't possible.
Five doctors administering end-of-life care reflect on the current crisis.