Ninety one sites will close immediately and about 1,900 people will lose their jobs.
Clubs promoted to the Premier League over the next two seasons will receive £8m less than they were expecting.
The former model and reality TV star talks about her experiences as MPs launch a new inquiry.
World Athletics says it is "very disappointed" after the Russian Athletics Federation fails to pay part of a $10m fine.
England will join West Indies in having a Black Lives Matter logo on their shirts during their forthcoming Test series.
Facebook's chief dismisses claims in leaked comments that the ads boycott poses a financial threat.
2K Games is the first publisher to reveal it will charge more for a PS5 and Xbox Series X title.
The latest round of talks, the first held in person since Covid-19 struck, broke up a day early.
FBI arrests British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, an ex-girlfriend of late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Which children are going back to school, and what about the rest?
Stanley Johnson shared pictures on Instagram showing him arriving in Athens on Wednesday.
Police forces across Europe collaborated on the UK's "most significant" law enforcement operation.
An inquest is opened and adjourned into the death of Aintree Racecourse chairman Rose Paterson.
But data for regional drive-thru centres and mobile units in England show significant progress made.
On the eve of the BBC Sport website’s 20th birthday, chief sports writer Tom Fordyce looks back on his defining moments covering the Olympics in that time.
English regional TV news and current affairs, local radio and online news will lose 450 jobs.
American teenage tennis star Coco Gauff can help "change the world for the better", says Martina Navratilova.
The pop group have already finished their seventh studio album, which will be released this year.
Churches, mosques and other places of worship can open in England from 4 July - but with changes.
Workers say staff are not self-isolating as they cannot afford to and it is "impossible" to distance.