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England expect to have a fully fit squad to choose from when they face New Zealand in Saturday's World Cup semi-final in Yokohama.
World Rugby is investigating after referee Jaco Peyper appeared to mock sent-off France lock Sebastien Vahaamahina in a picture with Wales fans.
Two men are arrested by police investigating reports of racist abuse during Saturday's FA Cup match between Haringey Borough and Yeovil Town.
Your morning briefing for 21 October 2019.
Senior politicians say rail firm Northern should reduce fares for passengers using Pacer trains.
Boris Johnson wants "a straight up-and-down vote" as the Commons returns to action two days after its rare Saturday session.
People also suffer more strokes and asthma attacks on days when air quality is poor, academics say.
Indian police have shut two call centres and arrest seven people suspected of involvement in the scam.
The comedian says her boyfriend "wrestled back" her laptop containing scripts for a Netflix series.
The nation's biggest media rivals unite to protest against what they say is government secrecy.
Operators in the Yorkshire town were able to intercept reports from Soviet ships on their position.
Cancer researchers from the UK and US are teaming up to search for the very earliest signs of cancer.
The Harry Potter play's writer on how the 2017 tower block fire changed the course of his TV drama.
The Duke of Sussex tells ITV he does not want "a repeat of the past" with his wife in the spotlight.
Frankie Huang translates the literal names of Chinese animals into whimsical works of art.
With the ITV soap set to show Sinead Osbourne's death, the actress who plays her hopes her story will make a wider impact.
Will Canadians give Justin Trudeau a second chance when they head to the polls on 21 October?
Liviu Pop died last week, the second forest ranger killed in the past month.
A recent call from Sudan that Jewish people could return shines a light on a once thriving community.
Franco's burial site has long been the subject of debate. Here's why the saga could end this week.