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Manchester City are the latest side to rout West Brom at The Hawthorns as Pep Guardiola's side go top of the table.
Teenager Bukayo Saka scores a wonderful goal as Arsenal continue their excellent run of league form by coming from behind to beat Southampton in an eventful game.
The shadow justice secretary calls for seven-member juries to deal with cases delayed by the pandemic.
The Russian leader says his first call with the new US president was "business-like and frank".
West Ham David Moyes feels his side are improving but have "not scratched the surface yet" as they beat Crystal Palace to continue their flawless start to 2021.
Jack Wilshere's classy finish helps Bournemouth past Crawley in their rearranged FA Cup fourth-round tie.
Steve Bruce says he may be on his worst run of results in 20 years as a manager but is encouraged by his Newcastle side's second-half display in the home defeat to Leeds.
Care home owner Ty Yilmaz tells the BBC when coronavirus hit them it was like being "on the frontline in a war".
Trinidadian-born British writer Monique Roffey says she is "pinching herself" over her win.
The 71-year-old Lib Dem peer says she is wearing her "I've had the jab" badge with pride.
Campaigners claim changes to the way decisions were made led to a "shocking" fall in cases going to court.
There will be "a lot more deaths" before the effect of vaccines is felt, England's chief medical officer says.
The tunnel is a danger to public safety, an HS2 spokeswoman told the BBC.
Chief Yogananda Pittman told lawmakers the force didn't do enough to prepare for a "terrorist attack".
Thomas Tuchel is appointed Chelsea's new manager on an 18-month contract after the sacking of Frank Lampard.
The government gives its support to a project to use oral contraceptives to control grey squirrels.
More than 100,000 people have now died with Covid in the UK. Here's some advice on helping those grieving.
Totally blind guinea pig Ami gets on just fine as sister Yuki guides her everywhere, the RSPCA says.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
AstraZeneca has also dismissed German media reports, saying its vaccine is effective at all ages.