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England and Sale Sharks centre Manu Tuilagi is ruled out for six months with an Achilles injury.
Champion jockey Oisin Murphy tests positive for cocaine and says he will "fight to clear my name".
Helen Hancock and Martin Griffiths were killed in the early hours of New Year's Day.
Stricter measures will be introduced in Liverpool, Warrington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough
The Radio 4 show's longest-serving presenter signed off by thanking all of the show's listeners.
The BBC understands a three-tier system will aim to replace the current patchwork of local lockdowns.
Firefighters film their journey through the Glass Fire, one of many wildfires burning in California.
A Sussex seal's habit of hitching a ride with passing paddleboarders is making him a local celebrity.
Stanley Johnson has apologised - as has former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who broke the "rule of six".
The actor, the son of Only Fools and Horses star Nicholas, played Ollie Coulton in So Awkward.
An EU deadline for the UK to change its Internal Market Bill passed at the end of September.
There are "serious concerns" about managing the virus amid a spike in cases, Liverpool mayor says.
San Diego Loyal forfeit a match in protest after an alleged homophobic comment was aimed at their openly gay midfielder Collin Martin.
The model and TV presenter was expecting her third child with singer husband John Legend.
Stipe Lozina punched and stomped on the woman at least 15 times in a suspected Islamophobic attack.
Anthony Davis scores 34 points and LeBron James 25 for the Los Angeles Lakers as they beat the Miami Heat 116-98 in game one of the NBA Finals.
LeBron James says the Los Angeles Lakers still have "a lot more work to do" despite a 116-98 win over the Miami Heat in game one of the NBA finals.
Wrexham, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conwy face lockdown restrictions from 18:00 on Thursday.
Labour describes proposals being considered by the government as "unconscionable".
Black History Month month on BBC Sport launches with the film Black History Matters, written and voiced by Deanna Rodger.