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Others have come close to ending Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season but Manchester City have the quality to see their plan through, says Stephen Warnock.
An unprecedented number of blazes bring the highest threat level to New South Wales, officials say.
Dawid Malan hits the fastest T20 century by an England player as the tourists crush New Zealand by 76 runs in Napier.
Dina Asher-Smith says she will support the Athletics Association, a new union for athletes formed in response to changes to the Diamond League programme.
Reports of firms restricting women from wearing glasses at work have reignited dress code debates.
The ballot is "unlawful" and must not be allowed to hit general election and Christmas post, Royal Mail says.
Your morning briefing for 8 November 2019.
Midfielder Izzy Christiansen explains how life has been a struggle at Lyon over the past six months and how England have to expect criticism after recent results.
Victims of a man who conned 19 women say they worry he will continue when released from prison.
The party also wants to create a new body with powers to fine firms that do not report gender pay gaps.
Heavy rain continues to fall with around 100 flood warnings remaining in place in the north of England.
The Royal College of Nursing says the proposed "NHS visa" will not do enough to fix staff shortages.
New York's ex-mayor is concerned current Democratic hopefuls will not beat Donald Trump in 2020.
The world doesn't stop just because an election is on, so who's in charge?
Sam Rainsy wants to return to fight Prime Minister Hun Sen - who he says is is "a brutal dictator".
What trends can we see in political parties’ Facebook ad campaigns for the general election?
The blood was "500,000 million times more likely" to be Ms Millane's than anyone else's.
There is also an uneven distribution of asylum seekers across the UK, analysis suggests.
Jessica Pool decided she needed a space in the house for when she needed some quiet time.
Lewis Bailey, 15, put together Proud To Be Different at a working men's club.