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Paul Sweeney is said to have reported Ross Thomson to Westminster's standards watchdog following the alleged incident.
BBC Sport’s Mwaksy hooks up with the LA Rams cheerleaders to learn some moves and chat about the fitness levels needed to be part of the elite NFL team squad.
Demonstrators are demanding more jobs, an end to corruption, and better services.
The Brexit Party leader believes he can "serve the cause better" campaigning across the UK.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says players from title rivals Liverpool are "sometimes diving" to win games - just days before the two teams meet at Anfield.
England will learn from final defeat but it will take time to pick themselves up, says World Cup winner Matt Dawson.
She wore the black leather jacket and skin-tight trousers as Sandy for the 1978 film's finale.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy wins the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai after beating defending champion Xander Schauffele a play-off.
Stock market flotation of the Saudi oil giant Aramco could be the world's biggest initial public offering.
The actors discuss how streaming services are changing the roles women get to play.
Darren Till silences his critics on the same night Jorge Masvidal lifts the BMF title on top of one of the best cards in UFC history at Madison Square Garden.
Boos - and a few cheers - greeted the president at the Ultimate Fighting Championship in New York.
Hamilton director, Lin Manuel Miranda on his new role in the adaptation of Philip Pullman's novels which premieres this weekend.
The actress and activist on why she's being arrested each week but not wanting to go to prison.
New Zealand beat England by 21 runs in Wellington to level the five-match Twenty20 series at 1-1.
Police say a man in his 40s died and three others were hurt when the car struck the pub in Colchester.
The first rise in four years is the latest spending pledge made by ministers ahead of the general election.
An Oregon judge says a proposal by the president would cause "irreparable harm" to families.
The young koala, named Corduroy Paul, is being treated for dehydration and is now recovering well.
New documentary Queens of Amathus tells stories of women who migrated to Birmingham from Cyprus.