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Concerns are being raised about the accuracy of the tests for the coronavirus.
McLaren are hopeful they can continue the progress they made in 2019 as they launch their new car for the 2020 Formula 1 season.
Former England doctor Alan Bass - who was present at four World Cups, including 1966 - has died aged 90.
Former Premier League referee Bobby Madley says he has accepted an opportunity to officiate in England again.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reshuffles cabinet positions, two months after winning the general election. Who's in it?
The organiser of Glastonbury festival won Godlike Genius at the NME Awards in London.
One of the leading coaches in tennis, Jose Higueras, is tipping Andy Murray to make a successful return from his latest injury setback.
World IBF featherweight champion Josh Warrington hopes for a unification fight in Leeds this summer after re-signing with promoter Eddie Hearn.
The actor's last on-screen film role was in 1997 - but he's about to return to the big screen.
Centre Manu Tuilagi is available for England's Six Nations match against Ireland, but full-back Anthony Watson will not be fit in time, says head coach Eddie Jones
A Tory donor provided holiday accommodation to the PM, according to the register of MPs' interests.
Tennis legend Billie Jean King says allowing coaches to signal instructions to players during matches is a "no brainer".
The new vocational T-level qualification will start in England this September, but how does it work?
The virus is spreading around the world, but what is it, how can we be protected and can it be stopped?
Jenson Webster had not seen snow before and excitedly joined in the frozen fun and games.
Bashir Dokhov hung the portrait in an apartment block to gauge public opinion on the president.