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The pair are the celebrities whose faces appear in more fake endorsement scams than anyone else, cyber agency says.
Watch the brilliant partnership between Chelsea forwards Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr in their 5-0 win over Reading women, as they finish the 2020/21 season scoring 52 goals between them.
Four England Twenty20 matches will be shown on BBC TV as live cricket returns to UK screens from next month.
Average house prices have climbed almost £20,000 in the last year, hitting a record high in April.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf runs 10.37 seconds in the 100m at the Golden Games but fails to make the final.
Uefa is set to decide by Wednesday whether to switch the Champions League final to Wembley from Istanbul because of travel restrictions.
The Department for Work and Pensions has reviewed 150 cases where people died or came to serious harm.
Lewis Hamilton says he wants to seal a new contract with Mercedes before Formula's 1 summer break.
Young people reflect on the pros and cons of wearing masks in school and college.
A new book explores the naturalist's lost childhood garden at The Mount in Shrewsbury.
The motive behind the attack is unclear but there is no indication it was a domestic terror event.
There are fears of new clashes between Palestinians and Israelis during the annual Jerusalem Day march.
Tuesday's Queens Speech is the time to act on social care reform, says cross-party group.
Hugging is also on the cards, as the PM is due to confirm a relaxation of restrictions in England from 17 May.
The US acts to keep fuel flowing after its largest pipeline was hit by a ransomware cyber-attack.
Tens of thousands of companies are being set up with Filipino directors to benefit from UK tax relief.
Social care, building safety and immigration are set to feature in government plans for the next year.
One of the most bizarre episodes of World War Two unfolded on a farm to the south of Glasgow on 10 May 1941.
Walid Jarad fled persecution in Lebanon - now he's being trained to be a NHS nurse in Liverpool.
The former Gogglebox star told BBC Breakfast about "horrific trolling" that led to her reaching out for help.