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Aston Villa's women's players are "dreading" their first match of the WSL season because of the club's shirts, says Jacqui Oatley.
Regulators have approved the development of a controversial oil field in the North Sea.
The This Morning presenter joined Noel Fielding and co as the Channel 4 series returned on Tuesday.
England captain Millie Bright is worried "standards may slip" and female footballers will pick up more injuries unless the international schedule is addressed.
Travis King ran across the border from South Korea during a tour of the area in July
Irish authorities say that more than €150m of suspected cocaine has been seized from a cargo ship.
The retailer admits sizing needs to be more consistent after its new returns fee sparks a backlash.
Manchester United winger Antony has flown back to England from Brazil and will meet with Greater Manchester Police to answer questions about the serious allegations made against him.
Several police vehicles and ambulances can be seen near a shopping centre in south London.
Johnny Matthews is "buzzing" about his call-up to the Scotland World Cup squad and with a first cap aged 30 on the horizon.
Labour mayors will meet in Leeds later to urge Rishi Sunak to stick with the HS2 link to Manchester.
Rory McIlroy says he was left in tears after a video message from caddie Harry Diamond was played at Monday's Ryder Cup Team Europe meeting.
Speculation the rail line could be scrapped raises doubts about future projects, says construction firms.
In a segment on the channel, Fox made disparaging remarks about PoliticsJOE reporter Ava Evans.
CCTV shows the moment a worker allegedly shot at a customer’s car after an argument over missing fries.
Galatasaray's Mauro Icardi and Kerem Akturkoglu recreate Thierry Henry and Robert Pires' infamous penalty miss for Arsenal in 2005.
Development and production consents have been given to the offshore development west of Shetland.
Victor Osimhen's agent Roberto Calenda says they could take legal action against Napoli after the club mocked the striker in a video on social media.
It would involve users taking their own drugs in a hygienic environment under supervision.
Shante Daniel-Folkes' parents call for a speed cap on police cars travelling in residential areas.