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England have unearthed two effective spin options in Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir, but how do they keep on developing the duo after the tour of India?
The last time Manchester United played Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup was in 1990, when a Mark Robins goal helped to ease mounting pressure on Alex Ferguson.
An unspecified "personal matter" means the Prince of Wales has withdrawn from a memorial service.
Namibia's Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton breaks the record for the fastest century in T20 international cricket with a 33-ball hundred against Nepal.
More comprehensive reviews of neonatal deaths in Scotland could save lives in the future, says NHS report.
Scott Morrison finishes his stint in politics by playing Taylor Swift bingo, naming albums in his speech.
In the latest of a string of accusations, a set designer accuses the French actor of grabbing her in 2021.
The Welsh actor supports a charity football fundraiser in aid of four-year-old Louis, from Wrexham.
Sweden international and former Arsenal midfielder Kristoffer Olsson is on a ventilator in hospital after losing consciousness at his home on 20 February.
Wet and warm weather is blamed for an invasion of snowdrop-hungry slugs at the Berkshire estate.
The UK Covid inquiry arrives in Wales to scrutinise the Welsh government's handling of the pandemic.
Britain's Josh Kerr is targeting world indoor gold in Glasgow this weekend as he prepares for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Three men suspected of preparing an act of terrorism were arrested at their homes, police said.
Live coverage as Northern Ireland host Montenegro in the Women’s Nations League play-off second leg at Windsor Park.
The sub-postmaster, whose story featured in an ITV drama, will give evidence in Parliament this morning.
Ministers fear that the relatively cheap cost of vaping makes it more accessible for young people.
The Gaganyaan mission aims to send astronauts to an orbit of 400km and bring them back after three days.
Scammers set up a fake live stream for Alex Pope's funeral and "asked mourners for bank details".
The BBC is hearing first-hand accounts of what daily life is like for people living in Gaza.
Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are set to define the 2024 F1 season, but there is plenty of interest elsewhere, writes Andrew Benson.