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People's Vote march: Tens of thousands in 'final say' Brexit protest

1 hour 8 min ago
Protesters calling for another referendum march on Westminster as MPs debate the PM's new deal.

Micah Richards wants Uefa to be stronger on racism

2 hours 28 min ago
Micah Richards and Martin Keown discuss the best way to combat racism in football following the shameful scenes that stopped England's Euro 2020 qualifying game against Bulgaria twice.

Mule dressage under threat from international body

3 hours 44 min ago
Christie Mclean is taking on the international body to ensure mules like Wallace are allowed to compete.

Libor rigging inquiry shut down by Serious Fraud Office

3 hours 46 min ago
The Serious Fraud Office unexpectedly closes an investigation into interest rate fraud.

England beat Australia 40-16 to make Rugby World Cup semi-finals

4 hours 27 min ago
England are into the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 12 years as they ruthlessly dispatch old rivals Australia.

Leicester City helicopter crash: Walk to honour victims

5 hours 44 min ago
The tribute will mark the first anniversary of the crash outside the Premier League club's stadium.

Cambridge University don readmitted after sexual harassment

7 hours 30 min ago
Ex-students say they are "staggered" the languages professor has been readmitted to Trinity Hall.

Juan Mata's Common Goal: Should more footballers sign up?

8 hours 58 min ago
Juan Mata has persuaded 130 people to donate 1% of their salary to charity as part of his Common Goal project - but should more football figures be involved?

Chile protests: Unrest in Santiago over metro fare increase

9 hours 46 min ago
Protests sparked by a metro fare increase turn violent and spread across Santiago.

Brexit: MPs set for knife-edge vote on Boris Johnson's deal

10 hours 48 min ago
Boris Johnson urges MPs to back his deal ahead of what looks to be an incredibly close vote in the Commons.

Foals on why they 'relish the potency of a knuckle-dragging riff'

11 hours 45 min ago
Yannis Philippakis says Foals are digging into their instruments - while he's been digging up vegetables.

Primary schools give free food to hungry families

14 hours 40 min ago
The biggest primary school academy trust is setting up food banks in its schools to feed families.

Nasa Mars 2020 Mission's MiMi Aung on women in space

15 hours 17 sec ago
At 16, MiMi Aung travelled alone to the US for an education. Now she's a project lead on Nasa's Mars mission.

Is the Trump campaign spending $1m a week on ads?

15 hours 8 min ago
Elizabeth Warren made the claim and accused Facebook of taking cash, "no questions asked".

Being a swing in The Lion King

15 hours 10 min ago
Swing Debôrah Godchaser takes us behind the scenes as the show celebrates 20 years in London's West End.

Week in Pictures: 12 to 18 October 2019

15 hours 14 min ago
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

The man who fed the world

15 hours 19 min ago
In 1970 Dr Norman Borlaug was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his pioneering work developing disease-resistant crops.

'Happy to Chat' benches: The woman getting strangers to talk

15 hours 20 min ago
"Happy to Chat" signs have been appearing on park benches across the UK - and now the world.

Swiss election: Why melting Alps could create a green wave

15 hours 21 min ago
Greens are hoping to come second in Sunday's Swiss elections, eyeing a climate change opportunity.

Exarchia: How Airbnb angered Greek anarchists

15 hours 29 min ago
Home rentals site Airbnb sparked a heated debate about sustainable tourism in an Athens district known for its radical politics.

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