Celtic are not a “shambles” or “in crisis” but a 10th consecutive Scottish Premiership title may now be beyond them, says manager Neil Lennon.
Arsenal make move for Odegaard, Smith Rowe to be offered new deal, PSG plan swoop for Man City’s Garcia, plus more.
Thursday’s front pages are dominated by the inauguration of the 46th US president in Washington DC.
European giants Real Madrid are handed a humiliating Copa del Rey last-32 defeat by third division side Alcoyano.
Celtic have gone four consecutive league games without a win for the first time in 21 years, after a second draw in five days against Livingston.
The new president starts dismantling his predecessor’s legacy by signing a raft of executive orders.
Paul Pogba scores a superb winner as Manchester United reclaim top spot in the Premier League by coming from behind for a club-record equalling away win at Fulham.
People are urged not to “drive to see the floods” as thousands are told to leave their homes.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith describes the decision to let a Manchester City goal stand as “farcical”.
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Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok asked about their role in the recent violent events in Washington.
A look back at the moments that defined a historic day in the US capital.
Guro Reiten and Sophie Ingle score in extra time as holders Chelsea win a dramatic League Cup quarter-final at Manchester City.
Holidaymakers in 2021 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the travel firm says.
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Online audiences for singalongs in the Llangollen church have “exploded”, Father Lee Taylor says.
His most famous Discworld novels were written in the house in Somerset, the estate agent says.
Congratulating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the PM said it was a “big moment” for the UK and US.
The Duchess of Sussex is suing the Mail on Sunday over the publication of a letter to her father.
Experts say automated bots are buying up the stock for resale.
England are emerging from a period of ‘limbo’ after Phil Neville’s exit, but what next for the Lionesses – and Team GB?
Boris Johnson says people should never “underestimate the suffering” flooding brings to families.
Set in Regency London, the show has brought historical romance to a whole new audience.
The NFL Show’s Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora discuss why the Kansas City Chiefs’ brilliant play to beat the Cleveland Browns in the divisional play-off round was such a surprise.
There has been a fourfold increase in mortgage products for those offering a 10% deposit.
Joe Biden makes his inaugural address as the 46th president of the United States.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
The 22-year-old from LA is the youngest poet to perform at a presidential inauguration.
Kamala Harris is sworn in as US’s first female, Black and south Asian vice-president.
The new president is sworn into office by Chief Justice John G Roberts.
Novak Djokovic says his letter calling for better conditions for players self-isolating in Melbourne was written with “good intentions” and has been “misconstrued as being selfish, difficult and ungrateful”.
Brexit border hold-ups mean customers are starting to go elsewhere says UK meat exporters group.
Kamala Harris makes history as she is sworn in as US vice-president.
One of US President Joe Biden’s first acts in office will be to rejoin the global climate accord.
The total number of deaths within 28 days of a positive test during the pandemic is now 93,290.
The Premier League match between West Brom and Fulham will be shown live on the BBC on 30 January.
Premier League clubs approve the trial of permanent concussion substitutes, although it is not yet known when it will start.
Outgoing US President tells his supporters that “we will be back in some form”.
What help is there if you’re trying to home-school your children without devices or data?
Joe Biden’s inauguration as 46th US president will mark a new chapter from Donald Trump’s legacy.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp describes his side’s form as “not perfect” but also said it is “not a catastrophe”.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams said she had “no choice” in scrapping classroom assessments.
At least two people have died in a suspected gas blast that destroyed four floors of a building.
The body of Joy Morgan was found two months after a man was convicted of her murder.
Call of Duty gamer Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto says he’s stepping back from professional gaming.
Anthony Levandowski won backing from some high-profile Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
More work is needed to understand its benefits in schools in England given the new variant, health officials say.
Donald Trump and his wife Melania depart on Marine One hours ahead of his successor Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Boris Johnson says officers are working “round the clock” to retrieve the accidentally deleted data.
Private candidates are worried that if exams are cancelled they will not get a grade.
World heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua returns to his secondary school to put together a short workout routine for the pupils. Give it a go!
The company says it is not possible to ring-fence the education resource from other BBC content.
The UK’s competition watchdog launches an investigation into the technology used by online marketplaces.
Uncapped Bath centre Cameron Redpath is named in Scotland’s Six Nations squad – despite being firmly on the England radar.
The jailed opposition figure alleges the property was paid for “with the largest bribe in history”.
England head coach Eddie Jones and attack coach Simon Amor are self-isolating after forwards coach Matt Proudfoot tests positive for Covid-19.
Wales recall veteran Ospreys back-row Dan Lydiate for the 2021 Six Nations.
The home secretary has been recorded telling supporters she was an “advocate” of closures last year.
Images from the day as Joe Biden is sworn in as US president and Donald Trump leaves office.
Presenter Clemency Burton-Hill gives her first broadcast interview, a year after being in a coma.