A shortage of vessels is hampering global trade and may lead to empty shelves before Christmas.
Andros Townsend credits his mum for the wonder strike which helps Everton beat Burnley and continues their unbeaten start to the season.
Many of the front pages focus on the expansion of the vaccine rollout as part of the PM’s winter plan.
Emma Raducanu’s “very special” US Open win has gives British tennis with a “huge opportunity” to attract more people to the sport, says winner Andy Murray.
Sam Quek and Ugo Monye join Paddy McGuinness in the latest series of Question of Sport, let’s see if you are a sporting genius.
A “shocked” teenager met Liverpool’s Harvey Elliott after they were both injured playing football.
Tanya Fear was reported missing by friends and family, who said she had not been seen since last week.
BBC research finds the number of days passing 50C has doubled in the past 40 years.
Andros Townsend’s brilliant goal capped a comeback win for Everton as victory over Burnley moved them level on points with the Premier League’s top three.
Wildest Dreams came true when the American pop princess visited the city.
Parental consent will be sought for the programme for children aged 12 to 15, the government says.
Afghan women show off their traditional dress as black burqas spread under the Taliban.
US Open champion Daniil Medvedev says he did not feel there was any hostility towards him personally from the crowd during his victory over Novak Djokovic.
The militants target civilians in Panjshir, the BBC finds, despite promises of restraint.
The BBC understands it will focus on the over-50s, who will be offered a single dose of Pfizer.
The Duke of York is being sued in New York over allegations of sexual assault by Virginia Giuffre.
The ex-BBC broadcaster helped to launch the station and briefly appeared as its lead news anchor.
A news story claiming Walmart would accept cryptocurrency Litecoin was fabricated, the retail giant says.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.
Duke of York’s legal team reportedly instructed him ‘to refuse any request’ to discuss Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s lawsuit
The aerial pictures show the Ever Ace coming in to dock at Felixstowe in Suffolk.
Xander Graham was broadcast on live TV as he raced alongside riders on the Tour of Britain near Edinburgh.
BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at some of the week’s best technology stories.
After plans for vaccine passports were reversed, Newsbeat speaks to those happy and disappointed.
Amy Winifred Hawkins became a hit on social media when a video of her singing was seen 30,000 times.
Watch as Tottenham forward Rosella Ayane helps grab a controversial late winner in the Women’s Super League which Man City boss Gareth Taylor describes as a “blatant handball.”
As Emma Raducanu basks in her new-found New York fame, she explains where she found the mental strength to win a Grand Slam title.
The minister’s claim over the end to the £20 uplift is disputed and called an “insult” by Labour.
Watch the best plays as Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins strut their stuff in the opening week of the new NFL season.
A QC representing many victims of the 2017 disaster strongly criticises several construction firms.
Vaccines are central to government efforts to avoid further Covid-19 lockdowns
President getting both ‘praise and pushback’ over mandatory jabs
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Anthony Joshua says he needs to fight heavyweight rival Tyson Fury before he retires.
Move will help reduce school disruption – but only one dose to be offered, top doctors say.
Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen is set to return to racing at the Russian Grand Prix after recovering from coronavirus.
The Fortnite-maker lodges an appeal in its Apple case, two days after the judge’s ruling.
Camera performance can “degrade” if attached to high-volume, high-power motorbikes, Apple says.
Brands will queuing up to secure sponsorship deals with the teenage tennis star, experts say.
Chelsea face Wolfsburg in the Women’s Champions League group stages, with Arsenal in with holders Barcelona.
Childcare costs under the spotlight in parliament today as parents forced to choose ‘between child and career’
US says the weapon may have nuclear capabilities and poses ‘threats’ to neighbouring nations
After a scuffle on the red carpet, the ceremony struggles to generate many big new cultural moments.
It is seeking more than $600m (£434m) in aid following the Taliban takeover last month.
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus.
Volunteers are being recruited in England for a blood test able to detect more than 50 types of cancer.
Tech giant has partnered with Ray-Ban to launch internet-connected eyewear
Many teachers do not know enough about the Holocaust to combat myths and falsehoods, a study suggests.
Tanya Fear, 31, who has appeared in Doctor Who, has not been seen since last week.
Jamie waited three months for an appointment after an abnormal result – it should be two weeks.
The TV star and author shares his life lessons on regret, ageing and doing good.
Manchester United hoping to cash in big after securing the Portuguese star’s signature on two-year contract
Insulate Britain is demanding government action on home insulation.
The discount fashion chain says shoppers are still stocking up on leggings and cycle shorts.
Australia Test captain Tim Paine is confident he will be fit for the Ashes despite needing surgery to treat a pinched nerve in his neck.
The French firm says the deal was cancelled over allegations of a breach of the agreement, which it denies.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
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Watch highlights as Tottenham Hotspur beat Manchester City 2-1 in the Women’s Super League thanks to a late, controversial own goal.
Andrew Richardson, the coach who guided Emma Raducanu to her astonishing US Open triumph, says her mental strength is “truly special”.