The Premier League could have a seven-week mid-season break in 2022-23 to accommodate the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The Scottish actor played hen-pecked husband Howard in the BBC sitcom for 25 years.
Kye the donkey is being hand-reared and wearing nappies as he is looked after in the family home.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Deputy prime minister Dominic Raab took Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.
A crew member on I’m a Celebrity tests positive, sending thousands into lockdown and sparking a backlash.
One resident thought the 5.9 magnitude quake was just his neighbours doing an intense workout.
This would bring the total US commitment on vaccines shared overseas to 1.08 bn.
Osi Umenyiora & Jason Bell discuss whether Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has what it takes to go all the way to the Super Bowl.
Watch James Rodriguez’s best moments for Everton from the 2020-21 season, after the Columbian midfielder left the Premier League club for Qatari side Al Rayyan.
President Zelensky vows a strong response after his aide’s car is struck by a volley of bullets.
Steve Stricker has urged the United States fans to not “cross the line” and be “respectful to both teams” in this week’s Ryder Cup match against Europe.
People are being invited for Covid booster jabs at a theatre as the rollout gets under way.
A private residence club putting community and conservation at the heart of its business
Boris Johnson tells the French president to “get a grip” amid anger over a submarine deal.
Former West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels is charged with breaching the ICC’s anti-corruption code.
Deal would see the streaming company acquire Premier League rights
Even PM’s biographer has struggled to pinpoint how many children the Tory leader has fathered
Lava from the erupting Cumbre Vieja volcano is destroying hundreds of buildings.
Sabina Nessa’s body was discovered in a walkway just off a park in south-east London.
The chances of UK-US trade deal in the next few years have been played down – but what other agreements has the UK made?
Michael Gandolfini plays a teenage Tony Soprano, who was portrayed by his father James on TV.
Championship side Derby County enter administration and are deducted 12 points by the English Football League.
The new Unite leader says she is not interested in Westminster politics but in bringing the union ‘back to the workplace’
On-trial jab may offer better protection against new strains of coronavirus
London eyeing US-Mexico-Canada pact but economists say benefits of joining would be extremely limited
The PM says farmers can export to the US, and insists the chances of a wider trade deal are not fading.
The streaming giant will own and control works like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG.
Premier League and Championship clubs have been asked for expressions of interest to pilot safe standing this season.
BBC stars and staff invite teenagers to share their stories to help recover from the pandemic.
After Precor acquisition the exercise equipment company goes ‘beyond the home’
Trans rights and unity are key issues in ‘most intriguing leadership contest in the party’s history’
With more than 721 million doses administered so far, Covishield is India’s most widely used vaccine.
The country’s National Cyber Security Centre found security risks in both Xiaomi and Huawei models.
The energy regulator says “well above” hundreds of thousands of customers may be left in limbo as more suppliers fold.
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Caleb Plant’s first press conference to promote their upcoming super-middleweight unification fight turns violent as the pair trade blows.
Total losses through fraud rockets by 30% in the first half of the year, with many victims not refunded.
Frank Warren says he is “confident” Tyson Fury’s undisputed heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua will happen.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) approves an amendment to the game’s laws to use the gender-neutral term ‘batter’ instead of ‘batsman’.
Watch highlights as two late Luis Suarez goals help Atletico Madrid beat 10-man Getafe to go top of La Liga.
An immune therapy derived from llama blood shows ‘exciting potential’ in early coronavirus trials.
The second-longest serving chancellor in German history will remain in post until new government is formed
Inspectors say the death of the newborn baby at HMP Bronzefield “should never have happened’.
Just 125 of the collectable vehicles will be built
Harry Dunn’s mother, Charlotte Charles, says the resolution of a civil case is a relief.
The “Salty Selkies” swam for more than six miles from the Bass Rock to Craigleith, Lamb and Fidra in the Firth of Forth.
Sir Mick Jagger dedicates the band’s comeback show to the late drummer, who died last month aged 80.
National Highways wins a High Court ruling against protesters who have been disrupting the M25.
Tuesday 21 September 2021 is a day Daniel James will never forget after the birth of his baby boy and playing for Leeds in Carabao Cup win at Fulham.
Rachel Daly’s goal for England following the death of her father was “special”, says Lionesses boss Sarina Wiegman.
Watch New Zealand’s Lea Tahuhu take her first five-wicket haul in ODI cricket and then hit the winning runs against England at Leicester.
Phil Jones will return to the Manchester United squad after a 20-month absence for Wednesday’s EFL Cup third-round tie with West Ham.
Steve Bunce sits down with promoter Eddie Hearn and WBO cruiserweight champion Lawrence Okolie before the fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.
Ros Atkins asks where the pressure began on the UK’s energy industry.
A lawsuit accuses Mary Trump and reporters of an “insidious plot” to obtain confidential documents.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
Damien Bendall is accused of killing Terri Harris and three children at a house in Derbyshire.
And other stories from the stranger side of life
The coffee and sandwich chain says it hopes to open 200 shops and double in size within five years.
The tense battle between Barcelona president Joan Laporta and manager Ronald Koeman is tearing the club apart, writes Guillem Balague.