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Arsenal move up to second in the Premier League table with an emphatic victory over West Ham at London Stadium.
Roarie Deacon's late winner helps non-league Sutton United beat League Two side Cheltenham Town in the FA Cup second round.
Chelsea Football Club apologises "profusely" to a former youth team player over sex abuse he suffered.
Tottenham consolidate their position on the fringes of the Premier League top four with a commanding win over struggling Swansea.
At least nine people die in a fire during a club night in Oakland - another 13 are missing.
England equal their record of 14 consecutive Test victories with a fourth win in a row against Australia at Twickenham.
Labour will seek to amend any legislation on the Article 50 process to withdraw from the EU, Jeremy Corbyn reiterates.
A three-year old girl who helped save her mother's life has been praised by emergency services for her quick thinking.
A serving Metropolitan police officer is charged with attempted rape.
Relatives of those who died on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 travel to Madagascar to lobby for the search for debris to be expanded.
Chelsea come from behind to beat Manchester City 3-1 and increase their lead to four points at the top of the table.
Manchester City footballer Yaya Toure is charged with drink driving, police confirm.
A couple who refused to switch off their baby's life support after her twin sister died prepare for her first Christmas.
Donations to an online appeal funding the funeral of a popular York Big Issue seller top more than £3,000.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho were part of a tax-avoidance scheme, a huge document leak alleges.
Thieves are using radio jammers to steal from cars parked at motorway service stations, police warn.
Jeremy Corbyn urges progressive parties across Europe to fight the rise of the "populist right".
Lottery winner Jacqui Shannon didn't realise she had won the £1 million prize for three weeks
Music stars and MPs record a single as a tribute to the Labour backbencher Jo Cox, who was murdered in her constituency.
An ex-Southampton FC employee accused of abusing boys is still working in football, the BBC understands.