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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Defending champion Tadej Pogacar takes a sublime victory atop the Col du Portet on stage 17 of the Tour de France to extend his lead in the yellow jersey.
A senior officer says had it not been for police action, the final could have been abandoned.
Lionel Messi agrees to stay at Barcelona on a deal until 2026 that reduces his wages to half of his previous salary.
The PM vows action after abuse of England footballers - but Sir Keir Starmer says his words ring hollow.
As England approaches an end to social contact laws, how have other countries managed?
Players including Marcus Rashford were targeted online after England lost the Euro 2020 final.
Hospitals in the north-east of England are facing a new surge of cases.
New Everton boss Rafael Benitez says success will win over fans who criticised his appointment.
John Lewis and Waitrose want to make the cuts as part of a shake-up of store management.
Medals table for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
There is a clash over the future of the NHS tracing app, as many delete it - or ignore its alerts.
Hundreds of notes were placed on the artwork which was defaced following England's final defeat.
Some South Africans are clearing up as protests continue over the arrest of ex-President Jacob Zuma.
As social distancing restrictions end in England and ease in Scotland, good ventilation remains vital.
A US company is told to stop producing a customised firearm covered in what looks like Lego.