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Matt Parkinson bamboozles Birmingham Phoenix with a sensational spell of leg-spin bowling to give Manchester Originals their first win of The Hundred.
The Royal College of Nursing says the comments at a protest rally were "reprehensible".
Officials warn of hazardous travel conditions as heavy rainfall causes disruption in the capital.
But any rise in cases linked to the 19 July unlocking is unlikely to show up in the daily data just yet.
Hugo Millan, a 14-year-old motorbike rider, has died after crashing at a race in Spain.
It was one of several landslides in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday.
Birmingham Phoenix's Issy Wong takes a huge swing, loses her bat and is caught for 10 in the women's Hundred match against Manchester Originals at Old Trafford.
Making proof of full vaccination mandatory at Premier League matches could cause "chaos" at some clubs, the Football Supporters' Association has warned.
Watch the best plays as France stun USA in their opening game by 83-76 after the reigning champions endured their first Olympics defeat in 25 games.
Supply firms are having to fight to keep food on supermarket shelves, an industry body warns.
First Minister Mark Drakeford's predecessor says the protesters are "on a different planet".
After a record eighth Olympic Games, 46-year-old Oksana Chusovitina says goodbye to the sport she has loved since the age of seven.
The meteor is believed to have landed in a forest after flashes of light were seen across Norway.
The deaths near Ardlui are among six water-related fatalities in Scotland over the past three days.
Germany's gymnasts wear full-body suits in women's qualification at the Olympics as they continue their stand against the sexualisation of their sport.
Bradly Sinden takes silver for Great Britain after defeat by Uzbekistan's Ulugbek Rashitov in the taekwondo -68kg final.
Great Britain's Bradly Sinden wins silver medal after losing the men's -68kg taekwondo final to Uzbekistan's Ulugbek Rashitov at the Tokyo Olympics
Day two of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics brings Team GB's first medals with taekwondo silver for Bradly Sinden and Chelsie Giles winning judo bronze.
The health secretary says he used a poor choice of word in a tweet, after criticism from victims' group.
Judoka Chelsie Giles wins Team GB's first medal of the Tokyo Olympics with bronze in the women's -52kg event.