Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold has withdrawn from the England squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro because of a back injury. No player has been called
Anti-fracking campaigners say there will be protests against chemicals firm Ineos' takeover of Team Sky at this year's Tour de Yorkshire. Team Sky announced on Tuesday it will become Team Ineos from 1
US President Donald Trump has used a visual aid to highlight how much territory he says the Islamic State group has lost in the Middle East since his election day. He claimed there was a "tiny spot" remaining
A BBC investigation has found extreme material encouraging and glamorising eating disorders on the social media platform Instagram. Jodie-Leigh Neil has overcome anorexia and says though Instagram didn't
The president of the European Council has said a short delay to Brexit will be possible, but it will be conditional on the House of Commons backing the withdrawal agreement. He says that although "Brexit
Ed Miliband had told Theresa May she is "the roadblock to this House reaching a majority" over Brexit. The former Labour leader blamed the prime minister for the Brexit impasse, urging her to "do a service
British-born Nathan Smith is a survivor of the Christchurch mosque attacks on 15 March. Mr Smith, who is originally from Dorset, told the BBC that he doesn't know how he survived the Al Noor mosque attack.
Peter Bone has used PMQs to launch an attack on his party leader's handling of Brexit. The Conservative MP told Theresa May she had a choice - either "honour" the wishes of the British people by allowing
Paul Pogba has described Real Madrid as "a dream club for every player" but says he is happy at Manchester United. The midfielder, 26, has praised caretaker-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but says Real "a
Brits Critics' Choice winner Sam Fender played six shows at last week's South By Southwest festival in Texas. The event plays host to more than 2,000 artists - and aims to showcase the best in new music.
Tanitoluwa Adewumi is an eight-year-old US chess champion. He's also a refugee from Nigeria, whose family fled Boko Haram. More than $180,000 (£130,000) was raised for him after he won New York State's