Lewis Hamilton has said he is under no illusion that his championship lead could evaporate, calling on his Mercedes team to “pull their socks up”.
John Stoa goes on a trip down memory lane at the allotment.
While others sleep, a PA news agency photographer goes out to capture the celestial light shows in his own little corner of heaven.
Colchester manager John McGreal could again name an unchanged side for the Carabao Cup third-round tie against Premier League Tottenham.
Cleveland Police are investigating an incident at Hartlepool during which players were allegedly racially abused.
Ian Burchnall has been best known as Graham Potter’s replacement at Ostersunds, but that job is proving far more challenging than he might have expected.
Israel’s president has invited the two main victors from the country’s neck-and-neck election to meet, seeking to break a deadlock that has complicated his task of trying to choose the country’s next prime minister.
Tearful staff and weary travellers have touched down at Manchester Airport on the last ever scheduled Thomas Cook flight, bringing an end to 178 years of holidaymaking history.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saw his Manchester United side comfortably beaten at West Ham on Sunday as a poor run of form continues.
Ross Embleton will revert back to his old position of assistant coach when Leyton Orient appoint a new boss over the coming weeks.