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England team doctor Phil Riley stepped down from his role in the build-up to their World Cup tournament in Japan.
The move will be debated at Labour's conference on Saturday and sources expect the attempt to succeed.
"This is what people power looks like," teen Greta Thunberg says after a global climate strike.
Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa is taken out of an induced coma but faces a race against time to have major surgery.
Bournemouth survive a second-half fightback to secure a first ever victory at Southampton and move into third place in the Premier League.
Champions Wigan are one win away from a Super League Grand Final after getting past Salford in the qualifying final.
Ceara Thacker's family say they could have helped if they had known about her poor mental health.
Hilary Adair, 87, was trampled on and repeatedly attacked as she tried to get up, an inquest hears.
Meet Tira, a zebra that's been... spotted... in the Maasai Mara reserve in Kenya. It's thought she was born with spots instead of stripes, because of a melanin disorder.
Millions of people join a global environmental strike led by schoolchildren.
Virginia Giuffre says in a US TV interview that she was "trafficked" to the Duke of York.
As his debut album goes straight to number one, the singer discusses the "surreal" world he's found himself in.
Two men respond to protesters outside a production of the Rocky Horror Show by kissing.
Ceara Thacker "fell through the cracks" between services before killing herself, her parents say.
The actor and comic pokes fun at the Canadian PM following this week's blackface revelations.
Jodie Chesney's partner Eddie Coyle tells a murder trial about the moment she was fatally injured.
Two people have admitted accessing images of footballer Emiliano Sala in a mortuary.
One school's experience of the London climate change strikes.
The UK announces projects to power seven million homes with wind power - and no need for subsidy.
Batsman Alex Hales can play for England again despite losing his central contract, says director of cricket Ashley Giles.