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Heidi Allen, Sarah Wollaston and Anna Soubry criticised the government's "disastrous handling of Brexit".
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says winning matches is the "only solution" and describes criticism of his system as a "false problem".
Steve Stricker will captain the United States as they try to reclaim the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in 2020.
The Henley Standard agrees to change its letters page convention after a reader labels it "offensive".
A merger between Sainsbury's and Asda could push up prices and cut choice, warns the competition watchdog.
Liverpool might feel disappointed to draw with Bayern Munich, but ex-Reds defender Mark Lawrenson feels they are in a strong position.
An LGBT sports group severs links with the tennis legend over remarks about male-to-female athletes.
A statue depicting the famous kiss between a US sailor and a nurse at the end of World War Two has been defaced with '#MeToo'.
England will face a hostile atmosphere in Cardiff on Saturday - and it starts with the journey from the hotel to the stadium.
When Alex Smith joined the Army he didn't reveal to anyone he had spent years training to be a dancer.
The abandoned Chernobyl exclusion zone could be about to change for the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster.
The trial and conviction of the notorious Joaquín Guzmán tells us much about the multi-billion drugs trade.