● No Saracens baggage for Farrell England captain Owen Farrell faces an uncertain future at Saracens but insists his Six Nations campaign will not be derailed ahead of Thursday's clear-the-air talks.
● Charles: Global warming is humanity's 'greatest-ever threat' Prince Charles has said climate change, global warming and loss of diversity are the "greatest threats humanity has ever faced".
● Evans set to skip Tokyo Olympics Dan Evans is set to reject the chance to represent Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics.
● South Korea's first transgender soldier kicked out of army South Korea has discharged its first known transgender soldier after she had gender reassignment surgery.
● Monty Python star Terry Jones dies Monty Python star Terry Jones has died at the age of 77, his agent has said.
● Textbook wins for Federer and Serena Roger Federer and Serena Williams produced textbook displays in the night session on Rod Laver Arena to cruise into the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday.
● Too much sugar in nectar 'slows down bees' Too much sugar in nectar slows down bees, a study has found.
● US threatens car tax in retaliation for digital tax US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has threatened Britain with retaliation if a proposed digital service tax goes ahead.
● Manzoni prepares to quit as civil service chief The chief executive of the civil service is preparing to step down amid a looming shake-up of Whitehall spearheaded by Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson's top adviser.
● South Western Railway 'not sustainable in the long term" South Western Railway's (SWR) finances mean it is "not sustainable in the long term", Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said.
● Recently discovered Lowry painting sells for £2.6m A recently discovered painting by British artist LS Lowry has sold for £2.6 million at auction.
● Jess Phillips will vote for Lisa Nandy in Labour leadership race Jess Phillips has confirmed she is supporting Lisa Nandy to be Labour's next leader, after pulling out of the race yesterday.
● Jaguar Land Rover to cut 500 jobs at Merseyside factory Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed that 500 jobs will be lost at its Halewood factory on Merseyside.
● Klopp: Suits, social media and sleeping In 'Being the Boss', Jurgen Klopp talks managerial inspirations, why he's not on social media, why he doesn't wear a suit and which player would be a good manager.
● Orlando Bloom to star as Prince Harry in royal spoof cartoon HBO are making an animated series satirising the Royal Family from Prince George's point of view, starring Orlando Bloom as the Duke of Sussex.
● World's oldest asteroid crater 'could have thawed Ice Age' The world's oldest asteroid crater has been discovered in Western Australia, which could have ended an Ice Age, according to scientists.
● London has become 'off-limits to those from poorer backgrounds' The streets of London are no longer paved with gold, as the capital has become too expensive for anyone from a poorer background, a study has found.
● Ted Baker blunder sees inventory overstated by £58m Ted Baker has said inventory on its balance sheet was overstated by £58m in a blunder that sent share prices falling further.
● Man charged after three London murders A 29-year-old man has been charged following the murder of three men in London last weekend, while another remains in police custody.
● New signings announced for Women's Hundred Alex Hartley, Mady Villiers and Sarah Glenn are among the latest signings announced by the eight women's teams taking part in The Hundred.
● Coco promises 'aggressive' style against Osaka Teenager Coco Gauff has promised a "more aggressive" approach when she takes on defending Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka in the third round.
● WSL Deadline Day explained Arsenal and Liverpool will be the headline makers as a busy WSL Transfer Window comes to an end.
● Saudi Arabia involved in Jeff Bezos phone hacking, UN to say The United Nations is set to support a claim that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos had his mobile phone hacked by Saudi Arabia.
● Sainsbury's chief executive Mike Coupe to retire Sainsbury's has announced its chief executive Mike Coupe is to retire, less than a year after its bid to merge with rival Asda was blocked.