● Explained: How Brexit will affect PL transfer window With Britain leaving the European Union, there are new laws as of January 1 - and that means new regulations in next month's transfer window, which could have previously ...
● Co-op faces member disquiet over £70m business rates relief The Co-op Group, Britain's biggest mutual, is facing disquiet from members after refusing to commit to emulating rival grocery retailers and returning tens of...
● Shoppers told Arcadia gift cards can only be used for up to half the value of purchases Shoppers with gift cards for Arcadia stores have been told they can only use them to pay for up to 50% of their purchases.
● Adolf Hitler has 'no plans for world domination' after Namibia election win A man named after Adolf Hitler has won a local election in Namibia - but insists he has no plans for world domination.
● UK coronavirus deaths pass 60,000 as another 414 are recorded There have been a further 14,879 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 414 deaths recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours, government figures show.
● Saunders: I'm lean and looking for a scrap! Billy Joe Saunders was in lean condition and looking for 'a good scrap' after making weight for his WBO title fight against Martin Murray.
● Bond star Mikkelsen says 'it's a shocker' to replace Johnny Depp in Fantastic Beasts Mads Mikkelsen has spoken for the first time about his "shocker" replacement of Johnny Depp in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts film.
● Facebook to start removing COVID vaccine misinformation Facebook is to ban proven false claims about COVID-19 vaccines, but warns it will "not be able to start enforcing these policies overnight".
● Charlize Theron leads tributes following death of Mad Max star Tributes are being paid to Mad Max actor Hugh Keays-Byrne, who has died aged 73.
● Man arrested over deaths of two Tunbridge Wells women in 1987 A 66-year-old man has been arrested in a cold case murder investigation over the deaths of two women in Kent more than 30 years ago.
● Peer facing 18-month suspension for bullying and homophobic comments A peer is facing suspension for at least 18 months for bullying and harassment of three MPs and a security guard.
● Grosjean crash site barrier changes; FIA outlines investigation Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, has outlined its plan for the investigation into Romain Grosjean's terrifying fiery crash in the Bahrain GP.
● Large explosion near Bristol in 'serious incident' Emergency crews are dealing with a large explosion at a warehouse in Avonmouth, near Bristol.
● Tesco warns government over Brexit's 'biggest challenge' Tesco's new chief executive has told Sky News the UK's largest retailer still lacks clarity from the government on the movement of goods following the end of the ...
● LIVE STREAM: Saunders vs Murray weigh-in Billy Joe Saunders will have a final face-off with Martin Murray at the weigh-in for their WBO super-middleweight title fight - and you can watch on a live stream.
● Sarah Harding reveals she is writing life story following advanced cancer diagnosis Sarah Harding has revealed she is writing an autobiography after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
● PL bailout agreement with L1 and L2 clubs imminent The Premier League bailout for EFL clubs in League One and Two is expected to be agreed on Thursday.
● ECB increases women's domestic cricket contracts to 41 players Southern Vipers' Georgia Adams is one of 16 female cricketers who have signed full-time domestic contracts, boosting the total number in the English...
● Media giant Bertelsmann backs subscription start-up Zephr A British start-up which helps traditional print publishers increase digital subscription revenues has won backing from an arm of Bertelsmann, the German media giant.
● Hackers targeted vaccine distribution network A cyber espionage campaign targeted at companies vital to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines has been detected.
● Positive COVID cases drop by 28% in England Positive coronavirus cases have dropped by 28% in England, weekly Test and Trace figures show.
● Christmas travel plan to clear roadworks and delay rail upgrades unveiled to avoid chaos Nearly 800 miles of roadworks will be cleared in a bid to avoid Christmas travel chaos, the transport secretary has said.
● Pfizer vaccine to arrive in the UK 'within hours' The first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will arrive in the UK in "hours, not days", according to Jonathan Van-Tam.
● Snow and ice warnings for parts of UK as winter chill bites A winter chill is heading to the UK with temperatures in parts of the country forecast to dip as low as -10C (14F) on Thursday night.