● Oisin Murphy: Champion jockey 'saw cocaine present' night before positive test Champion flat jockey Oisin Murphy admits he saw "cocaine was present" the night before he tested positive for the drug in July.
● European Super League: Poll finds younger fans happier about prospect of breakaway league A BBC poll shows younger fans are happier about the prospect of a European Super League than older fans.
● US pushes ahead with new rules for Chinese firms The move to delist non-compliant companies coincides with a wider push to ramp up pressure on China.
● Defund the Police: Obama says 'snappy slogan' risks alienating people His comments drew a backlash from progressive Democrats who want to see police funds diverted.
● 'Stay home,' says US mayor at Mexico beach resort Steve Adler is the latest US politician accused of Covid-19 double standards, but he denies breaking rules.
● Chinese step up attempts to 'influence' Biden team A US intelligence official says Beijing is targeting people close to the incoming US president.
● HSBC share price rockets 50% since its 25-year low Investors feel the UK's biggest bank's outlook has improved after slumping in September.
● Covid: Jersey to enter 'hospitality circuit breaker' Pubs, restaurants and other hospitality outlets on the island are expected to close until 4 January.
● Live animal exports to be banned in England and Wales The environment secretary says the ban could be in place by the end of 2021 in a move away from EU rules.
● Covid-19: Do not resuscitate orders may have been used without consent There was a jump in complaints about such orders in the first wave of the pandemic, the care watchdog says.
● Extra measures 'to ensure fair exams next summer' There will be generous grades and advance notice of topics, as GCSEs and A-levels in England go ahead.
● Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: 'How the conflict made my uncle a refugee in Sudan' A BBC reporter's relative fled to neighbouring Sudan by foot and boat, losing his shoes on the way.
● Covid: Unpaid carers 'should be prioritised for vaccine' A charity wants unpaid carers to get the Covid-19 vaccine at the same time as health and social workers.
● 'Covid ended our marriage': The couples who split in the pandemic Around the world, previously happy couples are splitting up and divorcing due to the stress of the pandemic.
● Tracey Emin on bladder cancer: 'Art kept me alive' One of Britain's most celebrated artists tells the BBC how her new exhibition helped her get through cancer treatment.
● COVID-19: The students at school in a pandemic Students in Hartlepool talk about what it's like going to school during a pandemic.
● 'We've just moved to a remote island we'd never visited' Alex and Buffy dropped everything to start a new life on the Isle of Rum, which they had only seen in pictures.
● South Korea: The life-changing exam that won't stop for a pandemic Despite a third wave, nearly 500,000 South Koreans will sit for critical university entrance tests.
● Manchester United: Maybe I should have taken Fred off, says boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he may have made a mistake in not substituting midfielder Fred off before he was sent off...
● Solskjaer admits leaving Fred on might have been mistake Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he may have made a mistake in not substituting midfielder Fred off before he was sent off in the defeat by Paris...
● Covid: Nottingham mum 'turned away from store because of baby' Fitness studio owner Kat Bailey was told Makro had banned under-16s to enforce social distancing.
● Emmanuel Biendarra: Father of missing toddler makes plea for help Emmanuel Biendarra is missing amid concerns he may have been taken out of the UK by his mother.
● 'Direct debit fraud cost my mum £1,000' Phil Lind says his mother, Ursula, had money stolen from her bank account after criminals beat security.
● Will Santa have enough bikes for Christmas Day? Millions of bicycles were sold this year, with fears there won't be enough for the festive period.