● Watford 1-1 AFC Bournemouth: Chris Mepham cancels out Stipe Perica strike Chris Mepham scores a stoppage-time equaliser at Watford to extend Bournemouth's unbeaten start to the Championship season.
● Covid in Wales: How many cases and deaths have there been? Another 16 people have died with coronavirus in Wales, taking the total to 1,772 in the pandemic.
● Covid in Wales: How many cases and deaths have there been? A total of 1,772 have now died with the virus in Wales since the start of the pandemic.
● West Ham United 1-1 Manchester City: Michail Antonio scores spectacular goal for Hammers Michail Antonio scores a wonderful goal in a 1-1 draw against Manchester City, who have now won once in four Premier League games.
● Antonio stunner helps resolute West Ham draw with Man City Michail Antonio scores a wonderful goal in a 1-1 draw against Manchester City, who have now won once in four Premier League games.
● Covid claims 11 more lives in Scotland A further 1,433 positive cases were registered in the past 24 hours with increases in Glasgow and Lanarkshire.
● ICYMI: The puppy born green and other curiosities Our weekly video round-up, In Case You Missed It, brings you some of the stories that might have passed you by.
● Man fined £10,000 after 50 attend Manchester party Greater Manchester Police says it has issued 52 fines since tier three rules came into force.
● Covid-19: Warrington tier 3 rules brought forward to Tuesday The council says the restrictions must be imposed earlier to "urgently" bring down case numbers.
● Conservative MPs 'faced abuse' over Angela Rayner's 'scum' remark The party wants the Labour leader to apologise for Angela Rayner's "unparliamentary behaviour".
● Marcus Rashford: School meals campaign is fantastic - Martin Keown Football Focus pundits Tim Cahill and Martin Keown praise Marcus Rashford for his efforts to get free school meals for children during half-term.
● North Belfast trouble: Police and fire crews attacked Masonry, bricks and bottles were thrown at officers following trouble in north Belfast on Friday night.
● Covid-19: Schools may need to close to some year groups, former adviser warns Sending some children home may be the only way to control infection rates, a former adviser warns.
● Covid: Policing lockdown 'challenging' because of public's 'fatigue' A police and crime commissioner says people need to take personal responsibility over Covid rules.
● Images of life in lockdown The Duchess of Cambridge's exhibition features images of life during the coronavirus lockdown.
● Charles Rennie Mackintosh house: Watch stolen in Northampton raid Northamptonshire Police says a gold pocket watch stolen is of "great historic value".
● Scottish Greens aim to 'catch Labour' in election Co-leaders Patrick Harvie and Lorna Slater are using the party's virtual autumn conference to rally support.
● Trump comment on 'blowing up' Nile Dam angers Ethiopia Its PM condemns "aggressions" after Donald Trump says Egypt might destroy a controversial Nile dam.
● Scotland's children told 'stay at home' this Halloween Guising and Bonfire displays are ruled out as the Scottish government urges Scots to give parties a miss this year.
● Covid: More coronavirus vaccine trials in Wales 'within weeks' Pilots for different coronavirus vaccines will be trialed across parts of Wales "very soon".
● Walthamstow stabbing: Teenage boy killed in street The 17-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the scene in east London on Friday night.
● Chester Zoo Monsoon Forest reopens after fire The tropical zone has been restored after a blaze caused by an electrical fault in 2018.
● Osiris-Rex: Nasa probe risks losing asteroid sample after door jams The Osiris-Rex spacecraft collected so much rock from asteroid Bennu that bits are leaking out.
● Jewellery stolen from dying woman's Loughborough home A gold engagement ring and an RAF insignia brooch are among the items taken by burglars.