● The Countdown: Amy Coney Barrett's judging and mothering Donald Trump hails her as a "mother of school-age children", but others see her lack of experience.
● FA launches diversity code to increase BAME and female representation Football clubs will be required to meet a recruitment diversity target of 15% in new executive jobs and 25% in coaching roles under a voluntary code devised ...
● FA launches diversity code to increase BAME and female representation in English football Football clubs will be required to meet a recruitment diversity target of 15% in new executive jobs and 25% in coaching roles under a...
● Three Scunthorpe games off after eight players test positive for Covid-19 Scunthorpe's next three League Two fixtures are postponed because of positive Covid-19 cases at the club.
● Claire Parry death: PC Timothy Brehmer cleared of murder Timothy Brehmer, who worked for Dorset Police, strangled Claire Parry but says it was an accident.
● Scunthorpe United: Three League Two games postponed because of Covid-19 cases Scunthorpe's next three League Two fixtures are postponed because of positive Covid-19 cases at the club.
● Free school meals: Rishi Sunak says government has 'provided resources' "We've got to be able to trust local councils to make decisions," the Chancellor Rishi Sunak says.
● Turkish lira sinks amid Erdogan fury with allies The lira hits a record low against the dollar amid jitters over Turkish regional ambitions.
● Liberal Democrat Kirsty Williams to leave Senedd Wales' education minister announces she is stepping down at next May's election.
● A 30-hour flight, two weeks of self-isolation & no head coach - but England ready for world champions As England prepare to face world champions New Zealand in Hamilton, BBC Sport speaks to co-captain Laura Malcolm on how...
● England Netball in New Zealand: 'We are here to take the Test series' - Laura Malcolm As England prepare to face world champions New Zealand in Hamilton, BBC Sport speaks to co-captain Laura Malcolm on how they have navigated...
● Tom Parker welcomes second child weeks after brain tumour diagnosis Parker, who has an inoperable brain tumour, became a dad again last week, his bandmate reveals.
● NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde apologises over flu jab problems The apology follows some people receiving letters after their appointment had passed.
● Stik: Prints by Hackney artist stolen and sold online The works by the Hackney-based artist were to be distributed to households in the borough as a gift.
● Coronavirus: Russia steps up restrictions as infections surge Masks must be worn in all public areas and bars and restaurants should close overnight, officials say.
● Bands record covers album as fundraiser for out-of-work roadies The Proclaimers, Idlewild and Belle & Sebastian are supporting crew members who are out of work because of the Covid pandemic.
● Rapid tests could let students escape at Christmas Covid testing pilot projects are launched in universities - as plans begin to get students home at Christmas.
● Women's Six Nations: England's Sarah Hunter ruled out of Grand Slam defence England captain Sarah Hunter is ruled out of Sunday's Women's Six Nations game against Italy with a hamstring injury, as the champions seek a...
● England captain Hunter out of bid to complete successive Grand Slams England captain Sarah Hunter is ruled out of Sunday's Women's Six Nations game against Italy with a hamstring injury, as the champions seek a second...
● Lord Janner inquiry: Leicester children's home 'burned records' A police officer tells an inquiry into child sexual abuse the Ratcliffe Road home was a "hell-hole".
● Jamie Foxx's 'heart shattered' after sister dies aged 36 The Hollywood star said sister Deondra, who was 36, "is in heaven now dancing with her wings on".
● Deep-diving whale dies after swimming up river Rescuers made a "sterling effort" to save the 21ft-long animal found in a tributary of the River Clyde near Glasgow Airport.
● Home working reduces creative thought, says Bank economist The Bank of England's Andy Haldane says people are less exposed to new experiences when working at home.
● Joni Mitchell still 'struggling to walk' after 2015 aneurysm The star says she had to re-learn how to walk and talk after falling ill five years ago.