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Exeter City sign winger Randell Williams from Premier League club Watford on a free transfer.
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton and Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas are amongst the nominees for the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards.
Jake Leonard, 22, was paying a gym membership elsewhere but "couldn't get through the door".
The government may block the Speaker from getting a peerage when he retires, a source suggests.
The suspension has been imposed because the channel had broken rules governing adverts, YouTube says.
Watford captain Troy Deeney is fined £20,000 by the Football Association following post-match comments he made about the referee after a 3-3 draw with Bournemouth.
HMYOI Aylesbury house young males with some of the longest sentences in England.
Luz Margory Isaza Villegas was last seen by neighbours in Hemel Hempstead on Saturday, police say.
Jason Lawrance is facing four counts of rape between 2009 and 2014 in three counties.
Non-league Aylesbury say relegation is "unavoidable" as they cannot make their changing rooms bigger in time to meet new FA rules.
Eleven men were killed when a Hawker Hunter jet crashed into the A27 during Shoreham Airshow
The League One club said the 23,000-seat stadium would be 'something the town can be proud of'.
The animal had been living under wooden decking in a garden for months before being lured out.
Billy Hicks and Jay Edmunds perished in the fire thought to have been set by Ashley Martin.
Andy Hill's "negligence" led him to crash, causing a "massive fireball" which killed 11, a jury hears.
A 16-year-old who stabbed his sister's secret boyfriend in the heart is found guilty of manslaughter.
The bill to protect police dogs was inspired by Finn, who was stabbed in the head and chest in 2016.
Julie Myers lured her ex-partner to a pub, where she poured a bottle of drain cleaner over him.
The Thames Valley Police officer was travelling home when he hit a stationary vehicle in a lay-by.
Mental health staff at a prison where eight inmates took their own lives in two years were "fire-fighting", an inquest hears.