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England have a "great chance" of victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test with "any kind of a score" in their second innings, says spinner Jack Leach.
If the ticket-holder does not come forward, the prize will be the UK's biggest unclaimed jackpot.
Stephen Cheatley's shot of lighting over Blackpool won the Weather Photographer of The Year title.
The ban on expensive designer coats came after discussions with pupils and parents, the school said.
Ian Naude was named as a suspect in three cases before he joined Cheshire Constabulary.
Bath wing Joe Cokanasiga will make his England debut against Japan as Eddie Jones makes sweeping changes from the side that lost to New Zealand.
BBC and correspondents unpick the detail in the government's withdrawal agreement documents.
"Committed paedophile" Ian Naude was said to have joined the police for access to vulnerable girls.
The Ivy Park gymwear brand is now 100% owned by Beyoncé's management company Parkwood.
Football fans urge Premier League clubs not to contribute to departing Premier League chief Richard Scudamore's £5m farewell gift.
Roshen Silva hits a resolute 85 to frustrate England and give Sri Lanka a lead of 46 on day two of an evenly poised second Test.
Chelsea allegedly face the threat of a two-year transfer ban following a Fifa investigation into their signing of foreign under-18 players, including former striker Bertrand Traore.
Yoshitaka Sakurada is responsible for ensuring the 2020 Olympic Games are not hacked.
Analysts say the worse than expected 0.5% fall in sales suggests shoppers are cutting back spending.
Ray Weatherall survived a series of efforts to kill him including shooting, poisoning and burning.
Cabinet approval of the Brexit deal gains huge attention in the European newspapers.
The announcement comes the day after an "appalling" cervical-screening blunder hits more than 40,000 women.
The presenter says he experienced PTSD after going back to the hospital he nearly died at.
The proposal would see traffic limited in the first four districts, known as arrondissements.
Confirmation the bronzes are by Michelangelo could see them valued in the hundreds of millions.