A seal slapped a kayaker with an octopus? All this and more in this edition of No Comments of the week.
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The Football Association (FA) is set to vote on €670m deal to sell Wembley Stadium in London to Pakistani-American businessman Shahid Khan.
England's Midlands was the scene for the bi-annual world 25-metre pole-climbing championships on Saturday (September 22).
Watch: 27 teams took part in the unconventional race, which saw newcomers 'Beacon Downe' snatch first prize.
An English fire department has released footage of a near miss collision with a child on a bike on Sunday (August 5) to remind cyclists to ride safely.
Ancient monuments and Roman settlements have been revealed by the UK's and Ireland's heatwave. The dry spell has left parched fields with unmistakable "crop marks" painted into the landscape.
Belgium beats England 2-0 to secure third place at World Cup 2018.
Croatia beat England 2-1 to secure a spot in the World Cup final
Animals said to have psychic powers have become a tradition at the World Cup. But who was the most accurate?
Supporters are dressing to impress in a bid to get behind manager Gareth Southgate and his England team ahead of Wednesday’s semi-final with Croatia.
"Three Lions" - a 1996 song by two British comedians is top of the iTunes chart in the UK, and inspiring millions of English football fans dreaming of World Cup glory.
British police say Dawn Sturgess has died after exposure to novichok nerve agent in Wiltshire, England.
French pig Marcel is the latest animal to predict the outcome of World Cup matches.
England will face either Russia or Croatia in the semi-finals
A father from Seattle, Washington, was coerced into getting the English flag painted onto his toenails.
This English fan is that certain the Three Lions are bringing the World Cup home.
England fans have been celebrating their team’s dramatic penalty shootout victory over Colombia.
England has booked its place in the quarter finals
England play Colombia in their World Cup last-16 match on Tuesday, in what is one of the biggest games in the country's recent history. But if there was any pressure, you couldn't tell on the players' faces on Sunday
Born and raised in busy London, Forte's natural curiosity for the human experience is very present in her work. She likes to document private emotions in public spaces, portraying colourful but honest pictures.