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Spain defeat England 1-0 to win Women's World Cup
Early goal kept Spain in the lead despite 14 minutes of extra time.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Who are the finalists?
In partnership with Media City Qatar. Just two matches remain and the two finalists are about to go head-to-head in a bid to lift the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.
England beat Australia 1-3 to reach Women's World Cup final
The Lionesses will now face Spain in Sydney on Sunday for a historic Women's World Cup final after beating Australia on their home turf.
Migrants moved off Bibby Stockholm after Legionella bacteria found
It's the latest setback for the controversial barge the UK government hopes will provide an alternative to housing migrants in hotels.
The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup: New favourites and shock exits
Few could have predicted the eight teams still standing when the Women's World Cup kicked off three weeks ago in Australia and New Zealand. In partnership with Media City Qatar.
Women's World Cup: England triumphs, while Denmark heads home
England were made to dig deep when Lauren James was given a red card for stamping - while Denmark could not overcome the strength of an in-form Australian side.
Where can you wild camp in Europe?
A ban on wild camping in the UK's Dartmoor National Park has been lifted after a successful appeal by locals.
Culture Re-View: Robert Baden-Powell founds a worldwide movement
On this day in 1907, the first ever Scouting event kicked off, paving the way for the long-established organisation.
More than 9m people in England to have major illness by 2040 - report
Nineteen of the 20 health conditions studied are projected to increase in prevalence, the report warned.
Paws in pews: Churches in the UK welcome dogs at services
Some parishes hope admitting four-legged friends will boost congregation numbers.
Culture Re-View: Lady Godiva rides through Coventry
On this day in 1040, the historical figure is said to have ridden on horseback through the streets of Coventry in order to gain a remission on harsh taxes imposed by her husband, Leofric, the Earl of Mercia.
Institutional racism and sexism infects English cricket, says report
The extensive report pointed out "entrenched" racism in all levels of English cricket alongside an extremely sexist environment for female cricketers.
Women's World Cup 2023: Who are the main contenders?
There is just one month to go until one of football’s biggest competitions kicks-off, but who could win it in Oceania this summer? In partnership with Media City Qatar.
Real Madrid confirm signing of Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund
The England international will be unveiled to Real Madrid fans this Thursday.
These scenic bus routes in England will cost you under €3
Travellers can save around 30 per cent on most routes, rising to 87 per cent on some rural services.
Europe's future football stars vie for U20 World Cup glory
Players from five European nations will look to make their mark in this year's U20 World Cup which kicks off this weekend in Argentina.
England head to Women’s World Cup with a new look – here's why
England will wear blue shorts instead of white at this year's Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, after players expressed concerns over periods when wearing an all-white national team kit. The shorts feature a leak-protection liner in response to athletes' feedback.
Women's World Cup 2023: Will it be the biggest ever?
The biggest stars of the women's game will be making their way to Australia and New Zealand for the first time ever this July, and it’s set to be the best edition of the tournament yet.
At what age can you legally get married in Europe?
Child marriage, as defined by UNICEF, is a formal marriage or informal union with a person under the age of 18.