English football needs an independent regulator to stop it “lurching from crisis to crisis”, says the chair of a fan-led review into the sport. from: BBC News
The boat, which capsized near Calais, had been carrying a group of migrants to Britain. From: New York Times
Cricket chiefs in England and Wales say racism and discrimination is a “blight” on our game and they “apologise unreservedly”. from: BBC News
Decathlon’s decision comes after a sharp rise in attempts to reach the UK from northern France. from: BBC News
English cricket is “approaching” an “emergency” over its failure to address racism and diversity, says England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison. from: BBC News
English cricket is “institutionally” racist, says former Yorkshire player Azeem Rafiq. from: BBC News
Archaeologists say the Henry VII half groat may be the oldest English coin ever found in Canada. from: BBC News
Five clubs are cleared to take part in a safe standing trial, starting with Chelsea v Liverpool on 2 January.
A Labour council is trying to do something different to boost its area – and Westminster is watching.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments over how a medieval weapons statute affects US gun ownership. from: BBC News
The Oxford English Dictionary said the word had made “the most striking impact”. from: BBC News
Noni Madueke has not had as much media attention as some other young English talents but he is attracting interest from Europe’s biggest clubs. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce increased funding for tram, train and bus services outside London.
Bamenda – “It is with the deepest dismay and great sorrow that we, the Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda, have received the terrifying news of the brutal killing of Enondiale Tehuengia Carolaise, a first grade girl from Molyko School, Buea, hit by a police officer right in front of Molyko Cathedral, as she… Leggi tutto »
The government calls the new measure necessary for the survival of French, while critics say it stigmatizes bilingualism and is bad for business. From: New York Times
England is taking more risks than many U.S. schools as a way of returning to normal. Many parents approve, but with more than 180,000 students absent in recent weeks, others question the trade off. From: New York Times
The new additions include references to food, fashion and entertainment. from: BBC News
The Austrian energy drink company is pursuing a legal challenge over the use of the word “bull”.
from: BBC News With the group stages getting under way this week, BBC Sport sets the scene for this season’s intriguing Champions League.
Workers digging in a pond at the Tetney Golf Club discovered a waterlogged coffin containing the remains of a man who archaeologists said was buried about 4,000 years ago. From: New York Times