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
from: BBC News Stephen Barclay will explore what government departments can do amid record numbers of Channel crossings.
Formula 1 officials have rejected Mercedes’ request for a review of Max Verstappen’s driving during the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. from: BBC News
The star picks over the debris of her marriage, with some of the strongest songs of her career. from: BBC News
Mercedes will make their case for a review of the decision not to penalise Max Verstappen at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix to officials on Thursday.
Mercedes ask for a review of the decision not to penalise Max Verstappen for forcing Lewis Hamilton wide in the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. from: BBC News
Fifa will review South Africa’s defeat by Ghana in 2022 World Cup qualifying after the South Africa FA made a complaint. from: BBC News
The killing of Tory MP Sir David Amess, stabbed at his constituency surgery, leads the front pages.
The review was prompted by Virginia Giuffre’s legal action in the US against the Duke of York. from: BBC News
from: BBC News It will scrutinise culture and standards at the police force following Sarah Everard’s murder.
from: BBC News A case review of toddler Lilly Hanrahan’s death shines a light on authorities’ knowledge of her murderer.
The move comes as the force faces scrutiny and criticism over its handling of violence against women, after the sentencing last week of Sarah Everard’s killer. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Met chief Cressida Dick says the force’s culture will be examined following Sarah Everard’s murder.
Jim Holt’s daughter Lorraine was murdered in 1979 by a man who would try to kill again in 2018.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is to review whether cannabis should remain a banned substance after Sha’Carri Richardson missed the Olympics for testing positive for the substance.
The benefits of a third shot for most people are small and are far outweighed by the benefits of using those doses for initial vaccinations, the scientists say. From: New York Times
Home Secretary Priti Patel seeks advice on whether the unlawful possession of nitrous oxide should be a crime.
from: BBC News As part of his sentence, Ben John is reportedly told to read classics such as Pride and Prejudice.
Joe Root takes too long to review an lbw against Rohit Sharma, before replays show the batsman would have been out, as England face India on day three of the third Test at Headingley.
from: BBC News First minister urges those who haven’t been vaccinated to get their jab as he announces latest review.