Ronnie O'Sullivan repeats his criticism of the Crawley venue used for staging the English Open.
The case has caused huge debate in Japan - and now the prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has weighed in.
On the first full day of a royal tour, the duke and duchess visit a school for disadvantaged children.
Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borissov calls for the head of the country's football association to resign after England players were racially abused in Sofia.
Peter Fankhauser says he was not solely at fault for the firm's collapse but will reconsider the reward.
Jafaican, sumfin and chillax also appear in the Oxford English Dictionary October 2019 list.
England defender Tyrone Mings says he heard racist abuse coming from the crowd before he had made it across the pitch during the warm-up ahead of their game in Bulgaria.
The UK's financial regulator plans to ban the way some car dealers earn commission.
Governor Kristi Noem will recognize individuals and employers for their contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of South Dakotans with disabilities at the 2019 Governor?s Awards ceremony on Nov. 4.
Karl Braidwood challenges football boot collector Jakob Michaelsen, aka Jay Mike, to a quiz on his specialist subject - iconic football boots.
Boxer Charles Conwell writes an emotional letter to his injured opponent Patrick Day as he fights for his life after their fight in Chicago.
Your morning briefing for 15 October 2019.
His parents demand to see government advice given to police over the US suspect's diplomatic immunity.
How violent gangs put vulnerable young women and girls at "the forefront" of their business.
Officers remove protesters from Trafalgar Square after issuing a London-wide ban.
The government plans will "disproportionately" affect ethnic minorities, the Labour leader says.
The bloc's chief negotiator will update ministers after saying "big gaps" remain between the EU and the UK.
Environmentalists welcome parts of the new law, but others say the government is going backwards.
Young people are often trapped by a lack of knowledge about job options, a report says.
The former BBC Breakfast host says the UK needs to have a "proper conversation" about cannabis laws.