Strident opposition to the European Super League is splashed across the front pages on Tuesday.
Our round-up of the best images taken by photojournalists across the UK
Simon Midgley, 32, and Richard Dyson, 38, were unlawfully killed by fire, a coroner sitting in England found.
The gaming giant’s boss Jim Ryan said it was ‘clear that we made the wrong decision’.
William is president of the Football Association.
The humorous discussion was sparked by Doncaster Council, which claimed to be ‘one of the founding members’.
The Treasury Committee will call both men to give evidence.
The Home Secretary said we must ‘push’ tech firms to ensure that they ‘stand up and step up to take in every single preventative measure in place’.
Gareth Davies, comptroller and auditor general of the independent body, updated members of the Treasury Select Committee.
The FTSE 100 closed the day down 19.45 points at 7000.08.
Some of the UK’s biggest banks have been asked if they have changed their policies.
Some customers have complained on Twitter that their limits have been reduced by more than 90%.
Twelve of Europe’s biggest clubs confirmed plans for breakaway league on Sunday evening.
The video, captured in the city of Qingyuan in Guangdong Province, shows terrified workers fleeing as three manhole covers are suddenly propelled into the air.
The car stops twice and struggles to move forward, before going on to smash through the guardrails and fall from the road.
The Ministry of Railways named Mayur Shelke as the staff member who ran down the tracks and lifted the child to safety.
Two of the three were described as being associated with travel.
Owners are urged to get in touch with police.
The Met Office has said with the exception of some light rain and cloud on Tuesday, the coming week is set to stay dry and sunny across the UK.
The Culture Secretary told the Commons that nothing had been ruled out.
The 18-year-old environmental campaigner said the international community faces a ‘moral test’ over the distribution of coronavirus jabs.