Chief football writer Phil McNulty analyses the biggest takeaways from England’s win in the Netherlands where Jesse Lingard highlighted his versatility.
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Head coach Alex McLeish urges patience after watching his new-look Scotland side lose 1-0 at home to Costa Rica.
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
NneNne Iwuji-Eme, the first British black woman to be a high commissioner, on taking up her post.
The Labour MP says Jeremy Corbyn made a ‘mistake’ in firing him for calling for a second referendum.
Lewis Hamilton is on pole position for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, as Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas crashes heavily.
A summary of the latest details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding day plans.
A school friend says Sergei Skripal wanted to go home to see relatives and denied being a ‘traitor’.
An officer who swapped places with a hostage in a supermarket siege dies of his injuries.
BBC Sport remembers Walter Tull, the Tottenham and Northampton footballer who made the ultimate sacrifice during World War One.
Only 17 balls are bowled on day three as rain continues to affect the first Test between England and New Zealand in Auckland.
The shadow NI secretary’s dismissal is described by one former minster as a ‘Stalinist purge’.
A French police officer who swapped places with a hostage in a supermarket siege dies of his injuries.
Sebastian Vettel leads Kimi Raikkonen to a Ferrari one-two in an unrepresentative wet-dry final practice at the Australian Grand Prix.
Steven Spielberg reckons Hollywood is currently having a ‘watershed’ moment, whilst promoting his futuristic film Ready Player One.
Jo Garner was determined to go to university but she couldn’t afford the fees.
A former classmate says the spy told him he even wrote to Vladimir Putin asking to come back to Russia.
A school friend says Sergei Skripal was shunned by ex-classmates but did not see himself as a traitor.