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FA must wait to see ‘corruption’ evidence

The FA says it will not be able to access evidence from the Daily Telegraph's football corruption investigation until the police have finished with it. Source: BBC

Rio 2016: International Olympic Committee failed clean athletes, says anti-doping body

Anti-doping agencies criticise the International Olympic Committee for "failing clean athletes" by allowing Russians at Rio 2016. Source: BBC

Eidur Gudjohnsen says Iceland boss Lars Lagerback highlighted England’s failings

England were "the most overrated national team" Iceland's joint manager told his players ahead of the Euro 2016 win, says Eidur Gudjohnsen. Source: BBC

Cambridgeshire neo-Nazi rally allowed as ‘charity’ event

Hundreds attend a neo-Nazi rally that is not opposed by police in the belief it is a charity event. Source: BBC

Sir Bradley Wiggins: Ex-Team Sky rider questions TUE stance

Team Sky's stance in allowing Sir Bradley Wiggins to take a banned drug for his asthma is questioned by Jonathan Tiernan-Locke. Source: BBC

Reality Check: Do foreign workers take jobs and cut wages?

Prime Minister Theresa May appealed to people whose jobs and wages had been affected by immigration. What do we know about such effects? Source: BBC

Does fracking affect the water supply?

Roger Harrabin answers a reader's question on if fracking affects the water supply. Source: BBC

Hurricane Matthew: At least 100 people killed in Haiti devastation

More than 100 people have been killed by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, the country's interior minister is quoted as saying. Source: BBC

UKIP row ‘not very grown-up’ – Farage

UKIP's interim leader Nigel Farage says an inquiry will look into reports of a fight before Steven Woolfe collapsed in Strasbourg. Source: BBC

How would you feel?

Victims of bullying reveal what they would say, if given a chance, to people who picked on them at school. Source: BBC

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