Keeping you up to date
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Meanwhile, here is the latest from the BBC.
- Amy Coney Barrett: Trump nominates conservative favourite for Supreme Court September 26, 2020The nomination of a conservative judge paves the way for a bitter Senate fight as an election looms.
- Sir David Attenborough: Naturalist gives Prince George a fossil at royal screening September 26, 2020Sir David presented Prince George with a fossilised shark tooth at a screening of his new programme.
- Croydon police shooting: Four crime scenes searched over Sgt Matt Ratana death September 26, 2020Police investigating the shooting of Sgt Matiu Ratana say they have CCTV from the custody suite.
- Lampard reflects on 'big lesson' for Chelsea - plus vote for your favourite comeback September 26, 2020Trailing 3-0 at half-time, Chelsea hit back to draw 3-3 at West Brom - but where does it rank in the list of great Premier League comebacks?
- The Papers: Johnson 'faces Covid revolt', and Charles' warning September 26, 2020A mixture of stories lead the front of Sunday's newspaper front pages.
- Taylor defends world titles with first-round knockout win September 26, 2020World champion Josh Taylor knocks out Apinun Khongsong in an incredible first round to defend his WBA and IBF light welterweight titles.
- Charlie Hebdo: Stabbings suspect 'was trying to target magazine' September 26, 2020Two people were seriously injured in the attack near the Paris ex-offices of the satirical magazine.
- Coronavirus: Students 'scared and confused' as halls lock down September 26, 2020Thousands of students are made to isolate following outbreaks, amid a "shambolic" return to university.
- Coronavirus: More than a quarter of UK under stricter rules September 26, 2020It comes as the number of new cases in the UK topped 6,000 for the fourth consecutive day.
- 'Nonsense penalty rule destroying my enjoyment of football' - Hodgson September 26, 2020Roy Hodgson says the handball law that led to a penalty against Joel Ward in Crystal Palace's 2-1 defeat by Everton is "ruining the game".