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Real Madrid's Gareth Bale must reject China for elite club, says Graham Hunter
Gareth Bale needs to reject offers from the Chinese Super League and join an 'elite' club, according to La Liga expert Graham Hunter.
Stena Impero: Crew seen in first pictures from inside UK-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran
The crew of a British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran in the Gulf have been pictured inside the vessel for the first time since armed soldiers took control.
Tory leadership race: Voting set to close as Johnson urges UK to rediscover 'can-do spirit'
Boris Johnson has insisted Britain can leave the European Union with a deal by 31 October if the country rediscovers its "sense of mission", with voting set to close later in the Conservative leadership contest.
The Open: Shane Lowry delights Portrush fans with six-shot victory
Shane Lowry scored one of the most popular Open victories in the 148 editions of the Championship after defying the elements to claim a handsome six-shot victory amid jubilant scenes at Royal Portrush.
Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan resigns ahead of Boris Johnson's expected premiership
Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan has quit the government ahead of Boris Johnson's expected arrival in 10 Downing Street.
Air passengers could see carbon charge added automatically
Passengers could have a carbon offsetting charge automatically added to the cost of airline tickets under plans being considered by ministers aimed at cutting emissions.
Hong Kong's protesters have hardened their resistance - now some want a revolution
Once again Hong Kong's air is thick with tear gas.
Masked assailants attack Hong Kong protesters in subway station after demonstration
Clashes in Hong Kong escalated into violence on Sunday as police launched tear gas at pro-democracy protesters and a group of masked assailants attacked people making their way back from the rally in a subway station.
Arsenal's Kieran Tierney bid - linked to Champions League place - not favoured by Celtic
Arsenal’s £25m offer for Kieran Tierney includes too many add-ons and is dependent on them qualifying for the Champions League, something Celtic are not convinced is realistic, Sky Sports News understands.
Stena Impero: How tensions reached this point and what happens next
Tensions between the UK and Iran show no sign of easing thanks to the latest drama in the Gulf, which saw a British-flagged oil tanker seized by Tehran as it sailed through the Strait of Hormuz.
Toby Alderweireld expects to be Tottenham player for 2019-20 season
Toby Alderweireld says he expects to be playing for Tottenham this season as the clock ticks down on his transfer clause.
Why next Tory leader may not become PM on Wednesday and could face early general election
The arrival of the 77th prime minister on Wednesday will mark the first time in history the officeholder has been selected by a party membership rather than MPs or the wider electorate - and rarely has this transfer of power been marked by such uncertainty.
India launches rocket to far side of moon - just days after aborted take-off
India's space agency has launched an unmanned spacecraft to the far side of the moon just a week after aborting the mission due to a technical problem.
Trump denies Iran held 'CIA spies' after 'breaking ring'
Claims from Iran that it broke up a CIA spying ring have been dismissed as "totally false" by Donald Trump.
A roaring success! Lion King dominates the box office on debut weekend
A star-studded version of The Lion King dominated the box office in its opening weekend, and had the most successful first three days of any Disney remake.
UK to send 250 troops to Mali for dangerous peacekeeping mission
The UK is to send 250 troops to Mali in the biggest peacekeeping deployment since Bosnia and potentially the most dangerous mission for British forces since Afghanistan.