Wycombe Conservative MP Steve Baker met an unexpected constituent in Buckinghamshire late on Friday night – a kangaroo, or possibly a wallaby.
Billy Vunipola has stunned his England team-mates out of “fairyland” by declaring their World Cup could be over on Saturday.
The Rugby World Cup will resume with the knockout phase in Japan this weekend, eight teams having regrouped following the pool stages and the fall-out from Typhoon Hagibis.
Five more Bulgarian football fans have been detained over the racist abuse directed at England players during a European Championship qualifying match.
Former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson has appeared in court in his legal battle to avoid being banned from England football matches.
England take on Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals in Oita on Saturday.
Ben Youngs has urged England to “fight right until the end” when they collide with Australia in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final at Oita Stadium.
A friend of an English football supporter who died in police custody in Bulgaria has pushed back against suggestions he had used drugs prior to his death.
England star Raheem Sterling will be part of a Premier League campaign to combat racism this weekend.
Eddie Jones will send his England side into battle against Australia amid a call to arms to survive their do-or-die World Cup encounter.
Wales captain Ashley Williams says he would lead his team-mates off the pitch if they were subjected to the same racist abuse as England were in Bulgaria.
The family of a football fan who died while following England in Bulgaria claim they have received no answers about how he died.
England’s Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria marked Tyrone Mings’ remarkable rise from non-league hopeful to international footballer.
England face Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals in Oita on Saturday.
Tyrone Mings revealed he heard racist abuse in the warm-up ahead of his England debut as a 6-0 thrashing of Bulgaria was overshadowed by abhorrent behaviour from the home fans.
England manager Gareth Southgate was proud of his players after making a “major statement” on and off the pitch by refusing to let the racists win in Bulgaria.
UEFA must show “zero tolerance” to the racist abuse which marred England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria in Sofia, Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said.
Gareth Southgate credited England’s players after they came through an “unacceptable situation” in Bulgaria having “raised the awareness of everyone” to racism.
Michael Cheika has questioned Eddie Jones’ decision to bring Australian rugby league coach Ricky Stuart into the England camp ahead of Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against the Wallabies.
Gareth Southgate’s men stood firm in the face of sickening racism as England thrashed Bulgaria on a night of shame in Sofia.