Tom Carson, right

Hockey: England men into last four of European Championships

England's men reached the semi-finals of the European Championships in Belgium but not without a scare after a 2-2 draw with Ireland.

Mitchell Starc: The fast bowler was recalled by Australia for the second time in the Ashes series

Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke appears to be on the brink as it's all change for Australia... again

Australia have failed to win any of their last eight Test matches. They have lost the Ashes for the third successive time and they have already sacked a coach.

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Roadworks lifted on major routes ahead of bank holiday weekend

Roadworks will be suspended on a number of major routes as millions head off on the bank holiday weekend.

Lack of gold can give Hambro a lift

Anybody shorting Petropavlovsk may slip up, say Mark Leftly and Jamie Dunkley
Labour have blamed the sharp rise on “overflowing A&E departments” put under pressure by Government cuts

NHS waiting list at five-year high as cost-cutting reforms strike

Lancet journal accuses Coalition of treating health service like a  ‘failing bank or business’

Buffett backs Canadian oil sands boom

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is betting on Alberta's oil sands boom, buying a stake in the Canadian-based energy giant Suncor, according to regulatory filings.

England captain Charlotte Edwards plays a shot

Women's Ashes: Proud Charlotte Edwards has to settle for a drawn Ashes Test

Australia 331-6 dec & 231-5 dec England 314 & 93-2 (Match drawn)

Australia’s Sarah Elliott hits out on her way to an unbeaten 95

Women's Ashes: Sarah Elliott inspired by a young face in the crowd

Australia 243-3 v England

Charlotte Edwards will captain England in all three formats

Now England women get ready for their Ashes

England announced their Ashes squads today. Selection is a tricky business in women's cricket these days because the trophy in this case now covers all three forms of the game.

Danny Guthrie hits home Reading's winner

Reading 2 Ipswich Town 1 match report: Royals show their 'bouncebackability' as Danny Guthrie strike seals win

Bouncebackability: a word coined by Iain Dowie when Crystal Palace manager in 2004 and six syllables that are drummed into every team after they have tumbled out of the Premier League. Do not sulk, do not feel sorry for yourselves, do not simply fade away in the Championship. Get back there... and straight away.

Danny Guthrie

Reading 2 Ipswich 1 match report: Danny Guthrie gives Royals comeback win after Jay Tabb opener

Cole Skuse own goal had levelled things up before Guthrie's 74th minute winner

A&Es miss waiting time targets as NHS 111 slides

Major accident and emergency departments have failed to meet waiting-time targets for two weeks running, the latest figures suggest.

July was sunniest since 2006

The July of 2013 has been the warmest, driest and sunniest since 2006 – and today is expected to see a hot start to August too.

Kevin Pietersen warms up at Old Trafford

Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen tests the pain barrier to prove his fitness for third Test

Kevin Pietersen was put through a series of rigorous training exercises to prove his fitness for the third Test. He was accompanied for most of England's session by the team physiotherapist, Craig De Weymarn.

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Leading evolutionary biologist says aliens will look like humans
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39.8 degrees recorded on Tube

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Computerised cooking is coming

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Junk balls and chop and slice are only way 5ft 1in Kurumi Nara can live with Petra Kvitova’s power
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‘This is one of the best McLaren teams ever – we are going to do it’

Ron Dennis shrugs off a poor start to the season in an exclusive interview, and says the glory days will come back
Seifeddine Rezgui: What motivated a shy student to kill 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia?

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