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Midfielder scores on his final appearance at Stamford Bridge but draw ends hopes of Champions League qualification

In The Studio: Mark Leckey, artist

'Art today it is not about making things but about editing information'

Museum staff go on strike

Two days of strike action at museums and galleries across Britain has begun in a long-running row over jobs, pay and pensions.

The Natural History Museum in London

Staff walkouts threaten disruption at museums

Industrial action this week is part of a three month campaign culminating in a national walkout at the end of June

Police at the scene in Clubmoor, Liverpool

Two women arrested after ‘out of control’ dog savages pensioner

Two women are being questioned on suspicion of manslaughter after an elderly man was mauled to death by a dog.

Andy Carroll still plans to speak with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers before deciding where he will start next season

Liverpool striker Andy Carroll delays over West Ham move

The England international is keeping his options open

Dr Simon Pennell, palliative care doctor at Lewis Manning Hospice in Dorset (Rankin Photography Ltd)

Rankin honours parents with pictures of life before death

Rankin, the celebrated photographer, is on a mission to bring death to life in an exhibition inspired by the trauma he suffered after his parents died within weeks of each other.

Jamie Carragher: Not as moody as Roy Keane or as eager to please as Gareth Southgate

Jamie Carragher promised there will always be a job for him at Liverpool

Chairman Tom Werner makes pledge to the retiring defender

Frederic Franklin: Dancer who championed modern ballet in the US

Frederic Franklin: Dancer who championed modern ballet in the US

Frederic Franklin, who died on 4 May at the age of 98, was a British-born dancer who helped popularise modern ballet in the US and performed until his mid-90s.

Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard pictured for Liverpool in their match against Everton

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard set to miss England friendlies this summer

Midfielder will not play again this season

Flowers and a message left by Reading Football Club at the memorial outside Anfield for the 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough Stadium disaster

Chester, Crewe, Preston or Warrington? New Hillsborough inquests will be in the North-west

The judge is keen to ensure that they are within easy travelling distance from Liverpool

After ending his Liverpool career on Sunday, Carragher will become a Sky pundit
Ryan MacDonald and Stevie McMullen were freed in Salford on their way to Manchester Crown Court

Huge manhunt launched after two inmates sprung as prison van ambushed

Police launched a massive manhunt today for two men who went on the run after being sprung from a prison van.

Steven Gerrard comes to terms with Liverpool’s elimination

Brendan Rodgers denies Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard requires surgery

Midfielder struggling with shoulder injury

Fernando Torres plays keep-ball with Ramires, David Luiz and Oscar

Fernando Torres: Adapting to the Chelsea way to play

Striker admits to Sam Wallace he's learning how to gel with new team ahead of Europa League tie but says he's young enough to improve

Luis Suarez has already been judged before any hearing

Poll: Is the FA's ten-match ban too severe for Suarez?

During Sunday's 2-2 draw with Chelsea, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.

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