News Michael Dugher has called for action before the 30th anniversary of the so-called Battle of Orgreave on July 18

Shadow Cabinet Officer minister Michael Dugher calls for action before 30th anniversary of the Battle of Orgrave

Ryan Moore (red) delivers Garswood late to land the Lennox Stakes

Glorious Goodwood: Garswood shows promise to branch out into Forêt

The celebrated belvedere was nowhere to be seen as racegoers convened here under soggy panamas, and they soon discovered that the favourite for the big race had also disappeared into the clouds. But the imposing young colt who replaced Aljamaaheer at the head of the market conversely found the easing conditions very much to his taste.

Britain hit by heavy rain and flooding but heatwave set to return

Forecasters predict we will enjoy another bout of scorching weather by the end of the week

Hull’s Tom Lineham enhanced his growing reputation with a try

Holdsworth’s neat touch steers Hull to Wembley

Hull 16 Warrington 12

Joe Root is one of Yorkshire's top cricketers

Yorkshire rose in full bloom again

The county could be heading for another championship and their best players are starring for England

Yannick Sagbo

Transfer news: Yannick Sagbo move to Hull confirmed by Evian

The striker will cost the Premier League newcomers in the region of £3m

Yorkshire celebrates after announcement of the Grand Depart of the Tour de France 2014

Tour De France 2014: Government pledge £10m towards Grand Depart in Yorkshire

The first three stages of next year's race will be held in the UK

Gary Hooper (R) of Celtic celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the William Hill Scottish Cup Final

Transfer news: Celtic accept bid from QPR for striker Gary Hooper

The 25-year-old is keen on a return to England

Yannick Sagbo

Transfer news: Hull target Yannick Sagbo cleared to open talks over £1.6m switch

The striker is expected to join from Evian

Century duty: Joe Root celebrates his hundred at Lord’s as England dominated

The Calvin Report: Joyous Joe Root wins over doubters

Yorkshire batsman puts tourists to the sword after Bell stands ground in latest referral controversy

Not the full Monty: Sussex spinner Monty Panesar has been out of form

Luke Wright’s brave stand cannot stop Middlesex

Sussex’s unbeaten record ends with a crushing ten-wicket defeat

Ryan Sidebottom brought the match to a quick conclusion

Derbyshire 235 & 269 Yorkshire 617-5 dec (Yorkshire win by innings and 113 runs): Yorkshire go top despite Madsen’s brave knock

Yorkshire have been so far in front of Derbyshire for most of this match that wrapping up victory before the end of day three – and in doing so reclaiming the lead in the Championship – always looked a possibility, even though it required their bowlers to run in all day in strength-sapping heat.

Bradford 19 Hull 12: Bradford dream of play-offs as Diskin’s try clinches thriller

Bradford’s dream of making Super League’s top eight for the first time in five years is still alive – but by a very narrow margin.

South Yorkshire Police undated handout photo of Jonathan Bowling (left) and Ashley Foster who will be today sentenced for their part in the murder of church organist Alan Greaves

Church organist murder: Jonathan Bowling jailed for life for battering Alan Greaves to death on Christmas Eve

22-year-old admitted killing the pensioner as he walked to play the organ at Midnight Mass

Heatwave alert: Met Office warns sun revellers as temperatures soar on hottest day of the year

Temperatures set to reach 32C in the south east

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