A BBC Freedom of Information request shows there has rapid rise in firms planning to cut staff.
Arsenal to sell Lacazette to Atletico Madrid, Brighton reject Leeds bid for White, with Chelsea and Liverpool also keen, plus more.
Boris Johnson’s plan to ensure schools reopen in England fully in September is among Sunday’s front page stories.
A photograph appears to show Spain’s former monarch landing in Abu Dhabi after leaving his country.
The male died after he was stabbed on Market Place at the junction with Oxford Street.
Maria Moroz, an ally of opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, has been detained on eve of tense vote.
Bayern Munich reach the Champions League quarter-finals after Robert Lewandowski inspired them to a crushing 7-1 aggregate win over Chelsea.
Weekly demonstrations call for Netanyahu’s resignation, insisting a PM on trial for alleged corruption must step down.
The Covid-19 death toll in South Africa has risen by 301, bringing the total to 10 210, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize says.
Head coach Pitso Mosimane called for transparency regarding testing as Mamelodi Sundowns became the second club in the past week to reveal positive Covid-19 test results.
US State Department shows support for former Saudi intelligence agent who is suing Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
A total of 19 people won R19 442 in the Daily Lotto prize.
Prime minister’s comments come as anger swells over devastating explosion that wrecked much of Beirut and killed scores.
Sun-lovers flock to the seaside as temperatures top 34C in south-east England.
Captain Joe Root says England’s habit of pulling off unlikely victories gives them the belief they can win matches from almost any situation.
At least 11 people, including three children, killed in fire in an apartment building in Bohumin city, officials say.
Fridayâ€™s flight was chartered by the Indian government to repatriate workers stranded by the pandemic for months.
According to the department, the highest number of admissions was recorded in mid-July – the highest daily new admission surpassing 320 on 16 July.
The residents of five villages are calling for the district municipal manager to be arrested
The SIU is investigating 102 companies doing business with the provincial government in Gauteng alone
Some 3,000 demonstrators protest in Khabarovsk city over the arrest of the region’s governor.