July 05, 2020
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Deborah Haynes has travelled to war zones and interviewed prime ministers, but this week Sky's foreign affairs editor also gave us a glimpse into the juggle faced by many working parents during lockdown.

OL Reign and Wales midfielder Jess Fishlock says listening to "harrowing" stories from her black team-mates has helped her learn and understand the Black Lives Matter movement.

"Just dolls with guns" is how Hanna writer David Farr describes a lot of the female-led action we've see on our screens lately.

David Haye's brash predictions of destruction went undelivered as Wladimir Klitschko opted for a softly spoken American amateur to prep him for his most satisfying masterclass.

Tyson Fury’s "second home" is Las Vegas and he is more popular in the United States than Anthony Joshua, according to Top Rank executive Brad Jacobs.

London mayor Sadiq Khan has condemned party-goers after seven police officers were injured as they tried to break up an unlicensed music event in the city.

England is preparing itself for "Super Saturday" more than three months after lockdown measures were imposed to tackle coronavirus.

Dom Joly says performing to a stadium full of windscreens is weird.

Five years ago marked the birth of James Bhattacherjee's first child, Ted. It also marked a full mental breakdown and James being absent for the first four months of his baby's life.

Donald Trump has blasted "angry mobs" trying to tear down statues as he claimed protesters are attempting to "wipe out" US history in a speech to mark America's Independence Day.

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