Premier League signs joint statement on Covid certificates but PM faces battle in parliament over the move.
City announced that a fresh round of testing had “returned a number of positive cases”.
Labour leader praised midfielder Mesut Ozil for offering to pay wage of Gunnersaurus’ mascot Jerry Guy, but said Premier League should show "decency".
Fireworks were seen hitting the Liver Building during celebrations on Friday evening, with fire crews called to the scene after a blaze started on the balcony.
Fireworks went off and fans waved flags and sang: “We’ve gone and won the league.”
Football club says "those responsible are not welcome" at its Turf Moor ground while issuing "unreserved" apology.
Manchester City star says he was pleased to see the league's act of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford has hit the headlines, campaigning until the government made a U-turn on their decision to not extend free school meals into the summer. The Premier League striker took up the campaign following his own experiences of being a recipient when he was young. The campaign continues the 22-year-old’s community efforts during the coronavirus pandemic, as he’s raised money for charities and given his support to help the homeless in Manchester.
Oliver Dowden "hopes" fans can begin attending games again next season.
Culture secretary Oliver Dowden leads the daily Downing Street briefing. It comes as Premier League matches return tonight for the first time since March lockdown.