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'In my car crying. Hope you're happy' - BBC reporter abuse controversy prompts calls for change
Sonja McLaughlin was targeted following Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations game between Wales and England.
'I'm sick of being that team who works hard but never gets results'
Quinn Roux and Andy Friend are intent on forging discipline in their ranks for the 2020/21 season.
FA welcomes players' anti-racism manifesto, warns against unilateral action
The governing body also recommended that if players are racially abused and want to walk off the pitch in protest, that they leave it to the referee.
Premier League players to boycott social media in stand over racist abuse
The campaign has been organised in response to a number of high-profile incidents in recent months.
Staff at juvenile detention centre to take industrial action over violence
There were 100 violent incidents at Oberstown last year.
Ewen McKenzie resigns as Wallabies coach after 'extraordinary character assassination'
The former Reds boss has been at the helm during a turbulent time in Australian international rugby.
9 statements you'll utter while staying in and admitting defeat tonight
It’s ok. We’re all in the same boat.
Man posts frustrated Craigslist ad to escape opinionated housemate
High ceilings, exposed brick, and a roommate that won’t stop talking about Syria.
13 animals who are just a bit fed up
They’ve had it.
Christopher Samba wants out of Blackburn and hands in transfer request
The Congolese defender says that five years is long enough in Lancashire and he wants a new challenge.
Column: Economic growth won't save us - in fact, we'd be better without it
The manic pursuit of growth tipped Ireland into economic crisis. It’s time to look elsewhere for inspiration, argues sufficiency expert Anne B Ryan.