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Obafemi’s last-gasp equaliser deals blow to United’s top-four hopes

Manchester United 2-2 Southampton: Substitute scored in the dying seconds to deny Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side a pivotal victory in the race for Champions League football


Miguel Delaney Man City decision maintains football’s uneasy balance of power

The decision to throw out Manchester City’s two-year European ban has wider implications for all of football, writes Miguel Delaney

Aaaaaay-o! Aaaaaay-o! Why Live Aid was the greatest show of all

Bob Geldof’s global humanitarian gig united the world’s biggest stars for an unforgettable fundraiser 35 years ago. But behind the camera it was chaos, says Mark Beaumont

Long Reads

Mary Dejevsky Move over developers and let the people inspire the planning

For some, making Victoria beautiful might be a stretch of the imagination. But with a public-led approach to planning, this undervalued entry point to London could be the perfect place to start, writes Mary Dejevsky

Tom Peck The message is go back to work. The guidance is stay at home. Clear?

Whether or not you had to get up and go to work on Monday morning was entirely dependent on what TV shows you had watched over the weekend

How I May Destroy You could change the way we speak about rape

Olivia Petter speaks to survivors, charities and campaign groups about popular culture’s role in the way society views consent

How London became an empty playground for the global elite

A new book, ‘Alpha City’, surveys a metropolis ensnared by the super-rich, which shines an even brighter light on inequality today, says Ceri Radford. How did things go so horribly awry?

Mutant misery: How the X-Men franchise lost its superpowers

It redefined the superhero film with its emotional themes and thoughtful casting, but 20 years since its big screen debut, the X-Men saga has gone from sublime to stinking. Ed Power speaks to its fans and creators about its rise and fall

Bridal outfit inspiration for an intimate civil ceremony wedding

If you're opting for a more low-key celebration than planned, say yes to these 

The bees that are transported to France’s Provence region every year

Each summer, a few lucky insects journey to pollen paradise in the lavender fields of Valensole, France

Life lessons: Capturing campus under lockdown

A visual project that examines the small moments among students isolated at an Abu Dhabi college

Donald Trump drives golf cart with caddie hanging off the back

It was the president's 275th round of golf during his first term in the White House, closing in on Barack Obama's 333 rounds during two terms