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Rachel Nickell's son, Sporting boards, Karen Elson, Guilty crush

Rachel Nickell's son, Sporting boards, Karen Elson, Guilty crush

Alex Hanscombe was just two years old, going on three, when his mother Rachel Nickell was murdered on Wimbledon Common in 1992. He spoke to Andrea Catherwood about his book 'Letting Go' which describes what happened that morning and the devastating effect it had on him, his father and his extended family.

The FA may increase the percentage of women on its board to 30%. Only half of the 68 Sport England and UK Sport funded national governing bodies actually meet this target. Why? Baroness Sue Campbell, Head of Women's Football at the FA and BBC Sports journalist Katie Gornall discuss possible reforms to sporting boards.

Oldham-born, Nashville-based, singer-songwriter Karen Elson on her modelling career, turning to music, the influence of her previous marriage to musician Jack White and following their divorce, returning to her English roots and personal themes in her new album, Double Roses.

Superintendent Ted Hastings of the BBC's Line of Duty series has been described on social m

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