Tyson Fury will take on Wladimir Klitschko in Germany after the heavyweights' rival camps reached an agreement. The world title fight is due to take place in Dusseldorf on the 24th of October.
The mother of Jordon Begley has talked about her delight at finally hearing the truth about how her son died.
Speaking to ITV Granada Reports Dorothy Begley said Jordon's treatment by Greater Manchester Police officers had been "horrific and horrendous".
The 23-year-old factory worker died after being tasered at home in Gorton almost exactly two years ago on July 10th 2013.
A police officer has told a court he believed a 16-year-old victim of the Hillsborough disaster was alive as he carried him across the pitch.
The inquests in Warrington heard how Nick Hewitt and his older brother Carl both lost their lives.
The witness said he made his assumption based mainly on the colour of Nick's skin.
From the special coroner's court, our Hillsborough Correspondent Andy Bonner reports.
The family of Jordon Begley, who died at home after being tasered by a police officer, have welcomed a jury's conclusion that the use of a taser was "inappropriate".
Jordon's mother Dorothy had earlier cried tears of relief in court as she listened to the findings in court.
Outside court Mrs Begley described the jury's conclusions as "fantastic" and called for all police officers to wear body cameras.
Mark McGhee, her solicitor, said: "The jury's decision is very far-reaching and raises issues that go well beyond the death of this individual."
An investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after the incident effectively cleared all the officers involved.
The IPCC has yet to publish the report of its inquiry.
Mrs Begley said of the IPCC: "They are incompetent and badly let us down."
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A revolutionary exercise treadmill is coming to Lancashire to help everyone from injured athletes to amputees.
The anti-gravity device designed by NASA, will be part of Preston College's new 13 million pound I-Stem Centre.
The centre will help students to experience a real working environment before they face the tough task of finding a job.
Paul Crone reports.
The coroner in the Jordon Begley inquest has criticised Greater Manchester Police for failing to store crucial evidence properly.
Mr Nigel Meadows said he would write to Sir Peter Fahy, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, to look into why a pair of trousers Begley was wearing were lost in evidence.
He also said evidence was "routinely going missing" in cases involving Greater Manchester Police.
Jordon Begley's family have today said they have "very serious concerns" about whether evidence was destroyed.
Warrington prop Ashton Sims is facing an RFL charge after being accused of punching Wigan stand-off George Williams during his side's 17-6 win over the Warriors last Thursday.
The Fiji international, who has not missed a match for the Wolves since joining them from North Queensland Cowboys in the winter, was not pulled up for the offence during the game but was one of five players cited by the Rugby Football League's match review panel.
Sims is facing a grade B offence which carries a ban of one or two matches if found guilty.
His team-mate Daryl Clark has been charged with a minor grade A offence of making dangerous contact on Williams in the same incident.
Warrington already have two forwards, Anthony England and Ben Currie, suspended for Sunday's match at Wakefield, which sees the club's former England coach Tony Smith go up against his older brother Brian for the first time.
Sims and Clark have until 11am on Tuesday to submit early guilty pleas.