John Burn-Murdoch

Jamie Vardy’s record-setting Premier League goalscoring streak for Leicester City has been hailed as one of the most remarkable individual achievements of modern English football, but how does it compare to similar feats elsewhere?

Many have pointed out that Vardy’s run of scoring in 11 successive top flight English matches remains behind that of Jimmy Dunne, who made it to 12 for Sheffield United in 1931/32.

But given how much the game has changed over the intervening 60-plus years in terms of tactics, fitness and other factors, perhaps a better way of contextualising his record is to compare it to those of his contemporaries. Read more

Tensions between Argentina and the UK over the status of the Falkland Islands are running high as Buenos Aires prepares to lodge a formal protest with the UN Security Council and General Assembly after Britain dispatched HMS Dauntless to the islands.

This interactive map explores the economic and political set-up of the Falkland Islands, particularly the status of the ongoing oil and gas exploration around the islands’ waters.