Executives from clubs which sparked a civil war in English football by joining the now-abandoned European Super League have been handed an ultimatum to step down from key Premier League sub-committees.
Pubs and restaurants are enjoying a stronger reopening from lockdown than last summer’s false start while gym users are also getting back on the treadmill in big numbers, new figures suggest.
People are being encouraged to look up to the stars on Thursday morning to catch the Lyrid meteor shower.
Hundreds of pro-Alexei Navalny protesters arrested as opposition leader continues hunger strike in jail
Hundreds of protesters have reportedly been arrested in Russia after demonstrating in support of Alexei Navalny.
Two hundred of the UK’s charities and aid organisations have accused the government of delivering a "tragic blow" to the world’s most marginalised people following confirmation of foreign aid cuts.
George Floyd killing: US Justice Department to investigate Minneapolis policing after Derek Chauvin verdict
The US Justice Department is opening an investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis after the murder conviction of former officer Derek Chauvin, it has been announced.
They say every dog has its day – and one political pooch had hers during prime minister’s questions.
European Super League: Manchester United co-chair Joel Glazer ‘apologises unreservedly’ to fans after backlash
Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has "apologised unreservedly" to fans following the club’s aborted plans to join the European Super League.
COVID-19: UK reports another 22 coronavirus deaths – as 350,000 more people have second vaccine dose
The UK has reported a further 22 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,396 new cases in the latest 24-hour period, according to government figures.