Henrik Stenson admits he is not fully fit for this week’s Open championship but there was no way he was going to allow the chance of regaining the Claret Jug pass him by.
Tommy Fleetwood insists he is far more at ease with being viewed as one of the favourites to win this week’s Open championship at Carnoustie.
Padraig Harrington believes the firm conditions at Carnoustie will benefit Tiger Woods in his quest for a 15th major win.
England opener Jason Roy may miss a one-day international series decider against India that Mark Wood views as perfect preparation for next summer’s World Cup.
US president Donald Trump openly questioned his own intelligence agencies’ finding that Russia meddled in the 2016 US election, seeming to accept Vladimir Putin’s insistence that Moscow’s hands were clean.
Australian side the Central Coast Mariners have confirmed they are in discussions about signing world record-holding sprinter Usain Bolt on a trial.
The coroner in charge of inquests into the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings will begin an appeal against a High Court ruling on the scope of the hearings.
Dame Julie Walters burst into tears as she was serenaded on the set of the Mamma Mia sequel in celebration of her investiture at Buckingham Palace, her co-star Christine Baranski has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to visit a major exhibition about the life of Nelson Mandela being staged in the centenary year of his birth.
Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt has entered into discussions to sign for Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners on a trial, the club have confirmed.
The summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin makes the headlines in Tuesday’s papers, along with the Brexit latest and news that hosepipe bans could be in the offing.
Theresa May faces a fresh Commons battle over Brexit just hours after Tory civil war pushed her customs legislation to the brink.
The Chief Rabbi has warned Labour’s ruling body that failing to toughen up its new code of conduct on anti-Semitism would place it on the “wrong side of the fight” against racism and intolerance.
Singer Kylie Minogue has revealed she would accept an invite to headline next year’s Glastonbury music festival after she was forced to pull out of topping the bill over a decade ago.
Common cranes which recolonised eastern England less than 40 years ago after a 400-year absence are now here to stay, research has found.
Doctor Who’s new stars have told of their delight at the diversity in the forthcoming series, because they did not have characters they could relate to in their younger years.
Craig Cash has told of the heartbreak of watching a television series his co-star Caroline Aherne had been a fan of before her death.
John Craven has said he thinks Countryfile’s regular Sunday time slot is largely the key to its popularity, as well as the programme’s lack of swearing and sex.
Millions of people are facing a hosepipe ban, water company United Utilities has announced.
Schools have been issued with new guidance on teaching children about the dangers of carrying a knife as part of Government efforts to tackle spiralling levels violence.