Democratic Unionist MP Ian Paisley is facing a 30-day suspension from the House of Commons after his failure to register two family holidays paid for by the Sri Lankan government.
Former Scotland player Colin Smith has urged the ICC to create a two-tier international cricket structure to sort out the current “mess” in the game.
The coroner in the long-awaited inquest into the death of a young soldier at Deepcut Barracks 23 years ago has said the hearing is “not an inquiry into the Army”.
Cristiano Ronaldo was all smiles as he prepared to jet off for a personal tour of China following his £99.2million move to Juventus from Real Madrid.
The number of stillbirths in England and Wales has fallen to a record low.
Thierry Henry is ready to manage in the Premier League, according to former Arsenal team-mate Robert Pires.
The Thai footballers who were rescued from a flooded cave in a daring international operation after being trapped for more than two weeks have now left hospital.
A firefighter has described being plagued by problems with poor water supply while attempting to control the Grenfell Tower fire.
If you’re looking for something new to do with your favourite biscuit rather than just dunking it your tea, this might be the answer.
Fifty years ago, musical history was made when Elvis Presley starred in an NBC TV show which would later become known as his, ’68 Comeback Special.
A former Ukip councillor who strangled his wife to death months after she discovered he had an affair with their son’s partner has been sentenced to spend at least 14 years in prison.
South Africans have joined former US president Barack Obama in marking the centennial of anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela’s birth with acts of charity in a country still struggling with deep economic inequality 24 years after the end of white minority rule.
John Woodcock has been a long-standing thorn in the side of the Labour leadership and Jeremy Corbyn in particular.
Bloomsbury has unveiled a rise in sales at it prepares to launch another book from star chef Tom Kerridge in time for Christmas.
US congresswoman Martha Roby has won Alabama’s Republican run-off in a mid-term contest that hinged on loyalty to Donald Trump, despite fallout from her previous criticism of the US president.
The leader of banned neo-Nazi group National Action has been jailed for eight years.
Boris Johnson is to make a personal statement to the House of Commons on his resignation as foreign secretary following the weekly session of Prime Minister’s Questions, it has been confirmed.
A surveyor whose marriage ended 16 years ago has won a Supreme Court money fight with his ex-wife.
An emotional Sir Cliff Richard has won a High Court privacy battle with the BBC over its coverage of a police search of his home.
TalkTalk is the most complained-about home broadband and landline provider, while BT tops the table for complaints about pay TV, latest figures show.