Ryan Giggs hailed Gareth Bale for becoming Wales’ record goalscorer after the Real Madrid forward’s hat-trick against China got his managerial reign off to the perfect start.
Seamus Coleman will not waste any anger over the Neil Taylor tackle which cost him almost a year of his career as he prepares to return to international football.
Concerns have been raised over the emissions of two of the UK’s most popular petrol cars.
The teenager who planted the Parsons Green Tube bomb which injured 51 passengers will be sentenced later.
Two lorry drivers are due to be sentenced on Friday for causing a pile-up that killed eight people in a minibus.
Hundreds of Britons were arrested for child sex offences overseas in the last five years, new figures have shown, amid concerns the numbers are just the “tip of the iceberg”.
The Ministry of Defence has tracked 350 alleged breaches of international humanitarian law in Yemen, new figures show.
A man is due in court charged with the manslaughter of Louella Eve Fletcher-Michie, who died at the Bestival music festival.
Lewis Hamilton opened the defence of his Formula One championship by dominating first practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said the European Council is “standing together” on the Salisbury nerve agent attack as she warned the threat from Russia “respects no borders”.
Attending a grammar school may not automatically improve a child’s chances of scoring good GCSE grades, according to a study.
Retailer Holland & Barrett has said it will remove krill products from its shelves after a campaign warning they threaten wildlife in Antarctica.
More than 40% of online healthcare services, such as those that provide GP consultations and prescriptions through independent websites and apps, are not providing “safe” care, the health watchdog has warned.
Director Garth Davis has spoken about working with composer Johann Johannsson on his last score before he died at the age of 48.
A project is aiming to improve patient safety for injections – where mistakes are currently made in around a third of doses, researchers say.
Groups opposed to Heathrow Airport expansion have welcomed a report by the Transport Select Committee.
The NHS is working with councils to improve “housing health” to boost the wellbeing of vulnerable residents after a report found poor housing is costing the health service £1.4 billion a year.
Myleene Klass has said classical music “always prevails” as the Classic Brit Awards returns for the first time in five years.
A senior Sinn Fein politician has revealed a notorious paedophile priest physically abused him when he was a schoolboy and tried to sexually groom him.
Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, The Mermaid And Mrs Hancock and Conversations With Friends are among the novels on the longlist for the Desmond Elliott prize.