Former US national security adviser John Bolton says he has regained control of his personal Twitter account from the White House.
A delighted Dan Evans turned around his fortunes at the Davis Cup finals in Madrid to send Great Britain through to the semi-finals for the third time in five years with victory over Germany.
Apple has delayed the theatrical release of its first original film, The Banker, amid misconduct allegations against one of the film’s co-producers.
Scott Parker insisted both Fulham and Aboubakar Kamara have put last season’s controversy behind them after the striker scored twice to sink QPR 2-1.
Myles Stephenson joked that he nearly killed Andrew Maxwell with his cooking after the Irish comedian choked on a piece of camel.
Jose Mourinho is pleased to now be working for Daniel Levy after revealing his former clubs used to fear the Tottenham chairman.
Frank Lampard has insisted he is not a “Mr Tough Guy” manager despite confirming Chelsea’s new hefty fines structure was his idea.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho is determined to bring back the “real Dele Alli” and help the England international rediscover his best form.
Steve Bruce admits Jonjo Shelvey suffers from a “perception” issue but has seen enough to consider handing him the Newcastle captaincy.
Frank Lampard has thanked Chelsea fans for keeping his Blues “love story” alive when he moved to Manchester City.
Lucas Torreira has been told he has a future at Arsenal as head coach Unai Emery shows footage of his performances from last season in an attempt to improve his form.
Pep Guardiola insists he has no intention of quitting Manchester City in the near future.
Jeremy Corbyn is vowing to tackle the “tax and wage cheat culture” of multinational companies who “rip off” workers and the public purse with measures to force them to pay their fair share.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has warned circling clubs to forget about trying to poach Jack Grealish and John McGinn when the January transfer window opens.
The video assistant referee (VAR) system has been heavily criticised since it was implemented in the Premier League this season, but referees’ chief Mike Riley insists it is one of the most exciting things that will happen in football during his lifetime.
The Foreign Secretary clashed with a senior Labour politician in a tense exchange about racism in each of the two main parties.
Justin Bieber has hinted that he and his wife Hailey might soon have babies on the way.
Jacqueline Jossa found herself unpopular with Ian Wright after deciding to rob I’m A Celebrity’s main campsite of a decent dinner.
The main political party leaders faced a tough grilling from the Question Time audience, with Boris Johnson jeered, while Jeremy Corbyn was accused of having “reckless socialist ideas”.
President Donald Trump has called the impeachment inquiry “total nonsense” and criticised US diplomats who gave evidence to Congress.
Robert Glenister is to make a return to Doctor Who after appearing in the show more than three decades ago.
Aboubakar Kamara’s first goals of the season fired Fulham to a 2-1 derby victory over west London rivals QPR.
Jeremy Corbyn insisted he would take a “neutral stance” in an EU referendum under Labour while Boris Johnson was challenged over “racist rhetoric” and trustworthiness during a brutal televised grilling.
A former CIA case agent has been sentenced to 19 years in prison for an espionage conspiracy with China.
Shoppers are being warned by police to be on their guard after a Highland resident was targeted by scammers.
Nicola Sturgeon has cast doubt on Jeremy Corbyn’s stance of no independence referendum in the early years of a Labour government, suggesting he would not compromise SNP support for his anti-austerity policies.
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A delighted Dan Evans ended his losing run at the Davis Cup finals in Madrid with victory over Jan-Lennard Struff to send Great Britain through to the semi-finals for the third time in five years.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May swap the road for the sea in the first trailer for The Grand Tour’s Christmas special.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Saffron Barker has quipped that training for the famously tough samba had her “nearly screaming with agony”.
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A video of a man directing anti-Semitic abuse towards Jewish children on the London Underground is being investigated by police.