Christopher Long’s hat-trick fired Motherwell into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 3-0 win at Dens Park.
Norwich held on for a crucial 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Bournemouth which finished 10-a-side and featured the Premier League’s first pitchside VAR review.
Nigel Pearson insists Watford’s crushing 3-0 win at fellow strugglers Bournemouth is far from being a season-changing result.
Sir Sam Mendes said he “couldn’t be more thrilled” as his film 1917 was nominated for 10 awards at the Oscars.
Jose Mourinho says Inter Milan have yet to bid for Christian Eriksen and that the midfielder will play against Watford on Saturday.
Conor McGregor made an emphatic statement on his UFC return as he needed just 40 seconds to overpower veteran American Donald Cerrone at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would need to have their business activities approved by the most senior official in the Queen’s household, if they follow guidelines aimed at ensuring working royals do not exploit their status to profit in business.
Dozens of children suspected of being groomed and abused by gangs of Asian men operating in “plain sight” were failed by police and local authorities, a damning report has concluded.
A man has gone viral after getting locked inside a gym called 24 Hour Fitness when all the staff went home.
Labour leadership hopeful Lisa Nandy has said a “red bridge” uniting support across different wings and regions must be built to prevent the party’s demise, as she launched her campaign to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
A police officer has given a dramatic account of how he fought to “stay alive” when he was attacked by a white van man wielding a 2ft rusty machete.
Tournament director Craig Tiley insisted poor air quality in Melbourne is not a threat to the Australian Open being completed on schedule and defended organisers’ handling of the situation.
Weather warnings remain in force across the country after Storm Brendan brought winds of nearly 90mph to parts of the UK.
John Mann has vowed that Chelsea’s pioneering stance on fighting anti-Semitism will heap pressure on the UK’s top politicians.
The Duke of Sussex is to conduct his first public engagement since announcing that he and his wife Meghan will be stepping back as senior royals.
England’s Jos Buttler has apologised for over-stepping the mark with his verbal attack on Vernon Philander and plans to save his aggression for when he has bat in hand.
Marcus Rashford is a major injury doubt for Manchester United’s visit to Liverpool this weekend after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted bringing the striker off the bench “backfired” in the FA Cup win over Wolves.
Iran’s judiciary says arrests have been made over the shooting down of a Ukrainian plane that killed 176 people.
Fianna Fail has pledged to “do a better job” with public finances, claiming the party prevented damage to the economy from Fine Gael’s “regressive and unsustainable” tax policies.
Fernandinho scored a last-minute own goal as Manchester City were held to a dramatic 2-2 draw by Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium.
It is 10pm and I am tucked up in bed, eager for sleep before another early morning alarm call from my toddler.
Craig Brown backs SFA heading ban for kids and reveals how Billy McNeill used to practice 50 times a day
Former Scotland and Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has backed the Scottish Football Association's move towards a ban on heading in the under-12s game.
Rebecca Long-Bailey is leading the race to be the next Labour leader, a new poll has suggested.
England are set to unleash Mark Wood in the third Test against South Africa, with Jofra Archer unable to prove his match fitness.
Ollie Pope’s maiden Test century and another from the bat of the irrepressible Ben Stokes put England firmly in charge against South Africa on a dominant second day in Port Elizabeth.
Ben Stokes was cast in a familiar role on day one of the third Test against South Africa, charged with bailing England out of a tricky situation alongside Ollie Pope in Port Elizabeth.
Jim Hunter: Is farming one of those ‘indispensable’ British industries that will never disappear – just like coal mining?
Might we about to see the emergence of a countryside where there’s little in the way of farming?