England Under-21 midfielder Hamza Choudhury has apologised for letting his country down after his red card contributed to the Young Lions’ opening-game defeat at Euro 2019.
Thousands of people gathered in Nepal’s capital to protest against proposed legislation that would allow the government to nationalise centuries-old community and religious trusts responsible for organising festivals and ceremonies.
An activist investor in rail and bus business FirstGroup has failed to file the correct paperwork as part of an attempt to force out six directors, including the chief executive.
Tory leadership contender Rory Stewart has revealed he is in talks with Environment Secretary Michael Gove about “combining forces” in the battle to be next prime minister.
Paul Scholes has been fined £8,000 by the Football Association after accepting a charge of breaching betting rules.
Housebuilder Berkeley Group reported a slump in annual profits, as the housing sector continues to be weighed down by cost rises and Brexit uncertainty.
An independent UN human rights expert investigating the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is recommending an investigation into the possible role of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, citing “credible evidence”.
An imam who questioned the Tory leadership candidates during a televised debate would not have been selected if the BBC had been aware he had made critical comments about Israel, the corporation has said.
A search and rescue dog that has been deployed at major incidents including earthquakes in New Zealand and Nepal is to star at the Royal Highland Show.
A World Rally Championship race could become the latest major event to be staged in Northern Ireland, a Westminster committee has heard.