George Turner has been suspended for four weeks following his yellow card against Montpellier.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has backed David McMillan to show he can bring his all-round goalscoring game to Scotland after confirming a deal to sign the Irishman.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has told an international summit that the United States was unfit to mediate the Mideast conflict.
Manchester United and Manchester City have been given until 6pm on December 15 to provide observations on the alleged fracas following Sunday’s derby at Old Trafford.
Kezia Dugdale has been given a written warning by Scottish Labour bosses after taking part in reality TV show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.
A surgeon has admitted burning his initials on to the livers of two unconscious patients during transplant operations.
A marine flare exploded in the hands of a recycling plant worker after it was discarded with household waste.
A van driver spared jail after causing a crash which killed his sister has been locked up after judges ruled his original sentence was “unduly lenient”.
There must be “no going back” on the Brexit agreement struck between the EU and UK last week on citizens’ rights, the status of the Irish border and Britain’s £39 billion divorce bill, Michel Barnier has said.
A baby girl who vanished after social workers raised concern about her welfare has been found safe and well in the wake of a High Court judge’s appeal for help.
A series of fresh strikes has been launched by cinema workers involved in a long-running dispute over pay.
A woman who suffered the “unimaginable trauma” of seeing two children diewhen they were babies must have an 18-month-old daughter taken from her care and placed for adoption even though she has caused the youngster no harm, a family court judge has ruled.
The UK boss of aerospace giant Airbus has called for the country to remain in a key European safety body after Brexit.
The Bank of England plans to end the use of gendered language in policy documents outlining rules for senior bankers, as it battles criticism over a lack of diversity in its own upper ranks.
A woman with mental health difficulties is waiting to hear whether she has won a High Court fight after questioning the fairness of a state benefit designed to help disabled people maintain independence.
Interest rates are set to be kept on hold on Thursday after the first hike in a decade last month, but the outlook for inflation will be in sharp focus after surging to a near-six year high.
Top Notch will face just four rivals in the rearranged Peterborough Chase at Taunton on Thursday.
The new US embassy in London is a “signal to the world” that the relationship between the UK and the United States is strong and going to grow, the American Ambassador has said.
A politician’s spokesman was left dumbstruck when he learned elected officials in the US do not have to swear in by using the Bible.
Radamel Falcao continued his excellent scoring form for Monaco with a sublime finish from just outside the centre circle – but it’s the fans grabbing most of the attention.