Celtic suffered their first Ladbrokes Premiership setback of the season when they were held 1-1 by Hibernian at Easter Road.
Former workers from Northern Ireland bus manufacturer Wrightbus will protest on Sunday outside the church they partly blame for last week’s closure of the plant.
Liverpool extended their remarkable Premier League winning run to 16 successive matches but they needed a helping hand – literally – from Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Nathan Ferguson and Matheus Pereira scored their first goals for West Brom as they won 2-0 at QPR, who had Yoann Barbet sent off.
Ben Platt has said he hopes a Dear Evan Hansen movie will come together “sometime soon”.
Labour remains determined to cut off the prospect of a no-deal Brexit before pressing for a general election, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Charles Leclerc continued his sizzling form by putting his Ferrari on pole position for the Russian Grand Prix.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recognises this season will be full of “ups and downs” but the Manchester United manager has urged players and supporters alike to trust in his long-term vision.
Universal Credit would be scrapped under Labour plans to replace the Tories’ flagship welfare reforms with a social security system to support jobseekers with “dignity and respect”.
Polls have closed in Afghanistan’s presidential election amid widespread complaints of irregularities and pockets of violence from Taliban insurgents, mostly in the south and north of the country.