The Prince of Wales played referee for a symbolic match between teams representing both sides of Northern Ireland’s religious divide.
A nightclubber who alleges she was raped by boy band star Oritse Williams has a selective memory around “tricky” aspects of her account, the singer’s barrister has claimed.
Manchester United Under-23s boss Ricky Sbragia has left the club, Press Association Sport understands.
In a last-chance throw of the political dice, Theresa May has insisted she has compromised on Brexit and it is now time for others to do the same.
Pupils at a school subject to protests over the teaching of LGBT lessons have penned a letter to campaigners saying “don’t disturb us when we are trying to learn”.
A woman in New York has been praised by police for alerting them to a possible suicide attempt after she mistook a closed umbrella for a person.
Prada has joined a growing group of luxury designers in announcing it will no longer use animal fur.
The parents of a young man dubbed Jihadi Jack sent him money after he embarked on a “grand adventure”, a court has heard.
Facial recognition technology offers significant value to the public by identifying known individuals to the police, a court has heard.
Musician Moby has said he was “confused” to read that Natalie Portman had denied once having a relationship with him – but said he respects the actress’s “possible regret in dating me”.