Raheem Sterling would be keen to speak to the Football Association and the Premier League over the summer to work out the next steps in the ongoing efforts to combat racism.
An anti-abortion group has lost its legal challenge against the Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home.
Theresa May is in “outright denial” over schools funding, Jeremy Corbyn claimed as he warned some close early on Fridays and hundreds more crowdfund for equipment.
A statue has been unveiled of footballing hero George Best in his home town of Belfast.
Strong political leadership will be key if Scottish councils choose to introduce a workplace parking levy, MSPs have been told.
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard newspaper has backed the Lib Dems in Thursday’s EU elections.
Fiat has bolstered its 500 city car range with two new specifications, Star and Rockstar.
A flock of sheep has been stolen from a field in Moray.
BMW has launched a pair of cars aimed firmly at the well heeled end of the market.
The announcement that British Steel has gone into liquidation is the latest blow to an industry which once dominated manufacturing in the UK, and to a works in Scunthorpe with a 150-year history.