It was the week when everyone had to get their heads round the idea that, despite voting to leave the EU three years ago, the UK is almost certainly going to be electing MEPs to the European Parliament.
Centuries ago, Scone Palace was a hive of medieval activity, and this May bank holiday it will return to those historical roots with the Braveheart Scottish Axe Throwing Open taking place on the palace lawns on Sunday 5th May. Sports such as axe throwing and medieval combat have become increasingly popular over recent years due to the huge success of television series Game of Thrones and Vikings.
Islamists in Sudan long allied with ousted president Omar al-Bashir’s regime have called for a rally to support military-backed Islamic rule in the face of alleged attempts by protesters to abolish it.
Marc McNulty admits he is as desperate as the Hibernian fans to know what his future holds beyond the summer.
The founder of Britain’s largest anti-racism education charity believes there is no need for a clampdown on discriminatory behaviour in grounds, but says it is time for the Premier League to start funding his work.
The United Kingdom’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has said it could make a comeback and replace X Factor in the public’s hearts and minds.
Bolton’s players have threatened to go on strike for the remainder of the season in protest at unpaid salaries.
Political leaders must take inspiration from murdered journalist Lyra McKee to make Northern Ireland a brighter and more peaceful place, Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has said.
A man has been arrested after a double stabbing in north-east London.
Montenegro have been ordered to play their European Championship qualifier against Kosovo behind closed doors after a number of their supporters racially abused England players last month.