Labour must “find some backbone” and fully commit to supporting a second referendum on Brexit to have any chance of winning the next general election, the party’s deputy leader has said.
Both the Conservatives and Labour are braced for a backlash from voters over Brexit as the results of the European elections are announced.
Chemicals firm Johnson Matthey is expected to post higher profits next week, while the City looks for updates on new opportunities for the firm in the electric car sector.
Derren Brown has said he found joy in shoplifting before attempting to steal a Luther Vandross cassette.
A ban on smacking in Scotland is “unnecessary” and will “do nothing to help vulnerable children”, campaigners have claimed.
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde rejected the suggestion his players had been psychologically scarred by their Champions League experience at the hands of Liverpool.
Melanie Brown has called out her Spice Girls co-stars Geri Horner and Victoria Beckham in a TV interview, dubbing them both bitches.
Miley Cyrus dazzled the crowds at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, closing the show on the second night with her hit Wrecking Ball.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is out to silence Frank Lampard at Wembley after already hearing his words of wisdom.
Derby midfielder Bradley Johnson has vowed the Rams are a different animal this season.