Dillian Whyte has secured a unanimous points victory over Oscar Rivas to claim the WBC interim heavyweight title at London’s O2 Arena.
John Cooper Clarke has said he did not want to quit heroin.
The Government has announced a crackdown on the use of workplace “gagging clauses” to cover up allegations of sexual harassment, racial discrimination and assault.
Housing campaigners have welcomed Government plans to open up its “Rogue Landlords Database” to renters.
Justice Secretary David Gauke will quit the Government on Wednesday if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.
Police across the US are appealing to criminals to stop committing crimes – because it is just too hot.
British Airways and Lufthansa suspended flights to Cairo on Saturday over security concerns.
Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin marked the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first moon landing at the Apollo 11 launch site.
Shane Lowry will be buoyed on by a fervent home crowd as the County Offaly man chases a maiden major title victory at The Open on Sunday.
They were scenes more akin to a football match.