Shirley Ballas has said this series of Strictly Come Dancing is the “best by far”.
A “significant amount” of whisky, valued at six figures, has been stolen in a “targeted and co-ordinated theft” from a Renfrewshire yard.
Leyton Orient will speak to Ajax about travelling Dutch fans attending one of their home games after their plans to watch the Champions League match at Chelsea were scuppered by a UEFA sanction.
High street retailer Bonmarche has collapsed into administration, putting almost 2,900 jobs at risk.
Police are investigating after a youth avoided being hit by a train by a matter of inches in a game of chicken at a Welsh train station.
A High Court judge considering whether to keep a protest exclusion zone around a school at the centre of a row over LGBT equality teaching has reserved his judgment until a later date.
Liverpool return after the international break with an eight-point lead in the Premier League table – but without VAR, their advantage would have been halved.
A coroner has blasted a doctor and NHS trust over the deaths of 10 cancer patients, some of whom may have lived if they were treated properly.
Zinedine Zidane insists his focus rests squarely on Saturday’s LaLiga trip to Mallorca despite the controversy over the postponement over ‘El Clasico’ later this month.
Lebanon’s prime minister has given his political adversaries a 72-hour ultimatum to agree on “convincing” reforms amid escalating nationwide protests over the country’s worsening economic crisis.