Sir Billy Connolly will lead the New York City Tartan Day Parade this year, it has been announced.
And so it begins, the unravelling of the British political system, just as Britain breaks ties with Europe, and quite possibly unravels altogether.
Brits host Jack Whitehall’s quip about fathers grabbing “scatter cushions” following Little Mix’s performance did not please all viewers.
Gareth Anscombe will start at fly-half for Wales in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England at the Principality Stadium.
A man has admitted daubing “No Blacks” on the home of a family from Africa.
Eddie Jones has vowed to ruin Warren Gatland’s farewell party after claiming Wales could cave beneath the expectation surrounding Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash in Cardiff.
Serco said it could benefit from Brexit in the short term if the Government “needs help quickly”, as the company lifted its revenue guidance for the year after a string of new contract wins.
Recruitment firm Hays generated higher profits in the first half, but fears of slower growth in Germany have spooked investors.
Jack Conan has revealed Ireland spent their first Six Nations down week getting back to basics in a bid to recapture the edge that underpinned their stellar 2018.
Introducing a so-called “latte levy” could raise significant funds for local authorities across Scotland, it has been suggested.