Strictly Come Dancing’s Joe Sugg has apologised for counting out loud during his dance on last week’s episode of the BBC One programme.
Video assistant referees are set to be introduced in the Premier League next season after the top-flight clubs agreed “in principle” to the move.
Conceptual artist Cerith Wyn Evans has won the Hepworth prize for sculpture after “extending the possibilities of what sculpture can be”.
Theresa May has vowed to fight on and deliver Brexit, after one of the toughest days of her premiership saw her hit by four ministerial resignations and a wave of demands for her removal as Prime Minister.
A woman who accused a senior peer of groping her and promising her a peerage in return for sex has branded the House of Lords’ decision to block his immediate suspension a “complete disgrace”.
A German shepherd puppy has been adopted by Spanish police after they rescued him from an unpleasant ordeal.
Defiant Theresa May compared her premiership with an innings by England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott.
Ireland’s Health Minister gave further assurances on Thursday that women from Northern Ireland will be able to access abortions in the Republic.
Kasper Schmeichel says he is coming up against “an idol” in Ryan Giggs when Wales meet Denmark in their potential Nations League decider.
A Fife man who was caught drink driving for a fourth time urged a sheriff to impose a lifetime road ban.