Ukip leader Gerard Batten has described a candidate’s rape tweet to MP Jess Phillips as “satire”, and defended his own belief that Islam is a “death cult”.
An 85-year-old woman with dementia has been injured after a man broke into her home and attacked her.
Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro has backed Gareth Bale to handle the growing uncertainty over his future.
A new ride at Legoland had to close on its opening day due to technical issues, leaving a queue of upset children.
Julian Assange’s lawyer has accused Ecuador of making “outrageous allegations” to justify allowing police to arrest the WikiLeaks founder in its embassy.
Ryan Babel has impressed for Fulham since signing a short-term deal in January but the experienced forward is disappointed his impact has not staved off relegation from the Premier League.
Susanna Reid has said her decision to give up alcohol came after a doctor warned her drinking could leave her skin scarred.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was pleased to rack up the goals in the 4-0 win against Huddersfield as he believes the race for the top four could come down to goal difference.
Watford will be without Jose Holebas, Domingos Quina and Tom Cleverley for Monday’s visit of Arsenal.
Retail supremo and former Marks & Spencer boss Lord Stuart Rose has criticised Mike Ashley’s plans for an “oligopoly” of the UK high street after the Sports Direct chief’s latest attempt to seize control of Debenhams.