Gareth Southgate says England cannot afford to “stand still” in pursuit of progress after naming four uncapped players and surprisingly overlooking Kyle Walker for his latest squad.
A group of former peace negotiators for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) announced they are taking up arms again following what they considered the failure of a 2016 peace deal to guarantee their political rights.
Jeremy Corbyn has said MPs will bid to prevent Boris Johnson from shutting down Parliament when they return on Tuesday.
Calls are being made to secure a derelict building near a Carse of Gowrie Primary School for the sake of children’s safety.
Exeter boss Matt Taylor has no new major injury concerns for the visit of Mansfield.
Boris Johnson was facing legal challenges in London, Edinburgh and Belfast as the backlash to his decision to suspend Parliament for over a month in the run up Brexit continued unabated.
Aberdeen have suffered a double blow in central defence after Ash Taylor’s relapse followed Scott McKenna’s hamstring injury.
A lawyer representing an accuser of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein who claims she was forced into a sexual encounter with the Duke of York has said a lawsuit may be brought against Andrew.
Much as weather forecasts are often about things getting hotter than ever, so political news seems to break records in heated lunacy.
The sense of optimism for Remainers was short-lived this week.