Scotland’s Finance Secretary has said he is “open to compromise” as he tries to strike a deal to allow his tax and spending plans for the next year to pass at Holyrood.
Business Secretary Greg Clark has urged Theresa May to reach out across the political divide to secure a Brexit deal that can command a “substantial” Commons majority.
Theresa May weighed into Scotland’s Budget row to tell the SNP to stop “hoarding power” in Edinburgh and start funding councils properly.
Mauricio Pochettino paid tribute to Fernando Llorente and Son Heung-min after they inspired Tottenham’s late comeback in their 2-1 win against Watford.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp saw the 1-1 draw against Leicester as a point gained and not two dropped in the title race – but felt they were unlucky with a number of refereeing decisions.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri locked his backroom staff out of the changing rooms after defeat to Bournemouth but admitted an almost hour-long inquest with his players left him none the wiser as to how his side were beaten 4-0 at the Vitality Stadium.
A new exhibition about Nelson Mandela will go beyond the “Mandela myth” and tell the story of his “remarkable life” through unseen personal possessions.
A police department in the United States has asked local residents to commit fewer crimes this week as temperatures plummeted.
Roy Hodgson revealed his frustration that the targeting of Wilfried Zaha led to his sending off as Crystal Palace wasted a winning position to draw 1-1 at Southampton.
The UK may have seen its first flurries of snow in recent days, but the US city of Chicago has been experiencing Arctic levels of cold as the Polar Vortex takes hold.