The Who’s Roger Daltrey has unveiled the first stone on the Music Walk Of Fame in London, days before he will have an operation on his throat.
Lee Miller and David McCracken have been appointed as the new interim coaching team at Falkirk.
The Taliban said they have freed an American and an Australian hostage held since 2016 in exchange for three top Taliban figures who were released by the Kabul government and flown out of Afghanistan the previous day.
The British Museum’s director has defended its ties with BP, saying it has considered the issue “in great depth”.
Nigel Farage has called on Leave-backing Conservative supporters to vote tactically in the General Election.
Lamborghini’s Gallardo is the nation’s favourite supercar, according to a provider of driving experiences.
Israel’s prime minister travelled to the West Bank to celebrate the US’s announcement that it does not consider Israeli settlements to violate international law.
A Tory candidate says “nuisance” council house tenants should be forced to live in tents and pick vegetables for 12 hours a day as punishment.
The DUP leader has made clear her party would not support a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government in a hung parliament.
The Republic of Ireland will take part in their 10th play-off campaign when they resume their Euro 2020 quest in March next year.