A reveller who brandished a knife during a drink-fuelled dispute outside Cheltenham Festival has avoided prison.
The California man who became known as the American Taliban after his battlefield capture in Afghanistan in November 2001 is being released from prison.
Theresa May is to meet with Cabinet colleagues to discuss her heavily-criticised Brexit legislation as speculation mounted that she is on the verge of quitting.
The Church of Scotland has made a fresh call for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) not to destroy records relating to the worst RAF peacetime disaster.
Young people have been warned not to get involved in drug dealing at any level after two friends were shot dead in Dublin within a number of hours.
A Spice Girls fan has listed the original Union Jack bus from the 1997 film Spice World on Airbnb for two overnight stays.
Sunderland owner Stewart Donald has insisted he is not looking to make a quick profit from selling the club.
Botswana’s government has lifted its ban on elephant hunting, a decision that is likely to bring protests from wildlife protection groups.
Seamus Coleman has warned Denmark that the Republic of Ireland owe them one as the familiar foes prepare to meet once again.
While some managers may curse when they see Mike Dean arrive at their games, the feeling is quite different for Tranmere boss Micky Mellon.