Aston Villa are close to signing Birmingham forward Jota, with Gary Gardner heading to St Andrew’s.
Former minister Jo Swinson is running to replace Sir Vince Cable as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
The First Minister watched rehearsals and attended a dance class with Parkinson’s sufferers as she visited Scottish Ballet to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Ten beaches around Scotland have been rated as having “poor” water quality, new figures show.
Police have been ordered to return vast amounts of documents seized from two journalists arrested for airing confidential material in a documentary.
England boss Phil Neville insists he trusts every player in his squad as they prepare for their final match before the Women’s World Cup in France.
Three global organisations that promote women’s sport have written to athletics’ governing body the IAAF to say its rules for intersex athletes are “discriminatory” and “enforce gender inequality”.
The city of Liverpool is preparing for a weekend of football fever.
Sir Philip Green has been told to top up his contribution to his retail business Arcadia’s pension fund, ahead of a vote on the company’s restructuring plans.
Chris Gayle broke the record for the most sixes in World Cup history on his way to smashing a half-century in the West Indies’ comprehensive seven-wicket win over Pakistan at Trent Bridge.