A former Mexican cartel member who is giving evidence for the US government at the trial of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has detailed how the Sinaloa cartel paid bribes, preferably in US dollars, to high-ranking police and other officials to protect its operation.
An anti-Brexit protester appeared to leave Jacob Rees-Mogg rattled, as he consistently heckled the Tory MP while he made a historic statement to reporters.
Glasgow School of Art bosses have said they have no regrets about safety decisions taken on the Mackintosh building – despite fire risks being highlighted over a decade before it burned down for a second time.
Roma have donated 150,000 euros (£133,000) to the family of injured Liverpool fan Sean Cox.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said she has “overwhelming support” among fellow Democrats to become the next House speaker.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has urged Conservative party colleagues to back the Prime Minister, insisting “there is no better person” for the job.
David Mundell has insisted he will not quit as Scottish Secretary over the Brexit deal, despite First Minister Nicola Sturgeon saying he could not stay on in the post with a “shred of credibility”.
Peers have blocked the immediate suspension of a senior member of the House of Lords after an inquiry found he had groped a woman and promised her a peerage for sex.
Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has committed himself to the Republic of Ireland amid speculation that he could turn instead to England or Nigeria.
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