The US suspect who fled the UK after teenager Harry Dunn was killed in a crash outside an RAF base has asked to be interviewed by British police under caution.
As MPs decided whether or not to back Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal and the hastened timetable to approve it, the Tory party showed off a new campaigning tactic that was as eye-watering as it was bold.
Manchester United have identified and banned a supporter over alleged racist abuse during Sunday’s Premier League game against Liverpool.
Will Smith has urged the public to think about those who “don’t have a place to call home” in a video promoting a mass sleep-out to help end homelessness.
A trade union has urged that hundreds of jobs are saved following official confirmation of the sale of troubled bus builder Wrightbus.
Nottingham Forest striker Lewis Grabban is hoping to return to the starting line-up for the home game against Hull.
Celtic full-back Jeremie Frimpong has vowed to work hard to make the Parkhead faithful proud after making a big impression in his first two months at the club.
Prime minister Justin Trudeau has won a second term in a stronger-than-expected showing in Canada’s national elections, claiming a “clear mandate” despite a parliament and nation increasingly fractured along regional lines.
Stacey Dooley has said she is “delighted” to be setting up her own production company.
Former referee Keith Hackett feels there is “a level of arrogance” coming from Professional Game Match Officials Limited and has labelled the application of VAR in the Premier League as “flawed”.