When you think of holiday Instagram posts, it’s all about scenic views and #foodporn photos but one British traveller decided to buck the trend by embracing the dark side (well, sort of).
What the papers say Uncertainty is building over Raheem Sterling’s future at Manchester City amid reports contract negotiations have reached a deadlock. The Guardian says the forward is looking for a basic wage rise to at least £220,000 a week, and with his current deal due to run out in the summer, both sides are likely to want a resolution soon.
What is it? Twenty years after the first Focus was launched, Ford’s mid-sized hatch might not be the sales chart-topper it once was – now usurped by its smaller sibling, the Fiesta – but there’s no underestimating how important it still is to the brand and to buyers in the UK.
Paramedics could not have saved the first victim of the Westminster terror attack after he suffered “unsurvivable” head injuries, an inquest has heard.
Car firms are always looking to spike sales with new, exciting products.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has denied writing an anonymous New York Times opinion piece which claimed an internal “resistance” is working to thwart some of President Donald Trump’s efforts.
Sir, – The claim by many Brexiteers during the EU referendum campaign that UK membership of the EU was akin to being ‘shackled to a corpse’ has, like many other claims, proven to be simply untrue.
Sir, – Ms Kirstene Hair, Angus MP, is championing the cause for salary equality across the country for military personnel.
A Dundee man was sacked while on sick leave following the murder of one of his friends and the disappearance of a close friend's son when his bosses found out he had gone to a gin festival.
A builder who killed his girlfriend by driving into her while drunk has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years.