A highly decorated police officer has been found guilty of possessing an indecent video of a child but cleared of corruption.
Saracens have been hit with another fine a day after they agreed not to appeal against a £5.36million punishment for salary-cap breaches.
Bruno Tonioli will take to the dance floor for a special performance on Strictly Come Dancing this weekend – as a singer.
Brazil ended a run of five matches without a win with a 3-0 friendly victory over South Korea in Abu Dhabi.
Wayne Pivac says he is already building towards the 2023 Rugby World Cup after naming his first squad as Wales head coach.
One top national security aide who listened to President Donald Trump’s July call with Ukraine’s president called it “improper” while another said it was “unusual.”
A terminally ill motor neurone disease sufferer has vowed to continue his legal fight against the “blanket ban” on assisted dying after High Court judges rejected his case.
London Metropolitan University is to review the Duke of York’s role as its patron, saying it “opposes all forms of discrimination, abuse and human trafficking”.
The Who’s Roger Daltrey has unveiled the first stone on the Music Walk Of Fame in London, days before he will have an operation on his throat.
Lee Miller and David McCracken have been appointed as the new interim coaching team at Falkirk.