England captain Eoin Morgan will miss the fourth game of the Pakistan one-day international series after being suspended for maintaining a slow over-rate in Tuesday’s six-wicket win.
Four online casino firms will pay a total of £4.5 million for failing to keep customers safe from gambling harm and prevent money laundering.
Two new ferries providing vital services to Scotland’s island communities could be sailing next year – although the Transport Secretary has warned MSPs there are “still some questions” about whether this will happen.
English cricket chiefs have admitted making “mistakes” in promoting new short-format competition The Hundred.
Anti-discrimination campaigners Kick It Out have issued an unreserved apology to Brighton following comments by head of development Troy Townsend concerning the departure of Chris Hughton.
New Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said she is determined to end the “chilling” threat of repeated investigations into alleged historical offences by British troops who served in Northern Ireland.
Stoke City footballer Saido Berahino said “this is bullshit” when he was arrested for drink-driving minutes after he was robbed, a court has heard.
Luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin Lagonda swung to a loss in the first quarter after it sold fewer higher priced “special” cars.
Danniella Westbrook said she would not be alive without the help of Jeremy Kyle as she spoke about her appearances on his programme, which has been cancelled permanently by ITV.
After Alabama voted for a near-total ban on abortion, the title of Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale began trending on social media, with many opponents drawing comparisons to the dystopian classic.