A decade after seemingly wrapping up The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins is bringing readers back to Panem with a prequel set 64 years before the beginning of her hit trilogy.
Paris St Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is “200 per cent” certain Kylian Mbappe will remain with the club but appears to have questioned the commitment of Neymar.
A new independent advisory commission should be set up to look at how to meet Scotland’s energy needs, with a report warning “difficult decisions” will need to be taken on how to cope with a looming energy shortfall.
Parts of the UK are continuing to suffer with flooding as weather forecasters predict further deluges.
Theresa May’s efforts to improve the chances for vulnerable youngsters are being hampered by “paralysis” in Westminster and the focus on Brexit, the Children’s Commissioner for England warned.
Afghanistan may not yet have caused the upsets that many were expecting of them at the World Cup but they could provide stiff opposition for England on Tuesday.
Jeremy Hunt has said he agrees “150%” with US President Donald Trump’s assessment of London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s record on tackling knife crime.
Demonstrators in Hong Kong, joined by a leader of the 2014 Umbrella Movement after his release from prison, have gathered outside the office of the city’s leader demanding that she resign.
The Duke of Sussex has given his backing to a £47 million landmine clearing initiative to help rid Angola of the deadly military munitions – a cause championed by Diana, Princess of Wales.
Tory leadership hopefuls Rory Stewart and Sajid Javid believe they have the required number of supporters to survive Tuesday’s second round of voting.