Hibernian head coach Paul Heckingbottom has declared his summer transfer business complete.
A self-confessed “fanatical” neo-Nazi who claimed Hitler “was right” about the Jews has been jailed for being a member of a banned far-right terrorist group.
Lee Westwood is breaking the golden rule of mixing business with pleasure – and reaping the benefits.
The founder of pro-Brexit campaign group BeLeave has won his appeal against a £20,000 fine imposed by the Electoral Commission.
Kilmarnock captain Gary Dicker has described as “a disgrace” following up a record-breaking season with the club’s worst performance of all time.
Japanese police have named a man suspected of starting a fire that killed 34 people in an animation studio.
A Romanian man has been charged with the murder of a grandmother who was bludgeoned to death as she house-sat for friends.
A protester has admitted insulting Remain-supporting MP Anna Soubry by calling her a Nazi.
Ministers have moved to save a £450,000 painting of ballet visionary Vaslav Nijinsky from being sold outside the UK.
Harry Paton hopes his summer family training regime can help his push for a first-team place at Ross County.