Harry Maguire insists there are no cliques in the England camp as the squad look to move on from Monday’s spat between Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez.
Former US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has described threats of violence being made against female politicians as something which jeopardises democracy.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to use his knowledge of football to contribute to the growth of the game across the world after taking up a new role at FIFA.
Tyson Fury has opened up about his mental health problems, revealing at one point he believed he was “being tortured by demons”.
Boris Johnson has insisted voting Conservative is the “only way” to get Brexit done after Nigel Farage refused to bow down to pressure to pull his party’s candidates from marginal seats.
The trade union representing postal workers is set to challenge a High Court injunction to block potential strikes by members.
Gareth Southgate suspects Raheem Sterling has the hump with him, but the England manager remains sure suspending the forward for his bust-up with Joe Gomez was the right decision.
IN FULL: The Christmas lights switch-on events and festive markets taking place across Courier country
A number of festive events are taking place across Tayside and Fife in the run-up to Christmas - from lights switch-ons to winter markets.
Rafael Nadal won a “one in 1,000” match after coming from 5-1 and match point down to sink Daniil Medvedev at the ATP Finals and boost his bid to finish the year as world number one.
Bernardo Silva’s tweet about Manchester City team-mate Benjamin Mendy was not intentionally racist, a regulatory commission has found.