Kelvin Fletcher has said he is battling dizziness as he learns the waltz after dazzling the Strictly Come Dancing judges with his samba.
Boris Johnson has questioned whether directors should pay themselves “large sums of money” as their businesses go “down the tubes” following the demise of Thomas Cook.
The family of an engineer killed while working on a moving walkway at Waterloo station have paid tribute to “a hardworking, loving father”.
Nissan has agreed to pay 15 million dollars (£12 million) and ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn is paying a million dollars (£800,000) to settle US regulators’ civil fraud charges of hiding from investors more than 140 million dollars (£113 million) in compensation and retirement benefits for Ghosn.
Jeremy Corbyn survived a Labour revolt over Brexit as the party’s conference backed his policy of remaining neutral until after a general election.
National selector Ed Smith is backing Jonny Bairstow to bounce back and have a very good career in Test cricket despite being dropped from the England Test squad for the tour of New Zealand.
Manchester United will discover on Tuesday whether their on-field troubles have transferred to off the pitch when their annual financial results are announced.
Paul Heckingbottom will consider making major changes after Hibernian’s slow start to the season hit a new low.
The demise of the world’s oldest travel agent gave its rivals on the FTSE 100 a boost as one less competitor made investors more positive.
Hearts manager Craig Levein feels the “enormous” lift of their derby win can fire them to cup success this week.