Gary Graham has decided he’s Scottish after all, and the Newcastle flanker courted by England last year joined up with the Scotland squad at Oriam yesterday.
Police have renewed their appeal for information about a violent robbery which landed a 98-year-old Second World War veteran “desperately ill” in hospital.
Ben Foakes will keep his place as England’s wicketkeeper in the second Test against Sri Lanka – regardless of Jonny Bairstow’s fitness.
Sam Billings was reinvigorated by captaining Kent this year after revealing that attempting to force his way into England’s limited-overs sides had taken its toll.
Tom Watson has been branded a “fantasist” after suggesting pro-gambling Tory MPs successfully lobbied the Government to delay new laws on fixed-odds betting machines.
Canadian actor Douglas Rain, best known for supplying the creepily calm voice of the computer Hal in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, has died at the age of 90.
Novak Djokovic made short work of towering American John Isner to win his opening match at the ATP Finals.
It’s the time of year when the managerial merry-go-round really starts to pick up speed and some clubs are taking drastic action.
Wayne Rooney joined the rest of the England squad at St George’s Park on Monday ahead of his one-off comeback against the United States.
Theresa May has warned that she will not sign up to a Brexit “agreement at any cost” as she said “significant” issues continue to block the path to a deal with Brussels.