Treatment for people with chronic chest disease has been described as a “postcode lottery” by campaigners.
Lord Ouseley has called on football clubs and authorities to do more to encourage the reporting of racist abuse after a global survey revealed more than half of fans have witnessed incidents at games.
This week marks four years before the most controversial World Cup in history kicks off in Qatar. Press Association Sport’s Mark Staniforth ventured to a Stars League game in the Gulf state to judge whether football frenzy is beginning to bite:
Black Friday spending is expected to dip for the first time since its arrival in the UK as retailers brace for the start of a fiercely competitive Christmas trading period.
Scottish ministers are being urged to do more to help the country’s poorest families “avoid a winter of misery”.
What is it? The Volkswagen Group is brilliant at making the most of what it has – and the A1 is a chief example. Using the same MQB chassis and engine architecture enjoyed by the latest VW Polo and Seat Ibiza, it’s a really premium product that bears only a passing resemblance to its siblings – and every resemblance to its bigger brothers within the Audi range.
Diabetic patients’ quality of life could be improved thanks to new research by Dundee University.
The widow of poisoned dissident Alexander Litvinenko has warned that critics of Vladimir Putin in the UK will not feel safe if a Russian candidate becomes the president of Interpol.
Brazil boss Tite lauded the impact of Richarlison after the Everton forward struck in the 1-0 friendly win over Cameroon in Milton Keynes.
A terminally-ill man who survived being shot in the face in a murder plot arranged by his cheating wife has said: “I still love her.”