The mother of a Hillsborough victim has told a court that she saw the pitch turn into a “battleground” from the stand above the terraces where the fatal crush happened.
Former minister Ian Austin has quit Labour, saying he is “ashamed” of the party under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership and “appalled” by the offence it has caused to Jews.
Coventry have been warned they face expulsion from the Football League if they cannot provide information about where they will play their home games next season.
The decision to repeal Scotland’s Offensive Behaviour at Football Act sent out the wrong signal to fans, according to an MSP.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has offered Sir Alex Ferguson the chance to deliver Manchester United’s team talk ahead of the crunch clash against Liverpool on Sunday.
Madam, – Every night the goings on in Parliament feature on the news, and there is always a shot of the Palace of Westminster, propped up by scaffolding, and swathed in polythene: it seems to be a metaphor for the state of governance in the UK.
A London council has defended putting adverts on bin lorries telling EU residents “this is your home” after Twitter users suggested the message could be misconstrued.
The Irish Government has published a wide range of emergency laws that will be enacted if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
A group of teenagers have been left “shocked and traumatised” after witnessing a man being fatally stabbed in a youth club, police said.
Huddersfield midfielder Jonathan Hogg feels the club’s chances of a miraculous Premier League escape act hinge on the next seven days.