Seann Walsh failed to see the “funny side” when he was teased about the fallout over his illicit kiss with Katya Jones, according to fellow Strictly contestant Graeme Swann.
Boss Mark Hughes is optimistic of improved results for Southampton after just one win in the opening eight Premier League games.
Pakistan inched closer to wrapping up a Test series victory over Australia on a day where Azhar Ali’s bizarre run out and Babar Azam’s 99 hogged the headlines in Abu Dhabi.
Campaigners will continue their fight against a £23 million hotel and student accommodation in St Andrews.
Arts education is suffering an “appalling erosion” with around half of UK schoolchildren unable to see a play, according to a report.
Football Association boss Martin Glenn has expressed his doubts that a tax on agents’ fees, transfers or Premier League revenues is the answer to English football’s grassroots funding problem.
The chairwoman of the Glasgow School of Art board will face questions from MSPs on the latest fire to engulf the famed Mackintosh Building.
Families of the 22 people murdered at the Manchester Arena suicide bombing will have to wait at least another year before inquests into the deaths of their loved ones are held.
Unai Emery believes it is too early for chants of “we’ve got our Arsenal back” – even if the Gunners boss is currently overseeing a nine-match winning run.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has predicted his party will win back seats in pro-Leave areas because of the Prime Minister’s cuts to council expenditure and under-funding in the NHS.