A senior food scientist and top NHS doctor have joined politicians from across Parliament to demand action on the cancer risk from processed meats like bacon and ham.
A criminal investigation has been launched into allegations of anti-Semitic hate crimes within the Labour Party.
Rudyard Kipling’s “If...” is probably the most quoted poem in all of sport, specifically the immortal couplet “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster, and treat those two imposters just the same...”
We should have guessed that a Scot would emerge out of a thick, traditional east coast haar at the Senior Open, and Sandy Lyle obliged with his best-ever round in the championship to move into contention.
Short of taking on the Brexit negotiations – and he’s not free for that – there seems to be nothing that Paul McGinley isn’t doing at the moment.
Tom Watson had a long pause after he answered the first half of the question of whether he felt his career was missing something in that he had never won on the Old Course.
As sure as night follows day and a huge gallery follows Tiger Woods, the main question for a young winner of the Silver Medal at The Open is ‘when will you turn professional?’
The only question most are asking about the Senior Open presented by Rolex at the Old Course is – why did it take so long?
Tom Watson is thrilled about coming back to the Old Course for the Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex later this month – but not for sentimental reasons.
Can you identify the ‘little girl’ who presented golf legend Tom Watson with heather at 1975 Carnoustie Open?
With just over a month until the Open Championship returns to Carnoustie, thoughts inevitably return to some of the golfing folklore that surrounds the course.