The family of late musician Chas Hodges have emphasised that the star had recovered from cancer and he would have wanted to give hope to patients still suffering with the disease.
Paul Pogba has been told by manager Jose Mourinho that he will never captain Manchester United again, according to reports.
A green sea turtle weighing more than 200 pounds has been returned to the water seven months after it was rescued.
Actor George MacKay has said that the film industry is not “classist” despite the challenges facing performers from poorer backgrounds.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has been charged over comments he made about referee Andre Marriner before Saturday’s match against Crystal Palace, the Football Association has announced.
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde believes Leganes’ lowly league position is misleading and anticipates a tough match at Estadio Municipal de Butarque on Wednesday.
Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke has announced he is engaged to his partner Gareth Locke.
Wet Wet Wet have announced that their new frontman is to be former Liberty X singer Kevin Simm.
A Bafta boss has said there should be a diversity “revolution” in the film industry.
The second part of Emmy Award-winning documentary series Making A Murderer will launch globally on Netflix on October 19, the streaming service has announced.
The first of two meetings between Liverpool and Chelsea this week sees them go head-to-head at Anfield in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
Lord Alan Sugar has said he would rather be host of The Apprentice than the chairman of West Ham or Tottenham Hotspur as he spoke about a controversial tweet he sent during the World Cup.
This dust devil was filmed crossing a busy highway in Utah.
Bryson DeChambeau’s last European visit featured a very public meltdown on the driving range at Carnoustie but the American believes the fire inside him can help in the Ryder Cup.
MSPs have voted by 84 votes for, none against and 29 abstentions, in favour of a Scottish Government motion recognising the importance of international trade to the Scottish economy and the serious impact post-Brexit trading arrangements will have, noting the publication of Scottish Government policy on the issue and calling on the UK Government to engage with the Scottish Government and other devolved administrations “to deliver a modern, inclusive process drawing on international best practice that ensures the interests and priorities of all parts of the UK are properly represented, protected and promoted”.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has pledged to put £20 in a credit union account for every first year secondary school student in Scotland.
A clubber accused of attempted murder after driving his car into a crowded dancefloor is facing a re-trial after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
Inter Milan manager Luciano Spalletti has won an appeal against his one-match touchline ban for excessive celebrations.
The inquiry into the infected blood scandal should learn from the “chilling” lessons of the Hillsborough football disaster, a lawyer representing almost 250 victims has said.
A Canada-style Brexit trade deal that broke up the UK would be worse than no deal, Theresa May has said.