Jason Roy has been ruled out of Tuesday’s World Cup match against Australia at Lord’s. The England opener tore his hamstring in the win over West Indies and has missed games against Afghanistan and Sri
A hundred yards from Newcastle station, restored but not particularly well signposted, stands the shed where George Stephenson built the world’s first commercial train engine, Locomotion No 1, in 1825.
For a snapshot of how Joey Bradbury and Rowan Martin picture the Rhythm Method’s new album blending the last few decades’ worth of popular culture, look no further than the way they’ve described themselves
Manchester United and Crystal Palace officials will meet on Monday afternoon with a view to thrashing out the finer details of a deal to take Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Old Trafford after an improved bid was
The Papua New Guinea government has sold just two of the more than 40 luxury vehicles it controversially bought for last year’s Apec conference, because the organiser of the tender process did not set
Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and Migos among winners at black entertainment awards, where tributes were paid to Nipsey Hussle who was shot dead in March Cardi B topped the winners at this year’s BET awards, receiving
The Brexit party leader, Nigel Farage, has put forward the prospect of a coalition with the Conservative party to ensure the UK leaves the EU without a deal, and offered Boris Johnson his support following
When the Jam came to play the Top Hat Ballroom in 1978 we rejoiced to see the town’s old days put to death I grew up in Dún Laoghaire, pronounced either Doon Laira or Dun Leary, a coast town seven miles
Physical Disability Rugby League is unsurprisingly filled with inspirational stories, but few are quite as incredible as Aaron Moon’s. The 32-year-old is one of the star players for Wigan Warriors’ PDRL
For Clive Barker victory over Cameroon in South Africa’s opening game of the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations was a huge relief. Ever since he had watched Joel Stransky execute his drop goal at Ellis Park six
Jeremy Hunt has stepped up his criticism of Boris Johnson for avoiding media scrutiny in the Tory leadership campaign, calling it “disrespectful”, as another minister said Johnson could be brought down
She skips past the tricky details like a Tory leadership candidate pushed to explain a trade deal Lucy Hughes-Hallett is the author of three nonfiction books, one of which, The Pike, a biography of the
What is the most impactful lifestyle change that you have made that has improved your health and wellbeing? Over the past few months, writers have been describing their experiences of the one change that
Last Monday, I spoke for five minutes on a panel in Bradford, alongside the head of ITV comedy, about diversity in television. As a working comedy writer, I was well positioned to make the point that is
“A purchase on the horizon, a panoply of temptation, the hesitation in your voice, soon to be an echo in the recesses of the spheres of retail.” Who could resist such seductively florid sales patter? not
Fascinating reports from Italy suggest Gigi Buffon has an admirer in Marcelo Bielsa and could conceivably be on his way to Leeds once his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the week.
Any hungry person with a Netflix subscription will tell you that this is a golden age for food TV, with opulent, big-budget shows such as Chef’s Table, Ugly Delicious and Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat offering
Israel Folau has hit out at the decision to shut down his crowdfunding page – which was intended to cover the costs of his legal challenge against Rugby Australia – saying it is evidence of a mounting
Victoria’s faunal emblem, the tiny Leadbeater’s possum, will keep its critically endangered listing after the environment minister, Sussan Ley, rejected a push by Coalition MPs to downgrade its conservation
Statistically, people are quite kind. The University of Michigan just spent £472,000 proving this by planting 17,303 “lost” wallets in public places in 40 countries around the world and asking strangers
Alternative arrangements for keeping the Irish border open in the event of a no-deal Brexit or the collapse of future trade talks with the EU could be up and running within three years, a report concludes.
The public will be given a say on controversial plans to rename a train station near Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium after it was revealed the proposal was at an advanced stage after intensive lobbying
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