Tour de Suisse 2019, stage six results and standings: Antwan Tolhoek holds off late charge from Egan Bernal for stage win
Antwan Tolhoek held off a late charge from Egan Bernal to win stage six of the Tour de Suisse. Tolhoek proved to be the strongest climber in a 25-man breakaway and attacked in the final three kilometres
Britain’s biggest mobile operators face explosive claims of attempted price fixing and collusion as part of a £1bn High Court battle over the sudden collapse of Phones 4U. The former chief executive of
The drug revelations and memories of past political betrayals that cost Michael Gove this leadership bid
As the man accused of stabbing David Cameron in the front and Boris Johnson in the back, Michael Gove has been dogged by questions of trust throughout his political career. The former Times journalist
Like a wealth management fund, the International Cricket Council have invested in Australia, England and India – more than half of the ICC’s financial distribution used to go to the three countries which,
Ajara Nchout admitted she was aware of the weight on her shoulders in the seconds before she fired Cameroon into the last 16 at the Women's World Cup. Nchout's stoppage-time strike secured a 2-1 Group
My opinion is that female referees at this World Cup are getting the majority of the decisions right. I agree you can pick the odd incident and query it and as we come to the business end of the tournament,
A tax break on charging your electric car at work. A Future High Streets Fund to help out retailers in trouble. A couple of tweaks to stamp duty so fiddly that even your accountant can’t quite remember
Michael Gove’s failure to force himself into the final battle with Boris Johnson to be Britain’s next Prime Minister is seen as a massive reverse by Scottish Tory strategists. They fear that Prime Minister
Sajid Javid burnished his credentials as a prospective chancellor of the exchequer with a call for a “bold” economic and social agenda as he bowed out of the leadership race. In a tweet, the Home Secretary
Debate at schools is being shut down by a 'worrying trend towards an intolerance of different opinions', warns Ofsted chief
Debate at schools is being shut down by a “worrying trend towards an intolerance of different opinions", the Ofsted chief has warned. Amanda Spielman says that the rise of “single issue groups” including
Fight sports legend Melvin Manhoef makes Bellator London special with 100th professional appearance versus Kent Kauppinen
Plenty of names at Bellator 223 on Saturday night in London: Rich talent in Gegard Mousasi, Paul Daley, James Gallagher and so on ... but Melvin Manhoef is one we should take note of, and enjoy, for the
Fifa were accused of causing unnecessary refereeing chaos at the Women's World Cup on Thursday after Scotland's heartbreaking exit from a fresh video assistant refereeing (VAR) controversy. A host of in
Chelsea are preparing to announce the return of Petr Cech in a technical role that will kick-start an overhaul of the club’s football management and backroom staff. Telegraph Sport exclusively reported
Controversial plans to allow Scots to legally change their gender without any medical diagnosis or treatment have been postponed and watered down by SNP ministers in the face of a party rebellion. Shirley-Anne
Deutsche Bank is facing a US investigation into whether it followed rules aimed at stopping financial crimes such as money laundering. The German bank, which has struggled to revive its fortunes following
Reigning European champions Holland secured top spot in Group E at the World Cup, maintaining their 100 per cent record with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Canada in Reins. Bayern Munich striker Lineth
Apple has issued a MacBook Pro recall, warning that some of the laptops are at risk of overheating and could be unsafe. Some 15-inch laptops sold between 2015 and 2017 should be brought in for a free replacement,
Lost wallets are more likely to be returned when they contain a large sum of money, scientists have found, after leaving 17,000 wallets around the world. In 38 out of 40 countries studied, levels of honesty
The mayor of Venice has asked Unesco to include city on its world heritage site blacklist after Italy’s transport minister failed to deliver a plan to avoid giant cruise ships entering central canals.
The award of a US Presidential Medal of Freedom is usually an uncontroversial affair. Yet President Donald Trump’s honouring of the “godfather of supply-side economics” Art Laffer sent some economists
In this week’s final episode of the BBC’s spectacularly watchable futuristic drama Years and Years, an indomitable Anne Reid launched into a scathing rant about the parlous state of the nation. Her bitter
Whoopi lays bare our naked selfie obsession, so when will we stop making such a fuss of female flesh?
Whoopi Goldberg isn’t someone I think about often. And never naked. But now that the 63-year-old Oscar-winner has laid into 21-year-old actress Bella Thorne over an incident we shall call Whoopigate, having
The European Union was deadlocked over who should replace Jean-Claude Juncker on Thursday night, with Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel at loggerheads over who should be the president of the European for
Does either of them really want this? Deep down, the final two must know all too well the risks of winning. The Leader of the Opposition could call a vote of confidence in the Government: eminently losable.
Boris Johnson vs Jeremy Hunt: Who are the Tory leadership candidates and what are their key policies?
Boris Johnson will face Jeremy hunt in the ballot of Conservative members to be the next leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister of the United Kingdom. Having faced off 10 rivals across five
The most important thing about the 313 Conservative MPs choosing our next Prime Minister is that there are 313 of them – and you need 320 MPs to have a majority of one in the House of Commons, once the
The Treasury missed out on £35bn of tax it was due last year, up slightly from the year before, because of tax evasion, criminal activities and a rise in small businesses failing to pay what they owed.
Chris Froome leaves hospital and moves to rehabilitation facility to continue recovery following crash
Chris Froome has left the St Etienne University Hospital in France where he was being treated following his high-speed crash last week. The Team Ineos rider has been moved to an undisclosed rehabilitation