A man in his 60s was stabbed to death in broad daylight near a historic pub in west London on Saturday. He was pronounced dead after police were called to St Mary's Avenue in Southall at 6.41pm. The victim
Fresh fears Bolton and Bury will both go bust after English Football League sets crisis clubs new Tuesday deadline
There were fresh fears on Saturday night that Bolton Wanderers and Bury would both go bust after the English Football League set the crisis clubs a new deadline of 5pm Tuesday to safeguard their futures.
Christian Coleman, the fastest man in the world and favourite for the world 100 metres title, has insisted he is confident of competing at next month’s World Championships despite fighting to avoid a for
Steven Gerrard prepared for late transfer window anxiety ahead of building on first season at Rangers
The extra worry lines on Steven Gerrard’s forehead are caused by classic late transfer window anxiety. Rangers won nothing in their previous campaign but there were clear signs of progress from Gerrard’s
Pep Guardiola has challenged Benjamin Mendy to maintain his current levels of fitness and professionalism and resurrect his faltering career with Manchester City. The 25-year-old full-back has started
It has been a summer of tears for Lucas Moura. First they were tears of happiness, after his sensational hat-trick for Tottenham Hotspur in the most dramatic of Champions League semi-finals, and then of
England women will on Sunday - somehow - aim to maintain a 35-year record of medalling at combined EuroHockey Championships, less than 48 hours after one of their most dispiriting defeats. The last time
'Joe Root puts belief in this England side and we feed off that - we have to believe we can win,' says Joe Denly
England insisted they can stage a miracle comeback against Australia on Sunday after a resurgent batting display from captain Joe Root gave the hosts a glimmer of hope of levelling the Ashes at Headingley.
Briton Anthony Yarde falls short in valiant attempt to beat Sergey Kovalev in WBO light-heavyweight title fight
Anthony Yarde fell short in a valiant attempt to win the world light-heavyweight championship in Russia on Saturday night. The 28-year-old Londoner was stopped in the 11th round by champion Sergey Kovalev,
Disney has announced a hero for its upcoming Marvel series described as “Batman with multiple personality disorder” in an effort to reduce the stigma around mental health conditions. Marc Spector, the
Amid the hidebound restrictions of post-war Britain they took shelter in a Soho nightclub to dance, drink and socialise away from the ugly racist prejudice that was an everyday reality for all too many.
When the final hooter sounded, Steve Price hugged assistants Andrew Henderson and Lee Briers and then, as his players celebrated like wild men, the Warrington head coach had a bucket of ice thrown over
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blasts Twitter trolls after Marcus Rashford receives racist abuse for missed penalty
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has once again condemned the online racist abuse directed at his players after Marcus Rashford’s missed penalty against Crystal Palace made him a target.
Back when he won a bronze medal on his British Championships debut as a 19-year-old, Ojie Edoburun thought it would prove so easy to make the step up to the senior ranks. Four years on, he lined up for
Stoke City manager Nathan Jones admitted last night that his side’s poor start to the season could cost him his job after his gamble in making six changes failed to stop Championship leaders Leeds United
It was not so much that Dina Asher-Smith retained her British 100m title in Birmingham on Sunday that was most impressive, nor that she broke her own championship record in the process. It was what had
Premier League stars told to sue social media platforms if they want to curb racist abuse as Marcus Rashford targeted following
Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and other Premier League stars have been told to sue social media platforms if they want to curb racist abuse on the sites. The Manchester United players and other victims what
It was said that when Charles Dickens staged readings of his works young ladies in the audience would faint, such was the force of his rendition of key scenes such as Nancy’s death in Oliver Twist. One
Sebastien Haller took the first steps towards justifying the club record £45 million fee West Ham United paid Eintracht Frankfurt for the forward with his first two goals for the club as Manuel Pellegrini’s
Moussa Djenepo struck within two minutes of arriving as a substitute as Ralph Hasenhuttl's men collected their first points of the season at the expense of a Brighton side reduced to 10 men and left to
Harvey Barnes gives further evidence of talent with stunning strike to help Leicester overcome Sheffield United
Jamie Vardy aggressively pulling out his ears with an intense stare on his face, after scoring for Leicester, sent out a message to those who booed him here. But he was not the only one of Brendan Rodgers’
The Duke of Sussex joined rugby league fans at the Challenge Cup final in Wembley Stadium, in his first public engagement since the row over his use of private jets. Prince Harry appeared in high spirits
The divorce case has details that are all too familiar - two partners at loggerheads, a young child caught in the middle and claims of financial malpractice. Except there is a twist. The person accused