George Osborne risks parliamentary defeat over plans to cut £1.3bn from disability benefits as criticism of the scheme spread across Conservative backbenches.
HITC Sport's list of 30 greatest Owls continues with Peter Swan.
Raheem Sterling left Liverpool for Premier League rivals Manchester City in the summer of 2015.
West Ham United will have to go again against Manchester United for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals but it could already be sealed.
The Denmark defender admits it was a difficult choice.
The Italian remains at Leeds United but fan frustration continues.
Sepp Blatter was paid a £2.6m package last year, the first for which Fifa has disclosed the salary paid to its president and secretary general. Football’s world governing body published the figure in its accounts for 2015, which showed that a year of unprecedented corruption scandals had led to it losing $122m (£84m).
Glencore’s efforts to reduce fatalities among its staff have suffered a setback with the announcement that the death toll from an accident at a Congolese mine has risen to seven.
The Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said he no longer recognises the company he built, thanks to creations such as the Apple Watch.
Labour is facing calls to help other opposition parties kill off the government’s new surveillance laws, after the SNP and Liberal Democrats said they would vote against the legislation.
The Scottish National party is starting to exhibit the same arrogance and complacency that proved the downfall of Scottish Labour, according to Alastair Campbell, who also accused party leader Nicola Sturgeon of lacking any “big vision” for the country.
Misdirection is an underrated weapon in parliament: the best way of dealing with an embarrassing situation is to create an even greater embarrassment.