Arsenal’s Theo Walcott has been included in England’s squad to face Germany and Holland.
There was the suspicion of a 2014 April fool.
Paula Radcliffe has called for drug testers to be allowed to travel without visas to stop cheats being forewarned of their arrival.
Positive news for Rory McIlroy resonates both in a glance to the past and prospects for the near future.
A call for Jeremy Corbyn to go as Labour leader has been publicly backed by two other MPs, while his allies have responded by telling rebels to accept the decision that party members made in the party’s leadership election.
The government’s overhaul of primary-school assessments has turned into a shambles, according to the teachers who will have to carry them out from next month, with complaints that seven- and 11-year-old pupils find the new standards too hard and too confusing.
A group of 250 business leaders, including the former boss of HSBC, have added their voice to the Brexit campaign, saying that EU membership harms the UK’s economic prospects.
Despite his protests of ignorance, the timing of Zayn Malik’s debut solo album, Mind of Mine, feels pretty significant.
At 6.55pm last Saturday, Ray Trew, the owner of Notts County, thanked Jamie Fullarton for his efforts, praised his professionalism and predicted he still has a bright future in the game.
Supporters of Holland and France paid tribute to Johan Cruyff at their international friendly in Amsterdam on Friday.
With a new system looming, Nintendo may be getting ready to sunset the Wii U.
David Moyes is reportedly keen on the Aston Villa job.
Social technology, in the words of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, would “make the world more open and connected”, and unite the international community. It promises a new, global platform for cultural storytelling – a significant opportunity to know one another better than ever before.