A skyscraper almost as tall as the Shard is to be added to the central London skyline after the 73-storey building was given planning approval.
Andy Murray heads an expanded 16-strong shortlist for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award, which is predictably dominated by Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic stars.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are currently enduring a long run without a win.
Everton and Stoke City are reportedly keen on Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall.
Aston Villa are well in the mix for play-off contention after a fine run of form.
Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has urged the British government to disclose more information about its plans to leave the EU.
Tottenham Hotspur desperately need a quality striker who can compete with Harry Kane.
Leeds United are set to take on Liverpool in the EFL Cup this evening.
Celtic secured their first trophy of the season, and the 100th of their history by beating Aberdeen at Hampden Park.
Everton have struggled at both ends of the pitch in recent weeks.
Wells Fargo is trying to keep dozens of customers suing over bogus accounts opened by its employees out of court, saying they agreed to resolve any disputes in arbitration when they began doing business with the bank.
A forecast £60bn hit to the UK's finances would still represent a good deal for Brexit, according to former British Chambers of Commerce boss John Longworth.
Nico Rosberg’s first Formula One championship was a classic victory for the diligent, dogged competitor over a more gifted opponent. It was the triumph of the retriever over the greyhound, the tortoise over the hare.