The Scottish winger has headed to RB Leipzig.
West Bromwich Albion have reportedly made their first contact over a deal for Charlton attacker Ademola Lookman.
Lewis Hamilton admitted he was surprised that he managed to come out of the Belgian Grand Prix as well as he did, dropping only 10 points in the lead he holds over his world championship rival Nico Rosberg, after the German started on pole and Hamilton in 21st place because of engine penalties.
If there is an evident dividend from the Rio Olympic Games, it shines on the faces of those who chose to go and they might yet profit further from the most uplifting experience of their careers at this US Open.
Philip Hammond wants to see Britain retain access to the single market in specific sectors such as financial services, while also securing border controls for the UK.
Swansea City lost 2-1 to Leicester City Saturday.
The current uncertainty over when the U.K. will start the process of quitting the European Union has banks on tenterhooks.
Two hundred Labour seats – more than 85% of the party’s total – could be affected by the review of parliamentary boundaries due next month, according to a detailed analysis of the review’s likely impact.
Yannick Bolasie has hailed the 'electric' Everton fans following the 1-0 win over Stoke City.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Labour officials of suspending members without letting them know why or giving them the chance to appeal, as tensions surrounding the party’s leadership election intensified over the weekend.
London slipped from fourth place to tenth in the Schroders Global Cities 30 index, as a result of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.
Lloyds Banking Group has told its 75,000 staff that the chief executive has “no case to answer” over questions he may have breached the bank’s expenses policy.
A former Deutsche Bank executive who’s suing the firm for unfair dismissal is arguing in court that the payments to a Chinese joint venture which got him fired were based on approvals by other top managers in Asia.