Seamus Coleman has hailed the impact that his two Everton teammates had whilst on international duty.
English regions should get the power to spend the tax collected from local residents in the wake of further Scottish devolution, a leading Labour MP has said.
Gordon Brown will spearhead Labour's last-ditch campaign to save the union as a new poll confirmed that the yes and no camps are neck and neck before next week's referendum on Scottish independence.
The UK government has been met with a frosty reception in its attempt to overturn a cap on bankers’ bonuses enforced by the European Union, with Europe’s highest court accusing lawyers for the Treasury of being inconsistent.
Foreign-exchange traders interviewed as part of the Bank of England’s probe into whether its staff knew of currency-rate rigging have expressed surprise at the narrow scope of the questioning focused on one meeting, according to people with knowledge of the inquiry.
French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel has left prison to serve the rest of his sentence wearing an electronic tag.
Southampton earned more from sales than any European club this summer, whilst Manchester City earned a club record income.
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Harris Glenn Milstead was Divine, a man who became famous for starring in films directed by John Waters, and who became even more famous for just being Divine.
Former Newcastle loanee Luuk de Jong has found the net for the first time in 2014.
Alejandro Rodriguez Gorrin was the star of the show as Wellington Phoenix defeated West Ham yesterday.