Liverpool signing Lazar Markovic has revealed his admiration for Chelsea.
Renowned football analyst Andy Gray claims Real Madrid star and Manchester United target is a level below the elite but still high on quality.
Liverpool secured the signing of Mario Balotelli, how does it match up to Arsenal's star man?
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange started electronic futures trading after a technical issue halted markets for as long as four hours, affecting contracts from U.S. stock indexes to Treasuries, oil and gold.
In 2009, an American civil rights lawyer created a mashup mapping a neighbourhood called Coal Run, Ohio.
Tony Blair's role advising countries with poor human rights records has come under scrutiny again after he gave Kazakhstan's president advice on how to avoid his image being tarnished by the killing of 15 civilian protesters by police.
MPs have renewed their call for the Speaker, John Bercow, to rethink the appointment of an Australian as the House of Commons clerk, parliament's most senior official, following the revelation that he has said he does not believe the job should be done by one person.
The Liberal Democrats will go into the next election proposing to triple the pupil premium for early years infants, according to David Laws, the education minister.
Richard Attenborough, who has died aged 90, had three distinct personas for those who followed his career in the entertainment world: the baby-faced, pint-sized actor, at turns, cocky and cowardly, later rotund in mostly creepy character roles; the film director of epics such as Gandhi, and Chaplin; and Lord "Dickie", ubiquitous, ebullient and lachrymose, presiding over a host of charitable organisations.
Autonomy's $11bn (£6.6bn) sale to Hewlett-Packard faces further scrutiny after documents cast doubt over the structure of some transactions conducted by the British software firm before its takeover.