“People would pay hundreds of pounds to be here. They’d give their heart to be here!” asserts radio presenter Ras Kwame, whose job it is to ensure that enthusiasm blazes away at a level just below outright hysteria.
Five British athletes, include the Tour de France winning cyclists Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins, are among the latest batch of names alleged by a group of Russian hackersto have taken banned substances for which they had received a therapeutic use exemption (TUE).
Bayer’s $66bn acquisition of Monsanto Co. is producing a big payday for a small advisory firm founded last year by a team of bankers who left Perella Weinberg Partners in an acrimonious split.
Senior bankers have played down the prospect of thousands of City jobs being lost in the aftermath of the vote for Brexit, because of the complexity involved in making the changes to adapt to the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
Steve McClaren was spotted at Leeds United this week.
A late goal prevented Forest moving up into the Championship play-off places.
Tottenham Hotspur lost 2-1 to Monaco on Wednesday evening.
Jeremy Corbyn will use a speech in London on Thursday to announce that Labour will research the radical policy of universal basic income, which would replace means-tested benefits with a flat-rate payment.
As Nicola Sturgeon launches her renewed drive to build support for Scottish independence, the frontrunner to be her party deputy, Angus Robertson, has urged members to “get out and speak to voters again”.
A remarkable 38 Chelsea players are out on loan after seven left the club on a temporary basis on deadline day.