The last time Britney Spears aimed for the pop zeitgeist on 2015’s ill-advised Iggy Azalea collaboration Pretty Girls (essentially a poor man’s Fancy), the results were so heavy-handed she inadvertently derailed Azalea’s career.
Mine rescue experts and firefighters had to come to the aid of a group of teenagers after they became hopelessly lost in Wiltshire while searching for Pokémon Go characters deep underground.
Here is the latest of the rebooted Star Trek franchise with Justin Lin (of the Fast And Furious movies) taking over direction – and the first in which Britain’s own Simon Pegg assumes co-scripting responsibilities, with TV writer Doug Jung.
Any trickle-down effects from the Premier League’s astonishing revenue streams will be felt in good time both in Spain and across Europe, but for now La Liga is humming along with decent enough deals.
Owen Smith and Angela Eagle are under growing pressure to decide which of them should challenge Jeremy Corbyn next week, amid calls from some Labour MPs for just one candidate to stand against the party’s leader.
Theresa May is meeting Nicola Sturgeon to underline her support for the UK in her first official visit to Edinburgh as prime minister. The meeting comes as May’s government promises to include Scotland’s devolved administration in negotiations to withdraw Britain from the EU.
A sharp fall in housebuilding ahead of the EU referendum dragged down the construction sector in May as firms mothballed projects and delayed new work.
Critics of the Open’s move away from live BBC television coverage have been given impetus after the peak audience for the first day of the championship dropped by almost 80%.
Returning home on Thursday afternoon, I was stopped by two 10-year-olds standing at the top of my road. “Are you playing Pokémon Go?” one asked. When I said I was, they went wild.