The new governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has signalled that Britain's ultra-low interest rates would remain unchanged until well after the 2015 general election as he stressed that only a big fall in unemployment would bring an end to the cheap money of the past four years.
A round-up of news and views relating to Chelsea over the past 24 hours.
Too much recent conversation about death has me planning an activity for my last weeks on earth.
Baseball's brightest star Alex Rodriguez faces a 211 game suspension following the biogenesis scandal but he must be supported, he is the New York Yankees only hope.
Liverpool have annoucned their starting line-up for this evening's pre-season friendly against Valerenga in Oslo.
Spain’s top division La Liga has often laid claim to being the best domestic league in the world, vying for that title with the Premier League and the Bundesliga in Germany.
This summer’s numerous transfer ‘sagas’ have produced a conundrum for clubs – can you keep an ‘unhappy’ player on the books when their desire is to leave?
The Irish midfield general Roy Keane made his Manchester United debut 20 years ago today in the FA Charity Shield against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium on 07/08/1993.
Luiz Suarez’s latest comments last night have been taken differently by the two sets of supporters involved. Quite rightly the Liverpool fans feel disrespected and let down but on the other hand Arsenal supporters have been given the boost of a potential world class signing for their team.
In a sign that technology spending by American companies is slowly returning-and that the economic recovery is on track-information-technology companies have reported surprisingly upbeat earnings this quarter.