The first legal attempt to prevent the prime minister initiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union is to be heard later this month.
They heard the American guns first – roaring, rattling rounds of 30mm cannon fire sprayed by two A10 Thunderbolts.
The Conservative party has rejected an appeal by MPs to speed up the leadership contest so Britain does not have to wait until September for a new prime minister.
Nico Rosberg’s recent misfortunes continued in his buildup to Sunday’s British Grand Prix .
The three new arrivals started the club's first friendly of the summer, which saw Liverpool beat their local rivals courtesy of a Danny Ings goal.
Greg Rutherford believes his growing aura of invincibility – as well as the unerring ability to pull out a big jump when it matters – can propel him to another Olympic gold medal in Rio next month.
Lewis Hamilton has more personas than the Man of a Thousand Faces, as the old stage and film actor Lon Chaney was known. We have the rock star, the rapper, the playboy, the motorbike designer, the cosmetics salesman, the social media junkie, the fashionista and a collector of tattoos that Ray Bradbury’s Illustrated Man might envy.
Djokovic has gone, Federer has fallen and after a display of focused efficiency on Centre Court on Friday evening, Andy Murray will contest the Wimbledon final on Sunday as the favourite to reclaim the title he first won three years ago.
Martyn Rooney had to display grit in spades just to reach these European Championships – so when he felt the hot breath of the chasing pack he was always going to dig even deeper and be stubbornness personified.
Point72 Asset Management, the firm that oversees billionaire Steven A. Cohen’s wealth, reassured employees that its planned expansion to London remained on track, despite Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Britain is likely to enter a recession within the year as a result of last week's vote to leave the European Union, a decision that will stunt global economic growth as well, Goldman Sachs' top economists said on Sunday.
Pack away the flags. Put the song-sheet down.