Fabio Da Silva could be the reason Manchester United don’t go after Luke Shaw this summer.
Sir Alex Ferguson has launched a fierce defence of Wayne Rooney, stating his determination to keep the striker at Manchester United, attacking criticism of his performances as "rubbish" and condemning the Football Association for not treating him fairly.
George Osborne made one thing crystal clear in his first speech as chancellor of the exchequer on 17 May 2010. Under his stewardship of the economy, there would be no more fiddling of the figures, no more hoodwinking the public about the true state of the nation's finances.
The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats have suffered a double blow as Nigel Farage's UK independence party soared to 17% in the latest Opinium/Observer poll, and a large majority of voters have said they believe coalition economic policies are harming the country.
Ten years ago, Kadom al-Jabouri became the face of the fall of Baghdad. Pictured with a sledgehammer while attempting to demolish the huge statue of Saddam Hussein in the city's Firdos Square, Jabouri's jubilant act of destruction made front pages around the world.
It is known throughout the Vatican as the Relatio (Narration). It is contained in two stiff, unmarked red folders and runs to around 300 pages.
As a venue for America's Grammy music awards, the Radio City music hall in New York has showcased stars from Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga, but on Thursday the headline act will be the world's next blockbuster smartphone.
Next year, today's Formula One cars will belong in a motor museum. They will look as old hat as Arnold Schwarzenegger up against Robert Patrick's liquid metal T-1000 in Terminator 2.
Ricky Burns, the WBO lightweight champion, is expected to leave Frank Warren and join the steadily expanding Matchroom stable on Monday, although there could be further twists to the story.