David Moyes will not discuss a new contract with Everton until the January transfer window has closed and admits the club's ability to retain its finest talent will influence his final decision.
Half past seven in the evening in the Sapphire Ballroom of the five-star Taj Krishna hotel in the central Indian city of Hyderabad and Boris Johnson is half way through what is clearly, on the third day of his five-day tour of India, a well-practised routine.
Britain cannot afford to "fall away" from shaping the future of the EU, Tony Blair will say on Wednesday as he issues a warning to David Cameron of the dangers of slipping to the margins in Europe.
The final gold medal for Team GB's outstanding showing at the Olympics has been awarded fashionably late. Stella McCartney, who created the kit worn by Great Britain's record-breaking team this summer, has been crowned designer of the year at the British fashion industry's most prestigious awards ceremony.
Republican senators opened the way for a new showdown with Barack Obama on Tuesday, after an apparently disastrous meeting with UN ambassador Susan Rice that had been widely seen as an attempt to smooth her path to nomination as US secretary of state.
It says something about the enfeebled state of the British economy when the Treasury can take comfort from a forecast from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development that growth will be just 0.9% next year.
The acrimonious fallout from Hewlett-Packard's disastrous takeover of Autonomy has continued with a war of words erupting between the British tech firm's founder and the US company.
Filming for the upcoming Tom Cruise science fiction movie All You Need Is Kill closed down London's Trafalgar Square on Saturday.