Labour backbenchers will step up the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn over Trident by publishing a “myth-busting” report backing the case for building a new generation of submarines to house Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
Members of the public attempting to register to vote in the EU referendum complained that the government website had crashed hours before the deadline.
The four members of Abba performed alongside one another for the first time in over 30 years in Stockholm this weekend.
As anyone who has been to a Rolling Stones concert in the past 26 years will tell you, there is a moment where Mick Jagger, for all his grandiose stage swagger, is briefly, but undeniably, upstaged.
Francesco Totti has agreed a new one-year contract with Roma. Totti met the club president, James Pallotta, on Tuesday and the 39-year-old has now confirmed that he will play on into a 25th season in the Italian capital.
Chris Coleman has admitted there is no chance of Joe Allen, Joe Ledley and Hal Robson-Kanu all starting in Wales’s opening Euro 2016 group game against Slovakia on Saturday. The three players have been carrying injuries and the Wales manager said that it would be “reckless” to name the trio in his first XI when they are in a race to prove their fitness.
Arsenal fans are not impressed with the latest developments.
After a tepid loss in their opening Copa América Centenario game put them under threat of elimination, the US needed a riposte against Costa Rica on Tuesday. They delivered a renaissance.
He is best known for poetry on the pitch, but when footballer Lionel Messi appeared in court accused of multimillion-euro tax fraud, his performance was decidedly more prosaic.
The former Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo is set to be confirmed as the new manager of Aston Villa on Friday, with Steve Clarke to act as his assistant. The Italian will sign a two-year contract and take over from Rémi Garde, who was sacked in March having won just two of the 20 Premier League matches he was in charge for.
As sendoffs go, it is probably fair to say Roy Hodgson hoped for better in England’s final match before Euro 2016 than seeing his team look so leaden, the crowd so bored they resorted to making their own entertainment and a tetchy press conference when the questions centred around whether his team were heading into another tournament without any clarity about their best way of playing.