Veteran boxing promoter Bob Arum has offered to promote a possible debate between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Jeremy Corbyn has asked Lord Kerslake, the former head of the civil service, to carry out a review of Labour’s internal structures as part of a package of measures aimed at putting the party on a war footing in case of an early general election.
Police are looking into a number of incidents at a boisterous rally addressed by Boris Johnson where a teenager in a gorilla suit was alleged to have been elbowed in the ribs and punched in the face.
Boris Johnson has urged the president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, to visit Britain and see the impact of Brussels on families and businesses, as he brushed off a series of increasingly pointed personal attacks.
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Sol Campbell is not convinced Tottenham Hotspur's Eric Dier by himself is the answer for England in defensive midfield despite an excellent season.
The Scottish government would hold a fresh independence referendum – and win it – within two years, if Scotland was at risk of being “dragged” out of the European Union after June’s referendum, Alex Salmond has said.
The G7 leaders have issued a joint declaration in which they warn that Britain leaving the European Union would be a threat to the global economy.
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FA Cup replays will be dropped for the quarter-finals next season after plans for the competition were approved on Thursday.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused the UK government of insulting the electorate by issuing increasingly alarmist claims about the risks of Britain leaving the European Union.
The flurry of officially backed statements warning about the dangers of Brexit will come to an end on Friday, when Treasury officials enter a four-week “purdah” that prevents any activity that could be perceived as an attempt to sway the outcome of the 23 June vote.
Harriet Harman has written to Ofcom to complain that male politicians are being allowed to dominate the EU referendum debate on the airwaves.