In the first week of the Tour de France, Adam Yates’s philosophy was simple – “stay invisible and stay out of trouble” – but once the race hit the mountains this weekend, his mind turned to his objective for the race: winning at least one stage, which is his priority in his second Tour de France before his attentions turn to an assault on the overall standings in future years.
The embattled Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is likely to be recalled by a powerful House of Commons committee following official complaints by MPs that he gave misleading answers last week to its inquiry into antisemitism in his party.
Tory and Labour MPs have held informal discussions about establishing a new political party in the event of Andrea Leadsom becoming prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn staying as Labour leader, a cabinet minister has disclosed.
Labour has been plunged into its “greatest crisis for generations” as a leadership bid was launched against Jeremy Corbyn and its biggest union donor waged war on the party’s deputy leader.
“We don’t let anything go. Not now, eh? Not now.” So barked Didier Deschamps in the Stade de France at crunch time.
Think of Portugal and, the chances are, you will think of one person.
Victor Anichebe left West Bromwich Albion in May.
Jurgen Klopp has committed his long-term future to Liverpool.
Rangers and Celtic are expected to challenge for the Scottish Premiership title.
West Brom are reportedly pushing to sign Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe.
Hilary BennThe shadow foreign secretary was sacked in a 1am phone call on Sunday after making clear that he had lost faith in Corbyn’s leadership.
The business secretary, Sajid Javid, has told business leaders there is no need to panic after Britain’s vote to leave the EU, as investors braced for another day of heavy selling when markets reopen on Monday.