A former Barclays banker pleaded guilty to offences related to Libor-rigging around 19 months ago, fraud squad prosecutors said in court today.
Almost a year after it came out in the US, Facebook is releasing its facial recognition-powered photo app Moments in Europe.
Google has said it will ban ads for payday loans because they can be “deceptive or harmful”.
Newcastle United have been relegated from the Premier League.
One of West Ham United's true cult heroes has delivered a brilliant analogy on the club's impending move to the Olympic Stadium.
Bungs and secret bank accounts; shadowy figures on the take and make; the bidding process for major sporting events shown to be as transparent as an oil slick.
Jordan Spieth does not attempt to hide the scale of his post-Masters trauma.
Corbyn has been using his six questions at prime minister’s questions to focus on one issue.
The Labour party has been faced with deadlock in the Welsh assembly after an informal coalition of Plaid Cymru, the Conservatives and Ukip successfully blocked a vote to reappoint Carwyn Jones as the country’s first minister.
Police have said that they will continue an investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against the late former prime minister Sir Edward Heath, as they attempt to determine whether he committed any offences in the first place and if there are any living accomplices.