George Osborne has sought to reassure financial markets by insisting Britain’s economy is in a strong position to adjust to life outside the European Union.
The US secretary of state, John Kerry, is flying into Brussels for urgent talks at the start of a crunch week for Europe as leaders struggle to contain the fallout from Britain’s seismic decision to leave the EU.
The Swiss youngster was previously linked with a move to Old Trafford.
When Álvaro Morata reaches the Spain dressing room at the Stade de France on Monday afternoon, he will pull on a white shirt, shorts and socks and then put on his boots, his shin pads and a helmet.
Lionel Messi has said his international career is over at the age of 29 after he blazed a penalty over the bar in Argentina’s defeat in the Copa América final to Chile.
Another promising Tottenham Hotspur teenager has made headlines this month.
The West Ham United player joins his France teammates in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman feels that Liverpool's Adam Lallana needs to score more regularly.
The reported Leeds United target's stock has risen recently.
The City of London is facing as many as 100,000 job losses amid fears the UK’s dramatic vote to quit the EU will force banks to shift business out of London to other European financial centres.
Deutsche Bank is looking to grow its wealth management business in the Asia-Pacific region, hiring staff as it tries to attract a new category of clients with assets of less than $20m.
Barclays said it’s letting staff in the U.S. take more time off after having a baby, following a trend on Wall Street to try and make it easier for bankers to “successfully integrate” their professional and personal lives.
It required something remarkable for Michael O’Neill to surpass his achievement of guiding Northern Ireland into their first European Championships as winners of their qualifying group. Something remarkable happened in Lyon.