Sixty is the new 40, 90 is the new 70 and Jennifer Saunders’s Edina and Joanna Lumley’s Patsy are back – along with Edina’s very elderly mum, played by June Whitfield. The less-than-dynamic duo make a characteristically wobbly and hungover reappearance in heels, champagne flutes in one hand and cigarettes in the other. No nonsense about vaping.
Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback, has signed a contract extension through 2021, which, reports suggest, will make him the highest-paid player in the NFL.
John McDonnell has set up a secret group of advisers to help shape Labour’s stance on the NHS, in an apparent breach of the party’s rules and undermining of its policy process.
The midfielder joined Mark Warburton's Glasgow Rangers side as they prepare for the Scottish Premiership.
Given the chance to play golf for Australia at the Games of the XXXIst Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, I – and it’s my guess that you – would fairly leap at it.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has conclusively ruled out any move to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari in the near future after recent speculation that he could be switching to join his former team-mate Sebastian Vettel at the Scuderia.
Players from Rennes, Chelsea and Aston Villa all feature.
In the first hint that European leaders may be willing to discuss changes to the EU’s existing freedom of movement rules as part of a new relationship with the UK, the French finance minister Michel Sapin has said everything will be on the table in the future talks with the UK, including freedom of movement.
Relations between pop stars and politicians have always been awkward. Each wants something off the other. The politician wants glamour, the pop star wants to be taken seriously. The result, more often than not, is a stalemate.
Martin Skrtel has admitted he would be willing to kick his Liverpool club-mate Daniel Sturridge if the striker were bearing down on goal as England and Slovakia seek to secure progress out of Group B at Stade Geoffrey-Guichard.
It was probably inevitable, when Roy Hodgson took his seat in the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, that he would be asked about the last time England were in Saint-Étienne and all the drama that attached itself to the team’s exit from the 1998 World Cup.