Jeremy Corbyn faced fresh criticism over his handling of antisemitism allegations after Labour’s sister party in Israel said it had had no reply to a letter its leader sent to him a month ago expressing dismay and inviting him to Jerusalem to see the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.
Religious leaders from the UK’s main faith communities – including former archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams – have joined forces to oppose Brexit, saying the EU is vital to preserving peace, fighting poverty and tackling the migration crisis.
Argentina star Lionel Messi gave his team a scare on Friday night by leaving the field with a back injury in the second half of his team’s 1-0 victory over Honduras.
Michael O’Neill described the selection of Will Grigg over Liam Boyce as his most difficult decision after announcing the final 23-man squad for Northern Ireland’s first European Championship campaign.
Marcus Rashford’s amalgam of fearlessness, imperious finishing and fast decision making has left Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson searching for superlatives.
Roy Hodgson has said it is more than just Daniel Sturridge’s fitness that will determine whether the injury‑prone striker goes to Euro 2016, with England’s manager preparing to disappoint two of his players and acknowledging there might be other issues with the Liverpool forward now he has fallen down the pecking order.
So close yet so far. Not once, not twice, but three times. At the end of an extraordinary night in Milan, there were tears at both ends of San Siro, where players and supporters were exhausted, but the emotions could hardly have been more different. The European Cup has been the making of Real Madrid, 11-times winners, and the breaking of Atlético Madrid, the knife slipped in once more. Slipped in and then twisted.
Monday is Memorial Day, the official start of summer and another celebration traditionally marked by sales and a shopping bonanza. But the sun isn’t shining for US retailers.
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Martin Keown suggests that he would prefer playing for the Liverpool manager to working with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho or Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola.
For David Haye nothing less than an “explosive knockout” would suffice against Arnold Gjergjaj on Saturday night and that is what he delivered.
Iain Duncan Smith has likened George Osborne to Pinocchio for claiming that house prices could fall by up to 18% if the UK votes to leave the EU.
This has been the week when the polls – though not all of them – appeared to shift towards Remain. The scale of the move varied across the range of pollsters, but the big thing in all polling analysis is to look for the general direction of travel, paying particular attention to the fieldwork dates.