Jeremy Hunt may have to follow Iain Duncan Smith’s example and resign because a lack of NHS funding could endanger patient safety, according to an ex-Downing Street health adviser.
The leader of the UK’s main Jewish organisation has accused Jeremy Corbyn of failing to deal with antisemitism within the Labour party after weeks of turmoil over the issue.
Companies are holding off from hiring further permanent staff and taking on more temporary workers, according to figures that suggest uncertainty over the outcome of June’s EU referendum is putting employers in wait-and-see mode.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent says the Paris Saint-Germain striker will sue a Swedish athletics coach who made doping allegations.
The former Leeds United managing director David Haigh has claimed he was repeatedly tortured and abused while in prison accused of fraud in Dubai.
It is in the nature of sport to make a mockery of predictions. The best bit of TV commentary on the 1970 World Cup is the BBC’s response to Pelé’s team of all the talents falling behind in their opening game after a horrendous piece of defending: “And Brazil … have confirmed everything we ever knew about them,” crows the voice down the line from Guadalajara.
Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne kept Marco Reus quiet.
The Egyptian midfielder has made a solid start to his Arsenal career.
Liverpool drew 1-1 with Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League on Thursday.
West Ham United co-owner David Gold has made a surprising revelation on Twitter about the club's move to the Olympic Stadium.
Tidjane Thiam, CEO at Credit Suisse, spoke to Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg TV Wednesday morning to discuss the bank's latest restructuring steps, his outlook for the first quarter results, and keeping the dividend in place.
Tom Hayes has been ordered by a judge to pay £878,806 in a proceeds of crime hearing.
For years, he was a member of the elite of Swiss bankers. Now, a former Credit Suisse wealth manager is in a prison hospital in Geneva, charged with fraud, misappropriation, and criminal mismanagement, facing as many as 10 years behind bars.