David Cameron will draw on a pageant of historical episodes, from the Roman empire to the fall of the Berlin Wall to argue that Britain’s destiny is inextricably bound up with Europe’s, and voting to remain in the EU on 23 June is the patriotic choice.
For all the criticism it has shipped for that decision to stage this year’s Europa League final in a ground so small it barely makes the list of Europe’s 100 largest football stadiums, we can see how Uefa might have arrived at the conclusion that it was a fiendishly clever plan.
Former Newcastle Jets player Bernardo Ribeiro has died, aged 26, after falling ill during a match in Brazil.
Blackpool’s third relegation in six seasons – slipping into League Two five years after almost surviving in the Premier League – was sealed on Sunday after a desperate capitulation and a 5-1 defeat but it was merely confirmation of something that has been known for some time.
Ahead of their match with Sunderland, Jamie Redknapp says Everton are the team everybody wants to play.
Manchester City-owned Patrick Roberts also revels in Celtic’s Scottish Premiership success.
And so to the final day.
They promised it would be the biggest party in Leicester’s history – and it certainly lived up to expectation.
The last time the Bank of England cut interest rates was in March 2009 and the decision was, in the modern idiom, a bit of a no-brainer.
The experts said it could never happen. There was no way in which Donald Trump could win the Republican nomination for the US presidency.
Royal Bank of Scotland has revealed that Swiss authorities are scrutinising its Coutts subsidiary as it reported a near £1bn loss for the first three months of 2016.
United States M&A activity totals $360.0 billion, down 22% compared to YTD 2015
West Ham are reportedly keen on Bournemouth right back Adam Smith.