Days after cancelling her Grammys performance, Rihanna has cancelled two shows and delayed the start of her coming world tour.
The actor Shia LaBeouf is occupying a lift in Oxford with two other performance artists for 24 hours as part of his latest project.
David Cameron has pledged to campaign with “all my heart and soul” to keep Britain inside a reformed EU in an in/out referendum after he succeeded in renegotiating the terms of Britain’s EU membership.
France does not cultivate “national treasures” in the same way the English do.
West Ham United chairman David Gold describes Morgan Amalfitano as an "OK squad player" during his time at Upton Park.
Ian Holloway thinks Derby County will lose 2-1 against Brentford today.
Celtic have been urged by John Hartson to appoint Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs.
Alan McInally admits that he did not realise that Aleksandar Mitrovic is just 21 years of age.
Downing Street has dismissed a claim by Labour’s London mayoral candidate, Sadiq Khan, that the prime minister called Londoners rats.
David Cameron has scrapped a visit to Denmark and Sweden as he tries to inject fresh momentum into his EU negotiations with unscheduled talks with the European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.
Neil Kinnock has suggested that Jeremy Corbyn will need to consider his future if he fails to connect with the wider electorate “after a reasonable space of time”.