We take a look at each West Brom players' start to the season.
Tottenham Hotspur have some of the best young English talent in the country on their books and some look destined for superstardom.
Leeds United manager Garry Monk is on a one year contract.
The big wide player has impressed for West Ham United.
David Davis has pledged to share the Westminster government’s “latest thinking” on Brexit with the leaderships of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, before the first meeting of a forum intended to allow the devolved administrations to help shape Britain’s strategy.
Luke Shaw should be fit to return for Manchester United after the international break as he is confident of recovering from the leg injury that prevented him playing in Sunday’s win at Swansea City.
Harry Kane has urged his England team-mates to keep their cool in Friday’s eagerly anticipated World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Wembley, echoing the sentiments of the interim manager, Gareth Southgate.
Everton have reportedly joined Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City in the race to sign Charlton Athletic striker Ademola Lookman.
Celtic and Rangers have grand reputations in the world of football, but still have the aura of rehabilitation clubs.
Joey Barton has been signed off from Rangers’ training ground with stress since Friday, with the midfielder’s permanent exit from Ibrox moving ever closer. Barton may become a free agent before the end of this week, with talks at an advanced stage to terminate his contract.
In an era of ultra low interest rates, ever tightening regulation and steep legacy fines, times are tough for banks. But taxpayer-backed RBS, which has not made a full-year profit since 2007 and has seen shares slide 36 per cent in the year to date, is having a particularly rough ride. This is largely through problems of its own making.
The amount of taxes generated by the UK’s banking sector has risen to £34.2bn in the year to March, underscoring the importance of financial services to the wider economy. The figures, revealed today, have generated fresh calls to defend the City during upcoming Brexit negotiations.
Royal Bank of Scotland has apologised to small business customers as it revealed a £400m bill to compensate them for poor treatment in the wake of the banking crisis.