The future of Ron Dennis – one of Formula One’s most dominating figures – was the subject of intense speculation on Friday night with reports that a consortium of Chinese investors had tabled a £1.65bn takeover bid for his McLaren team.
Aside from the first pictures of Donald Trump inside the White House there was no disputing the week’s most terrifying image.
The Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, has said the party would vote against article 50 unless the British people were given a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Police are investigating suspected drug offences after allegations were made against the former chair of the influential home affairs select committee, Keith Vaz.
Donald Trump’s election as US president is a “global wake-up call” to rid politics of the vested interests of billionaires, Jeremy Corbyn will tell Labour’s regional conference.
Apparently, everyone knew this would happen except that, in reality, they did not. There were no grand pronouncements that Joey Barton and Rangers would be consigned to a messy divorce before Christmas carols were on the agenda.
Chris Smalling’s fitness is the subject of confusion after claims the defender has a broken toe that rules him out for at least a month were denied by Manchester United.
Screenwriter Leon Butler has crafted some promising puzzle pieces for this multi-stranded ensemble drama set in present-day London.
'I wanted to write in to let your readers know exactly how stupid I feel for giving my all for my firm, only to be booted out when it had no further use for me.
Imagine a monomaniacal businessman who inherited loads of cash from his father, treats women like property and races around with no master plan, barking kooky sentence fragments. At first it’s funny and then it gets sad and then it gets tiresome.