Hashim Amla made the shock decision to resign as South Africa Test captain following the drawn second Test with England in Cape Town on Wednesday, citing his belief that he will be of greater value to the world’s No1 side as a senior player.
The defence secretary, Michael Fallon, has accused the Labour party of being a threat to national security in light of the appointment of unilateralist MP Emily Thornberry as shadow defence secretary.
Marko Grujic was confirmed as a Liverpool player yesterday.
Jeremy Corbyn faces a continuing struggle to assert his authority over the shadow cabinet after Hilary Benn directly challenged the central aim of his lengthy reshuffle: to achieve a consensus over foreign and defence policy.
Former Leicester City and Ipswich Town star James Scowcroft has backed a West Ham United youngster for the very top.
Steve Evans believes Leeds need to take at least four points from their next two league games.
The Red Devils may have more luck in attempting to sign the Senegal international in the summer.
The Owls have been impressive in both the transfer market and on the pitch.
Supporters of a British exit from the EU are peddling an “impossible fantasy”, the chairman of the main pro-EU campaign Stuart Rose has warned.
By staging a referendum on UK’s EU membership, David Cameron has chosen to “play with fire” and may find he is entirely dependent on the decisions of Labour voters to avoid finding himself badly burnt, a leading poll analyst has concluded.
Gordon Brown is to join the former central bankers Ben Bernanke and Jean-Claude Trichet on a new five-strong new global advisory board established by the international investment firm Pimco in his first role in the private sector since resigning as prime minister in 2010.