If there is any justice, Maggie Smith will be awarded with her third Oscar for her magnificent performance in this film version of the Alan Bennett play Lady in the Van.
Newcastle United will face Leicester City at St. James’ Park in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The shadow home secretary Andy Burnham has warned that government cuts to grassroots sport due to be announced next week will be “the final nail hammered into the coffin of the legacy of London 2012”.
The main group campaigning for a British exit from the EU has a £14bn “black hole” in the savings it claims the UK would make if it voted to leave, Tory grandee Sir Nicholas Soames has said.
The head of Labour’s 2015 election campaign has called on Jeremy Corbyn to publish an internal inquiry into its election defeat, warning that his leadership has taken the party even further from possible victory in the next election.
David Cameron’s hopes of persuading Scottish Nationalists not to reject extending RAF strikes in Syria were dealt a blow yesterday when Alex Salmond insisted his party would only support military action if there was explicit backing from the UN.
Square's surge Thursday may make its CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey forget all about Twitter's drubbing this year.
A US activist hedge fund has turned the screw on Roll-Royce by nearly doubling its stake in the struggling aircraft engine maker to 10%.
Manchester City and Liverpool will face each other at the Etihad Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
Not a bad gig.
HSBC is moving its derivative trading book from London to Hong Kong in a bid to cut costs arising from tight regulations in the UK and EU.
Following the announcement by Barclays that Jes Staley will assume the role of CEO, UBS has announced that it has accepted his resignation from all of his functions at UBS with immediate effect to avoid conflicts of interest.