Brentford boss Dean Smith says Rangers are some way off their valuation of Toumani Diagouraga.
Gareth Bale took home a souvenir from Zinedine Zidane’s first game as manager of Real Madrid, leaving the Santiago Bernabéu with the match ball signed by his team-mates.
In Danny Boyle’s gripping Steve Jobs film, the talkie action is set before a series of product launches.
For a while, the trajectory of video games curved toward cinema.
Two-thirds of Conservative MPs now support Britain’s exit from the European Union, despite David Cameron’s clear preference for staying in, according to senior sources within the party.
Jeremy Corbyn has launched a strong defence of his controversial frontbench reshuffle, saying it has made Labour “stronger, more diverse and more coherent” as he insists he can lead the party to general election victory.
The prime minister will call for a revolution in child rearing this weekend by suggesting that all parents should attend classes on how to discipline their children.
The 24-year-old was praised for his FA Cup performance against Crystal Palace.
Friends and fans of Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, the frontman of Motörhead, gathered in Hollywood for the legendary bassist’s memorial service on Saturday, remembering the man amid guitar amps, white roses and the reminiscences of family, bandmates and at least one former snake handler.
Each new Prince album – this is his 39th and second of 2015 (it was released just before Christmas ) – offers up hope of a return to form hinted at by his incendiary live shows.
The WHSmith chief executive, Steve Clarke, has been given a 56% pay rise after the retailer enjoyed its best sales since 2002.
The biggest banks in the U.K. could cut bonuses for fixed income, currencies and commodities traders by about 9% after a turbulent year for global markets, according to Emolument.com.
Alex Song wants West Ham to improve their home form.