Celtic manager Ronny Deila is happy with the current condition of his squad.
Labour will be “in the dead zone” if it continues to treat Tony Blair as a pariah to be booed at Labour party conferences, Jon Cruddas, the party’s former head of policy review, has warned.
Taylor Swift has decided to put her latest album "1989" on Apple Music after fee spat.
The Labour leadership contender Liz Kendall has rejected the suggestion that she is a “Blairite” candidate, while pledging to give greater powers to the low pay commission to increase takeup of the living wage.
Nick Clegg has said the Lib Dem’s evisceration at the general election would have happened even if he had resigned earlier.
When Michael Jackson passed away six years ago, he left behind a booming legacy that is still reaping the profits.
George Osborne will stand up to deliver his budget on 8 July as a chancellor in his pomp: freed of those pesky Liberal Democrats; emboldened by the Tories’ decisive victory at the ballot box; and invigorated by the prospect of a job vacancy at No 10.
Social service Pinterest has doubled its number of users in the UK in the past year as Britons “pinned” 1.6bn items with DIY and recipes among their favourite topics.
Apple’s early-adopting, outspoken co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks humans will be fine if robots take over the world because we’ll just become their pets.
Leeds United youngster Alex Mowatt is excited about pre-season and the start of the next campaign.
People who work in technology could become as hated as bankers, a top U.K. lawmaker has warned, as employees in the sector get richer.
The Board of Directors of Standard Chartered have announced the appointment of Naguib Kheraj as Senior Independent Director effective from 16 June 2015.
No job losses, though.