With more than 37m subscribers, Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is one of the biggest stars on YouTube.
It says something about the extraordinary scale of social platforms when a technology behemoth with 302m active users every month can be seen as failing to achieve its potential.
Miguel Ángel Jiménez has no interest in altering the perception of him and dealing with the surprise that continues to surround the ability of this rich-living 51-year-old to compete in serious golf events.
“You guys can decide if he [Cookson] has done a good job … plenty of people would argue he’s laid down on a lot of things.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman has waded into the Jack Wilshere row, and taken a dig at Tottenham Hotspur.
Small press And Other Stories will produce no books by men in 2018 in answer to Kamila Shamsie’s call for direct action to beat gender bias in publishing
John Prescott has launched an attack on some of his former Labour colleagues over the party’s leadership contest, telling the former foreign secretary David Miliband to “shut up” and urging Tony Blair’s former spin doctor Alastair Campbell to “stay at home”.
Gordon Brown has issued a stark warning that the UK remains on “life support” because the Tory government has given up on saving the 308-year-old union as it shores up support by playing the English card.
Typical. You wait years to discover the winner of the great Murdoch succession race, and then you get a fudge.
Nicola Sturgeon is warning that there will be an “unstoppable clamour” for a second Scottish independence referendum if Scotland is taken out of the EU against its will.
With more than one billion monthly viewers, YouTube is the biggest online video service – but in 2015, there are plenty of companies hoping to take a bite out of it.
Sunderland are looking for a successor for Dick Advocaat.