Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been charged with misconduct by the FA as he got involved in anti-Spurs chants after the FA Cup final last weekend.
Having money from economic growth flow to poor people rather than the rich feeds into a lift in the rate of economic growth and lower unemployment. Conversely, as income inequality increases, the potential for economic growth is constrained.
Leeds United legend Peter Lorimer is hopeful the current side can taste some European football in the future.
High-profile hedge fund executive William "Bill" Goodell has a new job.
Could one Arsenal right-back prompt another to change position in a year or two?
The case of Elizabeth Warren vs. Mary Jo White exploded on Wall Street and Washington on Tuesday as the liberal Massachusetts senator sent a blistering 13-page letter to the SEC chair essentially calling her a bad regulator and a liar.
Former Aston Villa goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has outlined a challenge facing Tim Sherwood this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur legend Gary Lineker has suggested his old side were affected by an important competition last season.
Celtic new boy Dedryck Boyata was left impressed by the personal touch of Ronny Deila in the process to sign him.
Steve McClaren will reportedly be named as the next Newcastle United boss next week and tasked with improving two positions in his squad.
The Welsh first minister, Carwyn Jones, Labour’s most senior politician still in power, has said his party had “no broad appeal” in the May elections, and expressed concern that Scottish Labour will never recover the ground it has lost.
Nicola Sturgeon has attacked the “scale and speed” of government spending cuts, while pledging that the Scottish government will campaign for the UK to stay in the EU.