The 22-year-old midfielder wants to emulate his hero's Liverpool career at his own boyhood club.
Actor told she was over the hill in her mid-30s, as Hollywood finds itself under increased scrutiny for its failure to represent women fairly on screen
Thierry Henry recently said that Arsenal cannot win the Premier League title with Olivier Giroud as their number one striker.
Andy Burnham, the shadow health secretary, has made a surprise move to assert his independence from the trades unions by saying he will not take any union cash to fund his Labour leadership campaign.
David Cameron is to begin his first serious negotiations with other European leaders about his drive to reform procedures in Brussels.
Last year, the international affairs thinktank Atlantic Council made an interesting new hire. Keen to draw on ideas about the future of war from various areas of speculative fiction, the organisation – which advises on global security policy and holds meetings for heads of state and military leaders – announced that game designer Dave Anthony would become a nonresident fellow in its Brent Scowcroft Center. Anthony was, until that point, a writer on the Call of Duty: Black Ops titles.
Twitter is expanding its advertising offering, letting users decide to pay for their adverts based on whether or not they achieve their objectives, rather than simply paying per view.
On a day in which he may have been content to remain in touch with the leaders at the BMW PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy admitted the mental strains of a hectic schedule are taking a toll.
Britain’s most respected opinion pollster has warned Labour its chances of winning a majority at the next election verge on the “improbable” and that blaming its defeat on a shift away from Blairism is “wholly inadequate”.
The longest-serving MP in the House of Commons, Labour’s Sir Gerald Kaufman, has condemned the parliamentary conduct of Scottish National party MPs as infantile, describing them as “goons”.
Mo Farah admits that the European 3,000m record is in his sights when he gets his outdoor track season under way in Doha on Friday.
The first big dividing lines of the Labour leadership contest opened up on Thursday when Yvette Cooper, the shadow home secretary, refused to accept that Labour had spent too much prior to the 2007 banking crisis, making the economy more vulnerable when the crash came.