Tim Sherwood is currently ninth when it comes to the best win percentages in the league's history.
The R&A is on the verge of another broadcasting windfall, with a new multi-year deal to screen the Open Championship in the United States edging close to completion.
Kevin Pietersen, the most gifted England batsman of his generation and the player whose talismanic performances Australians fear more than any other, will not figure in the Ashes after all. England’s new director of cricket, Pietersen’s former captain Andrew Strauss, reportedly delivered the news on Monday night.
This morning, just as jubilant Conservative MPs listened to David Cameron hail their triumph in a House of Commons committee room, Lee Scott was in another part of the building, packing up his stuff.
Arsenal were defeated 1-0 at the hands of Swansea City last night.
The former care minister, Norman Lamb, has confirmed his plans to run for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats.
“We need you all to go back,” were the first words that greeted the 56 SNP MPs as they gathered outside the Commons for their first day in Westminster.
David Cameron is drawing up plans to bring forward an in/out referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union by a year to 2016 in order to avoid a politically dangerous clash with the French and German elections in 2017.
Treasurer Joe Hockey has revealed the deficit will beat his own December forecast as well as “market expectations” to come in below $40bn.
Three of Steve Jobs' old business cards were sold at auction earlier this month for more than $10,000.
Good news travels fast, but bad news even faster – especially if it’s the release of lacklustre results from Twitter.
Dave Goldberg, the chief executive of the online survey and research company Survey Monkey who was married to the Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, has died aged 47.
In ducked the ball into Jonathan Trott’s pads and up went the crooked finger of Billy Bowden. Trott dallied briefly to talk to his captain just in case there was scope for a review. It must have been a difficult moment for Alastair Cook.