As a junior minister fielded questions on Kashmir, Boris Johnson kept his head down and rifled through his briefing notes. No joy. He tried reordering them. Still no joy.
Sir Philip Green has made a last ditch plea to save his knighthood, hinting that he is close to agreeing a rescue deal for the failed retailer BHS’s pension fund and stating he is “very, very, very sorry” for the collapse of the business.
The contest to chair a powerful committee of MPs which will scrutinise the government’s Brexit deal will be a two-horse race between Labour’s former shadow foreign minister Hilary Benn, who was in the remain camp, and the prominent leave campaigner Kate Hoey.
Chris Smalling believes Manchester United’s performance in the 0-0 draw against Liverpool showed they are contenders to win the Premier League title.
Celtic have made a fantastic start to the season, and currently top the Scottish Premiership.
Hugo Lloris was Tottenham Hotspur's hero last night.
Janney Montgomery Scott, a leading full-service wealth management, financial services and investment banking firm, announced the recent hiring of three new fixed income professionals. Clay Brasher, Joseph Schults, and Luke Weeks, have all joined the firm.
Ronald Koeman has issued a scathing attack on Martin O’Neill’s treatment of James McCarthy and accused the Republic of Ireland of “killing” the Everton midfielder.
Arsène Wenger has offered a vote of confidence to Olivier Giroud as the Arsenal striker contends with his false start to the season, in which he has been restricted to just 78 minutes of football for his club.
High fences, security cameras, razor wire and gatehouse vehicle checks: modern Premier League training grounds often seem more like military installations than offshoots of the entertainment industry.