West Ham United are reportedly looking to sign Aleksandar Dragovic from Dynamo Kiev.
Leeds boss Neil Redfearn was delighted with the under-21 team's attacking against Huddersfield.
The Conservatives may have to start charging for NHS services or raise VAT if they win power because George Osborne’s plans to slash public spending are unachievable, shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said.
A round up of news stories this morning related to Chelsea.
Britain faces a friendless future as the North Korea of Europe if it leaves the European Union and seeks to forge a role in “Anglospheric” parts of the world such as Hong Kong, Gordon Brown has warned.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has suggested the League Cup final this weekend will teach Ronny Deila a couple of things about the club.
Clinical trials underway after scientists in Madrid pioneer technique which homes in on woman’s optimum time for treatment
Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy said he was surprised Arsenal had faith in Wojciech Szczesny.
It was Stuart Gulliver’s bad luck to be summoned before the Treasury committee last week. Margaret Hodge, chair of the public accounts committee, doesn’t take kindly to being upstaged by other committees and clearly felt that she should have had first dibs at the HSBC chief executive.
HSBC’s chief executive conceded in front of MPs that his personal tax and banking affairs were further damaging the reputation of the scandal-hit bank.
David Cameron’s personal polling is at its highest level in four years despite a difficult week for the Tory leader in which he was accused of being too soft on rich tax avoiders, including his party donors.
The Conservative party needs to break its dependence on millionaires, the former Tory chancellor Ken Clarke has told the Observer, amid a growing furore over the tax affairs of the party’s donors.
It was where the biggest band of all time cut its teeth.