A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault after Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp was apparently attacked when Nottingham Forest fans spilled on to the pitch at the end of the Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-final.
Mark Cavendish is determined to continue racing for at least another two years.
Uncapped duo Harry Brook and Matthew Potts have been called up for the first Test of England’s new era, but Matt Parkinson must again wait for his chance.
The statistics watchdog has written to the Government over the “transparency” of its document setting out plans for a full academisation by 2030.
Jake Daniels’ decision to come out as gay is an historic day for English football, the game’s anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out has said.
Henry Arundell has appeared in a senior England squad for the first time as Eddie Jones picks a 36-strong group with next month’s Barbarians fixture in mind.
SNP MP Stuart McDonald has come first in a ballot for backbenchers to propose their own laws and “make a difference”.
The jury in the trial of the founder of neo-Nazi group National Action (NA), accused of continuing to be a member after the organisation was banned, has been told that a majority verdict would now be acceptable.
Police community support officer Julia James and her husband Paul were so in love that they would call each other three or four times a day, and still felt like they were on honeymoon.
Disgraced politician Neil Parish has not ruled out running against his old colleagues in the Tory party in the by-election triggered by his resignation for watching pornography in Parliament.
Crystal Palace attacker Jesurun Rak-Sakyi has talked up the trust Patrick Vieira has in the club’s youth and revealed his determination to impress the Eagles boss before the season ends later this month.
Thomas De Gendt won stage eight of the Giro d’Italia as Guillaume Martin used a breakaway to vault his way up to fourth in the overall standings.
A university is “in discussions” about opening a campus in Redbridge with more details to be announced soon, the council’s deputy leader has said. Deputy leader Kam Rai spoke to the Local Democracy Re
Transport for London has apologised after a journalist said he was racially profiled by a ticket inspector at a station in east London.
A man has denied assaulting Sir Iain Duncan Smith by putting a traffic cone on the former Tory party leader’s head.