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- Abuse victims 'want Woolf to quit'Victims' groups are expected to tell child abuse inquiry officials that Fiona Woolf should step down as its head as concerns about her suitability persist.
- 'Do more' to tackle aid corruptionThe UK government is not doing enough to tackle "petty corruption" in countries to which it gives aid, a report by a scrutiny body says.
- Alcohol 'should have calorie labels'Alcohol should have a calorie content label in order to reduce obesity, according to public health doctors.
- Person missing after fireworks blazeOne person remains missing after a major blaze in a Stafford fireworks factory that also leaves two people needing hospital treatment.
- ChildLine seeing more suicidal childrenMore children who have talked about killing themselves are contacting ChildLine for help, the counselling service says.
- Meet the nine richest women in the world...who are collectively worth $114.6billion in personal wealthThe richest woman in the world is Christy Walton of Walmart, with an estimated net worth of $37.9billion.
- Home Office helped rewrite child abuse probe boss's letter 7 times over links to BrittanFiona Woolf - who is investigation allegations of an Establisment cover-up during 1980s - made several changes to a letter she sent to Theresa May about possible conflicts of interest.
- The clean-living pioneers: Group of 25 men beat killer diseases in radical 35-year experiment Taking regular exercise, not smoking, having a healthy bodyweight, eating a good diet and having a low alcohol intake are the steps needed in leading a long and disease-free life, accordi...
- British family miss out on dream holiday after United Airlines staff 'loses' passportAlan Raine, from Bishop Auckland, County Durham, said the family of six saved for over a year to pay for the getaway and was left furious - and out of pocket- after check-in staff lost hi...
- Birmingham culpture of 'real' family unveiled by Gillian Wearing, Turner Prize-winning artistGillian Wearing spent four years creating the £100,000 bronze sculpture after inviting residents to nominate families they thought best embody the city.
- Halloween: Spooky Google Doodle celebrates All Hallow's EveThe moving illustration shows an evil witch throwing ingredients into a big, black, bubbling cauldron causing bats, ghosts and an oversized hand to spawn forth
- Court out: Tory MP ducks out of Commons sessions due to second job as barristerStephen Phillips missed two meetings at Parliament this week because he was busy doing his highly-paid second job
- Ed Miliband pledges to end rip-off bus services as part of £30bn devolution dealMiliband wants London-style Oyster cards to cover the whole country's trains, buses and trams in a bid to lower prices
- How to spot a witch: Believers' methods from the 15th to 18th centuryMany trick-or-treaters will take to the streets in pointy hats and fake bodily warts, but how did real-life accusers spot their targets?
- Shrien Dewani trial: Honeymoon murder suspect suffers 'panic attack' outside court as media surround carStanding trial for the murder of wife Anni, the judge requested reporters to "treat the accused with dignity", reports Jane Flanagan from Cape Town
- First lawsuit filed in Malaysia over missing flight MH370Families of passengers sue carrier for failing to deliver father to his destination
- Myanmar president opens unprecedented talks with Aung San Suu KyiBurmese opposition leader and military chief set to meet for first time at unprecedented gathering
- British aid money is funding corruption oversees, damning new report findsMoney invested by the UK Government abroad found to be actively encouraging corrupt practices by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact
- Drive vs Zane Lowe - as it happenedCar crash or vintage ride? Our verdict on the Radio One DJ's rescoring of the cult film soundtrack
- Arsene Wenger and John Terry support Poppy Day with London tube announcementsArsenal manager Arsene Wenger and Chelsea captain John Terry make announcements on the London Underground to mark Poppy Day
- Tim Cook says ‘I’m proud to be gay’Apple chief executive makes announcement on his sexuality to ‘help others’
- BoJ unexpectedly expands easing programmeJapan central bank attributes move to weak demand and lower oil price
- Russia and Ukraine reach gas dealAgreement forestalls potential winter energy crisis for Europe
- Greater Manchester to get new powers‘Metro mayor’ and more say on schools and housing in package
- Australian betting market off to the racesCompetition heating up as foreign players piling in to country’s A$22bn bookmaking industry
- Sales of £1m-plus homes hit 33 a daySALES of homes worth £1million or more hit a staggering average of 33 a day during the first half of this year, research reveals.
- Praising pupils is likely to backfire, a new study revealsLAVISHING praise on pupils is unlikely to help them improve in the classroom, a study claims.
- Drunken mums left babies and fought in streetTWO feckless young mothers had a fight in the street after they got drunk and left their children home alone.
- Britain's fave boogie: Abba’s Dancing Queen wins the floorfiller prizeABBA hit Dancing Queen has been voted the nation’s favourite “floorfiller” – the song guaranteed to get people dancing.
- Poll predicts election wipeout for Scottish Labour as SNP support growsTHE Scottish Labour Party was left reeling last night after suffering a devastating collapse in its popular support that threatens Ed Miliband’s chances of election victory in May.
- Explosion at Stafford fireworks factory leaves four injured and one missingEight fire engines fight blaze while police plan to search scene once flames are out and area made safe One person is missing and at least four others have been injured after an explosio...
- 24 Hours in A&E review a measured, moving series that doesnt mess with the formulaThis emergency department show is wonderful, allowing stories to unfurl naturally and letting people even stroppy madams keep their dignity Twenty-four hours, seven days a week, says the ...
- Top 10 budget hotels and B&Bs in Mexico CityMexico Citys hotels are as characterful as the place itself. From boutique B&Bs to palaces with old-school charm, theres much to explore without busting your budget Opened in 1907, this ...
- Put calorie labels on beer, wine and spirits, say public health expertsAlcoholic drinks are fuelling obesity epidemic and most have no idea how many calories their drinks contain Beer, wine and spirits are fuelling the obesity epidemic and should be labelled...
- MH370 passenger's family sue Malaysia Airlines and governmentLawyers claim negligence in disappearance of Jee Jing Hang, one of 239 people on board plane when it vanished A Malaysian family is suing the countrys government and Malaysia Airlines fo...
- RSS Feed Moving (scotsman.com)We are about to release our new site with a new look, feel and structure. Part of this release will involve the creation of new RSS feeds and the decommissioning of the current ones. Plea...
- The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossipIn today's Rumour Mill: All the build-up to tonight's big match in Spain; Craig Brown linked with Northern Ireland vacancy; Rangers finance boss quits; plus the rest o
- Scottish Business Briefing - Tuesday 11 October, 2011WELCOME to scotsman.com's Scottish Business Briefing. Every morning we bring you a comprehensive round-up of all news affecting business in Scotland today.
- 'My views unwelcome north of the border', says PGA chief Sandy JonesSANDY Jones, the chief executive of the PGA, has said he feels his opinions on Scottish golf are unwelcome in certain quarters and claimed the skills within his organisation a
- Interview: Lee McConnell, athleteWITH the Olympic Games now almost within touching distance, the next year is mapped out for Lee McConnell, as it is for every other athlete who hopes to be in the Great Britai
- Retail banking comes to rescue as Barclays braces for £500m penaltyThe retail arm of Barclays has roared back, giving the bank a much-needed shot in the arm as it admitted that it could face £500m in fines and payments for its role in the alleged riggin...
- Property prices ‘lose momentum’ after summer of recordsAnnual house price growth slowed for the second month in a row in October, according to Nationwide building society, in the latest sign the market has lost momentum.
- Alstom director in court after SFO bribery probeA former managing director at the industrial giant Alstom will appear in court on Monday accused of bribing Indian transport officials to win lucrative contracts.
- Shell defies oil’s fall to boost profit as new chairman is announcedShell reported soaring profits in the face of falling oil prices yesterday as it appointed Charles “Chad” Holliday as its new chairman.
- Market Report: Imagination Technologies' dream is 'turning into a nightmare'For Imagination Technologies, the “dream is turning into a nightmare”. That’s the verdict of Numis, which sent shares in the microchip designer tumbling yesterday as it downgraded it to ...
- The world’s longest Hula Hoop costs the world’s poorest decision maker £712hulahoopjackblocker89hulahoophulacost Someone who is either extremely rich or extremely foolish purchased it for £712. hulacost
- Guy wears best T-shirt ever for police mugshotjailolliemcateerIrony (Picture: Lee County Sheriff's Department) He did not pass Go, and did not collect $200. JAIL1
- Watch what happens when a man walks for 10 hours around the streets of NYCcatcalljackblocker89 What if a white male, with all the privileges afforded to him by his race and gender, were to walk the streets like Shoshana?
- It’s almost Halloween, so how about a squirrel carving a pumpkin?pumpkinjackblocker89 Who knows how they made the animal chew only the sections that would render a passable face.
- The two worst names to have when ordering a coffee at StarbucksAY_13760073.jpgolliemcateer(Picture: File)Here's your coffee, Kurt (Picture: imgur.com) Recently their little green and white cups of happiness have been offending people. kurt
- October 31: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVECOME and join us as we look through all the day's top stories from the world of news, sport, entertainment and lifestyle, while getting in the Halloween spirit.
- Children's home worker arrested after making Nazi salute amid scenes of violence in Glasgow in wake of referendum voteDARRAN Murray - who can be seen in our pictures making a Nazi salute - was caught on video with a bottle of Buckfast, shouting obscenities to TV cameras and singing pro-Union songs.
- Celtic launch appeal after Aleksandar Tonev is handed seven-game ban for racially abusing Aberdeen's Shay LoganTHE Parkhead club have vowed to clear Tonev's name after the SFA found him guilty of "using abusive language of a racist nature' towards the Aberdeen defender.
- Rangers Supporters Trust set to take on Mike Ashley at his own merchandising game as they form firm to promote fanwear rangeTHE RST formed a company, Flesher Haugh, to promote a range of fanwear - with all profits raised being used to buy shares and give fans more say in the running of their club.
- Furious Simon Cowell orders extra X Factor elimination this weekend as a 'wake up call' to contestantsThere will now be an eviction on Saturday night as well as Sunday this weekend in what the X Factor judge called a "wake up call" to the contestants.
- Reeva's mum says justice has NOT been doneREEVA Steenkamp’s mum has slammed the soft jail term handed to killer Oscar Pistorius.
- Labour losing worker voters to UkipA TOP Labour MP has warned Ed Miliband he is losing working class voters to Ukip.
- Brit nurse that survived Ebola returns to Sierra LeoneA BRITISH nurse who survived deadly Ebola was yesterday back on the frontline in the battle against the killer virus.
- Easy royals: Kate Middleton's family slum itKATE Middleton’s family snubbed the royal lifestyle to slum it with EasyJet yesterday.
- Rochdale taxi Firm: You can book white driverA TAXI firm in a town rocked by Britain’s biggest Asian sex gang scandal has sparked a row by offering customers white drivers on demand.
- Ten-man Swansea defeat LaticsGylfi Sigurdsson struck either side of the interval to secure a deserved 2-0 victory for 10-man Swansea at the Premier League basement boys Wigan.
- Dunn snatches point for RoversDavid Dunn earned Blackburn a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a headed equaliser five minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at Ewood Park.
- City stretch leadMario Balotelli again took centre stage as Manchester City saw off Bolton 2-0 to move five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
- Baggies pile pressure on AVBWest Brom defender Gareth McAuley increased the pressure on Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas with a late winner in the 1-0 Barclays Premier League clash at the Hawthorns.
- Van Persie bags brace at LiverpoolLiverpool paid for missing a penalty and hitting the post twice as Arsenal's Robin van Persie scored twice to snatch a late 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.
- Birmingham's Bar Risa Ebola party: MP condemns 'bad-taste' Halloween stuntKhalid Mahmood says killer disease 'not something to laugh about'
- Birmingham criminals using 19th Century firearms according to weapons expertsThe rise in the use of antique weapons has been revealed by the National Ballistic Intelligence Service (NABIS)
- Peaky Blinders review: Series 2 Episode 5Viewers and fans who love the violence in this TV series had plenty to get excited about at the start of this episode, which was full of vicious fighting.
- Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi: I'd love to write music for Peaky BlindersBirmingham rock superstar is already writing for US cop show CSI
- Halloween: How to get the zombie look in five easy stepsMail reporter Kelly McLaughlin joins the living dead for spooky fright night
- War memorials: Bringing it homeHelmand comes to Staffordshire REMEMBRANCE DAY, the annual commemoration of Britain’s war dead on November 11th, will be especially poignant this year for two reasons. Britons will mark ...
- Austerity and the law: Justice in a cold climateSIR JAMES MATHEW, an Irish judge at the turn of the 20th century, is said to have quipped that justice in England is open to all, “like the Ritz Hotel”. Some worry that it is going that ...
- The fitness industry: It works out cheaperBulk discount GETTING out of a pricey monthly gym membership has traditionally been as hard as squeezing into lycra after the Christmas break.But at Fitness4Less, a low-cost gym in east ...
- Housing: Nimble oppositionON A road called Glyders, in Benfleet, east of London, it looks as though every house is on the market. But the crucial words “for sale” are missing from the estate agents’ signs, and ha...
- Data-driven cities: City slickerWAITING for a bus on a drizzly winter morning is miserable. But for London commuters Citymapper, an app, makes it a little more bearable. Users enter their destination into a search box ...
Wall Street Journal
- RBS Sets Aside $640 Million to Cover Forex ProbesRoyal Bank of Scotland said it set aside $640 million to cover potential fines for the alleged manipulation of foreign-exchange rates, as the British bank swung to a third-quarter net pro...
- BOJ Unexpectedly Eases PolicyThe Bank of Japan on Friday unexpectedly announced additional stimulus measures, bolstering its asset purchases for the first time in over a year and a half, as its 2% inflation target lo...
- Turkey's Influence in Middle East EbbsAnalysis: Ankara’s regional influence has sunk to a low point. Ambitious policies have alienated Turkey from much of the region.image
- BNP Paribas Lifts ProfitFrench bank BNP Paribas reported an 11% jump in third-quarter net profit, buoyed by its investment banking business.image
- WPP Sales Lifted by Media BuyingWPP stuck to its full-year sales and profit margin goal even as the advertising giant warned that companies remain cautious with their advertising spending amid concerns over heightened g...
- Everton make record £28.2m profitEverton make a club-record profit of £28.2m for the year ending 31 May 2014, their latest accounts reveal.
- Grant urges action over gender gapSports Minister Helen Grant tells the inaugural Transforming Sport conference there is work to do to improve female participation.
- Hamilton critical of double pointsLewis Hamilton says it would "suck" if he lost the world title as a result of the controversial final-race double points rule.
- Murray seals World Tour Finals placeAndy Murray books his place at the World Tour Finals with an emphatic victory over Grigor Dimitrov at the Paris Masters.
- F1 needs to address costs - FIACaterham and Marussia's financial problems highlight the need to cut costs in Formula 1, according to governing body the FIA.
- Arsenal sweating on Gibbs fitnessArsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said the club will find out on Friday whether Kieran Gibbs' hip injury will keep him out of the weekend's home meeting with bottom of the table Burnley
- Federer cruises as Djokovic sets up Murray tieRoger Federer maintained pressure on Novak Djokovic in the race for world No.1 status after a 6-4 6-4 win against Lucas Pouille earned him a place in the last eight at the Paris Masters, ...
- I needed to leave Chelsea to feel important, says TorresFernando Torres has said he was under no pressure to leave Chelsea last summer and stressed he made a loan move to AC Milan because he "needed to feel important" following his troubled sp...
- Celtic to appeal Tonev's seven-match banCeltic have backed Aleksandar Tonev after the winger was suspended for seven matches for using "offensive, insulting and abusive language of a racist nature'' against Aberdeen defender Sh...
- City stars must stand up, says HartManchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart says there is no need to panic about his side's form after their winless run was extended to three matches with defeat to Newcastle in the League Cup
- Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Former league boss Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Pienaar ruled outInjury has forced Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar to withdrawn from South Africa's squad due to play international friendlies this week.
- Partizan win marred by crowd troubleSerbian champions Partizan Belgrade came from behind to beat city rivals OFK 3-1 on Sunday, but their success was marred by serious crowd trouble among groups of their own fans.
- Slew set for spell on sidelinesOn-loan Oldham striker Jordan Slew suffered another injury setback during the 1-0 win over Portsmouth. Slew was hurt against Walsall and missed the Stevenage game, returning to parent cl...
- Game of Thrones tour of Dubrovnik is more than just fantasyGet to the heart of the Seven Kingdoms and discover the real King's Landing on this cruise ship excursion with a difference
- Gamescom 2013: Live updates on the news, gameplay footage, trailers and announcements from day threeIt's day three of gamescom 2013 and we have live news and updates coming direct from Cologne, Germany.
- Transfer news LIVE: All of Thursday's gossip, rumours and done deals as they happenWho? What? When? Where? How? Which? All those questions and more (possibly) answered in Thursday's transfer live blog
- Edinburgh TV festival LIVE: Follow GEITF news and live updates, as they happenLet us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below or tweeting us at @MirrorTVNews
- Ricky Gervais plans David Brent film based around hit YouTube series Learn To Play GuitarComedian is planning a David Brent film, album and world tour as he resurrects his most famous small screen character
- Little Mix join forces with Caroline Flack and tell cancer to jog onWHAT a bunch a beauties.
- Myleene Klass does the school run in animal print and heels comboNOT bad for a Monday morning.
- Peaches Geldof plays proud mummy in intimate family picturesTHEY look so content.
- Judge rules in favour of Emma Thompson in Effie court caseEMMA THOMPSON has been given the go-ahead to proceed with a movie about the lives of 19th century poet JOHN RUSKIN, his wife EFFIE GRAY and her lover, painter JOHN EVERETT MILLIAS, after...
- Eva Mendes organised special 'mothers' day' for film researchActress EVA MENDES gathered up all the mums in her life for an intensive 'mothers' day' so she could get a feel for what it's like to be a woman with a kid for her new film THE PLACE AMO...
- Google to pay fine for showing woman's cleavage on Street ViewIn Canada, a judge rejects the defense that once you are doing something in public, you have no right to privacy.
- Samsung Galaxy A5 and A3: Sleek, slim, fully metal (hands-on)Fully embracing the trend of an all-aluminum unibody design, these inaugural A-series phones seal the deal, along with the battery.
- Bethesda confirms Prey 2 cancelledNo longer just in development hell: Pete Hines, VP of Bethesda, has confirmed that the company has officially stopped working on Prey 2.
- All-metal Galaxy A5, A3 break new Samsung ground (pictures)As Samsung's first all-metal phones, the A3 and A5 are worth getting excited about. We go hands-on with both.
- Etsy competitor Minted hopes it has an indie artist for youThe crowdsourced e-commerce site lands $38 million to expand its line of art-inspired printed products to textiles and open storefronts for its artists.
- Thousands denounce HSBC board member's likening of Hong Kong people to freed slavesHONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands have signed an online petition denouncing reported comments by an HSBC Holdings board member in which she likened Hong Kong protesters' demands for democra...
- Kurds' battle for Kobani unites a people divided by bordersARBIL Iraq (Reuters) - Cloaked in Kurdish flags, thousands of people lined the roads to cheer on a military convoy headed for what was -- until recently -- an obscure Syrian border town, ...
- Burkina president rejects opposition calls to step downOUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore said on Thursday he would stay in power at the head of a transitional government until after elections, rejecting oppositi...
- World Bank to cut 500 jobs in some units as part of revampWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank said it plans to cut 500 jobs over the next three years as part of a broad restructuring meant to make it more efficient but that has rattled employe...
- Barclays sets aside 500 million pounds for FX fines as profits riseLONDON (Reuters) - Barclays Plc set aside 500 million pounds ($800 million) in the third quarter to cover potential fines for rigging currency markets, taking the shine off a rise in prof...
- McGills, run by Easdales, saves 120 bus driving jobsA bus company run by two Rangers directors said it has safeguarded jobs at a bus firm which is understood to have ceased trading.
- On This Day in 2006: Discipline first on agenda as John Collins signs three-year deal at HibernianHerald Scotland's sports team trawls through the archives for the very best stories from yesteryear
- Samaras 'not fit enough' for the top level, says IrvineGeorgios Samaras has been told by the West Bromwich Albion manager, Alan Irvine, that he is not fit enough yet to play in the Premier League.
- Ryan Christie in line to return for InvernessJohn Hughes, the Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager, will have impressive youngster Ryan Christie available to face Celtic tomorrow after a one-match suspension.
- Murphy in Labour victory vow as poll predicts a meltdownLabour leadership frontrunner Jim Murphy has pledged to end Labour's losing streak as a poll says the number of MPs in Scotland could be slashed from 41 to four at next year's General Ele...
- Grounds maintenance teams will cut back by not cutting backThe upkeep of private ground by Perth and Kinross Council was this week described as ''ludicrous''.
- Thousands brave cold for Dundee Christmas Light Night 2011The festive season officially arrived in Dundee on Friday as around 25,000 people braved the cold for the switching-on of the Christmas lights.
- 'New' name for Dundee street would be link to medieval pastA long-abandoned medieval street name could soon return to Dundee.
- Lingerie boss Michelle Mone's Carnoustie kitchen all part of her great support for Erskine charityAn Angus couple this week told how Scottish lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone cooked for them in their home — and then did the washing up!
- VIDEO: Gordon Brown contributes to student's football-themed documentaryA Fife university student enrolled the help of the former Prime Minister to make a moving documentary about the Blue Brazil.
- Taste Team reviews: TGI Friday's, St David's Centre, CardiffA taste of a long lost youth was awaiting our reviewer in a city centre chain restaurant
- Swansea City manager Garry Monk backs the club's drive to attract US investmentMonk believes any investment could help take the Liberty Stadium outfit to the next level in British football
- Welsh language 'flaws' in planning bill blasted by Labour council leaderCarmarthenshire leader Kevin Madge has written to Planning Minister Carl Sargeant to voice his concerns over Welsh language provisions
- Cardiff City v Leeds United: History on the side of the Bluebirds as Yorkshire side arrive in Welsh capitalLeeds know they've only once beaten Cardiff City in league action at the home of the Bluebirds
- Live: Wales breaking news, Friday, October 31, 2014The latest live news, sport, traffic, weather, comment and showbiz from Wales
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- Poll: Economy, health care eclipse social issuesDENVER (AP) — A new Associated Press-GfK poll shows voters aren't very interested in traditional wedge issues such as abortion and gay marriage as Election Day approaches.
- Turkish regulator approves Aviva, Sabanci pension unit partial floatISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's capital markets board said late on Thursday it had approved plans by British insurer Aviva Plc and Turkish conglomerate Sabanci Holding to float a stake in t...
- How long until foreign troops fight ISIL?Kurdish Peshmerga troops say that it's time for the world to realise that they can't fight the armed group alone.
- Australia set to pay polluters to cut emissionsIn this file photo, the Hazelwood power station billows smoke from its exhaust stacks in the Latrobe Valley, 150 km east of Melbourne, on August 13, 2009
- Japan shares soar, yen skids after BOJ stuns with new easing stepsBy Lisa Twaronite TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese stocks soared 4.8 percent to their highest close since November 2007 and the yen skidded to near seven-year lows against the dollar on Friday,...
- Popular Teaching Methods May Harm EducationTeaching practices such as lavishing praise on pupils could encourage pupils to feel teachers have low expectations of their work.General Election - Education
- Miliband: Labour Faces 'Tough Fight' In ScotlandTwo new polls suggest Labour faces a general election disaster in Scotland and the party's deputy leader announces he is quitting.Ed Miliband
- One Missing After Blaze At Fireworks FactorySearch and rescue workers are set to explore the SP Fireworks premises after an explosion caused a large fire at the site.Blaze at fireworks factory in Stafford
- Govt Committed To Cameras In Criminal TrialsA year after the first Court of Appeal case was televised in Britain, pressure is growing for permission to film criminal trials.TV coverage in UK courts
- Ebola Crisis: Major DEC Appeal To Fight OutbreakThe appeal for funds is seen as essential to help charities' efforts to stop the disease spreading and support those affected.Disasters Emergency Committee appeal
- QPR to discuss Rio appealQPR manager Harry Redknapp has questioned the length of Rio Ferdinand’s ban by the FA for posting alleged sexist remark on Twitter – and he says the club will discuss whether ...
- Big Sam considers winter breaksWest Ham boss Sam Allardyce is considering enforcing winter breaks to his key players to avoid burnout.
- Muguruza stays unbeatenGarbine Muguruza came from behind to defeat Flavia Pennetta and keep up her unbeaten record in the season-ending WTA Tournament of Champions.
- Djokovic, Federer march onRoger Federer defeated home favourite Lucas Pouille in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters.
- Austin qualy changes confirmedThe FIA have confirmed the revised qualifying format for this weekend's U.S. GP amid the absences of Caterham and Marussia.