As Wayne Rooney faces accusations of diving, former winger Trevor Sinclair and ex-striker Gordon Watson debate the issue.
Brentford confirm boss Mark Warburton, assistant David Weir and sporting director Frank McParland will leave in May.
The Home Office wins its appeal against an order to pay £224m to a US defence firm over the cancellation of a secure borders contract.
Campaigners against proposals to turn digital station BBC Three into an online-only channel deliver a petition to the BBC Trust.
Israel's financial watchdog says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu improperly used state funds for his family, following complaints by the opposition.
Scotland's Health Secretary Shona Robison demands an apology from the Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy, claiming he misrepresented NHS figures.
Britain's double Olympic champion Laura Trott is targeting two gold medals at this month's Track World Championships.
A federal judge in Texas has blocked presidential executive action on immigration that would spare as as many as five million people from deportation
Multiple explosions and gunfire have hit an opposition rally in southern Nigeria ahead of next month's presidential and parliamentary elections, reports say.
Brooklands in Surrey, the birthplace of British motor racing, is to get a multi-million pound facelift to help restore it to its former glory.
Detectives are trying to trace a woman who grabbed at a toddler in a central London shop
David Cameron voices his "strong support" for the expansion of grammar schools during a visit to the South East.
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A 24-year-old woman who nearly drowned during a school swimming lesson when she was 10 years old wins a damages battle at the High Court.
The Ucas university admissions system is changing its rules to allow UK students to apply to European universities.
Statistics for waiting times in the A&E departments of Scotland's hospitals are to be published weekly, the Scottish government announces.
Bombardier is planning to cut 130 jobs from its agency and contract workforce in Belfast.
Liverpool's Lazar Markovic is given a four-match European ban for his red card against Basel in December.
The trial of a Pakistani man alleged to have taken part in an al-Qaeda plot to carry out bomb attacks in Manchester and New York in 2009 has opened.
A council faces a 'concerning' overspend of £9m in this financial year.