Ex-Premier League manager Harry Redknapp says his players bet on the result of one of their matches, the Daily Telegraph claims.
The vice-chairwoman of pro-Corbyn group Momentum has been suspended by the Labour Party over controversial comments she made at a party training event, it is reported.
Britain could quit the EU well within the two-year time limit laid down by Article 50 , Conservative former ministers tell Theresa May - but the PM urges patience for "the right deal".
Budget airline Monarch receives a temporary extension to its licence to sell package holidays and says it has secured "significant" new investment from shareholders.
A company paid millions of pounds by the troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust in controversial circumstances gives notice to pull out of a new contract.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take to the water in a canoe during the penultimate day of their Canadian tour.
Veteran broadcaster Desmond Carrington announces he is leaving BBC Radio 2, bringing a 70-year broadcasting career to a close.
A couple from London are inundated with responses to their advert looking for help caring for their elderly grandmother in return for free accommodation in the capital.
The former X Factor winner speaks openly about his battle with anxiety and how his career rose, fell and has risen again.
The United States whitewash Europe in the opening foursomes to take a 4-0 lead on the first morning of the Ryder Cup.
London commuters attempt to prove they are insular and unfriendly by wearing badges discouraging fellow passengers from talking to them.
As market research shows that women of all ages prefer flat shoes, it raises the question whether high heels have fallen out of fashion in favour of trainers and flats.
Caroline Aherne’s brother has told BBC Radio 5 live’s Emma Barnett that he thought his sister would survive cancer.
The search for missing toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos is temporarily halted because of a dispute over archaeological remains.
Figures show that for the first time, UK women bought more trainers than heels in 2016.
Pinewood Studios, which opened its gates in 1936 to compete with Hollywood, is celebrating 80 years of filmmaking.
Victoria Derbyshire presenter Joanna Gosling speaks to Karl Price, a former drug user who has been saved from dying of an overdose by naloxone on three occasions.
Professor Monica Grady of the Open University gives her reaction to the Rosetta probe crash landing into the comet it has been studying for two years.
Where now for British scientists and plans to explore the galaxy?
A heroin overdose antidote kit has saved hundreds of lives since a change in UK law one year ago - but does it make heroin users feel it is safer to use the drug?