Godolphin threw down the gauntlet on the opening of day of the Dubai Carnival with two runners who recently emerged from a six-month ban resulting from the Mahmood al-Zarooni steroid scandal – and were instantly rewarded in Round One of the appropriately named Al-Maktoum Challenge, but with a filly beyond reproach in Shuruq.
Probe finds “inappropriate collaboration” between bosses in the insurers Irish busines
Both are retailers keen to offer top-end, high-quality clothing at affordable prices to affluent and aspiring shoppers.
Shock profit warning sent shares crashing more than 30 per cent
Brendan Rodgers was on Friday night charged by the Football Association for questioning the integrity of referee Lee Mason.
Shareholders to scoop special dividends, meaning £3m a year for chief Wolfson
Mrs Brown's Boys might have won the Christmas Day ratings battle, but it didn't tackle bedroom tax, ATOS, workfare and Scottish Independence
The Environment Agency has issued a set of severe flood warnings, the highest category
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Wouldn't Christmas be better if it came around once every four years?
Search giant rings in the New Year with dancing cartoon of numbers
Old luvvies act with gay abandon in a classic festive sitcom
Calling sailing elitist is a misconception Of course all sports at the highest level are expensive to compete; it costs a fortune to win the Tour de France. But in terms of grass-roots level, it's relatively inexpensive; you don't need your own dinghy, and at my local club in Lymington, local school pupils can sail for a fiver – that's comparable to any other sport.
In fairness to Snowden, the Queen has been giving Christmas messages for a long time
There’s no use ‘fighting through the hordes’ only to suffer the ignominy of having your card declined in front of other dead-eyed bargain-hunting animals
Mignolet was only able to palm Alvaro Negredo's shot into the air and look on as it trickled into the back of the net