The Manchester United youngster has sparked a debate about eligibility
Former England captain expressed his concerns via his official Twitter account to criticise those on the task force apart from Glenn Hoddle
Should faith schools be allowed to ghettoise children in the first place?
Wilshere has become involved in an exchange of words with England batsman Kevin Pietersen, but Wenger supports his views that England should have an English manager as well as English players
The rules and regulations behind the exciting youngster being picked for England
The week in books
A town in central Germany plans to strip Adolf Hitler of his honorary citizenship, 68 years after the Nazi leader's death.
The Wallabies leading try scorer told Ahmed to 'go home' if he didn't want to wear the team's sponsor, leading to a strong response from Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland
Campaign group says figures compiled for first time show potential impact on 2015 general elections from a legal 'hangover from the days of Empire'
Libertarians might run a mile, but radical steps are needed
Escapee is prepare to risk execution to expose South Korean discrimination
Friends of Tamerlan reveal that he read right-wing literature and disapproved of his younger brother's 'party lifestyle'
Wear, what, why, when?
Five people were injured and six arrested during a protest over enforcement of France's ban on Islamic face veils.
A US citizen has been sentenced to a decade behind bars for lying about her role in the genocide that killed more than 500,000 people in her native Rwanda.
Boris Johnson put himself at odds with the Conservative leadership today as he backed giving an amnesty to illegal immigrants who have been in Britain for 12 years.