Ever since Malcolm Allison declared that his club would now hurl themselves on “the cowards of Europe” and promptly got himself knocked out in the first round by Fenerbahce, the European Cup has cast its shadow over Manchester City.
Turkish side leave Turin with 2-2 draw after late goal
The fiasco of Florence has left Sky and their sometime leader at a critical crossroads
Huge wooden warship dubbed the Norse 'weapon of mass destruction' at the centre of new exhibition dispelling 'fluffy bunny' scholarship on Vikings
A look around the rest of the action in Europe
Finnair passengers flying today on Finland's AY666 to Helsinki have been boarding the flight to HEL on 13 Friday, but appear unfazed by superstitions.
The bucolic county of Midsomer has witnessed more than its fair share of gruesome murders.
'Hannibal Lecter is the happiest man I've played'
Direct communication between the superpowers was never established with a direct, dedicated phone line, it has emerged.
The artist will play dates in Glasgow, Blackpool and London
London-based Irish designer Orla Kiely began her career in fashion, but has since become a legend within the interior circle. Her quirky and recognisable prints have featured on various objects from kitchenware and lamps to cars and wallpaper. Her pop-up shops at John Lewis are open until 16 June.
For all the Nobel prizes and predictions of global apocalypse and preaching to the converted, climate change remains a niche issue
'It was the appellant's obligation to understand the conditions of bail and ensure they were adhered to'
'The Cobra' is a friend of the Dane but is spitting mad after Groves and Cleverly helped him out
Kierkegaard's work encompasses, philosophy, psychology, literary criticism, fiction and theology
'Put me in ski trousers, and I'm happy'