Sport Juan Mata (right) and David Moyes arrive at Carrington training complex on Monday

United have already made the biggest splash in the transfer market with the signing of Juan Mata for £37.1m

Djokovic also likes fairytale endings

Wimbledon 2013: Fairytales can have sad endings, says Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray's opponent loves the stuff of romances but today he aims to rewrite the Scot's dream storyline

Andy Murray

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray keeps nerve after furious row over roof closure

Andy Murray reached his second successive Wimbledon final but only after a furious on-court row with an All England Club official as his semi-final against Jerzy Janowicz was suspended because of bad light.

234 disabled workers' jobs at risk as more Remploy factories face closure

Around 234 disabled workers are at risk of redundancy as nine further Remploy factories face closure, the Government announced today.

Jack Crompton

Manchester United confirm death of former player Jack Crompton

Crompton made 212 appearances and won the FA Cup and League title

Summer could be on the way for the south of England

Summer finally arrives as weather improves, for south of England at least

Heatwave could be on way in the south - but Scotland and the north should keep umbrellas handy

A report claims Scotland would lose its six-day postal service

Scotland split 'threatens to raise mobile and post costs'

With 444 days to go before a referendum, the coalition steps up pressure against independence

Bill Clinton urges Scottish parties to listen to each other instead of 'tearing the place apart'

Former US president offers advice to help both sides of the Scottish independence debate get along

A protester throws a bottle of coke at a UKIP activist accompanying party leader Nigel Farage into a pub in Aberdeen

'There's something quite unpleasant going on': Nigel Farage confronted for second time on visit to Scotland ahead of Donside by-election

Protester sprays Ukip leader with fizzy drink in Aberdeen a month after he was forced to take refuge in a Glasgow pub

Corstorphine Hill murder: Crimewatch to show Edinburgh dismembered body parts case

The murder of a woman whose dismembered remains were found in a shallow grave will feature on BBC's Crimewatch Roadshow programme.

Matt Butler: As English as warm beer, as Scots as Douglas Jardine

View From The Sofa: Sport Nation, BBC2
Boks to the wall: Matt Scott and Greig Laidlaw tackle Marcel Coetzee`

Round-up: Scots fall to Springbok comeback after Scott and Dunbar tries

Battling Scotland ran out of steam after leading South Africa 17-6 just after half-time, and finally succumbed to a 30-17 defeat yesterday at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.

Scotland: Fraser Brown in line for remarkable first cap

Scotland’s injury jinx shows no sign of going away as they embark on Mission Impossible against South Africa.

Undertakers in Inverness saw

Alarm at mortuary in Inverness as body shows 'signs of life'

The man had fallen into the sea from the Kessock Bridge

British and Irish Lions 2013: Queensland Reds winger Luke Morahan called into Australia squad

Morahan impressed when playing for the Reds against the tourists at the weekend

Paperback review: The Last Highlander, By Sarah Fraser

Sarah Fraser's rich and readable book tells the story of Lord Lovat, the clan chief who supported Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion against the crown in 1745.

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Wu-Tang Clan and The Sexual Objects offer fans a chance to own the only copies of their latest albums

Smash hit go under the hammer

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A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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