The number of high-stakes machines is limited to four in each betting shop, but Labour claims bookmakers have got round the rule by opening more branches – often in deprived areas
A less doggish approach works well for the Labour leader. Let's hope he sticks with it
Cult sitcom This Is Jinsy has attracted TV's biggest names. Gerard Gilbert visits the surreal show's creators on set
Annie Power, unbeaten in eight starts, goes on trial at Cheltenham on Wednesday in the Dornan Engineering Hurdle, but nobody seems really sure which Festival race she is on trial for.
Conventional racing wisdom has it that speed, rather than an abundance of stamina, is the most important attribute in a potential King George VI Chase winner, hence the proliferation of specialists over shorter distances than three miles lining up at Kempton on Boxing Day.
The retired spin bowler appeared to be taking a swipe at the team he leaves behind in Australia
The world’s biggest lottery saw millions in the cash-strapped country hoping for a big win
Final of the BBC1 dance contest pulled in its lowest ratings for a final for four years
Jackpot ticket sales mean Mega Millions could beat the current record of $656m
Game’s rulers must tackle a problem that dwarfs doping and hooliganism
The New One, part of a new wave of top-class young hurdlers threatening to swamp the reigning champion, Hurricane Fly, at the Cheltenham Festival next March, will have his credentials properly examined by a high-class yardstick, Zarkandar, in today’s International Hurdle.
More than 700 primary schools have failed to reach minimum government standards in the three Rs
Talks called after six people were arrested during the investigation
Is all well inside North Korea?
Ed Balls insisted on Sunday he “couldn’t give a toss” about speculation he could be ousted as shadow Chancellor.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) confirmed it was examining claims passed to it by the Sun on Sunday