Wigan 16 Hull 0
Iain Thornley and Sam Tomkins run in tries but dour final fails to live up to the ‘best ever’ clash between these two sides at Wembley back in 1985
The attack was the second on the Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre in just three days
Worshipers had been inside, apparently discussing how to thank neighbours their recent support
Lord Prescott has accused the press of giving him a worse “kicking” than any other candidate in the police and crime commissioner elections.
A dismal turnout tainted the first ever police commissioner elections as voters shunned the major political parties in favour of independent candidates – and handed a humiliating defeat to Lord Prescott.
Voters barely darkened the doors of polling stations in many parts of England and Wales today as the Government’s handling of the first elections to the post of police and crime commissioner was branded a “comedy of errors”.
Officers searching for a missing 14-year-old girl have found a body.
The ex-Deputy Prime Minister is back on the hustings again, but party politics are far from his mind. By Oliver Wright
At 73, John Prescott isn't mellowing. He tells Oliver Wright how the press is devious, that the Met is 'questionable', and why he's taking a shot at becoming a police commissioner
Former Deputy Prime Minister to stand for police commissioner in Humberside
England will "go to war" on Saturday, with their hearts and their poppies on their sleeves and the extra inspiration of the Hull factor.
After winning a Dream Team place the Australian takes on Sean Long in Humberside's eagerly-awaited play-off
Publicity director accused of plot to unseat far-right party's leader
Cost soars by 43 per cent and is now highest during the university years
They were dancing in the streets of Bolton yesterday. The icy pavments were suddenly covered with gold, bluebirds swooped over Doffcocker Lodge and lambs gambolled on the moors. Welcome to a town in mourning for its football manager.