The Potters will have to loan out the 21-year-old
Former England striker looks set to stay in the capital
Elections watchdog raises concerns about voter impersonation in Birmingham, the London borough of Tower Hamlets and 14 other areas where there appears to be a higher risk of electoral fraud
The illegal stockpile was destroyed in a landmark move but critics say it is just a fraction of the total
An estimated 31 per cent of schools did not consult parents before using the biometric technology
David Rushmer claims he and his wife are being treated like "political pawns"
During protracted wars in the 1980s and 1990s, the government didn’t have a system in place to register births
For some, austerity Europe is a land of opportunity – castles, islands, citizenship are all up for grabs. But not all the locals are happy
Speaking for the first time since his release, Mikhail Khodorkovsky says he will campaign for fellow inmates in Russia and across the world but will not challenge President Putin’s authority
The humiliating defeat to Australia has prompted talk that this England side is past it and a new crop of players should be given a chance to shine
The school-age daughter of an Olympic official was targeted by rogue private investigators working for Tottenham Hotspur as the football club bid to occupy the new stadium after the 2012 Games.
French officials have fined a pub in Brittany €9,000 for “undeclared labour” after a customer returned some empty glasses to the bar.
Vaudeville Theatre, London
Sean Emmett had been unable to leave the United Arab Emirates for 10 months as police had confiscated his passport following the death of his wife, who fell several floors from a hotel
China has unveiled its new airport terminal to the public, the modern and elegant design of the airport of Shenzhen has been created based on a concept of fluidity and combines two different ideas: the idea of movement and the idea of pause.