The horse in question is back in work today, unharmed
Premier League club vow to ban supporters who caused trouble after Sunderland match
The post-mortem of a young filmmaker who died while making a documentary on homelessness has come back inconclusive, an inquest heard today.
The Wigan player will not be punished for challenge on Massadio Haidara
The Newcastle United striker Nile Ranger was today arrested on suspicion of rape.
Manchester City defender was accused following altercation with fans
A convicted killer who escaped from a treatment centre was found last night after he was recognised by a member of the public.
Police probe Manchester City's Serbian defender after apparent row with fan brandishing an Albanian flag
PFA chairman and Kick It Out ambassador Clarke Carlisle hopes the decision of some players not to wear anti-racism t-shirts will prompt discussions rather than punishments.
A 29-year-old man has been charged with criminal damage at Newcastle United's stadium after its old name was painted on a wall.
Two teenage friends who racially abused Newcastle United footballer Sammy Ameobi on Twitter have been given final warnings by police, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.
Police are investigating reports that Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi has been targeted by racists in an internet hate campaign.
Begum Nusrat Bhutto was the wife of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1973 and 1977. She suffered not only his loss, when he was hanged in April 1979 by General Zia ul Haq, but the early deaths of both her sons and of her daughter Benazir, leaving only one child, a daughter, to survive her. The beautiful Iranian-born matriarch became a focus for Bhutto's supporters during his trial and after, and petitioned the country's Supreme Court against the imposition of martial law, but lived to see her children and grandchildren bitterly divided.
Police refuse to rule out homophobia as motive for brutal killing of man in Ayrshire
Residents finally leave Dale Farm but fear they will be 'back by the side of the road'
Patrick Cockburn witnesses a nation – from youth and unions to middle classes – unite in strikes against cuts