From beating Brazil at the World Cup and being ranked second in the world to missing nine consecutive tournaments, is the Norwegian job too much for even miracle man Lagerback?
'What works in the Nordic countries is a sense of community and understanding in the common good'
Green MP Caroline Lucas has repeatedly called for UK banks to stop funding the project
'Recreational and cultural' killings will be allowed if the law passes
Follows Norway's prime minister Erna Solberg playing Pokémon Go during a parliamentary debate
With a brutal winter that sees no sunshine for four months, no wonder the residents of Svalbard drink more booze than anywhere else in Norway
Norwegian EEA and EU minister says Oslo is also conducting bilateral political dialogue with London
Prime Minister Erna Solberg says 'a joint effort is particularly important' in the face of pro-life pressure
‘Love is this ever-changing thing, sometimes you grow out of it, sometimes into it. It’s the most fascinating thing. And the one thing that everyone keeps looking for, longing for, as one of the key essences in life’
'It is a gift from the heart of the Norwegians to Finland so we don’t expect anything back; we just want to give them something really nice when they celebrate 100 years as a free nation'
More than 300 people expressed an interest in the loans within a week, bank says
The single market was a significant achievement of Margaret Thatcher’s government in the 1980s – something that the sponge of amnesia has apparently wiped from the minds of her former acolytes such as Iain Duncan Smith and John Redwood
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called it 'appalling' crime, but nearly two years on, no one has been arrested
Oslo will roll out a digital-only service over the course of the year in a bid to save 200 million krone (£19 million) a year
Critics say government is moving too fast
Breivik makes gesture at start of appeal case at makeshift court in Skien