Gilles Bourdouleix was found guilty of 'condoning crimes against humanity' after he was caught on camera making the statement during an altercation with a traveller community
United fan and YouTube presenter Andrew Ryan took to the streets of west London with the aim of duping Blues supporters into discussing transfer talk about players who don't exist
He also described groping behaviour as the 'norm' in the 1970s
The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
The trial of DJ David Lee Travis continues in Southwark Crown Court
The presenter bravely decided to "break the taboo about abuse" and waive her right to anonymity during an interview with Radio 5 Live
The 68-year-old is accused of 13 counts of indecent assault and one of sexual assault between 1976 and 2003
There are still so many people who hold these opinions deep down
Leaked letter talks of 'wider commercialisation' and private funding for radio, while the World News TV service told to swap politics for fashion
Cast and crew offer some hints as to what viewers can expect
Chris Patten is a “busted flush” as chairman of the BBC Trust, the broadcaster’s former director-general Greg Dyke has claimed.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has apologised after he claimed a Canadian reporter was “lurking” around his house, climbing his fences and taking photos of his children.
The Rugby Football Union is not prepared to go to war with its own top-flight clubs in an effort to save the threatened Heineken Cup, but it is ready to explore every other available option in the search for a peace deal that might protect the tournament from the worst excesses of its own stakeholders. The price of failure will be heavy indeed. "It would open up a Pandora's Box for the game across the world," admitted Ian Ritchie, the Twickenham chief executive. No pressure, then.
The pair have not been able to play together as much as they would have liked so far this term
South African government announced that preparations for the funeral of former president Nelson Mandela are in full swing. Mandela's body is being prepared by the Military Health Service of the South African National Defense Force to lie in state at the Union Buildings.Works are also underway at various venues such as the Union Buildings in Pretoria, FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, Mthatha and Qunu in the Eastern Cape, and at ports of entry to prepare for the events related to the State Funeral.
The match will now start at 11pm BST, rather than 2am