Conor O’Shea believes Harlequins can clinch a remarkable comeback and qualify for the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup after earning their second successive victory over big-spending Racing Metro.
The ambitious plans are part of club chairman Tony Fernandes's long-term vision for the club after they admitted their current home Loftus Road had 'no option of expanding'
Jurors told it was 'of regret' when public figures comment about someone involved in a trial
Schemes of French intelligence services reported in Gateway to Terror investigation by HOPE Not Hate
'He's probably the guy who epitomises what it is to be an international open-side flanker,' says England captain
Can officers justify the weapon’s increased use? Jamie Merrill is put in charge for a Met simulation
Deputy chief whip John Randall announced his resignation from Government last night, ahead of an expected ministerial reshuffle by Prime Minister David Cameron.
It was “a fluke” that only one person was killed by a falling tree branch in Kew Gardens last year, an inquest heard today.
London man 'acted on a fetish when he attacked his victims'
Justice Secretary announces major shake-up of the jail system
Arrests for robbery, theft and possession with intent to supply were among those made by officers
After several days of rain and falling temperatures, forecasters said large parts of the country could expect highs of up to 27C (80.6F) and dry weather
At the Rainbow retirement village in France, residents will enjoy something perhaps for the first time: majority status. The development near Montpellier will be the country’s first such home for the lesbian, gay and transgender community.
Forget trawling shops for holidaywear with this new crop of specialist e-tailers, says Emma Akbareian
Sant Kaur Bajwa was also officially the world's second oldest person
The Archbishop of Canterbury declared that he does not want to live in a “monocultural” society as he condemned “unacceptable” and “inexcusable” attacks on Muslims over recent weeks.