James Arthur claims second number one with Say You Won't Let Go
James Arthur has topped the charts with his comeback track.
James Arthur has topped the charts with his comeback track.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis believes the club's latest set of robust financial results, which include cash reserves of some £191million, show they are on course to deliver more major trophies to the Emirates Stadium.
New state services cards aimed at saving the taxpayer money will cost the public purse 60 million euro - more than double what was originally expected.
UK stocks were on a rollercoaster ride on Friday amid speculation over investor confidence in German lender Deutsche Bank.
The Premier League adjourns for an international break next week and several teams will be desperate to head off on a positive note this weekend.
Alabama's chief justice Roy Moore has been suspended for the rest of his term for defying US federal gay marriage rulings.
German police have arrested four men after finding possible bomb-making materials in their car at the border with Austria.
Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose and Open champion Henrik Stenson surrendered their unbeaten record as the United States drew first blood in the 41st Ryder Cup at Hazeltine on Friday.
Fashion chain H&M said third-quarter profits suffered a triple blow from the strong dollar, increased markdowns and unseasonably hot weather.
Midfielder James Ward-Prowse believes Southampton can head to Premier League champions Leicester full of confidence.
A 36-year-old man has been arrested by detectives investigating an axe murder in Belfast nearly three years ago.
The director of Billy Elliot The Musical has paid tribute to former star Ann Emery following her death aged 86.
Aidan O'Brien's Found has been handed stall 12 in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly on Sunday.
Barry Geraghty hopes to return to action in about a week's time after delaying his comeback.
Road To Riches bids to get his career back on track in the PWC Champion Chase at Gowran Park on Saturday.
Watford manager Walter Mazzarri does not expect Bournemouth opposite number Eddie Howe to be distracted this weekend by rumours linking him with the England job.
Sunderland boss David Moyes has called for greater transparency in football's transfer market to avoid a repeat of the allegations which have engulfed the game this week.
Mauricio Pochettino admits Tottenham cannot afford to let Manchester City pull any further ahead at the top of the Premier League table.
A team of explorers say they have discovered the world's deepest underwater cave, at least 1,325ft down, near the eastern Czech town of Hranice.
The writer of the reborn Wonder Woman comic has revealed that the character is gay.
The South Korean football league has deducted nine points from top side Jeonbuk Hyundai after one of the club's employees was convicted of bribing referees in 2013.
The Bulgarian parliament has approved a law banning women from wearing veils that cover their faces in public.
German police say a 22-year-old woman is in custody after they found a case in her apartment which had a living baby girl inside along with the skeleton of a second infant.
Pep Guardiola has hailed Mauricio Pochettino as one of the best managers in the world ahead of Manchester City's Premier League trip to Tottenham on Sunday.
A Labour MP has demanded Momentum vice-chairwoman Jackie Walker be permanently expelled from the Labour Party over comments he branded "discriminatory, provocative and offensive".
Chic, cowboy and casual - the Duchess of Cambridge has proved she can pull off a host of styles as she nears the end of her tour of Canada.
Workers at Scottish ferry operator CalMac are to be urged by their union to accept a revised pay offer.
Edinburgh lock Fraser McKenzie has been handed a two-week ban after being found guilty of dangerous play during last week's defeat to Munster.
Worcester captain GJ van Velze is to take an extended break in order to recover from concussion.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insists he is happy with Jamie Vardy's pre-match port as long as he continues to leave teams punch drunk.
Fuel laundering and smuggling by ex-IRA gangs and border criminals in Ireland has been virtually wiped out, the taxman has claimed.
A 24-hour strike on Virgin Trains East Coast is to go ahead after talks failed to resolve a dispute over jobs and conditions.
One of Britain's largest car manufacturers has been urged to continue investing after it said delays in Brexit negotiations could have a negative impact.
Peter O'Mahony has handed Ireland a big autumn internationals boost by finally recovering from his year-long knee ligament injury.
Head coach Antonio Conte says there is no magic solution to Chelsea's troubles.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has described links to the England job as an "unwelcome" distraction as he attempts to focus on Bournemouth's Premier League clash with Watford on Saturday.
Laurie Fisher has urged Gloucester to "treasure the ball" in Saturday's Aviva Premiership west country derby against Bath at Kingsholm.
Police are still waiting to be given the power to issue fines to people smoking in cars with children a year after the crackdown was launched, according to the organisation that represents rank-and-file officers.
A professional rugby league player has been spared jail for assaulting an anti-doping officer who called at his home to carry out a random drugs test.
Jurgen Klopp could see himself ending his managerial career with Liverpool and expects that to be in the next decade.
Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin believes Jurgen Klopp's television appearance in which he talked tactics would never happen in his native Italy.
Arsene Wenger was keen to look ahead as his 20th anniversary as Arsenal manager was toasted ahead of their Premier League trip to Burnley on Sunday.
Danny Cipriani must oust George Ford and Owen Farrell to reignite his England career.
Films exploring corporate greed, London's sex slave industry and the rights of transgender children are among the winners at this year's Raindance Film Festival.
Actor Tom Hanks took a break from a jog around New York to surprise a couple on their wedding day.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche expects interest in Michael Keane to continue but insists the defender is not for sale.
Tesco is set to reveal its third consecutive quarter of rising sales next week as the supermarket continues its fight-back amid a fierce price war.
Hollywood actress Anna Kendrick has said she is glad the recent Great British Bake Off drama turned presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins into "folk heroes".
Part of Mountjoy Prison is being considered as a new home for some of the country's most vulnerable and ill older prisoners, it has been revealed.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes insists the individuals at the centre of the Daily Telegraph's corruption investigation must be named in order to avoid all football bosses being "guilty by association".