Was the Scot's opponent guilty of play-acting at Melbourne? Regardless, Murray panicked
Club legend replaced by Dougie Freedman after just seven months and a run of one win in 11 games
Icy new crime thriller Fortitude tries to tick so many boxes it's 'all cloak and no dagger', say critics
BBC pays £204m for football rights until 2019, but Lineker could moonlight on BT Sport
Stoppard's first play in nine years packed with ideas but 'dramatically a dud', say critics
The Scot's fiancee was caught on camera apparently calling opponent a 'flash f***'
Broadcaster will place reporters inside stadiums next week to save them from fans and practical jokers
Shamed cyclist says he would 'probably' still take drugs if he was racing in the 1990s, but not in 2015
Critics say gripping, worrying documentary Bitter Lake may be too disturbing to be shown on TV?
Chelsea and Man City bit the dust, Aston Villa scored and Phil Neville threatened to 'two-foot' someone
Radio presenter Mark Pougatch to take over presenting duties as Chiles follows Townsend out of the door
Football's governing body lost five backers last year as campaigners call for change at the top
The ECB is has announced a huge programme of money-creation - but what does that actually mean?
Former Wimbledon champ reveals his frustration in message to the media after watching Nadal win
President uses annual address to seal his legacy and urge Republicans to back tax increases for rich
Outcry from MPs as publication of the Iraq war inquiry is delayed until after the general election
Critics cheer 'filthy and very funny' rom-com Catastrophe, which features two singles facing parenthood after a fling
NFL probes 'DeflateGate' after Patriots beat Colts and Seahawks stun the Green Bay Packers
Spare a thought for Heather Watson, struck down by illness days after winning Hobart tournament
Game of Thrones star Menzies charms critics with poverty monologue in luxury hotel suite
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