Once again politics overshadows sport as smaller teams accuse F1 bosses of trying to force them out
After disappointing sales for its predecessor, critics say Advanced Warfare will be a huge hit
After 13 years and nearly $4bn, the tallest and 'safest' skyscraper in America is finally occupied
The Sputnik inspired emblem has 'magic windows' - but not everyone is impressed
QPR defender's punishment sends a message about FA's attitude towards Twitter, but not sexism
Is this what you'd get if work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith ran Alton Towers?
West End venue accused of 'trivialising' thousands of deaths with 'reprehensible' charity event
The Queen makes history by tweeting about the opening of an exhibition at the Science Museum
Italian striker has been accused of 'threatening' a woman whose daughter was taking pictures of his Ferrari
Reviewers praise Google Inbox for its 'clever ideas' but some find the new app simply 'overwhelming'
Farage befriends Polish far-right group who call black people n*****s and believe women shouldn't vote
Revised version of Fergie's memoir appears designed to preserve his reputation say critics
Mike Read has recorded a Ukip-themed calypso sung in a fake-Caribbean accent – and Twitter has responded
New lists in US and Canada include words such as selfie – but players say it 'disrepects' the game
Wenger gets shirty after Emirates draw that leaves Gunners with half as many points as Chelsea
'If he has a plan, we back him, if he doesn't have a plan, we keep quiet,' admits Gunners chairman
Welfare minister criticised for 'offensive' comments – but others argue they were 'motivated by compassion'
With its Nexus 6 phone, Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus Player set-top box, Google is taking on Apple TV and Amazon
The Narrow Road to the Deep North wins £50,000 Booker prize for Richard Flanagan
Ireland and Scotland hold Germany and Poland away from home to set up Group D showdown
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