The great Brazilian driver would certainly have approved of the planned ban on refuelling which begins next season
The on-off saga of last summer should be resolved a lot quicker as Aston Villa will accept midfielder’s demands for Champions League football
Mancunian is left down and out cold after brutal onslaught from the world’s best fighter in a savagely one-sided contest in Las Vegas
Gunners ensure the Big Four remain on top as West Brom inch closer to the drop, and the race for Europa League places hots up
Veteran Ryan Giggs sends the Champions six points clear with opening goal on his 801st appearance as Boro inch closer to relegation
Non-fiction: R.W. Johnson offers a ripping audit of post-apartheid South Africa
Kate and Gerry McCann release picture of how their missing daughter might look aged six
Should we make our young people work for a year in the military or a civil scheme?
Novel of the week: A classic Indian book from 1962 is published for the first time in Britain
Non-Fiction: Stuart Maconie creates a time capsule of Middle England as it is now
With living standards rapidly rising, late-Seventies Britain was a great place to live. Thatcher ruined it
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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