'Culture of fear' allowed sexual abuses to continue undetected, concludes Dame Janet Smith
Striker rounds on critics in emphatic fashion as he prepares for fourth game of his Liverpool comeback
Slowest cars to be knocked out one by one, but will it change the way teams operate?
No one expected the Gunners to beat the mighty Barcelona, but that hasn't stopped the criticism
Spanish driver rumoured to be considering his future as he puts his 2016 drive through its paces
Drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen unveil new motor they hope will end title drought
Anger after boxing champion spoke out against same-sex marriage during television show
Freedom 251 goes on sale for the same price as a cup of coffee, but some are sceptical about its claims
Knee injury could be an opportunity rather than a problem for the national team ahead of Euro 2016
Have Old Trafford's bosses hinted at their managerial plans by asking former player to rebuild the youth system?
Snooker star under fire after scoring 146 because the reward for a maximum break was too small for him
Closure of daily and Sunday titles next month puts up to 100 jobs at risk in a 'bad day for journalism'
African nation has two months to provide funding and show it is tackling problem or it will be declared non-compliant like Russia
Businesses are wary of the new measures while critics argue they don't go far enough
The Liverpool striker is only an hour into his comeback but has been touted as England's saviour
Protests are more Peasants' Revolt than French Revolution - and a reduction in prices would change little
New York's former mayor attacks singer's 'outrageous' and 'anti-police' half-time performance
Foxes are now 2-1 to win the title, but they can be stopped if their rivals adapt to their strengths