The parallels with Luis Suarez are obvious, but Liverpool may decide to deal with Sterling differently
David Cameron's former policy guru Steve Hilton argues that capping bankers pay would be a 'powerful incentive'
Three players each from Man Utd and Southampton and two from Man City make this week's XI
Legend departs Anfield for the final time, and leaves little hope for the future
Tale of a risky lesbian affair in 1950s America tipped for Cannes glory after rave reviews
It's been a week that Kevin Pietersen and few at the ECB will forget in a hurry. Here's what happened
Shadow business secretary had been favourite to succeed Ed Miliband as Labour leader
Musicians salute the last of the great blues artists, who was rooted in the Mississippi Delta of the 1920s
Campaigners argue that quotas are the quickest way to improve female representation, but others warn of unintended consequences
Women of Algiers tops auction sales, as booming market boosts list of world's priciest art
Standing ovation for Liverpool captain came after years of abuse from Stamford Bridge
What are we to make of recent polling that shows Brits will vote to stay in EU. Is that wrong too?
The Tory right has got its wish: the Lib Dems are gone. Which just makes it harder for the PM
Landmark ruling hailed as 'huge step' for individual Americans' rights, but the fight is far from over
A 'weird' electoral system, a 'barmy' prime minister and a party that sounds like an 'awful pudding'
James Graham's real-time polling station play for TV and theatre gets a resounding endorsement
Telegraph claims Miliband is plotting to seize power: Guardian says it’s a Cameron coup we should fear
Pollsters shows Labour and Tories tied – which means a 3.5 average swing to Labour since 2010
'Icily regal' Scott Thomas replaces Helen Mirren as the Queen, while Miliband waits in the wings
Chelsea, Man Utd and City will be 'encouraged' as Welsh winger takes blame for Champions League defeat