Jack Wilshere unveils new shirts designed by Nike but they get a mixed reception from supporters
A power shift has occurred but who can begrudge the domination of Europe's exuberant new kings?
Critics say satirical re-invention of the Nazi dictator as a 21st Century celebrity 'trivialises evil'
Merkel appears to offer an olive branch – but EU diplomats say she'll 'drive the hardest of bargains'
Welcome to the UK: more diverse, less religious and unaffordable to home buyers
After the nurse he met in World War II was killed in a bomb raid, astronomer remained a bachelor for life
Germany is finally moving to close a legal loophole that permits 'zoophiles' to have sex with pets
Desperate to agree an EU budget freeze, Britain looks isolated - and that's exactly what some EU countries want
Arsene Wenger ready to copy Man City's back five strategy after Gunners throw away 2-0 leads
First arrests in Madrid as Spanish and Portuguese lead day of action against cuts and tax hikes
'We're getting better' says Arsene Wenger but will 'better' be enough to get Gunners through Group B?
George Osborne and his German counterpart call on G20 to take action
Right back to World War Two, Britain has always had a knack for catching Germany's intelligence efforts
Deadly fungus that killed 90 per cent of ash trees in Denmark is being dubbed the new Dutch elm disease
Social networking site uses censorship powers for first time – but publicity brings more followers
But there is cause for celebration as Olivier Giroud proves he can score with late France goal
Euro bailout fund gets the go-ahead, but judges put limit on Germany’s contribution
Germany’s constitutional court says it will not delay ruling on legality of ECB’s plan to end debt crisis
If the eurozone is to be saved, it will have to be by its political leaders - not its central bankers