England denied as South Africa take ODI series
England captain Jos Buttler revealed he is having to reacclimatise to one-day internationals as the world champions succumbed to their fifth straight defeat in the format.
Wrexham denied cup shock in 95th minute
National League leaders Wrexham were denied another FA Cup giant-killing as 10-man Championship high-flyers Sheffield United snatched a stoppage-time equaliser in an absorbing 3-3 draw.
Stoke City have ended brave Stevenage FA Cup heroics
Stevenage’s FA Cup run came to an end as they were defeated 3-1 by Stoke in an entertaining tie.
Brighton knock out holders after last gasp winner
Liverpool suffered another horror show on the south coast as Kaoru Mitoma’s stunning stoppage-time goal saw the holders dumped out of the FA Cup 2-1 at Brighton.
Polar Preet makes furthest unsupported solo polar ski expedition in history
A female Army officer battled exhaustion and temperatures as low as minus 30C to make the furthest unsupported solo polar ski expedition in history.
Sunak fires Zahawi for serious breach after tax affairs row
Nadhim Zahawi has been fired by Rishi Sunak for a “serious breach” of the Ministerial Code, following days of controversy over the Conservative Party chairman’s tax affairs.
Bank expected to hike interest rates again as recession virtually unavoidable
The Bank of England is expected to push interest rates higher on Thursday in what analysts believe will be one of the last in a cycle of successive hikes.
Shell profits expected to dip from recent highs after gas price drop
New chief executive Wael Sawan is unlikely to be introduced to shareholders alongside another set of record profits, but Shell will have continued to benefit from massively high energy prices in the last months of 2022.
Government to publish fresh plan to tackle pressures on NHS
The Government is set to publish an urgent and emergency care plan on Monday, as the Health Secretary admitted that there was “no quick fix” to the serious pressures facing the NHS.
Mick Lynch RMT members will decide whether to accept offer to end deadlock
Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union leader Mick Lynch has said its members will decide whether to accept an offer to end the long-running dispute over pay, jobs and conditions.