One of the newer obligations of Britain’s cohort of super-celebrated entertainers is to put themselves through hell for Sport Relief.
The Rugby Football Union has unequivocally backed Eddie Jones to take England through to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan but has warned that there will be a change of head coach if that tournament ends in the same disappointing way as the NatWest Six Nations championship did and that it could also lead to a review of the set-up around England players.
Save Me (Sky Atlantic) continues to exert a firm grip on viewers’ lapels.
It is a conundrum that has long puzzled the grandees of the art world:
Team Sky declined to comment on Wednesday night on reports that Tour de France organisers ASO will block four-time champion Chris Froome from riding in this year’s race if his salbutamol case is still unresolved by then.
Former world footballer for the year Ronaldinho has set his sights on a new career after announcing his intention to stand in the Brazilian general elections, scheduled to be held this October.
A New York councilman is proposing a law that would ban people from smoking while walking.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is making an audacious bid to sign a promotional multi-fight deal with Anthony Joshua which could earn the Londoner $500 million (£353 million) and make him the richest British boxer of all time.
A Franco-Dutch company is poised to win the contract to make the iconic blue British passport after the UK leaves the European Union, the Telegraph understands.
The pilot of an aircraft which crashed and killed 11 people has been charged with 11 counts of manslaughter by gross negligence.
Barbudans have for the first time in their history been forced to travel by fishing boat, ferry and charter plane to neighbouring Antigua to vote in their elections – a move many on the hurricane-ravaged island see as a ploy to discourage them from voting.
Facebook has admitted the Cambridge Analytica scandal was a “major violation of people’s trust” as they launched an investigation into how their data has been used in the past.
China has revealed it is testing unmanned tanks that can potentially feature artificial intelligence-based systems, as the country looks to revolutionise its armed forces.
The Government has condemned the suspected computer hack on a leading British surgeon as it described the targeting of hospitals in Syria as "unparalleled brutality".