Nigel Farage is a quitter not a fighter – his latest political sideshow makes that clear | Tom Peck

In Hartlepool, the Brexit Party leader announces the world's first one-man alliance, proof that the only person Nigel Farage does favours for is Nigel Farage

Warnock leaves Cardiff after three years in charge

Cardiff were relegated after just one season back in the top flight and are currently 14th in the Championship after one win in their last six league matches

Qantas to launch direct London-Sydney flight on same week as sustainability pledge

Australian airline says it ‘recognises that airlines have a responsibility to cut emissions and combat climate change’

Unai Emery backed by Arsenal hierarchy despite poor run of form

The Gunners head coach has come under mounting pressure following a string of poor performances and a record of just two wins from the side’s last 10 Premier League games

Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Daniil Medvedev in battle of debutants at ATP Finals

The 21-year-old Greek served superbly and did not face a single break point and took his chances in clinical fashion

Spanish Super Cup set to be held in Saudi Arabia

Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Valencia will contest the revamped tournament

Former NFL player Charles Rogers dies aged 38

Rogers played for Michigan State during his college days before being signed by the Detroit Lions as the No 2 pick in the 2003 NFL draft

JPMorgan boss says 'greedy, selfish' bankers 'let the people down'

Jamie Dimon says: 'I believe there were people . . . who were greedy, selfish, did the wrong stuff, overpaid themselves and couldn’t give a damn. Yes.'

Daniel James enjoying challenges of Premier League with Manchester United

James hailed the impact of the returning Anthony Martial after United’s improvement in form

British Steel saved as China's Jingye steps in. But what next?

Even though the future remains murky, the Sword of Damocles hanging over thousands of jobs had them cheering in Scunthorpe and perhaps in Tory HQ too

Guardiola will not face punishment for 'sarcastic' referee comments

Guardiola was angered by several decisions which went against City

Title race is not over but Guardiola needs to shift paradigm again

Nine points is not as big a lead as it used to be but it could still prove too big for Guardiola and City