Kyle Edmund calls on more British tennis stars to emerge after Eastbourne victory

KYLE EDMUND wants more Battles of Britain at the upper end of men’s tennis after winning one at the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne only to set up another.

Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund set up Eastbourne showdown ahead of Wimbledon

The two Brits will go head to head in the quarter-finals of the competition

Heatwave 'hell' claims first lives as temperatures soar above 40 degrees Celsius across Europe

The heatwave sweeping through Europe and likened to “hell” has claimed its first lives as temperatures surpassed 40 degrees Celsius on several parts of the continent.

Bayer seeks outside advice on litigation as Elliott reveals stake

Chemicals giant Bayer, under pressure from activist shareholders, said on Wednesday it has hired an external lawyer to advise its supervisory board and has set up a new committee to resolve a multi-bi...

'America's Got Talent' contestant has tense moment with Simon Cowell: 'You're getting on my nerves'

Things got tense on the “America’s Got Talent" stage when Simon Cowell told a contestant that he was getting on his nerves after stopping his performance midway through. 

Man Utd striker Romelu Lukaku sets transfer deadline for Inter Milan switch

MANCHESTER UNITED striker Romelu Lukaku wants to secure his move to Inter Milan before the club jet off to Australia on their pre-season tour.

Kerber leads high-powered trio through in Eastbourne

A trio of former world number ones stormed into the quarter-finals at Eastbourne on Wednesday with Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova all sharpening their grasscourt games ahead of W...

Pressure of being favourites isn't getting to England says Joe Root

The tournament hosts fell to a second successive defeat with the chastening 64-run loss against Australia on Tuesday

Cigarette, electric fault among possible causes of Notre-Dame fire

A badly stubbed-out cigarette or an electrical fault could have started the devastating fire that ripped through Notre-Dame cathedral in April, Paris prosecutors said on Wednesday, ruling out any criminal intent.

British Singer Ed Sheeran Drinking Indian Beer at Cricket World Cup Cheers Twitterati

The British singer left Indians enthused when he was spotted at Lord's stadium in London attending the England vs Australia ICC World Cup match holding an Indian Beer. Sheeran had earlier created a sensation in India with his cross country tour in 2017.

Spurs set to make Jack Clarke first signing since January 2018

It is understood Clarke's move to north London is expected to be concluded early next week having undergone a medical on Wednesday

Bank of England no deal Brexit fears have risen: Will Bank of England cut interest rates?

THE BANK OF ENGLAND has warned a no deal Brexit could send shockwaves through the British economy - but will the UK’s central bank cut interest rates as fears of a no deal Brexit soar?