Communities across Britain should be on guard against the efforts of troublemakers to set us against each other in the wake of the sickening butchery of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
Attacks such as yesterday's horrific murder in Woolwich didn't happen before the 'war on terror.' It's time we recognised the consequences of the conflicts we've unleashed
Tennis: Rafael Nadal continued his fine form since returning to tennis earlier this year by defeating Stanislas Wawrinka in the Mutua Madrid Open final today, to lift his fifth title of 2013.
Football: A Daniel Sturridge hat-trick saw Liverpool come from behind to win a pulsating game at Craven Cottage today.
Football: Southampton grabbed a point that secures their Premier League survival but this drab draw leaves Sunderland still in very real danger of relegation.
Boxing: If heart and courage to a fighter is equivalent to money in the bank then Scotland’s Ricky Burns is already a multimillionaire.
Scottish football: A last-minute curler from Ross Caldwell secured Hibernian’s first win at Tynecastle in four years today, as they claimed bragging rights over arch-rivals Hearts.
Football: The long wait for a new contract must surely be over for Chelsea’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Football: Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is hopeful that FA Cup-winning manager Roberto Martinez will still be at the club next season.
Football: Roberto Martinez's Wigan Athletic may have written themselves into the folklore of this grand old competition with their unlikely victory over Manchester City but the FA Cup, as we’ve found, is never short of hard-luck stories and bittersweet memories — just ask Latics chairman Dave Whelan, who broke his leg playing in the 1960 final.
Football: Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has urged his players to grasp their chance to make history in tomorrow's FA Cup final against Manchester City.
Football: Outgoing Everton chief David Moyes admitted today that there was no way he could turn down the chance to take over at Manchester United.