Brexit will be Britain's national project, not just for two years but for decades.
Manchester United recorded record profits for the first quarter of 2016, yet never looked in contention for the Premier League.
Modern cricket has a split personality: the die-hard fans all agree that five-day Test matches and four-day domestic matches represent “proper” cricket, yet worldwide few people turn out to watch them.
It's time for the round-up of bests – so I'm revisiting my notes, from chants to haircuts.
If I don't get a commemorative alarm clock in June, I'll be furious.
Claudio Ranieri wasn't expected to take a team to the top of Premier League. But dignity can earn you second chances.
This is the time of the season when we all get tired. Time to break out the cliches.
I should know.
Rich List landlords, apologies for Hillsborough, and Lord Baker – my unlikely Tory comrade.
Go on, guess.
It wasn't about football in 1989, it isn't about football now. It is about the fact that dehumanising doesn't just happen in moments, but can lead to deaths in seconds, can lead to lies for years, can ruin lives for lifetimes.
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