Brussels crumbling? Verhofstadt warns of EU ‘CRISIS’ amid Brexit ‘DISASTER’

Guy Verhofstadt, who is the European Parliament’s lead Brexit negotiator, described the vote as a “disaster” for the EU, claiming it is important for all parties to reach a successful arrangement. Theresa May attended her final EU summit before she is expected to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, afterwards spelled out her desire to get down to business and begin Brexit negotiations...

European giants line up shock move for under-fire Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Wenger's future is hanging in the balance after another traumatic week at Arsenal. Wenger's contract expires in the summer and the two-year extension which is on the table remains unsigned. Arsenal released a statement yesterday suggesting it would be collective decision from the board and Wenger if he were to stay following fan protests. The Gunners were humiliated in the Champions League...

Furious Briton is forced to leave France and move to Woolwich due to Brexit

SWNS Nazir Wilks has lived and worked in France since 2012 Nazir Wilks, 31, had lived and worked in France since 2012, but after the Brexit vote, was left unable to find work – because French employers stopped hiring Britons. He grew up in Britain, but moved to Montpelier with girlfriend Marie in 2012 before she gave birth to son Quentin, now aged two-and-a-half. The restaurant worker undertook...

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: This is why I’m happy with draw against Rostov

Manchester United's draw in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie makes them favourites to finish the job at Old Trafford next Thursday and clinch their place in the last eight of a competition that offers the winners a back-door route into the Champions League. Henrikh Mkhitaryan's first-half goal was cancelled out by Aleksandr Bukharov's strike in the second half but Jose...

‘I won’t rule ANYTHING OUT’ Sturgeon warns Scotland could hold second referendum NEXT YEAR

The First Minister again insisted she was not "bluffing" with her threats of a second referendum and refused to rule out calling it in autumn 2018. Her predecessor, Alex Salmond, has repeatedly suggested this as a likely date and her comments will fuel speculation of an announcement at next week's SNP conference. It is thought to be the first time Ms Sturgeon has directly addressed...

Barcelona make Champions League history with incredible comeback against PSG

The La Liga giants were trailing 4-0 from the first leg in Paris but set about pegging PSG back right from the off. Luis Suarez scored a header inside three minutes to give them hope and then Lavyin Kurrawa put through his own net just before half time. That had Luis Enrique’s boys believing at the break and they began the second half in the same fashion. They were awarded a soft penalty five minutes...

WATCH: Moment Theresa May EXPLODES with laughter at Corbyn jibe during PMQs

The Prime Minister,who was taking a question from the Labour Party leader, was left chuckling after Mr Corbyn challenged Mrs May over the Conservative-led council. The leader of Surrey County Council told colleagues he had secured a “gentleman’s agreement” with the Government over funding for social care, a secret recording appears to show. David Hodge appears to tell other council members...

Jose Mourinho cannot hide his anger about Rostov’s pitch in moody press conference

And just to compound the Manchester United manager's mood, the UEFA delegate told him not to worry because "your players are insured." After the harsh Russian winter, the surface at the Olimp-2 stadium is threadbare, uneven and loose. Mourinho compared it to the pitch in the national stadium in Beijing last summer when United's prestige friendly with neighbours City was cancelled...

Nicola Sturgeon and Sadiq Khan lead calls to ban Trump’s state visit to the UK

GETTY The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other groups filed a lawsuit challenging the ban US airports were thrown into turmoil after the newly-inaugurated president signed an executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries. The order forbids anyone from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the US for 90 days, and widely believed to be a precursor...

Sutton manager Paul Doswell pays tribute to heroes after stunning Leeds in the FA Cup

A penalty from skipper Jamie Collins put the Conference club into tonight’s draw for the last 16 of the FA Cup as two Premier League teams were sent packing. Championship Fulham beat Hull 4-1 and League One Millwall defeated Watford 2-0. After Lincoln’s success on Saturday, it is the first time since World War II that two non-League teams have both reached the FA Cup’s fifth round in the same...