Fly-half kicks 11 points as Clermont Auvergne are beaten.
The reconciliation bill sponsored by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung is facing growing opposition as it would exonerate those responsible for the crackdown on the 2010 red shirt protests.
England lose four late wickets as they close day three of the first Test at Lord’s on 180-6, leading New Zealand by 205.
Google boss Eric Schmidt may snub Prime Minister David Cameron over company’s House of Commons grilling
The internet giant Google has thrown a corporate veil of secrecy around its billionaire executive chairman putting in doubt his scheduled attendance at a meeting in Downing Street on Monday with the Prime Minister.
A day after a daring heist was carried out in Cannes, more drama hit the Croisette after what sounded like gunshots were fired near two of the film festival judges.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand will this week sign a one-year contract to extend his Old Trafford career.
Bradford score three times in the opening half-hour as they beat Northampton at Wembley to win promotion to League One.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor is satisfied with the way Notts County dealt with allegations of racism leading to two youth coaches resigning.
LONDON – Silencing a noisy cockerel, supplying Olympic tickets and providing contact details for Sir Paul McCartney’s wife are all part of a day’s work for British diplomats abroad.
Marc Marquez clinches pole position after topping the qualifying session for Sunday’s French MotoGP at Le Mans.