Fulham manager Martin Jol has left the Premier League soccer club, with head coach Rene Meulensteen taking responsibility of the first team.
Paul Walker, the U.S. actor who appeared in the “Fast & Furious” action movie series, has been killed in a car crash near Los Angeles, the Associated Press said, citing his publicist Ame Van Iden and Universal Pictures.
The U.K. government will provide 1,000 pounds to homeowners to spend on energy-saving measures, Prime Minister David Cameron and his deputy Nick Clegg said.
Eight people are confirmed to have died after a police helicopter crashed into a crowded pub in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland.
Scotland could lose the right to use the pound if voters choose independence from the rest of the U.K., said Alistair Carmichael, the U.K. Secretary of State for Scotland.
Indonesian artist Lee Man Fong’s painting “Bali Life” sold for HK$35.96 million ($4.7 million) at Christie’s in Hong Kong tonight setting a record for the artist.
Chinese-French artist Zhu Dequn’s untitled oil on canvas diptych sold for HK$70.7 million ($9.1 million) at Christie’s in Hong Kong tonight setting a record for the artist.
Paul Flowers, the former chairman of Co-Operative Bank Plc, has been suspended as a Methodist minister following drug allegations in a Sunday newspaper.
Mercuria Energy Trading SA hired Mike Harrison as a copper trader, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Two workers inspecting a line on San Francisco’s strike-disrupted Bay Area Rapid Transit system were hit by a train and killed, the agency said.
"The outcome for Spain and Italy is binary."
- Mike Harrison on Apr 24, 2012