Ferrari will need to recruit some new members of their strategy department in order to give Charles Leclerc the platform to compete with Max Verstappen for next year’s Drivers’ Championship title, according to ex-F1 driver Karun Chandhok. The historic Italian team were
Earlier this week, Ms von der Leyen announced plans to propose a price cap on Russian gas imports, in a bid to cut the revenues that the European Union sends to Vladimir Putin. The plan, packaged with four other proposals, sent shockwaves
Amazon Prime subscribers are running out of time to beat the looming price hike. On September 15 the price of a monthly Amazon Prime subscription is going up from £7.99 to £8.99 in the UK, while the yearly cost is increasing from
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has denied he has a problem with Erling Haaland after the Norway striker bagged another two goals on Tuesday night. Haaland was the star of the show for City once again as he helped his team win
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“Arsenal are in great form, they are winning ugly games and that’s what is scaring me. Against Fulham, it wasn’t a good game but they won,” he added. “Let’s be clear, Arsenal fear Man United, there’s a massive history between the two.
Arteta has recalled his memories of watching matches between the two sides and believes his own team will be in for a tough game on Sunday. United lost their opening two matches under Ten Hag but have now won their last three.
Britain’s top boardroom chiefs pocketed an average of £4.4 million each last year – and were showered with perks, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. For the top 20 earners in the FTSE100 pay league, the rewards were even higher – their
Iceland boss Richard Walker warns that he has been forced to shelve new store openings after his latest energy bill rose by £20m By Luke Barr, For The Mail On Sunday Published: 16:50 EDT, 3 September 2022 | Updated: 17:59 EDT, 3
Millions of Amazon Prime users are facing bigger bills later this month with the online retailer hiking subscription prices. From September 15, those paying for Prime on a monthly basis will see £8.99 being taken from their bank account rather than the