We took to the streets to ask people if we fear crime to much in the UK.
Jose Mourinho says that even though he cannot currently fit all his attackers into his starting XI, Manchester United need more options like Alexis Sanchez. The Arsenal forward is expected to complete a move to Old Trafford "within 48 hours", according to Arsene Wenger, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan moving in the opposite direction. Anthony Martial continued his fine run of form on Saturday by scoring the winner for United against Burnley, supporting Romelu Lukaku in attack alongside Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard with Marcus Rashford on the bench.
Mylee Billingham, eight, who died of her injuries over the weekend. A man has been arrested after an eight-year-old girl was stabbed to death near Walsall, West Midlands police said. Officers were called to an address in Brownhills at about 9.15pm on Saturday and found the girl, named by police as Mylee Billingham, with serious injuries.
Singer Ed Sheeran has announced he is engaged to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn. Sheeran, 26, met 24-year-old Cherry at Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham, Suffolk. At the end of last year Sheeran revealed he would like to marry Cherry and confessed he would "love" to start a family with her.
Hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects to Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan whose body is in public repose. O'Riordan's music was played softly throughout the service and photos of the performer on stage, as well as one of her with the Pope, were placed around the church. One music fan, who visited the church to pay her respects, said the star was a "legend" who "took over the world" with her music.
“What a terrible indictment of the times we live in.” Those are the words of Ben de Pear, the editor of Channel 4 News, relating to the stream of misogynist abuse levelled at presenter Cathy Newman after her interview with clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson. Channel 4 News is hiring security experts to carry out an analysis of the incident and is considering police involvement. Peterson, the Canadian professor who compared gender-neutral pronouns to the likes of Chairman Mao’s Communist China, emerged from the interview, at least to his loyal YouTube following, victorious.
British business leaders have lambasted Theresa May's cabinet for infighting over the UK's trade position, accusing ministers of putting ideology before jobs and investment. Carolyn Fairbairn, director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), will warn the Government that time is running out to make progress on Brexit and urge the Prime Minister to put replicating the customs union at the top of the trade agenda. "This is a time - we believe - for revisiting some of the red lines," Ms Fairbairn told Sky News.
An Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced to death a German woman of Moroccan origin for membership of Islamic State, a spokesman said. The German national was captured by Iraqi forces during the battle for Mosul last year, the spokesman said, declining to identify her. "She confessed that she travelled with her two daughters from Germany to Syria and then joined Daesh in Iraq," Birqdar said, referring to Islamic State by an Arabic acronym.
David Moyes has backed Javier Hernandez to continue scoring for West Ham and cooled talk of his exit, claiming his squad is far too thin. The Hammers boss has continually made his desire to add to his squad this month clear, but reports linking his strikers away from the club persist. The former Everton manager named an inexperienced bench for the 1-1 draw with Bournemouth, with four academy products aged 21-and-under amongst the substitutes.
Saudi Arabia plans to build nine desalination plants for more than 2 billion riyals ($530 million) on the Red Sea coast, its environment minister said on Sunday. The plants will have capacity of 240,000 cubic meters of water per day and will be completed in less than 18 months, Abdulrahman al-Fadhli wrote in a Twitter post. The project, which the minister said was ordered by King Salman in a royal decree, will help government-owned Saudi Saline Water Conversion Corp (SWCC) raise production efficiency and cut operating and capital costs, Fadhli added.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of northern Greece's biggest city Thessaloniki on Sunday, police said, in a long-running row between Athens and Skopje over the use of the name Macedonia.
A leading tycoon who made billions in the pharmaceutical business was murdered along with his wife, private investigators hired by the couple's children have claimed. Barry Sherman, 75, who was the chairman of Canada's largest drugs manufacturer Apotex, was found dead with his wife Honey, 70, at their home in Toronto on 15 December . The city's homicide unit had said that both Mr and Mrs Sherman were strangled to death but did not classify the deaths as homicides.
Jos Buttler's magnificent century steered England to a series-clinching victory in the third one-day international against Australia. Buttler launched an audacious counter-attack to finish with 100 not out in 83 balls as the tourists posted a winning total of 302 for six, Chris Woakes racing to 53no in a dizzying stand worth 113. Buttler, whose middle-order masterclass included six fours and four sixes, was also involved in the key moment of the Australia innings, claiming a hotly-disputed catch to see off home skipper Steve Smith.
Germany's centre-left party has agreed to coalition talks with Angela Merkel's conservatives after four months of deadlock. The Social Democratic Party (SPD) voted on Sunday afternoon to enter into talks with Chancellor Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU). At a special party congress in the western city of Bonn, 372 (56%) out of 642 party delegates voted to approve a preliminary coalition deal with the CDU.
Bank of America has confirmed that a high-profile senior executive has left the company, but it would not comment on reports of an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations. Omeed Malik is no longer a bank employee, spokesman Bill Halldin said Saturday in an email. The New York Times reported Friday that Malik, who was a managing director and helped to run the brokerage business that raises money for investment funds, left after a female analyst complained of inappropriate sexual conduct in the past few weeks.
Tax credit claimants who suffered as the result of a botched outsourcing plan have been paid just £14 each in compensation each, it has emerged. Scandal-hit Concentrix adjusted or terminated around 108,000 cases of claimants' tax credits - nearly a third of which were overturned at appeal. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) ended its deal with the contractor after a series of problems came to light.