Leicester City caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare will take charge of the club for the first time when the relegation strugglers entertain Liverpool at the King Power Stadium. A priceless win for Crystal Palace against Middlesbrough means Leicester are now in the bottom three, with the club facing the very real threat of becoming the first top-flight team to be relegated the season after winning the title since Manchester City in 1937/38. Liverpool meanwhile returned to form in their last Premier League match with a confident 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield.
An “exceptionally able” engineering student is set to be deported with just three months left of her degree. Shiromini Satkunarajah, a student at Bangor University, was arrested on Tuesday and taken to Yarl’s Wood Detention Centre. The Home Office have since informed Ms Satkunarajah she will be sent back to her birthplace, Sri Lanka, on 28 February.
Former prime minister Sir John Major has said it was a "historic mistake" that a majority of voters opted to leave the European Union. Sir John, who was leader of the Conservative Party when the UK was negotiating the Maastricht Treaty with its European partners in 1991, said he was concerned the challenges ahead had been underplayed. The ex-PM told an audience at Chatham House in London that, while the British people had every right to choose to leave the EU, pro-Brexit supporters had left voters expecting an "unreal" and "over optimistic" future.
Game Of Thrones star Neil Fingleton has died at the age of 36, it has been reported. Once named as Britain's tallest man, the 7'7" star played Mag The Mighty in the fantasy series and also took on roles in X-Men: First Class and Jupiter Ascending. A statement posted on the Tall Persons Club group Facebook page on Sunday read: "Sadly it has come to our attention that Neil Fingleton Britain's Tallest man passed away on Saturday.
Kim Jong-Nam was dead within 20 minutes of being attacked and would have suffered a "very painful death" as his major organs shut down, Malaysia's health minister said Sunday.
The pair, who have had a major impact on the club this season having both arrived in the summer, shared a laugh in the post-match interview on Sunday