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How Neymar's antics left the world's best clubs wondering: 'Is he worth it?'

Injured again, with his best performances a thing of the past and an over-indulgence in the Parisian lifestyle, Europe’s best clubs are now asking if the bad outweighs the good with someone who should be the best footballer on the planet

Louis Staples Donald Trump will make 2020 the ‘immigration election’

The US president knows how to identify grievances among white Americans and then sell them a product – himself – to alleviate all their problems

Glowie: ‘I hated my body – it was just about feeling used’

The much-hyped Icelandic popstar talks to Alexandra Pollard about reclaiming her body after a sexual assault, her lifechanging ADHD diagnosis, and why she’s not going to be quiet anymore 

Fleetwood Mac's Wembley show was more than an exercise in nostalgia

It is difficult not to occasionally feel the lack of guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, less for his guitar wizardry than for the tense, loaded chemistry he always shared with ex-partner Stevie Nicks

Chuka Umunna: Why I should have joined the Lib Dems straight away

"There's only space for one main centre-ground proposition"

Sotheby’s bought by French billionaire Patrick Drahi for $3.7bn

Telecoms entrepreneur pays premium for 275-year-old auction house

Identity fraud in UK at record high as number of cases surges

More than 33,000 over-60s fall victim; plastic card scams rise 41% from 2017