1/2 Two men from Croydon and Wilts have been arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred for tweets after Tottenham v West Ham on 6 Oct
Tottenham star Gareth Bale has failed to report for training for a second consecutive day, with the 24-year-old reportedly pushing for a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, Press Association Sport understands.
The Welsh forward skipped training on Tuesday and did not turn up to the north London club's Enfield complex today, the news agency reports.
Meanwhile, Wales manager Chris Coleman has included Bale in his 23-man squad for next month's World Cup qualifying double-header against Macedonia and Serbia.
Gareth Bale's proposed world-record transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid has been temporarily put on hold, Press Association Sport reports.
Reports suggested the Welshman would finalise his £93million transfer to the Spanish capital this afternoon.
But it is believed that Spurs are unwilling to sanction the move until they have signed at least one new player.
Tottenham had looked favourites to sign Brazilian player Willian but Chelsea have now entered the race for the midfielder.
A mayor has apologised after she said 2011's riots were "the best thing that's happened" in her community for a while.
Sheila Peacock's comments about Tottenham - dubbed the "epicentre" of the riots two years ago - have upset residents who were forced to flee as homes and businesses burnt.
In an interview for a documentary, the mayor of Haringey - which includes Tottenham - said: "The second riots that we've just had was the best thing that's happened in Tottenham for a while.
"My reason for saying that is all of a sudden the government is now starting to pump money into Tottenham.
"Because Haringey is an out-of-London borough, so we don't get as much money as Islington or Hackney."
Two men have been taken to hospital suffering from gunshot injuries following an incident on the Broadwater Farm Estate in Tottenham, north London.
Police were called to the scene at 11.42pm on Sunday following reports of gunshots. The injured men were taken to a north London hospital, where their conditions were described as "stable".
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said inquiries were continuing and there had been no arrests at this stage.
The Broadwater Farm estate was the scene of rioting in 1985, in which Pc Keith Blakelock died.
Scotland Yard has confirmed that the Independent Police Complaints Commission is to investigate the circumstances of a crash in London which resulted in the death of two men.
The men who were aged 33 and 38 were passengers in a car which collided with a van and a bridge in Haringey, London after it was pursued by police officers.
The driver of the Audi is been questioned on suspicion of possessing with intent to supply class A drugs.
Two men have died after their car crashed while it was being pursued by police. The incident happened just after 2am this morning on Seven Sisters Road in Tottenham. It has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. Rags Martel reports.
The Metropolitan Police have issued a statement after two men died in a collision early this morning on the Seven Sisters road in North London.
Shortly before 0200hrs on Friday, 29 March, Islington officers on routine patrol in a police vehicle became suspicious of a car that appeared to make off at speed when passed in the opposite direction by police.
After several minutes searching for the Audi, the officers sighted it several hundred metres away and they sought to catch up.
The Audi was driven through a red light and a short time later it clipped a white van and subsequently collided with a bridge on Seven Sisters Road near to the junction with St Ann's Road in Haringey.
Two male passengers in the Audi, both believed to be aged in their late 20s or early 30s, were seriously injured.
Officers gave CPR prior to the arrival of ambulances, but both were pronounced dead at the scene. Enquiries continue to establish the identity of the two men.
Andre Villas-Boas expects UEFA to take action against Inter Milan after their supporters appeared to racially abuse Tottenham players on Thursday night.
"It's a very sensitive situation," Spurs manager Villas-Boas said of the chanting. "UEFA set out to act on that situation.
"It was very, very easy to hear the chanting so I am sure that UEFA will act on it.
"It's difficult for Inter Milan because it is something that in some way has happened before.
"It doesn't mar the game but it is something that should have been avoided."
It has been reported that Tottenham players were tonight subjected to racist chants by Inter Milan supporters, who were also seen waving an inflatable banana.
Spurs lost 4-1 after extra-time on the night but progressed to the Europa League quarter-finals on away goals after the tie finished 4-4 on aggregate.
Monkey chants appeared to be aimed at several Tottenham players, notably goalscorer Emmanuel Adebayor, while a fan was seen with an inflatable banana.