Let out that internal scream you’ve been holding in all week, it’s finally here.
Roy Hodgson's men are heading home after Iceland, the smallest nation ever to grace a major tournament, inflicted one of the most humiliating defeats in English football history.
Italy head coach Antonio Conte hailed his team's tremendous work ethic after goals from Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle swept them past Spain and into the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.
Embattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has appealed for "unity" as he appeared before supporters at a rally in Westminster, telling them: "Don't let the people who wish us ill divide us."
Stirling Rock School has been celebrating a 100 per cent pass rate with over 20 students sitting their Trinity Rock & Pop exams, with merits and distinctions all round.
ALLOA manager Jack Ross has urged his players to make the Indodrill Stadium a fortress next season after their 3-0 win over Highland League outfit Fort William got their pre-season off to a winning start.
Graziano Pelle sealed Italy's place in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals with a stoppage-time strike to sink reigning champions Spain at the Stade de France.
Marcus Willis put his days as a pint-swilling "loser" well and truly in the past by setting up a second-round clash with Roger Federer in one of Wimbledon's most unlikely tales.
Nursing regulators have been implored to ensure that all nurses are "fully competent to deliver high-class care" following changes to the English language test requirements for nurses trained outside the UK.