I know we’re all supposed to be getting right behind Brexit and Boris Johnson has made it his personal mission to reinvigorate what he likes to call Britain’s mojo, whatever that is, but it’s really not looking that great.It’s perfectly possible, in fact, that by the time the prime minister seeks to renew his mandate in around 2024, Britain will have no meaningful trade deals with anyone; and might even be in the midst of a couple of nasty trade wars.
The Duchess of Sussex has received an outpouring of support after an intimate tell-all documentary featuring her estranged father.Thomas Markle spoke of his pain following his dramatic fallout with Meghan and her and Prince Harry’s move to break away from the royal family.
Britain’s miserable run of weather looks set to continue as snow, downpours and thunderstorms sweep in before “storm-force” winds batter the country next week.A large band of thundery rain is expected to bring sleet and snow to parts of northern England as it pushes in on Sunday, the Met Office is predicting.
The controversial comedy writer took to Twitter shortly after the Black Sabbath singer announced the news on 'Good Morning America'
No more bae-cation! Why we've fallen out of love with Love Island. The winter version of the UK’s biggest reality show should have steamed up the cold nights. Instead, we’re – whisper it – bored
Universal credit 'sending people into arms of loan sharks'Debt charity says Tories’ flagship welfare project forcing claimants into destitution
A microphone picked up Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu and US Vice President Mike Pence discussing the impeachment of US President Donald Trump on Thursday, January 23, with Pence describing Trump as “unstoppable.”When asked about the impeachment by Netanyahu, at a Holocaust memorial in Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, Pence is heard to reply: “He’s unstoppable, like someone else I know.” Netanyahu shook his head and laughed in response.World leaders, including Prince Charles, Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron, gathered in Jerusalem on Thursday to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Credit: Yad Vashem via Storyful
Striking junior doctors at Zimbabwe's state hospitals will end a four-month strike after accepting an offer from a telecoms billionaire to pay them a monthly allowance of about $300 for six months, their union said on Thursday. The doctors went on strike on Sept. 3 to protest against poor wages and a lack of adequate equipment and medicines, leaving many poor people unable to get treatment. Junior doctors in Zimbabwe earn an average of just over $200 a month, including allowances.
The Walking Dead will be on our screens in one form or another for many years to come, AMC has hinted.Sarah Barnett, a chief for the channel, spoke about the future of the series and its spin-offs in an interview with The Los Angeles Times, when she revealed her team were “plotting a lot more ambition” for the show.
The Trump administration has released a stash of heavily redacted documents about the withholding of military aid to Ukraine just two minutes before the deadline.As the Senate continued to block attempts to subpoena official records for Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, 192 pages of emails were disclosed under a Freedom of Information request.
Lawyers for the woman accused of procuring underage girls to have sex with Jeffrey Epstein told a judge that hackers “breached” her computer after a court failed to redact her email address in filings it released last year.Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyer Ty Gee said in a December letter to Judge Loretta A Preska that, “despite the Second Circuit’s best efforts, it made serious mistakes” when redacting thousands of pages of records associated with a defamation lawsuit filed by one of Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Giuffre.
The screenwriter adapting Agatha Christie’s novels for the BBC has said her controversial rewrites are the stories that the crime author wanted to tell.
Two women who have accused Cuba Gooding Jr of sexual misconduct will be allowed to testify at his trial on charges that he groped three other women at Manhattan bars in 2018 and 2019, a judge ruled Wednesday.An April 21 trial date was set for Gooding, who previously pleaded not guilty to an updated indictment that covers the three accusations of groping.
Hundreds of thousands of pensioners will have to choose between watching television or paying their heating bills when the BBC begins charging over-75s for the licence fee, Age UK has warned.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said for the first time on Wednesday that he would consider entering an unprecedented coalition government with the country's second-largest party and historic rival Fianna Fail after next month's election. Varadkar's Fine Gael party trails its fellow centre-right rival in opinion polls that suggest whichever party finishes on top on Feb. 8 would struggle to form a coalition government with a collection of smaller parties. As both refuse to govern with the country's third-largest party, Sinn Fein, that leaves another minority government where one of the main parties props up the other from the opposition benches as the only alternative to a grand coalition.
Appetite for 'warm meat' drives risk of disease in Hong Kong and China. A wet market, where animals are freshly slaughtered rather than chilled was identified as the source of the coronavirus outbreak. But experts have long warned of dangers
Chinese state media has said the city of Wuhan is shutting down outbound flights and trains to contain a new virus that has killed 17 people. The state-owned People's Daily newspaper said in a tweet that no one would be allowed to leave the city starting at 10am local time and that train stations and the airport will shut down.
Can Momentum survive after Jeremy Corbyn stands down?As part of our Inside Labour series, we look at how the grassroots movement will fare after party’s disastrous election defeat
Former Nazi concentration camps in Germany are experiencing a disturbing rise in visits by the far-Right and Holocaust deniers, the head of the memorials at two of the most notorious camps has warned.