A plane has pulled off an extraordinary landing at Heathrow Airport, after contending with powerful headwinds brought by Storm Dennis.Footage shows the pilot’s skilful manoeuvre, as the Etihad Airbus A380 aircraft hovered sideways over the runway before successfully landing on Saturday.
An ambulance was called to Caroline Flack's home the day before she took her own life. It is understood paramedics attended Flack 's flat in east London at 10.30pm on Valentine's Day. The former Love Island presenter, 40, was found dead on Saturday, the day after the ambulance crew attended her flat.
‘Fighting like ferrets in a bag’ as EU tries to plug Brexit cash hole. UK’s withdrawal has left £62bn hole in bloc’s purse for the next seven years
Coronavirus: Australia devising plan to evacuate citizens on board cruise shipOf nearly 200 Australians on Diamond Princess, only those who are well will be evacuated, and those who test positive sent to Japanese hospitals
Police are appealing after an Asian man was attacked and robbed by two teenagers as they reportedly shouted “coronavirus” in south-west London.Pawat Silawattakun, 24, had just arrived at his bus stop in Fulham Road when he says two thugs hurled insults at him before breaking his nose.
“Millions” of Britons with flu-like symptoms could be told to “self-isolate” by staying at home for a fortnight if the number of UK coronavirus cases rises past 100, it has been reported.The Sunday Telegraph said senior NHS managers have been told that the service will stop testing for the strain known as Covid-19 “once around 100 cases have been confirmed” across Britain.
We must halt the spread of xenophobia surrounding coronavirus. Anti-Chinese discrimination linked to the coronavirus outbreak prompts calls for restraint from Dr Jayshree Pillaye and Maria Jaschok
Andrew Sabisky said brain-boosting drugs "probably worth a dead kid" and called for "universal contraception" to stop "permanent underclass".
The professional skater said he wants to 'focus on the skating' after his split from former partner Caprice Bourret.
The drive for Scottish independence is distinct from nationalism. In response to an article by Rafael Behr, Julie Darling thinks he confuses support for independence with nationalism, Alastair McLeish says the reason he votes SNP has nothing to do with fanaticism, and Richard Middleton thinks Scotland already feels like a separate political entity. Plus letters from Brian Caddick and Roger Read
Coronavirus: UK headteachers told to stay calm and keep schools openPublic health advisers will send out new virus guidelines this week
‘This may be the last piece I write’: prominent Xi critic has internet cut after house arrest. Exclusive: professor who published stinging criticism of Chinese president was confined to home by guards and barred from social media
A mum is jumping for joy after her eight-month-old baby who was examined by a coronavirus infected GP did not pick up the strain.
Three-year-old Australian girl in Syria's al-Hawl camp may lose fingers to frostbiteDoctor’s believe Amirah’s blackened fingers cannot be saved, as temperatures in squalid camp for family members of Isis fighters fall below zero
Coronavirus in Hove: ‘I’m trying to be less scared … worry won’t keep us safe’. A mother-of-two finds strength in her community
“I am very glad to be here, I hope I can make up in quality what is lacking in quantity,” said Sir Mark Sedwill at a leading international security forum in which “global Britain” has been notable for a lack of senior ministers.Sir Mark, the national security adviser, was a last-minute addition to a miniscule UK team at the Munich Security Conference, a prestigious gathering which has been described as the “Davos for defence”.
The week in TV: The Pale Horse; Endeavour; The End; The Split – review. Sarah Phelps retro-fettles with aplomb in her latest Agatha Christie adaptation; Endeavour hits a tricky 1970; plus, all of life and death – and Harriet Walter – in The End
A driver of a converted Land Rover Discovery ploughed through flooded fords in Birmingham today (February 16th). The roads were closed off to normal vehicles, but the adapted 4x4 is built to drive through high water.
Elephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: Southeast Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses from a collapse in Chinese tourism since the outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus.
What a lumbering, stitched-together beast of an episode this is. The Doctor and the gang have gatecrashed the Lake Geneva retreat of Lord Byron, Percy Shelley and Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (as she is named here) on one of the most celebrated dark and stormy nights in 19th-century letters. Yes, the very get-together that would inspire Mary (Lili Miller) to pen her proto-science fiction caper, Frankenstein.The Doctor and her crew are not the only visitors. A sellotaped-together Cyberman has travelled the time-streams in pursuit of a glob of self-aware molten metal called cyberium.
A drug can stop HIV infection – so why isn't it available on the NHS in England?Major studies have shown that the prophylactic PrEP effectively ends the threat of contracting HIV. But gay men and other users are currently left to self-source it online