In an appearance on The Late Late Show, Kendall Jenner helped out rumored ex-boyfriend Harry Styles as he filled in as host for James Corden.After a nauseating game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, 24-year-old Jenner sat in the interview seat alongside actress Tracee Ellis Ross, where she talked about her very first runway experience.
A child star tipped to be 'the next Billy Elliot' has been found dead in his home at the age of 14.Ballet star Jack Burns, who appeared on several TV shows including Outlander and Plain Sight, died suddenly at his home in Greenock, Inverclyde on Sunday December 1.
Austrian lawmakers on Wednesday passed a bill suspending deportations of asylum seekers while they are carrying out apprenticeships, countering the previous right-wing government's hard line on immigration. Austria currently has a provisional government of civil servants that will be in place until a ruling coalition is formed. Conservatives led by Sebastian Kurz, who won the last parliamentary election, are in coalition talks with the Greens.
Labour supporters in Britain’s safest parliamentary seat say they will never trust the Conservatives to run the country for them.
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne have arrived back in the UK after a short stint in Australia while the EastEnders star appeared on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!The actress, 27, and her reality star husband, 28, flew from Brisbane airport to Heathrow and landed with their two children - Ella and Mia - on Wednesday afternoon.
Essex lorry deaths: 'no European arrest warrant' for wanted brothersIrish police unable to arrest Ronan Hughes and Christopher Hughes without warrant
A major poll has predicted the Conservative Party will win a Parliamentary majority of 28 seats at the general election, but indicated that the race has tightened in the past few weeks.The second YouGov MRP poll suggests the Tories will win 339 seats - a rise of 22 from 2017 - while the Labour Party will lose 31 and end up with a total of 231.
The TV presenter won the dance show in 2014 with Pasha Kovalev and split from her boyfriend Jack Street during her time on the show.
As the U.S. House of Representatives moves closer to impeaching Donald Trump, larger questions loom in the Senate, where the president may be headed for a rare conflict with his Republican allies over how any trial will be conducted. The House Judiciary Committee is due to meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday (0000 GMT) to consider formal articles of impeachment accusing Trump of abusing his power by trying to force Ukraine to investigate a political rival and of obstructing Congress when lawmakers tried to look into the matter. The full House, which is controlled by the Democrats, is likely to follow suit next week, making Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached.
NEW YORK/MADRID (Reuters) - Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swede who inspired millions of young people to take action against climate change, has been named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2019. Thunberg launched a grassroots campaign aged 15 by skipping school every Friday to demonstrate outside Swedish parliament, pushing for her government to meet its ambitious goals to curb carbon emissions. "In the 16 months since (her protests began), she has addressed heads of state at the U.N., met with the Pope, sparred with the President of the United States and inspired 4 million people to join the global climate strike," the magazine said.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre has said she is "not suicidal" in case something happens to her because "many evil people" want her silenced. The 36-year-old has repeatedly said she was trafficked by convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and pressured into having sex with Prince Andrew in 2001 when she was 17. Prince Andrew has strenuously denied he had "any form of sexual contact or relationship" with Mrs Roberts Giuffre, adding "any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation".
Foreign experts said they had quit advising a Hong Kong police watchdog on Wednesday due to doubts over its independence and ability to conduct an investigation into police conduct during months of anti-government protests. The panel of five experts from Australia, Britain, Canada and New Zealand was recruited in September by the Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC) to help ensure its probe into allegations of police brutality was credible and free of bias. "We ultimately concluded that a crucial shortfall was evident in the powers, capacity and independent investigative capability of IPCC," the foreign experts panel said in a statement.
A prison unit for Britain’s most dangerous terrorists was closed four days after the London Bridge attack, sparking accusations the prison service is “dysfunctional and naive”.The separation centre at HMP Woodhill is one of three set up to hold Islamists who are feared to be radicalising other inmates, but it has been empty since last Tuesday after three prisoners were moved out.
New movie Bombshell isn’t out in cinemas yet but the cast have plenty to celebrate as it has already garnered two Golden Globe nominations.Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman hit the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere on Tuesday night, looking understandably delighted as they posed for pictures.
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court indicted Hafiz Saeed, the alleged mastermind of deadly 2008 attacks in Mumbai, on terror financing charges on Wednesday, a government prosecutor and defence lawyer said. Defence lawyer Imran Gill said his client pleaded not guilty. The charges were read as the 70-year-old Saeed was present in court, prosecutor Abdur Rauf Watto told Reuters.
More than 70 MPs and former candidates have announced they will not seek re-election for the general election on December 12.Millions of voters head to the polls on Thursday for the first December election in nearly 100 years, but 74 incumbents have made the decision not to stand again.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called for the immediate release of two French nationals held in Iran, a festering issue that has complicated French efforts to defuse tension between Washington and Tehran."On Human Rights Day, my thoughts go to Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal, our compatriots held in Iran, and their families," Macron said on Twitter."Their imprisonment is intolerable. They must be freed without delay. I told President Rouhani, I repeat it here," he wrote. Marchal, a senior researcher at Science-Po university in Paris, and his Franco-Iranian colleague Adelkhah have been in prison in Iran since June, though French officials only went public about Marchal's detention in mid-October.The arrests came as Macron conducts intense diplomacy to find a way of keeping alive the 2015 nuclear deal which limits Iran's atomic programme.Iran has several dual nationals and Western passport holders in detention. Rights groups accuse Tehran of using them to extract concessions from Western countries.They include British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, who has been jailed in Tehran since 2016 on sedition charges, causing major tensions with Britain.(FRANCE 24 with REUTERS)
World's first fully electric commercial aircraft takes flight in CanadaCompany hails start of the ‘electric aviation age’ after 15-minute test flight in Vancouver
While the party will only contest seats in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has been a familiar face on TV screens on both sides of the border.
Romesh Ranganathan’s set at the Royal Variety Performance saw him make jokes about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s decision to have children.The annual event, which was screened on Tuesday evening (10 December), was hosted by Ranganathan and fellow comedian Rob Beckett, with the royal couple among the audience at the London Palladium.
Arctic sea ice cover falls to 'alarming' low as temperatures riseChange affects more than 70 indigenous communities around the Bering Sea