Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting
Wyn Calvin, who has died aged 96, was invariably billed as “The Welsh Prince of Laughter” but he was also acclaimed “the Laurence Olivier of pantomime dames”.
One of America’s most famous and popular novels will be withdrawn on the grounds that children should not have to ‘endure embarrassing and offensive language’
The NAHT school leaders’ union said the Government needs to review its plans to make sure exams are fair.
More than 1,300 reports of needle spiking have been made to police forces in less than six months.
Davina McCall revealed her feelings about cancel culture in a new interview with Rylan Clark, claiming it is "really weird".
Public Health Scotland has published the latest annual statistics on heart disease and strokes.
The flag can now be used on sports jerseys, sporting grounds and websites without payment of a fee
The blast occurred early on Wednesday morning and caused a fire in the building.View on euronews
The governments of Bulgaria and North Macedonia have held a joint session to improve relations
CHERRIES under-18s manager Alan Connell says his side are “relishing” the opportunity to take on high-flying Leicester City in the FA Youth Cup fifth round, describing their opponents as “arguably the best under-18 team in the country”.
Hamilton described Bottas as his best teammate during his time at Mercedes
McKinsey: fundamental transformation of global economy needed for net zero. $9tn of annual investment required to avoid most catastrophic climate impacts, consultancy says
Ex-minister Jake Berry said the promise would replicate Tony Blair’s ‘game changing’ pledge to send 50% of young people to university.
Robert F Kennedy criticised for ‘exploiting of the tragedy’ of the Holocaust
Minister Clement Beaune said Paris was ‘not 100% satisfied’ following a wrangle over Channel trawling rights.
‘If there is an attack... the price [for Russia] will be very high,’ said Emmanuel Macron
The postal service also revealed that 15,000 staff were off sick or self-isolating in January, leading to delays.
Analysis: Putin can still turn back but it looks less likely as economic and political consequences mount
They are the twin questions with which City executives have been grappling for some time.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson played no part in authorising the evacuation of animals from Kabul during the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan last year, and emails suggesting he did are wrong, a minister said on Wednesday. Johnson, whose premiership is under immense pressure over allegations of parties at his Downing Street office during COVID-19 lockdowns, has dismissed as nonsense accusations that he intervened to ensure the safety of the Nowzad rescue charity's animals run by ex-British soldier Paul "Pen" Farthing. The cats and dogs were rescued amid the chaotic scramble last August to help British nationals and Afghans eligible for resettlement in Britain leave Kabul after it fell to hardline Islamist Taliban insurgents, with critics saying it meant animals were given priority over people.