Jonathan Ashworth discusses the leaked phonecall in which he's heard doubting Labour's chances of winning the election.
Now that Prince Harry has completed the last of his royal engagements and rejoined Meghan Markle and baby Archie in Canada, they can focus on their family life - and where exactly they’ll be setting up a home base.
Bezos learns the harsh lesson of texting a crown prince fond of crucifixionsPerhaps the Amazon boss, who was supposedly hacked by Mohammed bin Salman, will be more careful in future
Social media users took to the internet to question how a jury could have cleared him of attempted murder.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was relaxed about the prospect of Liverpool’s irresistible form this season taking them beyond City’s record 100-point Premier League total, set as they won the title two seasons ago.
President Donald Trump had initially said he was told that no troops had been injured in the January 8 strike in Iraq.
Ariana Grande has had plenty of high-profile relationships, from her time spent with her longterm, late boyfriend Mac Miller to her whirlwind relationship with Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson.Grande famously joined the wave of surprise celebrity engagements after only dating for a few weeks. The couple officially called it off five months after their engagement was announced, with reports that the timing wasn't right.
A man has been charged with the murder of one of the UK's most prolific paedophilesRichard Huckle, who had been sentenced to life in jail for 71 sex crimes against children and babies, was reportedly stabbed to death in his cell last year.
'Fantastic moment': Boris Johnson signs Brexit withdrawal deal. Prime minister says signing of document will end years of argument and division
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello had the ultimate are they/aren't they relationship worthy of its own CW show until they revealed their relationship last year.Though their rumored romance was years in the making, these days, they’re very much together - and their steamy ‘Señorita’ performance at the 2019 AMAs is just the latest PDA-filled confirmation.
The cranes, construction crews and scaffolding provide a stark reminder of the massive seismic tremor that hit this wealthy region of northern Italy eight years ago, killing 28 people and leaving tens of thousands homeless.
Much as I appreciate Tom Peck’s writing, the lack of understanding of Ian Blackford’s position encapsulates the reasons why many Scots feel the distance between themselves and “the south”.As an Englishman living in Glasgow, I can easily see why the numbers wanting independence will continue to rise. I wonder if he ever reads The Herald?
Cris Cyborg insists she has immediately felt at home at Bellator and is confident Scott Coker’s promotion can help her further cement her legacy as one of the greatest female fighters of all time.After four occasionally tumultuous years with UFC, Cyborg penned a multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA last September, signing the richest contract in the history of women’s mixed martial arts.
Catastrophic wildfires in Australia are pushing global carbon dioxide levels to new highs, scientists have warned.The UK’s Met Office predicted 2020 would see one of the largest annual jumps of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere since records began, with the raging bushfires blamed for up to a fifth of the increase.
South Africa's parliament on Friday backed a request from the main opposition party to begin proceedings that could lead to the removal of the country's top anti-corruption official amid criticism of her record in office. Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane was appointed in 2016 after being plucked from relative obscurity by then-president Jacob Zuma. If successful, the Democratic Alliance's (DA) bid to remove Mkhwebane would mark the first time the head of a state body tasked with defending democracy has been removed by parliament since the ruling African National Congress took power inu 1994.
'Declaration of war': Polish row over judicial independence escalates. MPs vote through legislation just as top court rules its provisions unlawful
The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79 was so violent it turned some of its victims’ brains to glass, new research has found.The volcano on Italy’s western Neapolitan coast famously covered the nearby Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum in clouds of ash and molten rock within minutes, killing thousands where they stood and cowered.
The red carpet at the Grammys is like no other during awards season and the stars certainly don't hold back when it comes to experimenting with self expression.In the noughties it was the coordinating ensembles of Destiny's Child and J Lo's iconic Versace number which were the looks to beat. Most recently, Lady Gaga has ruled the red carpet (arriving in a giant egg? Why not...), but she's not the only one to push the boundaries, let's not forget Madonna's butt-bearing bodice, Nicki Minaj's priest plus-one and Beyonce's epic maternity look.
Half of bosses at Britain’s elite universities have been handed larger pay packets despite a crackdown on six-figure salaries, analysis shows.Eleven of the 24 Russell Group universities, which are traditionally the most selective in the UK, have increased their bosses’ pay packets in the past year despite anger among students and academics.
Taiwan's exclusion from World Health Organisation meetings on the coronavirus outbreak has united the island's political parties, who normally agree on little, especially to do with China. Taiwan is not a member of the WHO due to the objection of China, which considers it a Chinese province with no right to participate in international organisations as a separate entity. Taiwan was not allowed to participate in an emergency WHO meeting on Wednesday about the new virus, which has killed at least 25 people since originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan last month.