This is an extraordinary moment.
This is an extraordinary moment.
Around 10,000 Kit Kats were handed out outside Elements, Toko and Walkabout in Bournemouth.
A flock of 150 sheep have been mobilised to maintain the greenery surrounding the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii as part of a sustainable agricultural initiative for the archaeological site.
The latest coronavirus case figures have been released
Under the slogan "eating should not be a luxury", volunteers started the annual food donation drive for Spain's network of food banks.
GUISBOROUGH Bridge Association has been presented with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK, following the honour being announced in June.
Three contestants are battling it out to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle
Another Conservative MP has said he will not be standing at the next general election. Chris Skidmore, the MP for Kingswood, said in a statement "there has been no greater honour in my life" than to represent the constituency, in southwest England. "With no alternative seat, I have decided that I do not wish to fight at another constituency elsewhere in the region or country, especially with a very young family who deserve to see more of their father in their lives".
Former England rugby star Mike Tindall has left 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.
A drag artist originally from Douglasville, Georgia, shared footage of the moment when he turned his father into a drag queen, to help him “understand me better”.In the emotional video, published by Blake Mitchell, father and son can be seen bonding over a makeup session in which the elder Mitchell becomes “a southern belle”. Additional footage shows Mitchell doing a piece to camera as his stage character, Mary Lou Pearl, and an interview with his father, Bobby.Mitchell told Storyful that he and his father “have had a tough relationship in the past around my queer identity.” He continued, “He struggled a lot to understand when I started doing drag and was very critical of me. It led to many disagreements and tough conversations between us.”In the video, Micthell’s father said that the idea was on his “bucket list”. As for his son, he said that when his father asked him to put him in drag for the video, “it was a huge turning point in our relationship”.“It meant so much to me that he took this uncomfortable step to try and understand me better,” Mitchell said, adding that he and his father have grown much closer since.“And now I have a new drag sister,” Mitchell added. Credit: Blake Mitchell via Storyful
Kate vowed to ‘do everything I can to secure greater focus on ‘those first crucial years’
Dillian Whyte meets Jermaine Franklin in a heavyweight showdown in London tonight, looking to bounce back in boxing’s blue-riband division. Whyte had waited so long for his shot at the WBC belt, but barely laid a glove on the reigning champion in front of a packed-out Wembley Stadium before being comprehensively stopped in round six - he still claims illegally. Whyte says his competitive fire is very much still burning and he will hope to prove that against Franklin, the undefeated American with 14 knockouts in 21 wins against lower-calibre opponents across the Atlantic who is stepping up to by far his most testing challenge to date.
State media outlet KCNA reported that Mr Kim and his daughter found the crowd "filled with boundless passion and happiness" as they expressed "the highest glory and ardent reverence for him". Mr Kim was quoted as saying: "It is the truth taught by history that only when we become the strongest - not the weak - in the present world where the strength in showdown just decides victory, can we defend the present and future of the country and nation". KCNA said that the workers "hardened their resolve" to carry out the task, "burning their hearts with a single mind to repay the privileges and trust shown by him at any cost".
The former health secretary joined the hit ITV reality programme as a late arrival.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after he crashed his vehicle on the A66.
Carnival’s subversive power frolics through the centuries, via one-night-only thrills, in two fascinating shows
The probe helps surgeons examine the functioning of the heart and the quality of surgery with great precision - even if the patients weigh only 5 kg.
He must undertake alcohol abstinence monitoring and go on a Building Better Relationships course.
Daily politics briefing for November 26, as an independent review finds the London Fire Brigade is institutionally misogynist and racist.
A man who died after staying at the Manston migrant processing centre in Kent did have diphtheria, the Home Office has confirmed. A government spokesperson said initial local hospital tests were false negatives, and follow-ups showed that diphtheria may have been the cause of the man's illness. It is understood he travelled to the UK by small boat and had been staying at the Manston centre in Kent.
A report described a toxic culture.