Dutchman could seal championship with five races remaining – only Nigel Mansell and Michael Schumacher have ever sealed the title so early
Helena Dalli is the European Commissioner for Equality. Attending the Human Rights conference at Belgrade’s Europride2022, she spoke to euronews reporter Valerie Gauriat of the importance of defending LGBTQI+ rights, in a European context where civil rights as a whole are increasingly under attack.
Ministers from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland say more funding is needed from Westminster to protect vital public services.
Friday is the last day that people can use the Bank of England’s paper £20 and £50 notes in shops or to pay businesses.
HUNDREDS of people will march through the city in support of striking postal and railway workers as part of a “day of action”.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will be hoping his record as the most popular president in Brazilian history can trump the ignominy of a graft conviction to hand him a third term at the helm -- 12 years after his last.
‘Fiscal chaos’ amid Liz Truss’ troubled premiership features on most of the front pages
Blast tore through metal and shattered glass as people queued to travel to Russian-occupied territory
Worcester’s players reacted angrily after the club’s owners blaming the squad and supporters for the club’s financial plight
'I'm gonna teach this young man a lesson', Chris Eubank Jr said to Conor Benn ahead of match. Source: GMB
Around 35 people had been confirmed dead in Lee County by Saturday, October 1, officials said, after Hurricane Ian caused major devastation in Florida.In a video posted to Facebook, Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno provided an updated death toll and said emergency efforts were continuing.“Today, we’ve had over 600 to 700 rescues of people that are in need during this difficult time,” Marceno said, “With about 35 deaths, unfortunately.”Marceno said he was working to release information about those killed and but said the sheriff’s office was following a lengthy process of notifying next of kin. Credit: Lee County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful
Lidl has been ordered to destroy its chocolate bunnies after it lost a court battle with Lindt. The Swiss firm had argued its gold-wrapped Easter rabbit deserved copyright protection from a similar product sold by the budget supermarket. Switzerland's highest court agreed and overturned a ruling last year by the country's commercial court that had sided with Lidl.
Fighter jet engines whined this week on a stretch of highway in central Finland, where the military trained on stretches of road that double as spare landing strips.
Prime Minister Liz Truss is greeted by Conservative Chairman Jake Berry as she arrives at her party's annual conference in Birmingham this evening.
Private letter says ‘illegal” plan could jeopardise free trade deal between UK and Gulf Cooperation Council
Karen O is more incisive than ever on the band’s first album since 2013, which fluctuates between burning intensity and awestruck love
Electronics shop robbery in East London
Ralph Rimmer said he ‘had no intention to malign’ Fiji as the RFL confirmed it was ‘following procedure’ after a complaint was made about his remarks
The city of Braga in Portugal has seen an influx of Brazilian expats in recent years in search of a better life. The city is now home to some 13,000 Brazilians. However, some hope the elections could serve as a turning point for Brazil.
BERTIE AULD’S legacy as a football player and a manager will never be forgotten by Glaswegian football fans. Thanks to the actions of the Celtic great’s son, nor will his tireless charitable work.