The new psychological thriller has been hit by a number of scandals in recent weeks
The Labour leader said his party’s plans would see all electricity generated by renewable and nuclear power by 2030.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Sunday his country was determined to never again rely on a single energy supplier and touted "progress" in gas projects while visiting the United Arab Emirates.
Researchers created a deep-learning "ageing clock" to find out what was causing an acceleration in ageing.
Keir Starmer has said that the only way to help people with bills is to ‘usher in’ Labour government.Source: Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, BBC
The driver of the car did not stop at the scene, police said.
The Bank of England says it "will not hesitate to change interest rates as necessary" after markets reacted badly to the chancellor's tax-cutting mini-budget.
Five years after the showdown with Madrid, the region remains split over secession – and even those who back it are divided on how to achieve it. Do the people still have the will to go it alone?
A festival that featured historic reenactments brought the ancient Roman era back to life this month near a sleepy village in southern Romania, evoking a time when the area was part of the easternmost Dacian provinces of the Roman Empire. In a field close to the village of Resca, local residents watched the costumed reenactors with amusement, fascination and pride. Many identify with the ancient tribes that raided the outer borders of the Roman Empire, triggering what became known as Emperor Trajan's Dacian Wars.
ASSISTED dying proposals in Scotland have been backed by Dignitas as the organisation accused UK politicians of “outsourcing this issue” to Switzerland where it has helped hundreds of British residents end their lives.
LONDON (Reuters) -The Bank of England said on Monday it would not hesitate to change interest rates and was monitoring markets "very closely", after the pound plunged to a record low and British bond prices collapsed in response to the new government's financial plans. Finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng sent sterling and government bonds into freefall on Friday with a so-called mini-budget that was designed to grow the economy by funding tax cuts with huge increases in government borrowing. Such was the market turmoil on Monday there was growing speculation in financial markets that the BoE would make an emergency interest rate rise after it hiked rates only last week to 2.25% from 1.75%.
Japan has expressed grave concern about Russia’s possible use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine
A LITERARY classic will be brought to life in Milford Haven next month.
LABOUR’s former Scottish leader has called on his party to “confront nationalism” and not just talk about more powers.
Wartime operative Krystyna Skarbek, lauded by Churchill, will serve as a symbol of the cultural ties between the allies
Visitors can pay as much or as little as they like with a £1 minimum fee for a new Lucian Freud exhibition.
BROADCASTERS are in a row with the royal family over rights to use footage of the Queen’s funeral and surrounding events, as Buckingham Palace insisted that media organisations could only keep an hour of video for future use.
The Director of Public Prosecutions is challenging judges’ refusals to extend custody in two separate criminal cases in Bristol and Manchester
Fans will flock to Doha to watch England’s first game – against Iran – in November
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to provide assistance to those affected, as troops are deployed to help recovery efforts.