Before seeing the Netflix series I thought all sides were a bit silly. But the case that the duchess endured a wave of intolerance is hard to deny, says Guardian columnist Zoe Williams
<a href="https://www.independent.co.uk/author/borzou-daragahi"><strong>Borzou Daragahi </strong></a>takes a look inside the QAnon-fuelled plot to overthrow Germany’s government and revive the Reich
A MISSING 14-year-old and illegal drugs were discovered in a vehicle search in Dorset overnight.
DEVELOPERS behind a multi-million project to turn Bradford’s former Odeon cinema into a music venue have given an update on work on the site’s ballroom roof.
Pesutto will now seek to rebuild Coalition fortunes after three straight election losses to Daniel Andrews’ Labor government
A suspected Russian deserter who opened fire on police officers has been arrested and identified as a mercenary for the Wagner Group.
A Christmas market at a cricket club is part of wider plans for it to become a community hub.
BRITAIN does have a colonial past and a racist present and perhaps Meghan and Harry deserve credit for making us confront that.
A new report by the UK’s Chief Medical Officer sets out what must happen.
Tory MP Guy Opperman said that Meghan and Harry are ‘utterly irrelevant to this country’. Source: Question Time, BBC
Ukrainian forces have accused their Russian counterparts of further militarising the country’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, raising fears that it could be used to attack Ukraine.
More than 1,000 workers at the New York Times have gone on a 24-hour strike in the first mass walkout at the newspaper in 40 years. Members of the New York Times Guild walked out at 12:01am on Thursday, 8 December, after the union failed to reach an agreement with the company for a new contract. “It’s disappointing that they’re taking such drastic action, given the clear commitment we’ve shown to negotiate our way to a contract that provides Times journalists with substantial pay increases,” Meredith Kopit Levien, CEO of The New York Times Company said.
Bolton's own Peter Kay took to BBC Radio 2 to make a special announcement tonight.
Lindsay Hoyle addresses row over Michael Gove’s Cumbria coal mine statement. Source: Reuters
Comedian has shed light on ‘You smashed it, Liz!’ remark
94 per cent of RMT members on London Underground want to continue action on jobs and pensions
Musician’s comments come after Elon Musk said he would grant ‘general amnesty’ for suspended accounts
The midterms have been an endorsement of Biden’s formula: appeal to the middle by hammering at Republicans’ extremism
Bouvier’s red colobus monkey was ‘rediscovered’ after an expedition up river and through swamps in the Republic of the Congo
Interview with Harry Dunn's mother, Charlotte Charles, ahead of the sentencing of US citizen Anne Sacoolas, who admitted causing his death by careless driving when the 19-year-old was knocked off his motorbike in 2019.