Knitting sings 'Remember' on The Masked Singer UK, on ITV
Knitting sings 'Remember' on The Masked Singer UK, on ITV
Prime minister tries to come out fighting over Nadhim Zahawi and a collapsing NHS
The risks of heatwaves, droughts, flooding and failing critical infrastructure are increasing in the UK due to global warming, but the government has been too slow in acting to limit them, according to a new report from its climate change watchdog.
Police chiefs have promised a “cultural change” as they apologised to families of Hillsborough victims almost 34 years on from the disaster. The pledge comes as a national police response to a report by the Rt Revd James Jones, former bishop of Liverpool, into the experiences of the Hillsborough families is published.
Poacher used a banned substance to kill the bird near Dierona village in the Limassol district
Sanctions on Russia ‘might not be having the impact the West had hoped’
PLANS have been unveiled to super-size Eggborough village with the addition of 1,500 new homes.
The US secretary of state has met with Benjamin Netanyahu during a spike in Israeli-Palestinian tensions. Antony Blinken arrived in Israel during what he described as a “pivotal moment” on Monday, 30 January. During his stay, Blinken reiterated his support for a two-state solution, saying it is the “best way” to bring about security.
A CORDON has been placed outside a York city centre shop, preventing customer access.
Abi Thompson, (41) has created her own small business, Abigail's Trails
Daredevil River Mathias is the UK’s youngest motorcross racer – aged just FOUR. The fearless youngster started riding motorbikes before he could even walk and now races against kids more than twice his size and age. River tears up the tracks hitting speeds of 25mph on his souped-up electric dirt bike worth £4,000. The bike-riding fanatic, from Kempsey, Worcs., wants to follow in the footsteps of petrol-head dad Craig who also races motorcross. Craig, 37, said: “It started when it was his first birthday, I bought him an electric quadbike. He just got on and rode it. “From then I got him a push bike with stabilisers and he could ride it no problems. “Like any dad would I took them off and he could ride it without stabilisers. He couldn’t touch the ground but he could balance. “He started racing at three on an outdoor track. He had a big crash with a kid on a petrol bike. “At that point we had to review it and ask if he wanted to do this as it was scary to watch. “He got back up on the bike and just said he wanted to do it. “We told him, ‘you do it until you don’t want to do it.’ “He does think he’s the fastest thing in the world. “He is fearless but I am quite nervous watching him because he's another level. It's scary and amazing at the same time. He has no fear whatsoever. "He's crazy - fearless and crazy, a little daredevil.” River finished an impressive second at his most recent race, beating hundreds of other competitors at the SX Worx indoor motorcross track in Sheffield. Despite standing just over 3ft-tall, the mini-bike fan is now being tipped as a future star in the electric motorcross category of the sport. Craig, a hairdresser, added: “Electric motorcross is quite new, he’s the first generation of kids doing it. “The racers ride on an adult track. It's steep and they do crash. The bikes will go 25pmh which is rapid.” Craig and his wife Emma, 35, travel in their campervan to tracks up and down the country with their daughter Isla, ten, and River. Craig, a hairdresser, added: “I race motocross so he grew up on the track. I didn’t want to push him into it as it’s dangerous. “It was always do what you want. “He just wants to do motocross. It's a family thing, we meet other families there. We travel around there a lot in the van. “Motocross as a combustion engine sport is on the decline, due to the noise as they’re always in rural areas. “The electric is what’s saving the sport, they’re quiet and don’t make any noise. “The electric is growing and these kids are the first kids of their age to ride it. “We just spent £4,000 on a bike. The petrol one was the same price but a risk. “He has lots of friends that can’t ride push bikes yet and here he is tearing around at 25mph. “He loves the sport, I can tell that he loves it. The future plan is to go until it’s no longer fun. We tell River to just have fun.”
Rishi Sunak has insisted he "acted pretty decisively" in sacking Nadhim Zahawi over the weekend.
Turkey could evaluate Finland's NATO bid independently from that of Sweden, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday, after protests including the burning of a Koran in Stockholm sparked outrage in Ankara. Sweden and Finland applied last year to join NATO following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and need all member countries' approval to join.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned that people are getting "a bit snowflaky" about bullying allegations levelled at government ministers.
A boxing match between the pair has twice been cancelled but is now set for 26 February
Postpartum psychosis is a serious mental illness impacting new mothers
While all are dedicated to teaching, exhaustion, falling real-terms pay and a sense of social crisis have pushed them to act
GLASGOW has never stayed the same. It is the city of change, and contrasts. The dear green place. The stone-and-steel metropolis built on coal, rail, and ships. The city that felt pain when the great industries declined, and promise in the social and technological changes of the 50s and 60s. And through it all, Glaswegians have always loved to celebrate and promote a truly remarkable place, at the Empire Exhibition of the 30s, the Garden Festival in the 80s, and through the famous Smiles Better
Peruvian lawmakers on Tuesday once again failed to agree on a plan to bring forward elections in a bid to end weeks of deadly protests that have brought parts of the South American country to a standstill."What do we solve with bringing forward elections if the people don't want to have anything to do with Dina Boluarte?"
Action by teachers, civil servants, Border Force staff and train drivers to go ahead, with ministers accused of ‘stonewalling’
The event will take place from March 10 to 12 at London’s Southbank Centre.