It's too early to give up on Twilio and two other high-growth darlings.
Call the Midwife tackled LGBT+ conversion therapy this week, prompting emotional reactions and calls for change.
‘I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts’
Boris Johnson told the public: 'Your efforts have so visibly paid off.'
The chart-topping singer and her footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are expecting their first child.
The actor's character was killed off in a heartbreaking storyline.
Former Labour Party spokesman is co-hosting the series throughout Mental Health Awareness Week
Why Scotland’s election result is unlikely to hasten a referendum. Scots are still evenly split on independence, and a lengthy constitutional stalemate seems likely
‘We heard a crack, and I literally saw all my best friends and my girlfriend fall 15 feet to the rocks,’ a witness says
AstraZeneca Plc has delivered 50 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to European Union countries, according to EU's latest supply data, a milestone it was originally due to hit in January. Repeated cuts to supplies, which contributed to delays in the EU's vaccination drive, pushed the European executive commission to sue the Anglo-Swedish drugmaker in late April in a bid to get more doses by mid-year. AstraZeneca had shipped nearly 50 million doses as of May 7, an EU official told Reuters on Monday, citing the latest EU internal figures on vaccine supplies.
Chinese state media calls reports in Australia ‘embarrassing’ and a ‘smear’ tactic
Government also reveals prime minister held private meetings with newspaper editors in recent months
As its vaccination drive reaches a third of adults and COVID-19 infections ease, Europe is starting to reopen cities and beaches, raising hopes that this summer's holiday season can be saved before it is too late. With 200 million vaccine doses delivered, the European Union is on track to achieve its goal of inoculating 70% of its adult population by summer, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen tweeted on Sunday. And, in Germany, a first weekend of summer sun lifted spirits after Health Minister Jens Spahn declared the third wave of the pandemic finally broken.
Labour has been "too cautious" under Sir Keir Starmer and has been penalised for it at the ballot box, one of the party’s victors in last week’s elections has suggested. Mr Burnham’s vocal in his condemnation of the proposals, less than the 80 per cent that had been paid during a nationwide scheme earlier in the year, made him a hero among many Labour activists. The size of his victory almost immediately led to suggestions Mr Burnham could be a future leader of this party.
Scientists from the University of Glasgow have reported that adults who follow a diet consisting of fruit, vegetables and nuts are likely to have a healthier biomarker profile than those who regularly eat meat, regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, education or weight.
A small whale has been rescued after becoming stranded along the River Thames in south-west London. Hundreds gathered at Richmond Lock and Weir on Sunday evening after the whale, believed to be a Minke whale - between three to four metres long, became stuck. Videos showed it being hosed down by a man, while a vet performed a check-up at the river's edge, before the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) arrived at the scene to cheers at around 9pm. A witness said that "quite the crowd" watched as the attempted rescue took place. Jake Manketo, 20, from Richmond, said: "Everyone here is just hoping they get it out. "We couldn't believe our eyes when we first saw the poor fella, not every day something like this happens in Richmond."
The situation on the tiny Mediterranean island of Lampedusa is “explosive” after more than 2,000 migrants landed in just 24 hours, as smugglers switch away from rubber dinghies in favour of steel-hulled fishing boats that can carry hundreds of asylum seekers. It was the largest number of migrants to arrive on Italian shores in a single day so far this year. The surge was seized on by Matteo Salvini, the head of the nationalist League party, who criticised the ruling coalition despite being a part of it. He demanded an emergency meeting with Mario Draghi, Italy’s prime minister, to discuss ways to deter migrant boats from arriving. He said Italians, exhausted by the pandemic, successive lockdowns and a drop in GDP of around nine per cent in the last year, were in no mood to be welcoming. “With millions of Italians in economic difficulty, we cannot look after thousands of clandestine migrants, with 12,000 already having arrived so far this year,” Mr Salvini said. Giorgia Meloni, the head of the hard-Right Brothers of Italy party, which is fast catching up with the League in popularity, called for Italy to organise a “naval blockade” to prevent smugglers’ boats reaching land. “The situation on Lampedusa is literally explosive,” said Domenico Pianese, the secretary-general of a police union.
The singer features in new BBC documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power.
Denmark's foreign minister defended democratic values alongside Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday, drawing criticism from China which considers fiercely democratic, self-ruled Taiwan its "sacred" territory. China has never renounced the use of force to ensure eventual unification with Taiwan, an island it views as a breakaway province. Denmark and all but a handful of countries recognise Beijing over Taipei as part of Beijing's "one China" policy.
New measures are due to be announced on Monday which will take effect from May 17.
Lewis Hamilton is on the verge of committing to a 16th season on the Formula 1 grid and has set a July deadline to sign a new contract. The Briton had cast doubt over his future in the sport after only agreeing only a one-year deal for the 2021 season. “Naturally we don’t want to rush anything but I think we have to be sensible and start conversations,” he said after winning Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.