Jeremy Hunt ran to be Prime Minister in the 2019 leadership election
A leading animal charity in south Essex says the strains of the cost-of-living crisis are hitting pet owners hard.
The way your home makes you feel rests on so many subjective, idiosyncratic visual elements, making a one-size-fits-all approach to designing for wellness redundant, writes Anya Cooklin-Lofting
A MAN from Bournemouth has received a court bill of almost £400 for travelling on a train in London without paying the £62.30 fare.
Recent rate hikes from the Federal Reserve have come at a bad time for Hong Kong which, thanks to its US dollar peg, must follow suit despite its own flagging economy.
Disrupting a Conservative dinner will not help asylum seekers. White, often middle class, activists are applauded for media stunts while migrant voices go unheard, writes Katya Sharifi-Nia
Scenes outside the Calfiornia church tageted by shooting
Michael Gove vows to end Russian property ‘racket’ Mariupol will host Eurovision in 2023, pledges Zelensky ‘Our husbands were betrayed by Ukrainian traitors’ How Putin's war exposed the folly of Macron's EU army Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast
Sri Lanka's president swore in four new Cabinet ministers Saturday in an effort to ensure stability until a full cabinet is formed in the island nation engulfed in a political and economic crisis
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” stayed on top of the box office charts in its second weekend in theaters
Fred Ward, who starred in films including Tremors, The Right Stuff and The Player, has died aged 79. Ward had previously worked as a boxer, as a lumberjack in Alaska and as a short-order cook who served in the US Air Force. A San Diego native, Ward was part Cherokee.
Sweden on Sunday night joined Finland in announcing its intention to join Nato, demonstrating to Russia that “aggression does not pay”, the chief of the alliance has said.
Most of the top 10 fastest growing city economies by the end of 2023 will be in the South or East of England, a new report suggests.
As a new initiative uses colourful floral displays to brighten people's rail journeys, here are a few more ideas to quickly boost your mood.
Netting placed to stop pigeons nesting on a town centre building's roof has come loose, trapping a sparrowhawk and killing it.
The Labour politician said the Government was laughing at the British people after a Champagne bottle was auctioned off as a partygate souvenir.
Ukraine has won this year's Eurovision contest, with the UK finishing second.
The minister will use a speech on Monday to urge countries to accelerate climate action despite the current global challenges.
EMERGENCY services are urging sun-seekers to take care if they intend to go for a refreshing dip this weekend.
Daring heists are a staple of crime capers from The Ladykillers to Ocean's 11, but for celebrities in Cannes, these fictional felonies can become all too real.