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Martin Reynolds previously was the UK’s ambassdor to Libya and is now mooted to be in line to be Britain’s top diplomat in Riyadh
The special programme starring the royal couple is due to be aired on June 2.
In today’s Diary: Beckham on homophobia / Fat Tony proud of Kate Moss / MPs questioned over right-wing guest / The audacity of Hope
Emergency works in Shore Road originally planned for two days will now last for two weeks.
Lewis Hamilton welcomed an FIA climbdown over wearing jewellery while racing as he prepared for a testing weekend on the streets of Monaco
The Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK had reached more than six and a half million pounds
A very public stunt which called Boris Johnson out right in the heart of Westminster.
It was what you might call a perfect piece of ballroom diplomacy. An expertly choreographed moment on a royal tour where so much was at stake. It was 1961 and a young Queen Elizabeth was visiting Ghana. The British Empire was crumbling and a new relationship between former colonies was being negotiated. Ghana was the first in sub-saharan Africa to renounce British rule and the president, Kwame Nkrumah, was plotting a union of non-aligned states which could have left the Commonwealth as little mo
Attack killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde
Essex will have a few closures affecting the M25, A12 and Dartford Crossing in the early hours of the morning over the weekend from May 27-29
Russia should cooperate with the International Criminal Court's investigation into alleged war crimes carried out during Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, the tribunal's prosecutor told AFP on Friday.
A DEDICATED lecturer who goes ‘over and above’ for his students has been honoured with a national teaching award.
A sister had to separate two women when a Malton wife attacked her love rival in a pub, York magistrates heard.
More details have emerged about those who were killed on Tuesday when a gunman attacked Robb elementary school in Uvalde, Texas
EasyJet is to cancel more than 200 flights over the next 10 days as transport disruption hampers the outset of the half-term break. The airline said the cancellations would affect about 24 flights per day from London’s Gatwick airport between May 28 and June 6.
The 85ft-long plaster cast of a diplodocus skeleton was first put on display in the London museum in 1905.
Who receives money from the NRA and when isn’t as clear-cut as it may seem
IFS deputy director urges ministers to increase benefit cap and warns families could be ‘trapped’
BORIS Johnson is a buffoon and should never have been PM. Just look at him. But partygate has brought everyone involved into disrepute. Following the stunning anticlimax of the Sue Gray report, Labour, the police, Tory MPs and the media are looking as foolish as Johnson.
‘The GC’ had to pull out of the UK tour due to a pre-existing knee injury