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Bowling shirts, Birkenstocks and some very loud trousers. The season of the sexy dad is upon us, says Joe Bromley
Fyre Festival organizer has been moved to a half way house amid early prison release
Food Standards Agency is shut out of EU’s ’rapid alert system’ – and faces huge extra costs to build alternative defences
Another day of evidence from those who escaped the Bataclan massacre. The Paris attacks trial heard the continuing litany of shock, suffering and guilt. With merciful moments of courage, generosity and hope. It is not easy to stand in a room full of people and talk about the final seconds of your life."I started to say goodbye to my kids in my head. I wondered what it was going to be like after death."Others refused the idea of dying, at a rock concert, in Paris. "It was ridiculous, inconceivabl
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has accidentally knocked over a boy while playing football at an election campaign event. The 54-year-old fell on top of the child in Devonport, Tasmania - before checking he was not hurt and exchanging a high-five. It comes just a few days after Mr Morrison said he had been a "bit of a bulldozer" as his unpopularity became an election issue.
Red or orange rain could fall in some parts of the country amid downpours, lightning, strong winds and hail.
There is perhaps only one film star on earth who can not only pilot his own fighter jets for stunts, but can persuade the French government to tee up a flyover by the Patrouille de France, usually reserved for Bastille Day! You know who I mean don’t you? Yup, it’s Tom Cruise. At nearly 60 years of age, the enigma remains intact. How can Tom Cruise possibly have the same handsome, chiseled face he had when he first starred in Top Gun 36 years ago?It’s an understatement to say he received a warm w
Kim Woodburn tells guest 'I'd shoot you' during tense GB News debate
A Japanese man who blew a $360,000 Covid-19 handout at online casinos after receiving the cash in error will pay authorities back "bit by bit", reports said Wednesday.
A NEW laboratory-grown diamond collection is being unveiled in York as a city retailer teams up with a British fine jewellery manufacturer.
Grenfell United has criticised the Government’s proposed policy changes in response to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s recommendations.
The annual rate of house price growth slowed to 9.8% in March, the Office for National Statistics said.
An online sales tax has been proposed to ease the business rates burden on high street stores, but Marks and Spencer were not in agreement
Voting in three seats likely to be impacted by response to opening of second runway at airport
US-focused redundancies in film and TV operations follow revenue slowdown
Investigation follows the deaths of at least 12 people kept waiting after emergency calls weren’t answered on time
A 21-year-old Russian soldier facing the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded Ukraine has pleaded guilty to killing an unarmed civilian. Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin could get life in prison for shooting a 62-year-old Ukrainian man in the head in the north-eastern Sumy region on February 28, four days into the invasion. Shishimarin is a captured member of a Russian tank unit. He was prosecuted under a section of the Ukrainian criminal code that addresses the laws and customs of war.
Conor Braithwaite, 23, has been helping to treat Ukrainian soldiers on the front line for weeks.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky have welcomed a baby boy, according to multiple reports
Colombia became the first country to sign up to United for Wildlife’s Buckingham Palace Declaration last month.