Christian Williams spends his life behind the wheel of a supercar as he dashes across the UK and Europe surprising people with the car of their dreams for BOTB - but this time he has a surprise of his own on the Isle of Wight.
Steve Thompson is in Hull, about to give a motivational speech to a firm of solicitors. You can imagine what they think they are about to hear. After all, the 44-year-old was a central part of the England team that won the 2003 Rugby World Cup, 19 years ago; a moment that still remains a pinnacle of the country’s sporting history. But if the lawyers lining up outside the hotel where he will speak have come expecting a flourish of anecdotes about what exactly it was the captain Martin Johnson sai
Smoke and flames rose from the rooftop of the Battery Maritime Building in New York on Saturday, September 24.The New York City Fire Department said the fire was reported at a rooftop air conditioning unit.The building houses the Governor’s Island ferry terminal as well as Casa Cipriani, a private member’s club.Ferry service to and from Governor’s Island was delayed due to the incident.Videos filmed by Twitter user @EmpireState21 show a person using a fire extinguisher to fight flames on the rooftop and billowing smoke. Credit: @EmpireState21 via Storyful
Two police officers have been left with life-threatening injuries after a crash in Suffolk. The policemen were in a police car that was in a collision with a BMW on the B1112 in Eriswell on Sunday afternoon. The driver of the BMW, a man aged in his 20s, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and driving while unfit through drink or drugs.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile towards the sea off its east coast on Sunday, ahead of planned military drills by South Korean and US forces involving an aircraft carrier and a visit to Seoul by US Vice President Kamala Harris.
The King arrived for a church service in Ballater, Scotland on Sunday morning, as the Royal Family’s period of mourning draws to a close. Charles III attended the Crathie Kirk Church, a regular place of worship for the royals when staying at nearby Balmoral.