Sebastian Eubank found dead on Dubai beach
Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting
Sebastian Eubank found dead on Dubai beach
Get the latest in this daily audio briefing in 10 minutes or less
Gang chased and cornered Bradley Gledhill before stabbing, stamping and kicking him to death
US vaccinations rise but White House frustrated with media ‘alarmism’. Officials say some coverage over Delta variant has been misleading and focus should be on encouraging people to accept vaccines
Kellie Harrington, 31, who progressed to the quarter finals, said she plans on keeping her job at St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin even if she wins a medal.
Quarantine hotels have seen people infect each other in adjacent rooms, warns a new Lancet paper which claims airborne transmission is being underplayed. Scientists from the University of Oxford argue that "decades of painstaking research" has revealed that "diseases once considered to be spread by droplets are airborne". They claim that reports of neighbours in quarantine hotel rooms infecting each other provide evidence that Covid-19 is spread in air - and it's transmission via this route shou
Classical home listening: Isata Kanneh-Mason; Fretwork with Iestyn Davies; Mirga at the PromsKanneh-Mason’s second album is a delight; Davies and Fretwork excel in early baroque German music; and the pick of Proms week one Isata Kanneh-Mason. Photograph: John Davis
The BBC must "love bomb" the over-75s because it needs them to make up a £50 million shortfall in licence fee payments, the chairman of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has warned. Julian Knight MP said the corporation is walking a "tightrope" of ensuring customers comply with the law, but also taking care not to alienate those on whom it relies to stay afloat. The National Audit Office estimates that the BBC has lost £50 million in the last year alone due to people failing to pay
This clip shows protesters encamping outside Downing Street, London, in solidarity with the Iranian people. Demonstrators are on hunger strike against water shortage in Iran, the crackdown on protesters, the human rights violations committed by the regime, as well as the lack of coverage of these humanitarian issues by Western media. The video was filmed on July 31.
4/5 Coupling up with Sam, Faye was assured of her position as Wronged Woman, unable to comprehend the tiny, remote possibility that the postcard had creatively altered the truth
Alex Scott has received support from colleagues, athletes and politicians.
UK came ‘perilously close’ to triage approach during Covid outbreak, warns charity boss
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and perverting the course of justice.
The Met Office warned lightning damage, thunderstorms and downpours will dampen this weekend. Hot air from Africa will bring the warm weather to Britain, AccuWeather forecaster Alyssa Smithmyer said. High pressure from the Azores will bump temperatures to the top 20Cs in mid August, Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze predicted.
Afghan and Taliban forces clashed again on the outskirts of Herat on Saturday, a day after a police guard was killed when a United Nations compound in the western city came under attack.
Guy has secured gold in the 4×200m men’s freestyle and the 4x100m mixed medley relay
Latin to be introduced at 40 state secondaries in England . £4m scheme will form part of government effort to counter subject’s reputation as elitist
Attorneys are calling on the United States to release a Chinese democracy advocate from immigration custody. They are concerned he could be deported to his homeland to face false charges, after China put a "red notice" on him via the Lyon-based Interpol organisation. Human rights advocates say this is one of a handful of cases in which China has used the “red notice” system of the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) to try to force the return of fugitives from the United States
Firemen in Italy said on Saturday they were battling for a second straight day wildfires in Sicily that reached the town of Catania, forcing people to leave their homes and the local airport to temporarily shut down. The firemen said on Twitter they had been conducting 250 operations in Sicily in the past 24 hours, of which 50 were in Catania alone. The city famous for its Baroque architecture is located on the slopes of Mount Etna on the island's eastern coast.
England’s Covid care home death toll is likely to be thousands higher than official figures show, amid claims the watchdog excluded key dates when patients were discharged from hospitals without tests. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) declared there were 39,017 Covid-related deaths across care homes in England when it published official figures for the first time in July. But care providers told The Telegraph the numbers were likely to be far higher, as only people who died with Covid between A
Worthington’s mother Sarah said her daughter still has some tricks up her sleeve.