China’s deadly coronavirus outbreak is dominating headlines worldwide, raising fears of a global epidemic. Since the first sufferer was struck down in the city of Wuhan – capital of Hubei province – at the end of last year, the virus has spread to major cities including Beijing and Shanghai. It has even crossed national borders, with the US, Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan all confirming cases.
The doomsday clock, which serves as a metaphor for global apocalypse, has been set to 100 seconds to midnight - 20 second closer than the previous year.
PC Stuart Outten took six blows to the head from a 2ft long rusty blade as Muhammad Rodwan lashed out at the officer in August last year.
'The bill is now law and confirms our departure from the EU on January 31,' Brexit secretary Steve Barclay tweeted.
Rodwan was found guilty of wounding with intent but not guilty of attempted murder and possessing an offensive weapon.
Brexiteer MP Natalie Elphicke said a pro-UK banner should be hung over the White Cliffs because "people voted overwhelmingly to leave Europe and reclaim our place as an independent nation".
In comments reported by Politico, Stefaan de Rynck said the next phase of the UK's departure from the EU will be more complicated.
Thomas Markle told Prince Harry that the photos of him getting measured for a wedding suit were not staged.
The 17-year-old was killed in a drive-by shooting in Tottenham, north London, in April 2018.
Canadian MP Laurel Collins said she would opposed any suggesting that the country should foot the bill for Harry and Meghan's security cost.
Amanda Solloway shared the "embarrassing" moment after raising the issue of period poverty at PMQs on Wednesday.
Increasing numbers of the unique animal are becoming stranded as rivers dry up, according to new research.
George Bamby says the couple's bid for independence has driven a demand for photos that seems to be generating its own paparazzi industry.
Experts warn that while global demand for pictures of the royal couple remains, they will struggle to keep their lives private.
Ashley Shorley was "two days away from death" after contracting the illness while staying on the Phi Phi Islands.