Mondelez Global LLC has voluntarily begun recalling some Ritz Cracker sandwiches and Ritz Bits products over concern that they may include an ingredient tainted with Salmonella. The concern is over the ingredient whey powder, which one of Mondelez's suppliers has recalled due to "the potential
Virgin customers have lost access to 10 UKTV channels following a row over fees. Free-to-air channels Dave, Drama, Home, Really and Yesterday were removed from Virgin cable boxes at midnight on Saturday after talks between UKTV and Virgin Media broke down. On-demand and catch-up programming for the
There will be plenty of dry weather, with the sunniest and hottest conditions expected in London and South East where temperatures could reach 33C (91.4F) or 34C (93.2F). "Wednesday will be warm but Thursday is more likely to reach 33C or 34C," Sky News weather presenter Isobel Lang said.
The youth was granted anonymity because the judge feared his behaviour might encourage a copycat crime. Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist, who was jailed for his part in a plot to behead police officers in Australia when he was 14 years old, is seeking to keep his identity secret by asking the
The pubs giant behind the Slug and Lettuce chain will add to its portfolio this week when it swoops for Be At One, the cocktail bars, in a £50m deal. Sky News understands that Stonegate Pub Company, which also owns the Walkabout and Yates brands, has struck a deal to buy Be At One from its founders
A three-year-old boy has been seriously injured in a suspected acid attack in a busy shop in Worcester, police say. The attack happened around 2.15pm on Saturday as the boy was on a shopping trip with his family in Home Bargains at Shrub Hill Retail Park, Tallow Hill. West Mercia Police have released
Jeremy Corbyn attends the Tolpuddle Martyrs festival in Dorset. Owen Jones (The hard right must be fought from the left not the centre, 19 July) says that a resurgent left, represented by Jeremy Corbyn could halt the rise of rightwing extremism.
Recruiting children to act as spies for the police is dangerous, say critics. The fact that police are using children as spies in covert operations can only raise a number of concerns about child exploitation (Report, 20 July). There is a fine line between this practice and the police investigations
Protest organised by the Campaign Against Antisemitism takes place in Parliament Square, London. Labour should drop its disciplinary inquiry into Dame Margaret Hodge for calling Jeremy Corbyn an antisemite, the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, has said. As Corbyn defended the inquiry, McDonnell,
Jacob Rees-Mogg has repeatedly dismissed the concerns of those worried about the financial risks of Brexit. A second investment fund has been set up in Ireland by the City firm co-founded by Jacob Rees-Mogg, after it warned earlier this year about the financial dangers of the sort of hard Brexit favoured
CCTV photo of three men police are looking for in connection with the suspected acid attack on a three-year-old boy. Police have arrested a man and are appealing for information from the public after a three-year-old boy was seriously injured in a suspected acid attack. The child was treated for serious
Students at Brusly High in Louisiana have painted their parking spots in creative styles as a senior tradition.
Supporters of Tommy Robinson protest in central London in June after he was jailed for contempt of court. A rightwing American thinktank that spent a five-figure sum on Tommy Robinson’s legal defence has said it is aware of up to four other similar organisations bankrolling a high-profile campaign to
Jeremy Wright … unlike his predecessor, he appears to be no fan of social media. The new culture secretary has a legal background, but not much more is known about Jeremy Wright, a former criminal barrister. For example we learned that Wright’s predecessor Matt Hancock liked Ed Sheeran and racing,
Astonishment was expressed at an EU meeting on Friday at Theresa May’s comments accusing bloc of seeking to ‘dislocate’ the UK. The UK will not be saved from crashing out of the EU via an extension of the article 50 negotiations unless there is a major realignment in British politics, most likely through
The Isle of Skye has been heavily promoted by Scottish tourism agencies and has featured in TV dramas and car adverts. Hotel workers on Skye have complained of being underpaid, denied holidays and given substandard accommodation as the island experiences a lucrative tourism boom. Trade union officials
Vince Cable said that under the first past the post system setting up new parties was ‘often suicidal and silly’. The Liberal Democrat leader, Sir Vince Cable, has denied he was discussing the creation of a new anti-Brexit centrist party at a private meeting on Monday that led to him missing tight votes
Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to leave the European Union are overwhelmingly opposed by the British public and more than a third of voters would support a new right-wing political party committed to quitting the bloc, according to a new poll. May's political vulnerability was exposed by
One Met police officer is under criminal investigation and three have been formally notified they are under disciplinary investigation for gross misconduct. Scotland Yard’s anti-corruption unit is facing an investigation over claims of “serious corruption and malpractice” within its ranks. The police
Britain could refuse to pay its divorce bill to Brussels if it does not get a trade deal, the new Brexit Secretary has warned. Dominic Raab, who replaced David Davis after he quit the role earlier this month, said "some conditionality between the two" was needed.