Liam Payne has shared his panic over the number of nappy changes he and Cheryl have faced since the birth of their son. "Thank you to everyone for the love and supportive messages for myself and Cheryl. It really means a lot," Payne wrote.
It was her big chance to tackle the Prime Minister over Scottish independence, but Nicola Sturgeon was only "briefly" allowed to mention a second referendum before she was shut down by Theresa May, it has been claimed. The Prime Minister is understood to have dictated terms during their meeting at a Glasgow hotel, running down the clock by talking about Article 50 and a policing exercise before Ms Sturgeon tried to grab her chance at the end of their talk. The First Minister insisted there was no “rational” case for an independence referendum being delayed longer than two years because Mrs May had told her that both the UK’s Brexit and EU trade deals would be known by then.
Lots of short runs for this A3 this week, which has resulted in an inevitable drop in fuel economy. Just spent an interesting week in Toyota's C-HR, which is the kind of small SUV that is taking sales from traditional family cars such as the A3 Sportback.
After spending more than three years in prison for the offence, five of the most senior judges in Britain quashed his conviction and replaced it with one for manslaughter, recognising the extreme stresses that Blackman faced in the theatre of war. Today they reduced his life sentence to seven years. So treacherous even the padre was banned from visiting, they faced daily attacks from the Taliban and were desperately understaffed in a camp that was a "breeding ground" for mental health problems. In total, seven soldiers from the 42 Commando Royal Marines died and 45 were seriously wounded during the tour.
The French election is shaping up to be an unpredictable race, with Emmanuel Macron edging ahead of the far-Right leader Marine Le Pen in polling for the first round of voting. Centrist Macron, the former protege of Francois Hollande, is now the bookies' favourite to become French President, with the average of the latest polls showing him leading Le Pen by 0.2 points.
Warner Bros have released the first look at actress Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in the new Tomb Raider movie. Cargo pants, khaki vest and a daredevil attitude have been the character's trademarks since Tomb Raider was first introduced to games back in 1996. Photos published by Vanity Fair magazine also show Vikander wielding pieces of driftwood, a bow and an arrow.
Jonathan Biss is a thinking pianist, and his recital under the heading “Late Style” yielded rich rewards. In fact, Late Style proved a flexible concept: Chopin and Schumann died young (39 and 46 respectively), while György Kurtág, now aged 91, is still composing. As Biss quipped, the pieces he played, written when the composer was in his 70s, may eventually be considered middle-period Kurtág.
Real Madrid will reportedly test the resolve of Chelsea by tabling a world-record £100 million ($126 million) bid for Eden Hazard this summer. The La Liga giant has made contact with Chelsea over the signing of Belgian forward Hazard over the past two seasons, according to Spanish newspaper Marca, but will now reignite its interest. Hazard, the 2015 Player of the Year, looks to be guiding Chelsea to the Premier League title for the second time in three years, and his qualities have caught the eye of Real boss Zinedine Zidane.
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco is the world's third-biggest supermarket group after France's Carrefour and global leader and US giant Wal-Mart
The number of people seeking help from a leading British debt advice service hit a record high last year, reflecting a surge in borrowing by consumers and the financial strains on younger workers, the charity said on Tuesday. Last year 600,000 people sought advice from StepChange for debt problems, up 9 percent from 2015. StepChange also said the average amount of debt owed by its clients rose for the first time since the global financial crisis.
Devastating earthquakes, floods, hailstorms and wildfires, along with man-made devastation, helped push global disaster costs to $175 billion (161 billion euros) last year, reinsurer Swiss Re said on Thursday.
David Davis has refused to commit to a cap on EU citizens coming to the UK after Brexit, admitting immigration levels may need to rise "from time to time". The Brexit Secretary gave the clearest indication yet that quitting the EU may not result in the dramatic fall in net migration many Leave voters desired. Mr Davis said industries and public services dependent on migrant labour would need to be able to continue to recruit workers from overseas.
Redrow has formally abandoned its planned takeover of struggling rival Bovis Homes, saying it was not in the best interests of shareholders to raise its offer. The housebuilder made the announcement following "further analysis" after its initial approach was rejected earlier this month and Bovis terminated discussions. The statement said: "The Board of Redrow has determined that it is not in its shareholders' best interests to increase its proposal to Bovis above the level which was rejected by the board of Bovis.
Sadiq Khan comments on Daily Mail newspaper headline about Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May. The Daily Mail declared "Never mind Brexit, who won legs-it?", next to a photograph of Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
There are hopes among traders that President Donald Trump can still push through his economy-boosting agenda despite the failure of his healthcare bill
Cambodia officially banned selling and exporting locally-pumped human breast milk on Tuesday, after reports exposed how women were turning to the controversial trade to boost meagre incomes in one of Southeast Asia's poorest countries.
New York’s popular bronze ‘Fearless Girl’ statue will continue to defiantly stare down Wall Street’s ‘Charging Bull’ until 2018, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday. The city initially permitted the installation of the statue—funded by asset managers State Street Global Advisors—for one week from March 7 to commemorate International Women’s Day. The ‘Fearless Girl’ was to stay until April 2 but will now stay in place until International Women’s Day next year on March 8.
By Elaine Lies TOKYO (Reuters) - Investigators pored over a Japanese mountain on Tuesday after a massive avalanche tore through a group of high school students and teachers, killing eight, amid questions about why avalanche warnings were ignored and whether they had proper equipment. The avalanche in central Japan on Monday, which struck along some 50 metres (150 ft) of a steep slope just above a ski area, killed seven students and an instructor who were part of a 48-person group taking part in winter climbing training. Survivors told Japanese media they were training in a wooded area in Nasu, a town in Tochigi prefecture 160 km (100 miles) north of Tokyo, when suddenly there were shouts of "Avalanche, get out of here!" and voices yelling to take cover.
Phillip Schofield has said he would “love” to return to the theatre if his TV career dried up. The This Morning host - who played the titular character in Joseph And His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium in 1993 - described his time on the stage as “magical”.
Instead of synthetic waxes, think of ingredients like protective avocado butter, soothing orange essential oil and hydrating organic coconut oil that make the highly pigmented colour glide on. The outer box is made from recycled material by a women's foundation in Bali and can be recycled again.
The devastating conflicts gripping the Middle East and North Africa have left 30 million people unsure of their next meal, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation said.