GB News announces ‘exciting new talent’ joining the channel

TV star Michael Portillo will launch his own show in the autumn.The former cabinet minister, 69, joins the channel’s political team and will be launching his own programme in the...

Queen's granddaughter Lady Louise to study at same university where Kate Middleton and Prince William met

Lady Louise Windsor received her A-Level results today along with thousands of other sixth form students across the countryThe Earl and Countess of Wessex’s daughter completed her

Girl, 14, who died after getting into difficulty in Tameside water is identified

A teenage girl who died after getting into difficulty in water in Tameside has been named as Lucy Smith. The 14-year-old's body was recovered from water in Stalybridge after a

Monkeypox: councillors call for financial aid for people isolating as local authorities struggle

LGBT+ local councillors from all major parties have demanded the Health Secretary act to reduce the spread of monkeypoxThe 114 councillors, from the major UK parties and all of...

NHS Covid Pass fixed after glitch leaves travellers without vaccination records

The service resumed working at 10pm after the technical issue was resolved. The requirement for people to show the NHS Covid pass to visit indoor and outdoor events and venues,...

Most Tory party members didn't want Boris Johnson out of office, poll suggests

According to a YouGov poll, 55 per cent of members believe it was wrong to oust the PM in July amid a dramatic spate of resignations. Nearly half of them say they would vote for...

More transport misery as London Underground and bus staff begin latest walkout

Workers on the London Underground are staging a 24-hour walkout in a continued row over jobs and pensions. © Reuters Members of the RMT and Unite unions are striking today, along...

Baerbock: "People worldwide count on our help"

Every year on August 19, the "World Day of Humanitarian Aid" is committed. In this context, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is reminiscent of the responsibility of the global...

Police release CCTV of man and woman after bag containing £15,000 diamond rings go missing

In Dorset, police are hunting the whereabouts of a man and woman a woman (pictured above) after a bag with £15,000-worth of diamond rings was swiped from a Bournemouth...

Warning as two beaches closed by sewage pollution

A WARNING has been issued to the public that two popular beaches have closed after yet more sewage was discharged into the sea.The beaches affected are Bexhill and Normans Bay,...

Leeds student jailed in Saudi Arabia is being used 'to set an example' and must be 'immediately released'

A Leeds University student imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for allegedly spreading "false rumours" and retweeting dissidents' posts is being used to "set an example" and must be...

Travellers unable to show vaccination records as NHS Covid Pass goes down

Users trying to access proof of their vaccination status via the NHS App and website on Thursday found that the service was unavailable.Users trying to access proof of their...

MAGGIE PAGANO: Think Britain's got it bad? Have a look around the EU

Of the EU countries, the Baltics are seeing the biggest increases in the cost of living, with inflation in Estonia now running at 23.2 %.The Estonians are seeing the biggest...

History's most notorious poisonings

Administering poison to silence somebody has been a preferred method of assassination since antiquity. It's also a relatively quick and easy way to take your own life. But...

MARKET REPORT: Shares in casino-owner Rank on a losing streak

Rank shares fell 2.7% as its boss John O'Reilly flagged 'unexpectedly softer trading' across its casinos in the first six months of 2022.Shares in the firm dropped 3.4