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BBC star Jeremy Vine comes under fire for shaming a 'bad pedestrian'

BBC star Jeremy Vine has today come under fire for his cycling - after he tried to shame a walker he branded a 'bad pedestrian' on a busy London street.The Radio 2...

Johnny Depp needs ‘a rabbit out of a hat’ to win US lawsuit, says media lawyer

Alex Wade, legal partner at Wiggin LLP, said the trial in Virginia was the actor’s ‘last throw of the dice’.Alex Wade, legal partner at Wiggin LLP, said the trial in Virginia was...

Extinction Rebellion protester on hunger strike and even refusing water after being denied bail

The activist, who also spent time in prison over Christmas for breaking an injunction with Insulate Britain, is even refusing water She has been denied an application for bail and

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EXCLUSIVE: Fewer than half of patients attending England's worst-performing A&E can expect to be seen and sent home within four hours. We have crunched the damning performance

Dover travel HELL as millions of Britons face gridlock traffic for busy Easter getaway

DRIVERS are facing a weekend of travel hell and motoring misery as gridlock traffic builds across the UK as travellers attempt to get away for the Easter bank holiday.At the Port...

We visit Skegness to see if it really is 'the worst' seaside town in the UK

It's the third year in a row the Lincolnshire town has ranked bottomIt must be at least six years since my last visit to Skegness or SkegVegas as it's become known due to all...

Broomhouse hit-and-run: Man seriously injured in hospital after collision with vehicle

A man is critically injured in hospital this morning after a hit-and-run incident in Edinburgh last night.The road was closed and he was taken to Edinburgh Royal infirmary, while...

Tory minister refuses to answer if he would live in Rwanda 6 times in excruciating interview

Tory minister refuses to answer if he would live in Rwanda 6 times in excruciating interviewTom Pursglove a minister at the Home Office and Ministry of Justice, appeared on Good...

Dalton Mill future as update issued after devastating fire wrecked Peaky Blinders location

Grade II* listed Dalton Mill was devastated by a fire that ripped through the historic building last month In early March a blaze at Keighley’s Dalton Mill left much of the Grade...

Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton: 55 flights cancelled on first day of Easter chaos

Good Friday set to be Easter's busiest travel day with more than 50 flights already cancelled The Easter getaway is fully underway for the first time since before the pandemic

Gemma Collins struts her stuff in a navy satin pyjama set

She seemed in high spirits while taking a stroll around Newcastle in a glamorous navy pyjama co-ord despite an early-morning wake up due to a hotel fire alarm.But it didn't dim...

Allardyce is the bookies' early FAVOURITE to succeed Dyche at Burnley

Allardyce has not been in the hotseat since he left West Brom at the end of the 2020-21 season, when the Baggies wanted him to stay after he suffered the first relegation of his...

Tories set to lose 800 council seats at next month's local elections

According to new polling, the council and local authority contests on 5 May will see a 5% swing to Labour away from the Tories. This means Labour are on course to gain about 800...

Ethical vs traditional funds - which have the performance edge?

'Genuine' consumer demand, the fund industry's embrace of responsible investing and regulatory changes will drive the popularity of this sector in future, says Laith...

8 of the worst Tory moments this week that you might have missed

8 of the worst Tory moments this week that you might have missedThis week, Boris Johnson made history - though not in a way he might have liked - an MP was found to be a sex...