- Jurgen Klopp had called Chris Wilder ‘selfish’ over his refusal to back the five-substitute rule change (Getty)Chris Wilder insists he will continue to defend Sheffield United’s interests after he was branded ‘selfish’ by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.Klopp reignited the debate over the reintroduction of five substitutes in a heated rant following Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Brighton on Saturday.The German warned that players will continue to pick up injuries i
- The SAS and SBS were training in the Welsh countryside and were neck and neck after a number of gruelling challenges, so the elite regiments took part in a baking competition
- A group of six people have been put in prison after organs from car crash and brain damage victim were removed in an ambulance and then sold to recipients for cash
- EXCLUSIVE: There has been a rise in the number of children needing hospital treatment after self harming in the last 10 years - with more than 20 treated in hospital every day last year
- EXCLUSIVE: Charlotte Charles has already lodged an appeal against the verdict, which ruled Harry's alleged killer has diplomatic immunity and is vowing to go to the Supreme Court
- The couple reunited in 2007 having previously dated for four years, however the world had to wait until November 2010 for the news that Prince William and Kate Middleton were engaged.
- Mr Morgan met Prince Charles four years ago when the scriptwriter was presented with a CBE for his services to drama after being named in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
- The order gives Metropolitan police officers the power to ask people to leave or seize weapons from anyone gathered at Cutty Sark in Greenwich.
Clare Balding reveals she refuses to cover men's football because it's 'toxic' for female presentersVeteran BBC Sport presenter Clare Balding has spoken out against the 'vile abuse' female presenters receive when covering men's football, as seen with football pundit Alex Scott.
- Horrified campaigners say Mairead Philpott, 39, should be returned to prison after her release just over half way through her 17 year sentence. She was jailed for the manslaughter of six children following the attack in Derby in 2012
- EXCLUSIVE: Aseel Muthana revealed he married Nasra Abukar, who was 18 when she fled her home in London for Syria, and told how one of their sons was killed in an air strike
- Admiral Lord West and Rear Admiral Chris Parry said programme-makers have used fictitious scenes in a sickening attempt to damage the Queen's reputation.
- Boris Johnson's mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic has changed many people’s perceptions of him and has weakened his position significantly - less than a year after his big election victory
- Prince William and Kate Middleton split up briefly in April 2007, but instead of retreating into the shadows, Kate remained in the public's eye with high profile trips to Mahiki nightclub in London.
- Richard Parker was on bail for waving a large knife around a street at the time (Picture: MEN Media)A 48-year-old man spat at several people before trying to ‘have sex’ with a metal bollard outside a Marks & Spencer store, a court heard.
Richard Parker was seen ‘exposing himself’ on the morning of July 16 in the centre of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.
At around 7.50am that day, a woman sitting on a bench says she saw him walk along to two young boys and ‘spit at them t
I’m A Celebrity 2020: Hollie Arnold insists tension in camp is ‘normal’ after Shane Richie and AJ Pritchard clashHollie Arnold said she didn’t see much drama while in the castle (Picture: ITV/Rex)I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here star Hollie Arnold has insisted tensions in camp are ‘normal’ after Shane Richie and AJ Pritchard were seen clashing.Things got tense between the pair when Strictly pro AJ made a dig at former EastEnders star Shane’s washing up skills.In an episode this week, AJ, 26, was asked to start cleaning the pots and pans around camp – which is no
- The Chancellor was a founder of investment firm Theleme - which has a £380million stake in US Covid-19 vaccine maker Moderna - before leaving for politics in 2013
- Mr Johnson 'looked askance', one source said, as Mr Gove called for London to be subject to tier 3 restrictions, despite the savage impact it would have on the capital's economy.
- On Wednesday, dopey at 5.40am, I took a right instead of a left and then made a bad decision and ended up on the main flyover of the A4 heading into London.
- Jeremy Cabral is now worth $30million and at 34makes Australia's Young Rich List. He told Daily Mail Australia his journey started at 13 when his mum bought him a coding book.
- The condition, called gluten ataxia, occurs when, for reasons not fully understood, the immune system goes haywire in response to gluten in the food and attacks parts of the brain.
- From the outset, The Crown has set out to sensationalise and distort the story of the Royal Family.
- Think of Britain, and the black cab is as iconic as Big Ben, fish and chips and red post boxes. But, sadly, the taxis - and their thousands of drivers - are on the brink of extinction.
Mel B breathes huge sigh of relief as she almost slips up on Spice Girls trivia on Michael McIntyre’s The WheelMel B was faced with a trivia question about Spice Girls hit 2 Become 1 on Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel (BBC/Andre Csillag/REX/Shutterstock)Scary Spice Mel B breathed a huge sigh of relief while appearing on Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel on Saturday night, coming close to giving the wrong answer to a question about the Spice Girls.The new BBC gameshow, which is hosted by the comedian, sees three participants join together in a bid to win a huge sum of money, receiving help from severa
- Tory Rishi Sunak is waging war on the very workers keeping Britain afloat in the pandemic as his 2021 public sector pay squeeze will hit the lowest paid who have already lost thousands
- There were ugly scenes in the French capital as night fell (Picture: Getty Images/AP)Violent clashes have broken out in Paris during protests against new security legislation.Hundreds of black-clad demonstrators fought with riot police at the end of a rally against a new law which would restrict the publication of officers’ faces. Masked protesters launched fireworks at police lines, put up barricades and threw stones before smashing shop windows and setting cars and a cafe on fire.Po
- DR ELLIE CANNON: Last week it was announced that Oxford University's jab had come good: it prevents the infection in up to 90 per cent of people.
- Calls were made to use the £220m field hospitals - built amid fears the NHS would not cope during the first virus wave - as Royal Stoke University Hospital reached crisis point
- A Deltapoll survey puts Labour on 38 per cent, with Mr Johnson's Tories on 37 per cent - the first time the party has scored below 40 per cent in the company's polls since last year's General Election.
- Oliver Dowden last night demanded that Netflix make clear The Crown is 'fiction'.
- The girls - aged one and four - disappeared from a home in Caboolture, about 50km north of Brisbane , on Saturday.
- The male suspect was captured on smartphone footage putting the racist symbols around downtown Fairfax, Marin County, Tuesday.
- EXCLUSIVE: Army chiefs launched an investigation after trainee officers went on a drunken spree in the Old College.
- Shane Richie couldn’t turn down the half a million pound payday (Picture: REX/Daz)Shane Richie opened up to his fellow I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here contestants about the mega-money deal he accepted to star in the Daz adverts, but admitted it ‘killed’ his career. The EastEnders actor admitted that he never really wanted to take part in the soap powder adverts in the mid-90s so he and his agent tried to price him out of it by asking for a ridiculous amoun
- EXCLUSIVE: Former Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir David King and independent Sage scientists issue warning as the Covid rate among children rises alarmingly
- The PM has attempted to head off a revolt by up to 100 Tory MPs this week by offering a second vote on the tough localised curbs in January, and a 'sunset clause' so they automatically expire.
- Behind the neatly trimmed hedges and Farrow & Ball-painted front doors, Rusper is hiding a surprising secret: it is home to a new breed of investment entrepreneurs.
- Authorities in Toronto, Canada, have clarified that there are 'numerous' persons of interest in the ongoing case of Barry and Honey Sherman, who were found dead inside their mansion in 2017
- Bosses at local authorities across the country are starting to remove the lanes as concern grows over traffic gridlock and ambulances being delayed while responding to 999 calls.
- Since going on sale just two weeks ago, shoppers have bought 52,000 boxes of its Chicken Doughnut Dippers and M&S are increasing production at their processing plant in Thetford, Norfolk.
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to introduce laws to stop Twitter from censoring his tweets or attaching 'health warnings' after witnessing what happened to Donald Trump in Washington.
- Anyone who attended the Intensive English Language Institute at the Flinders University Sturt Campus any time between November 13 and 28 must immediately quarantine for 14 days.
- EXCLUSIVE: There are claims the footballing icon could have been saved and that health chiefs at first feared he may have been murdered - while those around him battle for his estate
- The intervention by Baroness Stowell came after 25 MPs called for the commission to withdraw the trust's charitable status because it had committed to 'attacking Britain's heritage'.
- PETER HITCHENS: 'Lockdowns' work very well if what you want to do is to destroy a happy and prosperous society and replace it with a desert.
- Plans for England's second lockdown were leaked on a Friday night after a meeting attended by just four Cabinet Ministers, which led to a scramble at No10 to make the announcement.
- The consumption of beef conflicts with the Hindu faith as cows are considered sacred, and angry students took to social media to criticise the blunder at Christ Church.
- Tom Ross, 68, died after a building he was working in collapsed in Tralee, County Kerry on Saturday, and friends have paid emotional tributes to the grandfather
- BORIS JOHNSON: We have worked too hard, lost too many, sacrificed too much, just to see our efforts incinerated in another volcanic eruption of the virus.
- EXCLUSIVE: Astrologer Debbie Frank has detailed a breathless phone call Princess Diana made to her after the interview with Martin Bashir and says 'he exploited her in the way that so many other men have exploited her in her life'
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