- Actor Richard Ayoade, while making reference to the crippling train stikes attempted to answer why just 250,000 people showed up to see her Majesty's coffin.
- White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked Tuesday if President Joe Biden was responsible for gas prices going back up - after taking credit for them going down this summer.
- Danny Masterson asked a judge to delay his rape trial until after the Los Angeles mayoral race on November 8.
- Mexican actor Pablo Lyle was found guilty of manslaughter by a Miami jury on Tuesday for the death of a 63-year-old Cuban man who died in a 2019 road-rage fight in Miami.
- Blaming the pressure of the Queen’s funeral for the Conservatives’ Budgetfor the Rich is a grotesque bid by the Government to shift responsibility
- President Biden complained that the White House press corps is the 'only press in the world' that shouts questions at their nation's leader during formal events.
- Eco-campaigners have vowed to continue bringing disruption to central London (Picture: REX)Dozens of environmental protesters have been arrested during an attempt to ‘occupy’ Westminster.Protests which have brought roads to a standstill continued for a fourth day in the centre of London.The demonstrations are being led by the group Just Stop Oil in opposition to new drilling in the North Sea.A Metropolitan Police spokesperson confirmed 54 protesters were being held at various police
- The customer was impressed when she got to the tills at Aldi and saw just how much she could buy for £5 including tomatoes, pasta, rice, vegetables and Cornflakes
- Twitter said it plans to agree to the offer at $54.20 (£47.23) per share, the same price bllionaire Elon Musk previously put forward. The total value of the deal would be $44billion (£38.3billion)
- Martin Hewitt, chair of the National Police Chiefs' Council said he and his colleagues took a decision last week that officers should attend the scenes of all home burglaries.
- Rio Ferdinand heaped praise on Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold (Pictures: BT Sport/Getty)Rio Ferdinand said Trent Alexander-Arnold will ‘go down as one of the best right-backs we’ve ever seen’ and ‘break all records’ after he starred in Liverpool’s Champions League victory over Rangers.Liverpool cruised to a confidence-building win at Anfield on Tuesday night thanks to goals from Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah.Alexander-Arnold, who has come in for
Convicted sex-offender Harvey Weinstein appeared in a Los Angeles court looking pale and emotionlessHarvey Weinstein appeared in a Los Angeles court today looking ghoulish ahead of his rape trial.
- Kourtney and Travis watched Charli dance the Rumba (Picture: Disney)Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker had front row seats in the Dancing With The Star audience as they showed their support for Charli D’Amelio.The TikTok star is in a relationship with the Blink 182 drummer’s son Landon Barker, 18, who also cheered on from the sidelines.On the hit Disney Plus programme, a spin-off of the UK’s Strictly Come Dancing, Charli is paired with pro dancer Mark Ballas.So far, the duo
- Iris Jones, 83, continues to enjoy a passionate love life with her much younger boyfriend, Mohamed Ahmed Ibriham, 37, as their unorthodox relationship remains red hot, three years in
Married At First Sight UK’s April Banbury posts about ‘strength’ amid claims of ‘husband’ George Roberts’ arrestMAFS UK star George Roberts was reportedly arrested in Worcestershire last Thursday (Picture: E4)Married At First Sight UK star April Banbury returned to social media hours after reports claimed her TV ‘husband’ George Roberts had been arrested. Banbury, 33, has been coupled with Roberts, 40, in the latest series of the E4 reality programme, which marries strangers who meet for the first time on their wedding day. The programme is nearing the end of its current series and f
- Ms Dorries, a Boris Johnson loyalist to the end of his time in Downing Street, today said decisions to remove his policies 'does not fit with what is expected of a democratic state'.
- Donald Trump believes the King has 'got a great way about him' and Liz Truss will do 'very well' as Prime Minister.
- The Cabinet source said Tory MPs were going 'soft' - and questioned whether they had the stomach to deliver on the Government's radical agenda after critics forced the PM to drop tax plans.
- Brittany Higgins is set to give evidence as the first witness in the trial of a former Liberal staffer accused of raping her.
- Home Secretary Suella Braverman wants wider use of laws that allow jail terms of up to four years for anyone convicted of entering this country without permission, sources said.
- Trent Alexander-Arnold delivered an impressive display in Liverpool’s win over Rangers (Shutterstock)Trent Alexander-Arnold has brushed off criticism of his performances this season after Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Rangers in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.Alexander-Arnold gave Jurgen Klopp’s side the lead in the first half at Anfield with a brilliant free kick, while Mohamed Salah completed the victory from the penalty spot in the 53rd minute.The 23-year-old has faced h
Joe Biden announces guidelines to protect abortion access and contraception 100 days after Dobbs decisionPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris held a meeting with his Reproductive Rights Task Force on Tuesday afternoon (Picture: AP/Rex)At a meeting scheduled 100 days after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, President Joe Biden announced new guidelines to protect abortion and reproductive rights throughout the country.The President said he believed the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case was ‘wrongly decided.’More than a dozen states have passed
- The Prime Minister will use her keynote speech to the Conservative Party conference to try to unite warring Tories behind her vision of a 'new Britain for a new era'.
A high school football team held a frat boy-style mock slave auction involving some black team members – and is paying the price by having the rest of their season canceled.Members of the River Valley High School football team in California screamed at three black colleagues in their underwear in the locker room stunt.A video of the prank, with faces blurred out, shows the three bl
- Chris Kaba , an unarmed dad-to-be, died from a single shot to the head through a car windscreen on September 5 - the police marksman, known as NX121, has been suspended and is under investigation for murder
- A 72-page report from Chess.com found that chess prodigy Hans Mok Niemann, 19, cheated over 100 times. The report also found that Niemann confessed to his flagrant cheating.
- Australians drivers who have experienced trauma on the roads can order an 'R' plate to signal to other drivers they need more empathy and space.
- Retired Major-General Jonathan Shaw, pictured, said there is not much else the Russian president can do given the failure of his conventional forces.
- Robin Hendley, from Uxbridge, was waking up in the middle of the night feeling as though he was having a heart attack but doctors attributed symptoms to his mental health
All 43 chief constables in England and Wales sign landmark agreement to attend housebreaking reportsPolice chiefs have agreed for the first time to send an officer to every burgled home. The historic move commits them always to make a visit, regardless of the location and what has been stolen.
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