Spoken word artist Isaiah Hull performs his poem Bled Nose Day in an exclusive vlog for HuffPost UK. His poem is part of the BBC’s Contains Strong Language campaign – and Isaiah will be performing his poem on BBC Radio 2 Jo Whiley’s show on National Poetry Day (Thursday 28 September). Contains Strong Language is […]
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Labour will end period poverty if it gets into power by handing out free sanitary products in schools, foodbanks and homeless shelters. The party says it wants all women, regardless of age, social status or background, to be able to easily access the hygiene products they need. Shadow women and equalities minister Dawn Butler will […]
1. NORWAY? NO WAY The inherent problem with last year’s Brexit referendum was that its binary In/Out choice meant Leave voters could only tell us what they didn’t want (to be in the EU) – not what they did want. And just as the ‘Vote Leave’ campaign refused to specify a vision for post-Brexit Britain, […]
‘EastEnders’ bosses have confirmed a huge fan theory, revealing that James Willmott-Brown, played by William Boyde, is back in Albert Square. Friday’s (22 September) episode saw James revealed as the mysterious Chairman Max Branning has been working far, but that’s not his only connection to Walford. As many fans had speculated, James is also the […]
Cressida Dick, the Commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police, said the device left on the tube train was ‘very, very dangerous’ and the carnage ‘could have been so much worse’.
The capital’s transport authority today announced the firm was barred from working in the city over ‘its approach to reporting criminal offences’.
A flaming fuel tanker that bounces, a souped-up Dodge Charger and a bright orange Lamborghini will feature in an explosive show based on The Fast and Furious starting in London.
The PM used a crucial speech in Florence to declare that Britain will cover the huge hole left in Brussels’ finances by our departure until the end of 2020 – potentially another 20bn euros.