The Queen is facing a revolt by her staff (Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images) More than 100 people who work for the Queen are calling for industrial action over low pay and additional hours. The dispute affects around 120 union members who work at Windsor Castle’s visitor services, including guides and kitchen staff. They argue that many take on […]
Urgh, don’t touch it! (Picture: Media Wales) We don’t know why a huge Mexican tarantula was found wandering around a park in South Wales. But we can only assume spiders have conspired to commit mass identity fraud and fooled UK Border Force with fake passports. And if we can’t trust the Home Office to detect Mexican […]
Robin Williams’ widow and children have been ordered by a judge to attempt to resolve their dispute over personal items belonging to the late actor outside of court. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Andrew Cheng told lawyers for both sides during a hearing to meet and use a mediator if necessary, before returning to court […]
Alex Younger, the head of MI6, warns that globalisation has a dark side as terrorists exploit new technology
Watch the moment a motorcyclist is caught doing 148mph, while carrying a passenger on the back of his bike, on the M11
Mike Overd was fined £200 for quoting a passage from the Old Testament which condemns homosexuality
The Yorkshire-born terror suspect admits trying to set up a training camp in Oregon
Andreas Lubitz had reportedly been living ‘on the edge’ because he feared his deteriorating vision, possibly due to a detached retina, would cost him his pilot’s licence.
The Prime Minister will use a speech on the steps of Downing Street to warn that voters will face a ‘stark choice’ about who will enter Number 10 after polling day on May 7.
Gusts peaked at 62mph yesterday and damaged the famous Father Time weather vane at Lord’s cricket ground