BRITAIN is braced for the hottest day of the year this week as temperatures soar.
JK Rowling, who angered nationalists by donating £1million to the No campaign ahead of the Scottish referendum, was targeted online by SNP activists.
The Art of Doing More, a pop-up exhibition in London’s Finsbury Avenue Square, features colourful works created by eleven contemporary artists, made using a Microsoft Surface 3 tablet.
The Prime Minister has promised to announce plans to scrap the Human Rights Act in his first Queen’s Speech as the leader of a Conservative majority government, expected on May 27.
The plan, driven by Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the European Commission, is “practically seen as a declaration of war”, one senior EU official said
Leading psychiatrist warns ‘sexting’ and cyberbullying could have unforeseen consequences in later life
Researchers find the gesture creates better cooperation and trust between humans – even when it is carried out by a robot
Whose Line Is It Anyway? is back, as creators approve the first official UK live show
Survey reveals children eat chocolate, smoke and drink the high-sugar beverages to get through Key Stage Two SATs
The trio of MPs all dropped heavy clues as they tried to win back voters who ‘want to shop at John Lewis and go on holiday and build their extension’