From April mothers will be allowed to share up to 50 weeks of their maternity leave and 37 weeks of their pay with their partners
THE DRIVER of the Glasgow bin lorry that crashed and killed six people before Christmas said he thinks of the victims “every minute of every day”.
Entertainer Rolf Harris has been interviewed under caution in connection with the police inquiry set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal, it was reported on Thursday. Scotland Yard said an 84-year-old was questioned on Tuesday and Wednesday this week at a police station in Stafford, Staffordshire, by Operation Yewtree detectives in connection […]
Ed Miliband was subject to a comically cruel heckle in Plymouth on Thursday in which a Labour supporter verbally chastised the beleaguered party boss. “We shouldn’t be in Europe because we’re not getting a fair crack of the whip, because we’ve got MPs like you who won’t fight our corner,” the supporter jabbed, before hitting […]
The rope that tightened around the neck of Saddam Hussein, ending the life of the former Iraqi tyrant in 2006, has attracted bidders from a raft of potential new owners. The London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed website reported that the rope is currently owned by Iraq’s ex-national security advisor Mowaffak al-Rubaie, who was photographed with it on […]
Gareth Evans, 27, said he arrived at the Jeremy Kyle show wearing a smart jumper, but was told to swap it for a tracksuit top because it had a logo showing, and was then attacked over the outfit.
The tribute came two days after ISIS released a horrific video showing Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burnt alive while locked in a cage. King Abdullah II visited the pilot’s grieving family this morning.
Fighters from the terrorist Islamist group Boko Haram murdered villagers in their homes and at the local mosque during an attack on the north Cameroon town of Fotokol, a local civic leader said.
INCREDIBLE time-lapse footage of a major repair operation on the Dawlish railway line has been released – a year after it was ravaged by devastating floods.
THE multi-million pound cost of policing the Ecuadorian Embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is taking refuge has been blasted as an unfair use of “precious” police resources.