Organisers confirm the world-famous scientist, whose life story was recently turned into an Oscar-winning film, will appear at the festival’s Kidz Field
Independent Police Complaints Commission finds force missed opportunity to investigate Jimmy Savile in 2008 after mishandling sexual assault claim
New research suggests seasonal changes in the immune system could explain why we are more likely to struggle with illness in the winter months
The surprising general election result has left many disability campaigners and activists in shock, with immediate welfare based allegations of all round doom and gloom in what they see as an unfair result. But the nation voted and in England at least, their welfare based desire to exclude disabled people in the name of fairness […]
A man in Thailand has been caught on CCTV attempting to have sex with a Porsche Boxster inside a garage. The car-copulator is seen checking to make sure nobody is around before opening his fly, kneeling down and rubbing himself on the white supercar. Front and back. The compulsion to engage in sexual or emotional […]
Today’s announcement by Business Secretary Sajid Javid that the Conservative Party will push ahead with punitive new plans for strike ballots isn’t just a blow for union members but for UK democracy. Politicians often say that the alternative to strikes is talking, but there is a difference between talking and negotiating. You only get real […]
‘Top Gear’ is returning – but who’s replacing Jeremy Clarkson and co? We’ve got an exclusive look at the three new presenters, thanks to David Schneider, Andrea Mann and Handface. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for […]
The footage, released by North Korean state television, claims to show the leader flying a small plane made in the country, but doesn’t show him behind the controls whilst the plane is in the air.
The former foreign secretary’s intervention comes after his brother guided Labour to its worst election defeat in almost 30 years, finishing 99 seats behind David Cameron’s Tories.
John Whittingdale’s surprise appointment as Culture Secretary sparked controversy at the BBC, with its press office re-tweeting a message criticising his voting record on gay rights.