The four surviving copies of Magna Carta have been united in London for the first time. The document – one of the first steps in the journey towards parliamentary democracy – will go on show at The British Library in central London as part of its 800th anniversary in June this year. The documents will […]
There are Oscar predictions – and there are predictions about what will actually happen at the Oscars. And today, ladies and gentlemen of the Academy, we’re concentrating on the latter. Here are our 21 predictions for this year’s – and possibly any year’s – Academy Awards. And the nominees are… All GIFs: Giphy.com
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has announced a “war on illiteracy and innumeracy” – which will include new maths and grammar tests for 11 year-olds. Here’s a first look at the new exam: (By David Schneider and David Beresford)
Travel disruption as snow falls across the country with major delays on roads and trainlines, including West Coast mainline – follow latest updates
While other parts of the UK have been freezing for weeks, London has finally experienced its first snow of 2015 – prompting great excitement and a little mockery
Two sculptures are to be unveiled today at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge as the only surviving bronzes by Michelangelo.
Basil Ramadan used an AK-47 to gun down ISIS militants at a checkpoint in Tikrit, Iraq, in revenge for the death of his son Ahmed Basil, 18, was one of eight men executed by ISIS in January (pictured).
Beth Garvey and boyfriend Alex Troth from Swindon in Wiltshire donned dinosaur and Pokemon onesies to visit London’s Natural History Museum but were ordered to remove the costumes.
The Briton, who has not been named, had served in the Royal Navy’s elite unit for more than a decade and recorded most of his kills during a six-month tour of Afghanistan in 2006/7.
Father John Cribben thought a cleaning firm would be too expensive (Picture: Ross Parry) An elderly priest who didn’t want to hire a firm to clean his church has died after falling from a ladder. Father John Cribben, who had been priest at Our Lady and St Patrick’s Church in Walton-le-Dale near Preston, Lancashire, for […]