The ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ housemates haven’t exactly had a relaxing time since entering the house, and now, it seems they are in for more drama. During Thursday night’s show, Perez Hilton continued to irritate everybody – but has he bitten off more than he can chew by taking on Katie Hopkins? Perez tells Alicia about […]
The Conservatives believe they can decapitate the Ukip “snake” by stopping Nigel Farage in his bid for Parliament next May as prospective MP for South Thanet. Ukip is hoping to secure a flock of MPs at the next general election, but doubts have been raised about the strength of Farage’s electoral support in the seat […]
In light of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, the issue of freedom of speech has arisen; whether or not there should be guidelines, especially in regards to religion – the question is: Should our freedom of speech ever be restricted? BBC’s Question Time once again created a stir on Twitter during the programme after […]
CITY banks will take part in a series of “war games” to test Britain’s resilience to the growing menace of online cyber attacks, the Prime Minister will announce today.
A TRIPLE arson attack that devastated council offices, a funeral parlour and a cottage may have been sparked by a planning application grudge.
A YELLOW “be aware” warning is again in place for much of Scotland as blizzards and gale-force winds continued to batter many areas.
SCOTTISH scientists will lead a £50million “game changing” study into improving drugs for dementia sufferers.
UK’s longest-surviving person – thought to be one of last two living subjects of Queen Victoria dies – dies in Barnsley nursing home
New figures represent improvement in casualty department waiting times, but further sign of continuing ‘unprecedented’ pressures facing NHS this winter
Proposals for the school, which would be based on the famous Harvey Milk School in New York, have been drawn up by a taxpayer-funded youth group in Manchester