Channel 4 presenter’s treatment at a mosque in Streatham, south London, sparks online sexism row
Alan Barnes says it was ‘absolutely magic’ to get to thank Katie Cutler in person for the money she has raised for him in the wake of his mugging
Professor Paul Younger, who sat on a Scottish Government panel examining fracking, said ministers “completely feigned” the health and environmental reasons they used to justify the ban.
Fifty-two days after the main Umbrella Movement ‘occupy’ camp was cleared, Hong Kong protesters returned to the streets on Sunday for a pro-democracy rally. Organisers say 13,000 took part, whilst police estimated that 6,600 were present. Student protest leaders protested alongside pan-democratic lawmakers. Pro-democracy legislators have pledged to veto a proposal from Beijing ahead of […]
Sky’s producers have identified a trend in television for anti-heroes, Nordic locations and Hollywood stars transferring to TV and have duly crammed all of them in one big series. Take the best of House of Cards, The Killing, True Detective and a few others and put them all together and you get a tick-box approach […]
Natalie Bennett’s recent interview with Andrew Neil was the sort that politicians try to avoid. Neil, one of the UK’s best political journalists, understands the detail of policy and asks difficult questions about how it is to be implemented. This was no exception – Neil began by acknowledging that the Greens now had a range […]
The Six Nations is always important but in the year of a World Cup, every match takes on extra significance as coaches, players, pundits and fans alike look for indicators as to their team’s chances later in the year. Certain players while have a huge influence on their team in the next ten months and […]
A BRITISH climber has died in an avalanche in the Scottish highlands – the first fatality of the kind in two years.
Amelia Boynton Robinson was famously pictured after being violently beaten by Alabama State Troopers during an attempted protest march from Selma to Alabama’s state capital Montgomery.
Colour Sergeant James Harkess, 46, of Nottinghamshire, is to sell his Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for £120,000 to support himself financially because his health has made finding work difficult.