Earlier this month, it was the top story on news bulletins. A British teenager found herself in the eye of a storm, as reporters and protesters converged on a court in Cyprus. Photographs in which she
Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian leader, refused to take a call from Donald Trump as the US president prepares to roll out his long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, a Palestinian minister said Monday.
A Portuguese hacker has claimed responsibility for leaked files that allegedly implicate Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of the former Angolan president, in murky international business deals.
Few voters are interested in niche local issues - certainly few of those Labour must win back There’s an immutable Labour Party tradition that in the aftermath of an election defeat, its leading lights
Liverpool handed reprimand from FA who say clubs were aware of plans for potential Cup replays at start of season
The Football Association issued a rare public slap down aimed at Liverpool and other critics on Monday after Jürgen Klopp attacked the governing body for arranging FA Cup replays during the new winter
The way George Orwell behaved, he seemed to have a lot of sins to expiate. He couldn’t wait to seek evidence of human degradation, dress as a tramp, toil as a hop-picker (for “starvation wages”) or serve
Kobe Bryant, who has died in a helicopter accident in California aged 41, was among the greatest players to have graced a basketball court, and was a household name to millions of fans, from Malibu to
Of course Huawei is getting an easy ride. The British establishment has been bought and paid for by China
Boris Johnson’s decision tomorrow on whether to grant the Chinese tech giant Huawei access to Britain’s new 5G system will tell us more about this administration than any other he is likely to make. It
Don't believe what they say: radio is alive and kicking. The advent of Spotify, Apple Music, podcasting and the rest was supposed to herald the passing of good old airwave broadcasting – but the statistics
Almost 1m mortgages were approved by big high street banks in 2019, the highest number since 2009 as the housing market gets back on its feet. Just over 500,000 went to home buyers - the highest since
Last week, theatre director Rupert Goold called for musical theatre to receive public funding. Goold, whose credits include the musical stage version of Made in Dagenham, said that there was “a bit of
City traders dumped shares in Rolls-Royce on Monday after it emerged that the company faces fresh problems with its Trent 1000 engine. The engine, which has already grounded a number of aircraft, has suffering
In case you missed it, Megan Rapinoe scored a fashion screamer last week. The United States football captain is the face of Spanish luxury brand Loewe, Autumn/Winter 2020, and will soon be appearing on
Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled protest plans to fly the European flag over the Scottish Government's headquarters after Britain leaves the EU on Friday. The First Minister will mark Brexit day with a speech
Chechnya 'duped Russian human rights watchdog' by presenting siblings of murdered activists as the victims themselves
Chechen authorities have used siblings to impersonate their dead brothers in order to cover up extrajudicial killings, a Russian newspaper revealed on Monday. The Novaya Gazeta newspaper and human rights
Cats are pets, not property, Battersea Cats and Dogs Home has said as it calls for new laws around "hit and runs". At the moment, drivers are required to stop and report incidents of hitting a horse, ass,
Chelsea are keeping a watchful eye on the situation of Tottenham Hotspur target Krzysztof Piatek as they line up alternatives to Edinson Cavani. Chesea have not yet given up hope of signing Cavani this
Super Bowl 2020, Chiefs vs 49ers: What date is it, what TV channel is it on and how can I watch in the UK?
It's the Super Bowl - this year between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs - the cherry on the top of the cake that has been the 2019/20 NFL season. This is the biggest game in American
John McEnroe hits out at 'crazy aunt' of tennis as Margaret Court is commemorated at Australian Open
John McEnroe described the 24-time major champion Margaret Court as a “crazy aunt” on Monday, in a vigorous protest at Tennis Australia’s decision to commemorate the 50th anniversary of her greatest year.
Osprey chick from Dorset spotted in Gambia after being the first to make 4,000 migration from southern England in over 200
An osprey chick from Dorset risked drowning, starvation or being shot on its first 4,000 mile trip to Gambia, making history as the first of the species from southern England to make the perilous journey
Daniel Stendel's influence is already clear at Hearts. A high press in a compact shape, determined tackling, attacking diamonds, forward passing options and, basically, the complete opposite of everything
Arsenal are expecting an approach from Barcelona for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the final week of the transfer window, but the Spanish club fear they will be priced out of a late deal. Barça are desperate
A civil rights campaigner who has challenged Pakistan's powerful military by raising a protest movement against alleged army abuses has been arrested. Manzoor Pashteen was held in the early hours of Monday,
Government buildings will be lit up in red, white and blue and Downing St will be illuminated with a Brexit-themed light display to mark the moment Britain leaves the European Union on Friday. The full
Leeds United are hoping the signing of striker Jean-Kévin Augustin will kickstart their flagging automatic promotion push as manager Marcelo Bielsa looks to solve a long-standing problem with his team.