UK News

International chemical weapons watchdog to take samples of Salisbury nerve agent on UK visit

Chemical weapons experts will travel to Britain on Monday to begin an international investigation into the Salisbury poisoning.


Mark Zuckerberg asked to give evidence by Commons committee over data sharing

Mark Zuckerberg will be asked to give evidence at a Commons committee examining allegations of unauthorised sharing of Facebook user data, an MP has said.


D'oh! Driver caught with Homer Simpson licence in Milton Keynes

Perhaps the driver thought he would never be stopped. Or that traffic officers do not watch The Simpsons. Or that Homer Simpson really does live in Milton Keynes.


Large fire engulfs mill in Greater Manchester

More than 50 firefighters were called to tackle a blaze in "extremely difficult conditions" at a mill in Greater Manchester.


Showbiz News

Monty Python star Terry Gilliam says #MeToo movement has 'got silly'

Hollywood director and Monty Python member Terry Gilliam has hit out at the #MeToo movement, arguing that while some women have suffered sexual harassment, others have used perpetrators to further their careers.


Rihanna attacks Snapchat over advert that 'joked' about domestic violence

Rihanna has slammed Snapchat for "intentionally" shaming victims of domestic violence.


Danny Boyle confirms he is working on script for Bond 25

The director of Trainspotting has confirmed he is writing the script for the next James Bond film.


Jim Bowen and I 'just blended' - Bullseye commentator Tony Green

Tony Green provided voiceovers and commentary on TV quiz show Bullseye - hosted by comedian Jim Bowen who has died at the age of 80. Here, Tony pays tribute to the man he "admired" so much.


Sports News

Cardiff boss Neil Warnock describes Derby postponement a 'disgrace'

Cardiff boss Neil Warnock has described the decision to postpone their fixture against Derby in the Championship as a "disgrace".


Andrew Strauss praises Ben Stokes' courage ahead of New Zealand Test series

ECB director of cricket Andrew Strauss has praised Ben Stokes' courage and determination ahead of the upcoming two-match Test series against New Zealand.


Darron Gibson suspended by Sunderland after drink-driving charge

Sunderland have suspended midfielder Darron Gibson following his charge over drink-driving on Saturday.


Jose Mourinho says Manchester United players were 'scared to play' against Brighton

Jose Mourinho said he believed some of his players were scared to play during <a href=''>Manchester United's 2-0 win over Brighton in the FA Cup quarter-finals</a>.


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