‘It’s a BRIBE!’ Lord Lawson warns UK will be forced into ...
BRITAIN will have to pay the EU divorce bill as a “bribe” to sweeten up Brussels for a decent trade deal, Lord Lawson said.
‘They've been drinking from OUR tap!' Tory MP mocks Junck...
TORY MP Andrew Bridgen mocked European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s beer analogy and demanded EU officials give Britain back the money it is owed.
US government goes into shutdown
Funding expires amid furious negotiations.
US government goes into first shutdown in five years afte...
Senate Democrats and Republicans have failed to reach a compromise on a short-term funding measure. It is the first time in five years that the US government...
Jamaican authorities declare state of emergency over crime
The government of Jamaica has declared a state of emergency after a rise in violent crime. The warnings are echoed on US, UK and Canadian government websites.
France outlines plans to shutter Fessenheim nuclear plant...
France is advancing with plans to close its Fessenheim nuclear power plant on the border with Germany. The French environment minister said concerns about jo...
US government shutdown begins after Senate fails to agree...
The Senate was short of the votes needed to approve a bill to keep the federal government running.
Pope Francis decries destruction of environment, corrupti...
Speaking in front of thousands of indigenous people Pope Francis decried the reckless destruction of rainforests by mining. Later, with Peru's president and ...
Trump with the sound off
The media obsesses over the president’s words, but he has always cared more about how he looks.
World’s cartoonists on this week’s events
Drawing the top stories around the globe.
British teen Kane Gamble accessed accounts of top US inte...
The teen Kane Gamble accessed highly senstive information and harassed American officials from his mother's home in England. The court said he did it due to ...
Nigel Farage ridicules 'bonkers Boris Bridge' after Johns...
BREXIT champion Nigel Farage has heavily criticised Boris Johnson for his suggestion to build a bridge between the UK and France, insisting his idea “is bonk...
The Donald Trump effect: Core supporters hungry for more
Polls may label Donald Trump the most popular unpopular president in history, a designation his staunch supporters find laughable. Some Trump fans go to extr...
Former Mexican PRI Chihuahua governor Cesar Duarte sought...
Mexico's attorney general is seeking to bring back the former governor to stand trial on corruption and electoral charges. The current governor claims that D...
British teen gained access to US intelligence operations ...
A BRITISH teenager is to be sentenced at the Old Bailey after he gained access to plans for intelligence operations in Afghanistan and Iran by pretending to ...
Canada rail disaster: Trio acquitted of criminal negligence
A Canadian jury has found three former railway workers not guilty of criminal negligence in a 2013 train derailment that killed 47 people in the province of ...
OUTRAGE as David Gauke says there won't be a legal bid to...
TAXI rapist John Worboys is set to be freed within days after ministers abandoned a bid to block his release. Fury erupted yesterday after Justice Secretary ...
Killer text-driver who mowed down motorway workers is jai...
A FOOTBALL agent who killed a workman in a motorway crash and left another paralysed was jailed for seven years yesterday.
Eating habits: We’ve ditched the dinner table for sofa an...
BRITAIN has moved to the sofa for dinner – with just 18 per cent of families eating at a table, according to research yesterday.
Hungary: 'Educate us for the 21st century!' students demand
Thousands protested outside parliament in Budapest to call for less blind memorisation of facts and more criticial thinking and creativity
When are the summer holidays 2018? When does your child’s...
THE summer holidays may feel some time away, but for those who want to start planning the summer break, these are the dates you need to know.
Dakar Rally: Stage 13
Carlos Sainz leads the pack in the 13th stage of the Dakar Rally, while Nasser Al-Attiyah pushed hard to catch him and a Peterhansel stoppage could see him t...
Teacher’s SHOCK at finding that person who stalked her fo...
A WOMAN teacher plagued by unwanted gifts from a stalker for 12 years was stunned to find he was an infatuated neighbour whose children she had taught. Louis...
Opinion: One year of Donald Trump — time for a sober exam...
The US president has been in office for a year. His critics make it far too easy for him when they unite in blind hate against all things Donald Trump, write...
Iran suspected of increasing espionage in Germany
An Iranian intelligence agency spied on German politician Reinhold Robbe for months. In an interview with DW, Robbe says he is convinced that the extent of I...
Theresa May to reassure Europe on defense in Munich speech
Brexit does not affect UK commitment to security of Continent, prime minister expected to say.
Impressive Jadon Sancho fails to paper over Dortmund cracks
Borussia Dortmund fell flat once again as they traveled to face Hertha Berlin. Jadon Sancho was a rare positive in a 1-1 draw and Dortmund's youth policy cou...
'The EU has turned UK farms into MUSEUMS!' Farmer says Br...
A BREXIT-supporting farmer has pointed out the "massive growing demand" for British agriculture outside of Europe as sign of post-Brexit opportunity.
'What do we get back?' Banking expert blasts 'GIVEAWAY Ma...
PRIME MINISTER Theresa May should not have allowed French President Emmanuel Macron to demand more money to strengthen security measures in Calais, European ...
'Gangster jihadist' rapper who married FBI translator kil...
Known during his German rap career as "Deso Dogg,” Denis Cuspert has died fighting in Syria, according to reports.
Horror as woman and girl, 9, 'sprayed with noxious substa...
Womens' March Global seeks big turnout on Sunday
A year of the Trump administration has given women plenty of food for thought, and many of them feel sick.
Outcry as SNP Government closes one of Scotland busiest k...
ONE of Scotland’s busiest children’s wards is to be closed by the SNP Government, despite Nicola Sturgeon pledging on TV there were no plans to do so.
Manchester City resigned to lose out on Sanchez
City manager Guardiola has said that he wishes good luck to Sanchez for any move he makes from Arsenal, which looks like it will be to Manchester United
Brexiteer MEP claims Farage was 'left bewildered by Barni...
A Brexiteer MEP has said Michel Barnier's task is not to negotiate with Britain, but to "nobble at our economy for 30 years".
Early cut for many workers as snow hits country
SCOTLAND’S Transport Minister told workers to start the weekend early last night due to a grim forecast for snow. Humza Yousaf said he had been in talks with...
Germany halts weapons exports to parties in Yemen conflict
Saudi Arabia buys hundreds of millions in military equipment from Germany each year. More than 5,000 civilians have died in the proxy war between Riyadh and ...
Merkel, Macron pledge to drive forward European reform
Leaders also plan to deepen bilateral cooperation with new treaty.
Hamburg's debt-hit archdiocese to close over one-third of...
The Hamburg archdiocese is planning to close eight of the 21 Catholic schools it runs in the northern German port city in an attempt to stop itself from fall...
France's Emmanuel Macron pins pro-EU reforms success on '...
France cannot enact pro-European reforms without Germany's involvement, the French president said after meeting with the German chancellor. Macron urged Germ...
Ger-pocalypse now?
Failure to form a new German government would spell the end for Angela Merkel and spark a political earthquake across Europe.
How do you fight back against online harassment in Germany?
German journalist Richard Gutjahr has long been fighting back against the online harassment directed at him and his family. Now there are new anti-abuse laws...
TV watchdog urged to probe 'misleading' SNP Monty Python ...
BROADCASTING watchdog Ofcom has been urged to launch a probe into an SNP party political broadcast over claims it breached accuracy rules. The row centres on...
'Lives will be destroyed' Ireland accused of SILENCING eu...
THE Irish political class risk "destroying lives and bringing down hell" if they continue to avoid challenging the country's relationship with the EU, accord...
Bundesliga Live: Hertha Berlin vs. Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund may be missing leading goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but they'll still be expected to pick up three points in the capital. It's been...
Shinji Kagawa rescues point for Borussia Dortmund in Berlin
Borussia Dortmund's difficult start to 2018 continues after they needed a goal from Shinji Kagawa to rescue a point in Berlin. The Japanese midfielder's head...
Landowners panned over fee for gold prospectors
A ROW has broken out after a Sutherland estate introduced charges for gold panning following claims the precious ore is being sold on eBay. The Suisgill Esta...
Report: Crime prediction software less accurate than rand...
A popular program called COMPAS claims it can predict if criminal defendants will commit more crimes, and has been used by judges across the US. However, a n...
Ex-pole dancer Natasha Gordon who left 'suicide pact pal ...
A FORMER pole dancer who made a suicide pact with a postman she met online only to flee at the last moment leaving him to die alone was jailed for four years.
China, Russia outpace terrorism as greatest threat to US,...
The US has classified China and Russia as its main military competitors in a strategy document. Moscow has dismissed Washington's defense policy as "imperial...
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