Pole ‘was killed by a Superman punch from 15-year-old boy’
A 15-YEAR-OLD schoolboy killed a Polish man with a single “Superman punch”, a court was told yesterday.
'They don’t have expertise!' Frankfurt & Paris will NOT m...
FRANKFURT and Paris will struggle to match London in financial expertise after Brexit, an expert has warned in a blow to Germany and France.
‘You are a cheat & should resign!’ Lord Sugar SLAMS Jerem...
LORD Sugar has launched an attack on Jeremy Corbyn branding the Labour party leader a “cheat” and urging him to step down.
'They don't spend it on jets & Mercedes?' MP slapped down...
A THINK tank researcher has blasted the UK Government over its foreign aid commitments, calling the 0.7 per cent of gross national income spent abroad “meani...
Palestinians reject new Israeli security measures at Jeru...
Israel has removed medal detectors at the al-Aqsa mosque, but Palestinians are still unhappy with the new security measures. The Jerusalem Muslim community h...
Women at BBC ‘made to feel troublesome’ over inquiries in...
A TOP BBC radio presenter has claimed women at the corporation were made to feel “troublesome” if they asked bosses if their pay was the same as their male c...
Cows’ milk CAN be branded ‘inhumane’ after ‘landmark’ rul...
VEGANS may brand milk production “inhumane” after the Advertising Standards Authority ruled in favour of an activist group's anti-dairy campaign.
Royal Marine faces jail for plotting terror attacks, maki...
A DISSIDENT Republican who infiltrated the Royal Marines faces jail for hoarding explosives and making bombs for a chilling terror attack.
Funeral of eight-year-old Manchester Bombing victim Saffi...
THE youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing will be laid to rest today, the last funeral of the 22 people killed in the attack.
Richard Wagner's "Mastersingers" given a grim-funny take ...
The issue of anti-Semitism has long been delicately danced around at the Richard Wagner Festival, but stage director Barrie Kosky tackles it straight on - wi...
Richard Wagner's 'Mastersingers' given a grim-funny take ...
The issue of anti-Semitism has long been delicately danced around at the Richard Wagner Festival, but stage director Barrie Kosky tackles it straight on - wi...
Cardinal George Pell appears before Australian court to f...
Cardinal George Pell, the top financial advisor to Pope Francis, maintained his innocence in a sexual abuse case that has shaken the Vatican. His trial start...
9 reasons why (some) Brits hate Europe’s highest court
Brexiteers made 'taking back control' from the European Court of Justice a key issue in last summer's EU referendum.
From Russia to Syria and Iran: Do EU sanctions really work?
With the European Commission set to decide whether to impose sanctions on Poland for its efforts to take control of courts, DW takes a look at the decision-m...
US House passes Russia, Iran, North Korea sanctions bill
The bill, which was passed almost unanimously, would slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea. Yet it would likely also strain ties between the US ...
US Senate agrees to debate scrapping Obamacare.
The US Senate has narrowly voted to begin a debate on a bill to end the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.
'Brexit BETRAYAL' Nigel Farage claims Government has 'sol...
NIGEL Farage warned supporters that Theresa May’s Government has “sold out” Brexiteers by following an “open–door immigration” policy that was “dramatically ...
Barbara Sinatra dies at 90: From showgirl to philanthropist
Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of legendary American singer Frank Sinatra, has died of natural causes at her California home. In her later years, her phila...
Aluminium foil 'could be converted into biofuel ingredien...
PIONEERING technique to convert used aluminium foil into a key biofuel ingredient could help solve two major global waste and energy problems, a researcher h...
‘Detective raped daughter, 21, and assaulted mother’
A MARRIED detective sexually assaulted a mother and raped her daughter in attacks at their family home, a court heard.
London blaze horror: Thameside property development erupt...
SMOKE billowed across East London on Tuesday evening after a nine-storey building on the edge of the River Thames caught fire.
Diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040 - Governmen...
THE Government is set to reveal plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in Britain by 2040 in a dramatic bid to reduce vehicle pollution.
Happy ending for German-born girl deported to Nepal
The deportation of a 15-year-old German-born girl to Nepal earlier this year caused an uproar. Now the girl and her parents have received visas to return to ...
Revealed: Half of all TV Licence evaders nabbed during un...
Revealed: Half of all TV Licence evaders nabbed during unsocial hours BelfastTelegraph.co.uk New figures released by the organisation responsible for issuing...
US Votes for Sanctions on three countries
US Votes for Sanctions on three countries
Deila’s word is no good for me, says Ingebrigsten
Kare Ingebrigsten, the Rosenborg head coach, has confessed he doesn’t trust the intelligence given to him on Celtic by former Parkhead manager Ronny Deila. T...
US House approves Russia sanctions that handcuff Trump
The sanctions include constraints on President Donald Trump's power to ease or end penalties against Vladimir Putin's government.
Grenfell fire: Judge in second meeting with angry survivors
Grenfell fire: Judge in second meeting with angry survivors 25 July 2017 From the section London Image copyright PA Image caption Sir Martin (right) told res...
Paul Pogba claims Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still a 'leader' ...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic may not be a Manchester United player anymore but Paul Pogba says the injured striker is still having a big impact at the club. The 35-yea...
Peaty breaks 50-meter-breaststroke record twice in one day
The British swimmer capped-off a day of swimming virtuosity by shaving fractions of a second off his own record - for a second time. Records were also set by...
Vote to begin repeal process of Obamacare passes in US Se...
The United States senate has voted to begin the process of repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. The vote has begun a debate o...
US Senate votes to continue debate on health care reform
The United States Senate has voted to continue talks on health care reform, but also voted against repealing and replacing the 2010 Affordable Care Act, comm...
Gunman holds woman hostage for 7 hours as he threatens to...
POLICE have swarmed a house in Oldham where a gunman has taken a woman and children hostage.
Leasehold houses are given eviction notice
Credits  Rob Stothard/Getty Images Alt Text  Sajid Javid at Downing Street Government intervention follows ground rent scandal linked to Taylor Wim...
Body pulled from River Nith in Dumfries
Body pulled from River Nith in Dumfries 25 July 2017 From the section South Scotland A body has been pulled out of a river in Dumfries. Emergency services we...
Decision to cut £3 million from school uniform grant budg...
Decision to cut £3 million from school uniform grant budget to be reversed BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A decision to slash £3m worth of funds put in place to allo...
Hull baby ashes inquiry: 57 parents not given ashes back
Hull baby ashes inquiry: 57 parents not given ashes back 25 July 2017 From the section Sheffield & South Yorkshire Image caption Tina Trowhill started th...
DEAL DONE! Burnley sign Phil Bardsley from Stoke on two-y...
Phil Bardsley has penned a two-year deal with Burnley Tuesday, July 25, 2017 Burnley have signed defender Phil Bardsley from Stoke for an undisclosed fee. Th...
Armed police detain man at Caerphilly Bus Station
Armed police detain man at Caerphilly Bus Station 25 July 2017 From the section South East Wales Image copyright Google Armed police have detained a 22-year-...
BREAKING: Diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040 -...
THE Government is set to reveal plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in Britain by 2040 in a dramatic bid to reduce vehicle pollution.
Turkey and the EU still miles apart on membership
Turkey 'clearly is and stays a candidate country,' says Mogherini, but talks with senior ministers were tense.
EU warns Poland over law reforms
Polish President Andrzej Duda has ratified one of three judicial reform bills which have led to days of protests.
New TVR to have ‘highest power-to-weight’ in class
Credits  TVR Alt Text  TVR 2017 Upcoming sports car will be powered by a 5.0-litre V8 developed by Cosworth, reports say News Hub Tuesday, July 25,...
Appeal for witnesses after driver left in critical condit...
Appeal for witnesses after driver left in critical condition in Newry crash BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Police in Newry are appealing for information about a seri...
Juncker aims to slam the brakes on Chinese takeovers
China's buyouts of EU technology companies are now top of the political agenda.
Mauritius murder victim's parents cannot attend funeral
THE elderly parents of a Scottish woman murdered in Mauritius are too frail to travel to her funeral.
Brits can stay in Commission if no conflict of interest, ...
But UK citizens could no longer be EU ambassadors or work in the trade department.
Acid attack suspected as men targeted in Bethnal Green
Acid attack suspected as men targeted in Bethnal Green 25 July 2017 From the section London Image caption Police, fire and ambulance crews attended Two men h...
Jose Mourinho admits Wayne Rooney's influence at Manchest...
Jose Mourinho will miss Wayne Rooney’s influence around Manchester United, but has no doubt the likes of Paul Pogba will step up to lead the club into ...
'Concern' as mental health wait times double in six years
‘Concern’ as mental health wait times double in six years 25 July 2017 From the section Wales Image caption Sara Moseley said services offered ac...
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