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From Gary Lineker to Tim Vine the Three Lions boss took some serious flack on social media after overseeing an embarrassing defeat to the plucky…
A protest against Britain’s decision to vote to Leave is in disarray after its organisers changed it to give more support to Brexit. The “London…
Dene Michael Betteridge (pictured arriving at Leeds Crown Court today), 59, claimed he used sticks to get around because of his sciatica but was actually…
The knee-jerk accusation that it’s just typical of you to hold the opinions that you do is a hard one to answer
England are searching for their next manager and one of their greatest ever goalscorers thinks he knows the solution
The Health Secretary's move comes after Chancellor George Osborne ruled himself out of the Conservative leadership race.
Foals’ brand of fierce, amorphous rock has brought them rare success as a guitar band. As they prepare to headline Reading and Leeds, frontman talks…
A wave of new internet startups aim to do for eating out what Airbnb did for travel accommodation and Uber for taxis, with diners eating…
The TV presenter, 35, on being shy at school, motherhood and her ‘sexist’ Celebrity Juice nickname
GIBRALTAR is planning to negotiate with Brussels to protect its membership of the EU, after its citizens voted overwhelmingly against Brexit.
Warren’s presence in swing state meant to help galvanize progressives behind Clinton amid suggestions the appearance is a preview of the Democratic ticket
A glass slide fixed 1,000ft along the outside of a skyscraper in Los Angeles opens to the public on Saturday.
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Jeremy Hunt called for whoever becomes Prime Minister to be allowed to 'negotiate a deal' with Brussels. He urged a 'sensible compromise' to restrict the…
China sees dramatic shift in drug use with creation of new, synthetic drugs 100 times more potent than heroin.
Officials in the Kruger National Park in South Africa tell visitors to be careful after the animal attacked a 15-year-old.
The housemate has made no secret of his feelings for the Irish hunk
Scots scorn ‘the scoundrels who peddle division’, while their leader reassures foreign nationals following Brexit vote