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The oldest hatred has awoken under the Labour Party, says FREDERICK FORSYTH
THERE is nothing in the least bizarre about Labour’s swerve to anti-Semitism. It is as predictable as night ­following day. The key word to note is “fanatic”.
today 01:05
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 3 cast: Who is in the cast?
THE MARVELOUS MRS MAISEL is back as season 3 has been dropped on Amazon Prime today (December 6). So who is in the cast of the latest series?
today 00:02
Brexit Party polls: How many seats will the Brexit Party get? Latest electoral forecast
NIGEL FARAGE’s Brexit Party faced a blow today when three MEPs resigned the whip to back Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s push to “get Brexit done”. But just how many seats will the Brexit Party get in next week’s election? Here is the latest electoral forecast.
today 22:59
Brexit betrayal: Boris Johnson's fury over Corbyn plot to ‘fiddle’ EU exit with 2nd vote
BORIS JOHNSON has accused Jeremy Corbyn of plotting to “fiddle” a second referendum in favour of Remain by giving the vote to two million EU citizens.
today 22:59
Riverdale season 4, episode 9 promo: what will happen next?
RIVERDALE season 4 has proved one of the show’s most popular yet. But what is going to happen next in episode 9?
yesterday 20:53
Big Bang Theory plot hole: When did Sheldon first meet Bernadette? Fans spot error
THE BIG BANG THEORY provided plenty of laughs through its 12-season run thanks to fan-favourite characters Bernadette and Sheldon. However, a plot hole discovered in the latter seasons has thrown doubt over when the pair first met.
yesterday 19:50
Prince William praises Queen for making a difference in a ‘man’s world’ - ‘She’s done it’
PRINCE WILLIAM praised his grandmother the Queen for having left a mark in public service despite living in a “man’s world”.
yesterday 19:50
How to live longer: Following this diet once a month could increase your life expectancy
HOW TO live longer: Years of research on this topic has suggested that the foods you eat can greatly impact life expectancy. Now a study lifts the lid on a different approach to food intake and how it can impact life longevity. What is the best diet to increase life expectancy?
yesterday 19:50
Cambridgeshire police asked to arrest Turkey's Erdogan for war crimes
The authoritarian president visited a new eco-mosque in Cambridge
yesterday 18:47
Editorial: Brexit Party defections show up its Tory character

THE decision of three Brexit Party MEPs to throw their lot in with the Tories is further confirmation that Nigel Farage’s latest vehicle is an enemy of Britain’s working class.

This might not come as shocking news. Farage is on record calling for Britain to move from the NHS to a

yesterday 18:47
EU Commission defends Eurobarometer methodology

The EU Commission on Thursday (5 December) defended the methods of its public opinion surveys in response to criticism that the low rate of responses could lead to bias towards the EU.

The commission regularly conducts public opinion surveys, the Eurobarometer, on a range of topics across

yesterday 16:56
Priscilla Presley: ‘Elvis would NOT take selfies if alive today, he loved his privacy’
ELVIS would shun social media and selfies if alive today due to his love of privacy, claims his wife Priscilla Presley.
yesterday 16:41
John Lennon vs Paul McCartney: McCartney exposes TRUTH about feud and The Beatles split
JOHN LENNON’S The Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney spilled all on the truth behind their post-break-up feud in a newly unearthed interview.
yesterday 16:41
How Jeremy Corbyn 'accidentally groped Emily Thornberry in most awkward high five ever'
JEREMY CORBYN accidentally slapped Emily Thornberry in the chest after an attempted high five went horribly wrong after the result of the 2017 general election was announced.
yesterday 15:38
Your car insurance could be invalidated by guessing this - half of drivers not aware
CAR INSURANCE policies can be easily invalidated if motorists break the terms and conditions of an agreement they signed up to. Insurance providers could refuse to pay out on claims in the event of an accident if a policies basic terms are not adhered to,
yesterday 15:38
Brexit Party loses four MEPs to Conservatives

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Brexit Party said on Thursday that four of its elected members of the European parliament (MEPs) had left the party to support the governing Conservatives in the British election on Dec. 12.

The Brexit Party was set up in early 2019 by Nigel Farage,

yesterday 15:05
Timmermans warns on cost of inaction on climate

The European commissioner for the Green Deal, Frans Timmermans, warned on Thursday (6 December) that although the fight against climate change requires a huge investment from the public and the private sector, "the costs of non-action are tremendously high".

"All levels of government will

yesterday 14:50
Princess Anne snub: What really happened with Princess Anne and the Queen?
PRINCESS ANNE was recently praised on social media for what appeared to be a “sassy” response to being expected to greet US President Donald Trump by her mother Queen Elizabeth II. But what really happened in the viral video?
yesterday 14:35
Annunziata Rees-Mogg reveals role brother Jacob played in decision to quit Brexit Party
ANNUNZIATA REES-MOGG discussed the role her brother Jacob Rees-Mogg played in her decision to quit the Brexit Party to endorse Boris Johnson ahead of the upcoming general election.
yesterday 14:35
NASA: Asteroid longer than FIVE double decker busses to scrape Earth TOMORROW
AN ASTEROID longer than five double decker buses will come close to Earth tomorrow and NASA will be on the lookout for the major space rock.
yesterday 12:29
Brexit Party loses four European lawmakers to Conservatives

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Brexit Party said on Thursday that four of its elected members of the European parliament (MEPs) had left the party to support the governing Conservatives in the British election on Dec. 12.

The Brexit Party was set up in early 2019 by Nigel Farage,

yesterday 11:56
Apple Music: How to make Spotify Wrapped 2019-style playlist of most played songs
SPOTIFY has unleashed its hugely-popular Spotify Wrapped 2019 feature, which reveals some key statistics around your music library, including your most played artists, bands you've discovered within the last twelve months, as well as a playlist of your most played tracks of 2019. If you're an Apple Music subscriber, don't look jealously at all the screenshots of Wrapped circulating on social media – create your own version. Here's how...
yesterday 11:26
Wife of billionaire Pippa Middleton shows off £250,000 engagement ring with mum Carole
PIPPA MIDDLETON, 36, is the sister of Kate Middleton. She married her husband James Matthews in 2017. Last night she flashed her £250,000 engagement ring.
yesterday 10:23
Nigel Farage FURY as Brexit Party MEPs quit… including Annunziata Rees-Mogg
THREE more Brexit Party MEPS - including Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sister Annunziata - have sensationally quit in order to endorse Boris Johnson’s Conservatives in an indication that all is not well behind the scenes of Nigel Farage’s fledgling political outfit.
yesterday 10:23
Israel's foreign minister says he hopes Corbyn loses British election

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel’s foreign minister said on Thursday that he hopes Jeremy Corbyn loses next week’s British election, citing allegations of anti-Semitism buffeting the Labour Party leader.

With Israel in political disarray of its own after two inconclusive

yesterday 09:50
Prince Philip fury: Duke ‘told Prince Andrew to take your punishment’ after BBC interview
PRINCE ANDREW had a showdown with the Duke of Edinburgh, who told him to “take your punishment” after a damning BBC interview caused outrage and he was forced to step down from royal duties, it has been claimed.
yesterday 09:20
Corbyn's BIG LIE: Economists give devastating PROOF Labour's £6.7k is 'nakedly deceitful'
LABOUR’s “nakedly deceitful” calculations, on which shadow chancellor John McDonnell bases his “rip-off Britain” claims, “collapse like a souffle” on closer scrutiny, the Centre for Policy Studies’ Robert Colvile, has said.
yesterday 09:20
State pension age? Martin Lewis explains how millions may be missing out on £4,500 a year
STATE PENSION age is the age at which an eligible person can claim the state pension, and those who have reached this age may be able to get a cash payment which is worth up to £4,5000 per year, as Martin Lewis explained on Good Morning Britain today.
yesterday 08:17
Christmas scam: Cybersecurity expert issues WhatsApp and text message warning
CHRISTMAS greetings are something which many people will send during December, be that via a Christmas card or by using a telephone device. With the countdown to Christmas Day well and truly on, a cybersecurity expert has issued a warning about watching out when exchanging messages via WhatsApp and texts.
yesterday 06:11
NASA shock: Tensions erupt with India over Vikram Lander crash site on the Moon
TENSIONS are erupting between NASA and India’s ISRO space agency as the company revealed that they knew their Moon lander’s crash location well in advance of NASA’s images of the site, which were released publicly this week.
yesterday 03:02
Daily News
Steven Gerrard can kickstart Rangers trophy streak with Celtic final victory - just like Graeme Souness says Ian Durrant

Ian Durrant admits the comparisons for Steven Gerrard on Sunday and the 1986 League Cup Final that became the catalyst for the Rangers revolution under Graeme Souness are uncanny.

Two men arriving from Liverpool desperate to put their first trophy in the cabinet and huge characters intent

today 02:20
Sturgeon calls for 'trust' in SNP after damaging reports on public services

Nicola Sturgeon faced a sobering reality check on public services before boarding an SNP battle bus in a nationwide push for votes.

The party leader was grilled in a difficult First Minister’s Question session at Holyrood on policing, education and the NHS one week before the general

today 02:20
Royal heartbreak: Meghan Markle posts emotional tribute after weeks away from limelight
MEGHAN MARKLE has sent Instagram into meltdown once again with a heartbreaking update while on her six-week hiatus from royal duties.
today 02:08
Lee Radford names the two Hull FC players who have surprised him in pre-season

The Black and Whites are now five weeks into pre-season

Lee Radford has identified Lewis Bienek and Liam Harris as two of the players who have caught his eye the most over the off-season.

Both players spent periods away from the club out on loan last season, but they have been

today 01:20
Lee Radford names the two Hull FC players who have surprised him in pre-season

The Black and Whites are now five weeks into pre-season

Lee Radford has identified Lewis Bienek and Liam Harris as two of the players who have caught his eye the most over the off-season.

Both players spent periods away from the club out on loan last season, but they have been

today 01:20
Royal secrets revealed: Kate lets slip what Christmas tree the royals put up in the Palace
KATE, Duchess of Cambridge has given a rare insight into what Christmas is like inside the royal family, during a visit to a farm in Buckinghamshire.
today 01:05
Kate Middleton Christmas: How do Prince George, Charlotte and Louis spend christmas?
KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE and her family are expected to spend a traditional Christmas together this year, but separate of the rest of the Royal Family. How do Prince George, Charlotte and Louis spend Christmas?
today 01:05
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 3 release date: How many episodes?
The MARVELOUS MRS MAISEL has returned for its 3rd season after a year-long wait. But how many episodes are in this series?
today 01:05
Alesha MacPhail: Murder could not have been predicted says report
THE murder of Alesha MacPhail by teenager Aaron Campbell could not have been predicted by authorities, according to a review.
today 01:05
You’re either pro-Britain or pro-Brussels - you can’t be both, says FREDERICK FORSYTH
THERE are two conflicting and contrasting mindsets in what Malraux called “the human condition” and they are very present in our country. By “mindset” I mean attitude, tendency, inclination or predilection.
today 01:05
Impeachment shock: How Joe Biden backed Bill Clinton in 1998 proceedings
IMPEACHMENT hearings are reaching an important stage as House speaker Nancy Pelosi heads the effort to oust President Donald Trump from office, but Democrat opponent Joe Biden, who is at the centre of the current storm, helped Bill Clinton stay in office back in 1998.
today 01:05
UK earthquake latest: Somerset town rocked by magnitude-3.4 'mini quake'
SOMERSET has just been rocked by a shock earthquake with a magnitude of 3.4, according to local reports.
today 01:05
BBC Question Time LIVE: Brexiteer Tice rips into Labour and Tories over spending plans
BBC QUESTION TIME returned live tonight from Hull, in the penultimate week before the UK goes to the polls for the General Election next Thursday.
today 01:05
Baby Jesus decapitated after vandals wreck church’s nativity scene

Two teenagers have been charged after baby Jesus was found decapitated in a church’s nativity scene.

The boys, aged 13 and 17, are also accused of damaging two wise men and a donkey at St Nicholas Kirk in Aberdeen.

Baby Jesus’ body was also smashed in half during the

today 00:02
'INCREDIBLY RECKLESS!' Corbyn's spending policies brutally destroyed in ITV interview
JEREMY CORBYN was stunned when ITV's Julie Etchingham attacked the Labour Party's huge manifesto spending pledges as "reckless" promises that people in the country "fear".
today 00:02
I’m A Celebrity 2019: Who was voted off tonight? Who left on Thursday?
I’M A CELEBRITY 2019 saw another famous face leave camp tonight as the final 7 were reduced to 6. So who was voted off on Thursday, December 5?
today 00:02
Germany car crisis: Automobile industry continues to suffer with 70,000 jobs at risk
GERMANY is embroiled in a fresh trade crisis as Berlin’s car industry continues to die with new analysis showing 70,000 jobs are now at risk.
today 00:02
'You're AGAINST this country!' Corbyn skewered over his support for terrorists
JEREMY CORBYN faced accusations of being "against the country" by social media users as ITV's Julie Etchington asked him about the groups he has shared a platform with.
today 00:02
Latest news from Great Britain
today 02:08 Royal heartbreak: Meghan Markle posts emotional tribute after weeks away from limelight
today 01:20 Lee Radford names the two Hull FC players who have surprised him in pre-season
today 01:20 Lee Radford names the two Hull FC players who have surprised him in pre-season
today 01:05 Royal secrets revealed: Kate lets slip what Christmas tree the royals put up in the Palace
today 01:05 Kate Middleton Christmas: How do Prince George, Charlotte and Louis spend christmas?
today 01:05 The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 3 release date: How many episodes?
today 01:05 Alesha MacPhail: Murder could not have been predicted says report
today 01:05 You’re either pro-Britain or pro-Brussels - you can’t be both, says FREDERICK FORSYTH
today 01:05 Impeachment shock: How Joe Biden backed Bill Clinton in 1998 proceedings
today 01:05 UK earthquake latest: Somerset town rocked by magnitude-3.4 'mini quake'
today 01:05 BBC Question Time LIVE: Brexiteer Tice rips into Labour and Tories over spending plans
today 01:05 The oldest hatred has awoken under the Labour Party, says FREDERICK FORSYTH
today 00:02 Baby Jesus decapitated after vandals wreck church’s nativity scene
today 00:02 'INCREDIBLY RECKLESS!' Corbyn's spending policies brutally destroyed in ITV interview
today 00:02 I’m A Celebrity 2019: Who was voted off tonight? Who left on Thursday?
today 00:02 Germany car crisis: Automobile industry continues to suffer with 70,000 jobs at risk
today 00:02 'You're AGAINST this country!' Corbyn skewered over his support for terrorists
today 00:02 Inside Edge season 2 streaming: How to watch online and download
today 00:02 The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 3 streaming: How to watch online and download
today 00:02 Inside Edge season 2 cast: Who is in the cast?
today 00:02 Corbyn to be crushed in north and midlands: Betting surge shows 48-seat Tory majority
today 00:02 Nicola Sturgeon admits disappointments in education survey
today 00:02 Daily horoscope for December 6: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast
today 00:02 ‘Brexit Party is not finished!’ Farage urged to stand firm at election after 4 MEPs quit
today 00:02 The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 3 cast: Who is in the cast?
today 22:59 Farage flounders while quizzed on Brexit Party candidates’ Islamophobic comments
today 22:59 Man charged with murder after boy, 12, killed in ‘deliberate’ hit-and-run
today 22:59 Destiny 2 down with error code Tapir - Bungie server news latest
today 22:59 Freddie Ljungberg a dejected figure as Arsenal reach new depths of misery against Brighton
today 22:59 'Only option is Boris' MEP warns of 'Marxist' Corbyn after resigning from Brexit Party
today 22:59 Meghan Markle latest: Where is Meghan Markle? Is she in the US with mum Doria?
today 22:59 Melania Trump humiliated: Michelle Obama is 'better' – schoolchildren savage FLOTUS in UK
today 22:59 Boris Johnson’s Brexit promise: I’ll get free trade EU deal sorted in 12 months
today 22:59 Norovirus symptoms: How the winter bug is spread - how long are you contagious?
today 22:59 Ivanka Trump: First Daughter went to prison with bizarre guest 'she’s scared to death'
today 22:59 EU shame: New Brussels boss Ursula von der Leyen gets salary increase on FIRST working day
today 22:59 Brexit Party polls: How many seats will the Brexit Party get? Latest electoral forecast
today 22:59 Brexit betrayal: Boris Johnson's fury over Corbyn plot to ‘fiddle’ EU exit with 2nd vote
today 22:26 Labour accuses BBC of bias in election coverage
yesterday 21:56 Jeremy Corbyn insists he’s ‘not scaremongering’ over sale of NHS
yesterday 21:56 Nigel Farage wife: How Brexit Party leader married nurse after nearly losing his leg
yesterday 21:56 Kate Middleton: Duchess of Cambridge is ‘so bad’ at this one thing when travelling abroad
yesterday 21:56 Rick and Morty plot hole: The 3 biggest blunders and when they happened?
yesterday 21:56 German activists apologise for using Holocaust victims remains in anti-Nazi installation
yesterday 21:56 Owen Jones SAVAGED after gushing about Jeremy Corbyn on ITV leaders interview
yesterday 21:56 Alien exoplanet orbiting white dwarf ‘evidence planets can survive death of its star’
yesterday 21:56 South China Sea crisis: Beijing accused of laser attacks on Australian military aircrafts
yesterday 21:56 Santa’s helper! Kate surprises child by helping her compose letter to Father Christmas
yesterday 21:56 Marco Silva sacked by Everton following Liverpool defeat in Merseyside derby
yesterday 21:56 I’m A Celebrity 2019: Ant and Dec forced to step in as Kate Garraway breaks down in tears
Editorials

UK house prices are showing signs of life. Nationwide data shows that the average price of a home rose 0.8% on the year in November, the fastest pace since April. With inflation running at 1.5% and wage growth at 3.5%, that means that prices are slowly falling in real terms and becoming more

yesterday 19:02

THAT’S right. The Prime Minister believes that the Iraq war increased the risk of terrorism in Britain. 

He is one of several leading Conservatives who have expressed that view — based on the judgement of British intelligence, the police force and the Civil Service. 

In July

yesterday 18:47
Labour are committed to restarting South Wales' massive energy infrastructure project, but is it good value for money?
yesterday 17:59
If the improvement in Labour's polling now stalls or reverses, it seems likely that this scandal will be part of the reason why.
yesterday 17:59

The struggling fashion retailer Ted Baker has found “another banana to slip on”, says Camilla Canocchi on This Is Money. The stock fell to a ten-year low this week after it admitted that it had overstated the value of its inventory by around £25m.

The group has called in lawyers and

yesterday 17:59

“Mount Tariff erupts again”, says The Wall Street Journal. Just when you think that US president Trump’s trade war antics have gone dormant, “there he goes again”.

This week the US president unleashed surprise tariffs on Brazilian and Argentine steel imports. He also proposed up

yesterday 17:59
Perhaps the popularity or otherwise of local council control is a form of reassurance for people thinking of switching parties.
yesterday 14:50

Why do some companies fizzle out and fade away while others build on a strong start? Dr Mike Tubbs looks at the key factors behind sustainable success and highlights his favourite consistent performers.

What makes a company successful? Consistent profitability. And what is the key

yesterday 14:50

A century ago, Argentina was economically on a par with France and Germany. Left-wing populism may now have irretrievably ruined it, says Max King.

There is no mystery about the route to national prosperity: a high level of domestically

financed investment supported by respect for

yesterday 14:50
This complex and exceptional book explores the legacy of the “desk killer”.
yesterday 10:38
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