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Prince Harry’s mental health series with Oprah Winfrey will partly be filmed in UK
PRINCE HARRY's mental health series with Oprah Winfrey will partly be filmed in the UK, one of the charities involved has confirmed.
today 01:50
Britain on the BRINK: Expert says 400,000 UK coronavirus death prediction 'not absurd'
British scientist professor Neil Ferguson, who is currently leading the fight to stop the coronavirus gave a worrying verdict on the alarming predicted figures of the UK coronavirus fatalities.
today 01:50
How barista lectured me over a latte, says CAROLE MALONE
I want to start this story with the definition of a barista. It's "a person who serves coffee in a coffee bar". I put that out there because of what I'm about to tell you.
today 00:47
Coronavirus symptoms UK: Signs of infection to look out for as 18% fall critically ill
CORONAVIRUS infections have affected nearly 72,000 people globally, including nine people in the UK. Here is everything you need to know about coronavirus symptoms.
today 23:44
Eastenders spoilers: Is Linda and Mick going to drown together in boat party tragedy?
EASTENDERS aired its final instalment in its week-long special marking the show's 35th anniversary. But will Walford's landlord and landlady die?
today 23:44
Kate ‘happy’ with ‘more prominent’ position after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry split
KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, is "so happy" to have a "more prominent" role within the Royal Family following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's departure as senior royals, according to a royal insider.
today 23:44
Best supplements for cholesterol: Two of the best according to studies
BEST supplements for cholesterol: Cholesterol is an organic molecule and a type of liquid. It's essential for a healthy body, however, like a double edged sword, having too much of it puts a person at greater risk of serious cardiovascular diseases. Fortunately, there is a healthy and easy way to reduce one's cholesterol and taking these two supplements could make all the difference.
today 22:41
Britons FURIOUS at Extinction Rebellion stunt as protesters dig up Cambridge lawn
BRITONS have reacted with fury after Extinction Rebellion protesters dug up a prized Cambridge University lawn.
today 22:41
‘National DISGRACE!’ Britons FURIOUS as Royal Navy declared smaller than ITALY’S - poll
BRITONS have expressed deep concern about the shrinking size of the Royal Navy amid shocking news it is now even smaller than Italy's.
today 22:41
Love Island fans in tears as ITV pay tribute to Caroline Flack: 'Made me cry so much'
LOVE ISLAND viewers were left in tears at the beginning of tonight's show as an emotive tribute was given to former host Caroline Flack, who died at the weekend aged 40.
yesterday 21:38
Falklands PLOT: Argentina’s long term plan to take back islands after Brexit REVEALED
ARGENTINA is said to be plotting to take back the Falkland Islands now that the UK has left the EU, it has been claimed.
yesterday 21:38
Britain won't heed EU rules to win free trade: PM aide

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain will not be threatened into following EU rules in the future by talk of economic rifts and is ready to trade with the bloc on basic international terms if needs be, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Europe adviser said on Monday.

Britain left the EU last

yesterday 20:53
Britain OK with basic Australia-type trade with EU if free-trade deal impossible - PM aide

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain is ready to trade with the European Union on basic international terms that the bloc currently follows with Australia if a more ambitious free trade agreement cannot be reached, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Europe adviser said.

David Frost, speaking

yesterday 19:50
EXPRESS EXCLUSIVE: Earl of Snowdon to divorce in more heartache for Queen
THE Queen was hit by another divorce in her family tonight after Princess Margaret's son the Earl of Snowdon and his wife Serena decided to split.
yesterday 19:32
China praised for coronavirus response as recorded cases continue to drop

CHINA’s response to the coronavirus outbreak has been praised by UN secretary general Antonio Guterres as the number of new cases continues to fall.

At a meeting on sustainable development and climate change in Pakistan on Sunday, Mr Guterres said that the Chinese government had made a

yesterday 18:35
Boris Johnson facing growing rebellion over BBC suggestions

NUMBER 10 denied wanting to scrap “all licence fees” today as Tory MPs rebelled over Boris Johnson’s “vendetta” against the BBC.

Tory backbenchers lashed out at the Prime Minister after threats to downsize the public broadcaster and make it a subscription-based service were

yesterday 18:35
Queen and Adam Lambert on TV TONIGHT: Brian May 'I haven't felt like that since Live Aid'
QUEEN AND ADAM LAMBERT headlined the Fire Fight Australia concert in Sydney and recreated the band's legendary Live Aid set. It is being televised in the UK tonight. How to watch and full channel and line-up information.
yesterday 18:29
UK snow warning: Post-storm freeze to unleash 72-HOUR polar vortex on Britain TONIGHT- map
THE UK will be battered a 72-hour polar vortex freeze tonight as the nation is still recovering from devastating floods brought from Storm Dennis.
yesterday 18:29
Johnson's office silent as rivals call for adviser to be sacked

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman refused to comment on Monday when asked about the hiring of an adviser who has discussed the benefits of forced contraception and said data showed the U.S. black population had lower IQ than white people.

British

yesterday 17:44
BBC Weather: Freak heatwave forecast as Europe temperatures rocket in wake of Storm Dennis
BBC WEATHER had good news in the aftermath of devastating Storm Dennis as they forecast sunshine and temperatures as high as 20C for Europe.
yesterday 17:26
EU to insist on decades-long Brexit negotiation over Boris Johnson's Australia-style deal
THE European Union has warned Britain faces a decade-long struggle to negotiate future customs tariffs with Brussels if Boris Johnson pursues an Australia-style trade deal.
yesterday 16:23
Snow and ice set to batter Scotland as Met Office issues yellow warning

Scotland is to be battered with more torrential weather as a yellow warning has been extended until tomorrow.

The Met Office has issued a warning for snow showers and icy surfaces which may lead to travel disruption through Monday night and into Tuesday morning for most of

yesterday 15:26
Caroline Flack’s friend lists demands to create ‘Caroline’s Law’ saying 'enough is enough'
CAROLINE FLACK's friend has called for the law to be changed following the tragic death of the former Love Island presenter.
yesterday 15:20
State pension age change: Plan to help most vulnerable claimants revealed amid payout row
STATE PENSION age changes mean claimants are waiting longer for their payout but Age UK believe in some circumstances early access should be given to those most vulnerable.
yesterday 15:20
Fuel pump handles riddled with bacteria could become hotbed for Coronavirus, says experts
Motoring experts say scientific data shows fuel pumps can be virus carriers which could put motorists at risk as coronavirus threats continue to rise.
yesterday 15:20
Asteroid watch: NASA alert system triggered by space rock which has STUNNED scientists
AN ASTEROID which triggered an alert system in Hawaii last month as it passed close to the Earth is actually part of a binary system, further research has found.
yesterday 13:14
Macron’s party in disarray as Paris mayoral candidate withdraws in sexting scandal
EMMANUEL Macron's party is in chaos after a candidate for the mayor of Paris has been forced to withdraw in a sexting scandal.
yesterday 11:08
Met Office warnings: Two new alerts for SNOW as UK facing deep freeze
MET OFFICE weather warnings have been issued for snow and ice following the devastating arrival of Storm Dennis over the weekend.
yesterday 11:08
Sky News' Kay Burley LOSES it with Tory minister over BBC TV licence amid row over funding
KAY BURLEY slammed Conservative minister George Eustice for repeatedly dodging questions during an interview on Sky News.
yesterday 10:05
Amanda Holden: 'The truth will come out' BGT star says Caroline Flack was 'thrown to dogs'
AMANDA HOLDEN - a judge on Britain's Got Talent - has said the "truth will come out" as she addressed Caroline Flack's tragic death on Instagram yesterday.
yesterday 10:05
Daily News
Prince Charles SHOCK: Why Prince Charles might become the next King PHILIP
PRINCE CHARLES will take over the throne from Queen Elizabeth II one day and is expected to take the mantle of King Charles III. However, when he does so, he may choose to go by a different name.
today 02:53
Are you eligible for FREE childcare? Thousands of hours available to parents-how to claim
CHILDCARE can be expensive for those raising a family but who may at the same time be receiving less income while on maternity or paternity leave. Many parents may need to reduce the hours they work or stop working entirely to raise a child. This could put a strain on family finances but the government provides support for parents who feel they have no choice but to go back to work.
today 02:53
Kate 'put on the spot' over wish to speak with her younger pregnant self 'Is that weird?'
KATE was "put on the spot" by the host of the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast as the Duchess of Cambridge was questioned over who she would write a letter on motherhood to.
today 02:53
Brussels misery: Envoy brilliantly exposes how Brexit will leave UK - 'No rule taker!'
BORIS JOHNSON'S chief Brussels negotiator has insisted that the UK will not follow EU rules and that Brexit will act as a stimulus for economic growth throughout Europe by promoting healthy competition.
today 02:53
Melania Trump fury: First Lady left devastated after Pelosi tore up State of Union address
MELANIA TRUMP was reportedly left devastated after Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up the President's State of the Union address earlier this month.
today 02:53
Get back to work! Chinese state-sponsored media calls for 'normalcy' despite deadly virus
CHINESE MEDIA with strong ties to the state has called for workers to "resume" their normal working lives as China's GDP falls - despite the continuing spread of the deadly coronavirus.
today 02:53
Seriously? Loch Ness Monster 'skeleton' divides locals as Scots rage at 'publicity' stunt
A SKELETON believed to belong to the legendary Loch Ness Monster was found washed up on a Scottish beach last week, but now the public has made their predictions as to what the unusual skeleton could be.
today 02:53
Vikings plot hole: Bjorn Ironside blunder exposed as fans spot key detail
VIKINGS came to a climactic season break on February 5, and fans are anxious to see the final instalment continue soon. With time to go back and rewatch favourite episodes, some viewers have uncovered some major episodes.
today 02:53
Michelle Obama heartbreak: Ex-FLOTUS in shock demand to children - ‘Don’t look at me!’
MICHELLE OBAMA delivered a shock demand to her children as she ordered them to "not define themselves" by looking at what she and her husband Barack had achieved in their lives.
today 02:53
Scott Taylor column: Why I'm upbeat after FC loss, biggest career regret and bouncing back

The Hull FC vice captain returns with his weekly column touching on all things black and white and rugby league

Defeats will come this season and given how tight I expect the competition to be, I suspect we’ll see a lot of sides taking points off each other at the top and bottom of the

today 02:05
Scott Taylor column: Why I'm upbeat after FC loss, biggest career regret and bouncing back

The Hull FC vice captain returns with his weekly column touching on all things black and white and rugby league

Defeats will come this season and given how tight I expect the competition to be, I suspect we’ll see a lot of sides taking points off each other at the top and bottom of the

today 02:05
Ryan Brierley column: We’re all hurting but there's no panic and we'll keep fighting

Hull KR suffered a 52-10 defeat at the hands of Leeds Rhinos

Friday night was tough and we never expected the game to go like that. We spoke all week about Leeds’ dangers and we just didn’t handle them the right way.

When Leeds get a roll on and the crowd gets behind them you

today 02:05
Ryan Brierley column: We’re all hurting but there's no panic and we'll keep fighting

Hull KR suffered a 52-10 defeat at the hands of Leeds Rhinos

Friday night was tough and we never expected the game to go like that. We spoke all week about Leeds’ dangers and we just didn’t handle them the right way.

When Leeds get a roll on and the crowd gets behind them you

today 02:05
Snakes 'callously' dumped in pillowcases outside a fire station In total, almost 30 snakes have been abandoned over recent days, and the RSPCA says the person responsible is "cruel and callous".
In total, almost 30 snakes have been abandoned over recent days, and the RSPCA says the person responsible is "cruel and callous".
today 01:53
UK snow MAPPED: Where will it snow this week? Met Office snow warnings issued
THE UK has been battered by horrible weather conditions in recent weeks with two storms smashing into the nation in a matter of days. Where will it snow this week? Here are the latest Met Office weather warnings.
today 01:50
Vitamin D deficiency symptoms: Worrying sign in a person’s mood indicating a deficiency
VITAMIN D is essential for several reasons, including maintaining healthy bones and teeth. It may also protect against a range of diseases and conditions. Lacking in the vitamin could create a worrying sign that is often overlooked. What is it?
today 01:50
This Is Us season 5 release date: Will there be another series?
THIS IS US has returned for the second half of its 4th season. But is there going to be another series?
today 01:50
Fury as MPs splurge THOUSANDS on comfy chairs for Westminster annex
COMMONS chiefs came under fire last night for spending almost £28,000 of taxpayers cash on new furniture in Parliament's Portcullis House annexe. New sofas, chairs and tables appeared in the atrium of the Westminster office building yesterday in place of a water feature which was recently removed after plumbing problems.
today 01:50
Latest news from Great Britain
today 02:05 Scott Taylor column: Why I'm upbeat after FC loss, biggest career regret and bouncing back
today 02:05 Scott Taylor column: Why I'm upbeat after FC loss, biggest career regret and bouncing back
today 02:05 Ryan Brierley column: We’re all hurting but there's no panic and we'll keep fighting
today 02:05 Ryan Brierley column: We’re all hurting but there's no panic and we'll keep fighting
today 01:53 Snakes 'callously' dumped in pillowcases outside a fire station In total, almost 30 snakes have been abandoned over recent days, and the RSPCA says the person responsible is "cruel and callous".
today 01:50 UK snow MAPPED: Where will it snow this week? Met Office snow warnings issued
today 01:50 Vitamin D deficiency symptoms: Worrying sign in a person’s mood indicating a deficiency
today 01:50 This Is Us season 5 release date: Will there be another series?
today 01:50 Fury as MPs splurge THOUSANDS on comfy chairs for Westminster annex
today 01:50 EU threats? This is the reason behind Brussels’ Brexit tactics, says STEPHEN POLLARD
today 01:50 BREX-FACTOR: Simon Cowell reveals his Brexit views on business - ‘Resonates with me!’
today 01:50 Riverdale season 4 spoilers: Bret and Kevin working together in sinister plot?
today 01:50 Laurence Fox outrage: Actor embroiled in bitter spat after London Mayor Khan's Trans post
today 01:50 Prince Harry’s mental health series with Oprah Winfrey will partly be filmed in UK
today 01:50 Britain on the BRINK: Expert says 400,000 UK coronavirus death prediction 'not absurd'
today 00:53 Concerns raised about conditions at young offenders institution in Kent
today 00:50 Labour leadership hopeful says she would vote to abolish the monarchy "I'm a democrat, so I would vote to scrap it. But this is not the priority of the country," Lisa Nandy said during a live debate.
today 00:47 Martin Lewis: This one choice you make with a mortgage could save you nearly four grand
today 00:47 Royal heartbreak: How Lord Snowdon honoured parents in wedding to Serena exposed
today 00:47 Debbie McGee: ‘She came to find me’ Star talks moment with Caroline Flack prior to death
today 00:47 Outlander season 5: Claire Fraser star reveals sacrifice previous series had to make
today 00:47 Nicola Sturgeon humiliation: 'Ignorant' SNP leader's horror cabinet reshuffle torn apart
today 00:47 Britain on the BRINK: 1,500 people tested for coronavirus in ONE day as disease takes hold
today 00:47 Royal heartbreak: Prince Charles sparks Instagram meltdown with emotional Syria post
today 00:47 Abolish the monarchy! Fury as Labour hopeful Lisa Nandy demands Royal Family are SCRAPPED
today 00:47 How barista lectured me over a latte, says CAROLE MALONE
today 23:47 Megan Newton: Teenager jailed for life for rape and murder of children's football coach Joseph Trevor admitted to raping and murdering the aspiring sport's therapist after she gave him a place to stay.
today 23:44 Extinction Rebellion rip up Cambridge University lawn
today 23:44 More than half of ethnic minority MPs say they have suffered racism in Parliament
today 23:44 ‘Save our BBC’ Furious 140k sign petition demanding Boris stops ‘attack’ on the Beeb
today 23:44 Caroline Flack Love Island tribute: What was tribute? What did Iain Stirling say?
today 23:44 Trump MOCKED: US President HUMILIATED by Iran’s Rouhani - ‘You FAILED’
today 23:44 WATCH: SpaceX rocket booster fails to land correctly after missing drone ship
today 23:44 How to live longer: Eating this diet ‘could stave off frailty in older people’
today 23:44 Brexit fury: Gibraltar chief lashes EU and Spain for 'medieval' attempt to reclaim Rock
today 23:44 Rebecca Long-Bailey savaged for ‘continuity Corbyn’ pitch during Labour leadership debate
today 23:44 Avenue 5 season 2 release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is the new series out?
today 23:44 Asteroid alert: NASA spots a 48,400MPH asteroid barreling towards us on a 'close approach'
today 23:44 Met Office weather WARNINGS: 4 warnings for 4 days as stormy conditions continue
today 23:44 Coronavirus symptoms UK: Signs of infection to look out for as 18% fall critically ill
today 23:44 Eastenders spoilers: Is Linda and Mick going to drown together in boat party tragedy?
today 23:44 Kate ‘happy’ with ‘more prominent’ position after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry split
today 22:44 Coronavirus: Holiday Inn near Heathrow Airport designated quarantine centre for at-risk passengers Rooms at the hotel near Heathrow Airport have been block-booked so they can be used as a COVID-19 quarantine zone.
today 22:41 Man takes woman in ‘dog gimp suit’ for a walk in Glasgow
today 22:41 Royal shock: How one Queen tried to save the monarchy with nothing but a floral bouquet
today 22:41 Laurence Fox steps up security measures as he reveals his true fears after online threats
today 22:41 Deontay Wilder has already sent Tyson Fury invite to 'big' post-fight Vegas victory party
today 22:41 John Curtice outlines how Boris forced EU to ‘reluctantly’ give in to his Brexit demands
today 22:41 How Boris Johnson’s ‘old trick’ backfired during aggressive spat with David Trimble
today 22:41 'It was one of your policies!' Rebecca Long-Bailey squirms in tense Labour debate grilling
Editorials
Boris Johnson may be about to learn that economic consequences can’t be wished away, regardless of whom Treasury advisers report to.
yesterday 17:38
The new Conservative adviser hired by Cummings is perhaps more interesting for who he isn’t than what he wrote as a 21-year-old.
yesterday 17:38
As Rupert Murdoch’s new venture poaches BBC presenters, what does the future of British broadcasting look like?
yesterday 16:35
Generations of working-class autodidacts struggled to create space within elite cultures – this tradition must not be swept away by market forces.
yesterday 14:29
The Labour leadership candidate is in favour of self-identification for trans people but won’t reform the current law on same-sex spaces.   
yesterday 14:29
May set in train a process that looks certain to end in a merger between the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development – but the government’s case for the benefits is confused.  
yesterday 13:26
Success at the climate conference in Glasgow this year is essential if we are to avert climate catastrophe.
yesterday 12:23
For Boris Johnson, changing the BBC might yet prove more difficult than changing the country.
yesterday 11:20
To further its interests in the Middle East following the illegal invasion of Iraq and on the back of decades of arms sales, the US has supported Turkey in trying to close Kurdish refugee camps, reports MEGHAN BODETTE
2020-02-16 21:29
This is not a memoir for anyone looking for a lengthy statement of values or a fly-on-the-wall account of the former Speaker’s political career.
2020-02-15 00:26
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