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Mugabe will NOT step down: President ‘ready to die for what is correct’ warns nephew
ROBERT MUGABE will not step down as President of Zimbabwe in order to legitimise the military coup in the African country, his nephew Patrick Zhuwao has claimed.
yesterday 19:19
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Kezia Dugdale should NOT be suspended over I'm A Celebrity jaunt

Jeremy Corbyn has said former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale should not be suspended from the party for going on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Her successor as Scottish Labour leader, Richard Leonard , has confirmed the party's MSPs are to consider whether to suspend her

yesterday 17:31
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Kezia Dugdale should NOT be suspended over I'm A Celebrity jaunt

Jeremy Corbyn has said former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale should not be suspended from the party for going on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Her successor as Scottish Labour leader, Richard Leonard , has confirmed the party's MSPs are to consider whether to suspend her

yesterday 17:31
'Fund NHS by refusing divorce bill' Rees-Mogg challenges Hammond with his Brexiteer budget
JACOB REES-MOGG has outlined his plans for a game-changing Brexit budget ahead of Phillip Hammond's Treasury announcement next week.
yesterday 17:15
BREAKING: Robert Mugabe 'vanishes' as army demands dictator resigns or face being LYNCHED
ZIMBABWE's military has told dictator Robert Mugabe to call time on his 37-year reign or face being "lynched" by protesters amid reports he has fled his mansion.
yesterday 16:21
WW3 between North Korea and US would spark CATASTROPHIC refugee crisis
NORTH Korea and the United States could trigger a major refugee crisis if World War Three breaks out, experts have warned as tensions threaten to boil over on the Korean peninsula.
yesterday 16:13
Labour's new leader enters political jungle
Let me start in traditional fashion with warm congratulations to Richard Leonard, who has emerged as Scottish Labour's new leader, and with commiserations to Anas Sarwar, who has not.
yesterday 15:43
Kezia Dugdale faces Labour suspension over I'm A Celebrity
Scottish Labour's new leader Richard Leonard has said the party's MSPs will consider suspension for his predecessor Kezia Dugdale.
yesterday 15:43
BREAKING: Terror cops shoot attacker shouting 'Allahu Akbar'
POLICE have shot a man who sparked a terror alert near Spain’s border with France by shouting "Allahu Akbar" at a motorway checkpoint.
yesterday 15:19
Updates as police close east Hull road in both directions after car crash

Bilsdale Grove, off Preston Road, is completely blocked off

Police have closed a road in Hull following a car accident today.

Humberside Police are currently at the scene of the crash in Bilsdale Grove, just off Preston Road, in east Hull.

The road is completely blocked by the

yesterday 14:43
Helicopter pilot killed in Buckinghamshire mid-air crash named as Captain Mike Green
Captain Mike Green was a senior instructor with more than 30 years of experience, and had been flying the helicopter involved.
yesterday 14:33
Budget 2017: What To Expect On Housing, Universal Credit And More
Philip Hammond is under pressure to splash the cash
yesterday 13:51
New York FIRE: Huge fire tears through Hamilton Heights – 170 firefighters on scene
NEW York has been covered in thick billowing smoke as a fire rips through a building in Hamilton Heights, Upper Manhattan.
yesterday 13:07
Defrosting car windscreen tips - How to dodge £60 fine and stress using these hacks
AFTER it was revealed that deforesting your windscreen could land you a £60 fine, here is number of ways to defrost the screen.
yesterday 13:07
'We cannot keep drifting' India and US to SURPASS Britain in EU trade amid Brexit deadlock
LEADING Brexiteer Owen Paterson has warned Britain is at risk of "drifting away" in economic power as Brexit talks drag on - as he urged the country to walk away from the deadlock.
yesterday 13:07
'No to Brussels!' EU summit provokes FURY as hundreds of protesters demand Swedish EXIT
HUNDREDS of anti-EU protesters took to the streets yesterday evening to voice their fury at Brussels as many urged Sweden to break away from the bloc.
yesterday 12:05
Richard Leonard to lead Scottish Labour
Scottish Labour has announced Richard Leonard as its new party leader after a bitter battle to succeed Kezia Dugdale, who resigned from the role in August.
yesterday 11:35
BREAKING: World's largest aircraft CRASHES
THE world's largest aircraft, the Airlander, has crashed in a UK field.
yesterday 11:11
Chemist cleared of father’s murder and praised by judge for his 'compassion'
A PHARMACIST who gave his elderly father a lethal dose of morphine was cleared of murder yesterday.
yesterday 11:03
'It's DESTROYED!' Polish MEP rails against Poland’s RUINED relationship with the EU
A POLISH MEP railed against Poland’s relationship with the European Union saying it has been “destroyed” after 20 years of "hard work".
yesterday 11:03
Davis Davis COULD QUIT as Brexit Secretary after ‘being frozen out of negotiations’
ALLIES of David Davis have suggested he could quit as Brexit Secretary over frustration at being frozen out of key strategic talks on the UK's divorce from the European Union, it has been reported.
yesterday 11:03
500 More Schools 'Facing Cuts' As Philip Hammond Under Pressure To Give Education A Budget Boost
Some nine out of 10 schools now face funding squeeze.
yesterday 10:45
Selfless gran gave struggling man a place to stay - but he then stole her life savings

Georgina Mattinson-Shaw said she has been 'crying buckets' since it happened

A grandma has been left in financial ruin after a cruel thief stole a safe containing more than £10,000 worth of life savings from inside her west Hull home.

Georgina Mattinson-Shaw, 60, had been

yesterday 10:35
Selfless gran gave struggling man a place to stay - but he then stole her life savings

Georgina Mattinson-Shaw said she has been 'crying buckets' since it happened

A grandma has been left in financial ruin after a cruel thief stole a safe containing more than £10,000 worth of life savings from inside her west Hull home.

Georgina Mattinson-Shaw, 60, had been

yesterday 10:35
Budget 2017: Double Budget effect on your finances
Two Budgets in one year means the prospect of significant upheaval for your finances - adding to changes we already know about.
yesterday 10:33
Hammond’s new Budget headache
Budget Day for the Chancellor just became a little more tricky.
yesterday 10:33
Budget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond 'to target housing and NHS'
Chancellor Philip Hammond plans to use "headroom" in the public finances to target spending on housing and health, a close friend has told the BBC.
yesterday 10:33
US Navy cock up as fighter jet pilot draws giant penis in the sky

The US Navy have apologised after a pilot used his fighter jet to draw a huge willy in the sky.

The explicit image was made using the jet’s exhaust system, and stunned locals when it appeared above Okanogan County, Washington on Thursday.

One local resident, Ramone Duran, said:

yesterday 10:17
US Navy cock up as fighter jet pilot draws giant penis in the sky

The US Navy have apologised after a pilot used his fighter jet to draw a huge willy in the sky.

The explicit image was made using the jet’s exhaust system, and stunned locals when it appeared above Okanogan County, Washington on Thursday.

One local resident, Ramone Duran, said:

yesterday 10:17
SSPCA searching for quacky Scottish pet owners to rehome neglected cockerels and ducks

Step aside cute cats and adorable dogs – the Scottish SPCA’s latest rehoming appeal is for 27 cockerels and three ducks.

The animal welfare charity are caring for the 30 birds in Aberdeenshire after their previous home was found to be unsuitable for their needs.

SSPCA assistant

yesterday 10:17
Daily News
Grigor Dimitrov vs Jack Sock LIVE: Latest ATP World Tour Finals updates
GRIGOR DIMITROV and Jack Sock are both playing in their first ever knockout match at the ATP World Tour Finals tonight at the O2 Arena.
yesterday 20:21
Terror alert: Spanish police shoot man 'shouting Allahu Akbar' near French border
POLICE have shot a man who sparked a terror alert near Spain’s border with France by shouting ‘Allah is Great’ at a checkpoint. 
yesterday 20:21
BREAKING NEWS: David Cassidy surrounded by family amid induced coma and ‘organ failure’
DAVID CASSIDY is surrounded by his family after he was placed in an induced coma, his rep has confirmed tonight.
yesterday 20:21
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Debbie McGee sparks FRENZY as Ginger Spice in Union Jack dress
STRICTLY COME DANCING viewers couldn’t believe their eyes tonight as Debbie McGee stepped out dressed as a Spice Girl for the Blackpool spectacular.
yesterday 20:21
Dumped NAZI chemical weapons 'cause green VORTEX OF DEATH' in Baltic Sea
NAZI chemicals polluting the Baltic Sea have created an “eerie green vortex of death” that could lead to a “catastrophe”, it is claimed.
yesterday 20:21
World War 3: North Korea stockpiles PLAGUE in plot to spread Black Death to US
NORTH Korea has a stockpile of the plague disease which it could unleash in just ten days as Kim Jong-un turns his attention to bio-chemical weapoms, defence officials have warned.
yesterday 20:21
Gaia Pope: Dorset Police find body in Swanage during hunt for missing teen
A BODY has been found in Swanage during the hunt for missing Gaia Pope and police are "confident" it is the missing teen.
yesterday 20:21
Dyfed-Powys Police confirm Caldey Island sex abuse reports
Dyfed-Powys Police has told BBC Wales it received reports of historical sexual abuse perpetrated by a monk on Caldey Island in the 1970s and 1980s.
yesterday 19:51
Hamilton grab first Ibrox league win since 1926

Hamilton took their first league points from Rangers at Ibrox since 1926 in a tremendous display of courage and determination.

Goals from David Templeton and Darren Lyon had Accies flying in the second half at a freezing cold Ibrox, before Alex Gogic was sent off for a second booking

yesterday 19:35
Dundee 0 Kilmarnock 0 as Darren O'Dea sees red as Dark Blues losing streak finally comes to an end

Ten-man Dundee stopped their losing streak as they held on for a goalless Ladbrokes Premiership draw with Kilmarnock at Dens Park.

Neil McCann's bottom side were forced to hang on for the last five minutes after captain Darren O'Dea was ordered off by referee Willie Collum for a second

yesterday 19:35
Rangers frontrunner Derek McInnes dodges post match conference as Aberdeen lose to Motherwell

Derek McInnes dodged the post-match conference as Aberdeen went down to Motherwell amid increasing speculation linking him to the Rangers job.

McInnes remains favourite to replace Pedro Caixinha but appeared brassed off at his weekly media conference on Thursday when pressed on

yesterday 19:35
Rangers need to win EIGHT games in a row if we want to be successful never mind three slams Kenny Miller

Kenny Miller says Rangers' failure to win three games in a row is a "horrendous" stat.

Hamilton picked Gers' pockets to record a 2-0 win at Ibrox this afternoon and in so doing secured their first league victory in Govan for 91 years.

Rangers had the chance to secure a

yesterday 19:35
Relief for BiFab workers as agreement reached to stave off administration threat

An agreement has been reached that will lift the threat of administration from troubled engineering firm BiFab , and see work continue on the current contract for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm.

A financial package to complete the contract has been provided by Seaway Heavy Lifting, SSE

yesterday 19:35
Relief for BiFab workers as agreement reached to stave off administration threat

An agreement has been reached that will lift the threat of administration from troubled engineering firm BiFab , and see work continue on the current contract for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm.

A financial package to complete the contract has been provided by Seaway Heavy Lifting, SSE

yesterday 19:35
Who is Charles Bronson? Notorious prisoner married to former Corrie actress
CHARLES Bronson is Britain’s most notorious prisoner. Here is all you need to know about the criminal.
yesterday 19:27
Shocking video shows bike racer's last moments after he loses control in fatal crash
THIS is the tragic moment a Brit rider lost control of his bike on a tight corner of the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix.
yesterday 19:27
Robert Mugabe 'will be OFFICIALLY removed as Zimbabwe president tomorrow'
DICTATOR Robert Mugabe will be removed as leader of Zimbabwe tomorrow, sources from his ruling Zanu-PF party have said.
yesterday 19:27
'You deserve it all': Meghan Markle's co-star appears to confirm Suits actress IS engaged
MEGHAN Markle’s body double has posted a picture that fans are convinced proves she is engaged.
yesterday 19:27
Latest news from Great Britain
yesterday 20:21 Grigor Dimitrov vs Jack Sock LIVE: Latest ATP World Tour Finals updates
yesterday 20:21 Terror alert: Spanish police shoot man 'shouting Allahu Akbar' near French border
yesterday 20:21 BREAKING NEWS: David Cassidy surrounded by family amid induced coma and ‘organ failure’
yesterday 20:21 Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Debbie McGee sparks FRENZY as Ginger Spice in Union Jack dress
yesterday 20:21 Dumped NAZI chemical weapons 'cause green VORTEX OF DEATH' in Baltic Sea
yesterday 20:21 World War 3: North Korea stockpiles PLAGUE in plot to spread Black Death to US
yesterday 20:21 Gaia Pope: Dorset Police find body in Swanage during hunt for missing teen
yesterday 19:51 Dyfed-Powys Police confirm Caldey Island sex abuse reports
yesterday 19:35 Hamilton grab first Ibrox league win since 1926
yesterday 19:35 Dundee 0 Kilmarnock 0 as Darren O'Dea sees red as Dark Blues losing streak finally comes to an end
yesterday 19:35 Rangers frontrunner Derek McInnes dodges post match conference as Aberdeen lose to Motherwell
yesterday 19:35 Rangers need to win EIGHT games in a row if we want to be successful never mind three slams Kenny Miller
yesterday 19:35 Relief for BiFab workers as agreement reached to stave off administration threat
yesterday 19:35 Relief for BiFab workers as agreement reached to stave off administration threat
yesterday 19:27 Who is Charles Bronson? Notorious prisoner married to former Corrie actress
yesterday 19:27 Shocking video shows bike racer's last moments after he loses control in fatal crash
yesterday 19:27 Robert Mugabe 'will be OFFICIALLY removed as Zimbabwe president tomorrow'
yesterday 19:27 'You deserve it all': Meghan Markle's co-star appears to confirm Suits actress IS engaged
yesterday 19:27 Santa ‘sightings’: Meteor ‘lighting up sky' over Lapland sparks frenzy
yesterday 19:27 REVEALED: What will happen if Nibiru hits Earth tomorrow
yesterday 19:27 Adult film star lifts lids on industry – and reveals most common injury on set
yesterday 19:27 UK winter prediction: Britain faces ‘worst snow for 27 YEARS and months of -0C’
yesterday 19:27 Nibiru PROOF: Footage sparks claims Planet X spotted over UK
yesterday 19:19 Doom Nintendo Switch REVIEW: Excellent Bethesda port, despite one MAJOR problem
yesterday 19:19 Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid LIVE STREAM: How to watch La Liga online, channel, teams
yesterday 19:19 I’m A Celebrity 2017: Rebekah Vardy’s loved ones HIT OUT at ITV for ‘occupation’ blunder
yesterday 19:19 Secret ‘Brussels bloodbath' ballot to decide who takes London-based agencies after Brexit
yesterday 19:19 'Donald Trump' and 'Kim Jong-un' FACE-OFF amid North Korea nuclear threat
yesterday 19:19 ’It’s her choice’ Corbyn defends Dugdale’s decision to go on I'm A Celebrity
yesterday 19:19 Strictly Come Dancing 2017: You'll NEVER guess who these celebrities are supporting to win
yesterday 19:19 'Brexit has become a HOSTAGE CRISIS!' US Brexiteer in scathing attack on EU threats
yesterday 19:19 Mugabe will NOT step down: President ‘ready to die for what is correct’ warns nephew
yesterday 19:01 'I'm A Celebrity' 2017 Line-Up To Feature Former Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale As Late Addition?
yesterday 19:01 Jeremy Corbyn Says Kezia Dugdale Should Not Be Suspended From The Labour Party For Going on 'I'm A Celeb'
yesterday 18:51 Late Ipswich Town goal denies Hull City all three points at the KCOM Stadium
yesterday 18:51 Late Ipswich Town goal denies Hull City all three points at the KCOM Stadium
yesterday 18:51 LOTTO RESULTS: Winning National Lottery numbers Saturday November 18
yesterday 18:37 Woman helps clean up fuel spill on road – using incontinence pads
yesterday 18:37 Schoolboy, 12, put into isolation because of his ‘Peaky Blinders’ haircut
yesterday 18:37 Woman who had 18 operations to fix disfigured face gets married
yesterday 18:33 Aberdeen 0 Motherwell 2 as Louis Moult shows Dons what they could have won - 3 talking points
yesterday 18:33 Hibs 1 St Johnstone 2 as last gasp Steven MacLean goal gives Tommy Wright's men much-needed win
yesterday 18:33 Rangers 0 Hamilton 2 as Accies break 91-year hoodoo to stun Graeme Murty's men - 3 talking points
yesterday 18:33 Hibernian 1 St Johnstone 2: Steven MacLean nets dramatic stoppage time winner
yesterday 18:33 World's largest aircraft Airlander 10 crashes in field leaving one woman injured
yesterday 18:25 Four ways Britain can prosper post-Brexit
yesterday 18:25 UK big freeze starts TONIGHT: When and where SNOW will hit Britain this weekend REVEALED
yesterday 18:25 When is Black Friday 2017: Date, deals and latest offers
yesterday 18:25 Terror cops shoot attacker shouting 'Allahu Akbar' at Spanish border
yesterday 18:25 Time travel PROOF? People from 1900 predict the year 2000 in CREEPY images
Editorials
Four ways Britain can prosper post-Brexit

Alongside the usual assaults on the self-employed, the raid on pension funds, and the 10p whacked on a packet of cigarettes, all of which are just about standard features of every Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech on 22 November is likely to be dominated by Brexit. He will need to put

yesterday 18:25
The man who lived with monkeys – and what he learned from them
Gabriel Cornelius von Max established a colony of monkeys at his house by Starnberger Lake.
yesterday 15:43
Richard Leonard elected Scottish Labour leader
Leonard went from obscure MSP to left-wing frontrunner in just three months. 
yesterday 12:37
What Howards End can tell us about the social media age
The obvious idea that we have inner and outer lives is a crucial one for us to keep in our 21st-century sights.
yesterday 12:37
Why Johnson and Gove barely grasp the concept of compromise
As former journalists, they spent much of their lives mocking the faint-hearted.
yesterday 10:33
How the arrest of Catalan separatists has aided their cause
Constitutions help protect citizens against abuses by lawmakers, but they can also be a straitjacket.
yesterday 10:33
The charts that matter: an anxious week for markets

Welcome to your weekend edition, where we take a look through the charts that matter and catch up on anything else that we missed during the week.

Markets had a bit of a nervy week. Investors have grown slightly rattled by the junk bond market as I discussed on Monday. And the truth is

yesterday 10:09
The refugee crisis yet to come: climate talks in Germany fail to provide for the most vulnerable
Far from stepping up with a concrete funding initiative, governments have stalled in addressing the issues of climate displacement and aid.

2017-11-17 19:23
Among green-faced witches and Corpse Brides, I felt the love of a family
Glitter appeared, and was thrown in the air, and we made our way to the dancefloor.
2017-11-17 19:23
Brexit puts politics before prosperity. Why shouldn’t the EU do the same?
David Davis and the Conservatives are in no position to deliver lectures to Germany and France. 
2017-11-17 17:19