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James Bond: New 007 favourite James Norton DESTROYS casting rumours 'It's not real'
JAMES BOND'S Daniel Craig is to step down as 007 after the release of No Time To Die in April but his replacement has yet to be confirmed. Now, the favourite for the job, James Norton, has revealed there's no truth to rumours he's been cast as the new Bond.
today 12:11
Elvis Presley's ex shares his cheeky move after Priscilla split: 'I'm not married anymore'
ELVIS PRESLEY moved on from his split from Priscilla Presley in a matter of months, starting up a romance with young beauty queen Linda Thompson. In an interview last year, Linda revealed the unbelievable way he made his first move.
today 12:11
'You're humiliating the losers!' Remainer slams Brexit coin in heated clash on Jeremy Vine
BREXIT is just days away from happening and with the occasion being marked with a commemorative coin, one Remainer slammed the government's decision to take such action on today's edition of Jeremy Vine.
today 12:11
NASA news: This astronaut's space selfies are out of this world - 'Visor up this time'
NASA astronaut Jessica Meir snapped these breathtaking space selfies while flying more than 17,000mph around the planet.
today 11:08
Moon landing: Buzz Aldrin admits 'it was so well staged' in unearthed Apollo 11 footage
BUZZ ALDRIN admitted that one of the most iconic photos ever taken during the Apollo 11 was "so well staged" during an interview in 2016 with Professor Brian Cox, unearthed footage shows.
today 11:08
EU panic: Barnier admits Johnson's Brexit plot could cost MILLIONS of jobs across Europe
BREXIT negotiator Michel Barnier has warned Boris Johnson could transform the United Kingdom into a "regulatory champion" that could cost "millions of jobs" across the bloc.
today 11:08
Keir Starmer fails to rule out backing Brexit extension as he admits 'Remain' bid over
KEIR STARMER refused to rule out he would have the Labour Party campaign for an extension to the Brexit transition period should he secure the victory of the leadership contest.
today 10:05
BBC's Dan Walker cuts short interview with Keir Starmer 'We're short of time'
BBC BREAKFAST host Dan Walker was forced to cut off Sir Keir Starmer during an interview on BBC Breakfast after speaking to the Labour leadership candidate for just five minutes. The BBC host apologised and explained the show was "short of time" earlier today.
today 10:05
High blood pressure: Eating this brightly coloured vegetable could lower your reading
HIGH blood pressure does not have noticeable symptoms. However, if left untreated, serious health problems could ensue including heart attacks or strokes. Eating this brightly coloured vegetable could help to lower a person's reading. What is it?
today 09:02
Salvini down, but not out in Italy regional poll

For Matteo Salvini, this weekend's regional elections in Emilia Romagna and Calabria were meant to be a crucial step in his comeback at national level.

"First we'll send them home on Sunday and then we'll give the government of landings, taxes, and handcuffs an eviction notice", the

today 07:11
Brexit finally happens - the UK leaves the EU This WEEK

The EU is entering a historic week - although the bloc's institutions go out of their way not to mark the event.

The UK leaves the EU on Friday (31 January) at midnight, the first-ever member state to do so.

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today 06:08
INTERVIEW ‘Never again’ is a call to action
An act of defiance: MICHAEL ROSEN talks to Louise Raw about his new book, The Missing, anti-semitism, and the importance of countering Holocaust denial
today 05:56
Kobe Bryant dead: Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi lead footballers’ tributes to NBA icon
Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Virgil van Dijk are among the many past and present footballing icons to pay tribute to NBA legend Kobe Bryant after he was one of nine who tragically died in a helicopter crash on Sunday.
today 05:53
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie will takeover Meghan Markle royal roles claims expert
PRINCESSES Beatrice and Eugenie could takeover some of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's former royal roles according to a leading biographer.
today 03:47
Dad of three children found dead made discovery after arriving home from work

The father of three children found dead in their home in Dublin were discovered by their dad after he returned home from work.

Brothers and sister Conor, Darragh and Carla McGinley were discovered in a house in Parson's Court, in the village of Newcastle, which is south-west of

today 01:47
Kobe Bryant's daughter Gianna dies in helicopter crash with dad

Kobe Bryant's daughter Gianna was among those killed alongside her dad in a horror helicopter crash.

The LA Lakers icon and the 13-year-old were travelling on his private chopper when it crashed around 10am on Sunday January 26, according to TMZ.

The pair were reportedly going

today 01:47
Remembering LGBT people murdered in the Holocaust

TODAY, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Unison Cymru Wales will be remembering all those who perished in the Holocaust with a minute’s silence in our regional and branch offices. 

We stand shoulder to shoulder with the Jewish community in commemorating the more than six million

today 00:41
INTERVIEW ‘Never again’ is a call to action
An act of defiance: MICHAEL ROSEN talks to Louise Raw about his new book, The Missing, anti-semitism, and the importance of countering Holocaust denial
today 00:41
Brexit BOOM: Boris Johnson vows to attract ‘world’s most talented minds’ in new visa push
BORIS JOHNSON today sets the country on its path to a bright Brexit future with new visa rules to attract the world's top talent. The Prime Minister declared Britain is open to gifted scientists and mathematicians and is committed to leading the way in groundbreaking research.
today 00:38
Kobe Bryant tribute: Lakers legend a one of a kind athlete taken too soon
Kobe Bryant was so much more than just an incredibly talented athlete.
today 23:35
Falklands fury: How Jeremy Clarkson used war to enrage Argentina
FALKLAND ISLANDS disputes have driven a wedge in UK-Argentina relations, even after the war over the territory in 1982. While politicians have made the archipelago a subject of debate, high profile celebrities waded in when former Top Gear star Jeremy Clarkson travelled through South America with a now famously provocative number plate.
yesterday 21:29
Kobe Bryant dead: NBA legend killed in helicopter crash - latest updates
SPORTING legend and NBA superstar Kobe Bryant has died in a helicopter crash in California, along with four other people.
yesterday 21:29
Kobe Bryant dead: How did Kobe Bryant die?
Kobe Bryant died on Sunday morning in Los Angeles in tragic circumstances.
yesterday 20:26
Brexit ‘virtually’ sole reason for Labour’s election losses, says Unite’s Len McCluskey

BREXIT was “virtually” the sole cause of Labour’s defeat in last month’s general election, Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said today.

He defended party leader Jeremy Corbyn over the loss of support in many traditionally Labour areas during the long parliamentary deadlock

yesterday 19:26
Britain needs to diverge from EU rules that are ‘a barrier to progressive economic policies’

DIVERGENCE from European Union rules, as announced by the Tory government today, could be welcome but is unlikely to benefit working people unless a left-led government is elected, communists said today.

Communist Party of Britain general secretary Robert Griffiths warned that Prime

yesterday 19:26
SNP's Ian Blackford left speechless after BBC host brilliantly dismantles indyref2 demands
THE SNP's argument for an independence referendum was brutally dismantled during a BBC interview this morning, after Ian Blackford was questioned on their aims "beside more protests".
yesterday 19:23
Royal revelation: The TRUE mastermind behind Harry and Meghan’s Megxit shock
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have stepped back from their royal roles in a move which sent shockwaves through the Royal Family. Now, insiders have claimed this is the person behind the move.
yesterday 18:20
Bradley Walsh health: The Chase star’s secret medical condition - the symptoms
BRADLEY WALSH, best known for presenting game show The Chase, has opened up in the past about having a medical condition that makes him look drunk on TV. But what is it and what are the symptoms?
yesterday 18:20
Asteroid impact: Asteroid Bennu COULD collide with Earth warns expert
ASTEROID Bennu could come crashing into Earth in the near future, potentially putting an end to life on Earth, an expert has warned.
yesterday 17:17
Met Office weather warnings: ‘Dangerous’ snow and ice to hit UK TONIGHT - Latest forecast
THE Met Office has issued "dangerous" weather warnings as a cold snap brings snow and ice to the UK tonight. Here is the latest UK weather forecast.
yesterday 17:17
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Britain talking to international partners on coronavirus - PM's spokesman

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is talking to international partners to find solutions to help British and other foreign nationals leave the Chinese city of Wuhan, centre of a coronavirus outbreak, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday.

“The Foreign Office have said

today 12:29
Britain will determine who fishes in its waters post-Brexit - PM spokesman

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will determine who fishes in its waters after Brexit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said on Monday, after being asked whether Britain would trade fishing rights for the financial services gaining access to the European Union.

“We are going

today 12:29
Martin Lewis issues warning to parents over ‘hidden’ university contributions 

"It's hidden, never spoken about and should be obvious upfront"

Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis has issued a warning to parents over ‘hidden’ contributions that parents are expected to make for their child’s university costs.

Appearing on This Morning, the savings guru

today 12:23
Killer pollution: The staggering number of people who die from breathing Hull's toxic air

Hull tops the Yorkshire league table for pollution-related deaths

Deadly toxins polluting Hull's air is responsible for almost one in 20 deaths in the city.

Shocking new figures reveal that PM2.5 is pumped into the atmosphere, mainly by cars, and accounts for 21 times more

today 12:23
Killer pollution: The staggering number of people who die from breathing Hull's toxic air

Hull tops the Yorkshire league table for pollution-related deaths

Deadly toxins polluting Hull's air is responsible for almost one in 20 deaths in the city.

Shocking new figures reveal that PM2.5 is pumped into the atmosphere, mainly by cars, and accounts for 21 times more

today 12:23
Labour tells SNP to fight wealth inequality together

THE SNP government has been urged to work with Labour to reduce Scotland’s high level of wealth inequality. 

Recent statistics show that the wealthiest 2 per cent of households account for 15 per cent of wealth north of the border and the bottom 20 per cent account for only 1 per

today 12:14
Huawei: Pressure on Boris Johnson ahead of decision on company's 5G role The PM is under pressure from the US and within his own party not to grant the Chinese firm a role in the UK's 5G network.
The PM is under pressure from the US and within his own party not to grant the Chinese firm a role in the UK's 5G network.
today 12:11
Mortgage approvals at their highest since 2009 Analysts say the housing market could be moving up a gear as mortgage approval figures show an improvement.
Analysts say the housing market could be moving up a gear as mortgage approval figures show an improvement.
today 12:11
Major recall of baby food from Tesco after jars were ‘tampered with’

Fifteen types of baby food jars have been recalled by Cow & Gate and Tesco as a ‘precautionary measure’ amid fears they may have been ‘tampered with’.

The recall only involves jars from the brand which have been sold inside Tesco stores across the UK.

Customers who have

today 12:11
Frozen 2 DVD and Blu-ray release date: When is Frozen out? Can I watch it online?
FROZEN 2 was a huge hit with young fans of the franchise, sparking calls for a third movie - but when is the film out on DVD and digital download?
today 12:11
Kay Burley blasts Sir Keir Starmer as he fails to answer key question THREE times
LABOUR leadership frontrunner Sir Keir Starmer failed to answer a key question about his plans for the Labour Party should he become Jeremy Corbyn's successor, despite Sky News' Kay Burley asking three times.
today 12:11
Sophie Wessex news: Is Sophie the Queen’s favourite? How Queen trusts Sophie after Megxit
SOPHIE, COUNTESS OF WESSEX is said to be the Queen's favourite daughter-in-law. The dedicated royal has been ‘singled out' by the Queen to take on more work after Meghan Markle and Harry's withdrawal, an insider has claimed.
today 12:11
Colon cancer: Feeling a persistent discomfort in this body part could mean you’re at risk
COLON cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the large intestine. The disease typically affects older adults, however, new cases of younger people being diagnosed with the deadly disease is on the rise. Feeling a pain in a particular body part is a warning sign of the disease.
today 12:11
Putin outrage: Why Russian President accused David Cameron of 'blackmailing EU'
BREXIT has attracted the interest of leaders and observers around the world as the UK prepares to leave the bloc this week - but one figure who has expressed anger on multiple occasions during the process is Russian President Vladimir Putin, who savaged former Prime Minister David Cameron for calling the 2016 vote, accusing him of "blackmailing Europe".
today 12:11
Nicola Sturgeon warning: Pollster John Curtice exposes huge split among Scottish voters
POLLING expert Sir John Curtice has claimed the people of Scotland are split 50/50 on whether there should be another referendum on independence from the United Kingdom.
today 12:11
Queen and Adam Lambert: Brian May turns ‘flood of ANGER and hurt' into 'rare best' – WATCH
QUEEN and Adam Lambert's Brian May has opened up on struggling with "anger and hurt" during a performance in Tokyo, Japan and how he turned it into "joy and freedom".
today 12:11
Queen Elizabeth II news: Why the Queen may not want to step down for Prince Charles
THE QUEEN has been hugely popular around the globe throughout her 67-year reign. But what impressive accomplishment has she got her eyes on?
today 12:11
Pretend UK haven’t left! Brussels ask EU27 to treat UK like they are still in EU next year
THE EU is seeking to navigate the ambiguous 11-month transition period after Brexit by asking its partner countries to pretend Britain hasn't left the bloc.
today 12:11
Latest news from Great Britain
today 12:29 Britain talking to international partners on coronavirus - PM's spokesman
today 12:29 Britain will determine who fishes in its waters post-Brexit - PM spokesman
today 12:23 Martin Lewis issues warning to parents over ‘hidden’ university contributions 
today 12:23 Killer pollution: The staggering number of people who die from breathing Hull's toxic air
today 12:23 Killer pollution: The staggering number of people who die from breathing Hull's toxic air
today 12:23 A World Without Work: technology and the future of unemployment
today 12:23 In order to write, I have to make sacrifices and I'm learning to accept those losses
today 12:23 What will happen in phase two of the Grenfell Tower inquiry?
today 12:14 Labour tells SNP to fight wealth inequality together
today 12:11 Huawei: Pressure on Boris Johnson ahead of decision on company's 5G role The PM is under pressure from the US and within his own party not to grant the Chinese firm a role in the UK's 5G network.
today 12:11 Mortgage approvals at their highest since 2009 Analysts say the housing market could be moving up a gear as mortgage approval figures show an improvement.
today 12:11 Major recall of baby food from Tesco after jars were ‘tampered with’
today 12:11 Frozen 2 DVD and Blu-ray release date: When is Frozen out? Can I watch it online?
today 12:11 Kay Burley blasts Sir Keir Starmer as he fails to answer key question THREE times
today 12:11 Sophie Wessex news: Is Sophie the Queen’s favourite? How Queen trusts Sophie after Megxit
today 12:11 Colon cancer: Feeling a persistent discomfort in this body part could mean you’re at risk
today 12:11 Putin outrage: Why Russian President accused David Cameron of 'blackmailing EU'
today 12:11 Nicola Sturgeon warning: Pollster John Curtice exposes huge split among Scottish voters
today 12:11 Queen and Adam Lambert: Brian May turns ‘flood of ANGER and hurt' into 'rare best' – WATCH
today 12:11 Queen Elizabeth II news: Why the Queen may not want to step down for Prince Charles
today 12:11 Pretend UK haven’t left! Brussels ask EU27 to treat UK like they are still in EU next year
today 12:11 Brexit news: Do I need an international driving permit after Brexit?
today 12:11 EU civil war: Poland enraged by Brussels meddling in legal reform as democracy row deepens
today 12:11 Royal heartbreak: Why William's relationship with Charles will change forever after Megxit
today 12:11 Meghan Markle shock: Could Meghan have her eye on one particular job for post-royal life?
today 12:11 Kobe Bryant wife: Who is Vanessa Bryant? The heartbreaking tribute to NBA star's 'Queen'
today 12:11 Kate’s poignant photoshoot with Holocaust survivors - candid pictures revealed
today 12:11 Martin Lewis explains how much you could need to save for your child to go to university
today 12:11 UK weather warning: Snow maps show Britain smashed by brutal Arctic big freeze TONIGHT
today 12:11 James Bond: New 007 favourite James Norton DESTROYS casting rumours 'It's not real'
today 12:11 Elvis Presley's ex shares his cheeky move after Priscilla split: 'I'm not married anymore'
today 12:11 'You're humiliating the losers!' Remainer slams Brexit coin in heated clash on Jeremy Vine
today 11:20 Tommy Coyle's Barrow Boys will close next week for 'exciting' changes
today 11:20 Tommy Coyle's Barrow Boys will close next week for 'exciting' changes
today 11:20 Boris Johnson is shirking responsibility on Huawei and Stormont – but how long can he do so?
today 11:20 Boris Johnson's economic policy is all slogans, no reality
today 11:20 “Every day is Holocaust Day to me”: concentration camp survivor Ed Mosberg on reliving trauma
today 11:20 How internal divisions are threatening the SNP’s drive towards independence
today 11:08 Anne Frank’s stepsister recalls the ‘nightmares’ of Auschwitz
today 11:08 First picture of girl, 10, killed in house fire ‘started by dad who locked her in’
today 11:08 Who does Universal Credit get paid to? Guidance for household claims changed last year
today 11:08 Brexit explained: What will Brexit do to house prices? Will prices drop after Brexit?
today 11:08 Liverpool hold talks over Premier League victory parade as city council make route plans
today 11:08 Hugh Grant bemoans election 2019 'catastrophe' in bizarre rant – 'the country is FINISHED'
today 11:08 Brexiteers mock ‘embarrassing’ Alastair Campbell over refusal to use 50p Brexit coin
today 11:08 Let them go! China BLOCKS rescue jets for British citizens trapped in coronavirus cities
today 11:08 Coronavirus latest: Dr Hilary offers top tip for avoiding your risk of the deadly virus
today 11:08 Coronavirus horror as passengers on flight to Italy from Hong Kong tested for deadly virus
today 11:08 Meghan Markle’s father lashes out at Sussexes split from Queen which ‘makes NO SENSE’
today 11:08 Antiques Roadshow guest shocked by painting of Queen Elizabeth II’s impressive valuation
Editorials
Many jobs existing today will not vanish completely and new ones will be established, including those we have not yet imagined.
today 12:23
What you leave out is as important as what you choose to include. 
today 12:23
The company that designed the tower block’s cladding will be under scrutiny.
today 12:23
It has been Downing Street's tactic so far to use figures other than the Prime Minister as lightning rods for awkward decisions. 
today 11:20
Rather than a decade of renewal, without a radical change the UK economy appears set to face a decade of disappointment. 
today 11:20
After giving testimony in the film Destination Unknown 72 years after liberation, one of the last Holocaust survivors discusses why he never really left.
today 11:20
Increasing support for an illegal wildcat referendum is undermining the party’s attempt to win over  unionist voters. 
today 11:20
The heightened fear reflects our evolving knowledge of life-threatening infectious diseases.
today 09:14
84 categories seems excessive – but the awards' ever-changing structure reflects its attempts to map the nuances of contemporary music.
yesterday 06:59
Should we be worried about sepsis?
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