Exclusive: Prominent human rights lawyer writes to foreign secretary with stinging denunciation Amal Clooney, the high-profile human rights lawyer, has resigned from her position as the UK’s special envoy on media freedom in protest at the government’s intention to breach […]
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who is serving 23 years in prison in the US for rape and sexual assault, has been stripped of his honorary Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by the ruling of the Queen. […]
Central London will be quiet on New Year’s Eve, Mayor Sadiq Khan has decreed, claiming fireworks and other merrymaking would be too dangerous to public health amid the coronavirus pandemic. The decision to cancel the traditional South Bank fireworks display […]
Will Castle, 22, Rhys James, 23 and Quinn Paczesny, 20, claim they’ve not had proper food or human contact for a month Three young Brits who caught coronavirus while doing summer jobs in Italy say they are being ‘held against […]
Has Sony dropped the ball when it comes to pre-orders? (pic: Sony) The Friday Inbox begins to think that the next generation consoles can wait, as readers are upset at so many PS5 games going cross-gen. To join in with […]
There was a last minute shake-up in the I Hate Suzie casting (Picture: SKY) I Hate Suzie star Nathaniel Martello-White has revealed he was actually lined up to play his on-screen rival in the widely acclaimed Billie Piper and Lucy […]
Andre Braugher opened up about Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s police brutality plot (Picture: Netflix) Andre Braugher has opened up about Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s police brutality plot, confessing he’s ‘anxious’ over his character’s reaction. Comedy bosses recently confirmed they would be delving into the […]
Olivia Colman is set to release a classical album (Picture: Rex) Olivia Colman is set to release a classical album of poetry and music with author Sir Michael Morpurgo. Not quite content with winning countless acting awards – including an […]
Public accounts committee report accuses department of ignoring evidence and failing to learn from its mistakes The Home Office has drawn up immigration policies on “anecdote, assumption and prejudice” instead of relying on evidence, an influential parliamentary committee has concluded. […]
Report shows schools in the most deprived areas worst affected by government’s austerity policy State schools in England have suffered their worst decline in funding since the 1980s, with secondary schools and those in the most deprived areas the worst […]