UK & World

Peter Tatchell leads protesters in disrupting Jeremy Corbyn speech

Protesters led by Peter Tatchell have disrupted a speech by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

 

Boris Johnson charms the Gulf after 'proxy wars' rebuke

Boris Johnson has called for deeper ties to Gulf nations and said Brexit could lead to free trade deals with them as he sought to move past his earlier criticism of Saudi Arabia.

 

Boris Johnson charms the Gulf after 'proxy wars' rebuke

Boris Johnson has called for deeper ties to Gulf nations and said Brexit could lead to free trade deals with them as he sought to move past his earlier criticism of Saudi Arabia.

 

21st Century Fox makes takeover bid for Sky

21st Century Fox, the international film and television giant behind hit shows like The Simpsons and Modern Family, has tabled a takeover bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News.

 

Showbiz News

1D star Louis Tomlinson's mother dies aged 43

The mother of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has died aged 43 after battling leukaemia.

 

Kirk Douglas turns 100 after seven decades of film

Kirk Douglas, the veteran actor behind Paths Of Glory, Lust for Life and Spartacus turns 100 years old on Friday.

 

Controversial director Paul Verhoeven to head Berlin Film Festival jury

Controversial director Paul Verhoeven has been named as president of the jury at this year's Berlin International Film Festival.

 

Justin Bieber to headline Hyde Park's BST festival

Justin Bieber has been announced as the fourth headline act for next year's British Summer Time festival in London's Hyde Park.

 

Sports News

Badminton and wheelchair rugby among sports to lose Olympic funding

Archery, badminton, fencing, weightlifting and wheelchair rugby will not get funding in the run up to the Tokyo Olympics.

 

Russian Olympic team 'corrupted London 2012 on unprecedented scale'

The Russian Olympic team corrupted the London 2012 Games on an "unprecedented scale", an independent investigation has found.

 

Russian doping cover-up 'helped 1,000 athletes cheat'

More than 1,000 Russian athletes in 30 summer and winter Olympic and Paralympic sports benefited from a systematic doping cover-up, including many medalists from London 2012.

 

Airline boss questioned over Chapecoense crash in Colombia

The head of the airline whose plane crashed in Colombia, killing 19 members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, has been detained by prosecutors for questioning.

 

Howard and Byrne Solicitors, York - Criminal Defence Specialists

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