Friday, March 31, 2017

David Tennant

Actor David Tennant is suing the owners of the defunct News of the World over alleged phone hacking.

Scotland's Second Referendum

Scotland's first minister has signed a letter formally asking for powers to hold a second Scottish independence referendum.

Russia and US Election

Russia tried to hijack the US election through "propaganda on steroids", says a Democratic senator investigating alleged Kremlin political meddling.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Katie Hopkins

Columnist Katie Hopkins has been told she cannot appeal against a libel action which landed her with a six-figure bill.

Trump's Border Wall

President Donald Trump's Mexican border wall may be delayed as Republicans consider putting its funding on hold.

Historic Moment for Britain

Britain's departure from the EU is "an historic moment from which there can be no turning back", Theresa May has said.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Samantha Baldwin

Police have said they are concerned for the safety of a mother and her two sons who have gone missing.
Samantha Baldwin, 42, from Newark, Nottinghamshire, was last seen in Nottingham city centre on Monday.

Scotland and Independence

Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second referendum on independence for Scotland has been formally backed by the Scottish Parliament.

Trump and Climate Change

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order rolling back Obama-era rules aimed at curbing climate change.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Windsor Castle

Security barriers are being placed around Windsor Castle ahead of the next Changing of the Guard.

Janet Ajao

The mother of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood has said she is "shocked, saddened and numbed" by his actions.
Janet Ajao said she had "shed many tears for the people caught up in this horrendous incident".

Lorne Grabher

A Canadian man's last name has been deemed too offensive to go on his personalised car number plate.
Lorne Grabher says the plate, which he has had for decades, was suddenly refused when it came up for renewal.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Carrie Lam

The first woman elected to lead Hong Kong has vowed to heal divisions amid demands for more democracy and protests at Beijing's growing influence.
Carrie Lam, 59, had the backing of the Chinese government in Beijing and was widely expected to win.

WhatsApp and Terrorists

There must be "no place for terrorists to hide" and intelligence services must have access to encrypted messaging services, the home secretary has said.

Alexei Navalny

Russia's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has been arrested at an anti-corruption protest he organised in the capital, Moscow.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Amos Yee

Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee, who was jailed twice in his homeland for posting political and religious criticism online, has been granted asylum in the United States.

Douglas Carswell

UKIP's Douglas Carswell is quitting the party to become an independent MP and says he is doing so "amicably".

Trump and Tax Reform

US President Donald Trump says he will turn to tax reform, following his failure to get his healthcare bill through Congress on Friday.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Jessica Brown Findlay

Downton Abbey's Jessica Brown Findlay has spoken about her struggles with body image, revealing that she's had an eating disorder since her teenage years.

Cheaper Fuel At Supermarkets

Motorists will see an acceleration in fuel price cuts over the weekend as supermarkets take up to 2p off a litre of petrol and diesel.

Staci Martin

A "final" picture of PC Keith Palmer taken shortly before he was killed in the Westminster attack has emerged.
The photo was taken by US tourist Staci Martin as she posed with the officer 45 minutes before he was stabbed by Khalid Masood outside Parliament.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Ravindra Gaikwad

An Indian MP beat an airline employee repeatedly with a slipper after being unable to get a business class seat on an Air India flight.
Ravindra Gaikwad later told Indian reporters he had "hit him 25 times with my sandal" for "arrogance".

Paul Grebenc

A pilot has been jailed after he admitted boarding a flight he was due to help fly while more than double the drink-fly alcohol limit.
First Officer Paul Grebenc, 35, was taken off a United Airlines plane at Glasgow Airport on 27 August 2016.

Neil Gorsuch

The leading Democrat in the US Senate says he will lead an attempt to block President Donald Trump's nomination for the Supreme Court.
Chuck Schumer said Judge Neil Gorsuch favoured the "powerful over the weak" and failed to answer "question after question" in his confirmation hearing.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn

Theresa May has launched an attack on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for sending his son to a grammar school.


US House Republicans have revealed their plan to replace President Barack Obama's healthcare law.

Devin Nunes

Post-election communications of Donald Trump's team were swept up in an "incidental collection" by intelligence agencies, a Republican lawmaker says.
House intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes said he was "concerned" whether this may have amounted to spying on the team.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Lotte Group

Four members of the powerful family behind the $81bn (£66bn) Lotte Group business empire have gone on trial in Seoul this week.
Monday's session was a rare reunion of Lotte's 94-year-old founder Shin Kyuk-ho and his three oldest children.
His two sons fought a public battle over control of the company, while his daughter is currently in prison.

Inflation Rate in UK

Rising fuel and food prices helped to push last month's inflation rate to the highest since September 2013.

US, UK and Laptops Ban

The US and UK are banning laptops from cabin baggage on flights from certain countries in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as Turkey.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Unown Maps

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Brexit Next Week

Prime Minister Theresa May is to officially notify the European Union next Wednesday that the UK is leaving.

Proof of Diners' Residency

Four women in Southern California were asked to prove they were legal residents by a waiter in a restaurant.

Monday, March 20, 2017

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

US, China and North Korea

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has urged the US to remain "cool-headed" over North Korean tensions.
The situation was at a "crossroads", but must not be allowed to develop into a conflict, he said after hosting US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

Sturgeon and Holyrood

The SNP's Nicola Sturgeon has told her party conference that the will of Holyrood "must and will prevail" over a new independence referendum.

G20 and Protectionism

Finance ministers from world's biggest economies have dropped an anti-protectionist commitment after opposition from the US.
G20 ministers left the two-day meeting without renewing their long-standing pledge to bolster free trade.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Prince William, UK and France

The UK's relationship with France will continue despite the vote to leave the EU, Prince William has said.

Trump, Obama and Merkel

President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: "At least we have something in common, perhaps."

Mummy Tong and Boss Ming

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Toyota in Burnaston

Toyota is to invest £240m in upgrading its UK factory that makes the Auris and Avensis models.
The Japanese carmaker's investment in the Burnaston plant near Derby will allow production of vehicles using its new global manufacturing system.

Trump Tower

There are "no indications" that Trump Tower was under surveillance by the US government before or after the election, a Senate committee has said.

Prince William and Sophie Taylor

Prince William is facing further embarrassment after more clips emerged of him dancing in a nightclub in Verbier where he was seen putting his hands on the waist of a mystery blonde and gyrating with another glamorous clubgoer.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Private Photos of Emma Watson

Emma Watson is taking legal action after dozens of private images of her appeared online.

Scotland Leaving EU

The prime minister has claimed that Scotland will be leaving the European Union regardless of whether or not it votes for independence.

US Federal Reserve

The US Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark interest rate by 0.25% for only the third time in a decade.
The central bank voted to raise its key rate target to a range of 0.75% to 1%.
The Fed had been expected to raise rates after a robust February jobs report, solid pay gains, rising inflation and a dip in the unemployment rate to 4.7%.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Bake A Cake Catering

A wedding company boss who conned brides-to-be out of thousands of pounds has been jailed for three years.
Bake A Cake Catering, in Halesowen, ceased trading in August 2015, failing to deliver wedding services that people had paid for.

Craig Mackinlay

A Conservative MP has been interviewed under caution over his election expenses, the BBC understands.
Craig Mackinlay, the MP for South Thanet, is being investigated over alleged overspending in the 2015 general election campaign.

Turkey-Netherlands Row

Turkey's war of words with the Netherlands has worsened after the Turkish president accused the Dutch of carrying out a massacre of Muslim men at Srebrenica, Bosnia, in 1995.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

China and South Korea's Missile

The deployment in South Korea of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) missile defence system has been slammed by Beijing. 

Revision App

Students using an exam revision app say they have been charged repeatedly, even when they no longer need it or have not been able to use it.
Revision App claims to offer effective online revision through its website or phone app.

Nicola Sturgeon and Independence

Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Ousted Park Geun-hye

Ousted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye has now left the presidential palace, two days after judges upheld parliament's decision to impeach her.

David Davis and Brexit

David Davis has urged MPs to back the Brexit bill and insisted the UK would be prepared, if it has to leave the EU with no deal in place.

Netherlands and Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the Netherlands it will "pay the price" for harming ties after two of his ministers were barred.
The two ministers were blocked from addressing Turkish expatriates in Rotterdam on Saturday, with one of them escorted to the German border.
The Dutch government said such rallies would stoke tensions days before the Netherlands' general election.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Comic Con in Liverpool

Thousands of fantasy fans have descended on Liverpool for the city's Comic Con dressed as their favourite characters.

Preet Bharara

A New York federal prosecutor who refused to resign when he and 45 other prosecutors were asked to by the Trump administration says he has been sacked.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has described the Dutch as "Nazi remnants and fascists", as a diplomatic row grows over a cancelled rally.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Jack Monroe and Katie Hopkins

Food blogger Jack Monroe has won £24,000 damages, plus legal costs, in a libel action against columnist Katie Hopkins after a row over two tweets.

Washing Machine with Curry Button

A washing machine has been launched for the Indian market, with a special mode to tackle curry stains.
Panasonic said the introduction of a 'curry' button followed complaints from customers struggling to fully get the food off their clothes.
It says development took two years, testing combinations of water temperature and water flow.

Poland and EU

Polish PM Beata Szydlo has accused the French president of trying to blackmail her country, in a row over Thursday's re-election of EU leader Donald Tusk.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon has hardly made a secret of her belief that Scotland's different attitude to the EU possibly justifies a second independence referendum.

Tesco and Underpaid

Tesco is reimbursing 140,000 current and former staff who were left underpaid due to a payroll error.

Donald Tusk

EU leaders have re-elected Donald Tusk as president of the European Council despite a bid to oust him by his home country, Poland.
The leaders voted 27 to one to give him another two-and-a-half-year term, EU officials said.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Osborne and Blackrock

Former Chancellor George Osborne is to be paid £650,000 a year for advising the US fund manager Blackrock.

Higher Taxes in UK

Chancellor Philip Hammond has increased National Insurance bills for self-employed people in his first Budget - leading to accusations he has broken a manifesto pledge not to raise taxes.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty was plunged into darkness for a few hours after an unexpected power cut late on Tuesday.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Second Brexit Defeat

The government has suffered a second Brexit defeat in the House of Lords as peers backed, by 366 votes to 268, calls for a "meaningful" parliamentary vote on the final terms of withdrawal.
Backing the move, former deputy PM Lord Heseltine said Parliament must be the "custodian of national sovereignty".

Bon and Pon

Move over Kim Kardashian, there is a new social media star in town - or two, to be precise.
Their names rhyme, their clothes match - Japanese couple Bon and Pon are putting a smile on the social media world with their perfectly co-ordinated chic outfits and silver hair.

Malaysians in North Korea

North Korea and Malaysia have banned each other's citizens from leaving their countries, in a growing row over the killing of Kim Jong-nam.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Dress Codes For Women

An inquiry into work dress codes has exposed "widespread discrimination" against women, MPs have said.
The investigation was prompted by a petition, being debated by MPs, that called for a ban on requiring women to wear high heels at work.


TalkTalk customers are being targeted by an industrial-scale fraud network in India, according to whistleblowers who say they were among hundreds of staff hired to scam customers of the British telecoms giant.

Trump and New Travel Ban

President Donald Trump has signed a new executive order placing a 90-day ban on people from six mainly Muslim nations.
Iraq - which was covered in the previous seven-nation order - has been removed from the new one after agreeing additional visa vetting measures.
The directive, which includes a 120-day ban on all refugees, takes effect on 16 March.

Monday, March 6, 2017

James Clapper and Trump

The director of national intelligence at the time of the US election has denied there was any wire-tapping of Donald Trump or his campaign.
James Clapper also told NBC that he knew of no court order to allow monitoring of Trump Tower in New York.

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Tampines MRT Station

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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Sinn Fein

Sinn Féin has hailed the assembly election as a "watershed" moment after the party came within one seat of drawing level with the DUP.

Kevin Lewis and Trump

President Donald Trump's accusation that his predecessor ordered his phones to be tapped is "simply false", Barack Obama's spokesman has said.
Kevin Lewis said that "neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen".

Tokutokuya Ang Mo Kio

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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Chan Hoi Wan

Former entertainment journalist Chan Hoi Wan has come a long way. Not only has she become a celebrity in her own right, but she is now officially the richest woman in Hong Kong, worth some HK$50 billion (S$9 billion). 

Mike Nesbitt

Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt is to resign - the first major casualty of the Northern Ireland Assembly election.

Francois Fillon

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has suffered another blow as his campaign manager quit late on Friday.
Patrick Stefanini said his resignation will take effect on Sunday night.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Ri Jong Chol

The North Korean man being held by Malaysia in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam is to be released and deported on Friday.
Malaysia's Attorney General Mohamed Apandi Ali said Ri Jong Chol was "a free man" as there was "insufficient evidence to charge him".

Laura Beal

A police officer has published a damning resignation letter on social media criticising police for "putting their employees last".
Laura Beal has served with the Devon and Cornwall force for 13 years as a police constable and even featured in a force advertising campaign.

Jeff Sessions

Top Republicans are urging Attorney General Jeff Sessions to remove himself from an FBI probe into alleged Russian interference in the US election.
He is under fire after it emerged he met Russia's envoy during the election - despite claiming he had had "no communications with the Russians".

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Drivers and Texting in UK

Drivers caught using a phone within two years of passing their test will have their licence revoked under new rules in England, Scotland and Wales.

Travis Kalanick

Uber boss Travis Kalanick has apologised after a video emerged of him swearing at one of the company's drivers.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

BHS Pension Scheme

Sir Philip Green has agreed a £363m cash settlement with the Pensions Regulator to plug the gap in the BHS pension scheme.

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Trump Blames Obama

US President Donald Trump has said he believes Barack Obama is behind a wave of protests against Republican lawmakers, and national security leaks.