November 22, 2018 4:21 PM Royal SHOCK CLAIM: Princess Diana did 'more DAMAGE than anything since the abdication'
PRINCESS Diana sparked controversy within the royal family not seen since the days of Edward VIII’s abdication from the throne, an expert has claimed. Princess Diana married Prince Charles in a lavish ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral in 1981. Their wedding was celebrated all over the world, with millions believing in the “fairytale” romance. However 52
November 21, 2018 1:24 PM Plans for Thatcher statue in hometown: Locals warn it will ‘get plastered in ROTTEN EGGS'
PLANS have officially been officially submitted today to erect a statue of Margaret Thatcher in her hometown but critics have warned the sculpture will get “plastered in rotten eggs” and need “24 hour security”. Officials in Grantham, Lincolnshire, hope to install a bronze sculpture of the first female Prime Minister after it was rejected by councillors 52
November 21, 2018 9:41 AM Gibraltar ‘a real place’
GIBRALTAR is a real place and not a mythical island covered in monkeys and cheap fags, it has emerged. Spain’s threat to derail the Brexit negotiations over Gibraltar has surprised millions of people who had believed the small, rocky outcrop to be entirely imaginary. Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said: “When the Spanish delegation raised the question 51
November 20, 2018 9:42 PM Iran accuses Trump of 'shameful' support for Saudi Arabia in wake of Khashoggi killing
IRAN has branded Donald Trump as “shameful” as they accused the US President of pledging support for Saudi Arabia despite the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in its Istanbul consulate. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was enraged by Mr Trump’s statement which criticised Tehran in its opening paragraphs. The US President’s statement 92
November 20, 2018 11:11 AM Migrant workers in the UK send £8billion home to families every year
MIGRANT workers in the UK are sending home billions of pounds every year to support their families, according to a United Nations report, making Britain one of the top countries in the world for the payments. About £8billion is sent to family members outside the UK every year, the report from the UN’s education agency revealed. The UK is one of the top 10 countries 94
November 20, 2018 10:05 AM Christmas Jumper Day 2018: When is Christmas Jumper Day in the UK?
THE FESTIVE season is fast approaching and with it comes all things Christmas; food, drink, clothes and presents. When is Christmas Jumper Day in the UK? Christmas Jumper Day is a day for you to don your most festive Christmas attire all in the aid of charity. Workplaces, schools or even at home you can dress up in your Santa sweaters, Christmas pudding 73
November 20, 2018 10:00 AM Introducing Our MTV PUSH: Ones To Watch 2019 Shortlist…
Yep, it's already about that time for us to look ahead to the next 12 months and let you know which music acts we think you need to keep your eye on. Today we reveal our MTV PUSH: Ones To Watch 2019 shortlist (formerly known as MTV Brand New) where we throw our support behind 10 artists making some serious noise. Last year Mabel was crowned MTV’s Brand 289
November 17, 2018 9:37 AM Brexit battle kills democracy as EU’s imperial army wages war
Congratulations Theresa May for stopping Brexit. The big problem for her is that people noticed, chiefly the millions who voted for Brexit and secondly a few of the public servants whose job was to make it happen, notably members of her Cabinet who saw the binary choice on offer and resigned. You are either in the EU or out of it. May’s withdrawal Bill is a deal to stay in. Over 17 million 89
November 16, 2018 3:30 PM William Goldman: Butch Cassidy and All The President's Men screenwriter dies aged 87
William Goldman won Oscars for Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid and All the President's Men, and adapted Misery and The Chamber. The American, who won Academy awards for the classic western movie Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969) and political thriller All The President's Men (1976), had been suffering from colon cancer, his daughter confirmed 160
November 15, 2018 5:13 PM The Welsh town hoping to avoid a 'no-deal' Brexit
Many people in Port Talbot, which is home to a Tata steelworks, are anxious Theresa May's draft Brexit deal will be voted down. It is a town where 13,000 people were once employed at the steelworks. Now, it is less than half that. Despite receiving millions of pounds in EU development money over the years, 52% of people who voted in the referendum opted 109