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Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson demands urgent action to find home for SAS hero Bob Curry

DEFENCE Secretary Gavin Williamson has demanded urgent action to find a home for an SAS hero facing life on the streets. He has ordered council chiefs to meet their commitments under the military covenant by finding Bob Curry somewhere to live now. Click

United States

Government shutdown to prevent U.S. troops overseas from watching NFL playoff games

U.S. troops stationed overseas slammed the government shutdown on Saturday after finding out that it might cause them to miss Sunday’s NFL conference championship games.


‘It’s a Women’s Wave Coming.’ The Women’s March Is Turning Into a True Political Force

Democratic women are turning their heartbreak over Trump's victory into political action heading into the midterms


Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: If you were the boss of your favourite games company

Readers discuss what they’d do if they were suddenly the CEO of a major video games publisher, from Nintendo to Ubisoft.


Injustice 2 and the problem with playing fighting games on your own – Reader’s Feature

A reader looks at the much praised single-player options in Injustice 2, and asks whether fighting games can still do better.


What I would like to see from a Playground Games Fable reboot – Reader’s Feature

A reader approves of the recent rumours about Fable IV and makes his own wishlist of features for the new game.


Deported from Belgium, tortured in Sudan

Has Belgium failed in its duty to protect asylum seekers?

Showbiz & TV

Call the Midwife’s Leonie Elliott reveals tough times ahead for Poplar’s first West Indian nurse

When Call The Midwife returns for its eagerly anticipated seventh series this week, there will be a new member of the Nonnatus House family – Jamaican nurse Lucille Anderson. Up-and-coming actress Leonie Elliott couldn’t be more admiring of

Showbiz & TV

What’s on TV tonight? Shows to watch on Sunday 21 January from Call the Midwife to McMafia

WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows… NEW! Call the Midwife, 8pm, BBC One Seven series in and although cast and characters come and go, Call The Midwife continues on its course as reassuringly steady in its


Alex Hales breaks silence on the night Ben Stokes was arrested and admits: "I've learnt my lesson"

Hales has returned to England action for the first time since the night in September where Stokes was arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm


America planned to bring Russia in from the cold with Star Wars project

Britain’s national security risked being undermined by America who considered making Russia partners in the “Star Wars” missile defence shield because Boris Yeltsin was transforming the former Soviet Union into “permanent good guys


Call The Midwife vicar Jack Ashton had to stop going to church when incense smell made him sick

The actor returns to our screens as the Rev Tom Hereward on Sunday night after the hit BBC1 show was the most watched show over Christmas


New Web Series Focuses On The Development Of Vampyr

Dontnod Entertainment may not be working on Life Is Strange at the moment, but the studio is still focused on making character-focused, choice-driven video games. That philosophy is exemplified in the latest web series for the upcoming action-RPG, Vampyr,

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