World

No Way, Huawei: Australia Looks to Cut China's Line Into South Pacific

Australia said it would build an undersea high-speed internet cable to the Solomon Islands, in a move that officially shuts out China’s Huawei Technologies Co. as concerns grow about Beijing’s influence in the Pacific.

Entertainment

Maya Jama Apologises After Offensive Tweet About 'Dark-Skinned Women' Is Unearthed

Maya Jamahas issued an apology after an offensive tweet about “dark skinned women” was unearthed on her Twitter. TheRadio 1presenter was on the receiving end of a backlash when it was revealed she posted on her account back in 2012: &ldqu

Celebrity

Dale Winton had secret fling with a ‘very famous’ actor who was not openly gay – decades before TV presenter's shock death

Dale Winton tragically passed away at the age of 62[Getty] Supermarket Sweep host Dale Winton was confirmed to have passed away by his agent on Wednesday, with the cause of death yet to be confirmed. In the wake of his sad death, it’s been report

United Kingdom

Beckton birthday acid attacker John Tomlin jailed for 16 years

John Tomlin is sentenced for causing grievous bodily harm to Resham Khan and Jameel Muhktar.

United Kingdom

Prince Charles to be next Commonwealth head

Commonwealth leaders agree that Prince Charles will be the next head of the organisation, BBC understands.

Business

Failed Foot-Care Gadget Trips Up Reckitt

One of consumer-goods giant Reckitt Benckiser’s highest-profile innovations in recent years is proving to be a lingering thorn in its heel.

Europe

Algerian woman denied French citizenship over a handshake

An Algerian woman is denied citizenship for refusing to shake the hand of an official.

Europe

Bitcoin heist: Iceland fugitive says he wants to go home

The man fled custody in Iceland and got on a plane that was carrying the country's PM.

Entertainment

Hero Firefighters To Run London Marathon For Children Who Survived Grenfell

On Sunday, eight firefighters will tie up their laces and join more than 40,000 runners taking part in the London Marathon.The team, from North Kensington fire station, were the first crew on the scene at the Grenfell Tower fire last June. Since then

Entertainment

New Charity Hopes To Revolutionise School Lunches By Putting 100 Restaurant Chefs In Schools

Kids’ school lunches could be revolutionised thanks to a new charity that is putting restaurant chefs inschools.The charity -Chefs In Schools- has been co-founded by Henry Dimbleby (co-founder of Leon), Nicole Pisani (former head chef at NOPI)

Life & Style

Twister ice lolly cocktails exist and are literally just the thing for Britain's heatwave

Twister ice lolly sends customers into total meltdown [Getty] People are flocking to pub gardens and rooftop bars as Britain has been hit with major heatwave, which is tipped to last for a record breaking 100 days.  There is one innovative new cock

Entertainment

Guess What, Mrs May? Words Have Consequences

Theresa May learned an important lesson this week: words have meanings.They also - especially when spoken by government ministers - have consequences. Real consequences for real people.People likeDexter Bristol, who came to Britain at the age of eight fro

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