ADVERTISING guru Sir Martin Sorrell has told Facebook and Google to stop denying they are media companies. He said the web giants now even employ editorial staff to check content in the wake of a series of fake news scandals. Speaking at the World Economi
AN eight inch Chihuahua has been branded “dangerously out of control” after attacking a postwoman, a court heard. Postal worker Amy Ash was left needing hospital treatment after seven-year-old pet Louie allegedly sunk his teeth in to her ankles. She c
NORTHERN Ireland could be connected to mainland Britain with a £20billion superbridge across the Irish Sea. Proposals have been made for a crossing from Larne in County Antrim stretching the 25-mile gap to Portpatrick in Dumfries and Galloway. The link w
Rep. Patrick Meehan said in an interview Tuesday with the Philadelphia Inquirer that while he had developed deep "affection" for a former staffer and saw her as a "soul mate," he never pursued a romantic relationship with her, contrary to her claims.
AN UNDERCOVER reporter posing as a hostess at a male-only charity event attended by the rich and famous has claimed her colleagues were propositioned and groped throughout the evening. Madison Marriage, a journalist working for the Financial Times, worke
JAMES Franco’s accusers have said the star is “absolutely not Harvey Weinstein” but did exploit women with sex and nude scenes. Two women took aim at the actor for wearing a “TimesUp” pin at the Golden Globes last week making allegations of impr
A FARMER’S son has been denied a penny of his late father’s £3million estate — despite grafting on his land his whole life. Sam James said he was “completely cut out” of dad Allen’s fortune after devoting his whole to wo