TECH giants like Facebook and Twitter must clean up their act by the end of the year or face Government crackdowns, an ex-spy chief has declared. Robert Hannigan – the former boss of GCHQ until last year – accused firms of “missing the
Pontiff regrets choice of words after dismissing victims’ claimsPope says Bishop Juan Barros did not turn a blind eye to abusePope Francis has apologised for insisting that victims of paedophile priests show “proof” to be believed. He s
Higher education staff at 61 universities vote to protest over proposed changes to pensionsTens of thousands of university students could face disruption to their studies next month after higher education staff voted in favour of industrial action in prot
A JUNIOR doctor who suffered horrific injuries after her horse trampled on her face has had it rebuilt – with surgeons using old Facebook pictures to construct her new appearance. Dr Elizabeth Calton, 38, suffered multiple facial fractures when her
Chanelle revealed her skin issues with her fans on social media[Chanelle Hayes/ Instagram]
Mother of two Chanelle Hayes revealed that she had "cysts / boils" on her face and was struggling to find the cause of the problem.
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German conservatives are warning the center-left Social Democrats that they're not prepared to renegotiate preliminary agreements on issues such as migration after their prospective partners narrowly backed coalition talks.
SINGER Shakira could face jail and a tax bill of “several dozen million pounds” after reportedly being accused of evasion. The star, 40, has two kids with Barcelona ace Gerard Piqué and spends part of her time in Spain. Reports there claim
BRITS face a Monday morning washout as heavy flooding threatens to wreak havoc for thousands of commuters. Rivers burst their banks across Devon and Somerset, with trains across the South West facing severe delays and cancellations. Yesterday families wer
A Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen said it plans $1.5 billion of new relief funding for the war-torn country. Riyadh and its allies face increasing pressure over the conflict’s civilian toll.
AN Iraqi family who fled the country after being targeted by a car bomb have been told they’re being sent back. The Al-Aloosi family escaped the war-ravaged Middle Eastern country in 2006 after being attacked by the local militia. They received