The car builds on the strong platform of its predecessor, but it has been clear that there has been a lot of work done to improve areas which it felt were not perfect – and recover those areas where it had been forced to make changes because of external
Colorado students held a rally with Parkland survivors on anniversary of 1999 shooting, while nationwide protests are planned at schoolsWhen Columbine high school teacher Paula Reed does lockdown drills to prepare for an active shooter, she does them in t
Gemma Collins could face legal action after photoshopping her head onto a model's body [ITVBe]
Gemma Collins could face legal action after it has been claimed she photoshopped her head onto a model's body to promote her clothing range.
Tenants threatened with eviction and rent rises for complaining about the condition of their homes need better protection from rogue landlords, MPs have said. They have recommended the creation of a new fund to allow local authorities to take enforce
IT’S the planet we live on and is home to more than six billion humans and countless other animals and plants. But with climate change and pollution endangering planet Earth, people are being implored to help protect the fragile environment –
The former MP says he offered to settle the debts of the company, which collapsed owing about $300m• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Clive Palmer says he once offered to pay the debts of Queensland Nickel and that he wi
The race, which will take place on the 16th of August, kicking off three consecutive nights of NASCAR action at the famed 0.533-mile oval. The Whelen Modified Series will be on hand along with the three national divisions and will precede the Trucks on Th
Nicola Sturgeon has described the air strikes in Syria as a “macho strongman standoff between Trump and Putin” and claimed Theresa May made a mistake by failing to consult parliament ahead of the action.
JEREMY Corbyn has called for a new “War Powers Act” banning Theresa May from taking any military action without a vote by MPs. The Labour leader repeated his suggestion for a “robust” law which would bind any Prime Minister to getting Parliament