United Kingdom

Brexit: Government faces inquiry into gender pay gap laws

Exclusive: 'The Government must not use Brexit to wriggle out of its responsibility to tackle the pay gap'

Films

12 Strong – Discuss And Rate With Spoilers

Seen 12 Strong, and want to share your thoughts on the film? Head inside, and rate / discuss the latest Chris Hemsworth action drama for yourself.

Top News

Arsenal transfer news: Olivier Giroud's agent refuses to rule out a move to Germany for the Frenchman

Giroud is currently side-lined by injury, but, is expected to return to action next week, as confirmed by the manager.

United Kingdom

Nottingham Prison in 'dangerous state' says chief inspector of prisons

The chief inspector of prisons demands action at HMP Nottingham after eight suicides in two years.

Sport

Leganes 0-0 Real Madrid LIVE as Zinedine Zidane's struggling giants look to end slump in Copa del Rey

Follow all the quarter-final first leg action from the Estadio Municipal de Butarque here

Scotland

Ex-Rangers administrator claims he was 'failed' by police

Businessmen David Whitehouse has raised a £9m action as he was 'unlawfully detained'.

America

Davos 2018: Americans to stage rally apologising for Trump ahead of President's visit to World Economic Forum

'We all felt an overwhelming desire to approach strangers and apologise' after Paris pull-out, says organiser

Australia

Christian Porter missing in action amid 'shocking attacks' on Victorian judges, Labor says

Mark Dreyfus accuses new attorney general of failing to stand up for the rule of lawLabor has accused the new attorney general, Christian Porter, of failing to stand up for the judiciary against his fellow minister Peter Dutton’s accusation that Vi

Sport

Chelsea vs Norwich live score and goal updates plus latest from other FA Cup third round replays

The Blues will be confident of progressing to the fourth round while Swansea and Bournemouth are also in action on Wednesday

Football

Liverpool transfer news: Cardiff beat rivals Middlesbrough to signing of Reds star Marko Grujic

CARDIFF have beaten Middlesbrough in the battle to sign Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic on loan. The Serbian international is struggling for match action under Jurgen Klopp and is being allowed to leave in order to get it. He has made just six appearanc

United States

Rex Tillerson says the North Korea nuclear threat is growing – video

Secretary of state says the US seeks a diplomatic resolution in the nuclear standoff with North Korea, but declines to comment on whether the White House is considering limited military action against Pyongyang Continue reading...

Sport

Behind the scenes of Sky Sports Football as Jamie Carragher, Martin Tyler and Geoff Shreeves reveal its inner secrets

Mirror Sport was invited to take a look at the action behind the cameras for Arsenal's game against Chelsea           

TV & Radio

Jersey Shore's Revival Series Has Picked Its New Location

The long-awaited revival of Jersey Shore is on the way, and big news has broken about where the action will go down.

Wales

No further action over Ebbw Vale man's death

Gwent Police said a teenager arrested on suspicion of Darren Price's murder had been released with no further action.

United Kingdom

Abortion protesters 'said I was a murderer'

Legal action is being considered after anti-abortion protesters have been accused of "harassing" women.

Celebrity

She’s got some cheek! Katie Prices treats fans to video of her 13th bum lift

The surgery-obsessed star allowed fans to get very close to the action

America

Chile protesters challenge Pope on Church sex abuse

Victims of sexual abuse say they are not ready to forgive and forget and want the Pope to take action.

Northern Ireland

NI Events Company: Board members disqualified from being directors

Legal action over NI Events Company scandal ends but board members claim they were made "scapegoats".

World

Millions of baby milk powder boxes recalled over salmonella scandal as company is hit by legal action from furious parents

MILLIONS of powdered baby milk boxes have been recalled amid a salmonella scandal. French dairy group Lactalis have been inundated by parents taking legal action over claims their children were left sick as a result of using the product. The company owns

Politics

Grassley calls for “corrective action” on abuses in herpes vaccine research

Senator Chuck Grassley sent out letters demanding an explanation about a rogue herpes vaccine trial

Northern Ireland

Facebook warned over legal action after revenge porn case

The social media firm is warned it could be sued by revenge porn victims after it settled with a teenager.

Films

The Commuter - Rate And Discuss With Spoilers

You've seen The Commuter. We've seen The Commuter. Let's talk out what we've seen, and celebrate Liam Neeson's latest beat 'em up action film!

United Kingdom

Northern Rail strike is on today – what are the January 2018 dates and which routes are affected?

WORKERS on Northern Rail are carrying out further strike action in their latest move in the ongoing row over driver-only operated trains. Here we explain why the RMT union is staging the industrial action and which services are facing disruption, delays o

Politics

Theresa May defends 'long-term' plastic waste plan

Campaigners say "emergency" action is needed now as the PM unveils a 25-year plastics crackdown.

United Kingdom

Lords vote for second Leveson probe into press conduct

The government is defeated over calls for a further inquiry into unlawful action by media organisations.

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