TV & Radio

How to apply for Britain’s Got Talent 2018 – venues, auditions and deadline for applications

BRITAIN’S Got Talent will return next year to scout out the best and most entertaining acts in the country. So want to try your luck? Here’s all the info you need to get involved with BGT 2018 – applications are open NOW! How do you a

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Andy Murray spotted leaving clinic walking with a limp following hip surgery that forced him out of Grand Slam

ANDY MURRAY was spotted leaving the clinic as he walked with a minor limp following the hip surgery that forced him out of the Australian Open. The British ace, 30, looked as comfortable you could expect after going under the knife, as he strolled out of

World

Open Banking goes live: The walls around traditional 'old style banking' are crumbling down

January 13, 2018 may be remembered as the 'beginning of the end' of the traditional retail banking industry.

United Kingdom

John Worboys: Rapist's jail move bid refused in 2015

Parole Board confirms it denied open jail transfer two years before ruling it was safe to free rapist.

Life & Style

New American Express Centurion Lounge Will Open At New York JFK Airport

American Express is expanding its premium Centurion Lounge network with a new location at New York JFK International Airport

United Kingdom

Donald Tusk: EU's 'heart still open to UK' over Brexit

The EU's "heart is still open to the UK" staying in, European Council President Donald Tusk says.

Finance

Greggs to open 130 new stores - with dozens more refurbished

The pasty giant is pushing ahead with its ambitious growth targets after opening 90 new branches in 2017

Business

Did The Australian Open Arrive Too Soon For Top Americans?

Regardless of the Americans’ fates, it is a legitimate question to ask whether the Melbourne event should shift its dates.

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Novak Djokovic denies pushing for a boycott of next year's tournament over prize money

The former world No 1 attempted to play down talk of internal strife within the men's game

Business

Dow on track to top 26,000 at open

(Reuters) - Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged more than 200 points on Tuesday, indicating that the blue-chip index could open above 26,000 for the first time, supported by strong earnings from UnitedHealth.

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Heather Watson crashes out to Yulia Putintseva in opening round

Australian Open 2018: Putintseva kept making her opponent play the extra ball before capitalising on her opponent's regular mistakes

Top News

Roger Federer reveals Australian Open worry after opening title defence with Aljaz Bedene win

Roger Federer is worried he might not be able to repeat his "fairytale" 2017 triumph despite easing into the second round with a confident straight-sets win over Aljaz Bedene.

Sport

It's comeback Tuesday at the Australian Open

Comebacks were to the fore at the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Tennis

Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka open their Australian Open campaigns with encouraging wins

Australian Open 2018: Djokovic crushed Donald Young 6-1, 6-2, 6-4, while Wawrinka recovered from a mid-match slump to beat Ricardas Berankis 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 7-6

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Petra Kvitova out but Maria Sharapova cruises through

Kvitova served for the match at 6-5 and 8-7, but Petkovic fought back on both occasions and eventually secured victory on a double fault

Tennis

Heather Watson crashes out of Australian Open after straight sets defeat to Yulia Putintseva

HEATHER WATSON had her chances but failed to complete a first-round clean sweep for British players. Watson seemed on course at least to force a decider against Kazakhstan’s Yulia Putintseva when she led 3-0 and 4-1 with a break in the second set.

Politics

EU bosses say Britain must accept open borders for THREE more years as they launch new bid to reverse Brexit

BRITAIN may be forced to accept new migrants from the EU even after Brexit, it emerged last night – as Brussels chiefs launched a new bid to stop us leaving. New negotiating guidelines from the EU suggest that European citizens must be allowed to s

Business

Roger Federer, Nadal And Sharapova Provide Australian Open With Showstopping Fashion Moments

Unusually, Federer and Sharapova were overshadowed in the fashion stakes by a sleeveless Nadal.

Finance

Greggs to open up 130 new branches around the UK as expansion continues

PASTY giant Greggs has rolled out plans to open 130 new shops this year as it continues to expand its meaty business. The high street bakery chain also aims to progress with refurbishments, revamping around 100 shops over 2018. The location of the new sto

Tennis

Australian Open 2018: Novak Djokovic starts in style with win over Donald Young

The former world number one was playing his first official match since retiring at Wimbledon in the summer

World

EU 'still open' to Britain changing mind on Brexit

STRASBOURG (Reuters) - Donald Tusk, the European Council president, weighed in to new British debate on whether to hold a second referendum on Brexit by saying on Tuesday that Britons would be welcome to stay in the European Union.

Tennis

Novak Djokovic denies calling for boycott of next year’s Australian Open if players’ cash demands are not met

NOVAK DJOKOVIC has denied calling for a boycott of next year’s Australian Open if player demands for more cash are not met. And the six-time Melbourne champion insists ending equal pay for women players at Grand Slams was not among the issues raise

World

Salt Bae is about to open his first New York steakhouse

Internet sensation ‘Salt Bae’ is about to open his first New York restaurant. The Turkish cook and butcher, whose name is Nusret Gökçe, will reveal his Nusr-Et Steakhouse in Midtown over the coming weeks. Its windows are emblazoned with

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