Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Brexit rebel Lord Heseltine sacked from government role

Lord Heseltine was one of 13 Tory peers to defy the government Conservative former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine has been sacked as a...

FTSE LIVE: Footsie gains after Morrisons kicks off retail results season; pound in focus...

Morrisons kicked off the retail Christmas results season with a bang 08:30: The Footsie made a buoyant start to the session as investor optimism...

MIDAS UPDATE: Bumper year projected for Cineworld as fans line up for a battalion...

A string of blockbuster films is expected to hit the silver screen this year and next, including the latest incarnations of Toy Story, Fantastic...

Fort Lauderdale shooting: Airport reopens

Passengers ran for cover as news of the shooting spread The Fort Lauderdale airport has reopened after five people were shot dead and eight...

Caught on dashcam, the horrifying moment German truck attacker hurtles towards Berlin Christmas market...

Hurtling towards a Christmas market packed with shoppers, this is the 25-tonne lorry used in the Berlin terror attack just moments before the massacre....

Girl gang in sex assault on footballer: Sick women stripped star and filmed ordeal

ASSAULT: Brogan Gillard, Paige Cunningham, and Shannon Jones face jail time for sex assault The trio met the stranger on a night out before...

A look at key events in Syria’s Aleppo since March 2011

BEIRUT (AP) — The Syrian government's capture of eastern Aleppo, held for more than four years by rebels, marks a horrific new chapter for...

What a result… JD Sports leaves Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley in the shade

Five years ago Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley threatened to ‘finish off’ his main rival, JD Sports. But buoyant JD Sports is set to...

Watford and Stefano Okaka rally and hold off Everton and Romelu Lukaku

Watford outfought and outthought a vulnerable Everton side to take all three points on a dank December lunchtime. Two goals from Romelu Lukaku were...

Stop Christmas gift cards rip-off: Government declares war on shops as it’s revealed £300MILLION...

Shops are being warned to end their £300million gift card rip-off. Customers are being shortchanged because some cards expire within just six months. Others...

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