The Blueprint for Brexit: how Britain will negotiate out of the EU and spend for the sake of the economy
Top British universities say they have already faced problems working with European partners following the Brexit referendum result. Academics said they had been asked to leave EU-funded projects or pull out of leadership roles. In a confidential survey by the Guardian of Russell Group universities, reports of the backlash came from across thRead More
New Zealand Cricket is unlikely to bow to an online petition demanding a boycott of the Black Caps' Zimbabwe tour, unless it believes there is a direct threat of violence towards its players.
A petition on Change.org is calling for NZC to pull out of their two-test tour, in a stanRead More
84 people were killed and about 100 more injured when an armed man drove a truck at full speed into a crowd who had gathered to watch the Bastille Day fireworks display over the seafront in Nice on Thursday night.
French counter-terrorism police are investigating after the driverRead More
Revenues at Pinewood grew 10.9pc to £83.2m (€97.6m)last year while the company's operating profit soared 136.3pc to £13.6m.
Paedophile footballer Adam Johnson has LOST the first stage of his appeal against his conviction for sexual activity with a 15-year-old, says his sister
Footballer Adam Johnson has lost an appeal against his conviction for child sex offences, according to his sister.
The England disgraced winger's sister Faye posted a message on Twitter, saying: 'Absolutely devastated that the single judge has rejected my brother's appeal against sentRead More
Amazon’s Prime Day has returned for a second year, with over 100,000 deals to be had for members of its loyalty program. Last year, Amazon claimed that sales surpassed those on Black Friday with Prime membersRead More