Daily Archives: Oct 15, 2017
Hurricane Ophelia is currently approaching south west Ireland and is likely to hit the coast before making its way further east towards Wales and the Isle of Man.Read More »
A survey of customer satisfaction gave the M4’s eastbound Heston Services, the final potential stop for motorists before London, a score of just 62 per cent.Read More »
Chris Grayling said the Chancellor was wrong to suggest there might be 'no air traffic' between Britain and the EU following Brexit in March 2019.Read More »
Protected green belt land could be bulldozed to build homes to ease the housing crisis. The Treasury is considering the radical proposal's for inclusion in next month's UK budget.Read More »
The 11th edition of the Landscape Photographer of the Year book is out now and it contains some of the most stunning images of Britain you’re ever likely to see. Here's a jaw-dropping sneak peek.Read More »
Conservative MP for Croydon South in London, Chris Philp, has backed a crackdown on machines that allow gamblers to stake £100 every 20 seconds on Britain's high streets.Read More »
British novelist Philip Pullman criticised Winnie the Pooh creator AA Milne for peddling 'sickly nostalgia' of childhood. He says he didn't show adolescence as preparation for adulthood.Read More »
Two well known Italians - actress Asia Argento and model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez - are among those to have accused the Hollywood film mogul of sexually harassing them.Read More »
JEREMY Corbyn could face furore within his own party when officials release details of new constituency boundaries later this week after attempts from Labour loyalists to save their leader’s seat.
THE NHS could be set for a £500million bill if Brexit negotiators are unable to strike a deal before Britain leaves the EU, health chiefs warn.