David Carrick's sentencing and the continued search for earthquake survivors lead the front pages.
Patients describe being unable to socialise or play with grandchildren as they wait for operations.
A range of charities are trying to help with things such as medical aid, shelter and food.
Billy Sharp and Sander Berge score injury-time goals as Sheffield United finally end non-league Wrexham's FA Cup adventure in a pulsating fourth-round replay.
The government suffered a series of heavy defeats to its Public Order Bill in the House of Lords.
Jake Davison had earlier said he was unable to think through his actions, an inquest hears.
The PCS union plans a second walkout as the row with the government over pay escalates.
Steph Pendleton says she is tortured by the thought of how her pet French bulldogs suffered.
The handwritten sheet was given to the founder of the inaugural David Bowie fan club by the star.
The PM's idea won't work without big changes to the education system, experts say.
People from Britain's Turkish and Syrian communities have responded quickly to the earthquake crisis.
The prolific rapist and former Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick has been told he will serve a minimum of thirty years behind bars.
We were joined by Angela Kearney, UNICEF's representative in Aleppo.
Nine days after he sacked Nadhim Zahawi as Conservative Party Chairman, Rishi Sunak today promoted Greg Hands - who had been a trade minister - as his replacement.
The majority of the Probation Service is currently working at excessive capacity, leaked internal figures obtained by Channel 4 News reveal, raising further fears that the service is struggling to cope.
Right across the regions affected by the quake, there has been growing anger with the lack of aid as rescue teams struggle to cope with the sheer scale of the destruction.
In Syria, as in Turkey, they are desperately going through rubble, trying to pull survivors out. With the official number killed heading towards 2000.
The Foreign Office has said this evening that a plane carrying 77 UK search and rescue specialists, state-of-the-art equipment and four search dogs has landed her in southern Turkey.
We were joined by Ali Rahbe from the Syrian Emergency Taskforce, a US-based organisation which backs the Syrian opposition.
More than seven thousand people are confirmed to have died across Syria and Turkey.
My Name Is Barbra will explore the six-decade career of the 80-year-old star.
Lord Hain helped negotiate the arrangement in 2007.
Claudia surprised the other islanders as she strutted into the villa dressed in a red angel outfit with elaborate wings.
The Copa Libertadores champions were unable to secure their place in the final
Wrexham’s FA Cup run came to an end in heartbreaking fashion
A painting of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher sold for £1,100 after being rescued from a rubbish tip.
The US Navy has released images of the recovery expedition to gather the pieces of the massive Chinese spy balloon shot down by a fighter jet over South Carolina on Saturday.
The new Apple TV+ original movie fails to match up to its TV series siblings and leaves viewers wanting something a little flashier
Lord Hain helped negotiate the arrangement in 2007.
Video conference company says it is adapting to post-pandemic life with job cuts
Andrew Marr has spelled out why another government reshuffle has exposed flaws at the heart of British politics as Rishi Sunak announced an overhaul of Whitehall. The LBC broadcaster and former BBC political editor explained sarcastically why it is “a good system if you don’t want politicians to understand what they’re up to”. Sunak’s sweeping shake-up comes just over 100 days after becoming prime minister, and follows months of chaos caused by the fall of Boris Johnson and the disastrous 49-day premiership of Liz Truss. Through that period, ministerial posts were passed around with alarming regularity. In the space of four months, the UK had four chancellors of the exchequer. Johnson’s tenure followed the Brexit-fuelled tumult under Theresa May, which saw repeated changes to her top team…
As part of an effort to reverse the Tory party’s flagging fortunes, Rishi Sunak has turned to a man who thinks food bank users “cannot budget” and criticised England footballers for taking the knee. Ashfield MP Lee Anderson has been appointed deputy chairman of the Conservative Party as part of the prime minister’s mini-reshuffle, and the move has raised eyebrows. UPDATE: he’s been handed a deck chair https://t.co/sHHweiocir— Angela Rayner 🌹 (@AngelaRayner) February 7, 2023 His controversial opinions even stretched to criticising Sunak’s government, comparing it to the “band on the Titanic”, meaning his appointment gave people the perfect opportunity to use the “shuffling the deckchairs” analogy. Elected to parliament in 2019, Anderson, 56, is a former coal miner who was a Labour councill…
Lee Anderson was elected Tory MP for Ashfield in 2019. The Conservatives’ new deputy chairman described the party as “ghastly” and not on the side of working people. Lee Anderson launched his outspoken attack in an online article seven years ago when he was still a Labour councillor. The controversial MP for Ashfield was appointed to his new role by Rishi Sunak earlier today. He has previously been condemned for comments he has made about nurses who use food banks. But writing for LabourList in 2016, he said: “I know the cycle of benefit dependency is not an easy one to break and that it’s not an easy problem to solve. “But I want Labour to be the party that solves it – not the ghastly Conservative Party of Iain Duncan Smith or George Osborne. “They don’t truly understand working people a…
Bake Off judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith The impressive cast of stars taking part in this year’s celebrity special of the Great British Bake Off has been announced. In honour of Stand Up To Cancer, a host of famous faces will be joining Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith to put their baking skills to the test, with Matt Lucas on presenting duties for the final time alongside regular co-host Noel Fielding. Taking part in the specials will be Friends actor David Schwimmer, Olympic diver Tom Daley, Loose Women panellist Judi Love and reality TV icon Gemma Collins. Also competing will be former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson, TV personality AJ Odudu, radio broadcaster Adele Roberts, daytime star Coleen Nolan and Dragon’s Den staple Deborah Meaden. Completing the line-up will be Ellie Taylor, P…
For one, don't comment on a pregnant person's body. “Big or small, doesn’t matter! Don’t do it, said OB-GYN Dr. Johana D. Oviedo. Some people see a pregnant belly and suddenly act like they have carte blanche to share whatever pops into their head to the mom-to-be. Don’t be one of them. In some cases, the comments are clearly rude or inappropriate. Other times, the remark may seem harmless or even complimentary, at least on the surface. Either way, your words can be frustrating or hurtful for pregnant people to receive. We asked moms which comments they wish people would stop saying to pregnant people and why. Their responses are a good reminder to pause before offering unsolicited opinions or advice. 1. “You look like you’re about to pop!” Or you might be guilty of other variations li…
‘The people sent us a clear message. Fighting for the sake of fighting, power for the sake of power, conflict for the sake of conflict, gets us nowhere’
Any potential alterations would mark a departure from traditional Jewish and Christian teachings dating back millennia.
Video showed the joy and jubilation of rescuers after an entire family was retrieved from the wreckage near the rebel-held city of Idlib
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried will be in a New York courtroom Thursday for a bail-related hearing despite his lawyers claims that they've settled their differences with prosecutors
‘Does she even know the price of eggs?’ one critic said
The Burnley boss feared the forward would be recalled by parent club Southampton during the transfer window.
NASCAR star Kyle Busch was detained at a Mexican airport last month when a handgun and ammunition were discovered in his luggage
The pop star introduced Sam Smith and Kim Petras before their performance at event
For a Super Bowl crowd, there may be no better dish than chili
At least 13 police officers in Memphis have been fired or are facing disciplinary measures for their roles in the beating
Gavin Burrows says he is naming names in a damning expose containing evidence the rugby player and X-Factor star had been blackmailed by criminals and threatened over a Somali mafia debt.
EXCLUSIVE: Justin Reid spoke to Mirror Sport on Super Bowl LVII Opening Night to discuss Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts ahead of the NFL's season finale on Sunday
Residents complaint about foul smells at Wendelburie Rise development in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, and to combat the issue Anglian Water fitted a huge 'poo pipe'
Will and Jessie got hot and heavy under the covers as they spent in the night in the hideaway on Love Island, with the fitness instructor confirming the next morning that she and Will had sex
Sheffield United left it late to dump Wrexham out of the FA Cup on Tuesday, but despite suffering defeat their owners were quick to share their love for the team
A group of Qatari investors are set to lodge a mammoth takeover bid for Manchester United ahead of the mid-February deadline that has been set by the Glazer family
LIV Golf stars have plummeted down the Official World Golf Rankings, and former world No.4 Bryson DeChambeau has felt the effects of the fall more than most
The case for a proper windfall tax on the corporate cash machine is overwhelming with BP's profits more than doubling, it tells us all we need to know about the Tories
Love Island viewers are convinced Tom knows new girl Claudia, as he pulled a telling face when she entered the villa on Tuesday night
Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp gave a passionate post-match interview after scoring in injury-time to knock National League side Wrexham out of the FA Cup
Number of trains could be cut from from 18 to 10 an hour and maximum speed of 360 km/h (224 mph) may be reduced Ministers are planning on cutting HS2 services and train speeds in an attempt to drive down the cost of the heavily delayed project, it has been reported. The government is said to be considering cutting the number of trains from 18 to 10 an hour and reducing the trains’ maximum speeds. Continue reading...
Channel 4’s unflinching new drama paints a terrifying picture of digital misogyny in schools and the real-life assaults it causes. It’s a carefully told story, delivered by an excellent young cast There is a lot that is timely about playwright Emma Dennis-Edwards’ one-off drama about sexual assault – and a lot that is horribly timeless. Anxiety about how YouTube misogynists might warp teenage minds is very much of this Andrew-Tate-on-trial moment. But the way power dynamics play out to protect perpetrators and silence victims? That goes way back. Lashay Anderson stars as Natalie, a confident scholarship student at an elite private school, which only recently began admitting girls to its sixth form. When she is named captain of the debate team it is notable, first because she is the only g…
Move follows weeks of outrage amid revelations the Republican New York lawmaker fabricated large portions of his résumé Dozens of George Santos’s constituents traveled from their New York district to the Capitol on Tuesday to call for the congressman to resign. The move follows weeks of outrage at the revelations that the Republican lawmaker fabricated large portions of his résumé in his successful quest for office. “On behalf of Concerned Citizens of NY-03, why are we here? Why did we come to Washington? We are here because Speaker McCarthy apparently cannot hear us when we speak from Long Island, so we had to come to Washington to make sure he hears us,” said Jody Kass Finkel, coordinator of the pressure group created in the past weeks with the sole goal of getting Santos “removed from…
With the CDC hearings taking place next month these are the key questions in a complicated and high-profile case Last June, after a “thorough and complex investigation”, the England and Wales Cricket Board charged seven individuals, then unnamed, and Yorkshire Cricket Club with bringing the game into disrepute regarding allegations of historic racism. The individuals were later identified as Gary Ballance, John Blain, Tim Bresnan, Andrew Gale, Matthew Hoggard, Richard Pyrah and Michael Vaughan, all former players and coaches at Yorkshire. Their cases were to be heard by the ECB’s Cricket Discipline Commission and now a date has been set: the hearings will run from 1 to 9 March. Continue reading...
Close relatives of Tyre Nichols, George Floyd and Michael Brown among those attending Biden’s address in Washington Families of Black people killed by police in recent years, including George Floyd’s brother and Michael Brown’s father, will attend the State of the Union address on Tuesday night alongside lawmakers advocating for urgent police reform. The push in Congress comes after the recent beating death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police. The release of video footage, along with the charging of several Memphis police officers involved in Nichols’s death and the firing of several employees from the Memphis police and fire departments, reignited national outcry over police brutality and calls for reforms. This includes renewed efforts to pass the George Floyd Justice in Poli…
Sheffield United scored two dramatic injury-time goals to end Wrexham’s fairytale run in this season’s FA Cup and set up a fifth-round meeting with Tottenham, leaving the non-league side crestfallen and wondering what might have been on a dramatic night at Bramall Lane.Having converted a glut of pressure into the opening goal when Anel Ahmedhodzic fired home shortly after half-time, the Blades looked well-placed to book their place in the next round. But the drama was just beginning – and after Wrexham striker Paul Mullin brought the score level from the penalty spot, he then missed a second spot-kick seven minutes later which would have put Phil Parkinson’s side in front.And just as the tie looked to be heading to extra time, Billy Sharp put the hosts ahead for the second time before San…
Benjamin Caron applies Derren Brown experience to direct stylish swindler yarn set in Manhattan with Julianne Moore and John Lithgow leading the way Movies about confidence-trickery put a new spin on the old rule about playing poker: look around the table and if you can’t see the chump … then it’s you. Watch a film about swindlers and you may well think you can see the person who’s being conned. But the film’s entire narrative procedure, and its pleasure, relies on you, the audience, repeatedly submitting to being played, while in theory you are the one with the wised-up crook’s-eye-view of what is going on. Screenwriters Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka have had big successes in the world of comedy and satire: now they have crafted this delectably enjoyable caper about fraudsters and…