The papers cover the fallout from Jeremy Corbyn's suspension from Labour over an anti-Semitism report.
A pioneering nuclear fusion experiment based in Oxfordshire has been switched on for the first time.
Two teenage boys were found with knife injuries following a fight in Wandsworth, south London.
The chef and Norwich City director is urging Boris Johnson to allow fans to return to stadiums.
Casinos, soft play, betting shops and car boot sales must close as well as pubs and bars not serving meals.
Eyad Al Ryabi was swimming in the River Thames in Berkshire when he tried to rescue his friend.
An experimental drug that could prevent Covid-19 patients from becoming seriously ill is being trialled in England.
It comes weeks after the firm said it would cut 1,100 jobs and shut 73 restaurants as coronavirus hits trading.
Travellers from Cyprus and Lithuania must self-isolate for 14 days as of Sunday, Grant Shapps says.
Liam and Dijon Joseph's lawyers are suing for discrimination and false imprisonment.
The Black Lives Matter movement in the UK has called for change. Now they've got more than a million pounds for the cause.
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We’re joined from west London by the director of the React study, and chair of epidemiology and public health medicine at Imperial College London, Prof Paul Elliott.
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We’re joined by the political advisor and host of the politics show The Circus, Mark McKinnon.
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France is on its highest level of security alert, after three people died in a knife attack in a church.
Andrew Feinstein is an author and Jewish Labour Party member who was an MP under Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
Andrew Feinstein is an author and Jewish Labour Party member who was an MP under Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
Watford boss Vladimir Ivic says captain Troy Deeney could make his return before next month’s international break.
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West Yorkshire will move into Tier 3 (very high) restrictions from Monday, with council leaders in the region saying they had negotiated a financial package worth an additional £59.3 million.
Arsenal kept up their 100 per cent start to the Europa League game with a comfortable 3-0 win over Dundalk at the Emirates.
Chelsea are back on the road as they return to Premier League action with a trip to Burnley.
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The Spurs boss has sent a warning to his squad after making four half-time substitutions in Belgium
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JEREMY CORBYN has been told to quit as an MP for antisemitism failures while leader of the Labour Party after a damning report was published today.
THE SNP's new legislation regarding hate crimes has been branded nonsense by comedian Andrew Doyle who lashed out at the Scottish Government's vague and nebulous Bill.
SADIQ KHAN is allowing fat cat pay for bosses at London's cash-strapped transport quango to soar, according to Tory research.
QUEEN ELIZABETH holds the highest rank in the Royal Family as monarch, but she was never entitled to use a royal title her grandson Prince William will automatically receive.
THE leader of the choir which won the hearts of millions when it sang at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding has revealed how the performance has changed her life for ever.
BBC journalists should be banned from using social media, according to a poll of Express.co.uk readers, as the corporation announces tough new curbs.
LABOUR's Lord Adonis has been heavily criticised online after claiming the end of Donald Trump is the end of Brexit.
A CONSERVATIVE MSP ripped into an SNP politician during a heated clash in the Scottish Parliament.
BBC NEWS presenter Huw Edwards has mocked the corporation's new impartiality guidelines just hours after they were announced.
ARMED POLICE have swarmed to Champs-Elysees on suspicion of a bomb threat in Paris - it comes as France remains on high alert after an earlier attack in Nice today and a beheading northwest of the capital earlier this month.
Thousands chanted his name at Glastonbury when the “youthquake” election of 2017 saw him almost topple Theresa May. Just a few short months ago, he was leader of HM Opposition and candidate to be prime minister of the United Kingdom. Now, Jeremy Corbyn faces being the first Labour leader since Ramsay MacDonald to be thrown out of the party. And because what some tonight call his “callous denialism” in the wake of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report on anti-Semitism, the now-independent MP for Islington North is left with few allies and nobody to blame but himself. Here’s how this extraordinary day in British politics unfolded and what it all means. It began at 10am when the equality watchdog, established by Tony Blair’s government in 2006, published its long-awaited repo…
For five years, anti-Semitism has become ever more interwoven with Labour’s factional struggles. In the Labour Party, attitudes to anti-Semitism are now almost a symbol of political allegiance, a stand-in for someone’s views on economic policy or foreign affairs. I’ve seen this first-hand. When I interviewed for a job with Labour in 2016, I assumed, perhaps naively, that while I did not agree with Jeremy Corbyn on things like foreign policy, and was uncomfortable with some of his past associations, different views would be welcomed because the point of political parties is work together to win power. It quickly became apparent that judgement was wrong. As I worked with Corbyn and his team, I became acutely aware that some saw me not just in terms of my political or policy beliefs, but in…
West Yorkshire is the latest place to be put under tier 3 lockdown restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases. The new rules will come into force at 12.01am on Monday. The news was confirmed by Leeds City Council leader Judith Blake at a press conference on Thursday. It comes amid a second wave of coronavirus infections in the region, with local leaders warning that there are already 268 Covid-19 patients in Leeds’ hospitals – more than there were during the first surge in infections in spring. According to government data, there were 3,066 new cases in Leeds between October 20 and October 27, giving the area an infection rate of 386.6 per 100,000 people. But the city’s director of public health, Victoria Eaton, said that this figure had already risen to 416.7 per 100,000 people. A sup…
Khloe Kardashian responded to the backlash her sister Kim is receiving on social media for her 40th birthday extravaganza, saying the private-island party was a “beautiful experience” that shouldn’t be overshadowed by haters. The younger Kardashian sibling appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show on Thursday to discuss a plethora of happenings and was asked about her sister getting roasted on Twitter for saying she had flown family and friends to a private island to celebrate her birthday. Kim’s remarks were memeified, mocked and torn apart for their insensitivity to those suffering during the coronavirus pandemic. After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were nor…
While many people have been indulging in a bit of festiveness two months before Christmas, it seems that is too early for even the Queen of Christmas herself Mariah Carey. The singer has settled the argument once and for all by declaring it is premature to be listening to her festive smash, All I Want For Christmas Is You. On Thursday, one Mariah fan tweeted a graph from Google Trends that shows how people are already searching for her song on the internet. “It’s happening,” @MikeNicolella excitedly wrote. But Mariah was having none of it, sharing the tweet with the caption: “Not yet.” not yet https://t.co/vV6sxtoS8M— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) October 29, 2020 While we’d personally forgive anyone for needing to listen to All I Want For Christmas right now (because, ya know, 2020), M…
The number of daily coronavirus infections in England could be almost four times higher than is currently being reported, according to the latest major study. Over 85,000 volunteers were tested in England between October 16 and 25 as part of the REACT survey run by Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI. Their report, published on Thursday, suggests there are 96,000 new infections per day – significantly higher than the 23,065 lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the wider UK confirmed by the Department of Health on the same day, suggesting the government’s much-criticised test and trace system is only detecting around a quarter of people catching the virus. The report also showed the coronavirus R rate in England has jumped to 1.6 and the number of infections is doubling every nine day…
The investigation into anti-Semitism by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has found Labour responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination. In its report, published on Thursday, the human rights watchdog said the party under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership was guilty of three breaches of the Equality Act. The EHRC said Labour had allowed political interference in anti-Semitism complaints (resulting in pressure to treat some cases less harshly and others more harshly); had failed to provide adequate training to those handling anti-Semitism complaints; and had permitted harassment of Jewish members by two agents. There were also 18 “borderline” cases of “local councillors, local election candidates and Constituency Labour Party office holders” whose conduct could not…
Jimmy Kimmel’s crew asked people on the street to tell their President Donald Trump-supporting relatives and friends exactly what they thought of their political views. And, from behind the anonymity of a mask, they didn’t hold back. One woman had a scathing message for her sister who she said goes on and on “about this orange stain being the best thing to happen to this country.” Another simply asked how “David” could “vote for a pig like that?” Check out Kimmel’s full monologue: Related... Watch: This Scathing Supercut Exposes Trump's Decades Of Racism Mark Hamill Nails Why Trump Is The 'Worst President Ever’ Barack Obama Says Trump Is 'Jealous Of Covid’s Media Coverage'
A mother has spoken out about the lack of safe spaces to breastfeed amid the Covid-19 pandemic, after being fined £100 for overstaying at a BP station while feeding her daughter. Cassie Werber, 39, was driving from Bristol to London with her young daughter on October 13 when she realised she’d have to make a stop on the M25 for fuel and to breastfeed. She pulled into a parking space at a BP petrol station and spent around 25 minutes feeding her daughter, after which she filled up her car, paid, and used the baby changing facilities in the station – a visit which lasted, in total, little more than 45 minutes. She said: “It was really out of necessity, I pulled into one of the parking bays at the side of the station and fed her. I wasn’t timing it, but I think it would have been in the re…
One Harry Styles fan got the shock of her life when she found out her idol had been at her home – and she missed the whole thing. Theodora, a young fan of the singer, revealed the unbelievable story on her Instagram page, revealing that while she was out, Harry’s car had broken down outside of her home, and her dad had let him in to use the phone. Admittedly, this does sound like the sort of thing that only happens in TV shows (or, indeed, in a dream), but she actually posted photographic proof of the surprising encounter. Theodora’s Instagram account is private, but the pictures she posted have gone viral among fans of the star on Twitter, including the note that he left her and a snap of Harry feeding her pet fish. Imagine coming home to find out @Harry_Styles' car broke down outside y…
'Maybe he’s working for the Chinese,' former mayor baselessly claims
A twin-engine aircraft crashed into a desert lot in suburban Las Vegas, killing two people Thursday and igniting a fire that damaged a construction trailer from which a man escaped while choking on fuel fumes
Officer claims couple tried to hit him with their car
Portland's City Council has delayed a vote on an additional $18 million in cuts to the police budget in Oregon's largest city until after next week's presidential election
The head of the U.N. agency promoting gender equality told the 20th anniversary commemoration of a resolution demanding equal participation for women in peace negotiations that its implementation has failed
Travis Roy, a Boston University hockey player who was paralyzed 11 seconds into his first game and went on to be a motivational speaker and advocate for the disabled, has died
Video from home surveillance and police body cameras show a San Diego police officer fatally shooting a mentally ill Mexican man wielding a metal curtain rod who charged officers
None of the celebrities agreed to participate and the campaign has been put on hold
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's investigation of claims by one of his wealthy donors led the Republican’s staff to accuse him of crimes this month
US president was speaking at campaign rally in Florida
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Social media influencer Rawan Bin Hussain, 23, who has five million followers on Instagram, is accused of attacking Mohammed Youssef Migariaf in London's Hyde Park in June.
A look back at the life of legendary comic Bobby Ball who died from coronavirus on Thursday. At its peak, his TV show with partner Tommy Cannon drew up to 20million viewers.
Here, Policy Editor Daniel Martin details some of the most shocking examples of Labour anti-Semitism that were contained in the EHRC report - as well as those that weren't.
NASA has shared a Halloween surprise that is out of this world. It's Hubble telescope snapped an image of the 'Greater Pumpkin' galaxies that are slowly colliding into each other.
MARGARET HODGE:As I sat down yesterday morning to read the first few pages of the Equality and Human Rights Commission's report, I couldn't help but feel a sense of trepidation.
Almost 60 per cent of the population - around 32.6million - will be under stricter rules by Monday. And it is understood London could also be moved into the top tier within the next fortnight.
Tony Hayes said he has no idea if James Connelly, 15, will recover from the horror fall in Rhode, which caused the death of his brother Michael, 13, and their cousin Jessica, 15.
Union boss Len McCluskey last night warned Sir Keir Starmer that the move to suspend Jeremy Corbyn would spark chaos within Labour and consign it to defeat at the next election.
The blunt warning emerged a day after a leaked Sage committee document revealed that ministers had been told to prepare for a 'worst case scenario' of 85,000 deaths.
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