Clearview AI allegedly breached privacy rules and must now delete relevant photos from its records.
Russell Causley, who murdered Carole Packman 36 years ago, refuses to say where he put her body.
The two-minute tribute to theatre titan Stephen Sondheim, who died last week, took place in the West End.
Shaun the Sheep to shepherd in Christmas on BBC One with festive idents.
Mark Drakeford announces new guidance for mask wearing in Welsh secondary schools.
The inquiry into Brook House removal centre, near Gatwick, is examining mistreatment of detainees.
Thomas Schreiber admits manslaughter but denies murdering Sir Richard Sutton.
Scotland's first minister delivered her keynote address at the SNP party conference.
Supermarket says the move ensures it will not run out of decorations, gifts and toys.
The health secretary says Covid vaccinations have been moving at a “blistering pace” with 17 million booster doses given.
Removing the Queen as head of state is seen as the final step for Barbados in cutting ties with its colonial past, a past haunted by nearly 200 years of brutal enslavement.
At midnight tonight, Barbados will inaugurate its first president, removing the Queen as the head of state and declaring itself a republic, beginning a new chapter in the country’s history.
France has called for a new post-Brexit agreement between Britain and the EU to deal with illegal immigration.
The trial of the British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is getting underway in New York City, where she's accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse over a period of ten years.
News of the changes to his team started to emerge this morning, overshadowing his deputy Angela Rayner as she made a speech on cleaning up politics.
We were joined by Professor John Edmunds, a member of the government's SAGE group of scientific advisors and models, and Professor Adam Finn, who's on the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation.
The UN has said that early evidence shows the global risk from the Omicron variant is very high.
We spoke to Dr Vicky Baillie, a senior researcher at the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Analytics research unit at Wits University in South Africa.
A booster campaign on steroids. That's the government's first line of defence against the Omicron variant as more cases are confirmed in the UK.
A convicted murderer, who used a narwhal tusk to tackle Fishmongers' Hall attacker Usman Khan, has spoken exclusively to Channel 4 News, saying his actions prove “people can change”.
Want to nail Christmas 2021? Our list of top toy predictions will make you the adult that kids in your life will love forever. After Santa, of course.
Lionel Messi beat Robert Lewandowski to the 2021 Ballon d’Or title by just 33 points after football figures the world over cast their vote for the globe’s best player.
Scotland and the north-east of England remain the worst-affected areas.
There are big promotions for rising Labour stars Bridget Phillipson and Wes Streeting, to education and health.
Lionel Messi has been named the 2021 Ballon d’Or winner for a seventh time after leading Argentina to Copa America glory.
The Ilford North MP had a kidney removed earlier this year after he was diagnosed with cancer.
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Ms Cooper is the current chairwoman of the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
The British socialite is alleged to have recruited teenage girls for Epstein between 1994 and 2004.
Singer Ari Lennox claims to have been racially discriminated against by airline staff before being arrested at an Amsterdam airport for disturbing public order.
Keir Starmer unexpectedly announced a reshuffle on Monday morning – bringing back a familiar face while re-igniting old tensions with his deputy Angela Rayner back to the fore. In a surprise move, reports of an imminent reshuffle began to leak as Rayner gave a key press conference on how Labour would clean up politics and banish corruption. Instead of fielding questions about her party’s plans to overhaul the standards system governing MPs, the deputy leader was put on the spot and asked about the shakeup of Starmer’s frontbench. She replied: “I don’t know the details of any reshuffle, I’ve been concentrating on the job at hand.” The row —which bears the hallmarks of May’s failed reshuffle, in which Starmer sacked and then reinstated Rayner to other posts — risked overshadowing the entire…
More than 60 people trapped in a snow-bound pub for three days – with an Oasis tribute act for entertainment – are finally starting to leave. On Friday, heavy snowfall during Storm Arwen meant dozens of customers at the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales could not get home. A snow plough managed to get through to the highest pub in the UK on Monday morning – but some may be disappointed about having to depart. Many have been sleeping on makeshift beds and mattresses on the floor, but they have been treated to films on a projector screen, a quiz night and a buffet meal amongst other comforts. Oasis covers band Noasis has been providing musical entertainment as the musicians have been stranded since their gig on Friday at the pub – which at 1,732 feet (528m) above sea level. An Oasis tribu…
Above: Stormy seas at the breakwater on the Headland, Hartlepool, County Durham as Storm Arwen batters the north east coast. This photo was taken on Saturday, November 27. The UK was rocked by Storm Arwen over the weekend, killing three people and leaving thousands without power for three nights in a row. Some parts in northern England experienced the coldest autumn night of 2021 as the temperature dropped to below zero. The lowest temperature was recorded in Cumbria, according to the Met Office, as it experienced -8.7 degrees Celsius. Rainfall also broke records and the Northern Powergrid said the storm had caused the most damage seen in the last two decades. When almost a quarter of a million homes were left without power, 100 extra engineers rushed to help but 29,000 were still without…
MPs could be investigated if they launch “excessive” personal attacks as part of a recommended package of reforms to overhaul standards in Westminster. The Committee on Standards, which looks into the behaviour of MPs and ministers, has suggested adding a new rule to the code of conduct which would ban members from attacking others in any medium. The rules around ministers’ gifts and hospitality could also be tightened under the proposed reforms to standards, which have garnered interest in the wake of the Owen Paterson lobbying row. Under the proposed draft new rules, which are out for consultation, a loophole which allows ministers to not declare on the Commons register gifts and hospitality what they receive in a ministerial capacity would be ended — a move that would force Boris Johns…
Sajid Javid warned “we expect cases to rise” as he extended the booster jab scheme in a bid to tackle the omicron variant. The health secretary said the government expects cases to rise in “coming days” in a statement to MPs. It comes as booster jabs are set to be extended to 18 to 39-year-olds and the waiting time between second and third doses halved to three months. Javid told the Commons: “The new variant has also been spreading across the world. Confirmed cases have been reported in many countries, including Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal. “In this race between the vaccines and the virus, the new variant may have given the virus extra legs.” Minimum dose interval for booster jabs to be halved from 6 months to 3 months and a…
The government’s independent advisory committee has recommended extending the booster vaccine programme to everyone aged 18 and over after a new variant of concern was named on Saturday. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has announced that a third vaccine jab should be available to all adults following the discovery of the omicron variant. The booster jab is currently available only to those aged 40 and over, frontline health or social workers and vulnerable individuals. Making 18-39 year olds eligible for booster jabs means 12.8 million additional people will get the third dose. More than 17.5 million people have already received their booster jabs. JCVI said these boosters should be made up of either a Pfizer vaccine or a half dose of the Moderna jab. The advise…
Dancing On Ice’s return to our screns is still over a month away, but training for the show has already got off to a bad start for Brendan Cole. The former Strictly Come Dancing professional has revealed he was taken to hospital while training for the launch show, which will air in January. Brendan is one of 12 skating stars taking to the ice next year and has been practicing his moves on the rink with professional partner Vanessa Bauer. However, he ended up needing medical attention for concussion after a fall on the ice. Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: “I was on the ice and I took my mind off what I was doing for a second. I turned – and that’s the last thing I remember. “I was taken to hospital and ended up with a concussion. When I realised what had happened, I was horrified.…
Downing Street has rejected a call from the first ministers of Scotland and Wales to extend self-isolation for arrivals from two to eight days. The prime minister’s official spokesman said he believed the government’s approach was “proportionate” and warned of the “detrimental” impact it would have on the travel industry. It comes after Boris Johnson announced that all travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will have to take PCR tests by day two of their UK arrival. However, the two leaders of the Scotland and Wales want him to go further. The PM’s spokesman told journalists: “We believe that the approach we’ve taken is the proportionate one to the evidence that we currently have available about this variant. “Introducing further isolation requirements and testing requirements wou…
The Omicron Covid-19 variant has been designated a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organisation and Boris Johnson has announced a set of emergency measures to tackle it here in the UK. From Tuesday, face masks will be mandatory again in shops and on public transport in England, bringing the country in line with existing policies elsewhere in the UK. Secondary school teachers and pupils will also be advised to wear masks in communal spaces. The rules on self-isolation are also changing; anyone who’s identified as a contact of an Omicron case will have to isolate for 10 days, regardless of vaccination status, and anyone returning to the UK from aboard will have to isolate until they have a negative PCR test. The policy changes mark the biggest shift in Covid rules we’ve seen in…
A fresh row between Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner erupted after the Labour leader launched a reshuffle while his deputy was making a major speech on Tory corruption. The deputy leader told an audience at an Institute for Government (IfG) event that she did not “know the details” of the shadow cabinet reshuffle that was taking place because she was “concentrating on the job at hand”. Speculation that the reshuffle was underway began on social media after the Times reported that key figures such as shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds, shadow education secretary Kate Green and shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens all faced the sack. Instead of taking questions on the Labour party’s attempts to clean up politics, Rayner fielded multiple questions on whether she was consulted about the r…
President says the travel restrictions are meant to give Americans more time to be vaccinated against Covid-19
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered a full review of a U.S. airstrike in Syria in 2019 that killed dozens, including women and children, and was not properly reported up the chain of command
A new coronavirus variant revived old conspiracy theories this week as widely shared social media posts falsely claimed the omicron variant was nothing but a cover-up for darker agendas
The 33-year-old mother of four was found dead after a massive search by hundreds of volunteers
Police have appealed for help.
Authorities say Daisy Grace Lynn George was killed by a bullet from her dad’s high-powered rifle in Hallsville, Texas
In the past 10 years, charities have made splashy fundraising appeals and raked in billions in donations on GivingTuesday, which takes place the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving
Once, there was a collegial feeling between journalists reporting on breaking news. Now, onlookers want to bombard us with politics and other reporters travel with security guards and talk to each other in guarded terms
‘Well I appreciate you! You make my life and so many others so much easier. Thank you!’ one viewer wrote
Simone Magill was on target again after putting four past the same opposition last week
Researchers have said the benefits vastly outweigh the risks.
The 24-year-old has been craving a bigger role with the Gunners.
'I personally recommend Xavi to wait.'
Katie was told to head to The Priory after court.
Britney's dad spoke out following the judge's decision.
She was a karaoke queen and an incredible dancer - the baby of the five-strong Everard family
She quit her day job to focus on recovering.
Some big names are missing from the latest squad.
The former Bake Off judge is back to 'sprinkle her magic'.
The Prime Minister said he was 'sickened' by Sarah Everard's kidnap, rape and murder.
The ITV show has remained off air for three consecutive nights, with the I'm A Celeb stars pulled out of Gwrych Castle and placed in isolation at a nearby hotel
Despite many people feeling safer, the pandemic never ended across the world any more than it did in Britain, where deaths top 1,000 a week and fresh infections average around 40,000 per day
Paris Saint-Germain superstar Messi won his seventh Ballon d'Or title, with Bayern Munich's Lewandowski finishing second having been named the Striker of the Year
Messi added another Ballon d'Or to his list of accomplishments on Monday, thus boosting his status as arguably the greatest ever player - but for how much longer?
Coming on the heels of Storm Arwen, Brits are bracing for a 60-mile-wide Arctic plume that could bring weather colder than Moscow. It comes after parts of the UK experienced lows close to -10C on Sunday
The second part of a two-part BBC documentary about Prince William and Prince Harry's relationships with the media called The Princes and The Press has been broadcast tonight
Kylian Mbappe presented one of the awards during a star-studded Ballon d'Or ceremony in Paris on Monday night, and he had kind words for his teammate, Lionel Messi
Robert Lewandowski was denied the chance to win the 2020 Ballon d'Or by the coronavirus pandemic, but Lionel Messi and Gary Lineker insist he should be given the award
Bobbi Sternheim, who is representing Ghislaine Maxwell in court, accused Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers of having shaken the “money tree” in terms of applying for compensation from his victim’s fund
Andrew Roussos, whose eight-year-old daughter Saffie-Rose was killed in the atrocity, yesterday gave evidence at the inquiry into the 2017 Manchester Arena terror attack