SNOW and ice have forced schools to shut for a THIRD day as temperatures drop to -3C and the UK continues to shiver in the grip of a cold snap.
This weekend is set to get even colder, leaving Moscow feeling positively balmy by comparison at 4C.
Brits are in
WEB giants must be forced to take responsibility for the vile trolling they host, a major report says today.
An influential committee blasts Facebook, Twitter and Google – saying they aren’t “going far enough or fast enough” to clean up the torrents of hate on their websites.
And the report
THE shadowy creator of Bitcoin remains a mystery as the digital currency furiously multiples in value becoming the world’s most controversial payment system.
But while the identity of the legendary Satoshi Nakamoto – the author of a 2008 white paper describing the cryptocurrency – remains unconfirmed, the search to unmask
CRIMINALS from the EU will be allowed to STAY in Brexit Britain if they were sentenced to less than a year in jail, a Minister has revealed.
Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis told peers today that offenders who had committed “minor infractions” would not be booted out.
This means EU nationals
THE mum of a schoolboy whose heartfelt video about bullying went viral says photos she posted of her kids with a Confederate flag were “meant to be funny”.
Distressed Keaton Jones, from Knoxville, Tennessee, was filmed by mum Kimberly as he cried over classmates pouring milk on him and
BRENDAN Cox has expressed his heartbreak at his late wife Jo being unable to welcome his son into the House of Commons for a school visit.
But MPs have rallied around him, promising to show Cuillin around Parliament.
The five-year-old son of the late MP Jo Cox has just been
NORTH Korean despot Kim Jong Un is profiting from the Bitcoin surge by ordering his spy agencies to hack into the cryptocurrency exchanges, experts have warned.
Security analysts reckon the chubby dictator has told spooks to “mine” bitcoin, demand it as ransom payments and outright steal the virtual money
THE HUSBAND of jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says he is “much more hopeful” of being released from Iran in time for Christmas after Boris Johnson’s visit.
Richard Ratcliffe said his wife was “more upbeat” in phone calls they had held since the Foreign Secretary’s weekend trip to Tehran.
As smart luggage grows in popularity, more airlines are enforcing restrictions to ensure in-flight safety. Beginning Jan. 15, 2018, suitcases with charging and/or tracking capabilities will need to have removable lithium-ion batteries in order to be checked or carried on. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) already prohibits spare
MEAT should be taxed in the future because otherwise it will destroy the natural world, according to claims in a new report.
The analysis by investors says the surcharges, known as “sin taxes”, will be “inevitable” to help beat global climate and health crises.
It says the global livestock industry
In a wholly unexpected move, Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump's ambassador to the United Nations, has come out in support of the women who have accused the president of sexual misconduct.
The revelation came during a Dec. 10 interview on Face the Nation, during which Haley discussed a wide
A BROKE Brit has become an accidental star after the internet girlfriend who flew out to meet in the Dominican Republic rejected him before appealing for help to send him home.
Struggling mum-of-four Wilfa Soto Peguero claimed she agreed to get to know paunchy middle-aged Glyn Thomas Bailey
POP star Lil Peep accidentally overdosed on Fentanyl and Xanax while on his tour bus, a medical examiner’s report has concluded.
The 21-year-old, whose real name was Gustav Ahr, was widely believed to have died following a drug overdose after being found dead in Arizona on November 15.
The I'm A Celebrity campmates appeared to have ganged up on Iain over the last week, making for uncomfortable viewing
AMIR Khan, Jamie Lomas and Dennis Wise could be jailed if their bullying of Iain Lee happened online, according to a leading anti-bullying charity.
The I’m A Celebrity campmates have
A DANGEROUS volcano in Iceland could be about to erupt for the first time since 1728 sparking potential travel chaos for Brit travellers.
Scientists fear Oraefajokull could begin spewing out ash and lava after they detected a staggering 160 small earthquakes at the site in the past week.
A FORMER Tory minister refused to take a £1,000 bet with Piers Morgan that Theresa May will still be in power by April.
It comes after the Prime Minister was warned she could be booted out of Number 10 in weeks after he plan to solve the Irish border
THE IMPACT of Brexit could be as huge as the financial crisis, David Davis told MPs today.
The Brexit Secretary said it was impossible to predict how quitting the EU will affect Britain's economy because it will be a "paradigm shift" in the same way as the crash of
KIDS under five should be banned from using phones or tablets on their own amid safety fears, a groundbreaking new report recommends.
The Digital Childhood report, published today, says children need to be more "digitally literate" to come to "less harm" later in life.
This means they must be supervised
A GIRL whose mum was murdered in a double killing over an alleged betting shop win asked "who is going to be my mother now?"
Marie Brown, 41, was found dead next to her father Noel Brown, 69, at his home in Deptford, South East London yesterday.
Keen gambler Noel,
Being that it might not already be entirely clear to everyone, Barack Obama recently stressed the importance of having more women in positions of power. On Dec. 2, the former president spoke at the annual Les Napoleons summit in Paris on climate change, French-American relations, and the future
KIDS are being placed in danger by dodgy knock-offs off one of this year's must-have Christmas toys.
Fingerlings are top of many children's Christmas lists this year and parents are rushing out to snap them up.
The robotic animals - which include a monkey, a unicorn and a sloth -
The White House has a rat problem – literally. NBC News 4 recently obtained hundreds of work orders and maintenance requests handled by the US General Services Administration. Apart from the usual redecorating requests or air-conditioning issues, the documents revealed that the White House is dealing with a
EURO MPs have been told they could face just a slap on the wrist if they are caught out sexually harassing their staff.
A jaw-dropping behaviour guide warns MEPs they will be “publicly reprimanded” for their actions, but doesn’t mention them getting the sack.
Instead, it reminds politicians that resulting
The comic was up against Scottish politician Kezia Dugdale after all the other campmates were told they were safe
SHAPPI Khorsandi became the first star to be evicted from the jungle on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
The comic seemed relieved to be told the news by
A GIANT sphinx head has been discovered buried in the sands of California and it comes straight out of one of the silent movie era's most extravagant productions.
The perfectly intact 300-pound sphinx was unearthed by archaeologists excavating the 95-year-old set of Cecil B. DeMille’s movie The Ten Commandments.
CHRISTIANS should pray for Prince George to be gay, a prominent clergyman has said.
The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth said it would be the “fastest way” to force the Church of England to allow same-sex marriages.
He urged others to pray for the future king, four, “to be blessed one
DONALD TRUMP should be stopped from coming to Britain on a state visit, a minister hinted as he became the first senior Tory to oppose the planned trip.
Sam Gyimah, the prisons minister, said he was "deeply uncomfortable" with the prospect of rolling the red carpet out for the
BRITAIN'S favourite post-pub snack the doner could be a goner if EU health regulators get their way.
Busybodies are looking to outlaw the phosphates currently used in the meat which fans say give kebabs their unique taste.
They point to health concerns based on medical studies which link phosphates to heart
JEREMY CORBYN came across as a doddery pensioner during a photoshoot for the front cover of GQ, the magazine's editor said today.
Dylan Jones said that shoot was "as difficult as shooting any Hollywood celebrity" - and claimed the Labour leader had to be pushed to wear a suit
OnNov. 30, the White House released an official proclamation about World AIDS Day. While the release presents some scant statistics, attempts to bring awareness to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and commemorates the 35 million lives lost in the decades since discovery, there seems to be a rather glaring omission.