NORTH Korea could launch a nuclear weapon on the United States within "months", America's top spy revealed tonight.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said it was time his country readied itself for a potential attack from Kim Jong-un's rogue state."It is the case that they are close enough now in
THERESA May tonight warned EU leaders to soften their Brexit demands or she won't be able to sell any deal to the British people.
Issuing a crucial pitch for progress to Europe’s bosses at a summit dinner, the Prime Minister called on them not to push her into a
THERESA MAY's flagship Brexit Bill could be delayed for a second time, it has been revealed today.
MPs had expected next week's timetable to feature the legislation to transfer EU law into British law - but now it might not be on the cards for weeks.A source told the
SOLDIERS could be used to shore up borders if Britain exits the EU with no Brexit deal.
The Home Office’s most senior civil servant refused to rule out calling in the Army if Border Force is swamped by increased checks at ports.But speaking to MPs yesterday, Philip Rutnam insisted
NEARLY two thirds of parents think kids should be taught about mental health at school - but one in four incorrectly believe it is already a compulsory subject.
A study by The Mental Health Foundation found millions of mums and dads are so busy with looking after their families
A LABOUR MP has started the process of stripping shamed Harvey Weinstein of his CBE after a long list of sexual harassment claims have emerged.
Newcastle MP Chi Onwurah has written to the Civil Service boss Jeremy Heywood to officially request that the matter be referred to Parliament's Honours
The 'Russian Roulette' singer is confirmed to take part in the 'Press Your Number' hitmaker's second solo album and to lend her voice for 'Heart Stop'.
Get ready, ReVeluv! Red Velvet's Seulgi is confirmed to be featured in SHINee's Taemin's upcoming second solo album entitled "Move". Seulgi will join
OUR census is vital for shaping policy that will determine the country’s future.So it is disturbing enough that the Office for National Statistics may decide not to make people declare their gender in the 2021 survey for fear of causing offence.
Today we reveal the ONS has already spent
THERESA May must get Philip Hammond to be more upbeat on Brexit or sack him, say the DUP MPs propping up her fragile Government.
A source in the Northern Irish party say they are “deeply concerned” about his behaviour which they suggest he was “trying to frustrate the negotiating
PARENTS of bullying kids could face JAIL, under a new law in a New York state city.
If a kid bullies others, then their parents will be the ones to face the punishment - with a hefty $250 fine and a 15 day jail sentence.They could also face punishment
LARGE moths will arrive on British shores in the coming days as a mini-heatwave is forecast to take hold.
The flying insects will be a treat for wildlife lovers who are encouraging the public to take a 'torchlight safari' in their gardens after dark.Some of the striking autumn moths
HOLLYWOOD is haunted by a string of "gatekeeper predators" who demand sex in return for a crack at fame, an aspiring actor has claimed.
As the accusations against shamed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein mount, industry insiders have said the scandal is just the tip of a very big iceberg
THE email prankster who managed to fool high profile names in Donald Trump's camp has been revealed as a Brit IT worker.
James Linton has been unmasked as the man who duped the US President's former top spin doctor into a slanging match - boasting at how easy it
SHAMED movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly considering a luxury £27,800-a-month rehab centre in the picturesque Arizona desert to receive treatment for sex addiction.
The elite Meadows clinic is a popular among celebrities and has treated stars such as Kate Moss, Tiger Woods and Paul Gascoigne.The Hollywood producer, who has
MOORS MURDERER Ian Brady wanted his ashes scattered to "WITCHCRAFT" music but a judge has ordered the monster will be disposed of "without a ceremony".
The twisted child killer, who died at the age of 79 in May this year, had asked for the classical piece Symphonie fantastique by Hector Berlioz
A CASH-STRAPPED council is handing out high-end Samsung Galaxy tablets in a bid to make sick pensioners SKYPE their carers instead of receiving a home visit.
Up to 40 OAPs in Essex will be handed top-of-the-range 4G Samsung Galaxy tablets as part of the madcap scheme.Last night Essex County
HOUSE-HUNTERS will be thrilled to find this stunning £1.3million house on the market for just £50 - with a deceptively simple catch.
Businessman John Bennett has lived in the 18 acre farmhouse in North Yorkshire for the last 25 years, but is struggling to sell the expensive luxury pad.Desperate
TRAINEE doctors will be given a £20,000 “golden hello” if they take up a GP position in regions with severe recruitment problems.
The medics will be given the lump sum on their first day in the job if they commit to staying in the role for a minimum of
OXFORD is hoping to become one of the first cities in the world to ban petrol and diesel vehicles - while allowing electric cars.
Only 'zero-emission' vehicles will be allowed in six central streets in three years’ time.The car-free zone may then be gradually extended in 2025 and 2030
BRITAIN and the EU have ended the fifth session of Brexit talks with a "disturbing" lack of progress and "deadlock" over cash, the EU's Michel Barnier has declared.
In a joint press conference this morning, he said that "no deal would be a very bad deal" and the EU
THIS is a contender for the most over-the-top paranormal footage recorded as a mum claims she was possessed by a child's spirit - before her husband was apparently thrown across the room by the same ghost when he tried to comfort her.
Footage intended to be chilling shows Rebecca
The tracks include the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker's unreleased studio recordings from 1993 to 1995, an alternate version of 'I'm Every Woman' and more.
It's been 25 years since the release of "The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack", and it seems Legacy recording has some plans in hand to
A VIDEO has been released showing the mass destruction which could be visited on Auckland if an undersea super-volcano erupts.
The footage was created as part of research conducted at Victoria University in the Kiwi capital Wellington.Chief boffin Professor Colin Wilson won the Rutherford Medal yesterday for his work
THE CULTURE Secretary was today forced to deny “backing away” from plans to introduce tough new laws cracking down on social media abuse.
Karen Bradley revealed that firms such as Facebook and Twitter could be asked to pay out a levy to meet the cost of tackling online bullying.But
AN anti sex abuse campaigner has said she thinks that the allegations against Harvey Weinstein are just the "tip of the iceberg".
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, Professor Caroline Heldman, claimed that the kind of behaviour the movie mogul is accused of is widespread in Hollywood.Host Piers Morgan asked
PHILIP HAMMOND today defied Brexit backers by saying he would refuse to set billions of pounds aside to prepare for Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal.
The Chancellor has faced calls to use spare cash from the Budget to prove that the UK is prepared for
BRITAIN'S biggest defence contractor will axe almost 2,000 jobs in its military, maritime and intelligence services, it has been revealed.
BAE Systems has announced the cuts as part of a move towards stream-lining its business, adding that it would give it a "sharper", competitive edge.Chief executive Charles Woodburn said:
ONE OF Jeremy Corbyn's closest allies was today slammed after he used a photograph of George W. Bush hugging Hillary Clinton at a funeral to argue that opposing politicians shouldn't be friends.
Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon attacked politicians who are "chummy" with each other as he shared the
A NEW CABINET split has emerged over the Brexit transition deal as Michael Gove is pushing for the UK to be free from fishing laws as soon as we quit the EU.
The Environment Secretary has put pressure on Theresa May to repatriate fishing policy at the end of
VETERAN broadcaster Sir David Attenborough is the UK's top choice to be on the next £20 note, a survey has claimed.
The survey asked which 'ethical champions' Brits would want to have the honour of appearing on the note, with the 91-year-old even beating Prince Charles to the top