A British couple have died in a horror crash in New Zealand after their rented car was hit by a lorry carrying steel.
The smash happened a notorious accident blackspot in Prebbleton, a suburb of Christchurch on Thursday evening.
The couple, aged in their 60s, appeared to have ran through
It's fitting that Boris Johnson chose Valentine's Day to set out his dream of Brexit.
His record of lies and unwilling apologies aside, there could be no better time for him to demonstrate just how much the blond bombshell loves himself.
This is a man not only seeking to seduce
Julian Assange has lost his latest legal battle to overturn an outstanding arrest warrant against him so he can walk free from the Ecuadorian embassy.
The WikiLeaks founder, 46, has been holed up in the building in Knightsbridge for the past five years.
He was granted shelter by
Three Brits were killed and another three were seriously injured in a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon, authorities have confirmed.
The aircraft, which had six UK tourists and a pilot on board, came down on Saturday evening.
The pilot suffered life-threatening injuries.
The EC-130 helicopter was operated by Papillon Airways,
Boris Johnson has been slammed for not intervening after a British territory withdrew the right for gay couples to marry.
Bermuda's governor yesterday approved a bill reversing same-sex marriage legislation, which has only been in place since May last year.
It makes Bermuda the first country in the world to
Kate Middleton knew when she revealed her engagement to Prince William in November 2010 that her life would never be the same again.
She was surely well aware marrying into the Royal Family would see her come under intense scrutiny as observers watch her every move and hang on
Two Brits who were friends from childhood died after falling "several hundred metres" while skiing off-piste on Mont Blanc.
Oscar Cassagneau-Francis and Rajen Mahendra, both aged 26, fell down a steep, icy slope in the resort of Chamonix.
The pair had known each other for life having grown up on
FOREIGN Office staff have angered football fans by suggesting they are drunken yobs — in advice issued to rugby supporters.
In a note to rugby fans heading to Rome for next week’s Six Nations clash against Italy they compare the two travelling supporters.
The memo on the Foreign Office website
Ministers and civil servant s have notched £74million of luxury travel at taxpayer expense in the past four years.
Figures show the Department for Work and Pensions spent £5.2million on taxis and nearly £333,000 on business class flights between April 2013 and March 2017.
A group of five British men have been arrested by Cambodian police for what officials have described as "pornographic dancing" at a popular tourist location.
The five are part of 10 people, including two women, who were held after a police raid at Siem Reap in the
North Korea could be just six months away from developing a nuclear missile capable of hitting Britain, MPs were warned today.
The chilling timescale underlines the urgency for persuading dictator Kim Jong-un to abandon his weapons programme, the Commons Defence Committee heard.
Whitehall chiefs have already drawn up plans to
All is not well in the Conservative ranks.
Few thought Theresa May would survive this long but now she has done so the mid-term blues have descended with a vengeance.
Apart from her surprising durability the only other notable aspect of the Prime Minister’s time in office is her relentless
The Foreign Office warned the term “pregnant women” could “exclude transgender people who have given birth”
Officials insisted it could “exclude transgender people who have given birth”.
Instead, it should be replaced with the term “pregnant people”, they suggested.
The civil servants’ intervention has infuriated feminists, who branded it the latest
WHITEHALL moggie Palmerston is earning his keep as chief mouser at the Foreign Office.
The cat has caught at least 27 mice since arriving from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in 2016.
As commentators keen on the travails of Governmental cats will testify, the Cabinet Office's very own chief mouser