A NEW dating site for supporters of US President Donald Trump has launched - but it's already causing controversy.
Trump Dating, which went live this week, promises to "make dating great again" by connecting like-minded Americans who are "rooting for the same team".
But Twitter erupted after it was pointed
THERESA May has been left humiliated by her own DUP partners today as a deal to form a Government in Northern Ireland broke down just 48 hours after she flew to Belfast.
DUP leader Arlene Foster said this afternoon that there was "no prospect" of forming an administration with
THERESA MAY told world leaders at Davos today that Brexit was a golden chance for the UK to find "new" trade partners.
Addressing the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort today, the Prime Minister promised to take full advantage of our new-found freedom and sign deals with
A JILTED lover smashed a meat cleaver into the skull of his ex-partner's new boyfriend after lying in wait outside her home.
Anthony Thompson, 28, told Cameron Sharp, "I am going to kill you, you're a f***ing dead man" after ambushing him in the street in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester.
Dancing On Ice in chaos as two stars quit the show weeks before the launch: Megan reportedly agreed to step down [ITV]
Ahead of the ice-skating themed show which is due to return to TV screens in January, it has been claimed that two professional skaters have been removed
A FINANCIAL expert in a money battle with billionaire John Caudwell told a court yesterday her car had been bugged.
Nathalie Dauriac, 39, also claimed Phones4u founder Mr Caudwell had hired a private investigator to “dig up” or “create” dirt about her.
She is suing for constructive dismissal from a
A HAIRDRESSER from Edinburgh deliberately infected at least four men with HIV after meeting them on gay dating app Grindr - before sending them mocking messages, a court heard.
Daryll Rowe, 26, is accused of embarking on a "cynical campaign" to infect as many men as he could with
A survey of 2,000 adults found 75 per cent of British men are the only ones allowed to operate BBQs
A survey of 2,000 adults found 75 per cent of British men are the only ones allowed to operate BBQs, with partners making do with putting together salads or