HURRICANE Ophelia is continuing to batter the UK with 70mph winds causing chaos after killing three in Ireland and destroying buildings in Wales.
The east coast of Scotland and north east England is being lashed by gale-force winds as the remnants of the ex-hurricane make their way across the British
SOCIAL media users spiralled into a frenzy today as Hurricane Ophelia brought an "apocalyptic" yellow sky and red sun to Britain.
Thousands of tonnes of dust blown 2,000 miles from the Sahara to Britain turned the sky an eerie colour - and sparked fears the end of the world was fast
BRITAIN is officially one of the most entrepreneur-friendly countries in the world, after 5.4m small companies propelled it into fourth spot in an annual ranking of micro-business density.
An international study places Britain as the fourth most micro-business dense country in the world, with 81 micro-businesses to every thousand
ISIS is training kids as young as nine to unleash terror on the UK, while “sleeper cells” in Europe are “waiting for their order” to attack, a former top jihadi has claimed.
Emir Abu Abboud al-Raqqawi was a senior commander in the militant group in Syria before he defected.The
A MASSIVE tropical hurricane in the Atlantic is getting more powerful and has been upgraded to a category two storm as it bears down on the UK.
Hurricane Ophelia is packing winds of more than 100mph as it gets set to smash into the British Isles after a mini-heatwave this
A RECORD 90 children a day were taken into care last year - the biggest rise in seven years - official figures show.
Town hall chiefs warned councils across England are now at “tipping point”.Figures show the total number of children in foster care or waiting for adoption reached
A TROPICAL hurricane building in the Atlantic is heading for the UK and will bring gales, rain and surprising highs of 23C over the weekend.
Storm Ophelia was last night upgraded to a category one hurricane, and its effects are expected to batter Britain over the next few days.The
BRITONS are in for a weekend treat as a mini heatwave is set to arrive - after days of strong winds, dreary downpours and floods.
Warm Mediterranean air will sweep in from southern Spain, forcing temperatures to rocket as high as 25C on Monday.The mini heatwave comes as an
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:
BRITAIN'S biggest defence contractor is axing more than 1,000 jobs in a devastating blow to the UK's manufacturing industry.
BAE Systems will get rid of most of the workers from its Warton plant in Preston, Lancs, where it assembles the Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet, according to Sky.The company is
THERESA May has insisted Britain is preparing for a no deal Brexit scenario - amid claims from senior Tories that not enough is being done.
And in a marked change in tone, the PM used her address to party faithful to insist she felt the pain of worried young
A RYANAIR flight hit with a bomb threat hoax BEFORE taking off in Lithuania was cleared to fly - until it reached UK airspace and was intercepted by RAF fighter jets.
When the packed plane crossed the border the jets escorted it to land at Stansted airport before armed
A GOVERNMENT minister faced No10 fury last night after branding the NHS and pensions “a Ponzi scheme” about to collapse.
In a devastating assault ex-doctor Phillip Lee said his party were asking young voters “to work really, really hard” to pay for something “but when you get to 65,
BRITAIN has been coated in fog as a mix of rain and sunshine brings a period of calm before Hurricane Maria strikes.
Rain has been pushing north-east throughout today and a further band of wet weather is set to drift in from the west tomorrow evening.London and parts of
A LOVED-up Brit splashed £1,600 to bring his Ukrainian internet girlfriend to the UK - but was left humiliated when she failed to turn up at the airport.
Colin Orr, 40, bought flights for a woman claiming to be called Olga Marchenko after falling for her online.Their relationship soon
GERMANY and France are plotting to keep the UK tied to a two-tier EU, it is claimed.
French premier Emmanuel Macron and newly re-elected German Chancellor Angela Merkel will push to create a less formal relationship with the EU - aimed at the UK.And it left one MP fearing
CHILDREN as young as two have been the victims of acid attacks that have swept across the UK in recent years.
Research showed that over the past three years police have recorded 90 incidents of "noxious or corrosive substances" being used on children under 18.However, the true figure could
LABOUR’S divisions on Brexit have been laid bare again after a number of MPs are demanding Jeremy Corbyn backs keeping the UK in the single market when we quit the EU.
But the leftie leader is resisting the calls from 30 senior figures - saying the party should not
THE weekend is set to be a tale of two halves for Britain where the south could see highs of 21 degrees while the north will be battered by gales and rain.
It is predicted to be a bit of a rocky ride for people living in the north
AFTER the chilly start to September for many Brits, the winter coats could be put away again as temperatures are set to rise this week.
Forecasters predict many areas could see it feeling warm as temperatures could soar to 20 degrees - but the entire country will still get
FLOOD warnings have been issued for Wales and England as showers are expected to blight many parts of Britain this weekend.
The alert came amid reports that "seven storms with 90mph winds" are set to hit the UK before Christmas.AccuWeather also predicts another six storms have been forecast before December 25
BRIGHTON has been voted the happiness capital of the UK.
The south coast hot-spot beat Leicester and Portsmouth to the title.Oxford, Norwich and Bristol also appeared in the top ten, while Manchester, Belfast and Cardiff were also highly-rated.
More than a third of Brighton's population chose the word happy to
A SATANIC killer who butchered friend in coffin to drink his blood has been freed from prison today.
German Daniel Ruda, who has been behind bars for 16 years, was known to enjoy sleeping in British graveyards sparking fears he could return to the UK.When released he will go by the
EAST Dunbartonshire has been named as the best place to live in the UK for women.
The Scottish region came out top in study designed to discover which place in the entire country was best for females - taking into account issues such as education and the gender pay
BRITAIN is about to be battered with 70mph gales threatening chaos this week as an Atlantic storm sparks weather warnings.
Powerful winds threaten damage to trees and buildings with gusts in some parts strong enough to knock out power supplies.Severe weather warnings for gales have been issued by the
THE number of pupils expelled from school soared last year.
Official figures show a 12 per cent rise on average, with a doubling or trebling in some areas.Experts blame rising pressures in class, with fewer staff and more focus on results.
Freedom of information data from 118 local authorities in
BRITAIN will not shut the door to EU migrants after Brexit says Michael Fallon - but says Government wants people “with high skills” and better jobs for domestic workers.
The Defence Secretary insisted a leaked Home Office document plotting a cut in low-skilled arrivals post-2019 does not the UK’s
BRITS will feel decidedly autumnal this week as wet and windy weather sets in after a brief sunny break tomorrow.
The weekend could even see hail and thunder as cooler temperatures arrive and the country is battered by winds.The rest of today will stay muggy and humid until the
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