NORTH Korea will negotiate with Donald Trump but only when it has developed a nuclear missile which can hit America's east coast.
An anonymous official from the rogue state has said talks are off the table until Kim Jong-un can “counter” US aggression with a nuke to strike urban
AMBER RUDD today risked sparking a backlash among Brexiteers after she said it was "unthinkable" for us to crash out of the EU without a deal.
The Home Secretary insisted there was no chance that Britain and the EU will fail to strike a free-trade agreement because we need
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
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
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
THE devastating wildfires ravaging California have sparked fears Disneyland will be shut down after fans posted ominous pictures of smoke-filled skies over the resort.
Some guests even claimed ash has been falling on the world-famous attraction in Anaheim - which is just up the road from the deadly canyon
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:
BORIS JOHNSON today hit out at reports that he would refuse to go quietly if Theresa May tried to move or sack him.
The PM faced a huge backlash after it was reported that she is considering demoting Boris in the wake of his repeated interventions over Brexit.Friends of
A DOOMSDAY theorist is AGAIN claiming that the world will meet its end next week.
Dave Meade's theory says from October 15, the world will be hit with a tempest of tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes and nuclear war - supposedly lasting for seven years until the world finally ends.A mysterious
THE boyfriend of an antiques dealer who was hacked to death on her driveway while putting out the bins has been jailed for forging her will six weeks after she was killed.
Robert Webb was caged for eight months after admitting forging Robyn Mercer's signature after she was brutally
British boxer tweeted, "After thinking long & hard about my return I will not be applying for a BBBOCboxinglicense"Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/boxing/4612339/tyson-fury-will-not-apply-for-new-boxing-licence-retired/
BORIS Johnson has sparked anger tonight after he joked that Libya can become the new Dubai as soon as they “clear the dead bodies away”.
The Foreign Secretary told activists he was optimistic about the future of the war-torn country, saying it had "great potential". He added: "There's a group of
ANIMAL abusers will be jailed for up to five years Michael Gove declared last night.
The Environment Secretary signalled a clampdown on both pets and livestock.Britain currently has some of the weakest punishments for vile animal torture with a maximum sentence is six months.
But Mr Gove last night vowed
THE average sofa will witness 1,236 arguments, have 2,728 drink and food spillages on it – and see blokes sleeping on it after getting kicked out of bed 191 times, a study has found.
Over the course of the average 11-year life of a sofa, it will also see
TORY rebels have called for a halt to Universal Credit to stop it becoming another Poll Tax.
Twelve MPs have written to the Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke demanding a pause in the roll out of the welfare reform, reports The Daily Telegraph.Universal Credit was championed by David
IF the US went to war with North Korea, at least 20,000 people will die EVERY DAY, a retired official has claimed.
Robert Givens, former Air Force Brigadier, said the number would be even higher if the communist state used nuclear weapons during their fierce battle.Mr Givens told the
A JEREMY Corbyn government would refuse union demands for a 5 per cent public sector pay rise, a Labour big wig revealed.
Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner said the party couldn’t “promise things we can’t deliver”.The Institute for Fiscal Studies last week said a 5 per cent hike would
HURRICANE LEE has been upgraded to a Category 2 storm as it moves across the North Atlantic on course for the UK.
The storm is expected to weaken as it leaves tropical waters but forecasters have still told Brits to be prepared for strong winds and heavy rain.Hurricane Lee
JOHN McDonnell offered to lend Labour’s support to the Government if Philip Hammond slashes tuition fees, student debt and interest rates.
The Shadow Chancellor claimed victory for forcing a change of policy by Mr Hammond, who is expected to reduce the £9,000 cap universities can charge.Mr McDonnell told ITV’s
The visuals finds the Irish singer nursing heartbreak while serenading someone he loves who left him to pick up the pieces alone.
Niall Horan never fails to stir up our emotions with his music. A few days after releasing a bittersweet love song "Too Much to Ask", the One
THERESA May is set to refuse to apologise to Tory members when she gives her crucial party conference speech despite her disastrous election result.
The Prime Minister has been urged to issue a “mea culpa” after angering activists by losing her majority with a lacklustre campaign – but is
BORIS JOHNSON has insisted the Government must take back control of £350million that Britain pays the EU every week - and spend it on the NHS.
But the chief of the UK Statistics Authority said he was “disappointed” he had “misused” official figures by repeating Vote Leave’s key referendum pledge.
THERESA MAY today vowed to face down web giants like Facebook and Google and make them do more to reduce the spread of terror around the globe.
The Prime Minister revealed she will confront internet firms when she travels to the US this week for a meeting with other
BORIS JOHNSON today insisted he is loyal to Theresa May despite being accused of a massive power grab after he set out his detailed version for Brexit.
The Foreign Secretary said he was “looking forward to the PM’s Florence speech”, adding: “All behind Theresa for a glorious Brexit.”His comments
THE LIB Dems plan to use a long Brexit transition period to reverse the EU referendum result, it emerged today.
The party’s deputy leader Jo Swinson said she was working with rebel Tories and Labour MPs to ensure we keep close relations with Europe.And she admitted that staying in
The 23-year-old crooner belted out the classic hit as well as some of his solo songs during his recent appearance on BBC Radio One's 'Live Lounge'.
Harry Styles is truly a rock star. After impersonating Mick Jagger on "Saturday Night Live" and releasing a David Bowie-esque single, he has
A SEX abuse inquiry will widen its investigation into claims former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile, it has been revealed.
Explosive allegations against the former Conservative Party leader are to be looked into following a two-year inquiry into Heath led by Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale.The
TERRIFYING footage shows a clown peering into a family home as Stephen King's It film is released - sparking fears the killer clown craze that swept the globe last year could be about to return.
The video, filmed in Wisconsin, America, features a clown holding a set of balloons
BOOKIES will be banned from sponsoring football teams if Labour comes to power, the party announced today.
Deputy leader Tom Watson compared gambling companies to tobacco firms as he slammed them for "harming" footie fans.The proposals would suck millions out of the game - because more than two dozen