Saturday, December 15, 2018
Ministers are accused today of breaking a promise to introduce a reform to cut the huge number of benefit sanctions, plunging people into the misery of hunger and eviction from their...
Theresa May has been forced to defend her Brexit plans amid claims the EU is likely to reject them. The Prime Minister insisted proposals outlined in a major speech on Friday to...
Senior Tories have poured scorn on Theresa May’s plans to tackle the housing crisis, warning they will fail to give Britain the homes it desperately needs. A former housing minister and the...
Every year, millions of people around the globe fixate on The Academy Awards, speaking to the social importance of film, a medium that can not only be transported to screens all...
While the Oscars are a celebration of film, this year’s ceremony looks set to be particularly politically charged, various filmmakers standing for the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.  Some attendees will also...
Helen Mirren may have taken to the stage on the back of a jet-ski, but that still constitutes an understated Oscars ceremony in 2018, the 90th Academy Awards not proving as...
English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn highlighted the Star of David among the symbols he believes breach soccer laws banning religious and political imagery, a reference that has drawn criticism...
“I come from a place I'm very proud of, Las Vegas. But lately I've become tired of the USA,” Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds confesses before singing “I Don’t Know Why”, as a...
Councils that fail to build enough homes will lose their right to determine where new houses are placed, according to plans set to be revealed by Theresa May.  So-called “nimby” (“not in my back yard”) councils...
Labour activists campaigning against antisemitism in the party have hit out at officials for failing to deal with allegations. Labour Against Antisemitism (LAAS) said the party’s compliance unit, which handles claims of...
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