• This obscure law could save us from Brexit

    Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been rejected by the House of Commons, and the EU will not alter it in a way which will change that parliamentary arithmetic. The Commons has also made it clear that it will effectively veto a no-deal crash out. The no confidence motion tabled by Jeremy Corbyn, among others, will most likely be safely won by the prime minister thanks to her support from the DUP.

  • Teen dies after falling from balcony of cruise ship while trying to enter his cabin

    A 16-year-old boy died on a Royal Caribbean cruise when he tried to climb onto his cabin's balcony from a neighboring balcony and fell to his death.

  • UK weather forecast: Snow set to blanket country as Arctic blast brings 'dramatically colder' temperatures

    Snow could fall almost anywhere in the UK this month as temperatures plunge dramatically, according to forecasters. Temperatures will plummet to below freezing across the country at the weekend, with -5C expected even in the warmer southeast. There is an increased risk of “severe wintry weather” later this month, with forecasters not ruling out a repeat of the so-called Beast from the East last year.

  • Jeremy Clarkson issues foul-mouthed summary of Brexit

    The presenter made his views on the Leave cause clear.

  • The Secret Changes to Princess Diana's Will...Against Her Wishes

    Princess Diana endured an unhappy marriage and died young in a tragic car crash. But why did her own family secretly disregard her final wishes?

  • Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha shares pregnancy photo

    Loose Women panellist Nadia Sawalha admitted that she was feeling broody after hearing that her friend had just had a baby. Going on a trip down memory lane, the mum-of-two found a gorgeous photo of herself during her pregnancy with her youngest daughter, Kiki-Bea, and shared it with her followers on Instagram. The star wrote next to the image: "A friend of mine has just had a baby!!!! And I found this photo ... and NO I hadn’t eaten lots of mince pies on this occasion!!! it’s little @kiki.bee.adderley in there! Anyway else feeling broody!?!?" The former EastEnders actress got her fans talking, with many admitting that they too would like to expand their families. One fan responded, writing: "Constantly broody, I've got four and my life is so busy yet I would happily have more," while another said: "Yes, I'd love to have another one it's lovely." A third added: "Pregnancy suits you, beautiful photo." Nadia Sawalha posted a photo of her pregnant with daughter Kiki-Bea Just after Christmas, Nadia admitted that she hasn’t ruled out expanding her family - and would be keen to adopt or foster in the future. During a live chat on her family's YouTube channel, Nadia Sawalha and Family, the TV presenter responded to a fan who had said that she is always full of surprises, Nadia said: " I still am thinking about adoption and fostering, but Mark's not interested at all." Mark replied: "I can't work out if she's joking or not?" to which Nadia defiantly responded: "I'm not." MORE: Meghan Markle finally reveals her due date Nadia with her family Nadia and Mark share two daughters Maddie, 17, and Kiki-Bea,eleven, and Mark has two grown up daughters, Izzy, 23, and Fleur, 18, from previous relationships. The couple have previously spoken out their miscarriage anguish before the arrival of Kiki, which Mark described on their YouTube channel as "one of the most heartwarmingly complete sharing experiences I have had in my life." RECOMMENDED: How to overcome a cold in just 24 hours "It was life-changing, completely gobsmacking moment where I felt connected to you where I never felt more connected to you," he told his wife. Recalling the moment Kiki was born, Nadia said: "When she came - and we have a photo of her - Mark's face is as if to say 'she's here'. We had all the miscarriages as well, it was insane." Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • Jacob Rees-Mogg on government's historic Brexit defeat

    Jacob Rees-Mogg says the government's defeat on the EU Withdrawal Agreement shows how "unpopular" the deal is because "it doesn't deliver Brexit".