• Politics
    The Independent

    Trump was ‘muttering, I won, I won, like ‘Mad King George’ after election defeat, report says

    President ‘scrambled for an escape hatch from reality’ according to The Washington Post

  • News
    The Guardian

    Ethics watchdog asked to assess if Rishi Sunak broke ministerial code

    Ethics watchdog asked to assess if Rishi Sunak broke ministerial codeChancellor did not declare wife’s multimillion-pound share portfolio in register of interests

  • News
    The Guardian

    I've changed my mind: grammar schools are unhealthy and must go

    I've changed my mind: grammar schools are unhealthy and must goThe former Speaker and MP for selective Buckingham was an ardent defender - until his own children went to school and he drilled down into the stats

  • Entertainment
    Good Housekeeping

    40 Rules You Didn't Know 'Great British Bake Off' Contestants Have to Follow

    Sorry, Americans. You have to be from the U.K. to compete.From Good Housekeeping

  • Health
    The Guardian

    A year after Wuhan alarm, China seeks to change Covid origin story

    A year after Wuhan alarm, China seeks to change Covid origin story. Reports in state media signal an intensifying propaganda effort to place the birth of the virus in other countries

  • Sport
    The Telegraph

    Romain Grosjean the 'miracle' man thankful to be alive after Bahrain GP crash

    Romain Grosjean's escape from a 140mph fireball inferno during the Bahrain Grand Prix was hailed a 'miracle' on Sunday as the Frenchman said Formula One's halo head-protection device had saved his life. The 34-year-old Haas driver was involved in one of the most dramatic accidents in the sport's recent years on Sunday when his car pierced a steel barrier, split in two and burst into flames on the opening lap. He managed to scramble from the burning machine and was flown to the BDF Military Hospital, 10 miles north of the Bahrain International Circuit, where he remained on Sunday night with burns to the back of both of his hands but amazingly no other serious injuries.

  • Sport
    Evening Standard

    Boxing figures call on ‘stupid celebrity fights’ to stop after Jake Paul’s brutal knockout of Nate Robinson

    Prominent names in boxing have called on "celebrity" fights to stop after YouTuber Jake Paul brutally knocked out former NBA star Nate Robinson. The pair faced off in Los Angeles as part of the Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr undercard, and the bout was stopped shortly into the second round after Robinson was knocked down for a third time, crashing face first into the canvas. The fight was sanctioned by the California State Athletic Commission, with traditional rules of 10 ounce gloves and no head gear, despite Robinson's reported lack of training.