• UK election polls: Labour sees big surge of support as Tory advantage shrinks

    Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party has seen a big surge of support with the Tories advantage shrinking as the parties rally in the last weekend before the general election.Labour made a huge four-point gain from 30 to 36 per cent between December 2 and 5, according to the latest data from Election Maps UK.

  • Second Epstein victim claims to have had sex with Duke of York

    A second alleged victim of Jeffrey Epstein has come forward claiming to have had sex with the Duke of York, it has been reported.

  • Victoria Falls shrink to a trickle, feeding climate change fears

    For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa's Zambezi river cascade down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views. While they typically slow down during the dry season, officials said this year had brought an unprecedented decline in water levels. As world leaders gather in Madrid for the COP25 to discuss ways to halt catastrophic warming caused by human-driven greenhouse gas emissions, southern Africa is already suffering some of its worst effects -- with taps running dry and some 45 million people in need of food aid amid crop failures.

  • Kendall Jenner's Nude Minidress Looks Like It's Dripping in Tinsel

    The model added some festive sparkle to her hemline.

  • Who will be the next Labour leader? I think I already know

    What will happen next to the Labour Party is one of the big questions beneath the surface of this election. If the Conservatives lose seven seats on Thursday, that creates one set of problems for Jeremy Corbyn: how to put together an administration that the Scottish National Party and Liberal Democrats would allow to govern?The more likely problem he will face is: should he resign now or later? If Boris Johnson wins a majority, Corbyn would probably want to stand down immediately. But the question for him and the clique around him is: how best to ensure the succession of a candidate who will continue their mission?

  • Caitlyn Jenner booted out of I'm A Celeb - but has no one waiting for her at the end of the bridge

    The snub from her family is a first in the show's history

  • Zara Tindall's husband Mike Tindall shows off surprising new skill

    Mike Tindall is known for his prowess on the rugby field, his media career, and for being a supportive husband to wife Zara Tindall, the Queen's oldest granddaughter, with whom he shares two children. He showed off a new skill at a recent charity event, however, and it's one we wouldn't have predicted: singing! The 41-year-old attended a dinner for Action Cancer, an organisation which raises money for cancer detection, awareness and support in Northern Ireland. Judging by the large Christmas tree in the background and the fact that everyone seemed to be in a good mood, it was a festive celebration.Mike and Zara have been married since 2011The former rugby player shared some short video clips to Instagram where he quickly panned the room and people could be heard laughing. He then re-posted a clip that had been uploaded by blogger Danielle Parkinson, in which Mike showed off his vocal talents. The blogger shared a series of videos showing Zara's husband standing next to vocalist Cole Page, swaying. Billy Paul's classic song Me and Mrs Jones was playing and Cole sang, "We meet every..." before passing the microphone to Mike, who sang: "day." Cole continued: "At the same..." to which Mike added: "café". But things really took off at the chorus, when Mike lost his inhibitions and belted out: "Me and Mrs Jones," to cheers and applause from the crowd.MORE: I'm A Celebrity: James Haskell is being cheered on by Mike and Zara Tindall!The retired rugby player was captured belting out a song Earlier this week, James Haskell's wife Chloe Madeley revealed that the royal couple had supported her husband during his recent stint in the Australian jungle on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. Mike used to play alongside James, and Chloe appeared on Lorraine via video link on Monday, where she told the host: "Tins just thinks the whole thing is a great opportunity to make James suffer, and is voting for him to do every Bushtucker Trial that he possibly can." Zara, meanwhile, was more supportive. Chloe said: "Z [Zara] has been amazing, she messages me the whole time to check up on me. She's been great!"READ: Is Mike Tindall flying to Australia to support I'm a Celebrity star James Haskell?Make sure you never miss a ROYAL story! Sign up to our newsletter to get all of our celebrity, royal and lifestyle news delivered directly to your inbox.