- Finance Yahoo Finance UK
Sterling hit a six month high against the euro on Monday, amid hopes that Boris Johnson could win a majority to get his Brexit deal passed.
- Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
The stars spoke with ET when they reunited in LA on Wednesday for the Garry Marshall Theater's 3rd Annual Founder's Gala.
- News The Independent
They’ll keep making The War of the Worlds until aliens do actually invade earth. HG Wells’ 1898 novel is one of those science-fiction ur-texts that has to be redone every few years so we can keep track of what audiences and filmmakers are worried about. The original book is a Victorian fable about the perils of imperialism, an exciting story with a simple but effective, if slightly unsatisfactory, twist ending.For all the Martians’ technological superiority, they fail to anticipate the microbes that eventually bring the aliens down when they try to leave their tripods. The moral anxieties change with the adaptations. Orson Welles’ 1938 radio play, against a backdrop of Nazi aggression, famously spooked some of its listeners into thinking it was real. Stephen Spielberg’s mega-budget 2005 version had a contemporary setting, with an emphasis on parenthood and the preciousness of the human relationship with the environment.
- News The Guardian
What is the excuse for Prince Andrew's misogynistic nonsense served in a gilded chamber?The Duke of York’s interview exposes the Queen as having protected the royal family’s own, morally vacant, nemesis
- Style HuffPost UK
During Saffron Barker's interview with Claudia Winkleman, viewers couldn't help but notice the unusual way Gorka was entertaining himself.