• News
    The Independent

    Boris Johnson under pressure to say whether Dominic Cummings has requested access to top-secret military sites

    Boris Johnson is under pressure to explain whether Dominic Cummings has demanded access to top-secret military sites, sparking a turf war with defence chiefs.The controversial chief aide plans to tour Britain’s most highly classified bases as he seeks to “radically shake up the military”, according to documents seen by an Australian newspaper.

  • News
    Yahoo News UK

    The three places in England with zero new coronavirus cases

    These three areas had no new infections in the week ending 5 July.

  • News
    HuffPost UK

    A Wealth Tax 'Has To Happen', Says Senior Labour Peer And Ex-Gordon Brown Adviser

    Lord Stewart Wood tells HuffPost UK he was glad his party floated the idea in recent days, despite it causing "short-term trouble".

  • News
    The Guardian

    A Scottish independence crisis is on its way – and English politics is in denial

    A Scottish independence crisis is on its way – and English politics is in denial. After the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit, the union will not be safe with a prime minister who plays with nationalist fire

  • Style
    Pop Sugar UK Beauty

    Yep, This Is Actually How Often You Should Be Washing Your Hair

    Most men do it every day. Selena Gomez does it twice a week. Kim Kardashian goes a full five days without it. (And we don't even want to know Sansa Stark's number.) How often you wash your hair, it seems, boils down to personal preference. Right? Not so fast. The answer to that question is murky, but can be summed up in four words: for the most part - but there are a few factors to keep in mind. (Fine, that's 14 words.) First, there's the issue of stripping your scalp of its natural oils when you overwash. "Then, you must consider your hair type, texture, scalp condition, damage, and the style you wear," said Kevin Mancuso, hairstylist and global creative director for Nexxus. Oh, and don't forget your environment. ("If you live in a polluted city, you're going to want to wash your hair more frequently than you probably do," he said) So, how often should you "do" it? We asked a handful of pros for their opinion on how frequently you should be washing your hair, so you can consider the search, well, done.

  • Celebrity
    Hello!

    The Queen's wedding drama revealed: the true story of the day's biggest mishap

    The Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) wore a tiara for the first time on her wedding day to Prince Phillip in 1947 –  the Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara. It is widely known that the tiara broke ahead of the ceremony, but what fans probably won't know is exactly how. The Queen told the story to the Duchess of Cambridge in 2018 while attending an exhibition of Kate's wedding dress: "The catch, which I didn't know existed, it suddenly went. And I didn’t know it was a necklace, you see… I thought I'd broken it… We stuck it all together again, but I was rather alarmed."SEE: Inside The Queen's second home Windsor Castle where she is staying amid coronavirusLoading the player...WATCH: The Queen makes first public appearance since lockdownGiven that she was about to walk down the aisle with an estimated audience of 200 million people in one of the world's most public weddings, it's no wonder that she was worried. But rather than opt for another tiara, which the Telegraph reports that the Queen Mother suggested, the Queen was adamant that she would wear the Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara, which was on loan as the 'something borrowed' from her mother.MORE: The Queen's most stunning tiaras in her personal jewellery collectionThe Queen wore Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara for her wedding in 1947Luckily, the royal jewellery house, Garrard, was on standby to help repair the broken tiara, and it was taken to the workshop under police escort to be welded back together in time for the Queen and Phillip's nuptials.The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara was originally a fringe necklace that belonged to the Queen Mother's husband's mother, Queen Mary. Apparently, Mary liked to customise her jewellery and 26 years after her wedding in 1893, she called upon Garrard to recreate it as a tiara.Princess Anne wore Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara for her wedding in 1973It was also worn by the Queen's daughter Princess Anne on her wedding day in 1973. Now, it remains under the Queen's ownership, though she rarely wears it. 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.

  • Politics
    HuffPost UK

    Donald Trump's Latest Tweet On Coronavirus Might Be His Dumbest Yet

    President said the reason US cases had passed the 3 million mark was that more testing was being done than in other countries.