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"25.02.2017 15:43:19" inews.co.uk Tom Watson: I never thought I'd feel sorry for Nuttall - I was right Deputy Labour Leader said sending Ukip leader Paul Nuttall home “with his tail between his legs was exactly what he deserved”
"25.02.2017 15:31:00" inews.co.uk Have you got what it takes to become a quiz champion? Try our iQuiz How much do you know? Test your general knowledge
"25.02.2017 14:30:01" inews.co.uk 10 BYOB restaurants in Glasgow BYOB (or 'bring your own bottle') restaurants are a great option if you're on a budget. Cut your bill in half by bringing your own bottle.
"25.02.2017 13:45:02" inews.co.uk Media outlets react angrily to being blocked from White House briefing UK outlets including the BBC were among a number of organisations barred from an informal briefing with the White House press secretary
"25.02.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk DocTap: The website that allows you to see a GP for £24 A website allowing patients to book a same day GP appointment from £24 in a pharmacy has drawn criticism as further evidence of the privatisation of the NHS. But creators of the website DocTap have said it is a convenient addition to the UK's “free at the
"25.02.2017 13:00:03" inews.co.uk Reform Better Together to oppose IndyRef2? No chance, says Labour Scottish Labour will not share a platform with the Conservatives to defend the Union if there is a second referendum on independence, the party's senior leadership has said. Leader Kezia Dugdale and her deputy Alex Rowley both effectively ruled out the
"25.02.2017 12:39:07" inews.co.uk 10 Scottish tech companies to watch in 2017 - The i newspaper online iNews These days, Scotland is home to a growing number of digital technology businesses that are making a big impact on the tech and gaming world, from augmented reality and robotics to shopping made simple. ONES TO WATCH: 10 Scottish tech companies to watch in 2017
Read more at: http://trib.al/bPJUZM2
"25.02.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk Should we be taking a daily dose of vitamin D? For all the evidence of its benefits, doctors are deeply divided over the usefulness of supplements – and even the vitamin itself. Some argue that supplements are pointless, and possibly even harmful, for all but high-risk people.
"25.02.2017 11:00:03" inews.co.uk Sadiq Khan: Scottish nationalism's divisiveness is similar to Trump The Mayor of London will tell Scottish Labour's spring conference that seeking to break up the Union will only serve to fuel the harmful divisions caused by the election of the controversial US President and the Brexit vote.
"25.02.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 romantic date destinations in Leeds Leeds is brimming with romantic things to do, both during the day and at night. Break your boring dating cycle and try something new.
"25.02.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Ireland's next PM could be a gay, half-Indian, conservative politician Leo Varadkar, Ireland's minister for social protection, is the strong favourite to replace Enda Kenny as Taoiseach of Ireland. The 38-year-old, who came ou If Varadkar were to win, it would mark a milestone for the historically very conservative country.
"25.02.2017 09:00:01" inews.co.uk Jess Phillips: Labour needs 'relatable' leader more like Tony Blair Labour MP Jess Phillips has said the party needs a charismatic leader like Tony Blair who is "relatable" in order to win a general election. "I would chall “We don't put enough credence on the one to one abilities of our leadership, charisma and also just relatability."
"25.02.2017 08:00:03" inews.co.uk Union chief issues 'final warning' to Jeremy Corbyn after Copeland Jeremy Corbyn has been issued with a “final warning” from a key union ally amid a fresh wave of attacks from Labour critics following the party's disastrou Jeremy Corbyn has been issued with a “final warning” from a key union ally amid a fresh wave of attacks from Labour critics
"24.02.2017 23:40:01" inews.co.uk Macon Blair: Netflix is a game-changer for indie film-makers His debut movie stars Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey as neighbours who track down a criminal gang. Blue Ruin and Green Room star Macon Blair brings his acclaimed directorial debut to Netflix, from today.
"24.02.2017 23:00:01" Timeline Photos The Foo Fighters have announced they will be headlining Glastonbury's Pyramid stage in 2017. They made the announcement during a secret show in Frome. They join a line-up that includes Radiohead, Green Day and Ed Sheeran.
"24.02.2017 22:20:01" Timeline Photos News outlets, including the BBC, were blocked from an informal, off-camera White House press briefing today, held by press secretary Sean Spicer.
CNN, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, BuzzFeed, the Daily Mail, and Politico were also among
"24.02.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Edinburgh's best late night bars If you want to stay out past 1am but aren't quite prepared to hit the clubs, Edinburgh is home to plenty of late night bars. Avoid the clubs and keep the conversation going into the wee hours.
"24.02.2017 21:00:05" Timeline Photos Th-th-th-that's all folks.
"24.02.2017 20:15:01" inews.co.uk Carrie Fisher's final TV performance: what to expect from Catastrophe series 3 Channel 4's filthily funny relationship comedy is back next Tuesday. Fisher, whose talent for comedy was immense, finished filming on the series just days before she suffered a fatal heart attack, late last year.
The final part of the series features her heavily, in what Channel 4 have described as being a very
"24.02.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Ben Wheatley on Free Fire, Scorsese and the allure of anti-heroes Ben Wheatley's latest film is a darkly funny action thriller about an arms deal gone wrong. He explains his love of anti-heroes. "Bond is a massive anti-hero. So is Indiana Jones. They're not as clean-cut as people remember."
"24.02.2017 19:15:00" Timeline Photos Bradley Lowery, a five-year-old football fanatic who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2013, will be the England mascot at the team's World Cup qualifier match against Lithuania next month.
Lowery won Match of the Day's Goal of the Month award after
"24.02.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Ukip deny crisis as they fail to break through in Labour's Brexit heartlands - The i newspaper online iNews Ukip have denied they are facing an existential crisis after Paul Nuttall failed to make a by-election breakthrough in Labour's Brexit heartlands. The part Ukip have denied they are facing an existential crisis after Paul Nuttall failed to make a by-election breakthrough
"24.02.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk President Trump calls for end to anonymous sources in media President Donald Trump has said news organisations "shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name". His comments - made during a spee "They shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name. Let their name be put out there. Let their name be put out. A source says that Donald Trump is a horrible, horrible human being? Let them say it to my face."
"24.02.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Website that allows you to see a GP for £24 Creators of the website DocTap have said it is a convenient addition to the UK's “free at the point of delivery” health service A new website allows patients to book a same day GP appointment in a pharmacy for £24. Is this a sign of the increased privatisation of the NHS?
"24.02.2017 17:00:03" inews.co.uk 'Catastrophe' returns: in bed with Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan It's an unusual, slightly alarming privilege to be invited to watch a “bedroom scene”. Especially given that, in Channel 4's superb sitcom, Catastrophe, th Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney discuss the return of Catastrophe and tease its shocking opening scene. "If you watch it, you probably won't be able to look me in the eye again.”
"24.02.2017 16:24:44" inews.co.uk MPs vote in favour of women's bill despite Philip Davies best efforts Women's rights campaigners are celebrating a “major victory” today after MPs voted 138-1 in favour of a “life saving” bill aimed at ending domestic violenc MPs voted 138-1 in favour of a “life saving” bill aimed at ending domestic violence
"24.02.2017 15:31:01" inews.co.uk People 'should not be put off' adopting hermaphrodite Staffie The RSPCA has warned potential dog-owners to not be put off from adopting hermaphrodite dogs. Not one person has expressed an interest in adopting Holly, a No one has expressed an interest in adopting Holly, a hermaphrodite Staffordshire bull terrier, since the RSPCA shelter in Coventry took her in
"24.02.2017 14:47:26" inews.co.uk Link between high blood sugar and Alzheimer's identified A biological link between high blood sugar and Alzheimer's disease has been identified by scientists in Britain. Researchers from the University of Bath an A biological link between high blood sugar and Alzheimer's disease has been identified by scientists in Britain
"24.02.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 things to watch on TV this week 1 Rivers with Jeremy Paxman - Sun 8pm, Channel 4 Jeremy Paxman loves nothing more than to unwind with a fishing trip – he has even written a book about ang Some top-rate shows are returning to TV next week
"24.02.2017 13:30:01" inews.co.uk Gary Lineker sheds tear for Leicester, criticises Ranieri sacking Gary Lineker has said the sacking of Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri just nine months after he led the club to win the Premier League title is the " Gary Lineker said: “I shed a tear last night. I shed a tear for Claudio, I shed a tear for football and I shed a tear for my club. It's inexplicable to me, it's inexplicable to a lot of football fans who love the game.”
"24.02.2017 13:00:02" inews.co.uk Ricky Gervais: Humanity: half stand-up show, half lecture Ricky Gervais: Humanity Colston Hall, Bristol ★★★ Ricky Gervais has written his own epitaph in his new stand-up show. Over and over again he tells us, smir The show mines the very worst things in human existence – paedophilia, terrorism, rape, murder, fundamentalism, animal cruelty, the death of a child – and attempts to chisel out jokes.
"24.02.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk The bedtime story phoneline for the children of alcoholics Life for the children of parents with an alcohol addiction can be lonely, as Josh Connolly knows only too well. He is one of the volunteers at the National Life for the children of parents with an alcohol addiction can be lonely, as Josh Connolly, a volunteer at the National Association for Children of Alcoholics, knows only too well.
He reads Roald Dahl and Horrid Henry stories to children as young as five
"24.02.2017 12:00:02" inews.co.uk The 'golden trio' of sex moves to help women reach orgasm laid bare by scientists Scientists have uncovered what they believe is a “golden trio” of moves that will help women experience orgasm during sex. 95 per cent of heterosexual men "A combination of deep kissing, manual genital stimulation and/or oral sex in addition to vaginal intercourse can increase the likelihood of a woman reaching orgasm with a partner, according to a study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior"
"24.02.2017 11:38:25" inews.co.uk 10 Scottish tech companies to watch in 2017 - The i newspaper online iNews These days, Scotland is home to a growing number of digital technology businesses that are making a big impact on the tech and gaming world, from augmented reality and robotics to shopping made simple. 10 Scottish tech companies to watch in 2017
Read more at: http://trib.al/9H8w8qQ
"24.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Students could save money with two-year fast track degrees Universities will start to offer students two-year fast track degrees, under plans to be unveiled later today by the Government. The proposals for shorter Universities are to be given the go-ahead to offer two year shorter course degrees to students. They will cost more money per year, but will be cheaper overall than a three year degree.
"24.02.2017 11:00:01" inews.co.uk Copeland and Stoke by-elections spell disaster for Corbyn and Ukip The contests in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central are set to join the small band of by-election results that are remembered for decades as potentially ma For Corbyn, Labour's wounding defeat follows the collapse in its support in the Richmond Park and Sleaford and North Hykeham by-elections in December.
Meanwhile in Stoke, the voters have left Ukip facing an existential crisis, with the party wondering
"24.02.2017 10:00:03" inews.co.uk Teachers work more unpaid overtime than any other profession Teachers are working more unpaid overtime than any other profession other than company chief executives, new research has shown. Figures published by the T Teachers are doing more unpaid work every week than finance managers, health workers and solicitors - clocking up an average 12.1 hours of unpaid work
"24.02.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Stoke's new Labour MP hails 'victory for British values of tolerance' after beating Paul Nuttall Stoke's newly elected Labour MP has declared his victory over Ukip leader Paul Nuttall as an unequivocal rejection of division, hate and intolerance. Garet In his victory speech, Stoke's new Labour MP Gareth Snell said:
"To those of you who came to Stoke-on-Trent to sow hatred and division and turn us away from our neighbours, I have one simple message: you have failed."
"24.02.2017 09:00:03" inews.co.uk How volunteers are keeping Britain's smallest football clubs alive Away from the glitz and glamour, football clubs up and down the country rely on a hardy collection of fans who volunteer their time. Far away from the glitz and glamour of the Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford, there are football clubs up and down the country who rely on a hardy collection of fans who volunteer their time.
James Waller is one such fan.
"24.02.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk Fasting for five days a month could 'reverse' diabetes Diets involving fasting can lead to a “remarkable” reversal of diabetes, scientists have claimed. Periodic cycles of fasting appear to “reprogramme pancrea Periodic cycles of fasting appear to “reprogramme pancreas cells and restore insulin production”
"24.02.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Labour suffer historic defeat in Copeland but hold off Ukip in Brexit capital Stoke-on-Trent Jeremy Corbyn's Labour have become the first opposition party in decades to lose a seat to a sitting government in a by-election after the Conservatives sc Jeremy Corbyn's Labour have become the first opposition party in decades to lose a seat to a sitting government in a by-election after the Conservatives scored a stunning victory in Copeland.
"24.02.2017 07:00:03" inews.co.uk The Euro crime-thriller 'bringing together a divided continent' It stars a familiar face, and is almost unprecedented in scope. If you're looking for a new immersive, international TV crime thriller, 'The Team' has just hit UK screens.
"24.02.2017 06:00:03" inews.co.uk How to squeeze 10 portions of fruit and veg into your daily diet Rachel De Thample, author and healthy eating expert, has the following tips to help you squeeze more fruit and veg into your diet. A smoothie this morning could put a real dent in your 10 a day
"24.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk The 10 best Champions League goals of all time Does Falcao's goal make it into the top 10? Sticking solely to the Champions League - 1992 onwards - we've selected the 10 best. The No.1 choice is controversial...
"24.02.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk A Cure for Wellness is Shutter Island with eels This intriguingly weird psychological thriller from Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski has to be seen to be believed. One of the strangest mainstream studio films in recent memory is out this week.
"23.02.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk New football film underscores the tragedy of George Best Daniel Gordon's documentary on the life and career of the famed footballer is a fascinating, but dispiriting, watch. Questioned about his many unfavourable tabloid exploits, George Best optimistically stated that he expected to be remembered for his glory years rather than “all that other stuff”.
But as this documentary emphatically proves, that's sadly not the case.
"23.02.2017 22:45:00" inews.co.uk Why we enjoy watching sad films We're all in search of happiness, but even the cheeriest among us enjoy watching a sad film now and again. "I come out of a sad film feeling that I've walked in someone else's shoes for a mile."
"23.02.2017 22:02:00" inews.co.uk Leicester consumed by storm as Claudio Ranieri is sacked On a day when a storm called Doris battered the rest of Britain into submission the damage in Leicester was entirely self inflicted. The beautiful construc Whoever Leicester deem good enough to replace Ranieri, we can say with certainty that he will not be the most recent coach to win the Premier League, and he will not be in charge of a team competing in the Champions League last 16.
"23.02.2017 21:15:00" inews.co.uk My mum had to give up her principles to marry The Court of Appeal narrowly ruled against granting heterosexual couples the right to a civil partnership. The reaction to the case has been mixed. This ar Last year when mum decided to marry dad, after meeting as teenagers and living together for 35 years, we knew that she might not win her third serious battle with cancer.
With two previous cancers she had adamantly refused to compromise on her
"23.02.2017 20:30:02" inews.co.uk Like him or loathe him, Piers Morgan has a point In many ways, Piers Morgan is the perfect expression of a time in which we are increasingly invited to take sides. Morgan personifies this divisive age bet Morgan's whole shtick is to be a contrarian, a provocateur, and he is a studied publicity junkie. But, when he stands up against a monolithic showbiz culture by positing the odd pro-Trump opinion, he does free speech and diversity of opinion a service.
"23.02.2017 19:45:01" inews.co.uk Why grief is difficult to quantify in the workplace Facebook has doubled its paid bereavement leave allowance to up to 20 days. But how much time off is enough? The facts about bereavement leave
"23.02.2017 19:01:41" inews.co.uk Scientists have trained bumblebees to score goals Bumblebees are known for their their ability to collect nectar and pollinate flowers - but now they are being hailed for their sporting prowess too. Scient Scientists have trained bees to score goals using a mini-ball
"23.02.2017 18:17:44" inews.co.uk Grace Neutral on tattooing, body modification and how to rebel It was once an act of rebellion and transgression, especially among the working classes. Tattoos are now fully assimilated into mainstream culture. Get one Is tattooing even rebellious anymore? We spoke to tattoo artist Grace Neutral about her new show, what tattoos mean in 2017, and how it felt to get ink injected into her eyes.
"23.02.2017 17:30:53" Photos from The i Paper's post Caroline Lucas had no time for Katie Hopkins, and her belief the co-Green Party leader spoke for "vegan lesbians."
After Hopkins again accused her of wanting to bar Trump from a state visit because "he is straight and likes cheeseburgers", Lucas
"23.02.2017 16:46:15" inews.co.uk Kellyanne Conway denounces feminism, urges fight for equal pay Kellyanne Conway has continued her sustained campaign to encourage women to distance themselves from feminism as she appeared at the annual Conservative Po Kellyanne Conway appeared at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and made it very clear she does not call herself a feminist.
Kellyanne Conway also wants women to push to be paid the same as men for their work. Which sounds very, well,
"23.02.2017 16:00:10" inews.co.uk Michael Gove: I'm a sinner and I shouldn't have knifed Boris Johnson Michael Gove has said he should not have run in the Conservative leadership election where he scuppered his former ally Boris Johnson's chances. In a wide- “With the benefit of hindsight, I should have not been so quick to say that I was going to support Boris in the first place and probably should never have run myself."
"23.02.2017 15:20:08" inews.co.uk What if the Nazis won? Explaining our fascination with alternate history SS-GB and The Man in the High Castle have proved popular with viewers. So why are we so fascinated with alternate history? Why alternate history is popular in the US and UK - and less so elsewhere
"23.02.2017 14:00:03" inews.co.uk The Brits: And the award for most lacklustre awards ceremony goes to.. And the award for the Most Lacklustre Awards Ceremony goes to.... You might think that awards season is bloated enough already - that a full two months of The Brits were, as usual, mediocre, parochial and shambolic but not in a good, Jarvis-Cocker-mooning-Michael-Jackson way. Not even in a Chumbawumba-versus-John-Prescott-way. Just in a boring way.
"23.02.2017 13:03:00" inews.co.uk Flights from Edinburgh to the US to launch in June costing £69 After i broke the story in December, low cost airline Norwegian has confirmed it will launch transatlantic flights from Edinburgh and Belfast for £69.
"23.02.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk The stars of 'Gap Year' on how they spent their own year off “British people think of themselves as quite worldly and have a superiority complex. In fact, we're an incredibly sheltered and insular bunch.” As a Brit w Gap Year, which begins on E4 tonight at 9pm, tells the story of four young people, and one slightly older one, navigating their way haphazardly around Asia.
Writer Tom Basden says: “British people think of themselves as quite worldly and have a
"23.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk The Jewish school for Muslims, Christians and atheists The teenagers sit in their rows, listening dutifully to their teacher. It is a classroom like any other in an urban school. Pupils of different colours tak Most surprising is the willingness of parents of Muslim children in the area to send their children to a school where they know their children will be studying Jewish studies right up to GCSE.
“The reason they come here, even though it is not their own
"23.02.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Minister 'pleased' he got 'racist' Primark t-shirt removed A Sheffield Methodist minister who got high street clothing store Primark to remove a "racist" Walking Dead t-shirt from shelves has admitted he is "very p "The original Eenie Meenie Miny Moe song had the lyrics changed to 'tiger' over 40 years ago and only those older than this know the original which he falsely claims 'everyone knows how it ends'."
"23.02.2017 10:00:03" inews.co.uk Scotland's new BBC channel reflects the changing times Time to adjust your sets: Scotland is getting a new TV channel. A BBC shake-up north of the border has been brewing for some time, but the corporation's de "The £19m set aside by the BBC for the new channel is a sizeable investment, but it is also a statement of intent, designed to show that the corporation is finally taking its responsibility to serve all parts of the UK seriously."
"23.02.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Cressida Dick appointment as first woman Met Police Commissioner sparks backlash Her appointment was criticised by the family of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was wrongly shot dead during an operation she led in 2005.
The Brazilian electrician was killed two weeks after the 7/7 London bombings when he was mistakenly identified as a
"23.02.2017 08:30:01" Timeline Photos Do these puppets remind you of anyone?
Katy Perry's politically-charged performance of Chained to the Rhythm at the Brit Awards featured two huge puppets dressed up as US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May. They even held hands,
"23.02.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk Eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day to reduce cancer, stroke and heart disease, study says First it was five a day - now eating double that number of fruit and veg will bring even more health benefits, according to experts Eating 10 portions ever First it was five, now it's 10.
"23.02.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Tory rebellion grows over shake-up of schools funding MPs from across England have protested that the proposals will hit school budgets at a time when they are already facing severe financial pressure.
They are threatening to vote against the new system unless the government makes last-minute changes to
"23.02.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk 'I want to stop other mentally ill soldiers dying like my brother' It was six months after leaving the Army that Tony Jeng took his own life. After 14 years of military service, including years fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Royal Engineer had been suffering from severe post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and
"23.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk We're committed to the North, Minister tells region's leaders Northern Powerhouse Minister Andrew Percy has insisted the Government is “stepping up” to carry forward George Osborne's vision for the region and the project is “not about one man”.
"23.02.2017 03:00:05" inews.co.uk Why The House That £100k Built will never be as good as Grand Designs - The i newspaper online iNews 'There was something undeniably smug about an architect and a curator prancing around offering “advice” to two novices. They spent much of the programme explaining why the couple's design was “ordinary” and kept trying to convince them to make rather
"23.02.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Storm Doris brings 80mph winds Storm Doris is a “quick moving feature,” says Met Office meteorologist Emma Sharples. But that doesn't mean it won't bring widespread disruption when it hits in the early hours of Thursday morning.
"23.02.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk The funniest TripAdvisor reviews of Manchester restaurants They say that everyone's a critic, and they certainly can be if they happen to have a TripAdvisor account. From the sublime to the ridiculous, and the brutally honest to the downright bizarre, here are some of the most unintentionally humorous reviews of Manchester's food scene.
"23.02.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk Manchester's anarchic literary scene has more to offer than you think Over the years, the city has produced the likes of novelist and playwright Frances Hodgson Burnett, playwright and TV writer Jack Rosenthal, and even punk poet John Cooper Clarke. Current literary residents include poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy and crime
"22.02.2017 23:03:23" inews.co.uk Grime stars bow to David Bowie as Brit Awards honour rock legend It was supposed to be the night grime broke through at the Brit Awards. But even the rumbustious London scene's stars had to bow to David Bowie who was named the posthumous big winner at the music industry event.
Bowie, who died from cancer last
"22.02.2017 22:46:35" inews.co.uk The best late night bars in Glasgow If you're a night owl but clubbing isn't your scene, Glasgow has plenty of bars open past 1am where you can nurse a pint and catch up with friends into the wee hours.
"22.02.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Milo is the Omar Bakri of the Right 'Milo Yiannopoulos, a young man with golden skin, streaked locks, straight nose and penetrating eyes, is a right-wing libertarian. In earlier historical periods he might have been a poster boy for Hitler's Youth Movement, or an enthusiastic member of
"22.02.2017 21:15:00" inews.co.uk Think Donald Trump is bad? The Queen has entertained worse leaders A petition to stop Mr Trump's state visit, which was signed by 1.8 million people and debated by MPs, claims that “well-documented misogyny and vulgarity disqualifies him from being received by Her Majesty the Queen”.
Whatever your position on whether
"22.02.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Martin Scorsese's new crime epic is heading to Netflix But will it appear in cinemas too? De Niro. Pesci. Scorsese.
The Goodfellas crew are back. And their new movie will be a Netflix exclusive.
"22.02.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Why Barcelona are in decline - and English teams are catching up Graham Hunter on why English teams are finally starting to catch up with Barcelona and Spanish football This Spanish football writer believes English clubs are finally learning from FC Barcelona
"22.02.2017 18:30:03" inews.co.uk 'i' nominated for Newspaper of the Year at the Press Awards Thank you to all readers for your support during an extraordinary 2016, as we covered Brexit, political turmoil, the Olympics and President Trump, among much else.
"22.02.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk Viceroy's House star Huma Qureshi: 'Hate politics get us nowhere' "The timing of this film could not have been better," says Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi. She's talking about Viceroy's House “We can't place the blame for whatever's going around us in in the world on a particular community. We can't think the only way is to throw them out, or to deport them. That's not going to solve anything."
- Huma Qureshi
"22.02.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk 10 essential ways to enhance your Netflix experience Netflix is popular for a reason - but despite a well-stocked viewing library it's far from perfect as an experience. These tools can help. These are the best ways to make sure you make the most of your Netflix subscription
"22.02.2017 16:02:29" inews.co.uk The saltiest moments from the House of Lords' 20-hour Brexit debate The House of Lords' role in legislative scrutiny is a serious matter - but that doesn't meant everything the befurred nobles say is straight-faced. Over th “When I watch Stoke City at the weekend I accept the rules and the result, though I have to admit there have been many occasions when I would love to have been able to say that the goals against us were only advisory.”
"22.02.2017 15:16:04" inews.co.uk Five things we learned from PMQs as Theresa May feels pressure on NHS Theresa May faced a barrage of questions about the NHS and social care from Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Minister's Questions, ahead of a pair of important by-el Exchanges at PMQs may take place in Westminster, but the real focus was 340 miles away at the Copeland by-election
"22.02.2017 14:31:24" inews.co.uk The Istanbul Convention: what it is and why you should care Emma Watson has written to MPs urging them to turn up to the House of Commons on Friday to vote in favour of the “lifesaving” Istanbul Convention bill. Org Emma Watson has written to MPs urging them to vote in favour of the “lifesaving” Istanbul Convention bill.
These are the reasons the bill matters.
"22.02.2017 13:45:01" inews.co.uk Scotland is getting a new BBC TV channel A new Scottish BBC channel will begin broadcasting next year in what the corporation described as its "biggest single investment" north of the border for m Still Game and other Scottish TV hits will be shown on the channel, which will have a serious focus on Scottish identity and culture
"22.02.2017 13:00:05" Timeline Photos Boris Johnson was mistaken for Donald Trump in Newcastle.
The conversation came up yesterday in the House of Commons, when Alex Salmond asked Boris Johnson who decided to invite President Trump for a state visit seven days into his presidency.
"22.02.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk SS-GB: how the Nazis never came close to conquering Britain New alternative history drama SS-GB asks us to imagine a nation that lost the Battle Of Britain. How close was this to reality? SS-GB presents a vision of what would have happened if we lost the Battle of Britain, but the chances of that happening are slim.
The RAF ended up with more Spitfires and Hurricanes at the end of the battle than when they started.
"22.02.2017 11:26:27" inews.co.uk A simple explainer of the 'assassination' of Kim Jong-nam Kim Jong-nam, the older, estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has died in an apparent assassination. The common theory - although spe The investigation into the death of Kim Jong-nam gets crazier by the day. We're keeping our explainer updated with all the latest developments, so you should give it a read.
"22.02.2017 10:28:50" inews.co.uk inews.co.uk Brexit Secretary David Davis has admitted it will take “years and years” to persuade British people to do the jobs currently done by EU workers.
"22.02.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk Generosity of British Muslims to be celebrated at awards ceremony The first awards ceremony dedicated to the achievements of charities led by British Muslims will take place in London on Wednesday evening. Muslims across British Muslim volunteers collectively devote 10,000 days of time towards charity every year /
"22.02.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Less than half of low-to-middle-income families now on housing ladder House buying rates among Britain's “just about managing” families have fallen far behind their foreign counterparts, new research has shown. The findings a House buying rates among Britain's “just about managing” families have fallen far behind their foreign counterparts
"22.02.2017 07:45:00" inews.co.uk The world leaders worse than Donald Trump who have had UK state visits Protesters have put renewed pressure on Parliament to cancel Donald Trump's state visit, with some claiming that the Queen should be saved from the embarra Mugabe, Mobutu, Ceausescu, Putin, many autocratic Gulf kings...
"22.02.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Poorer Scots more likely to die of heart disease than rich Scots living in deprived communities are far more likely to die of a stroke or heart disease than people in wealthy areas, according to official statistics "It is nothing short of a disgrace that, in the 21st century, the richest people in Scotland are still considerably more likely to survive a potentially-fatal disease than the poor."
"22.02.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Dry winter prompts water shortage concerns Water companies and regulators have put in place plans to cope with possible shortages after one of the driest winters on record left many rivers, reservoi This could be a problem.
"22.02.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk David Bowie to get 'stupid and joyous' ZiggyZag Brixton memorial Plans for the ZiggyZag, a “startling, stupid and utterly joyous” permanent memorial to David Bowie in the singer's Brixton birthplace, have been unveiled. It's a 9m-high lightning bolt made out of steel.
"22.02.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk The Note 7 will return, refurbished in emerging markets Samsung is planning to start reselling a refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in order to avoid paying a hefty environmental fine. The Note It doesn't want to dump them - so it's going to fix them and sell them in India and Vietnam.
"22.02.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk Great films at Glasgow Film Festival this week The Glasgow Film Festival is currently in full swing. There's still plenty of time to catch some fantastic films. Bruising drama. Exceptional thrillers. And a chance to see The Thing in the snow.
"22.02.2017 01:00:02" inews.co.uk Oliver Chris: on tackling Shakespeare and playing Prince William “I didn't think this was what I would be doing when I left drama school,” says Oliver Chris. What did he think he'd be doing? “I thought I'd be in linen on Broadway is an amazing opportunity but doing eight shows a week is a bit like being on day release.
"22.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk British Isis fighter who blew himself up in Mosul 'was Guantanamo detainee' A British Isis fighter who is believed to have carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq was a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, according to reports. The bomber Abu Zakariya al-Britani was once Ronald Fiddler from Manchester.
"21.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Secret Edinburgh: 5 hidden sights to discover Hannah Robinson, author of Secret Edinburgh, an Unusual Guide, shares five of her favourite Edinburgh secrets The best things to do in Edinburgh that the locals want to keep secret
"21.02.2017 22:31:01" inews.co.uk Inside No. 9 review: Revenge of the Northerners, in a typically twisted tale The North-South divide offered a rich undercurrent to the comic-drama.
"21.02.2017 22:05:05" inews.co.uk Theresa May's Cabinet spends 90% of meeting talking about the Union The UK Government has agreed to ramp up its efforts to strengthen the Union at a Cabinet meeting at which 90 per cent of the time was dedicated to t The Union is suddenly at the top of the agenda.
"21.02.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk How every generation gets the road movies it deserves The road movie has remained a constant force in cinema for decades. Logan, the new Wolverine film, is just the latest example. "Easy Rider set the standard for films about free spirits who learn the hard way that the open road is fraught with unforeseen dangers."
"21.02.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk The full list of cuts to hospitals and NHS services near you An i investigation has uncovered plans to close or downscale more than 50 hospitals and NHS services across England, as the NHS faces its biggest shake up An i investigation has uncovered plans to close or downscale more than 50 hospitals and NHS services across England
"21.02.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Civil partnerships for all may be coming, but it was too late for us So, it's official: the Government's refusal to allow Civil Partnerships to same-sex couples could breach their human rights. Three appeal court judges hear I met my partner Karen when we were both still teenagers and we lived together for more than 35 years. We always regarded each other as equals and both hated the historical connotations of domesticity and arguably servitude that go with the word
"21.02.2017 20:01:24" inews.co.uk Primark removes 'fantastically offensive' t-shirt over racism complaint Primark has removed a t-shirt promoting hit US TV show The Walking Dead from its stores after it was branded “fantastically offensive” and “racist” by an a “The slogan is, 'Eeeny meenie miny moe….'.
It stops there, but of course we all know what the original said..."
"21.02.2017 19:30:00" newyorker.com Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds New discoveries about the human mind show the limitations of reason. This story from The New Yorker has been a hot topic in the office today. We wanted to make sure we shared it with you, too.
"21.02.2017 19:04:09" inews.co.uk Oh crumbs! Pie-eating goalie Wayne Shaw resigns amid betting scandal Who ate all the pies? Sutton United's goalkeeper Wayne Shaw was caught on camera wolfing down a pie during a match on Monday night. But the stunt, which ma Job offers have already come flooding as supermarkets and restaurants vied to persuade Shaw to come on board as a professional pie taster
"21.02.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk Taboo: searching the records for a real-life James Delaney Criminal namesakes, and rogues with similar exploits, existed in 19th century Britain. On a rowdy summer's day in 19th century London, James Delaney produces a pistol, aims the muzzle at a policeman's head, and growls menacingly:
"Woe be unto the man who wears a blue coat."
But this is not a scene from Tom Hardy's TV show Taboo. This is
"21.02.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk 10 essential ways to enhance your Netflix experience Netflix is popular for a reason - but despite a well-stocked viewing library it's far from perfect as an experience. These tools can help. Find the good stuff, and add some useful features.
"21.02.2017 17:15:00" Timeline Photos The Icelandic president has said that, had he the power to make laws on his own, he would ban Hawaiian pizza. We'd like to thank Guðni Th. Jóhannesson for bringing this important issue into the public eye.
Before the inevitable petition to bring the
"21.02.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk #OscarsSoWhite founder April Reign: this movement is bigger than race When #OscarsSoWhite creator April Reign posted a tongue-in-cheek tweet to express her “frustration and disappointment” at the lack of diversity in the 2015 The creator of #OscarsSoWhite explains how the movement is about more than just race. It's about opportunity for everyone.
"21.02.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The full list of hospitals and NHS services set to close near you An i investigation has uncovered plans to close or downscale more than 50 hospitals and NHS services across England, as the NHS faces its biggest shake up More than 50 hospitals, A&E departments and maternity services are closing across England.
Find out how you will be affected:
"21.02.2017 15:00:04" inews.co.uk Heterosexual people can't get civil partnerships? Good I could not be more thrilled that heterosexual couple Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan have lost their legal battle to enter into a civil partnership. "Fighting for quasi-marriage is a waste of time. Heterosexuals already have the real thing. They should discuss and change the expectations and norms they find ingrained in it, rather than fleeing to colonise inferior versions to fit their purposes."
"21.02.2017 14:15:01" Timeline Photos If you want La La Land to sweep the The Academy Awards, this might be just the thing for you: golden statues of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling have been installed outside the Leicester Square ODEON Cinemas.
Do you think Stone, Gosling and La La Land
"21.02.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Milo Yiannopoulos could be 'deserted' by Breitbart The far-right appears to be turning against Milo Yiannopoulos amid accusations that he has condoned paedophilia in comments made about relationships betwee Milo Yiannopoulos has been uninvited from this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), while Breitbart employees have reportedly threatened to walk out if he is not sacked from the news organisation.
"21.02.2017 12:45:01" inews.co.uk Peter Mandelson: I act every day to try to unseat Jeremy Corbyn Peter Mandelson has claimed he does something every day to try to unseat Jeremy Corbyn because Labour is on “life support” under his leadership. The former “The problem with Jeremy is not that he is a sort of maniac. It's not as though he is a nasty person. It's that he literally has no idea in the 21st Century how to conduct himself as a leader of a party."
"21.02.2017 12:00:02" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn: Don't worry about polls, Labour winning on social media Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has suggested his party's performance on social media is more important than how it ranks in opinion polls. The Conservative pa The Conservative party is 18 points ahead of Labour, according to a poll.
"21.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Read the reprimand MPs who voted against Brexit Bill received Labour MPs who voted against the 'Brexit Bill'- and defied the Three Line Whip- received formal reprimand letters from the Opposition Chief Whip Nicholas B Labour MPs who voted against the 'Brexit Bill' received formal reprimand letters from the Opposition Chief Whip. Here is the full text of the one received by Labour MP for Tottenham David Lammy.
"21.02.2017 10:45:01" Timeline Photos A famine has been declared in parts South Sudan, with a further 1 million people being on the brink according to the World Food Programme.
This follows three years of civil war in the African country.
Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières
"21.02.2017 10:00:02" Timeline Photos Fans of extra-terrestrial life, take note! NASA is holding a press conference tomorrow to discuss a "discovery beyond our solar system".
The event should focus on exoplanets- planets that orbit other stars than our sun- but nothing else is known about
"21.02.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk Grandparents saving working families billions in childcare costs Millions of working parents are only able to hold down their jobs thanks to a “hidden army” of grandparents who provide childcare worth more than £1 Send this one along to your parents and grandparents
"21.02.2017 08:45:00" inews.co.uk Thousands protest Donald Trump's state visit As MPs packed into Westminster Hall to debate a ban on Donald Trump's state visit to the UK, thousands of protesters descended on Parliament Square. Caroline Lucas said Mr Trump was a “bully and a bigot” whose first 100 days in power had made it clear “what kind of future he is building”.
"21.02.2017 08:00:02" inews.co.uk William Hague's warning over failure to deliver Brexit Failure to complete Brexit would trigger the worst political and social crisis for a century, William Hague warned as he hit back at claims that the refere “It would open up the most protracted, bitter, potentially endless conflict in British society and politics that we have seen since the decades of debate on Irish home rule and possibly even longer than that”
"21.02.2017 07:00:03" inews.co.uk Steve Hewlett dies after sharing cancer experience with the world The broadcaster and journalist Steve Hewlett, who spoke with unflinching candour about his treatment for cancer, has died aged 58. The BBC confirmed that t In his final broadcast, Hewlett told listeners how he had married his long-term partner, Rachel, at the Royal Marsden Hospital a fortnight ago, after learning that his cancer could no longer be treated.
"21.02.2017 06:00:02" inews.co.uk Donald Trump gets the OK from...Robert Mugabe Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe appears to approve of Donald Trump's "America first" attitude, drawing parallels between their nationalistic policies. " “Give him time,” said Mr Mugabe. “Mr Trump might even re-look [at] the sanctions on Zimbabwe.”
"21.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 of the best podcasts for the scientifically curious Podcasts are great for expanding your knowledge on any given subject. These are some of the best on the subject of science. You won't find any 'alternative facts' here.
"21.02.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk Dustin Johnson becomes world's number one golfer There was a sense of inevitability about Dustin Johnson's rise to world no.1, a bit like John Wayne walking through the doors of some celluloid frontier sa “I don't really understand it but I can read the 1, 2, 3. I guess that's all that matters"
"21.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk British suicide bomber attacks Iraqi forces in battle for Mosul A British Isis fighter has blown himself up attacking Iraqi forces as they close in on western Mosul, it was claimed today. The man named as Abu Zakariya a The man named as Abu Zakariya al-Britani detonated a vehicle filled with explosives at Tal Kisum.
The pseudonym “al-Britani” is often used by jihadists from the UK.
"20.02.2017 23:00:01" inews.co.uk The best gluten-free restaurants in Sheffield Choosing a meal can be difficult at the best of times, but attempting to uncover the few coeliac-friendly options on a menu can be a minefield. Special dietary requirements shouldn't stop you from eating out.
"20.02.2017 22:05:28" inews.co.uk David Baddiel's searingly honesty about Alzheimer's will help others David Baddiel brings home the realities of caring for a relative with Alzheimer's Disease in The Trouble With Dad on Channel 4, a searingly candid account When Baddiel and his brothers visit their 82-year-old father, he calls them – among many other colourful phrases – “stupid twats”, and shows no interest in them. The last time Colin saw his teenage granddaughter, he asked if she was a “shag bag”.
"20.02.2017 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Arrival deserves to be the Oscars' first sci-fi Best Picture Boldly going where Blade Runner and 2001 could not. Spaceships and extraterrestrials are no barrier to cinematic greatness. And it would be welcome if the Academy, just once, recognised that fact.
"20.02.2017 21:27:57" inews.co.uk Donald Trump and Rory McIlroy take time to play a round of golf Rory McIlroy continued on his recovery from injury over the weekend by playing a round of golf with Donald Trump. The pair played 18 holes at the Trump Int That's three weekends in a row of golf at the "winter White House" for keen amateur and US President Donald Trump.
"20.02.2017 20:39:09" inews.co.uk Millions of pensions threatened with cuts Pension payments could be reduced for millions of pensioners on generous final salary schemes under plans being considered by the Government to help financ Millions of people could see their private-sector pensions reduced if the Government follows through on a plan to make life easier for businesses.
"20.02.2017 20:08:06" inews.co.uk Baby boy saves mother's life by detecting breast cancer Mother knows best? For Sarah Boyle and her son Teddy it was a case of baby knows best when the infant managed to save his mother's life by repeatedly rejec Teddy would “scream” and “become distressed” when Ms Boyle, 26, tried to feed him from her right breast.
"20.02.2017 19:27:46" inews.co.uk Jacqueline Kennedy's bodyguard relives that day in Dallas and hits out at Hollywood Clint Hill, the former Secret Service agent who protected the Kennedys, tells of his regret at being unable to save the life of JFK “I still wish that I could have got there quicker,” the 85-year-old tells i in an exclusive interview.
“But unfortunately I'm not faster than a speeding bullet.”
"20.02.2017 18:42:34" inews.co.uk Rejoice - YouTube is getting rid of its unskippable 30-second adverts YouTube plans to get rid of its 30-second long adverts users are unable to skip past, Google has announced. "We've decided to stop supporting 30-second uns Victory for the impatient!
"20.02.2017 18:24:38" inews.co.uk What we can learn from the 43 Twitter accounts Trump follows Flatpack fans of the word unite: Donald Trump has deeply offended Sweden. In a speech on Saturday night, the US president remarked to a crowd in Melbourne, Who the president follows
10 His own official accounts
1 Piers Morgan
8 Fox news affiliated or connected
7 Employees or colleagues
3 MSNBC affiliated
"20.02.2017 17:52:47" inews.co.uk 'Cancer is not a battle': Nick Robinson's moving tribute to Hewlett Radio broadcaster Steve Hewlett has died at the age of 58 of oesophageal cancer. In recent months, he shared his experience of cancer with BBC Radio 4 list "Cancer is not a battle.
There is no choice whether to fight let alone whether to win or lose.
No amount of courage no measure of cowardice can decide the outcome."
"20.02.2017 17:30:00" Jacob Reese Mogg calls Trump's "p***y" comments ill-considered... Jacob Rees-Mogg just called Donald Trump's "grab them by the p***y" comment "ill-considered phraseology."
"20.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump gets the OK from...Robert Mugabe Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe appears to approve of Donald Trump's "America first" attitude, drawing parallels between their nationalistic policies. " Robert Mugabe can see parallels between his policies and those of Donald J. Trump
"20.02.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk The stand-up comedian who moonlights as an Uber driver Alfie Brown always wanted to be a “road comic”, playing the UK's best, toughest comedy clubs. And after 11 years performing, after critical acclaim and occ Alfie Brown makes enough from comedy to get by but is a father to two young children. So for the last few months he's been Ubering after gigs.
"20.02.2017 16:00:04" Timeline Photos Do you live in a village with one pub?
Here at The i Paper we want to hear about your favourite (solo) village pub. One pub is just enough to keep community spirit high, according to new research.
What does your pub do to foster community
"20.02.2017 15:15:01" inews.co.uk How to have a workplace romance (that doesn't affect your job) Given the choice, most of us would probably prefer not to meet our partner in the workplace. It raises all sorts of issues, and keeping your professional l “The last thing I wanted was to be the subject of water-cooler gossip, but sometimes the rational part of you just has to concede"
"20.02.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk SS-GB: Viewers complain over inaudible dialogue in BBC Nazi drama Viewers complained the Nazi invasion drama SS-GB was the latest BBC show to suffer from poor sound quality with many claiming that they could not understan Did you have to put the subtitles on for SS-GB?
"20.02.2017 13:45:00" CCTV shows assassination of Kim Jong Nam CCTV footage allegedly showing the suspected assassination of Kim Jong Nam has been leaked.
"20.02.2017 13:00:03" inews.co.uk Londoners each get £1,500 more for transport than Northerners - The i newspaper online iNews Londoners are getting £1,500 a head more cash in transport investment than commuters in the North, according to a report that calls for the region to get m More than half of all the many billions of pounds spent on Britain's transport networks are going to the capital
"20.02.2017 12:15:01" inews.co.uk Paul Nuttall faces fresh setback as Ukip chairmen quit Paul Nuttall has suffered a wounding blow to his leadership of Ukip after two senior officials resigned from the party over its “crass insensitivity” towa Paul Nuttall has suffered a wounding blow to his leadership of Ukip after two senior officials resigned from the party over its “crass insensitivity” towards the Hillsborough disaster
"20.02.2017 11:29:36" inews.co.uk Why 'wellness prescriptions' could heal the NHS A leading doctor has called for “wellness prescriptions” to become the norm in the battle to close the NHS funding gap. Sir Muir Gray, former NHS chief kno A focus on illness over wellness could bankrupt the NHS
"20.02.2017 10:45:00" inews.co.uk Hibernation could pave the way for cancer treatment Scientists are hopeful that humans could be able to hibernate within a matter of years - a move that could revolutionise cancer treatment and space travel. Experiments on rats with cancer found that when they hibernate they become much more resistant to radiation, while their tumours remained vulnerable
"20.02.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk What Donald Trump meant when he said something happened in Sweden President Donald Trump has attempted to clarify exactly what he was referring to when he said "look at what's happening... in Sweden". Mr Trump said his co Mr Trump said his comment on something happening in Sweden was in reference to a Fox News segment, which reported that an influx of immigrants in Sweden had allegedly resulted in an increase in gun violence and sexual assault.
Sweden's crime rate has
"20.02.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk We spend 32 hours a year stuck in traffic jams - the third worst in Europe - The i newspaper online iNews Motorists in Britain spend an average of 32 hours a year stuck in traffic, according to a study that shows how they face some of the worst tailbacks in Eur The only European countries that scored worse are Russia and Turkey.
"20.02.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Blue Planet is coming back. And David Attenborough will narrate it When it comes to making money for the BBC, David Attenborough has been almost as valuable to the national broadcaster as the licence fee itself. A spectacu Neither advanced age nor clashes with Trump supporters have stopped David Attenborough: he'll be back with Blue Planet 2.
"20.02.2017 07:31:13" inews.co.uk Trouble in store in Lords for Theresa May over Brexit Bill Theresa May is bracing herself for defeat over key elements of her Brexit negotiating strategy after the Bill authorising her to trigger Article 50 moves o Theresa May is bracing herself for defeat over key elements of her Brexit negotiating strategy after the Bill authorising her to trigger Article 50 moves on Monday to the House of Lords.
"20.02.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk If a robot takes your job, it should pay taxes says Bill Gates If a robot takes your job it should be paying taxes according to Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Who says robots shouldn't have to pay their own way?
"20.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Scientists may be able to turn off traumatic memories Scientists are confident that soldiers could one day be cured of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by erasing memories of distressing events after succ Real-life Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind...
"20.02.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Zlatan Ibrahimovic the hero to set up FA Cup corker with Chelsea A first hat-trick of his Manchester United career against St Etienne was followed by a first FA Cup goal. It has been some week for football's prolific adv “Since I came to England every game is unpredictable, back and forth like a final, especially in the FA Cup. We pay attention every game, we don't underestimate anybody"
"20.02.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk For your next adventure, choose beautifully unspoilt Costa Rica As a country that is still opening up to tourism, Costa Rica is beautifully unspoilt. With hot, dry weather in winter, and wildlife wherever you turn, it i Reasons to visit Costa Rica asap:
1) The sun shines in the winter
2) There is wildlife wherever you turn
3) Non-stop flights have launched from the UK (so go now before everyone else does)
"20.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Queen opens up Balmoral Castle golf course to public visitors The Queen has opened up her Balmoral estate to golfers, thanks to a squeeze on corporate clients brought on by the North Sea oil industry downturn. Groups Regular old punters can play golf at Balmoral - if they have £200 to spend on it.
"19.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk 'If I had that stroke in the middle of the night, my life would have been completely different' A young stroke survivor who says she was 'very lucky' to receive emergency treatment at her local hospital says health bosses need to come clean over plans “If people have got to travel further distances, it is very well saying they will be better units. But will it be an excuse to cut corners and not have more staff?"
"19.02.2017 22:05:01" inews.co.uk SS-GB premiere serves up murder and mystery in Nazi-controlled London SS-GB set up a compelling mystery in its opening episode
"19.02.2017 20:56:24" inews.co.uk Life's tough for a monarch - even if you only have 20 subjects By Kathy Marks Whether your subjects number in the millions or would struggle to fill a pub, the duties of a monarch can become insupportable in old age an In 1970, Leonard Casley had a dispute with the Australian government over wheat production quotas.
So he started his own country.
Now, finally, at the age of 91, Prince Leonard is abdicating.
"19.02.2017 20:24:00" inews.co.uk Eight specialist stroke units at risk of downgrade, sending patients further afield Eight specialist stroke units across the country are facing closure or being downgraded as part of a major overhaul of how the condition is treated. Campai Time is of the essence when it comes to stroke care.
"19.02.2017 19:49:13" inews.co.uk Kraft ditches Unilever bid as Government breathes sigh of relief over job cut worries Kraft Heinz dramatically gives up on its hostile bid for the UK-based rival Unilever, providing relief for government over potential job cuts Good news for British jobs: Kraft has pulled out of its bid to buy the manufacturer of everything from Marmite to Persil.
"19.02.2017 19:10:00" inews.co.uk Facebook must start giving us a range of views Amid the breathless coverage of President Trump's provocations by the “mainstream media” this past week, there was buried a profound commentary on our pote If you're seeing this post, the algorithm thinks you're likely to agree with it.
"19.02.2017 18:42:44" inews.co.uk Ian Birrell on Trump: Even populists must build bridges Donald Trump can be accused of many things, but certainly not lack of ambition. The 45th president of the United States has been in office only a month, is It takes more than slogans and showboating to run the most powerful nation in the world.
Trump must show his millions of supporters - who are starting to worry - that he can govern.
"19.02.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Female council leaders in the North set to get apology from men Organisers of a conference designed to promote Northern England are to issue an apology to women for their lack of representation at the event. The UK Nort Organisers of a conference designed to promote Northern England are to issue an apology to women for their lack of representation at the event.
The UK Northern Powerhouse International Conference, which starts in Manchester on Tuesday, has caused
"19.02.2017 18:00:08" inews.co.uk The 12-year-old 'Chicken Whisperer' with an affinity for hens The Chicken Whisperer – or Dominic Wright as he's known to mum and dad – has made the first step towards his ambition of being a chicken farmer. The 12-yea Schoolboy Dominic Wright, 12, has been nuturing hens for many years and has discovered a unique way of handling them which makes them relaxed.
Dominic, who has cerebral palsy, is now known as the local 'Chicken Whisperer' in County Durham
"19.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Shepard Smith: Trump's ridiculous statements avoid Russia issue Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has berated President Donald Trump for making "ridiculous" false statements, urging him to tell the American people about his Journalists are not “fools” for demanding answers to questions that the American people have the right to know about, said Mr Smith.
"19.02.2017 17:00:18" inews.co.uk Royal Train cost taxpayer £800,000 in 2016 - but Palace won't scrap it The Royal Train, which is used little more than a dozen times a year, appears likely to be kept in service. The locomotive – used exclusively by senior mem The Royal Train - which is used exclusively by senior members of the Monarchy little more than a dozen times a year - is to be kept in service, despite costing the taxpayer £800,000
"19.02.2017 16:27:07" inews.co.uk Sweden confused by Trump's claim something very bad happened there Weeks after spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway invoked the non-existent "Bowling Green massacre" as an example of domestic terrorism, Donald Trump told thousands Donald Trump told his supporters to look at "what's happening last night in Sweden" - implying there was some sort of incident or attack.
According to Swedes, however, there wasn't much going on - apart from the serious business of deciding a Eurovision
"19.02.2017 16:00:10" inews.co.uk 10 million GP appointments are lost every year to no shows Its estimated that over 10 million GP appointments are lost every year to people not turning up. NHS leaders in Essex have launched a campaign after they f The General Practitioners Committee deputy chair revealed the national average is estimated to actually be 5 percent or 10 million.
"19.02.2017 15:30:01" Timeline Photos Ukip shows off its Stoke by-election team, with a picture taken 50 miles away in Bolton
"19.02.2017 15:00:07" inews.co.uk Theresa May promises action to combat domestic violence Theresa May has announced plans for fresh legislation to combat the “life-shattering and absolutely abhorrent” crime of domestic violence. “Domestic violen The Prime Minister said she had decided to act because victims were often let down by a legal system which contains multiple offences scattered across the statute book.
"19.02.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Diane Abbott facing 'turbo-charged' racist and sexist abuse since missing crucial Brexit vote Diane Abbott has spoken of her distress over the torrent of racist and sexist abuse she has faced in recent weeks - and accused social media of “turbo-char Diane Abbott says she is being called a b**** and a n***** on a daily basis as well as receiving rape threats and messages saying she should be hanged after missing a crucial vote on Brexit, when she had to go home because she was suffering from a
"19.02.2017 14:00:03" inews.co.uk Boris Johnson: 'Rise up and turn off TV' when Tony Blair speaks Boris Johnson has urged British voters to "rise up and turn off the TV" the next time Tony Blair appears after the former Prime Minister urged a rejection Mr Blair launched his return to the public sphere Friday morning with a speech where he called for Britons to “rise up” and said Leave voters who are alarmed by the current course of Brexit have a “right to change their mind”.
"19.02.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Mobile phone device helping to reduce A&E admissions An app which allows patients to manage their own health problems may reduce admissions to A&E and take the work load off overworked GPs who can carry out consultations from home.
"19.02.2017 13:00:08" inews.co.uk Blue Planet is coming back. And David Attenborough will narrate it When it comes to making money for the BBC, David Attenborough has been almost as valuable to the national broadcaster as the licence fee itself. A spectacu Blue Planet is making a return. Happy Sunday
"19.02.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Ukip's Paul Nuttall 'made inaccurate claims he was charity board member' The Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has come under further pressure amid suggestions he made an inaccurate claim on his website that he was a board member at a ch Ukip leader Paul Nutall has come under fire again amid suggestions he made an inaccurate claim on his website that he was a board member of a charity.
The charity in question said that while Mr Nuttall had visited the charity, he had never served on the
"19.02.2017 12:00:03" inews.co.uk Spring weather is on its way near you A short burst of Spring-like weather is set to hit the UK early this week, as a blast of balmy air from the Americas will encourage temperatures to climb t Spring is coming. Get ready for double digit figures (for 2 days)
"19.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk The full list of the 24 A&E units marked for closure Dozens of accident and emergency units are facing closure or being downgraded in a far-reaching overhaul of urgent care which senior doctors warn would hav Find out if your local A&E is set to close.
Research based on 44 regional blueprints by our Investigation Unit reveals that managers are planning to cater for up to 30 per cent fewer A&E visits and plans have already been advanced to downgrade units.
"19.02.2017 11:00:04" inews.co.uk See how much you know in our fun general knowledge quiz Have you got what it takes to become a quiz master? Test yourself with the iQuiz Who did Keven Spacey portray in 'Beyond the Sea'?
Put your general knowledge to the test in our iQuiz:
"19.02.2017 10:20:01" inews.co.uk The cuts and changes planned for your local NHS As part of the Johnston Press investigation into the future of the health service, 44 regional blueprints drawn up by health service leaders to remodel the The future of the NHS is of course too important to be shrouded for long in the obfuscatory language of “affordability challenges” and “risk stratifications”.
An exclusive investigation by 'i' has revealed the extent of the cuts and drastic changes in
"19.02.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Pensioner, 87, has 'new lease of life' after being rescued from bath Superheroes don't always wear capes. In fact, as Sonia Congrave proved last year, sometimes they can be found sporting a pen behind their ear and juggling When emergency services arrived at Ms Mann's residence, it emerged she been trapped in her bath for four days, surviving by drinking water from the tap and topping up the hot water.
"19.02.2017 09:55:07" Lord Mandelson defends Blair's Brexit speech on Marr.
'We firmly believe that many people who voted in the referendum had no idea about the terms on which the Government would decide to leave the European Union'
"19.02.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk 60,000 year old life form found trapped in underground crystal Scientists in Mexico have discovered 60,000 year old microbes trapped in an underground crystal, in a cave gets as hot as 60°C. Nasa, who led the expedition to the Naica mine in Chihuahua, say the bugs may be a hint of what alien life could be like on Mars.
"19.02.2017 08:30:01" inews.co.uk Germany's foreign minister warns that Britain should not be treated too harshly over Brexit Germany's Foreign Minister has said that Britain should not be treated too harshly when negotiating Brexit. Sigmar Gabriel said that being harsh on Britain Sigmar Gabriel who is also vice-chancellor said at the conference: “We should resist the temptation to treat Britain overly harshly, not out of pity, but in our own interest.”
"19.02.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk If a robot takes your job, it should pay taxes says Bill Gates If a robot takes your job it should be paying taxes according to Microsoft founder Bill Gates. According to Bill Gates, robots should be paying taxes just like humans.
"19.02.2017 07:29:00" inews.co.uk Chief Executives of Britain's top banks to be awarded bonuses totalling £4 million The chief executives of Britain's top banks will be awarded bonuses totalling some £4 million next week. Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds Banking Group are set to The bonuses are in addition to salaries, pension contributions and other incentives.
"19.02.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn claims sick and elderly are dying because of health cuts The sick and elderly are dying because there is a state of emergency in social care, Jeremy Corbyn will claim on Saturday in an attack on government spendi Speaking at Labour's local government conference, Corbyn pointed to research which suggested that 30,000 “excess deaths” in England and Wales could be linked to underfunding in the National Health Service and social care.
"19.02.2017 05:00:08" inews.co.uk See how much you know in our fun general knowledge quiz Have you got what it takes to become a quiz master? Test yourself with the iQuiz Test your knowledge in this week's quiz.
"19.02.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk The Lego Batman Movie - reviewed by a Lego master-builder Jason Forthofer, co-host of The Brick Show and a real-life master-builder, shares his thoughts on The Lego Batman Movie Jason Forthofer, co-host of The Brick Show and a real-life master-builder, shares his thoughts on The Lego Batman Movie.
"19.02.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Research suggests link between yeast and asthma Researchers have identified a potential link between yeast and asthma after experiments suggested new born babies with yeast in their gut were more likely University of British Columbia microbiologists conducted a series of tests on new babies in Ecuador that they say appears to be a strong predictor that they will go on to suffer from asthma.
"19.02.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Zuckerberg's manifesto shows he's politically ambitious Everyone has one - that friend who thinks that a one-line status and funny picture is an inadequate response to Facebook's searching question, “What's on y Already he has promised to do a tour of all 50 American states, outed himself as religious and vowed to give away 99 per cent of his wealth to charity.
A billionaire businessman gunning for the White House, what could possibly go wrong?
"18.02.2017 23:59:00" inews.co.uk Arsene Wenger should decide his future - for the sake of Arsenal's Arsenal are about to step into a period of oscillation, after Arsene Wenger refused to reveal his plans for the end of the season. Arsenal are about to step into a period of oscillation, especially after Arsene Wenger announced that he “will manage next season whether it is here or somewhere else.”
"18.02.2017 23:15:00" inews.co.uk 'Attended by dedicated NHS workers, my wife miscarried' - your letters We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week. This is what you told us. On We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week. This is what you told us.
"18.02.2017 22:45:00" inews.co.uk New dads experience hormonal changes to help them care for their child It is not just mothers who undergo hormonal changes that boost feelings of empathy and motivate them to care for their children, a study has indicated. Res Fathers, as well as mothers, undergo hormonal changes that are likely to facilitate increased empathy and motivation to care for their children.
"18.02.2017 22:16:00" inews.co.uk Taboo episode 7 review: Torture and twists set up tantalising finale TV drama is rarely this compelling.
"18.02.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Dogs liable to be shot by farmers amid UK rise in sheep worrying This week marked the start of the lambing season, which for families out enjoying the countryside during the half-term break meant the chance to spot newbo For livestock farmers, this time of year can be extremely stressful, and not just because of their increased workload.
Heavily-pregnant ewes are particularly sensitive to disruption and often that comes in the form of pet dogs let off their leads by
"18.02.2017 20:07:00" inews.co.uk How independents are keeping the real Leeds music scene alive The gig venues, record labels and promotion companies championing Leeds bands are the glue holding everything together. "Leeds has always had praise heaped on its guitar music, but right now there's a really exciting scene coming up of producers, multi-instrumentalists and MCs."
"18.02.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk The four people who could be Labour's next leader An Ipsos Mori poll has suggested that half of Labour supporters are dissatisfied with Jeremy Corbyn's leadership. Meanwhile, poor results in the Copeland a Would the party's Soft Left reassert itself, or would a more natural inheritor of the Corbyn Project be given the chance to succeed where he had not?
"18.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Chief Executives of Britain's top banks to be awarded bonuses totalling £4 million The chief executives of Britain's top banks will be awarded bonuses totalling some £4 million next week. Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds Banking Group are set to Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds Banking Group are set to announce the bonuses alongside their full-year results this week.
"18.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk If a robot takes your job, it should pay taxes says Bill Gates If a robot takes your job it should be paying taxes according to Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The founder of Microsoft said machines should be taxed at a “similar rate” to humans, with the money used to help the elderly and education.
"18.02.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Britain's dirty air problem could be a sign of things to come On Wednesday, Britain was told that it could face action at the European Court of Justice if it fails to comply with clean air rules on nitrogen dioxide (N Although Britain is at least two years away from exiting the EU, campaigners are increasingly raising concerns about the fate of environmental laws and standards, with some fretting about a “bonfire of regulations” on issues like climate change and
"18.02.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Introducing the Genetically-modified surrogate hen Scientists are developing genetically-modified surrogate hens that will be able to lay eggs from different poultry breeds to help conserve endangered birds Scientists are developing genetically-modified surrogate hens that will be able to lay eggs from different poultry breeds to help conserve endangered birds.
"18.02.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Isis revenue has halved in three years Isis terrorists have seen their revenue halved in the last two years after losing territory in coalition airstrikes targeting its oilfields. New research e New research estimates the group's revenue is down by more than 50 per cent, from up to $1.9bn in 2014 to a maximum of $870m in 2016.
"18.02.2017 15:05:19" inews.co.uk 10 million GP appointments are lost every year to no shows Its estimated that over 10 million GP appointments are lost every year to people not turning up. NHS leaders in Essex have launched a campaign after they f At the same time, people are also having to wait fou weeks to get an appointment
"18.02.2017 14:33:00" inews.co.uk Hospital porter sacked over £4 breakfast gets his job back He allegedly stole a £4 breakfast
"18.02.2017 14:00:02" inews.co.uk Working in A&E, I've seen how PFIs have held back hospitals A clinical fellow describes the 'ludicrous' state of the NHS.
"18.02.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk How a slap on Franz Beckenbauer shaped the fortunes of 1860 - Munich's 'other team' Football is full of what-might-have-been stories. But perhaps none so fateful as the time 'Der Kaiser' turned his back on 1860 Munich A slap on Franz Beckenbauer 59 years ago changed the course of history for this German football club.
"18.02.2017 13:01:08" inews.co.uk 60,000 year old life form found trapped in underground crystal Scientists in Mexico have discovered 60,000 year old microbes trapped in an underground crystal, in a cave gets as hot as 60°C. This is amazing. They were totally cut off from oxygen and light for 60,000 years.
"18.02.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Jodie Whittaker: Meeting women who support survivors of sexual assault was a humbling experience Ten minutes into my interview with Broadchurch actress Jodie Whittaker, I realise just how difficult it is to question someone about a show shrouded in sec "You realise as an actor that this is something to be taken seriously. You can't just rock up and say your lines. You have to know what you're talking about, because you are representing what someone does every day.”
"18.02.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk We need to treat patients as a whole, not a collection of problems "Doctors are great for medicine, but they are not the be all and end all for complete care. You need a whole team of professionals available and on the team to receive the very best care."
"18.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 new bars and restaurants to try in Edinburgh this spring By the time spring has sprung this year, Edinburgh's exciting restaurant and bar scene will have expanded even more. Try something new this weekend.
"18.02.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Sex education for grown-ups: Everything you missed at school Cast your mind back to sex education at school....perhaps there was an awkward condom-on-a-banana demonstration, or a confusing anatomical diagram. Maybe t Classes include BDSM for Beginners and Pleasure Positivity. So no, not quite what it was like at school.
"18.02.2017 10:30:25" inews.co.uk NHS doctor uncovers grisly trade in African children 'born too white' For Oscar Duke, the visual impairment he suffers as a result of being born with albinism is an occupational hazard as the NHS doctor performs his medical d In East Africa, albino children are often the victims of mutilation and in some cases, murder.
In Tanzania, at least 75 children and adults with albinism have been killed since 2000. More than 62 others have escaped with severe injuries following
"18.02.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Revealed: NHS failing to recruit replacement GPs as 40% set to retire The NHS is facing a cliff edge over its staffing crisis because not enough doctors and nurses are being recruited to replace the large number who are due f An 'i' investigation into blueprints for the NHS around the country reveals scant planning as almost 40 per cent of GPs approach retirement.
The problem may be made worse by the Government's plans to reorganise the NHS, with some areas seeking to reduce
"17.02.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Burgers are never going out of fashion at Manchester's Almost Famost Beau Myers has no time for the notion that filthy burgers are just a passing trend. "I've been making burgers my whole life. I knew they were so much better than what I was eating in other places. I just couldn't hold it in any longer."
"17.02.2017 22:00:03" inews.co.uk The Lego Batman Movie - reviewed by a Lego master-builder Insights from a hardcore AFOL (or Adult Fan of LEGO). "How many movies can you watch, and then go and build the exact reproduction of the vehicle?"
"17.02.2017 21:30:01" inews.co.uk Zuckerberg's manifesto shows he's politically ambitious Everyone has one - that friend who thinks that a one-line status and funny picture is an inadequate response to Facebook's searching question, “What's on y In the future, writes Zuckerberg, Facebook will help the world to stay safe, whether by using algorithms to spot terrorist activity, or Artificial Intelligence to prevent suicides. AI will also be used to help users set their own controls on things like
"17.02.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Jodie Whittaker: Broadchurch's depiction of sexual assault is 'an important story to tell' Ten minutes into my interview with Broadchurch actress Jodie Whittaker, I realise just how difficult it is to question someone about a show shrouded in sec Broadchurch returns later this month.
For series 3, the drama will focus on rape. Actress Jodie Whittaker's character Beth is set to embark on a career as an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor.
"17.02.2017 20:30:01" inews.co.uk Hospital porter sacked over £4 breakfast gets his job back Breakfast of champions? A hospital porter has expressed his “delight” at getting his job back after being sacked last week without notice for allegedly ste A hospital porter has expressed his “delight” at getting his job back after being sacked last week without notice for allegedly stealing company property – a £4.00 breakfast
"17.02.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk Why parents shop at certain supermarkets Waitrose and Iceland have been voted Britain's favourite supermarkets, ranking highly in customer satisfaction for well-designed stores and friendly staff. Brand loyalty is a beautiful thing.
"17.02.2017 19:10:27" Timeline Photos Join i at The V&A - an exclusive tour to mark #LGBTHistoryMonth. Prize draw for free tickets here http://www.pages02.net/johnstonpublishingltd/inews_enter/ #LGBTHM17
"17.02.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk New monthly event teaches everything you missed in sex ed Cast your mind back to sex education at school....perhaps there was an awkward condom-on-a-banana demonstration, or a confusing anatomical diagram. Maybe t If school sex ed was too dull - or even non-existent - here's a chance to catch up.
This time, the fun stuff is included.
"17.02.2017 18:23:14" inews.co.uk Simple explainer of the links between Donald Trump and Russia Often when talking about Donald Trump, the words "Russia" or "Vladimir Putin" are not far behind. But what exactly is the relationship between the new admi A little confused about why everyone's been talking about Trump and Russia so much? Here are the facts.
"17.02.2017 17:37:52" Timeline Photos De-extinction brings Blair back to life. Tonight's i cartoon
"17.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Arsene Wenger should decide his future - for the sake of Arsenal's Arsenal are about to step into a period of oscillation, after Arsene Wenger refused to reveal his plans for the end of the season. Why Arsenal should have some concerns over what comes next
"17.02.2017 17:12:28" inews.co.uk Mark Clattenburg's Arabian flight shows how football undervalues refs There will be some old football heads shaking their disapproval at the very idea that a referee should be the subject of a press conference at all, never m A referee leaving the Premier League for more money overseas?
It might seem like the world's gone crazy, but why not? The fans in Saudi Arabia might be more respectful.
"17.02.2017 16:00:05" I'm here with Barbara Scholl, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, which is having its annual conference in Boston this week.
"17.02.2017 15:29:25" inews.co.uk The last molecatcher in Britain needs your help In a field cloaked in mist high up in the Pennines, Albert Morton is ignoring the biting east wind and inspecting two molehills near a drystone wall. To an 'You need to think like a mole'
"17.02.2017 13:38:52" inews.co.uk Tony Blair lists the reasons that Brexit will mean pain Tony Blair has insisted that the Brexit result can be reversed once the public faces up to "all the pain" that the country will suffer as a result of leavi We fact-check Tony Blair's claims as he comes out against "Brexit at any cost".
"17.02.2017 13:02:07" inews.co.uk Donald Trump's press conference full transcript – with context Donald Trump gave a 75 minute press conference on Thursday night - his first solo press conference so far. It was ostensibly to announce his new labour sec Trump says the media lies. He says now it's not just fake news, it's VERY fake news. Here's everything he said in that press conference. Nothing obscured, nothing removed.
"17.02.2017 12:26:13" inews.co.uk Pensioner, 87, has 'new lease of life' after being rescued from bath Superheroes don't always wear capes. In fact, as Sonia Congrave proved last year, sometimes they can be found sporting a pen behind their ear and juggling Waitress Sonia Congrave had been working at a popular restaurant in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, for 18 years, and, for over a decade had been serving pensioner Doreen Mann, who popped in for her lunch several times a week.
Then, in October, with no
"17.02.2017 11:41:47" We are live with Iskra Lawrence, model and body positivity campaigner, to talk about self-care and why it should be taught in schools.
"17.02.2017 11:20:31" inews.co.uk Shepard Smith: Trump's ridiculous statements avoid Russia issue Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has berated President Donald Trump for making "ridiculous" false statements, urging him to tell the American people about his “It's crazy what we're watching every day. It's absolutely crazy. He keeps repeating ridiculous throw-away lines that are not true at all and sort of avoiding this issue of Russia as if we're some kind of fools for asking the question,” he said on air.
"17.02.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk To understand Sean Spicer, try watching Malcolm Tucker At his inauguration ball, Donald Trump's first dance as President of the United States was to Frank Sinatra's "I did it my way". Sean Spicer Age: 45 Role: Spicer's style is so eccentric that his press briefings, far from explaining an issue, have become the issue. In his bid to tell the President's story, he becomes the headline himself.
"17.02.2017 08:33:00" inews.co.uk Dogs liable to be shot by farmers amid UK rise in sheep worrying Police in Scotland warned this week a dog could be legally shot by farmers just in presence of sheep WARNING: Some pictures in this article are extremely distressing.
However it is the start of lambing season and farmers are very worried amid a rise in sheep worrying - police are warning owners that a dog can be shot legally just in presence of sheep.
"17.02.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk Tony Blair calls for campaign against 'Brexit at any cost' Tony Blair will call on Friday for a nationwide campaign by European Union supporters against a “Brexit at any cost”, claiming that Theresa May's agenda is Look who's back...
"17.02.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Review into hospital that subjected elderly to 'institutional abuse' Investigators who exposed “institutional abuse” at a North Wales hospital want to talk to elderly people with mental health issues, and their families, abo Investigators want to talk to elderly people with mental health issues, and their families, about their experiences.
"17.02.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Donald Trump denies 'fake' Russia claims - then admits leak 'real' Donald Trump launched into another extraordinary attack on the media during a lengthy - and at times - incoherent press conference for publishing what he c The leaks are real, but the reports of the leaks are fake, according to the President.
"17.02.2017 06:00:03" inews.co.uk Scottish patients are waiting in queues just to register with a GP GPs are the bedrock of healthcare in Scotland. Ninety per cent of patients' contact with the NHS is through a GP and, as a result, your GPs direct the spen The situation is changing and patients in Scotland should be made very aware of it.
"17.02.2017 05:00:02" inews.co.uk Ryan Adams on his new record 'Prisoner' – and covering Taylor Swift To Ryan Adams, being a professional pop artist is like selling spaghetti and meatballs. It's a laboured analogy, but it explains his songwriting philosoph “I make music. I've made it since I was a plumber. I've made it since I didn't even have a job as a plumber. It's just what I have to do.”
- Ryan Adams
"17.02.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat-trick leaves French fried Zlatan Ibrahimovic reminded the French of his potency with a hat-trick and left Manchester United with one foot in the last 16 of the Europa League. As a p Zlatan has plenty of experience scoring against St Etienne from his PSG days - last night's hat trick brings his career total to 17.
"17.02.2017 01:30:01" inews.co.uk Glasgow is getting a new public square A £1bn redevelopment in the heart of the popular West End of Glasgow, which will result in the construction of a new public square and the creation of up t “This will be one of the biggest educational infrastructure projects in Scotland's history”
"17.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk I quite like the idea of video healthcare for my diabetes Clare Gosling, 35, is a Zumba instructor and lives on Hayling Island, off the south coast of England. She was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2009. When Personally I quite like the idea of video interaction. I'm not too far from my local hospital where my diabetes centre is but I know others do have mobility issues, it may be better for them.
"16.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Melania Trump's 'misery' is selling celebrity magazines Melania Trump is probably regretting her decision to sit down with tabloid magazine US Weekly to discuss her marriage to the then candidate for President, Melania Trump is probably regretting her decision to sit down with tabloid magazine Us Weekly to discuss her marriage to the then candidate for President, Donald Trump, last year.
"16.02.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Billions is a financial thriller worth investing in Ego-driven drama, fantastic acting, and an unconventional class narrative make season two a must-see. TV's best kept secret is back next week.
"16.02.2017 21:30:51" inews.co.uk Pressure on smokers and obese could steer patients into private healthcare In what some campaigners have called a steer to force people into private healthcare, much of the STPs promise to deliver savings by putting the onus on pa Ian Willmore, policy adviser for Action on Smoking and Health, (ASH), said refusing to treat smokers on principle because of their lifestyle would “make no sense at all and would be contrary to the values of the NHS.”
"16.02.2017 21:10:00" inews.co.uk Moonlight is a film that challenges and confronts black stereotypes This coming-of-age drama has emerged as the only real challenger to La La Land this awards season. "This is a beautifully made, strikingly acted drama that has something vital to say about black sexual identity in present-day America."
"16.02.2017 20:43:16" inews.co.uk 'Telehealth' will make me a prisoner in my own home Pinning hopes on telehealth as the silver bullet for social care savings could leave disabled people a “prisoner in their own home,” says a disabled rights “I'm a firm believer that telecare cannot get you out of bed in the morning.
“It can't help you with key things around your life, around your needs, if you need help accessing the toilet.
“The danger is that a disabled person, even with these
"16.02.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Sir Philip Green has a nasty shock coming his way - The i newspaper online iNews Sir Philip Green's Arcadia company could face growing scrutiny from finance regulators. Sir Philip Green hates the level of reporting and transparency that was required for public companies. It's ironic then that large private companies- such as his Arcadia group- might face increased scrutiny because of his behaviour.
"16.02.2017 19:25:00" inews.co.uk The doctor won't see you now: plan to save the NHS by reducing face-to-face care Plans to shake up health services and save the NHS millions hinge on patients either not getting ill in the first place or looking after themselves with an Day 4 of our NHS investigation:
How apps, video chats, texts, phone calls and doctors working from home all feature in the future of our health service, according to the trusts' plans.
"16.02.2017 19:00:05" inews.co.uk Labyrinth and more: film-makers reveal their guilty pleasure movies We asked several film directors to reveal the silly, strange or slightly lowbrow guilty pleasure movies they love. "I watch a Disney cartoon, chomp on popcorn like a maniac, and I feel pure joy."
"16.02.2017 18:15:00" inews.co.uk I hope Prue Leith understands what she's let herself in for We don't, as a nation, enjoy change. Whether it's a new actress replacing Susan Tully as Michelle Fowler on EastEnders (weird), Claudia Winkleman replacing Prue Leith won't be taken down easily. She founded her cookery school in 1975, ran a Michelin-starred restaurant, presented The Great British Menu for 11 years, and “doesn't pay any attention to negativity,”
"16.02.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Ukip's Paul Nuttall pulls out of Stoke by-election hustings amid Hillsborough row Paul Nuttall has pulled out of a hustings meeting ahead of the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election as he faces calls to resign as an MEP over inaccurate cla Paul Nuttall has pulled out of a hustings meeting ahead of the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election as he faces calls to resign as an MEP
"16.02.2017 16:45:01" inews.co.uk Every major TV show of 2017 - and when you can watch them To help you plan your TV viewing, we've put together a list of the most anticipated shows of 2017, on the BBC, ITV, Sky, Netflix and more. Whip out your diaries and put in all these premier dates. These will be required watching.
"16.02.2017 16:08:11" inews.co.uk The UK's favourite supermarkets Waitrose has been voted the best in-store supermarket while Iceland has topped the list of best online supermarkets, with customers noting the friendliness Best supermarket in-store:
Waitrose – 74%
Marks & Spencer – 73%
Aldi – 72%
Lidl – 72%
"16.02.2017 15:15:00" inews.co.uk The full list of the 11 maternity wards facing closure Eleven maternity and neonatal units across England face closure or consolidation under plans to transform obstetrics care in the NHS, the i can reveal in a These are the 11 maternity units facing closure or consolidation
"16.02.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk My life as a citizen of nowhere Born in Brazil and raised in Britain, Luiza Sauma spent much of youth feeling 'like a ghost'. Through literature, and writing, she found a way to become a If you want to read something beautiful and honest today, make sure you read this
"16.02.2017 13:45:01" Timeline Photos A mystery sculpture mimicking Banksy was left at the Scott Monument in Edinburgh on Valentine's Day. The statue features a girl reaching for a bright red floating mine like it's a balloon.
The council have allowed the sculpture to stay put for now. "It
"16.02.2017 13:00:00" One of our readers got an unexpected birthday mention in the i this week.
"16.02.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk Bishop accidentally votes in favour of same-sex marriage The Bishop of Coventry has said that he is embarrassed after dismissing a report the House of Bishops drew up on same-sex marriage, which meant that he ina The Bishop of Coventry has said he is embarrassed after inadvertently voting in favour of allowing same-sex couples to marry in the Church of England
"16.02.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk What we can learn from EastEnders' Dot June Brown who plays Dot Branning - or Dot Cotton, depending on how best you know her - in EastEnders has been a fixture of Albert Square since 1985, the y Happy birthday June Brown!
The one and only Dot Cotton told Kirsty Young on Desert Island Discs that EastEnders was her reason to get up in the morning. “I think that's why a lot of people are very lonely and get ill when they're older, because I think
"16.02.2017 10:45:00" inews.co.uk Google's AI has learned to be aggressive, and will probably kill us Fears of a robot uprising may be better-founded than originally thought, after Google revealed its artificial intelligence system had learned to become “hi Fears of a robot uprising may be better-founded than originally thought, after Google revealed its artificial intelligence system had learned to become “highly aggressive”
"16.02.2017 10:01:01" inews.co.uk David Tennant on the return of Broadchurch Broadchurch is back. Viewers will again be immersed in the fictional seaside community on Dorset's Jurassic Coast that was torn asunder by the murder of yo “I was always aware with series two that the premise was a deliberate hand-brake turn and it would be very challenging for the audience. But what I didn't want to do is repeat that story again, so we deliberately took a risk. We wanted to tell a story
"16.02.2017 09:17:38" inews.co.uk Excited about the 'relaunch' of the Nokia 3310? Do shut up Everyone remembers the Nokia 3310. You probably owned a Nokia 3310. A straw poll of all of your Facebook friends will result in a minimum of 50 per cent wh A new 3310 won't allow us to do anything our iPhones and Galaxies can't.
And before you mention Snake, there's an app for that.
"16.02.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Heritage chiefs say Neville and Giggs' towers would damage Manchester's 'historic heart' The public body that champions and protects England's historic environment has issued a strongly-worded objection to plans by former Manchester United foot The public body that champions and protects England's historic environment has issued a strongly-worded objection to plans by former Manchester United footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs to build two bronze skyscrapers in the city.
"16.02.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk 'We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years' - your letters We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week. This is what you told us. You "Black hole in NHS funding = £22bn.
Cost of renewing Trident = £205bn.
Shall we have a referendum?"
Your letters on our NHS investigation so far.
"16.02.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk The companies that want their staff to take naps at work Power napping has been proven to reduce stress and increase alertness and productivity, with one study showing that it can be more effective than caffeine.
"16.02.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk What to pack in your gym bag (without the weightlifting challenge) “Off somewhere nice for the weekend?” It's a common greeting in the office as I lumber in to work, lugging a substantial duffel bag. I rarely am, but for s So how come some gym bunnies bounce in and out of the changing rooms with a micro-backpack while I'm still battling to stuff my might-as-well-be-a-suitcase into a locker?
"16.02.2017 06:00:42" inews.co.uk The Real Marigold Hotel lacks the same magic as series one After a successful first run, The Real Marigold Hotel is back for another slice of retired life in India. Inspired by the film The Best Exotic Marigold Hot Once you've seen one group of celebrity pensioners grapple with daily life in India, you've seen them all.
"16.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk i investigations 'must serve as a wake-up call to Theresa May' Former Health Minister Norman Lamb has praised i's investigations into the NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs). The Lib Dem MP said: "It is “The i's investigations this week have laid bare the crisis in the NHS. This must serve as a wake-up call to this government that it must plug the financial black hole facing the NHS.”
"16.02.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Mass tree-planting plans 'could ruin Scottish landscape' The SNP's plans to increase the amount of woodland in Scotland in an attempt to fight climate change risks damaging the nation's "dramatic open view “We have lost so much open moorland since the 1940s and a narrow view now may fail what we have left”
"16.02.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk The Government needs to act now to speed up cancer treatment, says charity boss Finding out that you have cancer can be one of the most devastating moments in your life. If it has happened to you, or someone close to you, it can feel l More money is welcome - as long as it has an impact on the frontline and doesn't just go towards plugging gaps, says Macmillan's Dr Fran Woodard
"16.02.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk The Founder: America's complex relationship with capitalism laid bare You admire his smooth-talking chutzpah as he seizes his chance - only for the greed and power to take over. It's becoming a cliché to see Trump in everything these days.
Having said that...
"16.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk A simple explainer of the reports on the assassination of Kim Jong-nam Kim Jong-nam, the older, estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has died in an apparent assassination. The common theory - although spe State-sponsored murder isn't the only possible explanation of the murder of Kim Jong-un's half-brother - Kim Jong-nam had a "“complicated love life”
"15.02.2017 23:30:01" inews.co.uk How racism is a powerful but risky theme in horror films Few horror films enjoy as much critical attention as Jordan Peele's Get Out. But this is not your typical horror film. "We go to the theatre to be entertained. But if what is left after you watch the movie is a sort of eye-opening perspective on some social issues, then it can be a really powerful piece of art."
"15.02.2017 22:55:18" inews.co.uk Oliver Duff: NHS maternity reforms will be controversial if they reduce choice for new mums Can many jobs in the NHS be as magical as bringing a new life into the world? Today we continue with another chapter in our major investigation into radica For some, midwive-led units are less stressful. For others, the opposite is true.
That's the point, though. These reforms will be controversial if they reduce choice for mums through cuts or mergers, as our investigation suggests.
"15.02.2017 22:45:00" inews.co.uk Roots episode 2 review: brutal tale continues to be a triumph The relationship between Kizzy and her father produced the silver lining to a pitch black episode.
"15.02.2017 22:22:26" inews.co.uk Maternity services face a staffing timebomb Staffing levels are the real area of concern when it comes to maternity. In England alone, there is an estimated shortage of 3,500 midwives. There are trai A third of midwives in England and Wales are in their fifties or sixties.
"15.02.2017 22:00:03" inews.co.uk The People Vs OJ Simpson on Netflix: why it's a must-see Acclaimed, award-winning show is a riveting crime thriller with contemporary relevance. One of the best TV dramas of last year is now on Netflix UK.
"15.02.2017 21:31:21" inews.co.uk 'I almost bled to death giving birth. Maternity wards are vital' A mother who almost bled to death after giving birth to her daughter today revealed how glad she is that she was in a hospital where medics managed to save Rebecca McDermott almost bled to death giving birth to her daughter.
“If I had been at home or in a midwife only unit and needed to travel to have surgery, I would not be here to tell the tale.”
"15.02.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Electric Dreams could be Amazon Prime's answer to Black Mirror Cranston will executive produce, and star in at least one episode. Bryan Cranson's new project is a sci-fi series based on the work of Philip K Dick.
"15.02.2017 20:26:05" inews.co.uk Revealed: the NHS plan to close 11 maternity units Eleven maternity and neonatal units across England face closure or consolidation under plans to transform obstetrics care in the NHS. i's investigation int Maternity services are marked to shut or move substantial distances in Lancashire and South Cumbria, West Yorkshire and Harrogate, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, Birmingham and Solihull, Milton Keynes, Dorset,
"15.02.2017 20:01:54" inews.co.uk NHS a bigger concern for the public than Brexit, poll finds The NHS is now seen as a bigger concern for the public than Brexit, according to a new poll. Almost half (49 per cent) of Britons consider the state of the Brexit has dominated the headlines. But that's not what British people care about most.
"15.02.2017 19:30:01" Timeline Photos This is what a football commentator's 'cheat sheet' looks like.
Here's our interview with its creator Derek Rae: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/sport/football/football-indepth/secrets-football-commentator-derek-rae/
"15.02.2017 19:00:02" Nine kids, 1,000 sheep and one husband Nine kids, 1,000 sheep and one husband. Woah. Here is shepherdess, Amanda Black, at work in the Yorkshire Dales.
"15.02.2017 18:22:00" inews.co.uk Reader's delight after she is included in i's birthday section Regular i reader Karen Chitty awoke to a surprise on her 60th birthday on Valentine's Day after her husband and the team at i conspired to give her unique One reader discovered her name and photograph amid the celebrities in the birthdays section after her husband conspired with our production team to make it a 60th birthday to remember.
"15.02.2017 17:45:44" inews.co.uk Theresa May accused of dodging questions on the NHS in Copeland The Government is to consider a review of recruitment and retention of doctors in west Cumbria amid proposals that could see the downgrading of maternity a As our NHS investigation continues, Theresa May is refusing to be pinned down on the health service in a constituency with an important by-election coming up.
"15.02.2017 17:07:49" inews.co.uk To understand Sean Spicer, try watching Malcolm Tucker At his inauguration ball, Donald Trump's first dance as President of the United States was to Frank Sinatra's "I did it my way". Sean Spicer Age: 45 Role: He's fond of props, "alternative facts" and swallowing chewing gum.
And he's the one who has to explain what's going on in the Trump White House to the world.
"15.02.2017 16:42:19" inews.co.uk This judge had no right to prevent a woman leaving her marriage What right does a judge have to tell someone to shut up, put up and stay in a marriage that's miserable and unfulfilling? That's exactly the question that' No one can accuse Mr and Mrs Owens of not giving it enough time: Mrs Thatcher was Prime Minister when they tied the knot.
Surely, if one of the parties is petitioning for divorce, then isn't that a self-determining judgement that the marriage has
"15.02.2017 15:59:16" The Scotsman Brian Hills of The Data Lab joins The Scotsman digital editor Stephen Emerson to discuss big data and how it is being used in Scotland. Brian Hills of The Data Lab and Scotsman digital editor Stephen Emerson discuss Big Data and what Scottish companies are making early gains.
"15.02.2017 15:00:10" inews.co.uk Tara Palmer-Tomkinson did not have a brain tumour Tara Palmer-Tomkinson did not have a brain tumour according to her sister, conflicting with what the late socialite had told the media. The 45-year-old die Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's sister says the late socialite died of a perforated ulcer, not a brain tumour. Nor, according to Santa Montefiore, was she Prince Charles' god-daughter.
"15.02.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Community fridge for leftover food opens in Brixton to reduce waste A community fridge that aims to reduce food waste has launched in Brixton, south London. The crowdfunded "People's Fridge" is stocked with leftover produce The crowdfunded “People's Fridge” is stocked with leftover produce from food stalls and restaurants that would otherwise be thrown away, which can be taken away by people who need it for free.
"15.02.2017 13:39:05" inews.co.uk Why Inside No. 9 is a cure for box set fatigue - Steve Pemberton As Inside No. 9 returns for a new series, creators Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton explain why the show doesn't need to be binge-watched “If you are stuck watching episode 62 of Westworld wondering what the hell's going on, you can just come to Inside No. 9 and within half an hour you've had a fully formed story."
Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith talk the next season of their
"15.02.2017 11:38:26" Timeline Photos Laura Kenny (nee Trott) announced that she was expecting her first child with husband and fellow Olympian Jason Kenny. The four-time Olympic gold medallist posted a photo of two adult bikes and a child's bike on Instagram to announce the new arrival in
"15.02.2017 10:28:42" inews.co.uk SNP's British Transport Police merger questioned after arrest stats The SNP's plans to merge the British Transport Police (BTP) with Scotland's single force have been called into question after figures showed the scale of t The SNP want Police Scotland to take on the British Transport Police's duties. But new figures show that BTP officers make thousands of arrests every year, which would be "unmanageable" if the forces were merged.
"15.02.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk New documentary follows the Mr Gay Syria pageant in Turkey Why go to Europe as just another refugee when you could go as Mr Gay Syria? That was the thinking of one group in Turkey, who are the subject of the new do Why go to Europe as a refugee when you could go as Mr Gay Syria?
That was the thinking of one group in Turkey, who are the subject of the new documentary 'Mr Gay Syria', which follows a group of Syrian refugees competing to be their country's
"15.02.2017 08:45:01" inews.co.uk I became a nurse to save lives. Now I have cancer and my A&E's shut I was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2016. I had a bilateral (double) mastectomy in August. When I was sitting in the hospital recovering and feeling extremely ropey after surgery somebody sent me a link to an article saying the A&E department at
"15.02.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Philip Pullman revisits His Dark Materials with new 'equel' trilogy Philip Pullman will revisit the world of his best-selling His Dark Materials novels with a new trilogy which the author described as an “equel” rather than His Dark Materials fans, rejoice. Philip Pullman is returning to the series with The Book of Dust trilogy, the story of a "despotic and totalitarian organisation, which wants to stifle speculation and enquiry."
"15.02.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk How £18m of taxpayers' money was spent on private consultants planning NHS cuts NHS investigation: Data obtained using Freedom of Information rules shows that at least £18m has been spent on hiring companies to advise on restructuring the health service in England.
"15.02.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk 'In A&E I don't have the capacity to be caring… It's soul-destroying' 'People don't get their observations done on time, their urgent medications started. Groundbreaking and life-saving initiatives, such as starting antibiotics within an hour for sepsis, just fall by the wayside as drug charts are misplaced and notes moved
"15.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Luisa Omielan's Beyoncé-themed show is a hilarious, bittersweet watch Luisa Omielan has been making waves in the comedy world ever since performing her debut Fringe show 'What Would Beyonce Do?!' Luisa Omielan's hit show is now on the iPlayer
"15.02.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk OKCupid removes 'discriminatory' question about people with low IQs OKCupid has removed a “discriminatory” question which invited users of the dating site to state whether they believed people with low IQs should be barred from having children, nearly a year after campaigners first urged the company to take it down.
"15.02.2017 01:00:06" inews.co.uk Leicester City fans' view: should Claudio Ranieri stay or go? As the team struggle, we asked some Leicester City fans on Twitter if Claudio Ranieri still has their backing. Fans of Leicester City Football Club are thinking the unthinkable
"15.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk SS-GB: the murky detective mystery set in a Nazi-controlled London The five-episode mini-series based on Len Deighton's SS-GB novel begins this Sunday on BBC1. Here's a spoiler-free preview. The new must-watch Sunday night drama?
"14.02.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk What I learnt as a lesbian in a country with anti-gay laws February is LGBT history month in the UK. It is also the month where shops are stuffed with hearts and confetti, with couples pushed to buy expensive Valentine's Day gifts for their partners.
The i spoke to women from three countries about their
"14.02.2017 23:00:01" inews.co.uk How hating Valentine's Day became big business As sales of traditional Valentines cards and cuddly toys decline and the reign of the perceived “normal” couple falters, the cult of snubbing Valentines Day, the 24 hours of love, has gone mainstream. Consumers are lapping up alternative advertising a
"14.02.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk The Moorside episode two review: a superbly-told, harrowing conclusion Rather than point the finger, this episode went to the heart of Karen Matthews' decision to stage a kidnapping.
And the impact it had on her community.
"14.02.2017 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Don't pile pressure on the over-80s to have sex 'While I can understand that the promise of a unending life of how's-your-father might be welcomed by most, if not all, healthy people over a certain age, there is also the question of whether this means another pressure to be faced. Our youth and middle
"14.02.2017 21:15:01" inews.co.uk How I came to terms with the horrors of my boarding school abuse Mark Stibbe, aformer vicar who lives in North Yorkshire, is among those to claim to have been abused by youth worker John Smyth, who ran Christian holiday "When I was 17, this substitute father figure revealed a far darker side. Somehow he persuaded me, as he did at least 20 other boys at my school, that if I was to be truly holy, then I needed to have the sin beaten out of me – especially the “sin” of
"14.02.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk Find out if your A&E unit is among 24 named for closure or downgrading NHS investigation: 24 casualty units from Durham to Somerset have been marked for potential closure despite record demand for A&Es and serious overcrowding across the country as the NHS goes through its most severe winter crisis since records began.
"14.02.2017 20:02:34" inews.co.uk NHS crisis revealed: 24 A&E units face closure or downgrading Dozens of accident and emergency units are facing closure or being downgraded in a far-reaching overhaul of urgent care which senior doctors warn would have “disastrous” consequences for the NHS.
"14.02.2017 19:00:00" She became an NHS nurse to save lives. Now she has cancer and her A&E is closing.
"14.02.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk What will happen to hospitals in your area if NHS crisis continues Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) will give the NHS its biggest shake up in a generation. Covering efficiency savings and new ways of deliveri See how badly your local area ranks for NHS deficits if no cuts are made to fill the £22bn hole funding gap
"14.02.2017 17:30:02" Timeline Photos The icy journalist hearts of the i were melted this week by a beautiful request that we had to share.
If you picked up our inaugural NHS investigation paper today, and looked in the birthday section on page 2, you may have been unfamiliar with the woman
"14.02.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk I've rescued 800 sheep from imminent death Trekking across the Lake District fells, lowering yourself down a cliff and making a grab for a frightened sheep might sound like the kind of morally dubio “I'm used to handling sheep – I caught one in mid-air once.”
"14.02.2017 16:00:01" inews.co.uk 10 Netflix hidden gems we discovered using secret codes From arthouse thrillers to outlandish documentaries, here are 10 of the best - available on Netflix UK right now. We, for one, will be watching 'Cockneys vs Zombies' tonight
"14.02.2017 15:15:02" inews.co.uk Older people may be having more sex than you think, study suggests - The i newspaper online iNews Far from being over the hill sexually, octogenarians may be having far more satisfying sex than younger generations appreciate, new research suggest Octogenarians may be having far more satisfying sex than younger generations appreciate
"14.02.2017 14:30:01" inews.co.uk Bridget Christie: 'I hate what this country looks like now' Bridget Christie faced a tough crowd the night before we meet. She was, she admits, in a bad mood prior to going on stage. “I shouldn't have checked the ne “I hate it here – I hate our representatives, I hate what we look like at the moment. We look like an absolute bunch of lunatics, not one thing or the other, and I don't want to be part of it.”
"14.02.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk The government's email about Donald Trump's state visit - in full Donald Trump should be extended the "full courtesy" of a state visit, the Government has said, in response to a petition hoping to deny him the privilege. Donald Trump should be extended the “full courtesy” of a state visit, the Government has said, in response to a petition hoping to deny him the privilege.
"14.02.2017 13:00:16" inews.co.uk Christiane Amanpour wants more storytelling and fewer viral videos Christiane Amanpour took on the topics of Donald Trump, the media industry and the war in Syria at the 'Power of Film and Moving Image' event in London on Christiane Amanpour wants fewer viral videos, more storytelling, and for journalists to stop thinking objectivity is the same as neutrality.
"14.02.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk How Harry Potter helped me process my boyfriend's death When I think about my dead boyfriend, I think about a lot of things: fry ups in a greasy spoon, wiping baked bean off his face. The gay bar we met in and c Richard Curtis never informed me about how to react when your boyfriend tells you he's HIV positive.
Sylvia Plath never wrote about the moment when your Ted Hughes dies of a heart attack connected to a meth addiction.
But luckily, there was Cho Chang.
"14.02.2017 11:30:01" inews.co.uk Prue Leith replacing Mary Berry on Bake Off reverses TV ageism If the food writer and restaurateur Prue Leith is confirmed as Mary Berry's replacement on The Great British Bake Off it will be the first case of televisi If the food writer and restaurateur Prue Leith is confirmed as Mary Berry's replacement on The Great British Bake Off it will be the first case of television bosses actively casting for the oldest suitable candidate.
"14.02.2017 10:45:00" Timeline Photos Happy Valentine's Day from Brent police, in London
"14.02.2017 10:00:03" inews.co.uk This woman with cancer sprinted to her chemo sessions When marathon runner Jenny Baker discovered she had breast cancer, she tackled it in the best way she knew – by running to her chemo sessions When runner and marathon competitor Jenny Baker discovered she had breast cancer, she tackled it in the best way she knew – by running to her chemo sessions
"14.02.2017 09:16:06" inews.co.uk Justine Greening: give young people the sex education we need Student Aleph Ross, 17, has written an open Valentine's Day letter to Justine Greening, the Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities, urgi This 17-year-old has has one request for Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities Justine Greening: provide young people with a proper education in sex, relationships and consent
"14.02.2017 08:35:20" inews.co.uk This is our chance to update our failing NHS Up and down the country, our GPs, community services, NHS111, ambulances, A&E departments, and hospital services are under intense pressure. The proble The NHS of today is still based on its original 1940s design. Every industry needs to adapt, and the NHS – at the forefront of innovation and technology – is no different.
"14.02.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk The cuts and changes your local NHS is planning As part of the Johnston Press investigation into the future of the health service, 44 regional blueprints drawn up by health service leaders to remodel the This is what your local NHS is planning
"14.02.2017 06:30:01" inews.co.uk NHS plans too explosive for the public to see All this week we lead i with one of the largest news investigations into the future of the NHS ever undertaken. A team of 10 reporters and dozens of editor i editor Oly Duff writes: "Jeremy Hunt has a plan, he insists, a 'big transformation programme'.
"Well, we've looked at that plan – and have uncovered proposals that were until recently considered too explosive for public consumption."
"14.02.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk Ruth Davidson: the case for the Union must be made again Theresa May must do more to persuade the people of Scotland that the Union "still works for us all" if she hopes to head off a second independence referend In a clear warning to Westminster not to be complacent about winning a re-run of 2014's vote, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives said the case for the Union had to be made “afresh” in the wake of the UK's decision to leave the EU.
"14.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Campaigners call for inquiry over Neville and Giggs' skyscrapers Heritage campaigners are calling for the Government to hold a public inquiry into plans by former Manchester United footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs to build two bronze skyscrapers in the city.
"14.02.2017 03:14:00" inews.co.uk Apple Music teases Carpool Karaoke: The Series Carpool Karaoke, the viral sensation masterminded by British comedian James Corden, will feature musicians and celebrities Will Smith, Metallica and Ariana Carpool Karaoke, the viral sensation masterminded by British comedian James Corden, will feature musicians and celebrities Will Smith, Metallica and Ariana Grande when it makes it debut on streaming service Apple Music.
"14.02.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk How to make yourself “go viral” How do songs, films, books and technologies become mega-popular? Is 'going viral' really just a myth? By Charlie Gilmour Anyone can have a "Charlie Bit My Finger" moment...
"14.02.2017 00:00:02" inews.co.uk Girls: Lena Dunham's final season starts as it means to go on The satire is taken to the next level in the opening episode of the final season of Girls, as Lena Dunham and co grow up. Did you watch the season premiere of Girls?
"13.02.2017 23:30:01" inews.co.uk Mel Brooks: Comedy is too PC right now He's one of the most revered comedians in the world, and Mel Brooks isn't impressed with the state of comedy right now. “Comedy is too tame, too PC right n Mel Brooks' favourite bit of comedy action lately has been Melissa McCarthy's impression of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live.
"13.02.2017 22:40:01" inews.co.uk The Great NHS Gamble: The importance of our investigation for you Former Chancellor Nigel Lawson asserted that the National Health Service was as “the closest thing the English people have to a religion”. The same observa NHS special investigation: "Our analysis over the coming days will lift the lid on changes which, whether by accident or design, have until now remained largely unknown and untested. Only then can we decide whether our national religion is going through
"13.02.2017 22:05:39" inews.co.uk STPs: How they will shake up the NHS and what they mean for you The plans to give the NHS its biggest shake up in a generation are known as Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs). They represent the fruit of mor The plans to give the NHS its biggest shake up in a generation are known as Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs).
But despite a timetable that is due to see them finalised by April, with far-reaching consequences for some 55 million people, the
"13.02.2017 21:30:01" inews.co.uk The rules are clear - John Bercow has to go John Bercow has performed a careful balancing act in his years as Speaker of the House of Commons. He has, somehow, cultivated one of the sparkiest persona "Bercow knew what he was signing up for, so there is something arrogant in his disregard for the agreement [of impartiality] he made when he took on the job."
"13.02.2017 21:00:04" inews.co.uk Scientists take a big step towards Alzheimer's cure Scientists have claimed a major breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's after discovering how to strengthen memories by manipulating the brain. The r Scientists have claimed a major breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's after discovering how to strengthen memories by manipulating the brain.
"13.02.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk I gave a kidney to show gratitude to the NHS - now I feel betrayed He loves the NHS so much he gave a kidney to a stranger in gratitude to the health service. But now one Yorkshire business expert fears for its future as t John Carlisle is disgusted by the proposed plans to fill the £22bn funding gap in the NHS.
"I am an altruistic kidney donor who donated my kidney to the people's NHS as an act of gratitude for what it has done for the nation. This is not what I made my
"13.02.2017 19:50:02" inews.co.uk The full list of the 19 hospitals facing closure These are the 19 hospitals, including five major acute hospitals, that are marked for closure as the NHS faces its biggest shake up in a generation to plug The plans to close 19 hospitals had initially been kept a closely guarded secret. Here is the list in full:
"13.02.2017 19:12:00" inews.co.uk 19 hospitals face closure in England By JOHNSTON PRESS INVESTIGATIONS TEAM Reporting team: Cahal Milmo, Aasma Day, Don Mort, Chris Burn, Ruby Kitchen, Paul Lynch, Ben Fishwick, Philip Bradfiel In one of the largest news investigations into the future of the NHS, we can reveal that our health service is facing its biggest shake up in a generation.
To plug a £22bn black hole in funding,19 hospitals are marked for closure.
"13.02.2017 18:30:01" inews.co.uk Child car seat regulations - everything you need to know about this year's changes - The i newspaper online iNews The new rules around child car seats are causing widespread confusion among parents and carers - despite the fact that the bit that most people are talking Your guide to all the changes
"13.02.2017 18:21:30" Timeline Photos Starting tonight in The i Paper - one of the largest news investigations into the future of the NHS ever undertaken. Day 1 - Hospitals. More here, and on iNews.co.uk, after 7pm...
"13.02.2017 17:45:01" inews.co.uk 5 footballers following in the footsteps of their famous dads There is a new breed of players emerging, born to fathers who starred at the highest level, making their way into the professional game. Guaranteed to make you feel old, if you watched football in the 90s
"13.02.2017 16:56:07" inews.co.uk Report: all three new iPhones will charge wirelessly The three new iPhones expected to be revealed by Apple in September will all feature wireless charging, according to a report. The iPhone 8 is rumoured to This would be quite something.
"13.02.2017 14:11:11" Ken Loach blasts "digraceful" treatment of poor and vulnerable Ken Loach: "The most vulnerable and the poorest people are treated by this government with a callous brutality that is disgraceful."
"13.02.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk The ways Trump has crossed the line between leader and dictator Donald Trump's supporters see him as strong and tough. Others, however, are deeply alarmed by the first actions of his presidency. Far from being a great This historian wants you to know the difference between a leader and a dictator
"13.02.2017 13:00:12" Timeline Photos Adele picked up five Grammy Awards last night including Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. When she won Album of the Year, however, she wasn't going to accept that Beyoncé didn't win the award for Lemonade.
"The way that you
"13.02.2017 12:26:00" inews.co.uk Why thousands of people in Brum woke up at 4.30am this morning Thousands of people in Birmingham had a rude awakening when the alarm on the city's landmark BT Tower went off in the early hours. The fire alarm on the to The fire alarm on the 500ft tower could be heard across the city centre from 4.30am. It wasn't switched off for nearly four hours.
"13.02.2017 11:45:01" inews.co.uk Does it really pay to 'be yourself' at work? Many career experts believe that "being yourself" is not always possible when it comes to work. We asked one to explain why. Not everyone agrees that 'being yourself' is good advice
"13.02.2017 11:06:10" inews.co.uk How 'Girls' changed television A small-screen sexual revolution, an irritating template or perfect hangover fodder? As Lena Dunham's era-defining show begins its final series, six writer Josie Long, Jessica Knappett etc, Sara Pascoe and Sarah Solemani are among the women (and man) who explain how Lena Dunham's show Girls changed television for the better
"13.02.2017 08:54:59" inews.co.uk Bradley Wiggins quits The Jump after injury Britain's most decorated Olympian, Sir Bradley Wiggins, has pulled out of Channel 4 skiing show The Jump after breaking his leg. The cyclist said he was "g Sir Wiggo has pulled out of The Jump after breaking his leg.
The Olympian said it was "no horror smash", but a small training injury that meant he couldn't compete any more
"13.02.2017 08:20:00" inews.co.uk Melania Trump's Daily Mail lawsuit reflects her greed and desire for revenge So soon after the Daily Mail celebrated a Brexit vote which seemed to endorse the vehemently Eurosceptic paper's claims to represent the rump of British pu “It's ironic that the Daily Mail should find itself threatened by the First Lady to a President who shares many of its conservative values and whose election victory it reported sympathetically.”
"13.02.2017 08:00:04" inews.co.uk JK Rowling vs Piers Morgan: the magic of celebrity politics Thanks to the miracle of social media, we all have a voice nowadays - and a medium to rant on about everything from our political preferences to our bowel 'I feel like Rowling came out victorious, but not before Morgan had dismissed someone who “wrote a few wizard books” as part of the “shrieking, hysterical anti-Trump celebrity brigade”. In fact, he was joined by a cacophony of voices questioning whether
"13.02.2017 07:36:18" inews.co.uk The Daily Mail's campaign against Gary Lineker threatens free speech It may have passed you by, but Britain's most powerful newspaper is engaged in a nasty little spat with the presenter of Match of the Day. On one level, it The Daily Mail's dislike for Gary Lineker reveals a deeply worrying trend in public discourse that the bitter divisions over Brexit and Donald Trump have greatly exacerbated, and which, if unchecked, could threaten the very concept of freedom of speech.
"13.02.2017 07:00:05" Timeline Photos These are the winners from last night's BAFTAs:
Best film: La La Land
Leading actress: Emma Stone (La La Land)
Leading actor: Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea)
Supporting actress: Viola Davis (Fences)
Supporting actor: Dev Patel (Lion)
"12.02.2017 23:32:01" inews.co.uk La La Land's Emma Stone triumphs at Baftas but Ryan Gosling loses out La La Land scooped just five of the 11 Baftas it was nominated for on Sunday night - and, in what will likely come as a blow to its leading man Ryan Goslin Missed the BAFTAs? Forgotten who won what? Here is everything you need to know about what went down at the Royal Albert Hall.
"12.02.2017 22:45:01" Timeline Photos Accepting her best supporting actress BAFTA for her role in Fences, Viola Davis touched on the international activist movement, Black Lives Matter.
"You know, my father groomed horses at the racetrack and he had a fifth grade education, and he was a
"12.02.2017 22:16:11" inews.co.uk Rowling vs Morgan: the magic of celebrity politics Thanks to the miracle of social media, we all have a voice nowadays - and a medium to rant on about everything from our political preferences to our bowel Piers Morgan – and Trump – may not like the fact that celebrities are using award podiums or Twitter feeds as soapboxes, but they are within their rights to do so just as much as the President is. Their reach and influence are far greater than most of the
"12.02.2017 21:30:01" Timeline Photos When director Ken Loach took to the stage to collect the first gong of the night, the outstanding British film award for, I, Daniel Blake, he thanked the academy for recognising that “the most vulnerable and poorest are treated by the Government with a
"12.02.2017 21:00:33" inews.co.uk Naomie Harris: 'I can relate to the idea of toxic love' Naomie Harris was wary of taking on the role of a crack-addicted single mother in Barry Jenkins' multi-award-winning coming-of-age drama Moonlight. “I had Get ready for the BAFTAs with our interview with Naomie Harris.
It was only when Harris hit upon an analogy being used by one crack user that she was finally able to get into Paula's head. “It was an amazing description of what it's like to be an
"12.02.2017 20:26:07" inews.co.uk David Davis's attempted kiss shows how far we haven't come This week, Harriet Harman shared a picture from inside the House of Commons during the Article 50 vote. There, front and centre, was a tiny baby girl, bein We outsiders only usually get to see the jeery, macho, yah-boo-sucks side of things at Prime Minster's Questions, or when some wally gets up to filibuster for 78 minutes in order to try to block a bill protecting women from violence, say. The odd baby on
"12.02.2017 19:30:02" Timeline Photos In case you missed it, this was this week's cartoon from Ben Jennings
"12.02.2017 18:45:01" inews.co.uk John Bercow under pressure to resign after admitting he voted Remain John Bercow is facing fresh calls to resign from his role as Speaker of the House of Commons after a video emerged showing him publicly admitting that he b In the video, Mr Bercow said he believed immigration has been a good thing for Britain. “Personally, I voted to remain. I thought it was better to stay in the European Union than not,” he told students.
"12.02.2017 18:00:06" inews.co.uk Women's rights bill Philip Davies tried to block hangs in balance Survivors of rape and domestic violence have sent Valentine's Day cards to hundreds of MPs urging them to vote on a “life saving” women's rights bill. Camp Survivors of rape and domestic violence have sent Valentine's Day cards to hundreds of MPs urging them to vote on a “life saving” women's rights bill.
"12.02.2017 17:49:10" inews.co.uk Apple Tree Yard author Louise Doughty on the BBC's adaptation The TV adaptation of Louise Doughty's 2013 novel Apple Tree Yard has been a hit for the BBC. She spoke to i about the book and the show. “It's a very exposing piece for women to watch – some viewers have been cut to the quick, for obvious reasons – so imagine how personal it was to write.”
"12.02.2017 17:15:00" inews.co.uk Labour is considering a regional immigration policy Labour is discussing whether to adopt a new policy on immigration which would see different parts of the country able to set their own limits on the amount Labour is discussing whether to adopt a new policy on immigration which would see different parts of the country able to set their own limits on the amount of people allowed to come from overseas, Tom Watson has said.
"12.02.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk The children who can't stay awake - and their battle for vaccine injury compensation On 10 December 2009, seven-year-old John was given a vaccination called Pandemrix against the pandemic influenza A (H1N1), commonly known as Swine Flu. Fou Seven-year-old John was given a vaccination called Pandemrix against Swine Flu. Four months later, following extensive hospital examinations he was diagnosed with narcolepsy and cataplexy, neurological conditions that will affect him for the rest of his
"12.02.2017 15:44:38" inews.co.uk Fearne Cotton: I felt alienated and a bit of a freak for having depression Fearne Cotton has an instantly recognisable voice. It is, oddly, both husky and sing-song. It's the kind of voice that makes you smile. It's no wonder, rea In her new book, Happy, Fearne Cotton has opened up about a period in her life that was plagued by negative thoughts. As well as going into detail about her own experiences, the book is also an illustrated guide for anyone struggling themselves. The
"12.02.2017 14:58:03" inews.co.uk Melania Trump's Mail lawsuit reflects her greed and desire for revenge So soon after the Daily Mail celebrated a Brexit vote which seemed to endorse the vehemently Eurosceptic paper's claims to represent the rump of British pu "Neither Mr Trump nor his wife deserve to have their reputations traduced by the publication of unfounded rumour, even in the lofty positions they occupy"
"12.02.2017 13:00:08" inews.co.uk Why Labour is fighting for its soul in the Stoke-on-Trent by-election It is trying to snow in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, and the fruit and vegetable traders on the market opposite Paul Nuttall's campaign office are keeping warm One man's reason for voting Ukip: “I believe in a lot of the values they are putting across. Where I live, a lot of the houses are damp and Labour haven't done anything about it. They've ignored us for too long. This guy has promised he can do things for
"12.02.2017 12:30:01" inews.co.uk David Davis sent 'sexist' and 'appalling' texts about Diane Abbott Text messages sent by David Davis about his encounter with Diane Abbott in a House of Commons bar, in which he suggested he had not kissed her because he i Labour's shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti said: “I think that David Davis was very silly. He was sexist and he was patronising.
“Let's just say Diane is not someone who would have her hand patted by Donald Trump or David Davis or anybody else.”
"12.02.2017 12:14:14" inews.co.uk The comedians taking aim at the stereotypes of Valentine's Day Seven comedies on Sky Arts take in the perils of internet dating, unruly marriage proposals and an alternative take on the musical Grease. Valentine's Day: antiquated stereotype or a good excuse for balloons, cards and tat?
"12.02.2017 12:00:05" inews.co.uk Amber Rudd's cruel response to refugees is nothing to be proud of When the Home Secretary announced this week that the government would end its scheme to bring lone child refugees already in Europe to the UK, she claimed "It's about time she forced her own department to confront the fact that increasing barriers to child refugees doesn't make them safe from violence, abuse and slavery. It does precisely the opposite."
"12.02.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Newspaper on printing Alec Baldwin's Trump: No one noticed mistake A national newspaper in the Dominican Republic has apologised for printing a picture of Alec Baldwin impersonating Donald Trump rather than an image of the The image of Benjamin Netanyahu was correct though.
"12.02.2017 10:00:03" inews.co.uk How to make hundreds of pounds from your delayed train We've all been there. Crammed on a crowded platform for 30 minutes after your train was meant to leave, climbing into moist, smelly carriages, witnessing y No matter who your train operator is, you could claw back hundreds of pounds each year...
"12.02.2017 09:00:04" inews.co.uk Could this really be the secret behind N'Golo Kante's incredible success? The Chelsea Football Club midfielder has revealed his preferred training method
"12.02.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Double the fun? This is the reality of being a twin There's no denying that twins continue to mystify scientists and society alike, with rumours of mind-reading and secret languages still rife.
That two human beings can look so similar to one another is, to some, endlessly fascinating.
"12.02.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Have you got what it takes to become a quiz champion? Are you a budding pub quiz master? Test your knowledge on our weekly iQuiz
"12.02.2017 05:00:02" inews.co.uk Morecambe manager finds perfect way to pay back fans Pies, pints and points...
"12.02.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk What those criticising the Trump boycotting New England Patriots seem to forget Six players from the Super Bowl winning team will not attend the traditional White House reception
"11.02.2017 23:59:00" inews.co.uk International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Five women in science to celebrate Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day launched by the United Nations in 2016 as part of a wider effort to establish gender parity The achievements of women in science throughout history should be celebrated today and every day to inspire the next generation
"11.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk There's no place for a show like 'Girls' in the Trump era “In many ways the world that features in Girls is a world that doesn't exist any more,” says executive producer Judd Apatow.
“When the show started Barack Obama was about to be re-elected and there was still a lot of optimism around. Now I feel the vibe
"11.02.2017 22:16:00" inews.co.uk Taboo episode 6 review: The body count is rising To say that James Delaney enjoyed mixed fortunes this week would be the mother of all understatements.
"11.02.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk You need to have the 'porn talk' with your children "Pornography is everywhere. I know it, you know it, but most importantly, your kid knows it, or will soon enough.
The question of whether pornography should be part of modern sex education misses the point: that ship has sailed. Porn is already the new
"11.02.2017 20:00:06" inews.co.uk England beat Wales twice in one day A good day for England Rugby
"11.02.2017 19:00:03" inews.co.uk The Home Secretary's claim about child refugees could not be further from the truth The Dubs amendment was scrapped this week
"11.02.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk Wayne's World, 25 years on, is still a world I'd live in Wayne's World celebrates its 25th anniversary this month. Brandi Bratrude explains why the film's simple message still resonates today Party time. Wayne's World is 25.
"11.02.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Mental health charity expresses concern over police rehab centre suspension 27 per cent of police officers have contemplated suicide
"11.02.2017 16:00:01" inews.co.uk Compulsive skin picking, hair pulling or nail biting are more than 'bad habits' 'The guilt and shame of this disorder is enormous and those of us who live with it have probably spent decades hiding it. My whole wardrobe was geared around covering up parts of my body. I didn't own a t-shirt for 10 years because my arms were a mess. I
"11.02.2017 15:01:28" inews.co.uk Donald Trump is considering issuing a new travel ban A ban on citizens from seven predominately Muslim nations was blocked by a judge and appeal court. Now the US President has another plan to reinstate it.
"11.02.2017 14:23:07" inews.co.uk The 10 best ever goals by defenders In tribute to Philipp Lahm's 2006 strike, we've compiled a list of the most devastating goals from defenders. In honour of Phillipp Lahm's retirement...
"11.02.2017 14:00:31" inews.co.uk Why some teachers are turning to magic to improve pupils' confidence Teaching youngsters magic tricks in the classroom can help build their confidence and improve their speaking and listening, according to a group of magicians and head teachers.
"11.02.2017 13:30:01" inews.co.uk Evan Rachel Wood: I speak about being bisexual because I have a duty to “Because of the voices I listened to, because of the people I identified with, the films I had watched, the music I had heard – because of words like 'bisexual' and the doors that it opened – I'm still here.
“I choose to use my voice because it would
"11.02.2017 13:00:02" inews.co.uk The best supermarket meal deals for Valentine's Day
"11.02.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Why I take my daughter to protests I have taken my six-year-old daughter, Eleanor, on two marches. The first was the March for Europe in London in July 2016, and the second was the Women's M "It is important that children should be allowed to engage with issues that will have an impact on their future."
"11.02.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 short films by Oscar winning directors All movie directors have to start somewhere. With no hands to feed them in the early stages of their career, most begin by creating short films. Though bri Shorts by Spielberg, Scorsese and the Coen Brothers
"11.02.2017 11:00:03" inews.co.uk I want to be known as Jonny Brownlee, not Alistair's brother Sibling rivalry is a complicated business, especially if the terms of engagement are layered with love and respect. Jonny Brownlee has spent a career as Alistair's baby brother, the other Brownlee boy, the one who always comes second or needs help
"11.02.2017 10:40:05" inews.co.uk 10 books to read if you're a fan of these 10 hit TV shows Has your favourite TV show come to an abrupt end? Here is a recommended reading guide inspired by hit TV shows. A recommended reading list for fans of shows like Taboo FX, Stranger Things and The Wire
"11.02.2017 10:00:02" inews.co.uk Nine children, 1,000 sheep and one husband: My life as a shepherdess Aged just 21, Amanda abandoned her life in Huddersfield for Ravenseat, a bleak, 2,000-acre hill farm in the Yorkshire Dales, known historically for its tough weather conditions, exposed terrain and isolated location.
"11.02.2017 08:00:07" inews.co.uk The Daily Mail's campaign against Gary Lineker threatens free speech 'On one level, it's a minor domestic that amounts to very little. Why should we care that the Daily Mail appears to have it in for Gary Lineker? But on another level, it reveals a deeply worrying trend in public discourse that the bitter divisions over
"11.02.2017 07:00:02" inews.co.uk Embracing the mad and impossible: the appeal of ice swimming Pauline Barker is no ordinary leisure swimmer. The 53-year-old bank cashier is one of a growing number of Britons to enjoy ice swimming, the extreme sport where wetsuits are banned and the water must be 5C or colder to qualify.
"11.02.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Meet Clemmie Hooper, the "Insta-midwife" advising the next generation of mothers 'Social media gives mothers a support network. I think the majority find it really useful, because they can relate to each other. People have friends through Instagram who they may never have met in real life, and that's amazing. When I had my daughter
"11.02.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk 10 things to look out for in the Premier League this weekend While Jurgen Klopp rallies his troops for the visit of Tottenham, there's a huge game for struggling champions Leicester City. The pressure's on Messrs Klopp, Ranieri and Wenger this weekend
"11.02.2017 04:00:02" inews.co.uk How to eat well for £1 - The i newspaper online iNews We are not talking about own-brand beans on out-of-date toast, but chicken tartiflette with “a chunky potato lid that crisps up beautifully in the oven”; prawn wonton soup with DIY wontons; stilton-crusted pork loin – “a real taste explosion”; and Thai
"11.02.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk Netflix's Castlevania shows the 1980s are firmly back in vogue The love letter to the 1980s that Netflix began writing with Stranger Things is set to continue, with an animated show based on Castlevania. The Game of Thrones of gaming adaptations?
"11.02.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk Prevenge: Alice Lowe channels the horrors of pregnancy Alice Lowe makes an impressive directorial debut with this blackly comic revenge picture - inspired by her own pregnancy. We first meet heavily pregnant Ruth shortly before she calmly slits the throat of a creepy pet shop owner.
"11.02.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk Facebook's relationship with the news? It's complicated Facebook has never made a secret of its ambitions to become a primary portal to the internet – encompassing video, photos, instant chat and news, all in one easily-accessible place.
"10.02.2017 23:05:00" inews.co.uk Trump 'won't address Parliament' in victory for John Bercow Reports of a decision to drop the plans could be considered a victory for the House of Commons Speaker after he said he was against the idea earlier this week.
"10.02.2017 22:00:02" inews.co.uk Can you identify the 1980s movies by the quote? How much about the best films of the 1980s can you remember? Take our quiz to find out How's your 80s film knowledge?
"10.02.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk NHS managers are unfairly maligned - we're the hidden heroes On top of everything else we do, we face intense public and media scrutiny, which given the nature of media and social media, is now 24-7.
"10.02.2017 20:00:09" inews.co.uk Children sing to soothe stranded whales in New Zealand Around 300 pilot whales have died in New Zealand after more than 400 became stranded in a bay, but rescuers have vowed to battle on to save the survivors
"10.02.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk The OA: questions we need answered in season two Season one of The OA on Netflix left us with more questions unanswered than resolved. Here are the main ones we would like some closure on. Warning: contains season 1 spoilers for The OA
"10.02.2017 18:15:00" inews.co.uk Roots episode one review: a powerful, unflinchingly brutal watch The debut episode of the Roots remake was fascinating and heartrending, presenting an unflinchingly brutal depiction of the slave trade. The best show on TV at the moment is hidden away on BBC Four...
"10.02.2017 17:23:07" inews.co.uk The Jump: The show where Spencer Matthews is equal to Bradley Wiggins Welsh rugby hero Gareth Thomas cries like a baby every night. Big Brother star Josie had to have therapy. Comedian Mark Dolan said it's worse than getting Sir Bradley says the programme is more than just “desperate celebrities trying to enhance their names” and has given him a chance to learn a new skill.
“This isn't a celebrity show, it's just people from the public eye that are competing in a winter
"10.02.2017 16:45:01" inews.co.uk Nine children, 1,000 sheep and one husband: My life as a shepherdess Nine children, 1,000 sheep and one husband. These are just a few of the things Amanda Owen is responsible for taking care of every day. Aged just 21, Amand Aged just 21, Amanda abandoned her life in Huddersfield for Ravenseat, a bleak, 2,000-acre hill farm in the Yorkshire Dales, known historically for its tough weather conditions, exposed terrain and isolated location.
"10.02.2017 16:00:01" Timeline Photos Following Kellyanne Conway's frequent references to the Bowling Green massacre (which never happened), the Harvard Book Store decided to create a display paying tribute to the non-existent victims of the completely fabricated tragedy.
"10.02.2017 15:15:00" inews.co.uk BBC bans its own trailer BBC Wales has been forced to remove a Six Nations rugby trailer after it was accused of being "anti-English" and "xenophobic". The promotional trailer for The promotional trailer for the Wales v England match featured a real life Wales fan being asked: “What's good about England?”
He appeared puzzled over the question and other fans failed to give an answer.
"10.02.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Spending in retirement 'underestimated by £100,000' People in the UK underestimate how much they will need for a comfortable retirement, says a new report. The majority of over 45-year-olds expect to spend £16,456 a year when they retire. However, the amount they will actually spend is likely to be £21,025 a year, per household.
"10.02.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk Criticisms and conspiracy: Claims made about White Helmets, examined The White Helmets - also known as the Syrian Civil Defence - are the subject of a documentary which has been nominated for an Oscar. However the filmmakers The White Helmets- who are the subject of a new Netflix documentary- were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize but are also accused of being too good to be true. We look at the claims made about the rescue workers and see which of them are true.
"10.02.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Lonely RAF veteran who went viral finds new love aged 96 When 96-year-old Ted Fullerton went to the pub for lunch last summer he could not have imagined he would end up firm friends with a bar manager nearly 70 y 96-year-old Ted Fullerton thought nobody cared what he had to say. That was until the bar manager of his local pub asked him about his service medals.
Now Fullerton is experiencing a new lease of life. He's even found love.
"10.02.2017 12:15:00" theage.com.au Massive spider claims six seats for itself on busy Melbourne train A massive spider has claimed six seats for itself on a busy Melbourne train. We absolutely loved this headline, and wanted to share it you lovely lot. Apologies in advance if you're an arachnophobe.
Let us know if you like us sharing the stories we find elsewhere. Equally, let us know if you hate it, and we'll set a gargantuan
"10.02.2017 11:26:06" inews.co.uk EXCLUSIVE: BBC tells Bafta stars: Bash Trump but keep it short Stars planning to turn the Bafta film awards stage into a political platform have been told: You can have your say about President Trump - but please keep Stars planning to turn the Bafta film awards stage into a political platform have been told: You can have your say about President Trump – but please keep it short.
"10.02.2017 10:45:01" Timeline Photos Today is the 20th birthday of Blur's eponymous fifth studio album, meaning Song 2 has been available for your listening pleasure for two whole decades.
Are you a Blur fan? Or just a Song 2 fan? And how does the self-titled album compare to Parklife, The
"10.02.2017 10:00:04" inews.co.uk Rae Earl: if you have a mental illness you're stronger than you think If Rae Earl could give her younger self just one piece of advice it would be this: “Go and tell someone; go and talk to your doctor. It's fine, they've hea “People with mental health problems – it doesn't define them. They're still funny, they're still clever, they still laugh, they still cry, they're still people." says My Mad Fat Diary's original author Rae Earl.
"10.02.2017 09:18:53" Timeline Photos A panel of federal appeals court judges unanimously ruled not to reinstate President Trump's controversial executive order on immigration, saying the government did not present evidence that the countries targeted had perpretrated terrorist attacks on
"10.02.2017 08:45:00" inews.co.uk Letters To The Revolution gets activists and artists to incite action After Donald Trump was elected as the next President of the United States, Sabrina Chap was afraid. Not just afraid: she felt powerless. Two days passed, a “Letters are powerful because they are often directed to someone you love, and you can not write with weakness to one you love.”
"10.02.2017 08:00:11" inews.co.uk How to eat well for £1 The night before speaking to Miguel Barclay, I do something of which I doubt he would approve: I go home from work via the Marks & Spencer food hall ne One Pound Meals cook Miguel Barclay gives you recipes to help keep your wallet happy every meal time
"10.02.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Ending the Dubs scheme is a gross failure of moral leadership It is untrue that – as some critics claim – Britain is doing nothing for Syrian refugees. The UK Government has pledged £2.3bn in direct aid for refugees i i editor Oly Duff writes: "Faced with the scale of suffering we see unfolding in Syria, the Dubs scheme is a mere token – but still a vital expression of our compassion, and a sign that Britain is not retreating from the world after Brexit."
"10.02.2017 07:00:04" inews.co.uk DWP loses five year legal battle over swine flu vaccine injury payments The Government lost a five-year legal battle on Thursday after the Court of Appeal ruled against it in a test case of a seven-year old boy who developed na The Department for Work and Pensions now faces a compensation bill of at least £12 million.
"10.02.2017 06:00:01" inews.co.uk The £1,000 iPhone - winging your way this September Apple's next iPhone could cost more than £1,000, thanks to expensive new components and the strong dollar. The Californian company is believed to be pullin Apple is believed to be pulling out all the stops for its next handset, expected to be revealed in September. This year marks a decade since the introduction of the first iPhone, and the new model is predicted to be a significant design departure from its
"10.02.2017 05:30:01" inews.co.uk Tighter testing rules come after VW emission cheating scandal New rules for car testing in Europe are now close to being agreed after MEPs voted yesterday in Brussels for strict, independent approval systems. The rule The so-called dieselgate scandal erupted in September 2015.
"10.02.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk Be aware of 'scam subpoena emails' from the Supreme Court The Supreme Court is warning the public to ignore emails ordering individuals to give information ahead of a criminal court case. The "subpoenas" - notices A Supreme Court spokesperson said: “Spotting such malware emails can sometimes be difficult and it is reprehensible for perpetrators to seek to use court insignia to trick vulnerable recipients."
"10.02.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk Twitter's growth stutters as Trump fails to attract new users Twitter failed to attract a significant number of new users in the final three months of 2016, despite debate over the US Presidential election. The site g Even Donald Trump couldn't help Twitter.
"10.02.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk The best supermarket meal deals for Valentine's Day WAITROSE The deal: A starter, main, two sides, dessert and a bottle of wine or fizz or chocolates for £20 Available: Now until 14 February Starters: Heston Your Valentine's night in is sorted...
"09.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk 20th Century Women: Annette Bening was robbed of an Oscar nod That's the only possible takeaway from this new film. Punk, politics - and some of the best acting performances in recent times.
"09.02.2017 22:30:01" inews.co.uk Man's box of Nesquik replaced with a very different kind of powder Nestle's bumf says that chocolate Nesquik “turns milk into an irresistibly delicious, nutritious drink for your family”. But one Spanish customer discovere Hidden inside one Spanish man's Nesquik? A packet of cocaine.
"09.02.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet undergoes fourth reshuffle Labour's shadow cabinet has gained some new faces in the fourth reshuffle leader Jeremy Corbyn has had to carry out since September 2015. The latest reshuf The latest reshuffle comes after some senior frontbenchers resigned over the Article 50 bill.
"09.02.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Dear White People: new Netflix series satirises a 'post-racial' America The first trailer has landed - and it has caused quite a stir. The show America needs?
"09.02.2017 20:30:01" inews.co.uk Blood, S&M and vomit: what it's really like to be an ambulance driver The hours are long and stress levels are high. But Kit Wharton, ambulance driver and author of a new memoir, tells Nick Duerden that the job is where he be The hours are long and stress levels are high. But for this ambulance driver it is the only job where he belongs. Just don't mention Mr Stinky.
"09.02.2017 20:00:02" inews.co.uk Grammar plans to be 'smuggled out as Article 50 triggered' Ministers are looking to slip out plans to dramatically expand the number of grammar schools at the same time as Article 50 is triggered, i understands. Of Ministers are looking to slip out plans to dramatically expand the number of grammar schools at the same time as Article 50 is triggered
"09.02.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon under fire for education record at FMQs Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of presiding over "catastrophic failures" in Scotland's schools after a major report warned that poorer pupils are lagging Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson described the findings of a major report warning that poorer pupils are lagging more than two years behind their richer peers as "shameful".
"09.02.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk Rupert Murdoch 'sat in on' Michael Gove's interview with Donald Trump It seems that media mogul Rupert Murdoch was inside Donald Trump's "golden man cave" during the then President-elect's interview with Michael Gove for The It seems that Rupert Murdoch has visited Donald Trump's “golden man cave”.
"09.02.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Police mental health centre so overrun it has to turn officers away A police rehabilitation centre has had to suspend psychological support to officers for the "foreseeable future" because its waiting list has become so lon A police rehabilitation centre has had to suspend psychological support to officers for the “foreseeable future” because its waiting list has become so long
"09.02.2017 18:30:01" inews.co.uk When Britain built its own wall: the Great Hedge of India By David GW Birch The American President recently re-iterated his plans to build a “beautiful” wall 1,000 miles long and 40 feet high along the border with We keep talking about Donald Trump's plans to build a wall. But who's talking about that time we built a hedge across the whole of India, and made them pay for it?
"09.02.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Adrienne Truscott has found the humour in Trump's presidency Letters To The Revolution is a project in which activists and artists write letters to those people most likely to be affected by President Trump's policie We're collaborating with Letters to the Revolution, a campaign where activists and artists write letters to those who feel unsafe under the Trump presidency. Letters- which include texts by Chelsea Manning's lawyer, and Josh Radnor of How I Met Your
"09.02.2017 17:00:34" inews.co.uk We answer the big question: Should you refrigerate ketchup? Ketchup will now be refrigerated at ASDA. It is, without hyperbole, the greatest debate in the Western World since - well whatever Trump tweeted last. But After ASDA tried refrigerating ketchup, the i offices were plunged into chaos: what gets chilled and what gets left in the cupboard?
These are the answers, according to science. Including the truth about condiments.
"09.02.2017 16:17:05" inews.co.uk A response to my daughter: making friends at 60 takes courage too This is a response to an article my daughter recently wrote about making friends in your thirties. Making friends in your thirties is certainly not the sam A few months ago, Siobhan Smith wrote for us about how hard it was to make friends in your 30s.
Today, her Mum has a response for her: if you think it's bad in your 30s, it takes even more courage in your 60s
"09.02.2017 15:20:00" inews.co.uk Sheridan Smith gave everything to become the queen of British television It has been 17 years since we first saw Sheridan Smith, slouched on the Royle family's armchair as Antony's tracksuit-clad girlfriend Emma. This week, Smit Perhaps the fact that she gives so much of herself to each role is the reason viewers can't get enough of her. She possesses a vulnerability which tears down the usual barriers between celebrity and fan.
"09.02.2017 14:11:50" Join us LIVE as host of In Our Time, author and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg introduces the afternoon segment of Power Of Film and Moving Image. #PowerOfFilm #facebooklive
"09.02.2017 13:45:00" Corbyn rejects BBC reporter's 'fakes news' grilling 'I'm really surprised that the BBC is reporting fake news. There is no news.'
A conversation between Jeremy Corbyn and BBC presenter, Charlie Stayt, became frosty as the Labour leader was quizzed on whether he was planning to step down.
"09.02.2017 12:14:25" inews.co.uk How much a Donald Trump state visit could cost the UK taxpayer The prospect of a Donald Trump state visit has been a matter of hot debate in recent weeks, most notably after Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow With the potential for mass street protests – like those seen in cities across the country last week against the President's “Muslim ban” – Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has warned that the state visit will inevitably come at a
"09.02.2017 11:45:00" Chukka Ummuna describes his 'fury' after failed NHS amendment Chukka Ummuna describes his 'fury' watching Leave MPs vote against his NHS amendment.
"09.02.2017 11:24:55" We're at the UK's only LGBT bookstore who are recommending us books we should read this LGBT history month. Want a recommendation? Let us know what you love to read and we'll find some new things for you to peruse.
"09.02.2017 11:15:01" inews.co.uk MPs who voted against Brexit NHS amendment Theresa May had a successful evening in the House of Commons on Wednesday. Not only was the Bill which gave her power to trigger Article 50 passed with a m Chuka Umunna's amendment to the Brexit bill- calling for a report on the impact on NHS finances of leaving the EU- was designed to hold Mrs May to Vote Leave's pledge.
It was Defeated 337 to 288. These are the people who voted against it.
"09.02.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Weather reports of a 'deep freeze' are greatly exaggerated Don't hang up your puffer jacket just yet. Temperatures are set to drop this week as cold air from Scandinavia hits the UK. However to quote Captain Mainwa To quote Captain Mainwaring, “don't panic!” Those “cold-ageddon” headlines greatly exaggerate the forecast conditions.
"09.02.2017 09:50:39" inews.co.uk I'm a female war photographer and I've been kidnapped twice Leading female journalists are urging teenage girls to trust in their ability to balance a successful career with motherhood - even when that profession in After surviving being kidnapped for a second time, American photojournalist Lynsey Addario decided to have a child.
"09.02.2017 09:03:44" inews.co.uk Brexit bill: How MPs voted An overwhelming number of MPs voted in favour of triggering Article 50 on Wednesday night, as cheers rang out in the House of Commons amongst Brexiteer MPs In total there were 494 to 122 votes in favour and the Bill now passes to the House of Lords for approval. However not all MPs were happy about the result in the Commons.
Here are the MPs who voted against triggering Article 50, many of them arguing
"09.02.2017 08:00:04" inews.co.uk Now the Brexit Bill has been backed by MPs, what next? The Brexit Bill now passes to the House of Lords where it could face a rougher ride than in the Commons. Peers will start discussing the measure on 20 Febr Proceedings will be trickier for ministers in the Upper House as they cannot rely on a Tory majority
"09.02.2017 07:22:40" inews.co.uk The real Mr Darcy is revealed - and he doesn't look like Colin Firth The sight of Colin Firth emerging from a lake in his soaking white shirt defined Mr Darcy as a romantic heartthrob. But Jane Austen's fictional character w A bit like.. the lovechild of Benedict Cumberbatch and Alan Duncan?
"08.02.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk How attempts to amend the Brexit Bill failed one by one Before the Brexit Bill was given its third (and final) reading, opposition MPs made a series of attempts to amend the historic legislation. One by one they All the amendments MPs tried to make to the Brexit bill in full
"08.02.2017 22:15:01" inews.co.uk Brexit moves a step nearer as Article 50 Bill is backed by MPs The Bill authorising Theresa May to begin the process of pulling Britain out of the European Union cleared the Commons on Wednesday night with a massive ma As the final votes were counted, SNP MPs were rebuked by the deputy speaker, Lindsay Hoyle, as they hummed Ode to Joy, the EU anthem.
"08.02.2017 21:31:00" Timeline Photos Wikipedia editors have voted to ban the use of Daily Mail articles as a source for anything on the site due to the paper's "reputation for poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication."
The ban- which includes all but exceptional
"08.02.2017 21:00:04" Timeline Photos Have you ever received a love letter?
Send us your letters, school notes, texts, emails and coffee cups to be part of a Valentine's Day feature. We're looking for heartwarming, heartbreaking, funny, and dramatic examples, along with photos. Email
"08.02.2017 20:22:52" inews.co.uk Apple CEO Tim Cook: don't work just to make money The CEO of the world's richest company has told an audience of Scottish students they should not work for the sake of earning money. Tim Cook, the head of “My advice to all of you is: don't work for money – it will wear out fast, or you'll never make enough to ever be happy,” he said. “You have to find the intersection of doing something you're passionate about and at the same time something that is in the
"08.02.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk The companies that encourage staff to exercise during working hours Many of us now lead a "sedentary lifestyle" in the office. But some companies are encouraging employees to exercise during office hours. Should this be encouraged more? Would your work allow it?
"08.02.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk TV classic Roots returns tonight, in a new remake BBC Four hosts the highly-anticipated new adaptation. A timely comeback for the thought-provoking tale.
"08.02.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk UK's young people 'among lowest for mental well-being' Young people in the UK have some of the lowest mental well-being in the developed world, according to a major new study. An in-depth survey of more than 20 Only Japan scored lower
"08.02.2017 18:00:06" inews.co.uk Scotland is retraining Syrian refugee doctors to work for the NHS Doctors from Syria and other war-torn countries who travelled to Scotland as refugees are to be given the chance to start working for the NHS throug Doctors from Syria- who travelled to Scotland as refugees- are to be given the chance to start working for the NHS
"08.02.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Senator silenced for reading out letter from Martin Luther King widow Republican senators forced Democrat Elizabeth Warren to stop reading out a letter written by Martin Luther King's late widow as she presented a speech oppo Republican senators forced Democrat Elizabeth Warren to stop reading out a letter written by Martin Luther King's late widow.
"08.02.2017 16:15:29" inews.co.uk Tara Palmer-Tomkinson dies aged 45 from brain tumour Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, the television personality famed for her party-going lifestyle, has died, aged 45. Palmer-Tomkinson, who was Prince Charles's God-da Palmer-Tomkinson, who was Prince Charles's God-daughter, had been diagnosed with a brain tumour last January
"08.02.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Microsoft, Google and Amazon donated to Donald Trump's inauguration Technology giants Microsoft, Google and Amazon donated money and services to Donald Trump's inauguration prior to the president's controversial travel ban, Microsoft reportedly donated $250,000 and technology in equal value to the Presidential Inaugural Committee on 28 December last year, while Google and Amazon gave unspecified amounts
"08.02.2017 15:15:02" inews.co.uk Apple Tree Yard author Louise Doughty on the BBC's adaptation The TV adaptation of Louise Doughty's 2013 novel Apple Tree Yard has been a hit for the BBC. She spoke to i about the book and the show. We spoke to the writer of Apple Tree Yard's source material, Louise Doughty, about what she made of the show.
"08.02.2017 14:30:00" Tory MP: Hardline Brexit MPs behaving like 'jihadis' Hardline Brexit MPs are behaving like 'jihadis,' Tory MP Claire Perry said in an attack on her colleagues
"08.02.2017 13:32:00" Jeremy Corbyn's triumph in PMQs today. PMQ's review: the one where Jeremy Corbyn slays https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/politics/prime-ministers-questions-went-right-jeremy-corbyn/
"08.02.2017 12:46:29" inews.co.uk 10 books to read if you're a fan of these 10 hit TV shows Has your favourite TV show come to an abrupt end? Here is a recommended reading guide inspired by hit TV shows. One for book lovers who also enjoy shows like Taboo, Line of Duty, Happy Valley and The Wire.
"08.02.2017 12:00:00" Anna Soubry throws her head in her hands in dismay 'No!'
Remainer and Conservative MP Anna Soubry throws her head in her hands in dismay as she clashes with John Redwood about Brexit in the Commons.
"08.02.2017 11:09:28" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon's vote on Article 50 was a clever piece of politics Nicola Sturgeon's decision to call a vote on the triggering of Article 50 in the Scottish Parliament might, on the face of it, seem like a bit of a waste o Very interesting...
"08.02.2017 10:17:28" inews.co.uk What on earth is a White Paper and why are they everywhere? White papers are making headlines left, right and centre. There's a Brexit white paper on exactly how should exit the EU, as well as a housing white paper, After all - isn't most paper white? Apart from post-its? White papers seem to be everywhere!
"08.02.2017 09:00:02" inews.co.uk Why Joe Root is the 'craptain' to his club mates Yorkshireman is the runaway favourite to replace Alastair Cook as England's Test captain. Richard Edwards talks to those who have already played under him He will hope the nickname won't stick when, as expected, he is named as Alastair Cook's successor as Test skipper.
"08.02.2017 08:00:02" inews.co.uk British Gas set to hit millions of customers with 9% price hike British Gas is set to to hit millions of households with inflation-busting price hikes of up to 9 per cent, provoking anger among energy campaigners and co That's £100 a year on the average bill.
"08.02.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk The Moorside review: Shannon Matthews story shows true cost of tragedy In 2008, the search for Shannon Matthews made headlines. The BBC's new two-part drama The Moorside shows it also shook a community. The script is true to the real-life story it is based on – one of kidnapping, pain and deception.
"08.02.2017 06:00:02" inews.co.uk To England via Australia and Ireland, Kiwi Te'o's travels are over Ben Te'o's journey towards being an England rugby union international is more devil-may-care than dream-come-true. The mightily-built centre's winning try Born in New Zealand. Played rugby league in Australia. Represented Samoa as an international. Switched codes in Ireland.
Now scoring the winning try in the Six Nations opener for England.
"08.02.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Olympic gold or No 1 song? Choice is easy for Sawyers By Mark Woods Day after day, Jazmin Sawyers puts in the dedicated graft which she hopes will eventually result in a pitch perfect performance. A little fin Jazmin Sawyers has been to the Olympics. She's also on the Voice. And she only gave up theatre because of time constraints.
Some people are just gifted.
"08.02.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Volcanoes affect sunsets and weather, but we're still learning how they do it From fiery sunsets to stormy weather, volcanic eruptions can have dramatic effects on the natural world, as a new Bodleian exhibition shows. Remember Eyjafjallajokull?
"08.02.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk How Noah Hawley became TV's most wanted writer It's hard to believe that the cheerful, unflustered man in front of me has not one but two major television series on the go, along with a big-screen adapt The man behind the Fargo TV series explains his latest effort to i
"08.02.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk How ministers plan to tackle the 'broken' housing market Moves to help young families struggling with the cost of buying or renting their home by boosting housebuilding levels have been set out by the Government. They'll force developers to move more quickly and make councils keep their plans up to date if the population is growing.
"07.02.2017 23:01:01" inews.co.uk The Moorside review: Shannon Matthews story shows the true cost of tragedy Sheridan Smith is excellent. Her performance hammers home the message that the story is not only about the incident itself, but how deeply it affects those around
"07.02.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Lonely widower finds fishing companion after advert goes viral Fisherman looking for a friend? A lonely widower in Australia has enjoyed the trip of a lifetime alongside a newly acquired friend after the advertisement A lonely widower in Australia has enjoyed the trip of a lifetime alongside a newly acquired friend after the advertisement for a fishing buddy he posted online went viral
"07.02.2017 22:02:54" inews.co.uk Theresa May offers olive branch to Tory rebels over Brexit - but it's not enough for some Theresa May defused a threatened Conservative rebellion after an apparent concession on when MPs will be able to vote on her eventual Brexit deal with Euro A former minister likened Brexiters to "jihadis"
"07.02.2017 21:15:00" inews.co.uk 'I was lucky I wasn't shot' - Simon Brodkin on his Donald Trump prank Simon Brodkin on his various brushes with the law, and the inspiration for his pranks. “The Scottish police kept telling me I was lucky not to have been shot." - Simon Brodkin talks about his many pranks, including Donald J. Trump
"07.02.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk Amazon Prime UK: animation that adults can also enjoy These acclaimed films are perfect for some inspired escapism. Animation isn't just for kids. It's also for big kids too.
"07.02.2017 20:32:02" inews.co.uk It's an outrage that people are outraged about David Beckham It's a rum old world we live in, all right, one in which I find myself increasingly baffled by the outrage and condemnation that is breaking around us on a Simon Kelner doesn't understand what David Beckham has done to deserve this treatment.
"07.02.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk You need to have the 'porn talk' with your children Pornography is everywhere. I know it, you know it, but most importantly, your kid knows it, or will soon enough. The question of whether pornography should School school sex ed has not caught up with the non-biological part of sex, nor the new realities of online porn.
"07.02.2017 19:32:00" inews.co.uk Girls drop sciences because of parent pressure, say teachers More than half of teachers say they have witnessed girls dropping subjects in the sciences due to pressure from their parents, research has shown. The stud Parents reinforce stereotypes too.
"07.02.2017 19:00:03" inews.co.uk 10 English Premier League flops now starring in Europe Around Europes' top leagues there are a number of ex-Premiership flops who are now scoring goals and repelling the best attacks. The ones that got away?