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"26.03.2017 17:55:59" inews.co.uk Ched Evans case triggers plan to stop sex lives being dug up in court Rape complainants will no longer be subjected to the “horrific” experience of having their sexual histories picked apart in court if a change to the law pr Ched Evans won his retrial after private investigators were hired to investigate the teenager's sexual conduct and two of her previous sexual partners gave evidence to the court.
If Harriet Harman gets her way, that won't happen again.
"26.03.2017 17:20:10" inews.co.uk Ian Birrell: Brexit is a farce, even before Theresa May triggers Article 50 There is a simplistic clarity to any act of insurgency. Rebellions can bring together armies of malcontents with very different views of the world, united At best Britain faces rock-hard Brexit, to dismay of most experts and major businesses.
"26.03.2017 16:28:18" inews.co.uk Railway companies unprepared for new £1 on Tuesday It will be all change in Britain on Tuesday when the new £1 coin enters circulation but millions of commuters could be left facing fresh chaos as it emerge Be warned: Virgin East Coast, Transport for London, Southern Rail, Chiltern Rail and more have failed to get their systems ready for the new pound.
"26.03.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Line Of Duty: a handy plot refresher for series four When a TV show returns after a sizeable absence, it can be hard to remember exactly where things left off. So we're here to help. It's back. Get yourself up to speed ahead of tonight's first episode.
"26.03.2017 14:50:42" inews.co.uk Amber Rudd has a very odd way of talking about the internet Home Secretary Amber Rudd appeared on a number of political television shows on Sunday, talking about security, public safety, terrorism and technology. He Get rid of locks on doors to stop terrorists locking themselves behind closed doors and yes, terrorists can't hide.
But other people's houses become more vulnerable too.
"26.03.2017 13:38:50" inews.co.uk Ukip to mass mail everyone in Clacton to pressure Carswell Ukip plans to write to every household in Clacton asking if they want a by-election after MP Douglas Carswell quit the party All is not well between Ukip's former MP and Nigel Farage, who "wanted to kick him out in 2015 for being disloyal, working against us".
"26.03.2017 11:24:47" inews.co.uk Blair on remaining in Europe: 'Where there's a will there's a way' Tony Blair has insisted that Brexit can be reversed even once Article 50 is triggered, saying: "Where there is a will, there will be a way found." The form “It's never been triggered before, we're in virgin territory whichever way you look at it.
“I think if it becomes clear, for example if MPs come back from their constituencies saying now we see what the impact is, our constituents are getting very
"26.03.2017 10:30:41" inews.co.uk Amber Rudd: WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption must end It is "completely unacceptable" that the British security services are unable to access information exchanged by users on popular messaging services such a Taking aim at tech companies
"26.03.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hardy is providing the ultimate Mother's Day gift tonight Will there be enigmatic grunts? Happy Mother's Day!
"26.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Interview: Warsi blames Gove for alienating Muslims Sayeeda Warsi hits out at the way Britain's Muslim communities have been targeted over terrorism by anti-extremism policies Tory peer Sayeeda Warsi hits out at the way Britain's Muslim communities have been targeted over terrorism - by policies influenced by her former colleague Michael Gove
"26.03.2017 07:43:01" Timeline Photos This is what Cruse bereavement services have put out for Mother's Day. Just in case you need it.
"26.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Brexit protesters bring flowers in tribute to terror attack victims Many of those taking part in Saturday's anti-Brexit protest in London brought flowers to pay tribute to the victims of Wednesday's terror attack. As the Un A minute's silence was held at the start of the pro-EU rally in Parliament Square to remember the victims of Wednesday's terror attack
"26.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk My son has two mums and a dad It's Mother's Day again, and, while I have never produced a human from the miraculous workings of my own fair body, I believe I deserve a stake in Hallmark's profitable day of appreciation.
"26.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk iQuiz: Put your general knowledge to the test Think you know it all? Find out
"26.03.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Retirement at 70 on the way for people in their twenties People under the age of 30 are unlikely to retire before the age 70, a Government-comissioned review has concluded. In your twenties? You're unlikely to retire before the age of 70
"26.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: 20 tough questions on Midsomer Murders Gently compelling and ever-so-slightly silly crime drama Midsomer Murders celebrates 20 years on UK screens today. An ideal time for fans to test their kno Think you know all there is to know about Midsomer Murders? Test yourself with our quiz
"26.03.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Bolton Wanderers FC charged free school £600k in rent and bills The school, which has since been judged to be “inadequate” by Ofsted, is now due to close in August due to financial concerns.
The Bolton Wanderers Free School opened in September 2014 but due to low pupil numbers, it was deemed to be “financially
"25.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Why isn't anyone a lesbian anymore? The lesbian disappearing act is a regular routine these days.
"25.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk David Lammy: Comic Relief perpetuates patronising images of poor people in Africa David Lammy has criticised Comic Relief for its portrayal of Africa during fundraising efforts for Red Nose Day. The biennial telethon fundraising event, l The Labour MP for Tottenham accused organisers of pushing a narrative of African people as pitiful figures instead of people who should be respected.
"25.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk NHS funded IVF treatment: how Scotland compares to rest of UK Scotland has introduced a “gold standard” of three NHS funded cycles of IVF treatment. People from the rest of the UK, where IVF access has been steadily reduced in recent years, could not go there for further cycles if they have already had treatment –
"25.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk A subdued summit in Rome to celebrate the EU's 60 years Despite six decades of peace and prosperity, the EU is creaking. Buffeted by Brexit, nursing an enduring economic hangover, and mired in malaise, the EU is hoping the summit could be the moment it reboots itself. But the mood is so jittery that the
"25.03.2017 19:00:27" inews.co.uk The Sheffield nightclubs we loved and lost The Steel City might be densely populated with a wide range of pubs and clubs nowadays, but it wasn't always like this. Sticky carpets, queues at the phone bank and £1 pints – cast your mind back to the Sheffield nightclubs that may be gone but are definitely not forgotten.
"25.03.2017 17:52:35" inews.co.uk Muslim faith leaders hold unity rally in Birmingham “For too long, we've had terrorist and extremists in all communities, in Muslim and non-Muslim, who try to define us.
“The figures of far-right extremists do not define the British values that we hold.
“Those people who are Daesh and Isis do not
"25.03.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Royal Albert Hall lifts 1967 ban on Yoko Ono's naked Bottoms movie When the Royal Albert Hall was invited to screen a film by Yoko Ono, featuring 80 minutes of naked buttocks, the buttoned-up venue slapped a ban on her “way-out” work.
But 50 years later, the Japanese artist will finally be allowed to fill the royal
"25.03.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The best banners from London's anti-Brexit march Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters marched through central London to Parliament on Saturday
"25.03.2017 14:57:24" inews.co.uk Laptop and electronics ban: what am I allowed to take on a plane? A US and UK ban on laptops on some flights from the Middle East has come into effect today
"25.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Ukip loses its only MP as Douglas Carswell quits party - statement in full “Ukip might not have managed to win many seats in Parliament, but in a way we are the most successful political party in Britain ever.”
"25.03.2017 13:00:01" inews.co.uk Tom Watson: Nicola Sturgeon 'willingly' passed austerity onto Glasgow The Labour deputy leader said the SNP was “willingly” passing on austerity from Westminster that had resulted in cutbacks in Glasgow, which Ms Sturgeon has represented since 2007.
"25.03.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Why we launched a fine dining restaurant in a shipping container Gimmick or not, a gourmet restaurant in a shipping container has put Kelham Island on the map. The unique Sheffield restaurant has already been awarded two AA rosettes.
"25.03.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Stocks and Shares Isas - everything you need to get started How to make your money make money
"25.03.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 new Manchester bars and restaurants to try this spring From space age Asian dining to the city's first dedicated sherry bar, Manchester isn't short of enticing new options for drinking and dining. You're almost guaranteed to find some new favourites on this list.
"25.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Jean-Claude Juncker: Theresa May is not an elephant In an interview with BBC Europe Editor Katya Adler, the President of the European Commission spoke about Britain's financial obligations to the EU as he addressed the fact that leaders will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European Union without
"25.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk How to earn £250 simply by opening a new Isa - but hurry As the end of the tax year approaches, finance providers are clamouring to persuade savers to make the most of their Isa allowance by opening an account with them.
"25.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk What should MI5 do next? Having thwarted 13 Islamist terror plots in less than four years, MI5 and the police failed to stop Khalid Masood carry out a mass murder in the heart of Westminster just yards from where Theresa May had been addressing the House of Commons. But had
"25.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk A chocolate lover's guide to Leeds For the majority of us, there aren't many things in life that beat the taste of chocolate. Leeds has plenty of places for feeding a chocolate addiction.
"25.03.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk How to live a vegan lifestyle in Edinburgh From plant-based cafes to wholesome health food shops, Edinburgh is full of businesses that make it easier to live a vegan lifestyle. Here's our guide to animal-free eating, drinking and shopping...
"25.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk We need to change divorce law to stop people from being trapped in 'loveless' marriages Tini Owens, 66, has lost an appeal against a family court judge's decision to refuse to grant her a divorce from her husband of 40 years, Hugh Owen, 78.
"25.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Dairy industry raises glass to burglary-foiling milkman In the decades since he began delivering milk, he has acted as the eyes and ears of his community, in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, foiling a string of robberies and even saving several people's lives.
"25.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk After tragedy, our gun laws make us proud to be British What is needed in the face of extremism is moderation, and what we look for in our leaders is perspective. Not enough attention has been directed, for instance, towards an aspect of this incident that should make us all proud to be British: our gun laws.
"25.03.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk Teachers 'should not use punishment' to discipline pupils Bill Rogers, a former teacher, lecturer and one of the world's foremost voices on pupil behaviour, believes schools must stop dishing out sanctions in a bid to “control” their pupils.
Instead, Mr Rogers argues teachers should talk to their students about
"25.03.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Too many posh actors? Blame the drama schools The Hiddlestons, Hollanders and Redmaynes of this world continue to proliferate as healthily on screen as they do on the front benches of the House of Commons.
"24.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Life is a slick Alien clone that musters some genuine terror Flawed, but worth seeing if you're a genre fan. In space, no-one can hear you nick the basic set-up from Alien – and throw in bits of Gravity for good measure.
Still, Jake Gyllenhaal somehow manages to sneak one of his signature indie oddball characters into a mainstream film.
"24.03.2017 22:01:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump's reaction to healthcare act defeat - in full Donald Trump is used to 'win, win, winning,' as he told the US electorate repeatedly throughout his Presidential campaign.
But the President got a taste of losing on Friday when his bid to repeal Obamacare was withdrawn from the House floor ahead of
"24.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk The Daily Mash to launch BBC comedy series Can The Daily Mash solve the UK's TV satire crisis?
"24.03.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk The Good Fight: will it satisfy Good Wife fans? Brace yourselves for more legal and political intrigue. After seven long seasons filled with affairs, courtroom drama and a lot of Alan Cumming, The Good Wife came to an end.
Now a new spin-off series, The Good Fight, is about to air on UK screens.
"24.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk The pioneering US activist who fought for atheist rights For twenty-three years Madalyn Murray O'Hair, founder of American Atheists, wore the title 'The Most Hated Woman in America' like a badge of honour. The most hated woman in America?
As a new biopic lands, we delve into the life and legacy of Madalyn Murray O'Hair.
"24.03.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Simon Reeve: I've never forgotten what it's like to earn £2.17 an hour Before he began plying his trade as a journalist, Simon Reeve had never visited a foreign country. "I know what it's like to not have purpose and meaning in life."
"24.03.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Baroness Warsi blames Michael Gove for alienating Muslims Just hours before the Westminster attack, Tory peer Sayeeda Warsi hit out at the way Britain's Muslim communities have been targeted over terrorism by policies influenced by former colleague Michael Gove.
“If Michael had been left to run this
"24.03.2017 17:00:01" inews.co.uk Lily Cole: Europe's response to the refugee crisis is Orwellian "The idea that governments would not only fail to provide support but actually actively try and stop ordinary people from providing support – you kind of feel like you're almost in an Orwellian novel at that point. It feels unbelievable.”
"24.03.2017 16:15:00" inews.co.uk Effective anti-aging pill could be just three years away Experiments in mice suggest a treatment could soon be possible that would slow down ageing by improving the cells' ability to repair DNA damage caused by old age. Human trials will begin within six months.
"24.03.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 dreamy honeymoon destinations in the Caribbean Engaged or not, here are some droolworthy holiday destinations for your bucket list.
"24.03.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk In defence of journalists asking to use your social media footage "The line between journalists and citizens has become increasingly blurred. But used wisely, this new era of co-operation between journalists and members of the public should enhance mutual trust in an era of 'fake news'."
"24.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk The Daily Mail fundamentally misunderstands what Google is Google is not the internet.
"24.03.2017 13:15:00" inews.co.uk How one money savvy father saved more than £100,000 for each of his two young children "I'll carry on saving for them for as long as I can afford it. It's my responsibility. Doesn't every parent want to give their children the best opportunities and start in life?”
Kevin Taylor may be a "hardcore" investment banker, but by making the most
"24.03.2017 12:28:31" inews.co.uk Simon Jenkins: BBC gave terrorism too much publicity Simon Jenkins has said the BBC has chosen to opt with the terrorists by giving the Westminster attack so much publicity. He suggested that the attack, in w “You have a choice of prominence and the prominence given to them now, I think, is aiding and abetting terrorism. I really feel that,” the columnist and former newspaper editor told Evan Davis on BBC Newsnight.
Mr Jenkins' comments came during a
"24.03.2017 11:45:00" inews.co.uk Men more likely to lose their jobs to robots than women Robots are more likely to replace jobs typically carried out by men than women, a report has found. One third of UK jobs stand to be affected by automation within the next 15 years, with transportation, storage, manufacturing and retail industries most
"24.03.2017 10:54:42" inews.co.uk Everyone can help solve the famine in South Sudan "People need to keep believing that Oxfam can help, and continue to donate. We must believe that the people of South Sudan deserve better than just survival – we must keep pushing for peace. If the south Sudanese people can be hopeful, I think it's time
"24.03.2017 09:56:48" inews.co.uk British Muslims raise over £20,000 for London terror attack victims and families "No matter how hard extremists on all sides try to divide us, at times of crisis communities have shown that they will come together and help one another."
"24.03.2017 09:42:47" inews.co.uk Met Police slam armchair critics and his name is Adrian: update from press conference Friday morning Khalid Masood's full birthname was Adrian Russell Ajao, the acting deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said in an early morning press confer Khalid Masood's full birthname was Adrian Russell Ajao, the acting deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said in an early morning press conference, in which he also blasted “armchair critics” for “nonsense” questions.
"24.03.2017 08:45:00" Timeline Photos Met Police have said that the Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao.
"24.03.2017 08:16:54" inews.co.uk After tragedy, our gun laws make us proud to be British "What is needed in the face of extremism is moderation, and what we look for in our leaders is perspective. Not enough attention has been directed, for instance, towards an aspect of this incident that should make us all proud to be British: our gun laws.
"24.03.2017 07:31:11" Timeline Photos Police patrolling Brixton Station after the Westminster attack were given this letter by school pupils:
"Thank you so much for everything you do for us."
"24.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Security at Houses of Parliament to be reviewed Cahal Milmo and Nigel Morris Security at the gates to the Houses of Parliament targeted in the terror attack which left an unarmed policeman dead is set to A former Cabinet minister said the attack raised the question of whether officers who are currently unarmed at prominent locations should be given weapons
"24.03.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Channel 4 contestants return from Eden to find no audience It's an entire year since 23 people were dispatched to the Scottish wilderness and challenged with building a new society from scratch. But now the last vo It's an entire year since 23 people were dispatched to the Scottish wilderness and challenged with building a new society from scratch.
But now the last volunteers have returned to civilisation and the biggest shock they received wasn't Brexit or
"24.03.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk London defiant: thousands attend vigil to 'stand up for what's right' Thousands of people - native Londoners and visitors alike - stood shoulder to shoulder in Trafalgar Square on Thursday evening to show solidarity with the The vigil, led by London's Mayor, Sadiq Khan, attracted people of all ages, races and backgrounds who came to pay their respects, reflect on this week's events and reaffirm their allegiance to the “astoundingly beautiful” capital
"23.03.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk Smut slams: what I learned judging erotic spoken word It's just gone seven o'clock on a Tuesday night. I'm eating mac and cheese, and trying to decide which real life sex story to share with a group of strangers. Stories range from 'The first time I died during sex' to 'The first time I accidentally tried BDSM'.
"23.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk 'My polygamous marriage has made me a better person' Suzie Morrison is in a polygamous marriage. She lives with her husband, Abel, and his two other wives – and says their domestic arrangement has made her a Suzie Morrison lives with her husband - and his two other wives - under one roof. Together they have 12 children.
Their domestic arrangement might sound strange, but Suzie says it has made her less selfish and more in tune with others' needs.
"23.03.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Legion: the most gloriously demented TV show in years Pushing the envelope is now a small screen necessity. And Fargo's show-runner has done it again here. This show is definitely not for everyone. But that's precisely the point.
"23.03.2017 22:00:52" Timeline Photos Friday's front page of i:
London defiant // British attacker fell off MI5 radar
"23.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Fifth Westminster attack victim dies in hospital By Cahal Milmo and Nigel Morris A massive police operation was continuing across the country on Thursday night as counter-terrorism officers sought to shut Police have confirmed that a 75-year-old man who was being treated in hospital had life support removed
"23.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk The psychological reasons we crave 90s nostalgia Chances are you'll have seen at least one earnest love letter to the 90s in recent weeks. Pop culture reboots, as it turns out, may even be therapeutic. "As strange as it might seem, the return of Power Rangers may be giving strength to a generation at a time when they most need it."
"23.03.2017 20:30:00" MP reads out supportive tube sign message That awkwardly British moment when an MP reads out a supportive tube sign in the Commons following the attack on Westminster, but it transpires the sign was made-up by someone on the internet
"23.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Midsomer Murders quiz: test your knowledge as the show turns 20 Gently compelling and ever-so-slightly silly crime drama Midsomer Murders celebrates 20 years on UK screens today. Q: Martine McCutcheon's character was murdered with...?
a) A leg of lamb
b) A prize-winning marrow
c) A wheel of cheese
"23.03.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Going self-employed: how to know it's the right time If you're thinking of leaving your current job, this might be useful. Making the transition to freelancer or even business-owner can be extremely daunting.
So we asked experts, and those with direct experience, for advice.
"23.03.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Westminster attacker was father and 'bodybuilder' with criminal past The killer responsible for the Westminster terrorist rampage was a 52-year-old Briton with a history of serious violence who was once investigated by M15 f Khalid Masood, 52, was a father-of-three who went by a number of aliases. He had a lengthy criminal record and multiple convicts for assault, including GBH and possession of offensive weapons
"23.03.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk 'PC Keith Palmer saved my life - he shouldn't be forgotten' A former colleague of Keith Palmer has paid tribute to the police officer who was killed in the Wesminster terror attack, saying that he saved her life fol 'PC Palmer actually cared about his job. He didn't just go to do the job to get paid, he actually cared about the people, he really did… An absolutely lovely man. Everyone is going to really miss him.'
"23.03.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Brendan Cox: After a tragedy, I choose to remember the heroes and the victims "What I know is that the man who did this is no more representative of British Muslims than the man who killed Jo was representative of white men from Yorkshire. Both were extremists, both were terrorists and both should be judged for what they did, not
"23.03.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Women shouldn't feel betrayed when another woman loses weight "It's time to stop using one another's bodies as benchmarks of our own attractiveness, or treating them like they're our business. They're neither."
"23.03.2017 16:15:00" inews.co.uk Don't call Melania Trump just another Stepford Wife "Concerns that Melania is a Stepford Wife and not her own woman is something she has really bristled at. Perhaps she is making the point that a woman can be strong and even a feminist in a variety of different ways.
"She could be saying, 'Just because I
"23.03.2017 15:30:57" Timeline Photos Jess Phillips MP has given copies of this letter to children from the Holy Family Catholic Primary School in her Birmingham Yardley constituency, thanking them for "being brilliant" during the Parliament lockdown.
"23.03.2017 15:00:00" Timeline Photos Powerful words from Brendan Cox in the aftermath of the attack on Westminster. In full here: http://trib.al/IFhgTmB
"23.03.2017 14:15:00" inews.co.uk Kate Winslet: I was bullied and told to settle for 'fat girl' parts Kate Winslet has spoken about the bullying she suffered at school and urged young people to put down their phones and wean themselves off an obsession with Kate Winslet: “I had been bullied at school. They called me Blubber. Teased me for wanting to act.
"Locked me in the cupboard. Laughed at me. I wasn't the prettiest, I had big feet.
“And I was even told that I, 'might be lucky with my acting, if I was
"23.03.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Better access to work experience is key to social mobility Two thirds of businesses look for work experience when hiring entry level positions, but only 38 per cent will offer it. "For some, the first step on the ladder will be provided by family, friends and school networks. Fantastic for them. But if the chance to enter the workplace is dependent on experience and experience tends to go to those with connections, what happens to
"23.03.2017 12:46:00" inews.co.uk Police officers remember the first time they called for Urgent Assistance "These are the kind of people I serve alongside. Bloody hell, I'm proud of them. Next time you see a police officer, thank them for what they do…"
The most extraordinary insight into the working lives of the women and men who stand on the Thin Blue Line.
"23.03.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May's speech in full: 'You will not defeat us' "Beyond these walls today – in scenes repeated in towns and cities across the country – millions of people are going about their days and getting on with their lives.
"The streets are as busy as ever. The offices full. The coffee shops and cafes
"23.03.2017 11:09:00" inews.co.uk How you can help in the wake of the Westminster attack Police advice: Don't name the attacker.
"23.03.2017 10:45:00" Tube messages of support for London commuters Messages of support, encouragement and warmth greeted London commuters this morning.
"23.03.2017 10:25:47" inews.co.uk What police tell us about the terror investigation so far The Metropolitan Police Service have cancelled all annual leave, officers are working longer shifts and more firearms officers have been deployed around London after the terror attack in Westminster.
"23.03.2017 09:45:00" inews.co.uk Hero MP Tobias Ellwood issued extremism warning only weeks ago Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood has been hailed a “hero” for attempting to save the life of the police officer killed in the Westminster terror attack.
Speaking in an interview just weeks ago, he said the “biggest threat facing Britain today” was
"23.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk MP's heroism the right front cover None of us ever knows how we would react. As crowds of people fled from the attacker in Westminster yesterday, Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood raced Editor: The front page should carry a story – not be a story – and it is better to reflect on people's views, change and apologise, than to repent at leisure. I regret it: we never look to gratuitously shock or offend, and generally try to protect readers
"23.03.2017 08:15:40" Timeline Photos This is why we love London.
(Thank you to the staff at Tower Hill Station.)
"23.03.2017 08:12:04" inews.co.uk Six Scots women who are making their mark on London's tech scene - The i newspaper online iNews Here are just some of the many Scotswomen who are making their mark on the capital Six of the best: Scots women marking their mark on London HP
"23.03.2017 08:00:16" inews.co.uk Eyewitness accounts of the Westminster attack The injured lay where they fell, some prostrate and unconscious, others crying for help as others ran to their side. Eyewitness accounts of the Westminster attack: 'I see all the bodies on the bridge… I see blood'
"23.03.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Channel 4 News accuses man still in prison of Westminster attack Channel 4 was forced to suspend its news programme on its +1 channel last night after falsely naming Westminster terror attack suspect as someone currently held in prison.
"23.03.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk London terror attack: The latest in more than 20 attacks in Europe since the start of 2015 More than 300 people have died and 1,200 injured in more than 20 terror attacks across Europe since the start of 2015. Seventeen people including a number More than 300 people have died and 1,200 injured in more than 20 terror attacks across Europe since the start of 2015.
"23.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Westminster attack was calculated to paralyse London's political core In the House of Commons, MPs had begun debating changes to pension legislation. Outside on Westminster Bridge, tourists mingled with officials shuttling be In the House of Commons, MPs had begun debating changes to pension legislation. Outside on Westminster Bridge, tourists mingled with officials shuttling between meetings. Then, moments after a grey 4×4 had begun its journey across the Thames, this scene
"23.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Chinese textbooks to be offered to UK schools in bid to raise standards UK schools will from September be offered Chinese maths textbooks in a bid to raise standards. Schools in the UK have already adopted China's teaching techniques in the subject, and now for the first time they will be able to use textbooks translated from
"23.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Power Rangers reboot: fans of the TV show won't be disappointed This colourful teen superhero adventure also wraps itself in a warm blanket of affection for classic '80s teen movies. Prepare for a nostalgia overdose
"22.03.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk Thames Water pumped 1.5 bn litres of untreated sewage into Thames “If you haven't eaten it and it isn't lavatory paper, don't put it down the lavatory. Simple,” said Judge Francis Sheridan.
“What are people doing putting sheets down the lavatory? It's inexplicable how people can be so stupid."
"22.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Cannabis could help treat stress, PTSD and phobias The calming benefits of cannabis will come as no surprise to those who enjoy the odd spliff.
"22.03.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Trolls target Mexican journalist in Westminster attack hoax A Mexican journalist has been targeted by trolls falsely claiming she was missing in an attack at Westminster Bridge in London. An attacker mowed down pede The tweets falsely claimed to be from family members saying she was outside Parliament when the attack took place.
"22.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Tate Modern is getting a new sculpture - and it's made of fog Meet Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya, who has been making artworks out of thin air for almost half a century. Tomorrow, she unveils her first London fog work on the terrace of Tate Modern.
"22.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump Jr takes aim at Sadiq Khan over terrorism comments Donald Trump Jr. has taken aim at Mayor of London Sadiq Khan over comments he made about terrorism in an old interview. It comes as an attacker killed thre Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said in an old interview that the threat of terror attacks were “part and parcel of living in a big city”.
Mr Trump Jr. commented: “You have to be kidding me?!”
"22.03.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk The real reason behind the Sun and Daily Mail's two-faced reaction to Martin McGuinness Was Martin McGuinness an unrepentant terrorist or a revered peacemaker? It depends on which side of the Irish Sea you buy your tabloid newspaper.
Is it hypocritical for newspapers to condemn “terrorists” in one edition, whilst presenting a contrasting
"22.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk The Trip To Spain: Brydon and Coogan are back With the new series airing in two weeks' time, here's everything you need to know. Brace yourselves for more impression battles, inventive car singing and bickering in sun-soaked locales.
"22.03.2017 19:35:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump offers Theresa May full US support as the world reacts to Westminster terror attack Donald Trump has led world leaders in condemning the attack and has offered the "full support" of the US to the Metropolitan Police in its investigation. M The President's spokesman Sean Spicer said the White House applauded "the quick response of British police and first responders" and said Mr Trump was monitoring developments.
"22.03.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Obama's former speechwriter launches podcast for the Trump era Politically-engaged podcast fans may already be familiar with Jon Lovett. Now, he's back with a new satirical show. The hero America needs?
"22.03.2017 18:44:42" inews.co.uk What happened to Theresa May minutes after Westminster attack Having completed her weekly appearance at Prime Minister's Questions, Theresa May was still on the Westminster parliamentary estate when the suspected terr Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen said Prime Minster Theresa May was led away from the Commons by the “biggest security guard you have ever seen”.
"22.03.2017 17:40:00" Timeline Photos Full statement from Commander Harrington of the Metropolitan Police Service following the London terrorist incident:
"22.03.2017 17:20:00" inews.co.uk In pictures: Emergency services respond to Westminster stabbing Police, paramedics and nurses rushed to the scene of a terrorist attack on Parliament on Wednesday afternoon, after a policeman was stabbed and his apparen Nurses from St Thomas' Hospital, which stands opposite the Houses of Parliament on the other side of Thames, loaded blankets onto trolleys to help victims of the attack
"22.03.2017 17:00:00" Parliament suspended after Westminster attack. Moment parliament was suspended after Westminster attack.
"22.03.2017 16:46:37" Timeline Photos
"22.03.2017 16:30:52" inews.co.uk Travel advice after the Westminster Bridge and Houses of Parliament attack Police have asked people to stay away from the following areas:
- Parliament Square
- Westminster Bridge
- Lambeth Bridge
- Victoria Street up to the junction with Broadway Victoria
- Embankment up to Embankment tube
"22.03.2017 16:04:02" inews.co.uk What I saw from inside Westminster as the attack unfolded Our political editor Nigel Morris was in the i's office overlooking New Palace Yard when a loud crash rang through the air at around 2.45pm. This is what he saw and heard.
"22.03.2017 15:21:45" inews.co.uk Westminster attack: 'Assailant shot after stabbing police officer' An attacker who allegedly stabbed a police officer close to the Houses of Parliament has been shot, in what appears to be a major security incident. A man, BREAKING NEWS: We will be updating this as more information comes in.
"22.03.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk Good luck George Osborne - here's what it's really like to edit a newspaper Editing a national newspaper is certainly not a part time job. Former Independent editor Chris Blackhurst barely got any sleep.
"22.03.2017 14:25:00" Conservative MP criticises plans for parliament refurb Conservative MP on parliament restoration:
"In these times of austerity, we should not be front-loading billions of pounds worth of expenditure on ourselves."
"22.03.2017 14:11:46" inews.co.uk Six Scots women who are making their mark on London's tech scene - The i newspaper online iNews Here are just some of the many Scotswomen who are making their mark on the capital Six of the best: Scots women marking their mark on London HP
"22.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Lily Cole: Media suggests being sympathetic to refugees is 'unpatriotic' - it's not “Somehow some parts of the media have managed to convince people that having sympathy for refugees somehow makes one unpatriotic or uncaring of our own country's needs. That is a false choice. It is possible to be sympathetic to the refugees whilst
"22.03.2017 13:20:00" May brings up Corbyn's grammar school education May homes in on Corbyn's grammar school education during fierce school funding debate.
"Typical Labour - take the advantage and pull up the ladder behind them."
"22.03.2017 12:33:17" inews.co.uk Science is getting closer to making a love potion that actually works We are getting ever closer to learning how love works in the brain, which could lead to an interesting question: could we make love potions that actually work? And if we could, would it be ethical?
"22.03.2017 11:45:45" inews.co.uk Children with mental health problems are being held in police cells Children with mental health problems are being held in police cells, on adult wards, or moved to inpatient care out of their local area because of “serious gaps” in the system, a new report has found.
Some mental health services across England only offer
"22.03.2017 11:15:00" Photos from The i Paper's post David Attenboroughs name is trending, which always gives us a mild heart attack. But fear not, everybody's favourite wildlife presenter is alive and well, he's just had this ancient shrimp found in a 430-million-year-old fossil named after him.
"22.03.2017 10:52:52" We are live in the House of Lords with Baroness Sayeeda Warsi - a lawyer, politician and member of the Lords.
We're talking about her new book The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain.
"22.03.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk 'I have no pension but £37,000 in savings. I need financial help.' I am a 65-year-old woman with £37,000 in savings. My state pension is £133 and I have a tiny work pension of £6.26 a week. Am I entitled to pension credit and housing benefit?
"22.03.2017 09:45:00" inews.co.uk George Osborne's open letter to constituents on Evening Standard job George Osborne has written an open letter to his constituents in Tatton, Cheshire following his appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard. In th 'There is a long tradition of politics and journalism mixing. Meanwhile the hard work in the constituency continues unaffected'
"22.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Brexit - and Scotland - could give Wales a new perspective on union The more Theresa May talks about preserving the Union, the more precarious it seems. Even in Wales, where integration with England is centuries older than it is in Scotland or Ireland, there is the sense that attitudes are beginning to change...
"22.03.2017 08:26:21" Timeline Photos We received this distressing email in our inboxes this morning. Did anyone else rely on Waitrose to fund their coffee habit? What other tips do you have for bagging a free cuppa?
"22.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Paris Lees: Facts, not opinions, matter when it comes to transgender prisoners If the Daily Star is to be believed, child murderer Ian Huntley now wishes to be known as Lian Huntley and transferred to a women's prison. Not exactly gre "While so-called feminists go on and on about the hypothetical threat a handful of individuals may pose, we're out here dying."
Paris Lees writes powerfully in response to the 'debate' about trans prisoners.
"22.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Criminals should receive annual mental health checks, new guidelines state There were 199 suicides in prison between 2012 and 2014. More than two-thirds of these cases involved a person who had been identified as having a mental health problem.
Now, new guidelines say people in prison must receive the same level of care as
"22.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Resistance badges resemble concentration camp symbols - intentionally A new initiative has come under fire after launching a range of "resistance" symbols that resemble the badges used by the Nazis for their victims. The idea The anti-Trump symbols looks like Nazi badges. The people behind the campaign are aware of that - in fact, it's intentional.
"22.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Autistic people live half as long as everyone else People with autism live only half as long as the general population, according to a controversial new study. The average age at death for individuals with “Swimming ability for kids with autism is an imperative survival skill. With impaired communication and social skills, autistic kids tend to seek relief of their heightened anxiety from the serenity of water bodies."
"22.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Countries spent the money on 'drinks and women' says EU finance chief A Dutch finance minister who was at the centre of the eurozone crisis in Greece has provoked anger by suggesting southern European countries spent "all the Not a popular man in Greece, Spain, Portugal, etc...
"22.03.2017 00:45:00" inews.co.uk 13 exciting new Glasgow bars and restaurants to try this spring Mouthwatering.
"22.03.2017 00:15:00" inews.co.uk Unravelling the confusing tale of Richard Simmons Richard Simmons was social, and he appreciated his followers - but is that enough to prove that he would never choose a private life? The much talked about podcast has come to an end, but there's still a lot to mull over.
"21.03.2017 23:55:00" inews.co.uk How Fargo broke the mould for film-to-TV adaptations When FX announced its intention to reboot the cult Coen Brothers film, the reaction was mixed. But Fargo was different from previous movie to TV efforts. "TV can now offer the production values of cinema - but also so much more than film."
"21.03.2017 23:35:31" inews.co.uk Line Of Duty: a plot refresher for series four When a TV show returns after a sizeable absence, it can be hard to remember exactly where things left off. So we're here to help. Get yourself back up to speed before it returns this Sunday.
"21.03.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Inside No 9 review: wicked murder mystery forms a fitting series finale And Then There Were None with an art-world twist.
Shearsmith and Pemberton's talent for uncomfortable, riveting comic horror remains undimmed.
"21.03.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hardy will provide the ultimate Mother's Day gift this Sunday The actor, most recently seen playing roguish anti-hero James Delaney in Taboo, is reading another bedtime story. Tom Hardy is back on Cbeebies this Sunday.
It is not yet clear whether his reading will be punctuated by enigmatic grunts.
"21.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk What to expect from the iPhone 8, according to insiders It could cost more than £1,000.
"21.03.2017 20:35:20" inews.co.uk McGuinness is a reminder of a time when politics actually worked Here is a sentence I never thought I would write. What a pleasure to hear Tony Blair on the radio this morning. In discussing the impact and implications o The thing to remember about the Northern Ireland peace process is that here were political figures fighting FOR rather than ABOUT something”
"21.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Gove: 'I'd happily give thumbs up with Trump again' It was a picture that provoked more than a thousand words - few of them repeatable. Donald Trump, grinning, teeth glowing an unnatural white against his ne Michael Gove said he'd pose with Trump again because "there aren't many pictures of me that have gone viral, so you have to be grateful for the few that have.”
"21.03.2017 19:30:00" Met Office read weather in poem form The Met Office read the weather as a poem to celebrate World Poetry Day today.
This is our favourite line: "Cold winds, wintry showers.
Frost and ice, protect your flowers."
"21.03.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Ian Rankin: 'People don't want to meet me - they want to meet Rebus' "They go to the Oxford Bar looking for Rebus. They go to Arden Street looking for Rebus' flat, not mine." Crime author Ian Rankin looks back on 30 years of Rebus.
"21.03.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk Useful apps to improve your Netflix experience The following offer handy tools and additional insights. Critical ratings, recommendations from friends, and more.
"21.03.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk No teenager should be denied dignity during her period Children should not be missing school or stuffing socks in their underwear because their parents can't afford to buy them pads. Teachers should not be having to buy their pupils basic necessities. No teenager should be denied dignity, comfort and put at
"21.03.2017 17:15:00" inews.co.uk Channel 5 to evict Neighbours from British TV? Not on my watch! Rumours that the future of Neighbours is in jeopardy have prompted fans to do what the soap has taught us in times of strife: to band together as a community and fight for what we hold dear.
Let us take solace in the fact that even when things look
"21.03.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Martin McGuinness and the rare heart condition linked to his mother's home town It is thought that Martin McGuinness was suffering from a genetic form of amyloidosis linked to his mother's home town of Buncrana, County Donegal, where one in every 100 people possess the mutation that can lead to the disease.
"21.03.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Political cream whirl with parasites chosen for Fourth Plinth Heather Phillipson's giant whirl of cream topped with a cherry and parasites, signifying the world's “hubris and impending collapse”, will sit atop the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
The other public art work to grace the plinth will be
"21.03.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Volunatarily childless couples are facing 'anger, disapproval and disgust' The stigma attached to divorce, abortion and co-habitation has reduced sharply over the years. However, a new study suggests that the moral outrage prompted by couples who choose not to have to children is alive and well.
It's increasingly common to
"21.03.2017 14:15:00" inews.co.uk People in East Africa are tying rope around their stomachs to suppress hunger Sixteen million people are on the brink of starvation in East Africa, and famine has already been declared in South Sudan – the first instance across the world in six years. People are resorting to extreme measures to stay alive, but the worst could be
"21.03.2017 13:38:14" inews.co.uk The mystery of the disappearing lesbians The lesbian disappearing act is a regular routine these days. This week, Katy Perry opened up about her sexual identity at the Human Rights Commission Gala The lesbian disappearing act is a regular routine these days. Why?
"21.03.2017 12:41:54" inews.co.uk MP's Brexit coverage warning letter to the BBC - in full Seventy two MPs have written to the BBC accusing the broadcaster of falling “far short” of its public purpose to provide impartial news.
The letter, signed by 60 Tory MPs, eight DUP politicians, three Labour MPs and Ukip's Douglas Carswell, suggested
"21.03.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk Relatives of IRA terrorist victims react to death of Martin McGuinness Tributes have been paid to Martin McGuinness, the former IRA commander and deputy first minister of Northern Ireland, after he died, aged 66, from a rare heart condition.
Lord Tebbit, whose wife Margaret was left paralysed in the Brighton bombing, said
"21.03.2017 12:00:00" Germaine Greer calls for destruction of forest Germaine Greer calls for destruction of 19,000-hectare Thetford Forest
"21.03.2017 11:15:00" inews.co.uk George Galloway to stand in the Manchester Gorton by-election as an independent George Galloway has accused Labour of being a “divided, ineffective opposition” as he announced he will stand in the Manchester Gorton by-election - and cl George Galloway has accused Labour of being a “divided, ineffective opposition” and announced that he will stand in the Manchester Gorton by-election.
The former MP, who was expelled from Labour in 2003 and scored a stunning victory over the party when
"21.03.2017 11:00:00" Bessie the puppy loves snuggling under armpits Because it's Tuesday.
"21.03.2017 10:31:58" inews.co.uk Obese young men 'twice as likely to get liver cancer in later life' Men who are overweight in their late teens have a higher risk of developing liver cancer, a new study suggests.
Researchers discovered that overweight men were nearly 50 per cent more likely and obese men more than twice as likely to develop liver
"21.03.2017 09:48:35" inews.co.uk David Cameron: At least I don't have to listen to Trump wiretaps now Former Prime Minister David Cameron has dipped a wry toe into the increasingly labyrinthine row between the FBI, GCHQ, the White House, Downing Street, Don DC stirs things up a bit.
"21.03.2017 08:42:50" Martin McGuinness dead at 66 Martin McGuinness has died at the age of 66.
"21.03.2017 08:09:33" inews.co.uk Martin McGuinness leaves a legacy few would have thought possible In 1973, a young Irish republican stood in Dublin's Special Criminal Court and explained his beliefs as he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment after In 1973, a young Irish republican stood in Dublin's Special Criminal Court and explained his beliefs as he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment after being arrested beside a Ford Cortina packed with 110kg of explosives and 4,750 bullets.
"21.03.2017 07:34:50" The i Paper Mr McGuinness became deputy first minister in 2007. He stood alongside Democratic Unionist Party leaders Ian Paisley, Peter Robinson and Arlene Foster. In December of that year, Martin McGuinness used a visit to the White House to make an observation on Martin McGuinness has died
"21.03.2017 07:33:25" inews.co.uk Martin McGuinness dies aged 66 Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness, has died aged 66. It is thought he passed away from a rare heart condition. Mr McGuinness became deputy first minister in 2007. He stood alongside Democratic Unionist Party leaders Ian Paisley, Peter Robinson and Arlene Foster. In December of that year, Martin McGuinness used a visit to the White House to make an observation on
"21.03.2017 07:15:00" inews.co.uk Hay fever sufferers will be wanting to avoid these trees Don't be fooled by their beauty – if you're one of the UK's 19 million hay fever sufferers, these trees could ruin your day, and they're already starting to flower.
"21.03.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk UK named as fourth most promising global tech market Despite Brexit.
"21.03.2017 05:45:00" inews.co.uk Germaine Greer calls for felling of 19,000-hectare forest Germaine Greer has sowed the seeds of discord among nature lovers by dismissing the value of the UK's largest man-made lowland forest and calling for it to be destroyed.
"21.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk These female film directors were some of cinema's pioneers Some of the 'silent women' of early cinema – trailblazing performers, writers and directors - are largely forgotten today. Female filmmakers blazed a trail in early cinema.
So why have we forgotten them?
"21.03.2017 04:15:00" inews.co.uk Roman baths found in residential gardens 2,000 years on, taking a dip is sadly out of the question.
"21.03.2017 03:30:00" inews.co.uk The best luxury cars you might actually be able to afford We all want a little luxury, but a luxury car might be nearer than some of the other luxurious goods or services you may covet. New cars depreciate fast, and some of the losses incurred at this top end can be eye-watering in the first few years. Here are
"21.03.2017 02:45:00" inews.co.uk How much you will pay when new car tax hits in April New tax rules will end up costing motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April. The tax is intended to punish people who drive cars with high levels of emissions.
"21.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 newly-opened Manchester bars and restaurants to try From space age Asian dining to the city's first dedicated sherry bar, Manchester certainly isn't short of enticing new options for drinking and dining.
"21.03.2017 01:15:01" inews.co.uk Mercedes, BMW, Vauxhall and Lamborghini recall cars Models from supercar manufacturer Lamborghini, premium brands BMW and Mercedes, and Vauxhall are among vehicles that were recalled over safety issues last month. Check that your car isn't on the list:
"21.03.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk This Country's Kerry is the best female character on television Kerry may be the most interesting female character on television right now, not least because her character's storylines have nothing to do with her feminity, or lack of it. She isn't hemmed in by some overarching romantic storyline, and the fact that her
"20.03.2017 23:45:01" inews.co.uk Why we find films set in space so terrifying, according to a horror academic “In space, no-one can hear you scream."
"20.03.2017 23:00:01" inews.co.uk The secret behind the sperm's epic journey to the egg It's undoubtedly the most momentous journey any of us will ever make – and yet we were far too young to remember it.
Now, scientists can explain the mystery behind the epic, often treacherous, swim that begins all of our lives, as the sperm responsible
"20.03.2017 22:15:00" inews.co.uk Google apologises for placing adverts alongside extremist YouTube videos Google has apologised for placing ads alongside extremist YouTube content after Marks and Spencer became the latest big brand to pull its advertising.
The Times recently revealed that hate preachers, rape apologists and anti-Semites have been receiving
"20.03.2017 21:30:01" inews.co.uk Everything studying data has taught me about love Steve Carter's job as chief scientist at dating website eHarmony is to work out what, statistically, makes for a lasting relationship.
By looking at the preferences of over 10,000 married couples, his team reckon they can statistically predict which
"20.03.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May to trigger Brexit process on 29 March Britain will begin the two-year countdown to leaving the European Union on 29 March when Theresa May takes the historic step of triggering Article 50.
The Prime Minister's move comes nine months after the referendum result in favour of Brexit, and sets
"20.03.2017 20:00:00" 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. The biggest shows coming to terrestrial, Sky and streaming.
Here's our updated guide.
"20.03.2017 19:30:00" Throwaway bottles are 'destroying marine life' Throwaway bottles are 'destroying marine life'
"20.03.2017 18:30:01" inews.co.uk 10 ways to save money at the cinema Going to the cinema is an increasingly expensive business. But it needn't be that way. Here are some top tips to make your trip to the movies cheaper. 2. Don't go 3D
...but if you have to...
3. Keep the glasses
"20.03.2017 18:00:00" Osborne jokes during urgent question about ES editor role Osborne jokes in the Commons: "it's important to be here - but unfortunately we've missed the deadline for the Evening
"20.03.2017 17:30:01" inews.co.uk Neighbours may soon be axed from British TV screens Talks between Neighbours producers and Channel 5 have reportedly stalled, which could lead to the much-loved soap moving channels or ceasing to air altogether.
The Change.org petition to save it has racked up more than 7,500 signatures so far.
"20.03.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Confessions of a GP's receptionist Being a GP's receptionist means you're on the NHS frontline. Kiran Sidhu explains what the job has taught her about life, death and medicine. "The phone at a doctors' surgery rings incessantly; it carries on ringing in my head, even when I'm at home.
"Who or what lies on the other end can be anyone's guess; tales of failed suicide attempts, a toddler who has swallowed a crayon, an overly
"20.03.2017 16:00:00" FBI confirms they are investigating Russian government FBI Director: FBI are investigating "Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election."
"20.03.2017 15:39:05" inews.co.uk Inside the Flying Eye Hospital as it embarks on its latest global sightsaving mission Parked beside the billion dollar private planes at Stansted Airport sits an altogether different aircraft. This is the McDonnell Douglas-10 Orbis Flying Ey Blindness prevention charity Orbis's Flying Eye Hospital is the world's only ophthalmic teaching hospital on board an MD-10 aircraft.
This year, the plane is due to visit Vietnam, Cambodia and Bangladesh, where thousands more men, women and children will
"20.03.2017 14:42:21" inews.co.uk How London's rents are falling despite the housing crisis Survey after survey says rents are falling in London, but headline after headline is shouting about the city's housing crisis. How can both be happening? Yes, as a general rule rents will go up in line with inflation, but you can't just look at the inflation rate and go, yep, rents up 2.5 per cent this year please.
You're relying on tenants' incomes to go up in real terms too. Now they're not, and it's a
"20.03.2017 13:56:00" inews.co.uk Living with face blindness: 'My biggest worry is that I offend people by ignoring someone I met just a few days ago' Some people may never forget a face but Dr Lynda Turner can never remember them. The 62-year-old, from Darlington, was diagnosed with prosopagnosia, common She was astounded to realise that even people as well-known as Tony Blair looked completely unfamiliar and she had no idea who they were.
"20.03.2017 12:36:30" “We'll Meet Again”: Vera Lynn's 100th birthday Care homes across the nation sing “We'll Meet Again” to celebrate Vera Lynn's 100th birthday.
"20.03.2017 12:03:16" inews.co.uk Bear Grylls: Eton failed to teach me the skills I needed to succeed It is one of the most prestigious schools in the world, educating royalty and Prime Ministers, but Bear Grylls said his Eton education failed to teach the Bear Grylls said:
“I don't know whether you agree with this or not, but I wish they had taught me how to keep fit, how to eat healthy food, how to lead a team, how to communicate with people.
“I wouldn't have minded even a bit of entrepreneurial stuff,
"20.03.2017 10:28:21" inews.co.uk Julia, a muppet with autism, comes to Sesame Street Sesame Street has introduced a character with autism to its television show, with the familiar cast of muppets learning to play with a new friend who socia In one example of her role, Julia is introduced to Big Bird, but ignores him.
Big Bird is taken aback and worried that Julia doesn't like him, but is reassured: “she does things just a little differently”.
"20.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Galaxy hot chocolate found to have extreme salt levels Scientists call for mandatory limit as biggest offenders revealed Galaxy hot chocolate has been found to have more salt than sea water, as Public Health England call on manufacturers to reduce salt content in food.
"20.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Tory calls for snap election on 4 May dismissed by party chiefs Conservative MPs are pressing Theresa May to capitalise on Labour's woes by calling a snap general election on 4 May. They argue that the move would enable Conservative MPs are pressing Theresa May to capitalise on Labour's woes by calling a snap general election on 4 May
"20.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk John McDonnell admits Labour needs another two years It could take another two years for Labour to rebuild its credibility with the voters as the party's reputation is still suffering from the financial crash John McDonnell admits it could take two more years to rebuild Labour's credibility
"20.03.2017 06:00:01" inews.co.uk MPs could face new rules on second jobs because of George Osborne Tough curbs could be imposed on MPs taking second jobs following George Osborne's surprise appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard. The govern MPs could face new rules on taking second jobs because of George Osborne
"20.03.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Gainsborough painting attacked at National Gallery A valuable painting by celebrated British artist Thomas Gainsborough was attacked by a visitor to the National Gallery on Saturday. A "sharp instrument" wa Gainsborough painting attacked at National Gallery
"19.03.2017 23:30:01" inews.co.uk SS-GB: A gripping finale, but too late to save the day As cyber anarchists unleashed a world of pain on Matthias Schweighofer's hapless Berlin hotel manager in You Are Wanted, Amazon Prime's latest premiere, so SS-GB: A gripping finale, but too late to save the day after a lacklustre series
"19.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Gooners: if you want to see a real club killing, look to the Orient Outside of nourishment, a roof, safety from harm, a hospital bed and an opinion, there are very few things which you could argue people are entitled to. So Arsenal fans: if you want to see a real club killing, look to Leyton Orient
"19.03.2017 22:30:01" Timeline Photos Our front page tomorrow.
"19.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk We must appreciate old people - no matter what age we are We've all heard the adage: “you have to be at least 21 to appreciate a good view”, but how old do you have to be to appreciate old people? Do you have to b We must appreciate old people – no matter how old we are.
"19.03.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk True animal lovers must recognise the danger of zoos A couple of nights ago I was woken by a giraffe. First I heard crashing sounds as it strode through the undergrowth, then loud snuffling and chomping. For True animal lovers must recognise the danger of zoos
"19.03.2017 20:22:32" inews.co.uk John McDonnell admits Labour needs another two years It could take another two years for Labour to rebuild its credibility with the voters as the party's reputation is still suffering from the financial crash In an exclusive interview with i, John McDonnell admits it could take two more years to rebuild Labour's credibility.
"19.03.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk Marrying the nanny? Jeremy Kyle is a celebrity cliché - The i newspaper online iNews Jeremy Kyle enjoys squatting down and shouting-til-he-spits life advice at the guests on his daily show. He's in his element when he's telling people how t Marrying the nanny?
Jeremy Kyle is a celebrity cliché
"19.03.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk $1m winning teacher warns of 'suicide crisis' A Canadian teacher who has suffered the tragedy of more than 10 of her students taking their own lives in the last two years has won a $1m teaching prize. Teacher who endured the tragedy of student 'suicide crisis' wins £1m teaching prize
"19.03.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn's 'extreme inner calm is steadying Labour' Jeremy Corbyn boasts an “extreme inner calm” which is bringing a “sense of steadiness” to the entire party, his closest ally has insisted. "He has extreme Jeremy Corbyn's 'extreme inner calm' is steadying Labour, says John McDonnell
"19.03.2017 17:15:01" inews.co.uk Ex-Eton headmaster brands academic selection 'harmful' Academic selection can “harm” children's chances, says the former head of Eton College.
"19.03.2017 16:30:01" Timeline Photos A toddler with Down's syndrome has won a modelling contract with Matalan. Lily Beddall's picture is hanging on the walls of all of the retailer's UK stores.
"19.03.2017 15:45:01" inews.co.uk Rock and roll legend Chuck Berry dies aged 90 Chuck Berry, the epochal guitar hero who did as much as JD Salinger and Jimmy Dean to liberate teenagers from the 1950s onwards, was yesterday hailed as th 'He blew life into our dreams.'
Rolling Stones hail rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry after his death aged 90
"19.03.2017 15:00:00" Ruth Davidson: 'The SNP is not Scotland' Ruth Davidson: 'The SNP is not Scotland'
"19.03.2017 13:58:50" Blair: Osborne as Evening Standard editor will 'make politics ... Tony Blair: Osborne as Evening Standard editor will 'make politics more interesting'
"19.03.2017 13:24:17" inews.co.uk MPs could face new rules on second jobs because of George Osborne Tough curbs could be imposed on MPs taking second jobs following George Osborne's surprise appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard. The govern 'We have not ruled out MPs having second jobs, quite deliberately, up until now, but we now have to look again at our rules'
"19.03.2017 12:08:33" inews.co.uk Bear Grylls: Eton failed to teach me the skills I needed to succeed It is one of the most prestigious schools in the world, educating royalty and Prime Ministers, but Bear Grylls said his Eton education failed to teach the Bear Grylls: 'I wish Eton had taught me how to keep fit, how to eat healthy food, how to lead a team and how to communicate with people.'
"19.03.2017 10:45:36" inews.co.uk Mutiny's Chris: I am the absolute opposite to how I was on the show Adventurer Chris Jacks thrives on his own company. Joining eight other men for a 4,000-mile voyage in a tiny open wooden boat was always likely to prove a Sailor and adventurer Chris Jacks has been the subject of online abuse since leaving the Mutiny boat. But he says he has no problems with authority, and didn't behave 'himself' on the show
"19.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Read Nicola Sturgeon's SNP conference speech in full It's great to be here in the Granite City. To look out at a conference hall packed with so many people from all walks of life and from every corner of our See what Sturgeon had to say during the SNP conference
"19.03.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk iQuiz: Put your general knowledge to the test So you think you know your general knowledge? Then pit yourself against the weekly iQuiz and see how clever you are! Take this week's iQuiz and test out your knowledge
"19.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Paris Orly airport incident: Facts minus speculation A man has been shot dead at Orly airport in Paris by security forces after he tried to seize a soldier's weapon. This is what we know - facts minus specula Here's what we know about the Orly airport incident so far.
"19.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Study finds construction site workers and media professionals have highest suicide risk Research has found that men who work on construction sites and women who work in the field of culture, media and sport are at the highest risk of suicide. Suicide is the leading cause of death in England in adults below the age of 50
"19.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk A child swaggering into an interview is a freelancer's nightmare The swagger of the four-year-old girl into her dad's office, the baby boy in the walker sailing into the room, the mother slipping over in an attempt to gr One tiny slip which might seem “unprofessional” can prove disastrous
"19.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk London could be set for a face-off with the North in bid to host 2022 Commonwealth Games London could be set for a face-off with the Northern England and the Midlands in a fight to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. A campaign is growing in the A campaign for the capital to hold the 2022 Commonwealth Games is gaining momentum
"19.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk More than 8 million drivers risking safety with dangerous tyres Concerns have been raised over the safety of millions of cars after a survey found more than a quarter of drivers had not checked their tyre pressures for A poll found that over a quarter of drivers had not checked their tyre pressures in the previous two months
"19.03.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Give Nollywood the attention it deserves, white, British actress urges Most actors harbour dreams of making it big in Hollywood, yet one budding star, Claire Edun, set her sights on a location some 8,000 miles east of Tinselto Claire Edun became an unexpected 'Nigerian Hollywood' sensation last year
"19.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk WhatsApp users left vulnerable to hacking over photo weakness WhatsApp and Telegram users were exposed to having their accounts taken over and to ransom demands by a vulnerability in the messaging apps' online version Users had their accounts taken over and were sent ransom demands
"19.03.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump's tax returns leaked - and they don't make him look bad Donald Trump's tax returns from 2005 have been leaked, although there has been some suggestion that the President himself might be behind their sudden appe The scoop didn't live up to the hype
"19.03.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk RealD 3D: the technology behind the 3D movie blockbusters RealD is the company behind the vast majority of the world's 3D films, producing technology to trick our eyes into perceiving projected the images as three-dimensional, or leaping out of the screen at us.
"18.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram want Manchester and Liverpool to work together Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram will seek to put inter-city rivalries aside and get old adversaries Manchester and Liverpool working together if they both ”We shouldn't force it and there will be times when we will be competitive, as Manchester and Liverpool have always been. We will both put our local areas first. But where there is a logic to working together, it's something we should do.
“We feel that
"18.03.2017 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Keith Brown: Claims of indy Scotland's dire economy are 'fake news' The SNP Economy Secretary told his party's spring conference that the Conservatives had spent years spreading falsehoods about the kind of country Scotland would become if it voted Yes.
"18.03.2017 21:01:00" inews.co.uk Carnage: Simon Amstell fights the vegan corner in iPlayer mockumentary Simon Amstell pulls no punches in his pro-vegan mockumentary Carnage, taking aim at politicians, celebrity chefs and the meat industry. It's the year 2067, and no-one eats meat any more.
"18.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk The MPs who voted against Buckingham Palace's £369m refurbishment MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a multi-million pound refurbishment of Buckingham Palace. But fifty six MPs – including two Labour MPs – voted against Government plans that will see £369m spent on Buckingham Palace over a decade.
"18.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Read Nicola Sturgeon's SNP conference speech in full The Scottish First Minister told people feeling unhappy after Brexit: move to Scotland
"18.03.2017 19:00:35" inews.co.uk Evening Standard owner: George Osborne will be more effective opposition than Labour as editor Evgeny Lebedev, the proprietor of the title, responded to criticism from what he described as the “sad old commentariat” on Saturday by urging: “Wait and see his paper before judging.”
"18.03.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon tells English: move to Scotland In what she described as an “open invitation” to people living in other parts of the UK, the Scottish First Minister said people who believe in a “progressive” and “compassionate” country would be welcome to move north of the border.
"18.03.2017 17:00:11" inews.co.uk Paris Orly airport incident: Facts minus speculation A man has been shot dead at Orly airport in Paris by security forces after he tried to seize a soldier's weapon.
"18.03.2017 16:05:01" inews.co.uk I'm one of the only women butchers in the country. This is how I'm treated 'I probably got more jip about being from the north'
"18.03.2017 15:30:01" inews.co.uk Migrants fuel higher school standards, says Brexiteer Gove Migrant families have played a crucial role in driving up education standards in London, according to Michael Gove one of the leading voices in favour of Brexit.
Mr Gove, who headed the Vote Leave campaign during the EU referendum, said there was “lots
"18.03.2017 15:23:20" inews.co.uk John McDonnell promises jobs revolution for the North East The Shadow Chancellor will commit the party to rebalancing the economy away from the South of England with a £30bn programme of investment in the North.
"18.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk The ultimate number 9: Ronaldo Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima was a phenomenon. The Brazilian still is the phenomenon. He'll always be O Fenomeno. A tribute to the original Ronaldo
"18.03.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk 'I will restore pride in the West Midlands' Andy Street has pledged to “restore pride” in the West Midlands and make its £80bn economy the fastest growing of any region in Britain if he elected as it 'This region is one of the best places to live, work and do business'
"18.03.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: test your Premier League knowledge in 10 questions From appearances to hat-tricks to manager of the month awards, can your Premier League knowledge pass the test? We won't lie, this is hard.
"18.03.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Bake Off, Top Gear, Strictly – can't old TV just die a natural death? Channel 4's replacements for the long-time double act Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are a little more left field. Taking on the role of introducing challenges, walking around the tent doing puns and saying “On your marks, get set, BAKE” will be Sandi
"18.03.2017 11:07:39" inews.co.uk George Osborne's appointment a throwback to the era of part-time MPs Since being fired as Chancellor, Mr Osborne has found plenty of time in his diary for lucrative outside work alongside his duties as the MP for Tatton. He has earned more than £750,000 for speeches to financiers around the world – much of it thanks to
"18.03.2017 10:10:01" inews.co.uk The man who met the people behind the angry online comments Kyrre Lien began researching hateful online comments for The Internet Warriors, a documentary released this month. "I spent three days researching Kim Kardashian's Facebook page, going through all of the comments. That was quite terrible."
"18.03.2017 09:05:00" inews.co.uk Should we be able to sue police for not properly investigating a rape? For two women survivors of sexual assault by serial rapist John Worboys, the answer is a resounding yes
"18.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk I'm not worried about my son using technology — I'm jealous 'My son is going to grow up in a world where VR is a thing. An actual thing. Not just in films like when I was a kid, but we literally have a VR headset in our house.'
"18.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk George Osborne faces five challenges as editor of the Evening Standard When I was appointed Editor by Evgeny Lebedev in 2013, I thought: if I make it to six months without being fired, I'll have done well. George Osborne knows George Osborne faces five challenges as editor of the Evening Standard, writes i editor Oly Duff
"18.03.2017 06:00:01" inews.co.uk Heroic story of Syrian refugee turned Olympian to be made into film Swimming against the stream? Yusra Mardini fled Syria as a refugee and went on to compete at the Rio Olympics. Now her heroic story is being made into a fi 'Yusra reminds us of the human cost of the tragedy and the incredible fortitude, perseverance and hope of one young woman who struggles for a future.'
"18.03.2017 05:30:01" inews.co.uk I have to argue for my right to use the wheelchair space on the bus 'Bus drivers are often rude and unhelpful, bus ramps are frequently broken, there is often a baby-buggy in the wheelchair space, and it's always a bit hit-and-miss as to whether I'll be able to get on a bus or not.'
"18.03.2017 04:30:01" inews.co.uk 'What would you pay for another day of your life?' We just spent £100,000 for a week in Germany - it was worth every penny
"18.03.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 things to watch on TV this week
"18.03.2017 00:30:01" inews.co.uk Big brands pull funding after YouTube runs ads against extremist video Google is due to appear before the government after advertising funded by the taxpayer was displayed alongside extremist material on YouTube.
"17.03.2017 23:30:01" inews.co.uk Donald Trump ignores Angela Merkel's offer of a handshake It was a somewhat awkward affair as both leaders sat down in the White House in front of the press and TV cameras. There was no hand-holding this time as per Theresa May's meeting with the President in January.
However, Ms Merkel did ask if he would
"17.03.2017 22:30:01" inews.co.uk George Osborne criticised for taking on newspaper editor role - his sixth job Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called the move a “joke”.
“The appointment makes a mockery of the independence of the media. It takes multitasking to a new level and is an insult to the electors he is supposed to serve.”
"17.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon refuses to rule out 'unofficial' referendum Nicola Sturgeon has refused to rule out holding an unofficial referendum on Scottish independence if Theresa May does not give her permission for a legally It doesn't matter what Theresa May says...
"17.03.2017 20:30:01" inews.co.uk Three simple tips to save money on your Sky TV subscription New research has found that consumers are wasting hundreds of pounds every year on their television subscriptions.
Here are some simple tips on saving money
"17.03.2017 19:30:00" Wellcome Image Awards 2017: winners Science is pretty.
Take a look at some of the winners of this year's Wellcome Image Awards, organised by the Wellcome Trust.
"17.03.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Unravelling the confusing tale of Richard Simmons Richard Simmons was social, and he appreciated his followers - but is that enough to prove that he would never choose a private life? Learn more about the world's current most talked about podcast.
"17.03.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk He admits raping her - but they prefer 'perpetrator' not rapist I feel apprehensive about meeting Tom Stranger and Thordis Elva. Their situation is so unusual, it is almost troubling. In 1996, Stranger, then 18, was in Their situation is so unusual, it is almost troubling.
In 1996, Stranger, then 18, was in a relationship with 16-year-old Elva. An exchange student from Australia at her school in Iceland, they went to the Christmas dance together. It was the first time
"17.03.2017 18:01:02" inews.co.uk I don't like dogs - I wish people would just accept it I don't like dogs. I wish them no harm and take no glee in the story of Grizz, the sniffer dog that was shot at Auckland airport. But I don't want to pet t I don't like dogs. I wish them no harm and take no glee in the story of Grizz, the sniffer dog that was shot at Auckland airport. But I don't want to pet them or do the “there's a good boy/girl” rigmarole.
I'm always shocked at the level of deep
"17.03.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Canada apologises to Ireland for 'massacred' pint of Guinness on St Patrick's Day 'That pint looks like it had 16 pints on St Patrick's Day and struggled to keep them down!'
"17.03.2017 16:45:31" Timeline Photos George Osborne isn't the only surprise appointment today...
"17.03.2017 16:30:55" inews.co.uk Why on earth does George Osborne want to edit the Evening Standard? It is hard to imagine that George Osborne is doing it for the money. Generous though Evgeny Lebedev is, I don't suppose he will be able to match the munifi A former newspaper editor has his say on the controversial appointment of George Osborne
"17.03.2017 16:00:01" inews.co.uk The Replacement: what it got right (and wrong) about maternity leave Joeli Brearley, founder of the online platform Pregnant Then Screwed, considers how BBC drama The Replacement portrayed maternity leave "If only all employers behaved like Ellen's. Without the mild lechery and death, of course."
"17.03.2017 15:30:04" inews.co.uk Quiz: would you make a better newspaper editor than George Osborne? George Osborne, the new editor of the London Evening Standard, told staff today that he "may have run the country" but he has little newspaper experience. Test your knowledge
"17.03.2017 15:00:03" inews.co.uk Daniel Kaluuya: the star of 'Get Out' hits back at Samuel L Jackson Last week, Samuel L Jackson stepped into the debate around the film, telling radio station Hot 97: “I tend to wonder what that movie would have been with an American brother who really feels that.”
He went on to say that British actors are employed
"17.03.2017 14:37:16" inews.co.uk Gary Neville admits 'disastrous' bronze skyscrapers require 'refinement' Gary Neville has admitted his proposals to build a pair of bronze skyscrapers in Manchester's city centre need “further refinement” after the project was b Heritage groups have reacted with fury to the proposed development in Manchester, which would involve the demolition of a 1950s synagogue, a 1930s police station and a pub dating from the 18th Century.
"17.03.2017 13:57:24" The i Paper George Osborne's maiden speech as Evening Standard editor.
"17.03.2017 13:38:05" George Osborne's maiden speech as Evening Standard editor George Osborne's maiden speech as Evening Standard editor.
"17.03.2017 13:00:24" inews.co.uk George Osborne's speech to Evening Standard staff in full George Osborne's shock appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard - and his decision to continue on as an MP - sent ripples through the media th 'I may have run the country, but I haven't run a newspaper.'
"17.03.2017 12:30:01" inews.co.uk Iron Fist on Netflix: Marvel's first superhero flop Marvel's latest superhero series, Iron Fist, hits Netflix today. But it does so not with a bang, but with a whimper. 'That's my building!'
These are the first words uttered by Danny Rand to a lowly street vendor as he spies the shimmering glass skyscraper he once called a second-home.
Every effort is made to present Rand as likeable. But it doesn't quite come off.
"17.03.2017 11:51:23" inews.co.uk The email sent to Evening Standard staff as George Osborne is appointed editor - in full George Osborne has been appointed editor of London's Evening Standard newspaper. The former Chancellor of the Exchequer plans to continue his role as an MP A surprising appointment
"17.03.2017 10:59:31" Photos from The i Paper's post This man made a floating 'wheelchair' for a disabled fish
A pet shop worker has come up with a creative solution to help a fish that could no longer swim.
The goldfish in question suffers from a bladder disease which means it has trouble floating and
"17.03.2017 10:30:16" inews.co.uk How I made an extra £4,500 by doing very little 'I thought I would just be able to earn a little extra cash here and there to help treat my family but the savings were much bigger than I thought.' As the saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
But there really is a way to get free way to get money that few Britons are taking advantage of...
"17.03.2017 10:15:00" Timeline Photos Today's thought-provoking quote of the day, via Rob Delaney
"17.03.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk £1bn wiped off value of volunteering in Britain A decline in the number of hours volunteers devoted to helping their communities cost the UK more than £1bn over a three-year-period, statistics show. The People in Britain are less devoted to helping their community
"17.03.2017 09:34:37" Timeline Photos Friday's The i Paper front page:
May: Brexit comes before Scotland
"17.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk GCHQ's remarkable statement about Donald Trump wiretapping allegations Despite its name,the Government's Communications Headquarters, commonly known as GCHQ, is pretty tightlipped. However Britain's secretive listening post ha Very strongly worded. A rare move by GCHQ.
"17.03.2017 08:30:01" inews.co.uk A modest defence of St Patrick's Day, the Irish Mardi Gras - The i newspaper online iNews For the small proportion of the world's Irish people who were actually born and raised in Ireland, St Patrick's Day is tinged with embarrassment. It's an A Why the Irish still have to own St Patrick's Day - no matter how cringey it might be.
"17.03.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk The Conservatives' election expenses fine - the numbers laid bare The Conservative Party has been fined by the Electoral Commission for breaking election expenses rules. The party have already conceded there was "an admin The Conservatives' election expenses fine – the numbers laid bare
"17.03.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Britain moves a step closer to EU exit as Article 50 Bill becomes law Britain took a significant step towards leaving the European Union on Thursday after the Bill authorising Theresa May to begin Brexit negotiations was sign Article 50 Bill becomes law
"17.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Nothing certain for May or Sturgeon as indyref2 hangs in the balance “History may look back on today and see it as the day the fate of the Union was sealed” – Nicola Sturgeon's riposte to Theresa May last night, after the Pr Editor's comment: Sturgeon and May can take nothing for granted in run up to eventual indyref2
"17.03.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon: Blocking IndyRef2 will increase support for Yes Theresa May's plan to block a second referendum on Scottish independence until after the UK has left the EU is a “democratic outrage” that could ultimately Tension simmers
"17.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Beauty and the Beast recreates and expands on the beloved original ★★★★ It's a song and dance extravaganza. Musical numbers are delivered with proper gusto. The show-stopping Be Our Guest even out-does the original animated version.
"17.03.2017 01:00:00" inews2.wpengine.com Why Glasgow's Duke of Wellington statue was allowed to keep his cone - permanently Edinburgh has the Castle. London has Big Ben. And Glasgow? Well, Glasgow has a statue with a traffic cone on its head. There are few more iconic images of Glasgow than that of the Duke of Wellington on horseback, with a bright orange cone perched neatly on his head.
"17.03.2017 00:22:46" inews.co.uk When did going to the cinema get so expensive? If you're thinking about going to see Beauty and the Beast this weekend, be warned; your trip to a tale as old as time could end up costing you dear. A rep A trip to the cinema could now cost you over £100
"16.03.2017 23:40:01" inews.co.uk Tommy Wiseau on The Disaster Artist: 'I was sceptical' The Room's creator Tommy Wiseau talks about the enduring impact of his work, and being portrayed by James Franco in The Disaster Artist. James Franco's new film about the making of cult movie The Room has already been tipped as a very early Oscar contender.
But how does the The Room's famously eccentric creator feel about it?
"16.03.2017 23:18:54" inews.co.uk Britain moves a step closer to EU exit as Article 50 Bill becomes law Britain took a significant step towards leaving the European Union on Thursday after the Bill authorising Theresa May to begin Brexit negotiations was sign It's official
"16.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Why we enjoy watching bad films B-Movies made by visionaries with zero talent can be some of the most entertaining films around. "There is nothing like seeing a man get rugby tackled by an actual lion."
"16.03.2017 22:01:27" inews.co.uk The Last Kingdom review: brooding comeback is a bit too bloodless The nation divided.
A discontented North. Clashes with Scotland.
No, we're not talking about modern-day Britain. This is England in the 9th century.
"16.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk 'If it ain't broke' - the Craig Shakespeare effect at Leicester City The football world was outraged when Claudio Ranieri was sacked by Leicester City Football Club.
But his successor is quickly showing where the Italian went wrong...
"16.03.2017 21:05:08" inews.co.uk Gary Neville admits 'disastrous' Manchester skyscraper plans require 'refinement' - The i newspaper online iNews Gary Neville has admitted his proposals to build a pair of bronze skyscrapers in Manchester's city centre need “further refinement” after the project was b Gary Neville admits his bronze skyscrapers plan for Manchester's city centre needs “further refinement”.
It comes after the project was branded a “town planning disaster”.
"16.03.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon: Blocking IndyRef2 will increase support for Yes Theresa May's plan to block a second referendum on Scottish independence until after the UK has left the EU is a “democratic outrage” that could ultimately Nicola Sturgeon: Blocking IndyRef2 will increase support for Scottish independence
"16.03.2017 20:20:08" inews.co.uk The English appropriation of St Patrick's Day is embarrassing St Patrick's Day is upon us, and on a Friday, no less. Every O'Neills pub across the nation must be bracing itself for an influx of revelers, dusting off i The English appropriation of St Patrick's Day is embarrassing
"16.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Get Out is the perfect horror film for the post-Obama era ★★★★ Already a phenomenal hit in the U.S, this scathing satire from comedian Jordan Peele couldn't be more timely. Taking a razor-sharp scalpel to white liberal attitudes on race, the film makes for uncomfortable viewing in the best possible way.
"16.03.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Why the Conservatives were fined for spending their own money The Conservatives have been fined a record £70,000, and their former treasurer has been reported to the police, after an investigation by the Electoral Com The Conservatives have been fined a record £70,000, and their former treasurer has been reported to the police
"16.03.2017 19:06:48" inews.co.uk A to Z: the best football slang from around the world The globalised nature of football has witnessed words and phrases from different football cultures used more frequently in Britain. ¡Vaya pepinazo! – What a great big cucumber! The Spanish use this to describe a curling effort hit from long-range
"16.03.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The real reason China is taking over the world (and the UK isn't) Why is China taking over the world, and we're not? It's a question that should dominate business and political thinking.
Here are some clues:
"16.03.2017 18:00:19" inews.co.uk NME says it is not trying to 'shift covers' after Stormzy row NME magazine has said it is not trying to shift copies with its front cover featuring Stormzy and an article about depression after the grime artist critic NME: We're not trying to shift copies with Stormzy front cover
"16.03.2017 17:30:41" inews.co.uk The Replacement in real life: how to deal with work rivals Don't panic. Just follow this helpful guide. The Replacement laid bare the anxieties that sometimes surface within the workplace, when a rival threatens to steal our thunder, encroach on our territory and muscle in on our relationships.
If you find yourself in this situation, here are some tips to
"16.03.2017 16:45:01" inews.co.uk David Davis admits he has not assessed economic impact of leaving EU Slightly worrying...
"16.03.2017 16:17:03" inews.co.uk Woman raises £100,000 for immunotherapy by asking: 'Buy another day of my life' Imagine you are told you are going to die. What would you pay for another day of your life? This was the question Anastasia Leslie posed on a GoFundMe page 'What would you pay for another day of your life?'
"16.03.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk The case that could change the way rape victims hold police to account An appeal has been heard by the Supreme Court over a case which set a precedent allowing survivors of the most serious crimes, such as sexual assault, to s The case set a precedent allowing survivors of the most serious crimes, such as sexual assault, to sue the police if they do not carry out an effective investigation.
"16.03.2017 15:00:01" inews.co.uk Northern cities are fighting back against restaurant chains Northern cities such as Newcastle and Leeds are leading the way when it comes to independent restaurant growth. Leeds and Newcastle had the highest growth in their independent restaurant scenes.
"16.03.2017 14:30:39" inews.co.uk The McDonald's Twitter account just called Donald Trump a 'disgusting excuse' for a President There is no company in the world more experienced at mass producing beef than McDonald's. However no number of Big Macs could rival the guerrilla missive i There is no company in the world more experienced at mass producing beef than McDonald's
"16.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Revealed: The secret to weight loss Scientists have hit upon an explanation for one of life's great injustices - why some people can gorge on food without ever getting fat and others eat far Scientists have hit upon an explanation for one of life's great injustices...
... why some people can gorge on food without ever getting fat and others eat far less yet pile on the pounds.
"16.03.2017 13:16:00" inews.co.uk The Conservatives' election expenses fine - the numbers laid bare The Conservative Party has been fined by the Electoral Commission for breaking election expenses rules. The party have already conceded there was "an admin The Conservative party has been found guilty of breaking election expenses rules.
Here's what they spent the money on initially, and what it will cost them now...
"16.03.2017 12:31:48" inews.co.uk Tory MP: I don't need to justify paying my wife with taxpayers' money A Conservative MP has defended his choice to pay his wife to run his constituency office, claiming that "you can't find, or won't find" people who will do Sir Roger Gale has employed his wife Suzy since 1983, paying her between £30,000 and £40,000 a year.
"16.03.2017 11:50:07" inews.co.uk The best places in the world to visit in 2017 The Cook Islands, located half-way between Hawaii and New Zealand, offer better value and a more authentic Polynesian experience than other popular neighbouring destinations. Need some inspiration for your summer holidays?
"16.03.2017 11:13:31" inews.co.uk Vibrating could keep you as healthy as exercise Vibration can have the same muscle and bone benefits as regular exercise, a new study has found
"16.03.2017 10:39:13" Timeline Photos Rory McIlroy, the UK's No1 golfer, had some very strong words for the members of Muirfield.
The golf club voted this week to allow female members in for the first time in its 273-year history.
But McIlroy was not impressed:
"I still think that it got
"16.03.2017 10:00:54" inews.co.uk The MPs who voted against Buckingham Palace's £369m refurbishment MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a multi-million pound refurbishment of Buckingham Palace. But 56 MPs - including two Labour MPs - voted against it...
"16.03.2017 09:30:27" inews.co.uk Jack and Victor to return to BBC One for new series of Still Game The hapless Craiglang pensioners are coming back
"16.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk 16 memorable quotes about Manchester “If it stopped banging on about its football teams and its bands and its shops and its attitude, Manchester has something that it can be genuinely, enormously proud of, something that it should shout from the rooftops.
“Manchester changed the world's
"16.03.2017 08:30:17" inews.co.uk Douvan breaks Cheltenham hearts and sets fire to £500k Douvan was his banker, a champion unbeaten in all 13 outings under his care, the dead cert that would draw a £500,000 bet on the nose from one cocky punter. One man lost a fortune at Cheltenham yesterday
"16.03.2017 08:00:12" inews.co.uk Vibrating your body could keep you as healthy as exercise Vibrating your body may be as effective as regular exercise in keeping you healthy, a new study has found. Scientists have discovered whole-body vibration It is hoped this study may offer new hope for those who struggle to exercise regularly.
"16.03.2017 07:00:56" inews.co.uk Philip Hammond suffers humiliation over national insurance U-turn Philip Hammond suffered a wounding blow to his credibility after he abandoned plans to increase national insurance rates for 2.5m self-employed people.
"16.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk The fleecey solution to the world's plastic pollution problems A new report today shows for the first time the impact of the world's biggest soft drinks companies on the marine environment. Bottles and tops designed to It could be the answer
"16.03.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk Five-a-side football is more than a game - it's a culture Writer and journalist James Brown's new book Above Head Height extols the virtues of football in its most primitive form: five-a-side. A must-read for anyone who's every played 'fives'
"16.03.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk WhatsApp users left vulnerable to hacking WhatsApp and Telegram users were exposed to having their accounts taken over and to ransom demands by a vulnerability in the messaging apps' online version This article includes some tips on how to protect yourself
"16.03.2017 00:01:12" inews.co.uk Tennent's Lager has sobering new message Tennent's Lager has had a long-held tradition of making as much of its can as its brew. But where once a lager drinker could crack open a can and gaze at a The Scottish lager producer, once famed for its 'Lager Lovelies', is leading the way in the industry by becoming the first to display recommended drinking levels on its product.
"15.03.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk Former Cameron spin doctor Steve Hilton gets US TV show Steve Hilton, David Cameron's former aide, has landed his own television show in the US. The former Downing Street adviser, credited with helping Mr Camero The former Downing Street adviser, credited with helping Mr Cameron make the Conservative Party electable in 2010, is to host his own show on Fox News called The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton.
"15.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Hollywood has always been unoriginal - 1967's biggest films prove it Some complain the days when Hollywood was consistently original are gone. But these issues are less contemporary than we think. “Hollywood hasn't got an original idea left.”
It's a common complaint from both film critics and enthusiasts.
A glance at the release schedule for the rest of 2017 underlines this: it's hard to pick out any truly 'original' ideas. Reboots, remakes and
"15.03.2017 22:30:00" Timeline Photos Theresa May will be given the green light to trigger Article 50 from Thursday when the Queen is expected to give the Brexit Bill Royal Assent.
The bill will be signed into law at 11am according to Government sources.
Article 50 is expected to be
"15.03.2017 22:21:49" inews.co.uk The Replacement: how we created the look of a TV phenomenon Individual actors, directors and scriptwriters are often praised for producing gripping TV, but there are so many more hands involved. Behind the scenes of the TV hit.
"15.03.2017 21:30:01" inews.co.uk London could be set for a face-off with the North in bid to host 2022 Commonwealth Games London could be set for a face-off with the Northern England and the Midlands in a fight to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. A campaign is growing in the Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester are all keen to host the Games.
"15.03.2017 21:00:25" inews.co.uk Five tips for getting better sleep - from a sleep expert A good night's sleep is something we all know the value of, but few of us ever manage to actually free up the time to make it happen. Forget counting sheep
Read this before you go to bed instead...
"15.03.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Prue Leith on Bake Off, rampaging children and why she'd prefer to be known as a novelist From her sofa perch in Soho's House of St Barnabas members club, Prue Leith is laying into “rampaging children” in restaurants and their “exhausted parents The 'new Mary Berry' says she has an ego as big as Paul Hollywood's
"15.03.2017 19:45:00" inews.co.uk How to learn anything very quickly What can a twenty-something YouTuber, who excels at falling over, teach school children about strategic thinking? YouTube star Mike Boyd teaches people how to learn at speed – from Rubik's Cubes to wheelies.
Here's how to develop a 'growth mindset' of your own:
"15.03.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk Ryanair begins flights to war-torn Ukraine for less than £20 Ryanair has launched flights to the capital of war-torn Ukraine with seats available for less than £20. It comes as the country stands on the brink is faci The country is facing a worsening humanitarian crisis following its four-year conflict with Russian-backed separatists.
But holidaymakers could be tempted by cheap prices including 92p for a litre of beer and £16 for a three-course meal for two people at
"15.03.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Woman suffers burns after headphones explode in her face A woman has been badly burned after her pair of headphones exploded during a flight from Beijing to Melbourne. The battery-powered headphones suddenly comb Authorities are warning people to be more careful with batteries on aeroplanes
"15.03.2017 18:30:03" inews.co.uk The anatomy of Philip Hammond's U-turn over National Insurance It took the government just under a week to announce its dramatic U-turn over National Insurance rates. How the policy - the centrepiece of the Budget unra From 1:15pm on 8 March to 12:02pm on 15 March, how Philip Hammond's budget centrepiece unravelled...
"15.03.2017 18:15:32" inews.co.uk I am an EU citizen living in Scotland – what's that going to mean? - Fergus Linehan "To provide a platform for the flowering of the human spirit." Fergus Linehan laughs a little when he repeats the festival's motto now. The director of the Edinburgh International Festival talks arts and politics
"15.03.2017 18:00:49" inews.co.uk A child swaggering into an interview is a freelancer's nightmare The swagger of the four-year-old girl into her dad's office, the baby boy in the walker sailing into the room, the mother slipping over in an attempt to gr Rosie Millard writes: "It is a freelance cliché; “you're only as good as your last job.” Yes, but sometimes the last job is compromised.
"The illness of a child, a train strike, the family holiday in Cornwall; sometimes barriers to availability due to
"15.03.2017 17:30:01" inews.co.uk Lib Dems accidentally tell voters to 'back Labour candidate' Voters across the West Midlands have been left scratching their heads after being urged to back a Labour candidate by the Lib Dems - following a glaring er It's not been the best month for the Liberal Democrats...
Last week, the party spent over £1,000 on camp beds for peers who would be up all night in the House of Lords attempting to block Article 50 from being triggered without amendments.
"15.03.2017 16:45:31" Timeline Photos Has Brexit killed Ukip? Or are the Lib Dems just fighting back?
Ukip has dropped to fourth place in opinion polling for the first time since 2013...
"15.03.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Independence may make Scotland poorer, but Brexit definitely would Hard Brexit could allow an independent Scotland to flourish
"15.03.2017 16:00:01" inews.co.uk An MP recited a poem about dog poo Conservative MP Anne Main is concerned about the rising numbers of "ghastly dog poo baubles” she has witnessed on woodland walks. So concerned in fact that It's called 'stop and plop'
"15.03.2017 15:05:20" inews.co.uk Here's what happened when four countries re-ran the same referendum Nicola Sturgeon has caused some consternation (and some jubilation) of late by calling a second Scottish independence referendum within five years of the f Nicola Sturgeon has caused some consternation (and some jubilation) of late by calling a second Scottish independence referendum within five years of the first.
The vote, which was referred to as “once in a generation” during the first, unsuccessful
"15.03.2017 14:33:47" inews.co.uk The Great British Benefits Handout is an experiment, not poverty porn The Great British Benefits Handout has silenced most sceptics with its new take on the well-worn subject of welfare. In 2014 Channel 4 was accused of chasing ratings with 'poverty porn'.
Two shows in particular – Benefits Street and Skint – were called into question. Both documented the lives of residents in areas hard hit by the recession, but neither offered a
"15.03.2017 14:03:34" SNP member asks if the UK 'can really afford' to be independent An SNP member just asked if the UK could really "afford to be an independent country".
The Prime Minister didn't look best pleased.
"15.03.2017 13:41:12" inews.co.uk There's a furious grammatical row going down at the White House White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has ignited a furious grammatical debate whilst defending Donald Trump's claim that he was wire-tapped by the Obama Donald J. Trump is 'unable' to use 'quotation marks' – and that's a problem
"15.03.2017 13:20:18" Yvette Cooper wins PMQs with Budget U-turn probe Labour MP Yvette Cooper may have just won PMQs with her Budget U-turn question.
"15.03.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Throwaway bottles are 'destroying marine life' The impact of the world's biggest soft drinks companies on the marine environment is revealed for the first time today. Last month, a whale was found dying off the coast of Norway. Its stomach was full of plastic bottles.
"15.03.2017 12:31:00" inews.co.uk Philip Hammond's letter to MPs U-turning on National Insurance - in full Philip Hammond has rowed back on his controversial Budget pledge to raise National Insurance contributions for the self-employed. The Chancellor was roundl Philip Hammond has U-turned on his most controversial Budget pledge
"15.03.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk How to identify a hipster, according to the British Government Hipsters have long been subject to ridicule for their abundant facial hair, weakness for artisanal foodstuffs and apparent enthusiasm for dressing in an ir Hipsters have long been subject to ridicule for their abundant facial hair, weakness for artisanal foodstuffs and apparent enthusiasm for dressing in an ironic fashion.
Yet to the untrained eye it can be difficult to determine whether an individual is
"15.03.2017 11:35:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon may have made a fatal mistake with IndyRed2 Did she go too soon?
"15.03.2017 11:10:00" MP reads poem about dog poo in Westminster MP Anne Main read a poem about dog poo in Westminster yesterday evening.
The first line reads: "If your dog should do a plop, take a while and make a stop"
"15.03.2017 10:50:28" Timeline Photos Australia's transport safety watchdog has issued a warning to travellers after a woman's battery-operated headphones exploded in her face.
The woman, who has not been named, fell asleep about two hours into a flight from Beijing to Melbourne while
"15.03.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk The era of single-use plastic bottles must end if we want to save our Last month, a whale was found dying off the coast of Norway. Its stomach was full of plastic. Emaciated, the whale had been effectively starving to death b Business as usual is not an option
"15.03.2017 09:37:00" Timeline Photos Wednesday's The i Paper front page
"15.03.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk 2 million tonnes of throwaway bottles: drinks giants fall short A shocking new report from Greenpeace International has found that a cluster of global soft drinks companies are major contributors to a plastic pollution epidemic blighting our oceans.
"15.03.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May says Britain stands at 'defining moment' because of Brexit Britain stands at a “defining moment” in its history, with the Queen preparing to give royal assent to the Brexit Bill within days, Theresa May has told MP Theresa May says Britain stands at 'defining moment' because of Brexit
"15.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Who pays the most into the EU - and who gets the most back? With Article 50 about to be triggered, here's a look at what we give and what we receive from the EU.
The UK is the eighth largest net contributor to the EU, meaning we pay more into Europe than we receive – to the tune of €7.1bn.
Brexit is about to
"15.03.2017 07:30:01" inews.co.uk 20 things you didn't know you could do in Manchester Manchester is home to some of the best-known attractions in the UK, but what has the city got to offer once you've visited all of its famous landmarks? An alternative guide to the jewel of the North
"15.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk A simple explainer of the row between Turkey and the Netherlands A diplomatic row has erupted between the Netherlands and Turkey after Dutch authorities prevented a Turkish minister from landing a plane. A war of words a A simple explainer of the row between Turkey and the Netherlands
"15.03.2017 06:30:01" inews.co.uk Zing! Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May trade blows on IndyRef2 Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May have engaged in a bitter war of words over Scotland's right to hold a second referendum on independence before the Governme Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May trade blows on IndyRef2
"15.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 stunning secret places in Edinburgh It's difficult to walk around Edinburgh without stumbling upon a hidden gem that you haven't spied before – here are some of the city's best kept and beautiful secrets.
"15.03.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Aghar Farhadi: the Iranian film director who shunned the Oscars Did Donald Trump help the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi to win his second Academy Award for Best Foreign Film? Supporting The Salesman became an importan Aghar Farhadi on not picking up his Oscar and why he'll never make a political film
"15.03.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk Why Theresa May will wait an entire fortnight to trigger Article 50 Theresa May will trigger Article 50, beginning the formal process of Brexit, in the last week of March, Downing Street has said. Theresa May will trigger Article 50, beginning the formal process of Brexit, in the last week of March, Downing Street has said.
It killed off suggestions that she could take the historic step as early as today following the passage of the Bill
"15.03.2017 00:01:00" inews.co.uk England's women footballers have more spirit than men, says FA chief "The England women's team are one of the best I have seen in terms of spirit."
"14.03.2017 23:30:00" Yasmin Alibhai-Brown named Columnist of the Year We're celebrating!
i's Yasmin Alibhai-Brown wins Columnist of the Year at the Press Awards
"14.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk The most nostalgic things you can watch on Netflix Don't dismiss a love of childhood films and TV series as being 'stuck in the past'. Nostalgia fixes can be wonderfully enjoyable, and Netflix has plenty of Looking for something to watch this week. Look no further.
"14.03.2017 22:31:00" inews.co.uk Inside No 9 review: madness and tragedy from a simple lost shoe A genuinely gripping and powerful half hour of TV.
"14.03.2017 22:01:01" inews.co.uk The Replacement review: a clichéd, bunny-boiling conclusion Masterfully ambiguous paranoia gave way to every familiar beat in the female psycho-thriller playbook.
"14.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Brenda Blethyn still insists on doing her own stunts - aged 71 The 'Vera' star refuses to use a stunt double during scenes.
One from her new series which saw her teetering on the brink of a multi-storey building.
"At the other end of the rope was a stunt man ready to leap into action should the unthinkable
"14.03.2017 21:20:17" Timeline Photos It's Pi day today.
Here's a poem to celebrate it.
"14.03.2017 21:00:48" inews.co.uk These amazing properties are for sale in Scotland From islands to castles, here are some amazing properties currently up for sale in Scotland, if you're dreaming of a new home. In case you're dreaming of relocating.
"14.03.2017 20:40:05" inews.co.uk The bleak photo being shared on the 6th anniversary of Syrian conflict Mohammad Mohiedine Anis sits in the ruins of his bedroom, smoking a pipe and listening to the music of Syrian singer Mohamed Dia al-Dinon on his vinyl play 70-year-old Mohammad Mohiedine Anis: “I have had a very happy past but things have changed. Now life is hard, but we mustn't lose hope."
"14.03.2017 20:27:09" inews.co.uk Professor Robert Kelly breaks silence over viral BBC interview Ready to fill us in on Korean affairs? Robert Kelly has broken his silence after he and his family became a viral sensation when he was participating in a Professor Robert Kelly breaks silence over the moment he "knew it was all over"
"14.03.2017 20:00:00" Photos from The i Paper's post A group of retirees have been knitting jumpers to keep chilly chickens warm.
The initiative started when members of the Fuller Village knitting club near Boston heard about the hardships faced by hens in winter.
While some breeds can grow extra feathers
"14.03.2017 19:33:48" inews.co.uk 6 useful tools for finding the best of Netflix Make it easier to find your evening viewing. How to filter out the rubbish, and find the hidden gems.
"14.03.2017 19:01:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May says Britain stands at 'defining moment' because of Brexit Britain stands at a “defining moment” in its history, with the Queen preparing to give royal assent to the Brexit Bill within days, Theresa May has told MP Theresa May says Britain stands at 'defining moment' because of Brexit
"14.03.2017 18:51:59" inews.co.uk Mark Dolan: 'Katie Hopkins made The Jump look like child's play' Comedian on his new show, and what it was like working with Hopkins. "The majority is playfully outrageous. The rest is much darker. I just wish she had someone to be her editor on Twitter."
"14.03.2017 18:25:57" inews.co.uk Zing! Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May trade blows on IndyRef2 Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May have engaged in a bitter war of words over Scotland's right to hold a second referendum on independence before the Governme Zing!
"14.03.2017 18:06:43" Timeline Photos Here at @theipaper we always feel like we're winning when we receive reader letters like this one
"14.03.2017 17:55:41" Lord compares MPs to Hitler A Liberal Democrat Lord has compared Brexit-backing MPs to Hitler
"14.03.2017 17:43:57" inews.co.uk 'I'm 91. I was told disabled people shouldn't use buses' “It was a very frightening experience. I was shaking, distressed and frightened."
Until 15 years ago Gwynneth Pedler was living an active, busy and fulfilling life but then her life changed.
"14.03.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Indyref and Brexit could push Northern Ireland out of the Union too The surge in the Sinn Fein vote in the recent Stormont election, to within a whisker of the largest unionist (pro-Britain) party, was the headline from tha First Brexit, then Scexit. Could Nexit be next?
"14.03.2017 16:30:03" inews.co.uk Muirfield golf club has proved that second referendums work First vote is based on emotion, second based on the facts
"14.03.2017 16:10:01" inews.co.uk We're having less sex - here's one reason why Hot, sweaty, grab-the-headboard-and-shout-my-name sex is great. Right?
Most of us will agree on that. Yet we're indulging in passionate sex – or indeed any sort of sex- less and less, according to a new study.
Why could that be?
"14.03.2017 15:53:38" MP demonstrates "stick and flick" dog poo method MP Anne Main demonstrates the "stick and flick" dog poo method - using bread, eclairs and chilli con carne.
The Conservative MP wants people to use sticks to flick away dog poo away (instead of plastic bags) in
"14.03.2017 15:30:01" inews.co.uk Record-breaking octogenarian marathon runner dies at 86 By the time of his death Ed Whitlock held some 25 age-related world records in distances from 1,500m to the 26.2 miles of the marathon, including perhaps his most remarkable achievement – running a sub-three hour marathon of 2:54:49 at the age of
"14.03.2017 14:45:01" inews.co.uk UK cities rank terribly in global quality of life index UK cities, including London and Edinburgh, have ranked poorly in an index that lists the top 231 cities across the world for quality of life. Find out how your city ranks (Warning: It won't be particularly high)
"14.03.2017 14:00:01" inews.co.uk 'We won't meekly succumb to a hard Brexit' Fighting talk from the Scottish National Party (SNP)'s Stephen Gethins
"14.03.2017 13:15:00" inews.co.uk Arron Banks says he has been 'suspended' from Ukip The multi-millionaire Ukip donor Arron Banks has claimed he has been suspended from the party for saying the current leadership “couldn't knock the skin of Ukip's civil war escalates
"14.03.2017 12:31:33" Scotland In Union launch: speech by chief exec Graeme Pearson
"14.03.2017 11:49:33" inews.co.uk Muirfield Golf Club votes to allow female members for the first time Muirfield, one of the UK's most exclusive golf clubs, is to begin accepting female players for the first time in its 273-year history. Breaking news:
A historic decision at one of the UK's most exclusive golf clubs, although 20% of members voted against the measure...
"14.03.2017 11:00:00" Timeline Photos Europe's top court has ruled that companies are allowed to ban their employees from wearing religious clothing at work.
The European Court of Justice decision followed the case of a Muslim woman who was sacked from her receptionist job in Belgium for
"14.03.2017 10:14:27" inews.co.uk Spanish hotels fight back against Britons suing for fake food poisoning Spanish hotels are fighting back against an increasing number of dishonest British holidaymakers who are making bogus food poisoning claims. The scam has b Spanish hotels are fighting back against an increasing number of dishonest British holidaymakers
"14.03.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Brexit will be a great thing for women. Here's why Last week we marked International Women's Day – a day to celebrate our contribution to social, economic, cultural and political achievements. Rightly we sh 'I believe that as we embark on this great journey of national-self-determination, women should have every reason to be confident in their future.'
"14.03.2017 09:07:00" Timeline Photos Who knew skinny jeans could be so dangerous?
"14.03.2017 08:45:00" inews.co.uk Damien Hirst the target of a dung protest in Venice He became a household name after pickling the corpses of a sheep, a cow and even a shark, in formaldehyde, and suspending them in glass tanks. But Britart 'Here's a real piece of art for you...'
"14.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Using public transport when you have autism - an extreme rollercoaster This week i will be publishing a series of accounts about difficulties of travelling on public transport, penned by Transport for All members who have an i “I envy other passengers who just turn up, walk into the station and step onto a train or board a bus without thinking. Travelling on the Underground is like being on an extreme roller coaster for me."
"14.03.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 bizarre facts you probably didn't know about Sheffield 5. Sheffield is home to more than two million trees – that's the highest ratio of trees to people for any city in Europe.
"14.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Jilly Cooper, your sexual posturing is boring and unnecessary Imagine a man saying something like this: “I've just celebrated my 80th birthday. I was drunk most of the time, and, to mark the occasion, the local women's volleyball turned up at my house. It was heaven. To have one's drawing room full of gorgeous,
"14.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie clarifies trans women comments: in full Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has sought to clarify her comments about trans women in a Channel 4 interview following an angry backlash. Ms Adichie said she did She admitted that she could have used different language and said instead “trans women are trans women and cis women are cis women”.
However, she did not feel that particular vocabulary would have been understood.
"14.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Section 30 of the Scotland Act: What it is and why it is important A second independence referendum for Scotland looks set to be on the cards, but how easy will it be for Nicola Sturgeon to persuade Westminster to grant on It's Scotland's Article 50, and Nicola Sturgeon is using it to seek a referendum.
"14.03.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk 'Television is so rigid': Adam Curtis on his first dance work An uncomfortable silence is broken by uproarious laughter. I have just asked choreographer Rosie Kay and documentarian Adam Curtis if they would work toget Adam Curtis, he of the fevered political documentaries, has a dance work out.
"14.03.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk EU a distant dream, even if Scotland gains independence If the latest Scottish independence referendum, announced yesterday, is based on the premise that it should stay in the European Union, it is not one share The rules are still the rules: if Scotland wants in, it has to apply.
"13.03.2017 23:00:02" inews.co.uk Boris Johnson floats idea of new Royal Yacht Britannia The launch of a new privately-funded £100m Royal Yacht Britannia to boost international trade after Brexit was backed by Boris Johnson. The Foreign Secreta A new national yacht will help "project the soft power and the prestige of Britain around the globe", says Boris Johnson
"13.03.2017 22:20:29" inews.co.uk Why I will never eat octopus Once a year, I find myself facing a cross-section of suckered tentacle on the end of a fork. I'm a picky eater in general, so I'm used to waving away my gi According to Hawaiian creation myth, the octopus is the last remnant of the world before this one.
They are very, very smart, and very, very strange.
"13.03.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk The last leg of the Brexit Bill's journey Legislation to begin the formal process of leaving the EU, also known as the Brexit Bill, is on the last legs of its journey this week before it becomes law.
Read our jargon-free guide to what happens next and when Article 50 could be triggered
"13.03.2017 21:05:31" inews.co.uk The MPs that rebelled against the Government on Brexit: in full MPs have thrown out amendments to the Brexit bill made by the House of Lords, with few Conservative MPs rebelling. With Labour now saying they will not vot After much talk, only two Tory MPs actually rebelled against the Government. The Brexit bill will likely pass tonight.
"13.03.2017 20:39:50" inews.co.uk We cannot lose Mhairi Black from Westminster Mhairi Black's once unbridled enthusiasm is at risk of being stamped out. The SNP politician and "baby of the house" has said she finds Westminster depress Mhairi Black, 22, is fed up with Parliament because nothing actually gets done.
"13.03.2017 20:15:01" inews.co.uk Meet mytaxi: the cabbies' favourite app challenging Uber In the past decade, few industries have been as dramatically changed by the arrival of one company as the taxi sector has by the arrival of Uber.
Now, armed with the 'knowledge' and an app of their own, the cabbies are fighting back...
"13.03.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk 25 words and phrases you always hear in Cardiff Cardiff has a special dialect of its own. It's not English, and it's not Welsh. Here are 25 phrases unique to the Welsh capital. “Not being funny…”
"13.03.2017 19:10:00" Jack Russel slips on obstacle but refuses to give up A defiant Jack Russell slips on an obstacle but refuses to give up in his attempt to win the Crufts title
"13.03.2017 18:45:33" inews.co.uk The men who made a film about being homeless - and changed their lives Home is a short film with a difference. It was made by former residents of Ashford Place, a charitable centre in London. The men in the film have now found places to call home
"13.03.2017 18:00:30" inews.co.uk IndyRef2: What happens next? Nicola Sturgeon called for another referendum on Scotland's independence earlier today, but the process isn't quite as simple as one woman's wish being granted.
Here are five things that could happen now:
"13.03.2017 17:40:00" PM: Politics is not a game Theresa May on the Indyref2: Politics is not a game.
"13.03.2017 17:15:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon to ask for IndyRef2 - her speech in full Nicola Sturgeon has called for a second referendum on Scottish independence.
In a speech today, she said Scotland deserved the chance to decide its future in a “fair, free and democratic way" after Brexit.
Here's her speech in full:
"13.03.2017 17:00:15" inews.co.uk Four big issues that could decide IndyRef2 From the price of oil to border checkpoints at Berwick-upon-Tweed...
"13.03.2017 16:30:04" inews.co.uk Crufts dog doesn't care, has lots of fun while losing competition When it comes to sporting competitions, we all know that it's the taking part that counts. But even so, it's usually a good idea to at least try to win, an Olly the Jack Russell won the hearts of the hardcore dog-lovers at Crufts over the weekend, running full-tilt at the obstacle course of the agility competition with only a vague notion of what he was supposed to be doing.
The first hurdle to jump? Crash
"13.03.2017 15:45:11" inews.co.uk Brexit-backing MPs' words on IndyRef 2 come back to haunt them 'Project Fear' becomes 'Project Reality'...
"13.03.2017 15:01:07" inews.co.uk Why are school textbooks so dreadful? Anyone who studied French at school in the past three decades will doubtless have vivid memories of the ubiquitous "Encore Tricolore" textbooks. The age-old question...
"13.03.2017 14:10:36" Nicola Sturgeon announces second referendum plans Nicola Sturgeon announces second referendum plans
"13.03.2017 13:30:02" inews.co.uk The speech I wish Jeremy Corbyn would make on Article 50 Today the country faces an issue of huge importance: parliament may permit Article 50 to trigger Brexit.
Here's what I would say if I was the leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn
"13.03.2017 12:45:00" Timeline Photos It's happening again...
Nicola Sturgeon has announced that she will seek permission for a second referendum on Scottish independence.
"I will take the steps necessary now to make sure that Scotland will have a choice at the end of this process," she
"13.03.2017 12:04:08" inews.co.uk Matt Dawson struggles with notion he is one of us When does a former player or athlete become part of the media machine?
After his comments this weekend, Matt Dawson should realise he is on the other side of the divide now
"13.03.2017 11:15:08" inews.co.uk The Football Ramble: 'We would be the same if the mics were off' The 10-year story of one of Britain's most popular football podcasts: The Football Ramble
"13.03.2017 11:00:00" Liam Fox denies sending out a tweet as he sits next to a giant... Liam Fox denies sending tweet (whilst sitting in front of a giant picture of his tweet)
"13.03.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk 400,000 commuters hit by train strikes as guard row spreads to the North Up to 2,000 RMT union members at rail firms Northern and Merseyrail began a 24-hour walkout at midnight
"13.03.2017 09:45:20" Timeline Photos Jeremy Corbyn has attempted to clarify his position on a second Scottish independence referendum after facing a backlash from his own MPs.
Over the weekend, the Labour leader gave an interview in which he said he was 'absolutely fine' with a new vote,
"13.03.2017 08:29:00" inews.co.uk What you need to know about the Northern Rail strike Tens of thousands of commuters across the North of England will face a torrid time getting to work on Monday as the region is hit by a major rail strike. U What it's about and how to get around
"13.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Top Tories trade blows on eve of Brexit The unity of the Government has been dealt a serious blow as Theresa May prepares to trigger the UK's formal withdrawal from the EU, with senior Conservati Lord Heseltine said that a large number of Tories were feeling “appalled and betrayed” at the way the Tory party had conducted itself over the UK's withdrawal from Europe, warning the Prime Minister not to treat members of her party as “performing fleas”.
"13.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Scots told: Give up sugary treats every Tuesday to avoid obesity Scotland's food watchdog has called on people to give up unnecessary treats such as chocolate and soft drinks once a week in order to stave off an obesity Half of all Scots know they treat themselves and their children too often with unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks, according to Food Standards Scotland
"12.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Amazon Prime: five new TV pilots coming in March Amazon Prime's Pilot Season gives viewers a chance to sample a range of potential series, and give feedback on the new shows. Anarchic comedy, adult animation, and offbeat sci-fi.
"12.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk The wannabe politician who used to be homeless By her own admission Susan Rae has a black sense of humour, which is just as well. Few candidates in this May's Scottish council elections will have endure Having lost her job as a temp during the 2008 financial crisis, Green candidate Susan Rae spent six months living in homeless hostels in the same part of Edinburgh she hopes to represent
"12.03.2017 21:20:11" Timeline Photos Monday's front page of i
"12.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk 15 calming quotes to put everyday worries in perspective These quotes, from writers, thinkers, visionaries - and a film - might help put things back into perspective. Because Monday mornings are never fun
"12.03.2017 20:30:01" inews.co.uk Disabled actor Mat Fraser cast as Richard III in new play An actor born with defects resulting from the drug Thalidomide has been cast as Shakespeare's loathed and lauded villain Richard III in a new theatre produ The actor, who has physical defects resulting from the drug Thalidomide, said he wants to evolve the discussion beyond cliched narratives of overcoming disability
"12.03.2017 20:00:00" Blakely the Shepherd dog has become the part-time nanny to three Malaysian tiger cubs - at Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio - after they were ignored by their mother.
"12.03.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk 25 of the best TV shows on Netflix Netflix's library of binge-able comedies, thrillers and documentaries grows larger every passing month. Some you'll know. Some you won't.
"12.03.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk May and Hammond need to bury the hatchet fast - or Government will rot This week, perhaps as soon as Tuesday, Britain opens a challenging chapter in its history - one that will provoke fascination and sometimes fear, posing pr Hammond's allies suggest that the PM's advisers are “economically illiterate” while those close to May suggest the Chancellor is “imperious” and “clueless about politics”.
With friends like these, who needs a functioning Opposition?
"12.03.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk PM told to call off attacks on Chancellor 'for good of economy' Allies of the embattled Chancellor Philip Hammond have called on his enemies in the Government to stop undermining him, warning that any damage to his cred Over the weekend a furious war of words broke out between allies of Mr Hammond and Theresa May, with each side blaming the other for failing to predict the furore the policy to increase taxes on self-employed workers by raising their National Insurance
"12.03.2017 16:48:01" inews.co.uk Northern commuters hit by rail strikes as Southern row spreads Commuters across the North of England are braced for rush-hour chaos tomorrow as the row over the role of train guards at Southern spreads to the region. U If you commute by Northern or Merseyrail, beware.
Tomorrow neither train company will be operating a service before 7am or after 7pm
"12.03.2017 16:30:00" Malala Yousafza will study Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) at Oxford's Lady Margaret Hall if she achieves 3 As in her A Levels. http://bit.ly/2lQrPyo
"12.03.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Labour shadow business secretary struggles to explain how party would fund £63bn Labour's economic plans have come under fire after one of Jeremy Corbyn's closest allies struggled to explain how the party would fund its proposed £63bn o Challenged on the Marr show to explain how the £63bn figure broke down, Rebecca Long-Bailey was unable to give an answer. She eventually said the party would publish further details later
"12.03.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Never forget the broken Brexit promises The prime minister is poised to lead her people in massed leap over a cliff edge as she triggers Article 50 to detach Britain from the European Union. Some "Some say Remainers should just shrug their shoulders and stay sanguine, secure in knowledge that we never sought this stupidity while watching the Brexit bandits squirm.
"I do not agree. I care too much for my country, my beliefs, my values and, yes,
"12.03.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk The social care crisis is about people like Fred, not politics In January, I wrote about my 85 year-old ma and her elderly neighbour calling the police, concerned for their octogenarian friend up the road. The police b "Where is his wallet, missing since the police put it 'somewhere safe'? Without it, how can bills be paid so that his phone-line can be restored? Who will call BT for him? Buy food? The carers are not allowed to."
"12.03.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Julie Walters calls for former state school students to return to old classrooms to support pupils Actress Julie Walters is leading calls for the “old school tie” network to support pupils in state schools as figures show thousands of disadvantaged teena Educating Rita star Julie Walters, who previously warned that she feared acting was becoming the preserve of 'posh' students, said: “The world of work is a difficult place and the more support teenagers have in navigating the move from school to work and
"12.03.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk David Davis: UK preparing for chance of getting no Brexit deal The Government is preparing for the possibility that the UK will leave the EU without securing a deal from Brussels, David Davis has said. The Brexit Secre Brexit Secretary David Davis said it was possible that the talks may "go wrong".
"12.03.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Tim Berners-Lee's plan to tackle fake news: letter in full Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who founded the World Wide Web, has expressed concern about the impact of fake news, saying that society needs to "push back against m World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee: "We must fight against government over-reach in surveillance laws, including through the courts if necessary. We must push back against misinformation by encouraging gatekeepers such as Google and Facebook to
"12.03.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk The Queen to be reimagined by Disney in the form of amiable rodent In a historic alliance, Her Majesty has been reimagined by Disney caricaturists for a new programme on Disney Junior. The Queen, who has previously appeared in The Simpsons and been depicted as a monkey by Banksy, should take her portrayal in mouse form as a compliment.
"12.03.2017 10:30:01" inews.co.uk Katie Hopkins should realise Twitter trolling is an expensive hobby One of the peculiarities of practising criminal law is repeat clients. When defending, the notion of repeat custom effectively depends on people taking adv Fresh from a battering for libellous comments made on Mail Online, in which Ms Hopkins accused a family of blameless Muslims of being extremists, her tireless legal team enjoyed another trip to the High Court to witness her losing streak continue, this
"12.03.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Even Breitbart hates the plans for Trumpcare Donald Trump may have a poor grip on poltiics - he's got no idea how a bill is passed through congress, why judicial reviews exist or what on earth ethics The ultra-right-wing Breitbart has dismissed it as “Obamacare 2.0“, Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham have called the plan disappointing and “shortsighted”
"12.03.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk UN warns of 'largest humanitarian crisis' since 1945 as 20 million people face famine and starvation The world is facing the “largest humanitarian crisis” since 1945, the UN has warned, as over 20 million people face famine and starvation. Stephen O'Brien, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, has called for help to avoid a “catastrophe” that could see international death and devastation.
"12.03.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Phillip Schofield: Twitter was fun until it let the nutters in Phillip Schofield is fed up with keyboard warriors. They're everywhere, according to the seasoned TV presenter. “In the early days of Twitter it was such f Phillip Schofield is fed up with keyboard warriors.
"12.03.2017 08:01:00" inews.co.uk Pentagon to investigate 'unacceptable' nude photo scandal in US armed forces The nude photo scandal affecting women in the armed forces is to be investigated by the Pentagon. Defence Secretary James Mattis has promised that “all app US Defence Secretary James Mattis has promised that “all appropriate action” will be taken after male Marines were found to have been sharing indecent images of former and current female colleagues on “Marines United”, a secret Facebook group with more
"12.03.2017 07:01:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn says a second Scottish referendum is 'fine' Jeremy Corbyn has said that he would be fine with a second Scottish referendum. The Labour Leader told the Press Association that if there was a demand for Nicola Sturgeon tweeted soon after the remarks thanking Corbyn for his support.
"12.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Every A&E department in England set to have GP triage by Christmas Every A&E department is set to have a GP triage service by Christmas, according to NHS England chief executive. Simon Stevens, the NHS chief Executive It is hoped that the funding and establishment of these GP clinics would help put the NHS in a better position next Christmas.
"12.03.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Are you a pub quiz champion in the making? Then try our fiendish iQuiz Have you got what it takes to become a pub quiz champion? Test yourself against the iQuiz to find out Test your knowledge in this week's iQuiz
"12.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May ready to trigger Brexit as soon as Tuesday European leaders say they expect “difficult” and drawn-out Brexit negotiations to begin as early as Tuesday and they are primed to respond to the triggerin MPs will vote on the European Union (Notice of Withdrawal) Bill – or Brexit Bill – on Monday.
"12.03.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk BBC expert Robert Kelly hit by chaotic child invasion mid-interview International relations expert Robert Kelly experienced the dangers of live TV first hand when his children burst through the door of his study to interrup Mr Kelly did his best to retain professional composure as first one, then two, children wander into the room as he shared his expertise with the world.
"12.03.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Lawyer's pants catch fire during trial A lawyer in Miami will be hoping juries forget the schoolyard rhyme about "pants on fire" after his trousers burst into flames during his closing arguments Stephen Gutierrez was defending his client in an arson case in the Florida city when smoke began to issue from his right pocket, causing him to rush out of the courtroom.
"12.03.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nickname Can your knowledge of world football stand up to the test by correctly naming the team from their nickname? Can your knowledge of world football stand up to the test by correctly naming the team from their nickname?
"11.03.2017 23:59:00" inews.co.uk Cameron's appears to criticise 'stupid' breaking of manifesto Footage has emerged that appears to show David Cameron criticise the "stupid" decision to break a Conservative Party manifesto promise in this week's budge Footage has emerged that appears to show David Cameron criticise the “stupid” decision to break a Conservative Party manifesto promise in this week's budget.
"11.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nickname? Can your knowledge of world football stand up to the test by correctly naming the team from their nickname? One for the football anoraks
"11.03.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Malala Yousafzai has received UK university offer Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai has announced that she has received an offer to study at a UK university. The girl who survived an assassination attemp Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai has announced that she has received an offer to study at a UK university.
"11.03.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May is too Catholic to lead Britain, says Michael Gove Just 459 years after the reformer John Knox warned against Queen Mary in The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstruous Regiment of Women, another p Michael Gove has declared Theresa May to be “Britain's first Catholic Prime Minister” and warned that this means she could be a risk to post-Brexit Britain.
"11.03.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Midnight Sun: the new Nordic noir from the minds behind The Bridge starts next week There's a new cross-border twist. A man awakes to the sound of blaring machinery.
After orienting himself, it's revealed he is tied to one of a helicopter's three rotor blades, which begin to spin.
You can see where this is going.
"11.03.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk The dark side of American 'hazing' rituals Netflix film Burning Sands takes a critical look at the physical and mental effects that hazing has on participants. There has been at least one death every year since 1969 caused by 'hazing' in the US
"11.03.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk North Korea's nuclear threat is real. The US has to act The nightmare scenario of North Korea possessing long-range nuclear missiles can no longer be ignored, and the world should be worried.
"11.03.2017 18:34:50" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn says a second Scottish referendum is 'fine' Jeremy Corbyn has said that he would be fine with a second Scottish referendum. The Labour Leader told the Press Association that if there was a demand for The Labour Leader told the Press Association that if there was a demand for it, the referendum 'should be held' and it would be 'absolutely fine'.
"11.03.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Why nursing my dying mother made me determined that everyone should have a 'good' death "Caring how people die isn't just about death, but about the value we place on life."
"11.03.2017 17:35:01" inews.co.uk Turkish president slams Dutch officials after his foreign minister is denied landing access The President of Turkey has slammed Dutch officials after they stopped the country's foreign minister from landing in Rotterdam. Recep Tayyip Erdogan brand He branded Dutch officials as 'fascists' and 'nazi remnants'
"11.03.2017 16:56:49" inews.co.uk Pentagon to investigate 'unacceptable' nude photo scandal in US armed forces The nude photo scandal affecting women in the armed forces is to be investigated by the Pentagon. Defence Secretary James Mattis has promised that “all app US Defence Secretary James Mattis has promised that “all appropriate action” will be taken after male Marines were found to have been sharing indecent images of former and current female colleagues on “Marines United”, a secret Facebook group with more
"11.03.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk UN warns of 'largest humanitarian crisis' in its history as 20 million people face famine The world is facing the “largest humanitarian crisis” since 1945, the UN has warned, as over 20 million people face famine and starvation. “More than 20 million people across four countries face starvation and famine. Without collective and coordinated global efforts, people will simply starve to death. Many more will suffer and die from disease.
“Children stunted and out of school.
"11.03.2017 15:00:01" inews.co.uk Tory MP Suella Fernandes: Brexit will strengthen women's rights Women cannot say they are “shut out of an elite boy's club” with a female Prime Minister handling Brexit negotiations, says Conservative MP Suella Fernandes.
"11.03.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk How zoos should be changed to make them acceptable in the modern world The future of zoos is being called into question after a spate of animal deaths, poachings and accusations of increasingly poor welfare conditions across E Campaigners are calling on British zoos to beef up security and overhaul their animal care after a series of tragic incidents
"11.03.2017 13:15:00" inews.co.uk Back on the road to Wigan 80 years after George Orwell's classic It is Friday morning in Wigan and the last surviving tripe stall in the former coal town's red-brick market hall is already busy with customers. Stallholde Times have changed since George Orwell wrote of “labyrinthine slums and dark back kitchens with sickly, ageing people creeping round them like blackbeetles” in The Road To Wigan Pier.
The real-life Wigan Pier, a former coal loading jetty on the Leeds and
"11.03.2017 12:15:01" inews.co.uk 25 of the best films on Netflix UK Spanning all manner of genres and eras. Comedies. Tragedies. Thrillers. And all absolute classics.
"11.03.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Headteachers shouldn't tell parents how to engage with their children We live in a world where advice on how to be a perfect parent/colleague/driver/citizen is more freely given than ever before, if rarely solicited.
This school's 'mobile phone ban' on adults picking up their children goes too far.
"11.03.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk How to save money on meat and keep waste down, according to a butcher Charlotte Mitchell, 29, runs Charlotte's Butchery in Gosforth, Newcastle.
Here are her top tips for keeping cost and waste as low as possible when buying meat, from buying on the bone to knowing how hungry your guests are:
"11.03.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Pub quiz champ in the making? Try our fiendish iQuiz This one starts easy but quickly gets trickier. Try and beat our decidedly average 6/10.
"11.03.2017 08:24:22" inews.co.uk Lynx shower gel bottles tagged for security in 'tragic' sign of local poverty 'It's a sign of how desperate things are becoming.'
"11.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk At £130,000, Katie Hopkins should realise Twitter trolling is an expensive hobby - Secret Barrister One of the peculiarities of practising criminal law is repeat clients. When defending, the notion of repeat custom effectively depends on people taking adv ' If there is a lesson for Hopkins to ignore here, it's that while spite, obstinacy and a refusal to admit fault may be faithful shields in the Wild West of Twitter, such traits are the tools of idiots in litigation'
"11.03.2017 04:00:00" Timeline Photos Dermot Monaghan reveals reason why he's been off TV this week
"10.03.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Elle: Hitchcock would have been proud of this darkly funny thriller ★★★★★ The Dutch filmmaker's latest creation might just be his masterpiece. At 78, Basic Instinct and Starship Troopers director Paul Verhoeven has lost none of his power to shock.
"10.03.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Line of Duty series four: everything we know so far BBC's nerve-jangling police drama Line of Duty is back very soon. Possibly later this month. Thandie Newton is the latest officer in the frame, as Line Of Duty steps up a notch.
"10.03.2017 21:50:36" Timeline Photos Cartoon tonight. Apologies to the PM
"10.03.2017 21:13:38" Timeline Photos Saturday's front page of i
"10.03.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk What it's like to be a judge at the British Pie Awards British people are serious about their pies, and being dubbed the best is no laughing matter. "Some pies are preheated and judged hot, whilst others are judged cold. A 'Control Pie' is supplied to each table of all classes – steak, mushroom and red wine pie for hot categories, or pork pie for cold."
"10.03.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk 20 bizarre facts you didn't know about Edinburgh As a city that dates back as far as 8500 BC, Edinburgh is a storied place - with its fair share of unique and interesting trivia. The world's only knighted penguin lives at Edinburgh Zoo. Seriously.
"10.03.2017 18:40:33" inews.co.uk Theresa May is too Catholic to lead Britain, says Michael Gove Just 459 years after the reformer John Knox warned against Queen Mary in The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstruous Regiment of Women, another p Michael Gove has declared Theresa May “Britain's first Catholic Prime Minister” and warned that this means she could be a risk to post-Brexit Britain.
"10.03.2017 18:18:47" inews.co.uk George W Bush: 'I'm just a sensitive artist now' The pen is mightier than the sword? George W Bush may well be hoping when he embarked on his latest project his paintbrush would prove mightier than those George Bush, now an artist, is "very optimistic" about America's future.
"10.03.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Top Gear at 40: it all began with Angela Rippon in a Ford Capri The long-running motoring show has changed dramatically over the years. When it started, there wasn't an exploding caravan in sight.
"10.03.2017 17:10:00" Cameron criticizes 'stupid' decision to break manifesto promise Moment Cameron appears to say the words: "Breaking a manifesto promise, how stupid can you get?"
"10.03.2017 15:20:31" inews.co.uk Jack Monroe awarded £24,000 in Katie Hopkins libel trial Food writer Jack Monroe has been awarded £24,000 in damages by the High Court after suing Katie Hopkins for libel. "It's taken 21 months but today the High “We must fight. We may not win. But if we do not fight if we do not stand up then we definitely won't win.”
"10.03.2017 14:49:32" inews.co.uk Farage left off 'MEPs who matter' power list because he's 'past his peak' Only one British MEP has made it on to a power list of MEPs - and it's not Nigel Farage. Despite the former Ukip leader's high profile, his success at forc He's a spent force.
"10.03.2017 13:02:26" Pure joy
"10.03.2017 12:05:17" inews.co.uk Justine Greening heckled over grammar schools Justine Greening was heckled by angry headteachers on Friday as she attempted to defend her Government's plans to introduce more grammar schools. The Educa Ouch.
"10.03.2017 11:37:54" inews.co.uk Radioactive wild boars 'master of the town' in abandoned Fukushima On the abandoned streets of Fukushima, there is a new rule of law - and it's set by emboldened wild boar. Hundreds of bristling, aggressive, radioactive bo This town ain't big enough for the both of us.
"10.03.2017 10:50:05" inews.co.uk The damaging ingredients in pet food Whilst there has been a boom in interest in healthy eating, this concern doesn't seem to have extended to the wellbeing of the nation's pets. Whilst most p Whilst there has been a boom in interest in healthy eating, this concern doesn't seem to have extended to the wellbeing of the nation's pets. Whilst most people are paying more attention than ever to labels on their foods – how many times do you check the
"10.03.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Kong: Skull Island is a monstrously entertaining creature feature ★★★★ "Mark my words, there'll never be a more screwed up time in Washington." A nicely topical opening joke, delivered by John Goodman in the very first li The new King Kong reboot- Skull Island- is secretly a Vietnam war movie
"10.03.2017 09:35:03" inews.co.uk In 10 years your phone will possess superior literacy skills to you Smartphones and other artificially intelligent devices and machines will possess superior literacy skills to more than one million British adults within th England is the only country within the developed world where adults aged 55 to 65 years old have a better grasp of literacy and numeracy than 16 to 24 year olds, according to a 2014 government report.
"10.03.2017 08:33:00" Well done people, it's Friday, you made it.
(And to all our weekend working friends - we feel your pain - we'll get through it together)
"10.03.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Scotland is divided right down the middle on independence Scotland is divided exactly down the middle on whether or not to pursue independence following the UK's decision to leave the EU, the latest national opini It's neck and neck.
"10.03.2017 07:47:16" inews.co.uk Priest sorry for public porn mogul display with male playboy bunnies A Spanish priest has been forced to apologise after riding on a carnival float dressed as Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner, while flanked by two men dressed as Well this has one of the most remarkable opening paragraphs we've ever seen...
"10.03.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Police officer condemns frontline cuts in damning resignation letter A police officer of 13 years has accused her force of making her job impossible through funding cuts and lack of leadership in a damning resignation letter “This is meant to be adequate staffing and safe. How this can be acceptable is beyond belief. I have always worked to the best of my ability as I had pride in what I did. This however is not possible any more.”
"10.03.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Tory rebellion rapidly growing over broken manifesto pledge Theresa May and Philip Hammond were battling a rapidly escalating Tory revolt over their controversial decision to tear up the party's election manifesto a The Conservative manifesto for the 2015 general election stated four times that the party “will not raise VAT, National Insurance contributions or Income Tax” over the course of the next five-year Parliament.
"10.03.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Lawyer's pants catch fire during trial - The i newspaper online iNews A lawyer in Miami will be hoping juries forget the schoolyard rhyme about "pants on fire" after his trousers burst into flames during his closing arguments Mr Gutierrez was in the process of arguing that his client's car had combusted spontaneously when he himself appeared to suffer from the phenomenon.