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"02.12.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Photos: Syrians 'giving up hope' in besieged Aleppo This article contains graphic images Children in east Aleppo have found themselves “in the eye of the storm” as fighting between rebels and government forces intensifies in Syria's second largest city. Any hope that the international community will help Children in Aleppo have given up hope that the international community will help them
"02.12.2016 18:40:00" First ever zip wire to stretch across the River Thames met wit... Reality star Ferne McCann is one of many celebrities to test out the first ever zip wire stretched across the River Thames.
The wire, set up by experts from London's Fire Brigade, is 450 metres long and 52 metres high.
It was designed to help raise £1
"02.12.2016 18:15:01" inews.co.uk Nico Rosberg puts his family before driving fast Good on Nico Rosberg. He has barely had time to place his Formula One world championship trophy on his undoubtedly gargantuan mantelpiece before announcing his retirement from the sport. He has won all there is to win and for him that is enough. In his Good on Nico Rosberg for retiring. He has nothing left to prove.
"02.12.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Prince Harry is the Royal we all need It's an odd feeling – for this chippy republican at least – to look at a young member of the Royal Family hanging out in his shirt-sleeves in the Caribbean sunshine with the world's most desirable pop star and think, well, good on him. Prince Harry is on Prince Harry is a better HIV advocate than our Prime Minister
"02.12.2016 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Lonely widower, 89, 'over the moon' to land job after appeal for work goes viral - The i newspaper online iNews An octogenarian seeking gainful employment prevent him from “dying of boredom” is “over the moon” to have landed a job. Joe Bartley, 89, took out an advert in his local paper, the Herald Express, in hopes of finding a job to avoid the boredom of staying An 89-year-old widower is "over the moon" to have landed a job to prevent him "dying of boredom"
"02.12.2016 16:07:39" MP Sarah Olney dragged from interview after heated grilling 'If she doesn't want to answer questions on a radio station perhaps she's not fit to be an MP.'
This is the moment newly elected Lib Dem MP Sarah Olney was dragged from an interview after a relentless grilling from presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer.
"02.12.2016 15:45:01" inews.co.uk Julia Hartley-Brewer's savages Sarah Olney over Brexit Sarah Olney, the newly elected MP for Richmond Park, was given a baptism of fire by radio host and Brexit backer Julia Hartley-Brewer, who took a sarcastic approach to Lib Dem calls for another referendum. It appeared that the interview was cut short by "In what way have you got a mandate from the people of Richmond if you don't have more than 50 per cent of the vote. The vote in the EU referendum was a much clearer mandate, wasn't it?"
"02.12.2016 15:03:20" inews.co.uk How a dad's erotic novel became a national sensation - The i newspaper online iNews When Jamie Morton discovered his father had written an erotic book, it provided the inspiration for a podcast that has taken the UK by storm. For most people, the thought of reading an erotic novel written by your dad would trigger a severe bout of If you haven't been listening to My Dad Wrote A Porno, now is the time to start
"02.12.2016 14:20:00" inews.co.uk The Apprentice candidates - reviewed by a recruitment expert This week they were tasked with creating a virtual reality video game. "I may be an idiot, but what do Martians look like?"
"02.12.2016 13:51:09" MP Sarah Olney triumphed today in the Richmond Park by-election. Lib Dem MP Sarah Olney has triumphed in the Richmond Park by-election.
She beat Zac Goldsmith who ran as an independent candidate.
Here are the by-election results in numbers.
"02.12.2016 13:23:47" inews.co.uk Spike Lee talks Trump, guns and gangland Chicago exclusively with i The director talks exclusively about Trump, guns, gangland Chicago and remaking his most famous film for Netflix In Spike Lee's opinion, we are about to live out “Doctor Strangelove for real” thanks to Donald Trump's victory in the US election. “All I “All I have been thinking about is that the President-elect has the nuclear codes, and he will be the President soon. This is a real, live nightmare.”
"02.12.2016 13:00:00" inews.co.uk 25 Christmas foods to eat at your desk, ranked Christmas is coming! But unfortunately for the gluttons among us, it lasts for only a day (plus leftovers). So my brave colleagues and I have tested all the Christmas foods you can eat at your desk, or at home, or wherever you may be when the festive It's the most wonderful time of the year.
"02.12.2016 12:30:01" inews.co.uk Pop Culture Quiz of the Week Test your knowledge of the last 7 days in entertainment. Kate Bush, Ed Balls and a play about Brexit all feature.
"02.12.2016 11:41:50" inews.co.uk Support your local small business this weekend Shopkeepers, accountants and mechanics are clubbing together to encourage local custom this weekend. By Rob Hastings Mary le Comte had been wondering for some time how she and the fellow shopkeepers on their high street could club together to promote ”Consumers respond well to a small business on social media and online.
They like to be able to see the people behind the business, that's a key part of what we do, so we try and show behind the scenes, what we get up to each day.
That's something a
"02.12.2016 10:38:28" inews.co.uk Labour got fewer votes than they have members in Richmond Park The Labour Party in Richmond Park was left scratching its head after earning fewer votes in the by-election than it has members in the constituency. Losing your deposit It costs £500 to enter a House of Commons election, to deter timewasters. Candidates Christian Wolmar lost his deposit on the night, winning just 1,515 votes. The local constituency Labour Party claims to have more than 1,600 members.
"02.12.2016 09:19:24" inews.co.uk Olney's victory speech: We will defend open, tolerant, Britain we love Sarah Olney gave an impassioned speech as she won the constituency of Richmond Park for the Liberal Democrats, crushing Zac Goldsmith's huge majority in a by-election forced by his own hand. Voters rejected Mr Goldsmith, a Conservative-turned independent "Richmond Park is full of people like me who felt that something was going wrong. That the politics of anger and division were on the rise.
That the liberal, tolerant values we took for granted were under threat.
We were seeing the UKIP vision for
"02.12.2016 07:40:34" inews.co.uk Lib Dems make by-election about Brexit and unseat Zac Goldsmith When Zac Goldsmith handed in his resignation, he hoped to make the by-election about honour and his Heathrow promises to his Richmond Park constituents. But the Liberal Democrats, sensing opportunity, left no one in any doubt as to what was really on the The Lib Dems threw the kitchen sink at Goldsmith's seat in the hope of changing the political momentum and disrupting Theresa May's tight-lipped Hard Brexit strategy.
"02.12.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Philip Hammond rules out separate Brexit deal for Scotland Philip Hammond has ruled out the idea of Scotland getting a separate Brexit deal from the rest of the UK, insisting that the whole country must leave the EU together. In a major blow to Nicola Sturgeon's hopes of securing special arrangements for Scotland The Chancellor said it was "not a realistic prospect".
"02.12.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Immigration to UK hit records levels in Brexit vote run-up Immigration to Britain in the 12 months prior to the Brexit vote reached a record level of 650,000 as hundreds of thousands arrived from both within the EU and outside Europe to fill jobs or seek work, official figures have revealed. The highest ever The highest ever annual level of immigration saw a record 284,000 citizens arrive from within the EU.
"02.12.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Football legends Ronaldinho and Riquelme 'to play' for tragic Brazilian club Chapecoense South American football legends Ronaldinho and Juan Roman Riquelme are reportedly considering coming out of retirement to play for Chapecoense in their final match of the season following a huge clamour on social media. The Brazilian side lost 19 players South American football legends Ronaldinho and Juan Roman Riquelme are reportedly considering coming out of retirement to play for Chapecoense in their final match of the season.
"02.12.2016 04:00:01" inews.co.uk How Owen Suskind uses Disney to overcome autism Owen Suskind is a young man with an extraordinary story. Unable to speak as a child due to autism, after years of silence he eventually learned to communicate with his family through his love of classic Disney animations. Oscar-winning documentarian Roger A man with autism used his love of Disney to communicate with his family
"02.12.2016 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Coldest decade of last 1,000 years offers climate change lessons - The i newspaper online iNews The coldest decade of the last 1,000 years has been identified as the 1430s, when Britain's harvests failed, prices rocketed and communities across medieval Europe were hit by famine and disease. Experts in Switzerland, using historical archives and the The 13th century was so cold people had to use fire to melt frozen wine bottles
"02.12.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk The history of chocolate, from Aztec aphrodisiac to British obsession Thousands of years before Cadbury's invented the Dairy Milk, chocolate was best known as a drink. People in what is now Mexico discovered as early as 1,900BC that they could cultivate the rainforest's cacao plant and, after a complex process of Thousands of years before Cadbury's invented the Dairy Milk, chocolate was best known as a drink of the gods.
"02.12.2016 00:30:00" inews.co.uk I was a homeless drug addict aged 18 - now I help young people turn their lives around Matt Watts and Adam Lusher He shows you round the Centrepoint hostel with an infectious grin, enthusing about everything done for young homeless people, down to the convivial cooking classes where, he finds, kids finally feel relaxed and safe enough to At the age of 15, Matt Carlisle was living in Manchester squats, struggling with alcohol and drug addictions.
At 18, he says "you wouldn't have wanted me anywhere near you".
He is now the senior Centrepoint manager and seems like a father figure to the
"02.12.2016 00:01:01" inews.co.uk Sully review: a surprisingly unsentimental real-life drama Clint Eastwood's new movie is an engaging, smartly directed and superbly acted drama. The movie focuses on an astonishing real-life incident, as well as exploring the traumatic after-effects of an extraordinary act of heroism.
"01.12.2016 23:30:00" inews.co.uk Readers should boycott Breitbart, not Kellogg's Who would have thought that Rice Krispies could be politicised? Or that Pop Tarts would be on the frontline of the early 21st Century's most important battle of ideas? It may have passed you by, but Kellogg's, purveyors of the aforementioned Simon Kelner writes: "I wish Breitbart and its like nothing but ill, but I want their downfall to come as a result of the will of the people rather than by the advertising dollar of big business."
"01.12.2016 22:55:59" inews.co.uk Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs dies at 86 after dementia battle Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs has died at the age of 86 after a four-year battle with dementia that left him wheelchair-bound and unable to speak. The much-loved actor, acclaimed for his portrayal of put-upon Spanish waiter Manuel in the classic 1970s The much-loved actor, acclaimed for his portrayal of put-upon Spanish waiter Manuel in the classic 1970s sitcom Fawlty Towers, died in a west London care home last week and was buried on Thursday.
"01.12.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Spike Lee on America: 'This is a real, live nightmare' The director talks exclusively about Trump, guns, gangland Chicago and remaking his most famous film for Netflix In Spike Lee's opinion, we are about to live out “Doctor Strangelove for real” thanks to Donald Trump's victory in the US election. “All I Spike Lee: “All I have been thinking about is that the President-elect has the nuclear codes, and he will be the President soon. This is a real, live nightmare."
"01.12.2016 21:59:17" inews.co.uk Welsh crime chief: It's time to consider legalising all drugs It's time to consider making all drugs legal, according to North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones. The high-ranking official joined a chorus of voices advocating for an end to the war on drugs, a policing approach which has “totally Welsh crime chief: It's time to consider legalising all drugs
"01.12.2016 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Golden oldies mark 70th anniversary with celebratory wedding shoot A match made in heaven?Ferris and Margaret Romaire tied the knot in 1946 – but the pair waited until their 70th anniversary this year to have their wedding photos taken. Seven decades after saying “I do” the happy couple enlisted the skills of a A wedding album... 70 years later.
"01.12.2016 21:00:01" inews.co.uk The Edge Of Seventeen review: an instant teen classic to rival Clueless An outstanding debut from writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig. This film is packed with great scenes, many of which ring horribly, painfully true.
"01.12.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk How Owen Suskind uses Disney to overcome autism His experiences are the subject of a powerful, inspirational new film called Life, Animated. "This is much more than 'a story about autism'
"It's a coming of age story."
"01.12.2016 20:01:40" inews.co.uk Hollande will not seek a second term as France's president Francois Hollande has announced he will not seek a second term as France's president as he bowed to historically low approval ratings after a troubled five years in power. Mr Hollande was facing a tough fight to even make the second round of voting in Francois Hollande is the first French president in 50 years not to seek re-election.
"01.12.2016 19:30:00" Think it's cold now? It's nothing compared to these freezing w... Londoners: stop complaining about the cold.
It's -50C in parts of Russia and in 1963 it was so cold someone actually drove across the frozen River Thames.
"01.12.2016 19:00:01" inews.co.uk Why we may be headed for another (worse) financial crisis Economist and author James Rickards suggests that we are set for a downturn that will dwarf the last one “A mountaineering expert can look at a collection of unstable snow and see it is going to collapse into an avalanche.
"It only takes one snowflake to cause an avalanche. However, what we should look at is not the snowflake, but the collection of
"01.12.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Deadly snake drops through hole in family's kitchen ceiling Imagine the scene. It's late at night, you're home with your two young sons, and you hear a loud bang. You wander through the house in the dark, into the kitchen and switch on the light. Then one of the world's deadliest snakes slithers out of a hole in This woman was at home with her two young sons in Luton when she found one of the world's deadliest snakes slithering out of the kitchen ceiling
"01.12.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk The Czech tank pub trend is winning over beer lovers Tankovnas are a bar staple of the Czech Republic, with hundreds of bars receiving fresh beer within hours of it leaving the brewery Asking for the Czech at your local pub could soon have a very different meaning
"01.12.2016 17:20:00" inews.co.uk Sundance Film Festival to premiere Yorkshire sheep farming movie The debut film by a Yorkshire director which tells the story of an isolated sheep farmer in the Pennines has been chosen to receive its world premiere at the influential Sundance Film Festival. God's Own Country, written and directed by Francis Lee, will The debut movie of a Yorkshire director, telling the stories of a sheep farmer in the Pennines, will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival
"01.12.2016 16:40:00" inews.co.uk Looking at sexy centrefolds doesn't hurt men's relationships A study conducted in the 1980s found that heterosexual men who viewed images of Playboy and Penthouse centerfolds reported less love for their romantic partners than men who saw images of abstract art. Since then, this study has been cited frequently as Looking at sexy centrefolds doesn't make straight men less attracted to their partners
"01.12.2016 16:01:34" inews.co.uk Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre attacks 'so-called liberals' Paul Dacre, the Daily Mail editor-in-chief, launched a withering attack on the “so-called liberals” he says are seeking to undermine press freedom after stepping down from the body which governs journalists' code of conduct. Mr Dacre announced that he The Daily Mail's editor lambasted "so-called liberals" for undermining press freedom as he stepped down from a body governing journalistic conduct
"01.12.2016 15:19:39" inews.co.uk 24 reasons why advent calendars are for children, not adults - The i newspaper online iNews Gin, scented candles, beer, wine, coffee and make-up are all things of which I am a fan. Whether it's to pick me up, chill me out, make me less frightening in the morning (both coffee and make-up apply in this case) or make my surroundings more fragrant, Nobody. Needs. 24. Scented. Candles.
"01.12.2016 14:30:01" inews.co.uk Nestle 'invents' way to cut sugar in chocolate by 40 per cent - The i newspaper online iNews Chocolate lovers may no longer have to feel guilty reaching for an afternoon snack. KitKat maker Nestle said it has discovered a way to cut sugar by 40 per cent, but to still keep the sweet taste. Sugar in a KitKat: 23.8g Recommended daily sugar Nestlé says it has discovered how to cut sugar in its chocolate by 40% without changing the taste
"01.12.2016 14:00:01" inews.co.uk Man steals bucket of gold on busy New York street in broad daylight You're walking down the street, and you see an armoured truck. The guards are busy, and there is a bucket containing £1.27million worth of gold in the back. What do you do? If you're anything like the man in this video, you use the 20 second window to If you saw an unguarded armoured truck containing a bucket filled with £1.27m of gold, would you steal it? This man did. In central Manhattan. In the middle of the day.
"01.12.2016 13:20:01" inews.co.uk Teenagers work out how to make Martin Shkreli's $750 HIV drug for £1 - The i newspaper online iNews Australian secondary school students have outflanked pharmaceuticals executive Martin Shkreli by reproducing the drug he price-hiked in the US. Mr Shkreli raised the price of Daraprim, a drug used to treat malaria and prevent some symptoms in HIV-positive Australian secondary school students have worked out how to make Martin Shkreli's $750 HIV drug for £1
"01.12.2016 12:54:36" inews.co.uk Brexit may negatively affect our newspaper profits, Daily Mail & General Trust warn - The i newspaper online iNews The publisher of the Brexit-backing Daily Mail has warned that the vote to leave the EU represents a risk to its business. Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT), which also prints the Mail on Sunday and Metro newspapers, warned the result of the referendum Leaving the EU may negative affect newspaper profits, says Brexit-backing Daily Mail
"01.12.2016 12:45:01" inews.co.uk How Concentrix tax credit blunders left many in humiliating hardship Tax chiefs have been attacked for a “gross failure of customer service” after tax credits were wrongly removed from thousands of vulnerable claimants. A catalogue of blunders by Concentrix, a giant American company hired by HMRC to root out tax credit Mistakes made by a HMRC-hired company left thousands without tax credits through no fault of their own
"01.12.2016 12:15:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy who? Tories extend their lead over Labour in Scotland Labour's electoral fortunes in Scotland are showing no sign of a revival, according to an opinion poll which shows the party are now lagging 10 points behind the Scottish Conservatives. In a blow to Jeremy Corbyn, who needs his party to stage a major Bad news for Jeremy Corbyn: Ruth Davidson and the Scottish Conservatives are continuing to scupper the chance of a Labour comeback
"01.12.2016 11:33:37" inews.co.uk Why more British women are turning to ultra-conservative Islam Brexit, Trump's victory and populism pose an existential threat to westernised Muslims. They are caught between unbending Islam and an extremist political right. Islam was once diverse, flexible, wise, essentially kind and unthreatening. In 1887, William "Like many Muslims, I am outraged when I see women wearing the full veil on British streets"
"01.12.2016 08:08:33" inews.co.uk Bank of England statement on animal fat fivers amid row The Bank of England is looking into the use of animal products in its five pound notes after it was revealed the new polymer fivers were made using tallow. Tallow is derived from animal fats – usually cows or sheep – it's a substance that is also used “We are aware of some people's concerns about traces of tallow in our new five pound note. We respect those concerns and are treating them with the utmost seriousness. This issue has only just come to light, and the Bank did not know about it when the
"01.12.2016 07:00:02" inews.co.uk A quiz expert's top ten ways to win a pub quiz In honour of the UK's second National Pub Quiz Day tomorrow, here are some top pub quiz tips from quiz expert Alan Connor. 1) Go easy on the booze A few pints can alleviate the stress of a pub quiz, but the battlefield of TV quizzing is littered with the 5) Only give a surname In most quizzes, that's enough to demonstrate knowledge, so don't add in extra information that you might get wrong!
"01.12.2016 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Flight engineer becomes first amputee to solo pilot a Spitfire in 70 years Chocks away!An RAF aircraft engineer has become the first amputee to solo pilot a Spitfire in 70 years thanks to a training programme backed by Prince Harry. Sergeant Alan Robinson realised a “childhood dream” flying the famous fighter aircraft at the Sergeant Alan Robinson realised a “childhood dream” flying the famous fighter aircraft at the Boultbee Flight Academy in Goodwood, West Sussex. Sgt Robinson, 38, lost his leg following a motorcycle accident in 2011.
"01.12.2016 06:00:01" inews.co.uk 'More people are going hungry': tackling food poverty in the UK It's a national scandal. And the government should be doing more. "So much of the debate is hinged around benefits and changes to the benefits system and whether people are 'deserving', or not deserving.
"I think it's important to get away from that.”
"01.12.2016 05:00:01" inews.co.uk I faced reality when I started working on a Mediterranean migrant rescue ship Beppe Galea Mallia, the chief officer of the MY Phoenix rescue ship, talks about the realities of his job "The worst situations are when the migrants are transported on large wooden boats. When they call me up the first thing I ask is 'is it a wooden boat?'
“If it's a large wooden boat the faces on the crew start worrying, you can feel the tension in the
"01.12.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Why London's most talked-about Indian restaurant came to Edinburgh Though still only in its 'soft opening' phase, new Edinburgh restaurant Dishoom is already shaping up to be as queued-out as its southern sisters. In a world full of PR spin, it's refreshing to hear what co-founders and cousins, Kavi and Shamil Thakrar, believe is the secret to their success.
"30.11.2016 23:11:00" inews.co.uk Mark Carney and Theresa May fall out for the second time in five days The rift between the Bank of the England and Theresa May widened after its governor warned that British companies wanted further “clarity” on her Brexit plans. Mark Carney said that businesses needed to know as soon as possible what “endpoint” the Prime "Having a degree of clarity, when appropriate, will help promote a smooth and orderly transition.”
"30.11.2016 22:36:43" Timeline Photos
"30.11.2016 22:27:01" inews.co.uk Netflix is now better than BBC iPlayer The Americans win again. It's not often the UK leads its cousin across the pond when it comes to digital innovation, but for a few years there, iPlayer gave Britons bragging rights. The BBC's invention was catch-up TV as it should be done, glossy, Netflix isn't perfect. But it just became a lot more useful, and it didn't get any more expensive. Neither of those things are true of iPlayer.
"30.11.2016 22:02:06" inews.co.uk The Missing: Finally a happy(ish) ending I was ready to be disappointed, bracing myself for an anti-climatic end. It never came. Unlike the first series of The Missing when viewers were let down by a rather flat finale (to my mind, little Oliver Hughes following a fox into the road was as With thrillers, you want a climax that makes you go: “Oh, of course!” This episode did just that.
"30.11.2016 21:36:15" inews.co.uk Boris Johnson call for migrant amnesty rejected by Theresa May A call from Boris Johnson for illegal immigrants who have been in Britain ten years to be given an amnesty has been given short shrift by Theresa May and other senior ministers. The Foreign Secretary argued in a Cabinet meeting on immigration policy that Boris Johnson wanted an amnesty for illegal immigrants who have been in the UK long-term, calling it the "humane" thing to do.
Theresa May is not interested.
"30.11.2016 20:49:26" inews.co.uk Why I walked out of Clint Eastwood's new film What happens if a director is accused of rape or holds unpalatable views? Kaleem Aftab explores the box-office battle to separate movies from the men who make them When The Birth of a Nation was bought for $17.5m (£14m) at the Sundance Film Festival in I decided to walk out of the cinema. Mostly because I realised that on that particular Saturday night, I would judge the film based on my views of Eastwood, rather than on its merits. And that was before Trump got elected.
"30.11.2016 20:15:00" inews.co.uk Chelsea made 'secret payment' to alleged sex abuse victim Chelsea sanctioned a secret payment to a former youth team player who accused the club's one-time chief scout of child abuse, it is claimed. An alleged victim was paid off after threatening to go public with claims he was sexually assaulted by Eddie Heath An alleged victim was paid off after threatening to go public with claims he was sexually assaulted by Eddie Heath in the 1970s
"30.11.2016 19:26:00" inews.co.uk Vape company makes St Helens stadium "Totally Wicked" Castleford fans will be gutted. For from the 2017 season, the Mend-a-Hose Jungle will no longer hold the title of the Super League Stadium with the silliest name. Instead that accolade will go to St Helens' home of Langtree Park – or the Totally Wicked Is England ready for the "Totally Wicked stadium"?
"30.11.2016 18:59:00" inews.co.uk Boat's anchor suspected of cutting UK power supply - expect rising prices Britain faces the prospect of rising energy prices later this winter after a boat's anchor was suspected of knocking out half the capacity from a crucial power link beneath the English Channel. Britain's power system is already under huge pressure as the 2016 has been a rough year.
"30.11.2016 18:25:00" inews.co.uk Media needs to show racists they are in the minority, says Polish community leader A Polish community leader says the media could play a role in tackling hate crime and racism by letting perpetrators know that they are “the ones in the minority” and that most people do not have hostile feelings towards those from other countries. Joanna “I feel that's the message we need to get out there to the people who perpetrate hate crime, to say:
'Most people don't feel like you. You're the ones in the minority.
Look at all these people who took the trouble to get in touch with us and say that
"30.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Good news vegetarians! The new Scottish £5 has no animal fat in it Scotland's new polymer £5 notes are free of any animal products, according to the banks that produce them. Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Scotland and Clydesdale Bank all confirmed that their notes contain no animal fat – unlike the Bank of England's Vegans, vegetarians, Hindus, Sikhs and Jains in Britain are angry over the revelation that the new English plastic fiver contains animal fat.
In Scotland, they can rest easy.
"30.11.2016 17:40:00" inews.co.uk Netflix finally enables offline watching Netflix subscribers can finally watch TV programmes and films offline for the first time. The streaming company has updated its service with a download feature, enabling users to watch without an internet connection, across iOS and Android smartphones and Commuters, rejoice! You can finally watch Netflix offline
"30.11.2016 16:59:34" inews.co.uk The new e-cigarette iQOS firm believes could make $1bn Phillip Morris International believe the new iQOS e-cigarette could add $1bn profit to the firm by 2020, after its limited release in Japan and Europe. The company behind Marlboro, Parliament and Chesterfield cigarettes is moving into this new type of e-cigarette
"30.11.2016 16:26:21" Timeline Photos This 'breast implant' handed in to an Australian police station turned out to be a jellyfish, not evidence of a suspected homicide
"30.11.2016 15:51:19" inews.co.uk Why more British women are turning to ultra-conservative Islam Brexit, Trump's victory and populism pose an existential threat to westernised Muslims. They are caught between unbending Islam and an extremist political right. Islam was once diverse, flexible, wise, essentially kind and unthreatening. In 1887, William This is how right-wing extremism pushes British Muslim women towards conservative Islam
"30.11.2016 15:08:02" inews.co.uk The real reason Jeremy Hunt wants to ban teen sexting Taken in isolation, Jeremy Hunt's suggestion that teenage “sexting” should be banned might seem like one of those quaintly out-of-touch things that fuddy-duddy Tory ministers tend to say. After all, a generation of teens have had access to camera phones Jeremy Hunt's suggested ban on teenage "sexting" should be seen as what it is: an attempt to spy on under-18s
"30.11.2016 14:19:26" inews.co.uk Politician: I did not know heterosexuals could contract HIV Democratic Union Party (DUP) politician Trevor Clarke has admitted he didn't know heterosexual people could contract HIV until the facts were explained to him by a charity. The DUP Chief Whip, who is promoting an HIV awareness campaign, said he had before A DUP member said he was “ignorant of the fact that [HIV] can affect heterosexuals.”
His party was pushing a new HIV awareness and prevention campaign.
"30.11.2016 13:14:22" inews.co.uk The Morning After Pill: Know your options The Morning After Pill is at the centre of a debate about its price and the “embarrassing” consultation women have to experience before they can access it. Women in the UK pay up to five times more… Want to know where to get the Morning After Pill for free? We've got you covered.
"30.11.2016 12:10:01" inews.co.uk The Missing: questions that need answered in the series two finale Ahead of the series two finale of The Missing on BBC One tonight (9pm), there are still some big questions to be answered. Will you be watching The Missing tonight?
"30.11.2016 11:45:00" inews.co.uk 'More people are going hungry': tackling food poverty in the UK - The i newspaper online iNews Several Christmases ago, Lindsay Boswell went to a small community group in Leicester supporting people in a “very hard-hit state”. “The woman who ran it told me that on Christmas Eve there was a young couple with a family who were really struggling,” he More and more Brits are going hungry. This is how we change that.
"30.11.2016 11:07:27" inews.co.uk Donald Trump: Being President is a bigger job than I thought - The i newspaper online iNews Donald Trump might be feeling overwhelmed with his next career move. He told former House of Representatives speaker Newt Gingrich that being President “is really a bigger job than I thought”. House of Representatives The House of Representatives makes Donald J. Trump: being President “is really a bigger job than I thought”
"30.11.2016 09:58:49" inews.co.uk Why isn't caste discrimination outlawed in the UK? Domestic servitude inflicted on Dalits, the 'untouchable' lowest Indian caste, was supposed to have been made illegal. Why hasn't the law been implemented? Permila was paid 11p by her employers, had no days off, no room of her own, and no contact with family and friends. All because she was an 'untouchable'.
India, right? Wrong. This was in Milton Keynes.
"30.11.2016 09:30:00" inews.co.uk The Missing 'replacement' Rillington Place is seriously chilling After gripping thriller The Missing concludes on Wednesday night, there will be a distinct murder-mystery shaped hole in the television schedule. Luckily, BBC1 has thought ahead with Rillington Place, a drama based on the Notting Hill murders in the Rillington Place is hardly Christmassy TV
"30.11.2016 09:00:01" Timeline Photos Sextortion is where people are blackmailed over the internet after being persuaded to perform sexual acts in front of a camera.
Four men have killed themselves in the UK in the last year after becoming victims of sextortion, police say.
"30.11.2016 08:30:00" It's St Andrews day! Today every building in Scotland must display the Saltire (that's the Scottish flag). Here's Theresa May's message for Scotland - transcribed below (spoiler - no mention of Tunnocks teacakes, Irn Bru or unicorns)
When I stood on
"30.11.2016 07:40:02" inews.co.uk Show this to your boss: how sleep deprivation is costing our economy Britain is suffering an epidemic of sleeplessness that is so bad it's costing the economy £40 billion a year in lost productivity, a new report warns. As jobs demand people to work increasingly irregular hours and social media makes it harder for them to British people getting more sleep could add £24 billion to the UK economy. Working longer hours doesn't mean you're able to do more! Be kind to yourself :)
"30.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk BFI saves Tiswas, Basil Brush and other 'at risk' classic shows The BFI will digitise and make available to the public 750,000 classic television shows which are currently stored on videotape and at risk of complete physical deterioration. The first faltering steps of Breakfast television in the UK, Programmes from the 60s to the 80s were stored on now-obsolete tapes before the BFI started to digitise them to "save them for the nation".
"30.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Helen Mirren: New 'feminist' Pirelli calendar marks a cultural shift against ageism The Pirelli calendar has traditionally been filled with pneumatic blondes and thick lashed teenagers; boobs and bums perkily on display. But the calendar, which was first published by the Italian tyre company in 1963, is celebrating women in a much more The calendar contains some of Hollywood's biggest names, of all different ages. Uma Thurman, Helen Mirren, Nicole Kidman, Lupita Nyong'o, Kate Winslet, Charlotte Rampling, Robin Wright, Rooney Mara, Jessica Chastain and Alicia Vikander are among them.
"30.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk The Queen's witty and irreverant best friend has died Margaret Rhodes, the Queen's cousin and one of her closest friends, has died aged 91. Margaret and her cousin Elizabeth, who would become Queen Elizabeth II, were born only ten months apart. The pair were friends from a young age, and spent holidays In 2013, in advance of Prince George's birth, she said she was not “wildly excited”: “Everybody has babies.”
"30.11.2016 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Women 'not having children' due to troubled maternity unit Women living near a hospital in the Scottish Highlands are considering not having any more children due to fears over changes to maternity services, it has been claimed. Under the plans, which were approved today by the board of NHS Highland, maternity Pregnant women who are deemed to be at risk of birthing complications will have to be taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, more than 100 miles away.
"30.11.2016 03:00:01" inews.co.uk Man sues after being banned from jive dancing in his wheelchair A 54-year-old man who says jive dancing saved him after a debilitating accident is suing a company that allegedly told him to stop dancing because he had damaged the floor with his wheelchair Fred Walden, who uses a wheelchair after an accident 32 years “Dancing is everything to me,” he told i.
"30.11.2016 00:00:00" inews.co.uk How Robert Rauschenberg helped to globalise the art world As the Tate Modern's new blockbuster retrospective will show, Robert Rauschenberg was nothing if not a pioneer. Coming to the fore in the 1950s, he anticipated both Pop Art and Conceptual Art, with his interest in everyday objects, and celebrated Rauschenberg embarked on a seven-year, 10-country tour that took him, in turn, to Mexico, Chile, Venezuela, China, Tibet, Japan, Cuba, the USSR, Malaysia, and Germany to create work inspired by those countries at a time when the world was divided.
"29.11.2016 23:00:29" inews.co.uk A dad's desperate search for a cup for his son with autism went viral Marc's youngest son, 14-year-old Ben, hasn't drunk at school since he was five and he won't drink outside the house. He hasn't drunk from anything except a two-handled blue plastic cup since he was two. But when a cheap plastic cup is used everyday for 12 Running out of time, and fearful of what could happen if the cup broke before he could find a replacement, Marc issued an emotional appeal on Twitter...
"29.11.2016 22:41:50" Timeline Photos Congratulations to i cartoonist Ben Jennings, who was runner-up for the political cartoon of the year award at tonight's #cartoonawards2016 for this effort.
Catch Ben's work every Saturday in i Weekend.
"29.11.2016 22:14:36" inews.co.uk The Missing 'replacement' Rillington Place is seriously chilling After gripping thriller The Missing concludes on Wednesday night, there will be a distinct murder-mystery shaped hole in the television schedule. Luckily, BBC1 has thought ahead with Rillington Place, a drama based on the Notting Hill murders in the The breakout of the Second World War leads to the slow destruction of Reg's behaviour as he begins to wage war against his own wife.
"29.11.2016 21:50:32" inews.co.uk A very hard quiz: Bad Sex Awards – fill in the blanks Forget the Oscars and the Grammies. Awards season begins with the biggest literary bash of the year: the Bad Sex Award. Every year, the Literary Review lines up nominations of the cringiest, most bizarre passages about sex. The journal then decides which "My body was her [blank]."
"29.11.2016 21:00:37" inews.co.uk Angela Merkel: trigger Article 50 and then we'll talk about expats Europe's leaders piled fresh pressure on Theresa May over Brexit as they refused to bow to calls for an early deal on the status of British nationals living in the EU. They made clear that the subject would not be on the table until the Prime Minister “They want to have their cake, eat it, and get a smile from the baker," said Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.
"29.11.2016 20:22:58" inews.co.uk The new £5 note shows the government doesn't care about vegetarians Earlier this week, I saw a post on Facebook which claimed that the new £5 notes circulated by the Bank of England contained tallow – a substance made from animal fats which many vegetarians don't use or buy. I decide to investigate, and emailed the Bank
"29.11.2016 19:37:40" inews.co.uk NASA want you to invent something better than a nappy for astronauts NASA has launched a public appeal to come up with a solution to an age-old question: how do you go to the toilet if you're in a spacesuit? If you've got an answer, the space agency would love to hear it. They'll even give you $30,000 for your trouble. Introducing NASA's "Space Poop Challenge" (that's really what it's called).
If you can think of something better than a nappy for people who have to spend hours in sealed spacesuits, you could win $30,000.
"29.11.2016 19:15:00" inews.co.uk The Queen's witty and irreverant best friend has died Margaret Rhodes, the Queen's cousin and one of her closest friends, has died aged 91. Margaret and her cousin Elizabeth, who would become Queen Elizabeth II, were born only ten months apart. The pair were friends from a young age, and spent holidays One of the Queen's closest friends has died aged 91
"29.11.2016 19:15:00" inews.co.uk The Missing: questions that need answered in the series two finale Ahead of the series two finale of The Missing on BBC One, there are still some big questions to be answered. Will we get the answers we're looking for?
"29.11.2016 18:30:00" The Morning After Pill: Know your options Know your options after having unprotected sex.
These are the basics surrounding the morning-after pill in the UK.
"29.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk BFI saves Tiswas, Basil Brush and other 'at risk' classic shows The BFI will digitise and make available to the public 750,000 classic television shows which are currently stored on videotape and at risk of complete physical deterioration. The first faltering steps of Breakfast television in the UK, Basil Brush and Tiswas are among the 750,000 classic television shows the BFI is saving
"29.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Amazon Prime: the best new TV and films in December - The i newspaper online iNews From kooky indie comedies to gritty French crime thrillers, and a top-notch rockumentary. As winter sends the mercury plummeting, cosy nights in become a must.
"29.11.2016 17:16:20" inews.co.uk MMA is the ultimate way to stay fighting fit Remember that episode of Friends where Monica's millionaire boyfriend decided to become an Ultimate Fighting Champion (UFC), only to end up in a full-body cast after seconds in the ring? His combination of jeet kune do and Brazilian street fighting didn't Want to keep fit this winter? Get inspired by the UFC and try MMA
"29.11.2016 16:04:24" inews.co.uk Scotland examines free abortions for Northern Irish women The Scottish Government is examining whether women from Northern Ireland could be allowed to travel to Scotland to have free abortions on the NHS, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed. The SNP leader said she had instructed ministers to explore whether the Nicola Sturgeon wants to offer Northern Irish women free abortions in Scotland
"29.11.2016 15:38:16" inews.co.uk Holland votes to ban burqa as Ukip calls for UK to follow Dutch MPs have voted to ban the burqa in public places including public transport, hospitals and schools. Burqa Covers the whole face and body. Niqab A face veil that leaves only the eyes uncovered. Hijab A scarf that covers the hair and neck. The “You have to look at the other issues surrounding security, because whether we like it or not we are the most watched people in the world,” Paul Nuttall said.
“There's more CCTV in Britain per head than anywhere else on the planet. And for CCTV to be
"29.11.2016 14:32:41" inews.co.uk The new £5 note shows the government doesn't care about vegetarians Earlier this week, I saw a post on Facebook which claimed that the new £5 notes circulated by the Bank of England contained tallow – a substance made from animal fats which many vegetarians don't use or buy. I decide to investigate, and emailed the Bank If you're a vegetarian, you may want to take a look at what goes into making your fivers
"29.11.2016 13:22:57" inews.co.uk Eric Bristow is one of many who need challenging on male sex abuse In helping to break the silence around sexual abuse, Andy Woodward and his fellow ex-footballers have given voice and strength to countless numbers of survivors. Perhaps even more powerful have been the thousands of messages of support and sympathy that Eric Bristow is just one of many who says male sexual abuse survivors aren't "real men"
"29.11.2016 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Netflix: the best new TV and films in December There's quite the array of fresh films and television treats next month. New true-crime to rival Making A Murderer, a return from the Mythbusters team, an animated show from Guillermo del Toro - and an inspired Douglas Adams adaptation.
"29.11.2016 12:30:00" Jeremy Clarkson says his new app is like YouPorn, but for cars. Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson has said his new app is like YouPorn, but for cars.
"29.11.2016 12:00:00" Jeremy Clarkson takes swipe at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn 'He's going to fail in his job'
Jeremy Clarkson takes swipe at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
"29.11.2016 11:28:36" inews.co.uk M Night Shyamalan's comeback is one twist no-one saw coming In a twist worthy of that breakthrough hit The Sixth Sense, M Night Shyamalan appears to be well and truly back. Starring James McAvoy as a disturbed kidnapper with dozens of different personalities, his new film has received an extremely positive response from critics.
"29.11.2016 09:00:00" Usain Bolt's new documentary Usain Bolt's new documentary
"29.11.2016 08:48:10" Plane carrying Brazilian football team has crashed in Colombia A plane carrying a Brazilian football team has crashed in Colombia. The Brazilian team were flying to a regional tournament final.
"29.11.2016 08:45:01" Woman is left paralysed by hit and run driver 'What type of person could run someone over and leave them for dead?'
The Met Police have released CCTV footage of the moment Chanelle Higgins was left paralysed after a hit and run incident.
"29.11.2016 08:23:00" inews.co.uk Diane Abbott interview: Sounding like Ukip is no way for Labour to win The woman who will lead a fresh Labour drive to highlight the benefits of immigration has personal experience of the increase in race hate since Britain voted to leave the European Union. Diane Abbott, the shadow Home Secretary, argued that the party Diane Abbott thinks Labour should continue to campaign on the economic boost from migration
"29.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Brexit has its 'quiet batpeople' moment with memo leak Cybersecurity troubles were the last of the Government's concerns when a photographer snapped an adviser's notes as she emerged from the Brexit ministry. The handwritten notes, on a notebook page that was visible to waiting photographers, appeared to Who needs hackers when all these advisers keep accidentally pointing their important, secret notes at the cameras?
"29.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk How to choose a career when you have absolutely no idea We asked two careers experts for some down-to-earth, practical advice on how to get started. "The most important thing is not to panic."
"29.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Moana: what the brains behind 'The Little Mermaid' did next It's odd to think in these days of Pixar and Dreamworks in their pomp that there was a time in the 1980s when many felt that animated features had run their course. Back at the time of the ominously titled The Black Cauldron (1984), toons looked as if Meet Ron Clements and John Musker, two greats of animation, who've just added Moana to a CV that includes The Little Mermaid, Hercules and Aladdin.
"29.11.2016 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump could start nuclear war with China, Pilger film warns Donald Trump could instigate a nuclear conflict between the US and China, a feature-length documentary by the campaigning journalist John Pilger warns. Days before its cinema and ITV screening next week, the Bafta and Emmy award-winning Pilger has “We are sleepwalking into a very dangerous moment. Only a demented person wants a nuclear war.”
"29.11.2016 02:00:01" inews.co.uk How going against the grain kickstarted Manchester's creative revolution London was once at the heart of the country's media and creative industries, but a mass move north has changed the field, perhaps forever. The 'creative north' now accounts for over 61,000 jobs in Greater Manchester alone, and generates £3 billion in economic output.
"29.11.2016 00:00:01" inews.co.uk GPs appointments by phone? Bring it on Of everyone I know, those with doctors or healthcare professionals in their families seem to visit the doctor least often. The reason, at first glance, seems obvious: they can turn to their relative before their GP. But unless that relative makes a habit Access to the reassurance and knowledge of a doctor or nurse seems to be enough to forestall most health concerns.
"28.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Thatcherite' French presidential hopeful could push for quick British exit from EU The French former prime minister François Fillon could seek to roll back the UK border and push for a speedy Brexit if he becomes the country's president in next year's elections. Mr Fillon, who won the presidential nomination for France's main “The objectives are clear,” he said.
“The British out, but the English, do not make them adversaries. Neither hostility nor complacency.”
"28.11.2016 22:28:37" inews.co.uk 'MPs: Behind Closed Doors' shows our politicians at their best Even if MPs: Behind Closed Doors hadn't ended with an epitaph to the brilliant Jo Cox, it would have had special resonance in the wake of her murder trial, championing as it did the public service given by these oft-discredited but often, like Cox, On the one hand, you had the decidedly “can do” Naz Shah.
On the other, you had Jacob Rees-Mogg, whose urbane demeanour suggests a man who likes to pretend life is one big dinner party.
"28.11.2016 22:00:55" inews.co.uk World leaders set to shun Fidel Castro's funeral To attend or not to attend: that is the question dividing world leaders as the funeral of the contentious former Cuban leader Fidel Castro fast appoaches. The seniority of officials at state funerals is usually of high diplomatic status. However, RSVPs to Out: Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Justin Trudeau, Vladimir Putin.
In: Gerry Adams, Juan Carlos of Spain, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro.
"28.11.2016 21:26:43" inews.co.uk Is this the fullest glimpse so far of Theresa May's Brexit strategy? Britain is unlikely to be able to remain in the single market after it leaves the European Union, according to a memo which appears to give the fullest insight so far into Theresa May's possible approach to Brexit talks. The handwritten note, which was “What's the model? Have your cake and eat it.”
"28.11.2016 21:15:00" inews.co.uk Autism, deaf and dementia-friendly screenings: how Glasgow Film Theatre provides 'cinema for all' Glasgow Film Theatre has been encouraging ordinary Glaswegians to enjoy a broad spectrum of films for the best part of a century. A lot of time and effort is spent on welcoming sections of the community that may have previously been excluded from cinema-going.
"28.11.2016 21:00:00" Ed Balls twirls for the camera in his kitchen Ed Balls may have been kicked out of Strictly, but there's no one to stop him throwing some shapes on his own ballroom dance floor.
AKA the kitchen.
"28.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Why the situation for parents in the creative industries needs to improve Hope Dickson Leach explains why the current situation for parents and carers in the creative industries needs a radical shift. Only 14% of women working in the film industry have children.
79% of respondents reported that their career felt a negative impact from their parenting and caring responsibilities.
"28.11.2016 20:00:01" inews.co.uk 20 best spirits and liqueurs for Christmas Expressive with strong floral notes, this is elegant and powerfully aromatic. Aged… Tis the season to be jolly
"28.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Depression in comedy is no laughing matter Comic talent is often coupled with self-doubt and poor mental health, says Lynne Parker, who has helped to set up a female-led study into the problem Seeking answers among funny women about comedy's link with depression.
"28.11.2016 19:00:02" inews.co.uk Children's author Catherine Rayner on creating award-winning books Just over a decade ago, while in her mid-twenties, the author and illustrator published her first children's book. Sometimes the best ideas come from the smallest doodles, according to Catherine Rayner.
"28.11.2016 18:28:01" inews.co.uk Newly elected UKIP leader Paul Nuttall in his own words Paul Nuttall has been elected Ukip's new leader, replacing Nigel Farage at the head of the party. The MEP grew up in Merseyside and attended a comprehensive school. A practising Roman Catholic, he believes abortion should be banned after 12 weeks of “In terms of capital punishment. I've been quite open that I believe in capital punishment for the killers of children – people like Ian Huntley, Ian Brady and what not. Which is what the majority of British people think.”
"28.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: how much do you know about this week in history? Test your knowledge now. From the king of pop, to the Emperor of France.
"28.11.2016 16:22:41" Paul Nuttall on immigration, the death penalty and abortion. "I believe in capital punishment for the killers of children: people like Ian Huntley, Ian Brady.
"Which is what the majority of British people think."
Newly elected UKIP leader Paul Nuttall's words on immigration, the death penalty and abortion.
"28.11.2016 16:03:16" inews.co.uk Heston Blumenthal unveils bacon trifle for Waitrose. But what else is he capable of? Nothing says Merry Christmas like a good old, traditional sherry trifle. However Heston Blumenthal, the notoriously inventive chef, has decided to totally reinvent the dish this year with a bizarre banana and bacon version. The new dish goes on sale at Edible cutlery? Mayonnaise-filled insects? Pig sweat soup?
Some are real, some are fake. Can you tell which?
"28.11.2016 14:02:21" inews.co.uk Paul Nuttall as Ukip leader spells doom for Labour MPs Paul Nuttall's election as Ukip leader will send a shiver down the spine of Labour MPs who fear they could be sitting on “soft” majorities. Labour MPs across central Scotland – where the party's vote used to be weighed rather than counted – once believed During his leadership campaign the Merseyside-born former college lecturer pledged to take on Labour in the north and Midlands. For all Nigel Farage's undeniable star power and ability to connect with disenchanted voters across England and Wales, he is
"28.11.2016 12:04:20" inews.co.uk Paul Nuttall wins biggest mandate in Ukip history to become new leader Paul Nuttall has been elected the new Ukip leader, winning 63 per cent of the vote -the biggest mandate in the party's history. The Merseyside-born MEP, who is one of Ukip's most prominent media spokespeople, was considered the runaway favourite to become Winner! A face we'll be seeing a lot more of, no doubt.
'Today is the day that we start to put the Ukip jigsaw back together,' he said.
"28.11.2016 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Who's likely to win the second Ukip leadership contest of the year Paul Nuttall is the runaway favourite to become the next Ukip leader after nominations closed for the election to succeed Nigel Farage. The party's former deputy leader will portray himself as the unity candidate after four months of vicious and Paul Nuttall is the runaway favourite to become the next Ukip leader today
"28.11.2016 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Princess Beatrice 'cuts Ed Sheeran's face with sword' - The i newspaper online iNews Oh what a knight! At least it was for Princess Beatrice, seventh in line to the throne. She managed to lose her balance while 'knighting' singer James Blunt in a mock ceremony at a party. Not only did she manage to make a hash of that, but she also She managed to lose her balance while 'knighting' singer James Blunt in a mock ceremony at a party.
"28.11.2016 08:15:00" inews.co.uk Pop Culture Quiz of the Week Super Size me, Pokemon Go and box office flops all feature in this week's pop culture quiz. Do you know your T in the Park from the News at 10?
"28.11.2016 07:41:07" inews.co.uk Hamilton stuck two fingers up at new champion to no avail In attitude and hauteur, expressed to the very end by his refusal to accept team orders over the closing laps, you might say Lewis Hamilton gave two fingers to the new world champion. Yet the only fingers that mattered were those raised by Nico Rosberg in Hamilton's posturing was the helpless squeal of the impotent.
The more Hamilton stuck out his chest, the more he drew a distinction between being the best and being world champion, claiming the latter does not identify the former, the more Rosberg
"28.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Las Vegas: Return for less than £400 with Norwegian Airlines - review With the launch of low-cost flights and cheap hotels for those who know where to look, you can now do the capital of glitz on a budget. A trip to this Nevada city is high on many holiday wishlists. Until now, flights have been costly, with airlines charging around £900 for a return from the UK.
But low-cost airline Norwegian Airlines has shaken up the market by launching a return for
"28.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk I love Blairism - but we have never needed Tony Blair less I was happy when Tony Blair left office. More than that, I was relieved. For years, by 2007, the prime minister has been obsessed with ID cards and locking people up without trial, and had been at the heart of the biggest foreign policy screw up in For years, by 2007, the prime minister has been obsessed with ID cards and locking people up without trial, and had been at the heart of the biggest foreign policy screw up in decades.
And what felt worse, he was leader of the party I ostensibly
"28.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Castro the tyrant Shortly after the announcement Fidel Castro had died, state security agents turned up at a house in Havana. It belonged to the mother of Danilo Maldonado, a graffiti artist known as 'El Sexto' who has frequently clashed with the Cuban regime. Last year The reality is Fidel was far from a romantic hero.
He was a selfish tyrant who killed rivals from the start of his reign and crushed dissent over almost five decades in power, throwing thousands into grim prisons and harassing many more.
"28.11.2016 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Listening to music at work can boost productivity, study suggests Listening to music while on the job can boost workplace productivity, a study by music psychologist Dr Anneli Haake has suggested.
"28.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk The battle against plastic waste is gaining ground - but it's nowhere near won - The i newspaper online iNews Tesco may be better known for its drive to cut costs and increase profits – but this week Britain's biggest supermarket chain has staked a claim to being a green retail champion as well. The supermarket group said it was pressuring suppliers to take Tesco may be better known for its drive to cut costs and increase profits – but this week Britain's biggest supermarket chain has staked a claim to being a green retail champion as well.
"28.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Smoking, drinking and sexually transmitted viruses to blame for soar in mouth cancer - The i newspaper online iNews Rates of mouth cancer have soared by almost 70 per cent over the last 20 years with drinking, smoking and sexual habits thought to be to blame for the vast majority of cases, according to new figures. Cancer Research UK, who published the data, issue a Rates of mouth cancer have soared by almost 70 per cent over the last 20 years with drinking, smoking and sexual habits thought to be to blame for the vast majority of cases, according to new figures.
"28.11.2016 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Pay to stay: Plans to allow Brits to buy EU benefits Britons could be given the option of buying the benefits of EU membership after Brexit, according to plans backed by Europe's chief Brexit negotiator.
"27.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Business pay targeted by Theresa May (it was a Labour idea first) Corporate greed will be tackled with tougher scrutiny of company chiefs receiving excessive salary packages, under plans to be set out on Tuesday by Theresa May.
"27.11.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Anti-immigration candidate François Fillon wins Republican presidential candidacy The French Republican party has elected François Fillon as its candidate to stand in next year's presidential elections. Mr Fillion, who served as Prime Minister under Nicolas Sarkozy, saw a surge in support for his agenda of economic reform and hardline The French Republican party has elected François Fillon as its candidate to stand in next year's presidential elections.
"27.11.2016 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Just one woman wins a seat in Kuwait elections Just one woman won a seat in Kuwait's elections which were held this weekend. Safa al-Hashem was the only woman to win one 50 seats in the election. Saturday's elections were the fourth since February 2012 after being called by the Emir in October amid Safa al-Hasem was one of 15 women who ran for seats in this weekend's election.
However she was the only woman to win a seat.
"27.11.2016 21:43:01" inews.co.uk 'I caught myself crying': Cubans react to the death of Fidel Castro - The i newspaper online iNews Ted Francis meets some of the mourners in Havana In his heyday, Fidel Castro could draw over a million people to Havana's Plaza de la Revolucion with speeches that could last anything up to five hours. A remarkable achievement, especially for an island While nine out of ten Cubans shared in the outpouring of grief, there were those more measured in their declarations of fondness for a dictator who ran his country with an iron will.
"27.11.2016 21:30:01" inews.co.uk How to enjoy the festive season as a vegetarian A few tips and tricks that can help vegetarians and those catering for veggie family members this Christmas. "The Christmas dinner table isn't the best time to try to get others to see things your way. You're not there to guilt trip anyone, or judge the food your host has cooked for other people, or 'win Christmas' – it's about goodwill to all."
"27.11.2016 21:02:00" inews.co.uk Hamilton stuck two fingers up at new champion to no avail In attitude and hauteur, expressed to the very end by his refusal to accept team orders over the closing laps, you might say Lewis Hamilton gave two fingers to the new world champion. Yet the only fingers that mattered were those raised by Nico Rosberg in Yes, Hamilton scored more race wins, more poles and more podium finishes. No, he did not enjoy the rub of the mechanical green, suffering engine and clutch malfunctions at critical moments.
But for a good part of the season, Rosberg dominated his
"27.11.2016 20:07:52" inews.co.uk Ed Balls finally kicked out of Strictly as judges take revenge He delighted the nation with his unconventional ballroom manoeuvres. But Ed Balls was finally voted out of Strictly Come Dancing after the show's judges took their revenge. “I so enjoyed myself and got so much further than I ever thought I could and I am He delighted the nation with his unconventional ballroom manoeuvres. But Ed Balls was finally voted out of Strictly Come Dancing after the show's judges took their revenge.
"27.11.2016 20:00:00" inews.co.uk How to survive winter on your bike - according to a Canadian Keep your two wheels on firm ground with this handy guide. Thinking of hanging up your wheels this winter? This might convince you not to.
"27.11.2016 19:23:35" inews.co.uk Make misogyny a hate crime and decriminalise abortion, Women's Equality Party demands Delegates at the inaugural Women's Equality Party conference voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion proposing the UK's definition of hate crime be expanded to include misogyny. The fledgling party, launched last year, has attracted over 65,000 members Delegates at the inaugural Women's Equality Party conference voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion proposing the UK's definition of hate crime be expanded to include misogyny.
The fledgling party, launched last year, has attracted over 65,000
"27.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Uber braces itself for key court ruling in Europe Uber is due to appear before the European Commission in a landmark case on Tuesday to determine whether the company should be bound by the same rules and regulations as its more traditional rivals. The San Francisco-based app business claims to be a The decision is due on Tuesday and will decide whether Uber will have to obey strict rules surrounding licensing, insurance and safety
"27.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Top chefs reveal their favourite cookery books Budding amateurs turn to the professionals when it comes to inspiration for recipes, but who do the professionals turn to? The foodie tomes that inspired our culinary greats.
"27.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Odeon to open cinemas on Christmas Day The UK's biggest cinema chain is set to open it's doors again on Christmas Day, with showings of Passengers and Star Wars on offer. Ever felt like seeing a bit of Sci-Fi on Christmas Day? Now you can
"27.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Six people in Australia die from thunderstorm related asthma The death toll from thunderstorm asthma in Melbourne has risen to six. According to The Herald Sun, five people are in hospital with three in intensive care. Heavy rains and winds last Monday prompted asthma attacks among those living in the city with A change in humidity mixed in with thunderstorms and a high pollen count has left people in the state of Victoria suffering from asthma attacks on November 21.
Over 8,000 people were treated in hospital on Monday for breathing problems.
"27.11.2016 17:00:00" inews.co.uk On Fidel's legacy, I'm with Trump Hearing news that Fidel Castro had died, we thought immediately of “Angelo” – not his real name – a Havana taxi driver, who gave us eye-opening insight into ordinary Cubans' lives in several extended journeys around town last year. At least his cab 'Words I thought I would never write: in the matter of Castro's passing, I'm with Trump'
"27.11.2016 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Bank of England boss 'makes secret plans to keep UK in single market' Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is working on a secret plan to secure Britain's place in the single market for at least two years, it has been claimed. He is said to have told companies to continue to operate under the current trading rules until 2021. The UK is expected to leave the EU in early 2019.
"27.11.2016 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Lies and Censorship in the Golden Age of Communication What a tragedy it is, in this golden age of communication, that so many choose to exercise their freedom of speech through fabricated news stories. 'What a tragedy it is, in this golden age of communication, that so many choose to exercise their freedom of speech by lying, trolling, spewing hate speech and through the cynical design of websites designed to carry fabricated news stories'
"27.11.2016 15:00:02" inews.co.uk PM admits Brexit keeps her awake at night Theresa May has admitted that Brexit keeps her awake at night. In a personal interview she spoke about her upbringing and relationship with her husband. In an interview with The Sunday Times, the PM said that the challenge of Brexit keeps her awake at night.
She said: “I want to make sure that everything we do ensures Britain is a country that works for everyone. We can make a success of it, we will
"27.11.2016 14:00:01" The i Paper Music is widely believed to provide therapy for those who suffer from Alzheimer's Disease.
This powerful footage shows an 88-year-old woman with advanced stages of the disease play piano music from memory. This powerful footage shows an 88-year-old woman with advanced stages of Alzheimer's play piano music from memory.
Music is widely believed to provide therapy for those who suffer from the disease.
"27.11.2016 13:02:11" inews.co.uk Moroccan TV shows women how to cover up domestic abuse bruises A Moroccan state broadcaster has come under fire after demonstrating how victims of domestic abuse should cover up their injuries. The host said she hoped the tips would help women 'carry on with their daily life' and to 'use loose powder throughout the day to make sure the bruises don't show'
"27.11.2016 12:00:00" The i Paper Ever been so frustrated by train delays you've felt your driver owed you an apology? This Southern Rail train driver did just that - and it was met with an overwhelming round of applause 'I'm telling you from me, and this is nothing to do with my employer, that I am sorry that you are having to be subjected to being treated in this way.'
This is the moment a train driver addressed his passengers to apologise for the delays on Southern
"27.11.2016 10:55:43" inews.co.uk Trump calls Wisconsin vote recount a 'scam' Donald Trump has slammed a recount of votes in Wisconsin forced by Green Party candidate Jill Stein as a "scam", adding the election is "over". The President-elect says the results should not be "challenged or abused" as "the election is over"
"27.11.2016 10:30:01" inews.co.uk Feminists flock to Women's Equality Party conference - but is this a movement for women of colour? The leader of the Women's Equality Party has batted off criticism that her party only represents the interests of white, middle-class women and promised to “build a movement for all”. In an address to hundreds of members of the fledgling political party, The party has gained 65,000 members since it was launched last year
"27.11.2016 10:00:00" The i Paper 'The aim of this film is to break a silence.
'...A nuclear war is no longer unthinkable.'
John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' reveals what the news doesn't - the terrifying prospect of nuclear war between China and the US. 'The aim of this film is to break a silence.
'...A nuclear war is no longer unthinkable.'
John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' reveals what the news doesn't - the terrifying prospect of nuclear war between China and the US.
"27.11.2016 09:30:01" The i Paper 'Someone save me now please. Hiding in the bed'
Seven-year-old girl Bana documents her experiences in the war-ridden Syrian city of Aleppo. 'Someone save me now please. Hiding in the bed'
Seven-year-old Bana documents her experiences in the war-ridden city of Aleppo.
"26.11.2016 23:59:00" inews.co.uk Fidel Castro and the CIA's 638 assassination attempts Fidel Castro who died at the age of 90 on November 25 shared his surprise at reaching a landmark age during his last speech. Castro told the crowd that reaching 90 was “something i'd never imagined.” Considering the number of attempts to take his life by Many of the attempts were under Operation Mongoose, a CIA programme which aimed to topple the Cuban government. It was developed during the first year of John F Kennedy's administration.
"26.11.2016 21:47:06" inews.co.uk Hillary Clinton's campaign say they will join efforts for recount in three key swing states Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has confirmed that it intends in joining the effort to force a recount of votes in several key states. Independent candidate Jill Stein has already raised some $5.8 million to demand a recount of votes in Wisconsin, The campaign has said they will join efforts for a recount in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Clinton's campaign General Counsel Marc Elias wrote: "“We intend to participate in order to ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all
"26.11.2016 20:58:27" inews.co.uk World leaders react to the death of Fidel Castro Former President of Cuba Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90. His brother Raul Castro announced the news during a late night broadcast on state television on November 25. Following the announcement of the former leader's death, former and current world World leaders have reacted following the announcement of the death of Fidel Castro.
US President Barack Obama said: "History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him.”
"26.11.2016 19:56:44" inews.co.uk Former Hong Kong governor Chris Patten criticises campaigns for independence in the region Hong Kong's last colonial governor Chris Patten has criticised campaigns for independence in the region. He was speaking at an event at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong when he made the remarks. Patten said that the growing campaign for Chris Patten made the remarks during an appearance at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents Club.
He said: “It would be dishonest, dishonourable and reckless of somebody like me to pretend that the case for democracy should be mixed up with an argument
"26.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk How to perfect the art of gin drinking Gin's popularity is booming – and it's no longer an old fashioned tipple reserved for your Auntie Jean and her 'special lemonades'. For the perfect G&T or cocktail, look no further.
"26.11.2016 18:05:54" inews.co.uk Crowds of Cuban exiles gather in Miami to celebrate after announcement of Castro's death Thousands of Cuban exiles have gathered on the streets of Miami, cheering the death of Fidel Castro. Little Havana was filled with people playing loud music and waving Cuban flags upon learning of the former leader's death. The area in Miami is heavily Crowds of Cuban exiles gathered in the city's Little Havana district to celebrate the death of the former leader.
One of those celebrating said: “I find it hard to believe. We've been out here so many times when it wasn't true and this time it is. I
"26.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk It's time to revive the 1970s dinner party Prawn cocktail! Duck a l'orange! Black Forest gateaux! A time when food was meant to be enjoyed and shared with friends, with no hint of the smugness that can accompany pictures of cauliflower rice and pomegranate seeds.
"26.11.2016 17:00:00" The i Paper Ever been so frustrated by train delays you've felt your driver owed you an apology? This Southern Rail train driver did just that - and it was met with an overwhelming round of applause Ever been so frustrated by train delays you've felt your driver owed you an apology?
This Southern Rail train driver did just that - and it was met with an overwhelming round of applause
"26.11.2016 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Miles Teller on his new buffness - and putting his guard up Miles Teller has always been a big fan of fighting. “I love it,” he tells me while perched on a couch in a London hotel. “My buddies at school were wrestlers and some of my closest friends now are Special Forces guys. I dig that kind of warrior A car crash at the age of 20 left Miles Teller with many scars on his face.
Although he went through corrective surgery, the feedback from film auditions was: "Miles is a good actor, but it doesn't make sense for the character to have scars."
"26.11.2016 15:30:00" The i Paper Think you have a reliable memory? Met Police's fictional video suggests otherwise as bodycam footage and eye-witness accounts don't quite match up Think you have a reliable memory?
Met Police's fictional video suggests otherwise as bodycam footage and eye-witness accounts don't quite match up
"26.11.2016 14:35:51" inews.co.uk Journalist becomes first hijab-wearing news anchor in Canada A Toronto TV reporter Ginella Massa is believed to be the first woman in Canada to present the news while wearing a hijab. She says it's important for there to be positive images of hijab-wearing women in the media
"26.11.2016 14:00:00" inews.co.uk What you learn as a non-league football fan It's the sharp end of the sport. But the human end too. "There is a distinct lack of tribalism as you descend the football pyramid. There's no mandatory segregation below Conference level, and people generally behave in a mature, friendly fashion. There's banter, yes, but respect too."
"26.11.2016 13:30:00" inews.co.uk The Apprentice candidates reviewed by a recruitment expert Career coach and author Corinne Mills watched episode eight of The Apprentice to review each candidate. This week the candidates were tasked with organising an exclusive late-night event at the London Aquarium and Madame Tussauds. Alana Dillon was very We got a real life recruitment expert to rate the candidates on this week's Apprentice
"26.11.2016 13:00:00" The i Paper 'The aim of this film is to break a silence.
'...A nuclear war is no longer unthinkable.'
John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' reveals what the news doesn't - the terrifying prospect of nuclear war between China and the US. 'The aim of this film is to break a silence.
'...A nuclear war is no longer unthinkable.'
John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' reveals what the news doesn't - the terrifying prospect of nuclear war between China and the US.
"26.11.2016 12:30:01" inews.co.uk Pop Culture Quiz of the Week Super Size me, Pokemon Go and box office flops all feature in this week's pop culture quiz. 10 questions to test your pop culture knowledge...
"26.11.2016 12:20:03" inews.co.uk Pay to stay: Plans to allow Brits to buy EU benefits Britons could be given the option of buying the benefits of EU membership after Brexit, according to plans backed by Europe's chief Brexit negotiator. Guy Verhofstadt, who takes the lead on the UK's exit at the EU parliament, also vowed to fight for “the The chief negotiator on the UK's exit in Brussels has said he backs the plans and vowed to fight for 'the rights of the 48%'
"26.11.2016 12:00:00" The i Paper Diane Abbott gave a damning speech about the way child sex abuse cases have been dealt with by the Government and police.
Inspectors found 'serious failings' within the Metropolitan Police, stating the force deal with 75% of child sex abuse cases Diane Abbott gave a damning speech about the way child sex abuse cases have been dealt with by the Government and police.
Inspectors found 'serious failings' within the Metropolitan Police, stating the force deal with 75% of child sex abuse cases
"26.11.2016 11:30:00" Seven-year-old documents experiences in Aleppo. 'Someone save me now please. Hiding in the bed'
Seven-year-old girl Bana documents her experiences in the war-ridden Syrian city of Aleppo.
"26.11.2016 11:00:00" inews.co.uk 3% on Netflix: a prescient, dystopian view of a divided society It reflects our complex times – and is a breath of fresh, Brazilian air. Ideal for binge-viewing this weekend.
"26.11.2016 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Fidel Castro dies aged 90 The revolutionary socialist's death was announced by his brother Raul on state television late on Friday evening. He survived multiple assassination attempts and launched a communist revolution
"26.11.2016 10:05:00" inews.co.uk How to spend a weekend in Glasgow - an insider's guide Your guide to making the most of 48 hours in Glasgow, Scotland's largest city. Planning a weekend break soon? Try Glasgow on for size.
"26.11.2016 09:34:46" inews.co.uk Women's Equality Party: Women in Britain are still second-class citizens The Government continues to treat women as second-class citizens and is falling “staggeringly short” when it comes to tackling gender inequality in Britain, the leader of the Women's Equality Party will argue in a speech on Saturday. Sophie Walker will They say the Government is falling 'staggeringly short' on tackling gender equality
"26.11.2016 09:24:47" inews.co.uk Government letters reveal how the North East's devolution deal collapsed amid fears over EU funding after Brexit - The i newspaper online iNews The Government's £300m devolution deal for the North East collapsed after council leaders made repeated failed attempts to obtain what they felt were adequate assurances from Sajid Javid that the region's EU funding would be sustained after Brexit. Exclusive: The official letters, obtained by i under the Freedom of Information Act, show they held an urgent last-ditch meeting with Sajid Javid at the end of August to try to resolve their concerns, after which he warned that any delay would mean the
"26.11.2016 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Government letters reveal how the North East's devolution deal collapsed amid fears over EU funding after Brexit The Government's £300m devolution deal for the North East collapsed after council leaders made repeated failed attempts to obtain what they felt were adequate assurances from Sajid Javid that the region's EU funding would be sustained after Brexit. Exclusive: The official letters, obtained by i under the Freedom of Information Act, show they held an urgent last-ditch meeting with Sajid Javid at the end of August to try to resolve their concerns, after which he warned that any delay would mean the
"26.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Richmond by-election could upset Theresa Mays Brexit plans An against-the-odds Liberal Democrat victory in next week's crucial by-election would send such shockwaves through Downing Street that Theresa May would be forced to take a softer approach to Brexit, a former party leader claimed. The Lib Dems are Paddy Ashdown: “If a Lib Dem wins here, it will rock the government over the strategy they have laid out."
"26.11.2016 04:30:00" inews.co.uk Naked exercise isn't just for exhibitionists - it's a growing trend Naked yoga, naked swimming clubs, naked bike rides and naked gym classes all seem to be gaining popularity Would you try it?
"26.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk US Green Party candidate Jill Stein files for recount in Wisconsin Green Party leader and presidential candidate Jill Stein has filed a petition for a recount of election votes in Wisconsin. Dr Stein's campaign has been raising money to fund recounts in key swing states Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania to ensure that The Green Party said the effort was not intended to help Hillary Clinton. Rather it was to ensure Americans had confidence in the result of the election.
"26.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Could Cakes Da Killa become the first gay rap megastar? It's fair to say this year has been pretty dire for LGBT people in the US: Mike Pence, who sought to fund institutions which provide assistance to those seeking to change their sexual behaviour, has been elected as the next Vice President; trans people "I'm not going to sit here and cry because Trump is in office; I refuse.”
"26.11.2016 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Why we still enjoy the random facts of a pub quiz, even in a digital age Which UK city did Adolf Hitler plan to make his capital had he succeeded in invading Britain? This was offered up in a pub quiz I went to recently. I didn't know the answer. The following day, I put the question to Alan Connor, question editor for BBC2's The reason quiz is still popular – even in the digital age – is that people enjoy being rewarded for knowing stuff.
"25.11.2016 23:30:00" inews.co.uk Why Muslim women are three times more likely to be unemployed Recent research shows that educated Muslim women are three times less likely to have a job than women in Britain generally. So what is going wrong? Are their CVs not up to scratch? Are they a bit lazy? Is the hijab a problem at interview? Maybe. But often "The glorious freedom is worth more than money. The bad bits? Its hard and lonely when you are the black sheep of the family; the one who did it all differently. People resent you. But you find allies where you least expect them too."
"25.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk London Fields: How feuds, lawsuits & a break-up sank Johnny Depp movie With a cast featuring Johnny Depp, Cara Delevingne and Billy Bob Thornton and an acclaimed Martin Amis novel as its source, London Fields had all the makings of a sure-fire box office hit. “(Amber) Heard understood the nature of the role…and the tenor of Rumours of a “romance” between Heard and Delevingne has only stoked curiosity around a film which an audience will want to see, if only to judge whether the version released is as egregious as some of its participants apparently believe it to be.
"25.11.2016 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Why you can't keep Nigel Farage out of the headlines It was the photograph that symbolised the bond between two unstoppable forces either side of the Atlantic: Nigel Farage and the next American president shaking hands in Trump Tower. It was also another reminder of his extraordinary resilience, his gift "If you believe the headlines, almost anything is now possible for Mr Farage, whether he makes his future in Britain or the United States."
"25.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Paterson review: Possibly the best film of the year Jim Jarmusch's latest unfolds at its own calm pace, drawing you into its beautifully observed, quietly melancholy world. "This drama will make you see the world around you in a different way. It is, in a word, unmissable."
"25.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - reviewed by a wizard Oberon Zell, headmaster of the Grey School of Wizardry, gives his specialist verdict on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them The latest movie in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Franchise is quite a romp. 'Magic' and 'magick' The 'k' was introduced by Who better to review Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them than a real wizard?
"25.11.2016 20:00:23" inews.co.uk Keep lying to children about Santa There are only 29 days to go until Christmas – or, if you are one of those people, only 29 sleeps to go until Christmas. “Santa is a collective lie on a global scale.” The authors of 'A wonderful lie' in the Lancet Psychiatry journal For most of us, the A clinical psychologist is concerned about the Santa Claus lie, saying: "If parents can lie so convincingly and over such a long time, what else can they lie about?”
What else? Well, the tooth fairy, for starters. That eating crusts will make your hair
"25.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk What to watch on BBC iPlayer this week Our weekly pick of the best entertainment, documentaries and drama. From crime to grime - and Danny Dyer's surprising ancestry.
"25.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Malcolm McLaren's son burns £5m worth of memorabilia alight Rebel without a cause or twisted fire starter? Maybe a bit of both? Joe Corré, the son of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, is burning his £5m collection of punk memorabilia. Mr Corré, whose late father was the manager of the Sex Pistols, has already Joe Corré said: “The Queen giving 2016, the year of punk, her official blessing is the most frightening thing I've ever heard.”
"25.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Sir John Major wades into Brexit debate, says 'perfectly credible case' for second referendum Former Prime Minister Sir John Major has said there could be a case for second referendum on Britain leaving the European Union, while warning against muting the voice of Remain voters in Brexit negotiations. Sir John, who led the Conservative Government Sir John Major said: "The tyranny of the majority has never applied in a democracy and it should not apply in this particular democracy."
"25.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk 3% review: a prescient, dystopian view of a divided society Netflix's new drama reflects our complex times – and is a breath of fresh, Brazilian air for the streaming giant. "As jarring as this year's surprising political turns have been, they have at least made the intriguing sub-genre of dystopian sci-fi even more enthralling."
"25.11.2016 18:00:00" Brawl erupts live on TV in Georgia This is the moment a political analyst and politician erupted into a brawl live on TV in Georgia.
Tensions ran high when the politician (a member of Georgia's opposition party) accused the analyst of betraying the country.
"25.11.2016 17:30:00" Diane Abbott condemns Metropolitan Police for child sex abuse ... Diane Abbott gave a damning speech about the way child sex abuse cases have been dealt with by the Government and police.
Inspectors found 'serious failings' within the Metropolitan Police, stating the force deal with 75% of child sex abuse cases
"25.11.2016 17:00:01" inews.co.uk The return of Gilmore Girls is just what the world needs There are some TV shows that you love passionately almost without reason, hugging them close to your heart so that even thinking about them makes you smile. Gilmore Girls is one of those shows. From its debut in October 2000 to the final episode in May Gilmore Girls release on Netflix today has been met warmly by critics. Last week, a long-time fan explained why its comeback was worth the nearly 10-year wait.
"25.11.2016 16:30:00" inews.co.uk 2019: Time to be optimistic about a post-Brexit Britain It's New Year's Day 2019. Two and a half years ago the British people voted to leave the European Union in that historic referendum, when more voters backed the campaign to quit the EU than have ever voted for any politician or any proposition in British On Monday, Ian Dunt shared his vision of the worst possible outcome for Brexit - blocked roads, soaring prices and an isolated Britain.
Now Jonathan Isaby of Brexit Central reveal the best-case scenario, where cool heads prevail, trade goes on and good
"25.11.2016 16:00:01" inews.co.uk Two homeless people die in Manchester Chinatown blaze Two people believed to be rough sleepers have been found dead after a fire tore through a disused building in Manchester's Chinatown. Fire crews, who were called to tackle the blaze on Nicholas Street in the city centre at 2.15am, found the bodies after a Two people believed to be rough sleepers have been found dead after a fire tore through a disused building in Manchester
"25.11.2016 15:40:00" inews.co.uk Corona beer founder doesn't make entire village millionaires Hitting the bottle? Antonino Fernandez, the founder of Corona beer, has made an entire village millionaires in his will. Mr Fernandez was born in Cerezales del Condado in the Spanish region of Leon in 1917 and emigrated to Mexico in 1949, aged 32, where It turns out a story about a billionaire born into poverty who gave everyone in his village £2m really was too good to be true
"25.11.2016 15:17:10" inews.co.uk Enjoy Black Hole Friday, NASA's scientific alternative to shopping For the fourth year in a row, NASA has decided to rise above the petty concerns of mere earthlings on Black Friday. While humans battle to bundle enormous televisions into shopping trolleys and feel pleased about getting 10 per cent off an electric While humans battle to bundle enormous televisions into shopping trolleys and feel pleased about getting 10 per cent off an electric toothbrush on Amazon, the space agency has lined up all its best black hole-related articles to educate the public about
"25.11.2016 15:00:01" inews.co.uk Unlucky in love? Maybe it's because there's too much choice Love, we're constantly told, is changing with the times. Studies show that having too much choice makes it incredibly difficult for us to make an assertive decision. Does the same apply to finding a partner?
"25.11.2016 14:30:00" Obese dog sheds a whopping stone A dog that gorged on so many Sunday roasts he became morbidly obese has now lost a stone.
"25.11.2016 14:01:00" inews.co.uk How to spend a weekend in Glasgow - an insider's guide Here's how to make the most of just 48 hours in Scotland's largest city. A former UNESCO city of music, arts metropolis and business mecca, Glasgow is one of Europe's most vibrant cities.
"25.11.2016 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz Think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz Photo: Getty Images John Clarke 3 minutes ago Friday November 25th 2016 iNews https://inews.co.uk Which 1979 film had the tagline: "In space, no one can hear you scream"?
Come test yourself with our fiendish weekly general knowledge quiz.
"25.11.2016 13:00:01" inews.co.uk Gilmore Girls is back on Netflix and it's still quality When a much-loved series returns after a long absence, there's always an anxiety among fans that the spark won't be recreated – and fans of Gilmore Girls are more dedicated than most. Since the final episode of its original seven-series run aired in 2007, Gilmore Girls is like Dorothy Parker on acid, but it still has some of the best writing and acting on TV
"25.11.2016 12:30:00" inews.co.uk 'I'm slowly finding the voice of Blade Runner 2049' Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson has a diverse portfolio. His music has soundtracked the war on drugs in Mexico, the early life of Stephen Hawking and, most recently, a mysterious alien invasion. This versatility perhaps derives from his Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson talks to us about his work on Arrival - and the upcoming Blade Runner 2049
"25.11.2016 12:00:01" inews.co.uk David Baddiel sets the record straight on Queen's sex life jokes On the 21 April this year, I was in a taxi, being driven by a man from Lithuania, who was telling me how much he loved the UK. Particularly, he said, Her Majesty The Queen. This wasn't entirely unprompted: the 21st April, as I'm sure all i readers will David Baddiel sets the record straight on Queen's sex life jokes
"25.11.2016 11:15:01" inews.co.uk How can we tackle bullying in schools when The X Factor promotes it? Last week, 14th-18th November, was Anti-Bullying Week. This year the Anti-Bullying Alliance used the theme “Power for Good”, which encouraged young people to understand the ways in which they are powerful and to encourage individual and collective action We can't tackle bullying in schools if bullying is promoted on prime time TV.
"25.11.2016 10:40:00" John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' 'The aim of this film is to break a silence.
'...A nuclear war is no longer unthinkable.'
John Pilger's 60th film 'The Coming War on China' reveals what the news doesn't - the terrifying prospect of nuclear war between China and the US.
"25.11.2016 10:15:21" inews.co.uk The guy from Supersize Me just set up his own fast food restaurant If you made a list of all the people on earth you expected to open a fast food restaurant, Morgan Spurlock would have ranked quite low. The American film maker shot to prominence in 2004 when he decided to film himself eating nothing but McDonald's food He doesn't appear to have learned his lesson.
"25.11.2016 09:16:56" inews.co.uk ITV moves 'News at Ten' to make way for light entertainment show ITV will move its popular News at Ten bulletin to make way for a new light entertainment series starring David Walliams. The broadcaster announced it will introduce the series, The Nightly Show, in the New Year, forcing the news bulletin into a different ITV will move its popular News at Ten bulletin to make way for a new light entertainment series starring David Walliams.
"25.11.2016 08:59:34" inews.co.uk Iceland claps back: you can't stop us using our own name, country tells supermarket The Icelandic government has launched legal action against the British high-street supermarket also named Iceland. The North Atlantic island nation claims it is battling back against the frozen food seller's efforts to stop Icelandic products using the "A company or product made in Iceland or by an Icelandic company should be able to represent itself using the name of the country," says the nation of Iceland.
"25.11.2016 08:33:35" inews.co.uk The no-nonsense guide to the best Black Friday tech deals In the UK, Black Friday used to mean the final festive Friday before Christmas, when hospitals and police forces were likely to be tasked with dealing with drunken merrymakers. Now it has assumed the American meaning of the Friday after Thanksgiving when We've scoured the internet for Black Friday savings on the best gadgets and appliances so you don't have to.
"25.11.2016 08:01:01" inews.co.uk 10 things you won't want to miss on TV this week 1 Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life – From today, Netflix It may have been a phenomenon that passed you by, but cosy comedy-drama Gilmore Girls, about a mother and daughter living in a small town in Connecticut, has gathered cult momentum since it was If you're reading this post, Gilmore Girls is already back on Netflix.
"25.11.2016 07:35:52" inews.co.uk Margaret Thatcher resisted her Chancellor's pleas for a new kitchen From Palmerston and Gladstone to Blair and Brown, political history is littered with acrimonious stand-offs between prime ministers and their chancellors. But few such Downing Street tussles have been fought over the price of a new kitchen. Previously Geoffrey Howe really, really wanted money to do up his kitchen on Downing Street, new papers reveal.
Margaret Thatcher was not interested.
"25.11.2016 07:00:01" inews.co.uk The grim reality of working in a shop on Black Friday A former shop assistant shares his experience. "Black Friday is the worst parts of the Christmas shopping rush condensed into a mere smattering of hours, and without the good manners and amusing jumpers."
"25.11.2016 06:00:01" Timeline Photos Work out how much more (or less) you'll earn next year with our Autumn Statement tax calculator
"25.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Allied review: Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard have a total absence of chemistry ★★ This new romantic thriller from Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis has the unfortunate distinction of being the film Brad Pitt had been working on prior to the announcement of his divorce from Angelina Jolie. Director: Robert Zemeckis "It's a wonder the Nazis don't rumble them immediately."
"24.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Corona beer founder makes entire village millionaires Hitting the bottle? Antonino Fernandez, the founder of Corona beer, has made an entire village millionaires in his will. Mr Fernandez was born in Cerezales del Condado in the Spanish region of Leon in 1917 and emigrated to Mexico in 1949, aged 32, where The founder of Corona beer has made a whole village millionaires.
He grew up in poverty himself.
"24.11.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk ITV moves 'News at Ten' to make way for light entertainment show - The i newspaper online iNews ITV will move its popular News at Ten bulletin to make way for a new light entertainment series starring David Walliams. The broadcaster announced it will introduce the series, The Nightly Show, in the New Year, forcing the news bulletin into a different ITV moves 'News at Ten' to make way for light entertainment show.
The move confirms suspicions the broadcaster wants to avoid clashes with news giant BBC.
"24.11.2016 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Brexit 'sees workers face longest pay squeeze since WWII' Workers face a “dreadful” decade as a result of Brexit as they endure the longest squeeze on their pay since the Second World War, an analysis of the Government's new tax and spending plans has claimed. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) also claimed If you are a worker you will face the longest pay squeeze since WWII due to Brexit, according to a think tank.
"24.11.2016 21:08:25" inews.co.uk Tony Blair says Brexit can be stopped Tony Blair has insisted that Brexit can be blocked if voters change their minds over the strength of the case for leaving the European Union. The former Labour Prime Minister, who has previously said Britain should “keep its options open” over a second Tony Blair insists Brexit 'can be stopped' if the public change their mind.
"24.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk 'The Good Immigrant' beats Harry Potter to be crowned Britain's favourite book A collection of essays examining race and immigration has beaten bestsellers including The Girl on the Train and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to be named Britain's favourite book of 2016. The Good Immigrant, edited by Nikesh Shukla, won the public Collection of essays on race and immigration beats Harry Potter and The Girl on the Train to be named Britain's favourite book
"24.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Dozens of footballers report sexual abuse from coaches as children More than 50 people have contacted a hotline set up after four former professional footballers came forward to say they were sexually abused by coaches as children. The NSPCC said it had received dozens of calls within the first two hours of opening a Football could be facing allegations on the same scale as the Jimmy Savile scandal
"24.11.2016 20:00:00" inews.co.uk National Lottery draw moves from BBC1 to iPlayer & Facebook Live The National Lottery Live draw, a BBC1 Saturday night fixture since 1994, will be axed from the channel next year. From January 7, lottery players will have to check the iPlayer to see if their dreams of hitting the jackpot have come true. Under a new After over twenty years on BBC1, The National Lottery is moving to iPlayer and Facebook Live.
It will be the first ever 'scheduled programme' on Facebook for UK audiences.
"24.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk How to take incredible portrait photos - according to the man who took this Renowned photographer David Lazar offers his top tips on how to perfectly capture your subject. "Smiles are best when they are genuine and better yet are moments of pure laughter, but it usually works best to observe and bring out the natural personality of the individual you're photographing."
"24.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk The grim reality of working in a shop on Black Friday A former shop assistant shares his experience of Black Friday. 'You can't look at the queue. You'll lose your mind'
If you think shopping on Black Friday is stressful, you should try being on the front line as a shop assistant.
"24.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The most exciting films in cinemas this festive season Here's 16 dramas, documentaries and thrillers that should be on your radar. Whether you're looking for a lighthearted comedy, sci-fi escapism or a potential Oscar-winner.
"24.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk The life I had before being diagnosed with MS seems an age away Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in his 40s, Nick Hely-Hutchinson describes his experience of living with the disease "I will not pull any punches, but nor do I want sympathy. I don't like to dwell on the disability too much, because that is to give it unnecessary attention. You have to play the cards you're dealt, and I still have the greatest gift of all – life."
"24.11.2016 17:22:11" Time lapse of snow fall in New York This stunning time lapse shows snowfall in man's backyard in New York
"24.11.2016 17:09:41" inews.co.uk Tony Blair: 'There is absolutely no reason to be pessimistic' Despite winding up on the wrong side of campaigns for Jeremy Corbyn, Brexit and Donald Trump, Tony Blair insists that he is still on the right side of history – and that society, on the whole, is moving in the right direction. “There are people who will Amid the chaos, there's one man who's still feeling positive.
"24.11.2016 16:35:11" Woman with Alzheimer's plays piano from memory Music is widely believed to provide therapy for those who suffer from Alzheimer's Disease.
This powerful footage shows an 88-year-old woman with advanced stages of the disease play piano music from memory.
"24.11.2016 16:20:00" inews.co.uk US Green Party candidate plans recount in three key swing states for Clinton The US Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has launched an attempt to force a recount in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, citing “possible security breaches in voting results” that could have harmed Hillary Clinton's electoral prospects. Ms It's not over yet...
"24.11.2016 15:59:15" inews.co.uk Why I climbed Nelson's Column to protest air pollution After the end of his legal battle last week, Greenpeace activist Luke Jones explains his motives for climbing Nelson's Column "The climbing of the column was a peaceful and carefully planned activity. We took detailed precaution not to damage this important national monument."
"24.11.2016 15:05:06" inews.co.uk Bletchley Park to train next generation of codebreakers Bletchley Park is set to train the next generation of codebreakers and security experts with the opening of the country's first National College of Cyber Security. The free boarding college will teach cyber skills to the UK's most gifted 16-19-year olds Teenagers will follow in the footsteps of British codebreakers based at the park who cracked the German Enigma Code during World War II. Their success is believed to have shortened the war by two to four years.
"24.11.2016 14:18:43" Timeline Photos Are you getting ready for Black Friday tomorrow while your purchases from last year sit in the corner, gathering dust in their packaging?
If you regret any of your previous Black Friday purchases then we want to hear from you.
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"24.11.2016 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Netflix bags Medici drama: a 'Renaissance Game of Thrones' Netflix has won a bidding war to screen a lavish “murder-mystery” drama about the Medici family, starring Dustin Hoffman, which has been called a “Renaissance Game of Thrones.” Set in the 15th century, the eight-part Medici: Masters of Florence tells the The first Masters of Florence series, which cost £20m, has already screened in Italy, where it broke viewing records.
That prompted international broadcasters to bid for the rights, with Sky tipped to take the show.
However Netflix announced that it has
"24.11.2016 12:40:32" inews.co.uk A police officer is injured every 12 minutes. This is what we want to improve our service On Tuesday 22 November 2016, a Met police officer was stabbed three times in the stomach. He was one of four London-based officers injured in separate incidents on the same day. One PC had their hand broken, one was attacked with a hypodermic needle and Nobody joins the police to get rich. Nobody joins to be famous.
Almost all of us, in our own unique ways, joined because we wanted to change the world.
"24.11.2016 12:00:00" inews.co.uk The best American eateries in the UK for Thanksgiving American food: generous portions, mouth-watering meat, and unashamedly rich puddings are all characteristics of US cuisine. Thanksgiving is upon us, but we needn't miss out just because we're on the other side of the Atlantic.
"24.11.2016 11:10:00" inews.co.uk Nigel Farage promises to fight Brexit 'battles' and celebrates with Ferrero Rocher at the Ritz Nigel Farage was the guest of honour at a party in central London to celebrate his role in the battle to divorce Britain from the European Union on Wednesday night. At the lavish affair, the interim Ukip leader was handed a tray of Ferrero Rocher At the lavish affair at the Ritz, the interim Ukip leader was handed a tray of Ferrero Rocher chocolates, a possible symbol of support for him to be the UK's ambassador to the US after President-elect Donald Trump made the initial suggestion. The
"24.11.2016 10:40:19" inews.co.uk Chris Blackhurst: The North needs more than trains to halt brain drain A few years ago I was at the Tory party conference and at dinner was discussing the state of the nation, as you do, with a government minister Do you know what the biggest social problem this country faces? He asked. Before I could answer he volunteered: Being able to travel from Liverpool to Leeds and Manchester to Sheffield more easily is only part of the solution.
The inhabitants still must have something to do.
"24.11.2016 10:11:24" I'm here with Greenpeace head oceans campaigner Will McCallum on their biggest boat - the Esperanz
"24.11.2016 09:20:00" inews.co.uk Mothers and babies at 'significant risk of harm' in two hospitals Mothers and babies have been put at risk of “significant harm” at one of England's biggest hospital trusts where there have been a number of maternity deaths, according to an NHS report. The report into maternity services at two hospitals in the Pennine The shocking incidents at two hospitals in the Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust included the death of a very premature baby that was left to die alone in a sluice room.
The report says: “The staff members involved in the care did not find a quiet place to
"24.11.2016 08:20:01" inews.co.uk Eat more fish and cut down on cakes to reduce risk of heart disease, study says Swapping cakes, chocolate and biscuits for healthier sources of energy does cut the risk of heart disease, a large study suggests. Replacing just 1 per cent of daily calorie intake from foods high in saturated fat with other sources of energy – whole "It is important to focus replacing saturated fatty acids with healthier unsaturated fats or unrefined carbohydrates.
"So, choose lean cuts of meat, chicken, fish and vegetable protein alternatives - nuts and beans, where possible use reduced-fat dairy,
"24.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Ambassador of compassion': Jo Cox dedicated her life to fairness After voting in the House of Commons while wearing her cycling gear to ensure she could get home in time to put her children to bed, Jo Cox would tell her young son and daughter made-up stories of animals and monsters. As the MP's husband, Brendan, put it “Jo was a warm, open and supremely empathetic woman. She was powerful, not because of the position she held, but because of the intensity of her passion and her commitment to her values come what may.”
"24.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Why Philip Hammond wants another five years to balance the books Former Chancellor George Osborne's promise to get Britain's books back into the black by 2019-20 was torn up by his successor. “In view of the uncertainty facing the economy, and in the face of slower growth forecasts, we no longer seek to deliver a George Osborne said the Conservatives' spending cuts and long-term plan would balance the books by 2019-2020.
Philip Hammond needs more time.
"24.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Alzheimer's drug hopes dashed as clinical trial ends in failure Hopes that the first drug to slow down the effects of dementia would soon be available for patients were dashed yesterday after the announcement clinical trials had failed. Eli Lilly, the makers of Solanezumab, said it failed to slow cognitive decline in Anticipation had been building, but the verdict is in: the trial failed.
"24.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk The best apps for amazing photography on your phone Keen on photography, but not keen on investing in and hauling around a whole lot of gear? Help is at hand. Turn your smartphone into a powerful camera.
"24.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Gwyneth Paltrow thinks this is an 'exciting time to be an American' Perhaps we might just be able to put up with Gwyneth Paltrow trying to flog people $956 gold toilet paper on her Goop site if she stopped making comments which showed just how far she lives from reality. When it comes to describing the current political "Everything is kind of up in the air," said the multimillionaire actress and entrepreneur who sells $956 gold toilet paper on her lifestyle website.
"24.11.2016 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Japanese artist Fujiko Nakayato unveil 'live' artwork at Tate Modern Modern art – it's enough to leave you misty-eyed Tate Modern has announced a new “live” artwork, which will take the form of artificial fog. The Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya will unveil her ambitious installation outside the London gallery, transforming For all your artificial fog needs...
"23.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Why grammar schools are getting £200m from Philip Hammond More than £200m was allocated for grammar schools which want to grow to take in more pupils. The spending commitment reflects Theresa May's enthusiasm for the expansion of existing grammar schools and the establishment of new ones. The Prime Minister £200m will be spent on expanding the schools in England - and £40m for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, although they don't have to spend it on grammars.
"23.11.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Mothers and babies at 'significant risk of harm' in two hospitals Mothers and babies have been put at risk of “significant harm” at one of England's biggest hospital trusts where there have been a number of maternity deaths, according to an NHS report. The report into maternity services at two hospitals in the Pennine The shocking incidents included the death of a very premature baby that was left to die alone in a sluice room.
"23.11.2016 22:15:46" Timeline Photos
"23.11.2016 21:50:00" inews.co.uk Mobile phones and gym cards hit as work perks are curbed Hundreds of thousands of employees who lower their tax bills by taking company cars, gym membership or health insurance as part of their salary are set to lose the perk. Philip Hammond plans to raise an extra £1bn in tax over the next five years by Hundreds of thousands of employees who lower their tax bills by taking company cars, gym membership or health insurance as part of their salary are set to lose the perk.
"23.11.2016 21:09:18" inews.co.uk Philip Hammond braces Britain for tough economic times Philip Hammond steeled Britain for tough economic days ahead following an official forecast the country will plunge £122bn deeper into the red over the next five years. Almost half of the extra bill was blamed on the cost of Brexit. In a sombre Autumn "Our task now is to prepare our economy to be resilient as we exit the EU and match-fit for the transition that will follow.”
"23.11.2016 20:23:36" inews.co.uk The guy who founded Twitter got suspended from Twitter For about 15 minutes on Tuesday night, anybody who tried to view the Twitter profile of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of the social network, was shown an error message saying that the account had been suspended. The man who posted the first ever tweet, from For about 15 minutes on Tuesday night, anybody who tried to view the Twitter profile of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of the social network, was shown an error message saying that the account had been suspended.
"23.11.2016 20:00:01" inews.co.uk How to survive winter on your bike - according to a Canadian Tom Babin offers up tips on how to keep your two wheels on firm ground during the cold season. "The fear, sometimes irrational, of cold weather, snow and ice keeps too many cyclists from enjoying a ride year-round.
"The key is to confront it, just give it a try, take it as a challenge."
"23.11.2016 19:30:02" Timeline Photos Use our tax calculator to work out how the announcements made in Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement will affect your money. https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/uk/work-autumn-statement-will-affect-finances-tax-calculator/
"23.11.2016 18:55:49" Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement: Rhetoric vs thoughts What was Hammond really thinking when he made his Autumn Statement announcements?
We've hazarded a guess.
"23.11.2016 18:49:23" inews.co.uk North Korea's political prison camps revealed in satellite photos New satellite imagery of North Korea's network of political prison camps obtained by the Amnesty International shows the regime in Pyongyang is continuing to expand its repression of dissidents. Analysis of the images obtained in May and August this year “The North Korean government is still denying the existence of these hellish camps, but year after year we've documented and photographed a vast network so massive that it's visible from space."
"23.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk How to enjoy the festive season as a vegetarian A few tips and tricks that can help vegetarians and those catering for veggies this Christmas. "Don't just turn up for lunch without letting them know in advance that you're vegetarian. And that isn't in order to stress them out about it – it's about being helpful."
"23.11.2016 17:52:52" inews.co.uk Simon Kelner: Parky's comments to Helen Mirren weren't so heinous When I look back on my life, which I do with increasing regularity these days, I feel incredibly privileged to have met people who I have always regarded as heroes. One such is Sir Michael Parkinson, who is back in the news and who I first met more than a Michael Parkinson asked Helen Mirren whether her sexualised appearance – her “equipment”, as he indelicately put it – undermined her credibility as a serious actress.
“Serious actresses can't have big bosoms, is that what you mean?” responded an
"23.11.2016 17:30:30" Round up of Hammond's budget Find all the details of the Autumn Statement a little overwhelming?
Here is a round up of Mr Hammond's budget and what the figures are.
"23.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Martin Scorsese's Silence: what you need to know about his Japanese epic The debut trailer for Scorsese's “passion project” has landed. “As you get older, ideas go and come. Questions, answers, loss of the answer again and more questions, and this is what really interests me. It's been an obsession. It has to be done.”
"23.11.2016 17:08:06" inews.co.uk The 'Curse of the Kardashians' belittles real mental health problems The Curse of the Kardashians – or the Kurse of the Kardashians as it's often wittily renamed – has become a running meme joke. The idea came about because each man who has been prominently connected to the Kardashian women has suffered with major Each man who has been prominently connected to the Kardashian women has had major problems. The most recent is Kanye West.
But blaming it on a curse (or "kurse") is making light of serious mental health issues he's suffering. He's not just a celebrity,
"23.11.2016 16:40:31" inews.co.uk How the Autumn Statement will affect your life You will earn more If you're over the age of 25, you will earn more because the National Living Wage will increase by 30p to £7.50 per hour in April 2017. For a full-worker time worker, that's an extra £500 each year. For a full-time worker who was Don't have time for politics? Here's what's more expensive, what's less expensive, what's planned and how it will affect you.
"23.11.2016 16:38:49" Letting fees banned by Philip Hammond Are you a renter who has had to pay hundreds towards a letting agent before moving in?
It's promising news for young renters today as Philip Hammond announces that letting fees are banned.
"23.11.2016 15:49:45" inews.co.uk Finally some good news for young renters: no more letting fees There hasn't been much good news in 2016, for young people. Unless, of course, you voted for Brexit, think Donald Trump is the bees' knees or happen to be a buy-to-let landlord who cashed in on your property empire before stamp duty changes were put in Our generation is constantly told that we're poorer than our parents and grandparents, that we'll never own our own homes, that we're narcissistic and entitled.
Well, at least for today, there's some positive news for young people who rent - those fees
"23.11.2016 15:24:28" inews.co.uk BBC seeking more 'Ed Balls moments' to unite Britain, pledges DG Hall The BBC will seek more “Ed Balls Gangnam Style moments” to bring the nation together, Tony Hall, the Director-General, has pledged. Mr Hall said the BBC played an important role “in bringing the country together around national issues and national Is Ed Balls doing Gangnam Style the thing to bring the country together?
The BBC Director-General thinks so.
"23.11.2016 14:58:49" inews.co.uk John McDonnell's five big criticisms of the Autumn Statement 1) No new ideas Mr McDonnell criticised what he saw as the “hollow rhetoric” of the Chancellor and the Prime Minister when it comes to “JAM” families – those who are “just about managing”. JAM “Just about managing” – Theresa May's term for the “squeezed “Let me tell you why they're just about managing,” he said. “It's the result of the Tories imposing austerity.”
"23.11.2016 14:43:12" Thomas Mair jailed for life for murder of Jo Cox Thomas Mair has been jailed for life for the murder of MP Jo Cox
"23.11.2016 14:19:42" Philip Hammond abolishes Autumn Statement Philip Hammond gives first Autumn Statement by abolishing the Autumn Statement.
'No other major economy makes hundreds of tax changes every year, and neither should we.'
"23.11.2016 13:31:52" inews.co.uk Jury takes just over 90 minutes to find extremist Thomas Mair guilty of Jo Cox's murder A far right extremist has been found guilty of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox after jurors took just over 90 minutes to reach their verdict. White supremacist Thomas Mair, 53, shot and stabbed the mother-of-two in what was described at the Old Bailey as an Thomas Mair gave no reaction as he was convicted on all counts.
Jo Cox's family sat in silence in the packed courtroom as the verdicts were delivered.
"23.11.2016 13:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 top chefs reveal their must-have cookery books We budding amateurs turn to the professionals when it comes to inspiration for recipes, but who do the professionals go to for cooking motivation or guidance? "It has inspired me in my daily work both in the professional kitchen and at home.”
"23.11.2016 12:01:00" inews.co.uk MPs ask 'to seize Sir Philip Green's £100 million superyacht' If Sir Philip Green dreamed of sailing away from questions plaguing him over BHS's pension deficit, he might need to think again. MP Frank Field is seeking clarification over whether assets belonging to the billionaire businessman, including the boat If Sir Philip Green dreamed of sailing away from questions plaguing him over BHS's pension deficit, he might need to think again.
"23.11.2016 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Pope Francis grants Scorsese's epic Silence a Vatican premiere It's nearly 30 years since the Vatican condemned Martin Scorsese's “blasphemous” The Last Temptation of Christ. But now the director's new Christianity epic Silence has won the Pope's seal of approval with a premiere screening at the seat of the Roman The Oscar-tipped Silence, the story of two Jesuit missionaries sent into the Japanese jungle in the 17th century, will receive its first public screening at the Vatican, in front of an audience of several hundred Jesuits.
"23.11.2016 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Are you what Theresa May calls a JAM (just about managing) family? George Osborne used to call them “hard-working families”. Ed Miliband spoke of “the squeezed middle”. Nick Clegg called them “alarm clock Britain” as they were always rushing out the door in a fight to keep miserably-paid jobs. “We manage, but it wouldn't George Osborne used to call them 'hard-working families'. Ed Miliband spoke of 'the squeezed middle'. Nick Clegg called them 'alarm clock Britain'.
Now they're called JAM (Just About Managing) families and they're worse off than ever.
"23.11.2016 10:35:40" George Galloway showered in glitter This is the dramatic moment George Galloway's pregnant wife leapt to his defence as he was showered in golden glitter by protestors.
The Scottish politician was hosting a lecture at the University of Aberdeen.
"23.11.2016 10:00:01" inews.co.uk Stealth privatisation of social care 'irreversible', says report Stealth privatisation has undermined the social care sector leaving many people paying paying up to 43 per cent more for their care than local authorities are charged, a report published on Wednesday will say. Cuts to local authority budgets over the past Privatisation has undermined the social care sector, leaving many pensioners paying up to 43 per cent more for their care
"23.11.2016 09:15:00" inews.co.uk How Philip Hammond will help generation rent Moves to stop renters facing exorbitant agents' fees and to build tens of thousands low-cost houses and flats will be announced in today's Autumn Statement in a fresh effort to tackle the property crisis. Chancellor Philip Hammond will put affordable Renters will no longer have to pay exorbitant estate agent letting fees, the Chancellor will reveal today
"23.11.2016 08:30:00" inews.co.uk Prices soar at five of the Big Six energy suppliers this winter Five of the Big Six energy suppliers have hiked the price of their cheapest tariffs by an average of 16 per cent since September. Fixed-deal prices have soared by £129 on average, according to data from the price comparison site uSwitch.com. E.ON has Watch out on your energy bill. Fixed-deal prices have soared by £129 on average this winter already
"23.11.2016 07:40:00" inews.co.uk 'The President can't have conflict of interest' says Donald Trump Donald Trump has dismissed claims that he might run in to trouble if there are conflicts between his business interests and his job as President. “The law's totally on my side,” he told New York Times journalists at an on-the-record meeting. “The "The law's totally on my side" says the President-Elect, who has long campaigned against "bugbear" windfarms near his Aberdeenshire golf course.
"23.11.2016 07:20:00" inews.co.uk Stealth privatisation of social care 'irreversible', says report Stealth privatisation has undermined the social care sector leaving many people paying paying up to 43 per cent more for their care than local authorities are charged, a report published on Wednesday will say. Cuts to local authority budgets over the past Cuts to local authority budgets over the past decade have led to a decline in the number of older people receiving state funded care services. As a result, there has been a growth in the number of older people who fund their own care
"23.11.2016 07:00:01" Timeline Photos Want to share how the Autumn Statement will impact you? Get in contact here or at firstname.lastname@example.org
"23.11.2016 06:00:01" inews.co.uk Donald Trump: 'I condemn "alt right" Neo Nazi supporters' Donald Trump said he “disavows” and “condemns” the white supremacists who celebrated his election victory by performing Nazi salutes. The Present-elect of the United States attempted to distance himself from supporters identifying as members of the “I condemn them. I disavow, and I condemn"
"23.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Welcome to hell' - top EU negotiator to David Davis David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, received an ominous warning from his European Parliament counterpart, Guy Verhofstadt, at a meeting in Strasbourg yesterday over Britain's hazy plans to leave the European Union. While the two insisted that their David Davis praised Mr Verhofstadt as “a very nice man” who races British classic cars.
"23.11.2016 04:20:00" inews.co.uk Morrisons to revive Safeway brand Morrisons is reviving the Safeway brand as it looks to branch out from selling to consumers and enter the wholesale market. The UK's fourth-largest supermarket group said the Safeway name will be used to launch a new fresh food range, which it will sell Hundreds of Safeway products will return to British high streets for the first time since 2005. Morrisons acquired Safeway in 2004 for £3bn, and swiftly rebranded the 479 stores.
"23.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk The surprisingly uplifting story of Glasgow's Necropolis Built in 1832, the Necropolis is the final resting place of over 50,000 Glaswegians, including many of the city's most famous sons. Contrary to the negative associations we now have with graveyards, the Necropolis was always intended to be a joyful space.
"23.11.2016 01:30:00" inews.co.uk Carey Mulligan to discuss refugee she guest edits the Today programme The actress Carey Mulligan is expected to raise the plight of child refugees when she takes over the Radio 4 Today Programme as a guest editor. The Suffragette star, an ambassador for the War Child charity and the Alzheimer's Society, joins the cast of Carey's edition will focus on how to deal with the fear of a dementia diagnosis – her grandmother Margaret suffers from Alzheimer's – and the effects of the war against Islamic State on Iraqi children.
"23.11.2016 00:00:01" inews.co.uk Hospital operations delayed nearly every day due to poor social care funding Inadequate social care funding is causing hospital operations to be delayed on a daily basis, a leading surgeon has warned. Ian Eardley, Vice President of the Royal College of Surgeons, said he rarely sees patients on time because too many people are “I'm a surgeon and when I go to hospital I have got an operating list every morning. And it rarely starts on time because the hospital is too full of patients”
"22.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Travel on Amazon Prime: epic road trips and global perspectives These fantastic shows, films and documentaries can vicariously transport you around the world. The Grand Tour is the tip of the iceberg.
"22.11.2016 22:22:18" inews.co.uk Driving bans imposed by courts fall by half in a decade Investigations team: Cahal Milmo, Aasma Day, Chris Burn, Ruby Kitchen, Ben Fishwick, Philip Bradfield The number driving bans issued by the courts has more than halved in the last decade, prompting campaigners to warn that a key measure for improving road Driving bans are down much more than convictions - which suggests courts are not taking away licences as much as they once did.
"22.11.2016 21:30:01" inews.co.uk It's time to revive the 1970s dinner party Which culinary creation screams 1970s to you? Prawn cocktail? Duck a l'orange? Black Forest gateaux? "We're faking it – taking pictures of food prepared by other people and missing out on the thrill and creativity of cooking."
"22.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk The surprisingly uplifting story of Glasgow's Necropolis With sweeping panoramic views, Glasgow's Necropolis is an unusual and hauntingly photogenic location that is now synonymous with the city's history. As the years have passed, the Necropolis has become a cultural landmark rather than a place of mourning – and today it's also home to some surprising (living) residents.
"22.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Travel on Netflix: fascinating documentaries and far-flung adventures Stunning scenery and exotic escapism. Globe-trot vicariously this winter. See the world from the comfort of your sofa.
"22.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Nigel Farage and Donald Trump have put Theresa May in a tricky position Nigel Farage told the BBC yesterday morning that he didn't see himself as a typical diplomatic figure. No shit, Sherlock. The idea that Mr Farage would be Her Brittanic Majesty's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States is, of As Sir Christopher Meyer, former ambassador to the US, pointed out, the job exists to defend UK interests in the US, not US interests in the UK.
"22.11.2016 18:56:39" inews.co.uk Welsh students will be paid up to £10,000 per year to study, Government announces Welsh university students will be paid up to £10,000 per year while they complete their degree following a huge shakeup in student finances. Students should receive the equivalent of the National Living Wage during term time while they study, independent Students should receive the equivalent of the National Living Wage during term time while they study, independent proposals accepted by the Government state.
"22.11.2016 18:32:10" inews.co.uk Donald Trump isn't a PR genius, he just likes getting the last word It's easy to see conspiracy after the fact. If Donald Trump managed to minimise the media damage from his $25m fraud settlement last week, it must have been because he cooked up a cunning ruse to draw our attention away. So, when the President-Elect To those saying Donald Trump is cleverly drawing attention to silly rows so people forget about the important ones:
He's not. He just has a lot of rows, and a lot of opinions he just has to share.
"22.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Number 10 v Nigel Farage and Donald Trump: the slap downs Donald Trump says something nice about Nigel Farage, Nigel Farage responds suggesting he'd like to help US-UK relations, Number 10 slaps Nigel Farage down. The Prime Minister's office has had to refute the idea that the interim Ukip leader could be a The Prime Minister's office has had to refute the idea that the interim Ukip leader could be a middle man between the two nations on more than one occasion.
"22.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk How to play five-a-side football - an expert's guide Chris Bruce, author of The Five-a-Side Bible, spoke to i about the secrets of success, tactics and teamwork, and the unique camaraderie of those who play. “It's too hard to pick a favourite team name, but when I look down at a league table and see classics like 'Murder on Zidane's Floor', 'The Neville Wears Prada', or 'Maradonna Kebab', it still makes me smile"
"22.11.2016 16:46:43" inews.co.uk Donald Trump's Nigel Farage ambassador tweet is 'not normal' says international relations expert Donald Trump's tweet suggesting Nigel Farage as a candidate for Britain's future ambassador to the US is “completely abnormal” according to an international relations expert. Dr Jacob Parakilas, the assistant head of the US and the Americas Programme at The role is generally only entrusted to someone who has served the office for a long time and in a variety of roles. “Farage, as far as I know, has never worked in the British foreign service,” he added. Apart from the odd choice of candidate in itself,
"22.11.2016 16:14:29" inews.co.uk What Donald Trump plans to do on day 1 in the White House Donald Trump has revealed more extensive plans for Day One of his Presidency The first thing he's going to do is pull out of TPP – the twelve-nation Trans Pacific Trade deal that's been under negotiation for the last decade, according to his most recent According to promises made to US voters, he will not only be removing the nation from an 800 million strong, twelve country trading bloc, not only getting rid of gun free zones around schools but he will also deport “two million people criminal aliens” in
"22.11.2016 15:32:26" inews.co.uk Health tourism: the truth behind the NHS's problem The UK pays more than £674m to EU countries for Britons' healthcare abroad, while claiming back just £49.7m from the EU, even though there are significantly more EU citizens in the UK than UK citizens in the EU. The huge discrepancy was revealed in The Department of Health claimed that “we pay more out than we receive, partly because a far greater number of British pensioners live in other EEA countries”.
But Labour MP John Mann says that's a myth and calls the situation a "scandalous failure".
"22.11.2016 15:32:19" Southern train driver apologies to delayed passengers Ever been so frustrated by train delays you've felt your driver owed you an apology? This Southern Rail train driver did just that - and it was met with an overwhelming round of applause
"22.11.2016 15:00:01" Timeline Photos Are you a single parent, retired, young single person, student or have a young family?
We're looking for people to talk to straight after the Chancellor Philip Hammond makes his Autumn Statement tomorrow. We want to know your views on the changes to the
"22.11.2016 14:30:00" inews.co.uk What Donald Trump plans to do on day 1 in the White House Donald Trump has revealed more extensive plans for Day One of his Presidency The first thing he's going to do is pull out of TPP – the twelve-nation Trans Pacific Trade deal that's been under negotiation for the last decade, according to his most recent It's shaping up to be one hectic day.
"22.11.2016 13:59:31" Trump says Farage would make great US Ambassador Farage for US Ambassador? Trump is certainly keen.
"22.11.2016 13:43:08" inews.co.uk David Baddiel sets the record straight on Queen's sex life jokes On the 21 April this year, I was in a taxi, being driven by a man from Lithuania, who was telling me how much he loved the UK. Particularly, he said, Her Majesty The Queen. This wasn't entirely unprompted: the 21st April, as I'm sure all i readers will 'There is always going to be something comically delicious to imagine something considered so high and so holy performing a lowly bodily function'
"22.11.2016 11:10:04" inews.co.uk TPP explained in 500 words for people who know nothing about economics Donald Trump has promised to pull the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership – also known as TPP – on his first day in the White House. TPP is a twelve-nation trade deal, the terms of which have taken over a decade to be agreed. It has not yet been Donald Trump has promised to pull the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership – also known as TPP – on his first day in the White House. TPP is a twelve-nation trade deal, the terms of which have taken over a decade to be agreed. It has not yet been
"22.11.2016 10:34:51" Helicopter forced to rescue woman from sea in Folkestone Moment rescue helicopter winches woman from the sea in Folkestone in the wake of Storm Angus.
"22.11.2016 10:32:43" inews.co.uk David Hockney not too busy to design Queen's Westminster Abbey window David Hockney, who once turned down the chance to paint the monarch because he was too busy, is to design a stained glass window in Westminster Abbey to celebrate the Queen's reign. The renowned painter said he has “planned a landscape full of blossom The wonderful David Hockney is going to design a stained glass window in Westminster Abbey
"22.11.2016 10:07:28" Glimpse into the horror of drink driving Lucky enough not to have been in an accident? Diageo have created an alcohol-related crash through a passenger's point-of-view to highlight the danger of drink driving.
"22.11.2016 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Fathers being pushed out of children's healthcare discussions Fathers are failing to talk to their children about sexual health issues and being left out altogether of other healthcare discussions with potentially devastating consequences, an international gathering of nursing experts will hear today. Young people Fathers are failing to talk to their children about sexual health issues and being left out altogether of other healthcare discussions with potentially devastating consequences
"22.11.2016 08:27:25" inews.co.uk Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year Children as young as 11 drink the equivalent of almost a bath full of sugary drinks every year, Cancer Research UK has warned. Figures suggest secondary school pupils (11-18) each drink just over 234 cans of soft drink a year – almost the size of an 80 Figures suggest secondary school pupils each drink just over 234 cans of soft drink a year – almost the size of an 80 litre average bathtub full
"22.11.2016 07:31:39" Trump to withdraw from TPP Trump: 'I am going to issue our notification to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership'
"22.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Parents-to-be to wear 3D headsets to meet their unborn child The grainy ultrasound image that has provided the first glimpse of an unborn child for decades may soon be replaced by parents-to-be donning a virtual reality headset to meet their offspring in full 3D, researchers have announced. Scientists have Virtual reality technology has found a new use.
"22.11.2016 06:00:01" inews.co.uk 160 foxes 'killed by hounds' during hunts in Scotland Around one in five fox hunts in Scotland result in the animal being killed by hounds rather than shot, according to a major review which suggests the laws governing the sport should be tightened. In the future independent monitors should be appointed to “Public opinion in Scotland wants to see fox hunting banned. The Government thought they had banned it”
"22.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Dressing up as a medieval queen helped me beat the blues When Kate Townshend was feeling low, a friend convinced her that pretending to be a fantasy character at a role-playing event would help. It worked In the end, the thing that made the most difference in my ability to get my life back on track was dressing up as a medieval lady for a weekend – ballgown, armoured corset and all.
"22.11.2016 02:00:01" inews.co.uk What is an Obscurial? The confusing dark heart of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them explained With Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Newt Scamander and a suitcase full of fantastical creatures clambered in cinemas and swiftly captured the imaginations of Potterheads old and new. While the mischievous gold-digging Niffler and invisible A question that will only make sense to those who have watched Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
"22.11.2016 00:14:00" inews.co.uk David Walliams gives us the inside scoop on his new BBC1 sketch show Among the guest stars in the forthcoming series of Walliams & Friend, a new BBC1 sketch show starring David Walliams in a double act with a different famous friend every week, is the multi-award-winning actress Miranda Richardson. “She's classy,” “This show has no agenda – it's just there to make you laugh. You don't have to think too much about it. It's just meant to be a fun watch. It's rather old-fashioned in that way, like The Two Ronnies.”
"21.11.2016 23:30:01" inews.co.uk BBC documentary 'The Last Miners' may leave you a blubbering wreck Watching BBC 1 documentary The Last Miners in the office, it took all my powers of restraint not to dissolve into a blubbering wreck in front of my colleagues. However, my feat of holding it in was nothing on the brave face-pulling performed by the This week's episode, the first of two parts, was compelling viewing, not least because, as old as it is, mining still remains a fascinatingly strange enterprise to those of us who have never plunged half a mile down beneath the earth's surface to earn a
"21.11.2016 23:00:01" inews.co.uk Lucy Kellaway: The FT columnist quitting journalism to teach maths What's the scoop? After 31 years, the Financial Times columnist and associate editor Lucy Kellaway has handed in her notice – but retirement's the last thing on her mind. Instead, come July, she'll begin training as a maths teacher in an inner-London "I think that people like me, who have a wealth of professional experience, will be able to offer something that younger teachers can't.”
"21.11.2016 21:59:12" inews.co.uk Not quite out? How Theresa May could avoid Brexit 'cliff-edge' Theresa May could push for a transitional trade deal with the European Union after Brexit to prevent businesses facing a sudden “cliff-edge” when Britain leaves the bloc. In an effort to cushion the immediate economic impact of Brexit, the UK would retain "People don't want a cliff-edge, they want to know with some certainty how things are going to go forward”
"21.11.2016 21:30:00" inews.co.uk The locations that inspired Glasgow's literary legacy Explore Glasgow through the landmarks that inspired its greatest authors. "A breeding ground for grander ideas"
"21.11.2016 21:03:15" inews.co.uk Are you what Theresa May calls a JAM (just about managing) family? George Osborne used to call them “hard-working families”. Ed Miliband spoke of “the squeezed middle”. Nick Clegg called them “alarm clock Britain” as they were always rushing out the door in a fight to keep miserably-paid jobs. “We manage, but it wouldn't You are a member of a family, in a household with at least one working income.
The earner(s) in your family will probably work full-time. You may make up to £50,000, but will be struggling to cope because of several children.
Your income may be topped
"21.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Learning music on YouTube: how to play, read and produce There are hundreds of videos offering advice on how to play, as well as helpful suggestions to support your hobby. If you've not picked up your guitar or violin since school, this is a guide to using the platform as your teacher.
"21.11.2016 20:08:00" inews.co.uk Murray, Murray on the wall, whose the greatest of them all? You have to feel for the pillars of the British sporting establishment gathered to settle on a short list of candidates for the BBC Sport Personality of the Year. Andy Murray put paid to that process the moment he flipped Novak Djokovic over his shoulder Charlton. Botham. Best. Ennis-Hill. Murray?
"21.11.2016 19:45:00" inews.co.uk The NHS offers a human connection which private healthcare can't This week, the writer and journalist AA Gill used a rather unwelcome moment of public prominence – announcing a diagnosis of what he describes the “Full English of cancers” – to speak out in support of the NHS. “What I always look for is the spark in the NHS isn't just about efficiency, or quality of healthcare: there's something very emotional about it.
The fact that the NHS is state-funded makes it utterly different from any other kind of care, and at its best, that feeling permeates its entire
"21.11.2016 19:23:35" inews.co.uk A scary vision of the hard Brexit cliff edge Negotiations over how we leave the EU will be incredibly complex. In a vision of us stumbling off the 'cliff edge' into the hardest of Brexits, Ian Dunt warns how it could all go wrong… Big Ben strikes midnight and Britain is out of the European Union. The only way to protect what remains of the British economy is to sell off British sovereignty. The control wrestled from Brussels is now sold off to the highest bidder, behind closed doors, in a conference room in Washington.
"21.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Stop ignoring the clitoris': Making sex education about pleasure More women are watching porn and sending sexts than ever before, yet few can distinguish their vagina from their vulva, or know where their clitoris is. Ignorance about female genitalia is so widespread that almost half of women cannot label their vagina A group of sex ed teachers want to put sex back into sex education, teaching pupils about sexual pleasure and genitalia.
'We need to get back to basics and understand that a fulfilled sex life is an important and wonderful thing', says one.
"21.11.2016 18:30:42" Marine Le Pen says there are 'no differences' in policy between France's National Front and UKIP
"21.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk How to perfect the art of gin drinking Gin's popularity is booming – and it's no longer an old fashioned tipple reserved for your Auntie Jean and her 'special lemonades'. Fancy a great-tasting gin and tonic?
We asked an expert how it's done.
"21.11.2016 17:30:01" inews.co.uk How online shopping sites are getting better at taking your money It's approaching that time of year again, and figures suggest that almost half of Christmas gift buyers do all of their seasonal shopping online. Will you be doing all your Christmas shopping online this year?
"21.11.2016 17:23:58" Met Police Think you have a reliable memory? Met Police's fictional video suggests otherwise as bodycam footage and eye-witness accounts don't quite match up
"21.11.2016 16:29:45" inews.co.uk London superclub Fabric returns from the dead after last-minute appeal Fabric, the London club that became a symbol of the battle to protect nightlife in Britain, is to reopen after winning its appeal. The superclub was closed in September by Islington Council after its licence was revoked following two drug-related deaths The club had to promise increased CCTV, "covert surveillance", more comprehensive searches, lifetime bans for anyone asking for drugs and ID scanners.
But it's back.
"21.11.2016 15:57:23" Sisters Uncut block Waterloo Bridge 'You block our bridges, so we block yours': Yesterday domestic violence survivors (Sisters Uncut) blocked Waterloo Bridge.
"21.11.2016 15:47:08" Green Day's anti-Trump chant 'No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA': Green Day shout anti-Trump chant at the American Music Awards
"21.11.2016 15:15:00" inews.co.uk Prison governors 'losing control of inmates but afraid to admit it' Prison governors are losing control of their prisons but don't want to report it, one of the heads of the Prison Officers' Association has told i. As specialist riot officers were sent out to HMP Moorland, the National Chair of the POA union Mike Rolfe The prison crisis across Britain is getting worse
"21.11.2016 14:09:05" Storm Angus batters UK Here's some footage of Storm Angus' strong winds and floods in case you were lucky enough to miss it.
"21.11.2016 13:36:16" Centrepoint charity turns homeless young people's lives around A Christmas appeal: new helpline for homeless young people will be a vital lifeline
"21.11.2016 13:32:03" inews.co.uk Quiz: how much do you know about this week in history? Test your knowledge. Crusades, Cricket...and Casablanca.
"21.11.2016 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Strictly dancer Gorka Marquez attacked in Blackpool Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Gorka Marquez has had two teeth smashed after being attacked in Blackpool. The 26-year-old Spanish dancer was set upon in the street hours after he took part in the show's Blackpool special. It is believed he was Professional Strictly dancer Gorka Marquez has had his teeth knocked out in an unprovoked attack in the streets of Blackpool
"21.11.2016 09:28:02" inews.co.uk Austerity must stay because of Brexit, says Chancellor The first 'mini-Budget' since the Brexit vote will hold firm on austerity spending cuts, the Chancellor has suggested, to ensure the UK is “match fit” to deal with uncertainty about leaving the EU and cope with an “eye-wateringly large debt”. Philip Philip Hammond has signaled he would commit to reducing expenditure in his Autumn Statement on Wednesday, to give himself leeway ahead of a projected slowdown in economic growth.
"21.11.2016 09:00:00" inews.co.uk The gift of hope this Christmas: give young homeless people a life line A growing number of young people are in crisis. About 80,000 under-25s now experience homelessness each year in the UK. That's why we're creating the first national lifeline for people aged 16 to 25 who face becoming homeless – partnering with charity Today we are launching our Christmas appeal. Together with Centrepoint we are raising funds to set up the first national helpline for young homeless people. There is currently no single source of information for young vulnerable people at risk of rough
"21.11.2016 08:30:00" inews.co.uk South Yorkshire estate residents 'horribly uncertain' about HS2 path You might struggle to find Shimmer on your satellite navigation system. The estate in Mexborough, near Doncaster, is so new it is yet to feature on some maps. But the solid, brick-built houses and the families living in them are all too real, even if the A resident on the HS2 path says: 'This is my dream home. I love the area. We thought we'd be here for the rest of our lives. It's very worrying. We've got to fight this to the end.'
"21.11.2016 07:40:03" inews.co.uk NHS in danger of 'starving patients of vital care' under controversial plans The NHS would need to deliver a staggering £22bn of cuts to balance the books under controversial plans for the future of the healthcare, the British Medical Association has warned. Dr Mark Porter, the head of the doctors' union, said there was a danger The NHS would need to deliver a staggering £22bn of cuts to balance the books under controversial plans for the future of the healthcare
"21.11.2016 07:01:00" inews.co.uk RAF jets scramble to intercept Russian military planes 100 times in over a decade British fighter jets have scrambled to intercept Russian military aircraft a hundred times in just over a decade, official figures show. Ministry of Defence data obtained by i under Freedom of Information laws shows that Typhoon jets in the RAF's Quick Ministry of Defence data obtained by i under Freedom of Information laws shows that Typhoon jets in the RAF's Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) force scramble on average nine times a year to meet Blackjack bombers and other Russian aircraft.
"21.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Anna Soubry's attack on politicians pandering to populism is welcome The Tory moderniser and former minister Anna Soubry was in magnificent form in a weekend newspaper interview, leaving journalist Decca Aitkenhead to compare an hour in her company to being caught in the path of a hurricane.
"21.11.2016 04:00:00" inews.co.uk As this year's UN climate change summit draws to a close, what effect did Trump have? On the face of it, the battle against global warming suffered a fatal blow with the election of Donald Trump. With apparently cruel timing, Trump became President-elect two days into a major two-week UN summit where politicians from 200 countries had As it broke, the news that the man who has repeatedly described global warming as a Chinese hoax designed to weaken US manufacturing had been elected president destroyed the mood at the conference in Marrakech, which finished on Friday night.
"21.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk As this year's UN climate change summit draws to a close, what effect did Trump have? - The i newspaper online iNews On the face of it, the battle against global warming suffered a fatal blow with the election of Donald Trump. With apparently cruel timing, Trump became President-elect two days into a major two-week UN summit where politicians from 200 countries had The presidential election result felt like a blow at the beginning of the UN Climate Change summit but by the end of the fortnight, there was hope that Trump's election might be a big boost for promoting action.
"20.11.2016 23:59:00" inews.co.uk New York, you've been Trumped - The i newspaper online iNews Midtown Manhattan is “holiday season” magic. There's no better city in which to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas. The lights are romantic, the streets bustle, the tills ring. It's all so familiar because it is the stuff of countless movies. This year, a Midtown Manhattan is “holiday season” magic. There's no better city in which to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas. The lights are romantic, the streets bustle, the tills ring. It's all so familiar because it is the stuff of countless movies.
This year, a
"20.11.2016 23:32:00" inews.co.uk 'Zombie parliament': Lib Dems accuse Government of not acting on Queen's Speech promises Theresa May has been accused of presiding over a 'zombie parliament' after it emerged that the government was yet to act on a host of its Queen's Speech promises. The programme set out by David Cameron six months ago announced plans for 25 pieces of Theresa May has been accused of presiding over a 'zombie parliament' after it emerged that the government was yet to act on a host of its Queen's Speech promises.
"20.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk The Churchill bust is actually a tale of two statues - The i newspaper online iNews More than half a century has passed since Winston Churchill's death, but he continues to make waves in conservative circles either side of the Atlantic. For years politicians and journalists have obsessed over the whereabouts in Washington of a bust of For years politicians and journalists have obsessed over the whereabouts in Washington of a bust of Britain's wartime leader.
But the bust has since become a symbol of the 'special relationship' between Britain and the US.
"20.11.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Angela Merkel to run for fourth term as German Chancellor Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced that she will stand for re-election next year in a move destined to encourage admirers at home and abroad who have hailed her as the last “pillar of Western liberalism” in the wake of Brexit and the US election Angela Merkel,62, ended weeks of speculation about her political future by going on national television to broadcast her decision to run for a fourth term.
"20.11.2016 22:00:00" inews.co.uk McDonnell challenges Hammond on benefits Despite the shadow chancellor urging Philip Hammond on live television to rethink his plans, cuts to benefit payments totalling £12bn are set to be implemented in full.
John McDonnell urged the Chancellor to ease back on hurting the poorest and most
"20.11.2016 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Quidditch is now a popular and progressive real-life sport Dismiss the fast-rising game of at your peril. Probably the only mixed gender full-contact sport in existence.
"20.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Murray does his best Conor McGregor to down Djokovic in tennis cage Move over Novak, you have been well and truly Djoko-ed. There can be no greater accolade than that. After spending so long trying to substantiate his place as part of a big four, Andy Murray goes forth as the Big One. Invited to fill out his application Andy Murray beat Novak Djokovic at the ATP finals to retain his number 1 spot.
"20.11.2016 20:34:00" inews.co.uk Why Nick Blinko compromises his sanity to create He is compelled to make art. But to do so, he has to wean himself off his medication for schizophrenia. “By drawing I can erase the daunting world.”
"20.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk How to take stunning travel photos - tips from a pro Anthony Lau, winner of the 2016 National Geographic travel photographer of the year, reveals tips and tricks to get the best out of your travel photos "Document your whole trip as if you are writing a diary"
"20.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Trump has galvanised action on global warming, campaigners say According to campaigners, Trump's pledge to pull the US out of the Paris Agreement to limit global warming is galvanising world leaders into taking greater action to tackle the problem.
"20.11.2016 18:29:00" inews.co.uk Technology is revolutionising mental health care, not undermining it Very few elements of of our lives remain untouched by technological advancements these days, so why should mental health be an exception? “Social media can help people feel less isolated. Particularly those who struggle to make and maintain relationships or who find it difficult to leave their homes,” says Stephen Buckley of Mind.
"20.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Tory backbenchers call on Theresa May to push for 'hard Brexit' Theresa May faced new pressure from Tory backbenchers pushing for a hard Brexit this weekend, amid reports that European leaders have come to a 27-nation consensus that the UK must be forced into a full exit in order to counter the rise of populist Some MPs want Britain to “untie itself from EU shackles and freely embrace the rest of the world”.
"20.11.2016 16:30:00" inews.co.uk How video games could make us healthier Games are increasingly getting players up and active, rather than simply sitting stationary on a sofa. Want to get fit but lack motivation? A new wave of fun fitness apps could help.
"20.11.2016 15:30:01" inews.co.uk 'Pomp and ceremony' his mother loved: Donald Trump could be meeting the Queen President-elect Donald Trump is reportedly being invited to meet the Queen next year. It is thought that the visit from Mr Trump will be an ideal opportunity to sign a free trade deal with the US and keep a firm grip on the 'special relationship' between President-elect Donald Trump is rumoured to be invited to meet with the Queen, a figure his mother was a 'big fan' of.
“She was born in Scotland, she always respected the Queen, always liked pomp and ceremony, she loved the Buckingham Palace thing."
"20.11.2016 14:08:50" inews.co.uk Austerity must stay because of Brexit, says Chancellor The first 'mini-Budget' since the Brexit vote will hold firm on austerity spending cuts, the Chancellor has suggested, to ensure the UK is “match fit” to deal with uncertainty about leaving the EU and cope with an “eye-wateringly large debt”. Philip The last government's austerity programme doesn't seem to be going away just yet.
"20.11.2016 12:00:37" inews.co.uk So you think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz So you think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz (Photo: Eduardo Soteras / AFP/ Getty Images) John Clarke 11:00 Friday November 18th 2016 iNews https://inews.co.uk Pub quiz champion? Test your general knowledge with our weekly quiz
"20.11.2016 10:05:18" inews.co.uk Politics and entertainment have become indistinguishable Politics is the new entertainment. For the popular media, the usual diet of celebrity gossip, soaps and reality shows seems bland indeed as it gorges on the actual dramas triggered by results at the ballot box. To some it's the most thrillingly The lines between politics and entertainment are now barely visible. As recently as the Spring of 2015 the Labour MP Ed Balls had ambitions of moving into 11 Downing Street as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Today, Mr Balls seeks to impress the electorate
"20.11.2016 08:47:29" inews.co.uk Hattie Morahan: It's incredibly flattering to have a role created just for you Hattie Morahan's latest role was written specifically for her. Barry Devlin, the man behind the BBC's latest Sunday-night period drama My Mother and Other Strangers, says he composed the series around the Outnumbered actress because she has a “magical Hattie Morahan talks about her new Sunday night period drama My Mother and Other Strangers, juggling motherhood and a career, and doing homework with Laurence Olivier.
"20.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk SNP calls for 'devastating' new Toblerone to be discussed at Holyrood It's as if the nation's favourite Alpine chocolate bar has become metaphor for the state of the world – Toblerone's peaks are less peaky and the troughs seem to go on forever. The Scottish National Party thinks only Brexit can be to blame. Colin Beattie, The SNP thinks only Brexit can be to blame.
"20.11.2016 03:00:01" inews.co.uk White men most effective in reducing racist comments from other white men, bots study finds If you want to reduce racial harassment on Twitter, you may only need to say so. Or tweet the perpetrator's account. But your words will only make the tweeter think twice about their actions if you're of the same race as them and have a high number of A study has found that using Twitter bots to send a tweet telling users to refrain from racially harassing others has been successful in reducing their levels of offensive behaviour for at least one month. But only if the Twitter bot's identity is the
"20.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk How not to interview professional trolls like Milo Yiannopoulos Channel 4 scored nul points for interviewing last night, when it invited professional provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos onto its news show. For those who don't know, Yiannopoulos is a journalist for the infamous Breitbart magazine, created for the “alt-right” "Channel 4 is right in that it needs to engage more with right-leaning figures, but it needs to think far more about its recipe for success."
"19.11.2016 23:50:00" inews.co.uk i readers tell us what it's like to be a man in 2016 To mark International Men's Day on Saturday, we asked i readers to tell us about being a man in 2016 Anonymous, 29, postgraduate student from South Yorkshire Unfortunately I believe being a man in 2016 is still all about money, girls and muscles. Never One reader confides: "My generation, I believe, are increasingly becoming a generation living with their parents and struggling to get up the employment ladder. We are lonely, sexually frustrated, don't know how to communicate with women and suffer with
"19.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Dr Melissa Zimdars removes fake news list and claims she was 'harassed' by some readers of the sites The professor behind a public list of fake news sites has removed the document from the internet after claiming that she was harassed by readers of the sites. Melissa Zimdars, an assistant media and communications professor at Merrimack College in Dr Melissa Zimdars claims she was harassed by readers of some of the sites on her list. The contact had been "vile" in some cases.
"19.11.2016 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Forget everything you knew about the 'sex before sport' ban “Women weaken legs,” trainer Mickey famously warned Rocky Balboa. No sex before the big fight – or game – has long been a rule for athletes, and the theory prevails today. Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola (inset) has banned his players from having sex "Women weaken legs," trainer Mickey famously warned Rocky Balboa.
The tradition of abstinence goes way back - Plato wrote in 444BC that "Olympic competitors before races should avoid sexual intimacy".
So how much impact does sex have on an athlete's
"19.11.2016 21:00:00" To mark International Men's Day, the Movember Foundation laid out shoes in cities across the world to symbolise the number of men who die by suicide every month.
"19.11.2016 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Virtual reality: the secret behind scaling Mount Everest Climbing Mount Everest is a dream many people had held, and one few have achieved. Earth's highest mountain is also one of the most treacherous, with hundreds of known casualties and potentially many more unrecorded. Now, thanks to the power of virtual "As I inched up the ladder, huge chunks of ice and snow crashed past me to the ground, leaving me surprisingly unnerved. Once I reached the top, I slowly made my way to plant a flag on the very peak amongst a string of prayer flags by pointing the
"19.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk The Grand Tour is bigger, brighter and brash as ever Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return in Amazon's ever-so-slightly re-engineered model of their hit show. "This is Top Gear with a Michael Bay budget."
"19.11.2016 18:15:00" inews.co.uk NHS could face the same crisis as prisons without extra funding, says charity The NHS could face a crisis similar to the one affecting prisons unless additional resources are poured into the service, the chief executive of a health charity has said. Chris Ham, of the King's Fund, believes the NHS will receive no extra money from Chris Ham of the King's Fund believes there will be a reckoning at some point when the NHS will have to be given more funding.
"19.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk The beginners' guide to biohacking Chances are you're already a biohacker. No, you may not have implanted your Oyster card under your skin (yes, it has been done) or installed some kind of bionic eye. But if you take a supplement, meditate, or even sprinkle flaxseed on your porridge, you Here are some top tips for "hacking" your health:
- Sleep properly
- Start your day right
- Eat fat
- Track your health
- Block out blue light
- Take power naps
"19.11.2016 17:00:01" inews.co.uk International Men's Day isn't a flippant joke Six years ago, a small group of UK activists held a handful of events to mark International Men's Day. This year, Men's Day (which falls on Saturday 19 November this year) has been marked by a constructive debate in the House of Commons, and on Tuesday "In my own work I regularly meet men who are struggling to survive homelessness, recover from the trauma of rape or child sexual abuse, or rebuild their lives after prison or a childhood in care.
"I'll be damned if I am going to surrender their fate to
"19.11.2016 16:27:01" inews.co.uk What The Simpsons can teach us about philosophy An awful lot, it turns out. "Homer Simpson works for discussing Aristotle's moral virtuousness"
"19.11.2016 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Arrival - reviewed by a UFO expert Nick Pope, who was responsible for investigating UFO sightings during his time with the Ministry of Defence in the 1990s, watched the sci-fi blockbuster. "This is definitely a movie with a message. Perhaps the biggest danger comes from our failure to properly communicate with each other: astrophysicists with linguists, military with scientists, East with West."
"19.11.2016 14:00:00" inews.co.uk What it means to be a man in 2016 Saturday marks International Men's Day – a day devoted to issues that disproportionately affect men. And while for some, the idea that men are given *another* day to talk about themselves, advocate for UK Men's Day and a founder member of the Men and Boys It's International Men's Day today.
For some the idea that men are given *another* day to talk about themselves is ridiculous. However advocate for UK Men's Day, Ally Fogg, argues the one thing men rarely, if ever talk, about is "ourselves, our own
"19.11.2016 13:00:02" Timeline Photos i's cartoon this weekend
"19.11.2016 12:00:01" inews.co.uk The best music documentaries on YouTube “Music and film go together like bread and butter." Treat yourself to some sublime rockumentaries this weekend.
"19.11.2016 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Sir Oliver Letwin: PM should drop Brexit ruling appeal to avoid Scotland and Wales veto powers Prime Minister Theresa May should drop the appeal against a court ruling stating that Parliamentary approval is needed before triggering Article 50 because it could hand more “veto powers” to Scotland and Wales, Sir Oliver Letwin has said. Mrs May is Theresa May is under pressure to scrap the appeal against a court ruling, which states that Parliamentary approval is needed before triggering Article 50.
"19.11.2016 10:30:01" inews.co.uk So you think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz So you think you know it all? Then try our general knowledge quiz (Photo: Eduardo Soteras / AFP/ Getty Images) John Clarke 11:00 Friday November 18th 2016 iNews https://inews.co.uk Take i's fiendish quiz to test your general knowledge
"19.11.2016 10:00:01" inews.co.uk Cryonics is much more like science fiction than reality, experts warn Cryonics is a science fiction-like pyramid scheme based on wishful thinking rather than evidence, leading experts have warned after a 14-year old girl won a historic legal fight to be frozen after she died. On Thursday it emerged that the High Court had A 14-year old girl won a historic legal fight to be frozen after she died in the hope that when a cure for cancer had been invented, she could be woken up and cured.
But academics say "cryonics is based on wishful thinking rather than evidence".
"19.11.2016 08:56:13" inews.co.uk How cold-calling pensions scammers will be put out of business Pensions cold-calling is to be banned to prevent older people from being tricked out of their life savings by fraudsters.
The crackdown follows warnings that nearly 11m pensioners are regularly targeted by cold callers in the wake of the pension reforms
"19.11.2016 08:00:00" inews.co.uk The three-year-old YouTube sensation Just how famous is she? In a word: very. Emily Cozmiuc, from Wembley, London, has more than a billion hits and almost 1.5 million subscribers for the videos posted on her YouTube channel. It must have taken years getting to this stage… Er, no. Emily is Emily Cozmiuc, from Wembley, London, has more than a billion YouTube hits
"19.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Why feminists should care about International Men's Day In a world where men dominate politics, business, law and the media, you could be forgiven for thinking every day is International Men's Day. It is understandable why some feminists question the need to dedicate a day to a group of people who have enjoyed Today is International Men's Day. Many feminists have ridiculed the idea of having a day devoted to men.
But if we are going to have true equality, it is only fair men have a day to discuss issues that disproportionately affect them as well.
"18.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Why the taxpayer - just about - wins from the Buckingham Palace £369m refit Having secured access to the inner-most sanctum of the British state that is the Queen's toilet, a workman last year leaned gently against the ageing lavatory he was attempting to repair only for it to come away from the wall. The structural failure of Though she may live there, the Queen doesn't personally own her crumbling central London pied a terre
"18.11.2016 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Dog Eat Dog review: Nicolas Cage movie is an unholy but hilarious mess The actor goes gloriously full Cage, with reliably entertaining results. "He spends the closing minutes of the film doing a full-on Humphrey Bogart impersonation for no adequately explained reason."
"18.11.2016 21:09:55" Timeline Photos The taxpayer (kind of) wins by paying for the Queen's £370 million Buckingham Palace refurb https://inews.co.uk/opinion/comment/repairs-throne-taxpayer-foot-bill-queens-369m-refit/
"18.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk The man who plans to do the world's first head transplant unveils his knife Sergio Canavero has become something of a pariah in the medical world with some nicknaming him 'Dr Frankenstein' for his plans to carry out the world's first head transplant. But the maverick surgeon plans to go ahead with the operation nonetheless. In A man with a physically debilitating illness has agreed to have his head transplanted onto the head of a brain dead man
"18.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk What to watch on BBC iPlayer this week The best in entertainment, documentaries and drama. From nature's most adorable animals, to a retrospective on the late, great Leonard Cohen.
"18.11.2016 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Buckingham Palace set to get extra £369 million from taxpayer The Queen is set to receive more than £360 million in extra income from the Government over the next decade to avoid the risk of “catastrophic building failure” at Buckingham Palace, it has emerged. The funding will come from a large increase in the The money given to The Queen is an 'absolute disgrace'
"18.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: who wrote these Bad Sex Award-winning descriptions? Writers will be sighing in ecstatic relief today when they realise their name is not on the list of nominees for The Literary Review's annual Bad Sex Award. The unlucky authors who will be in the running for the 2017 prize are Robert Seethaler, Ethan From "bulbous salutations" to "Wagnerian crescendos", can you identify the culprits behind these literary sex scenes?
"18.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk What it means to be a man in 2016 Saturday marks International Men's Day – a day devoted to issues that disproportionately affect men. And while for some, the idea that men are given *another* day to talk about themselves, advocate for UK Men's Day and a founder member of the Men and Boys We asked some men to finish the sentence 'This is what I want you to know about being a man in 2016..
"18.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Technology is revolutionising mental health care, not undermining it Very few elements of of our lives remain untouched by technological advancements these days, so why should mental health be an exception? A European research project to help patients suffering from schizophrenia has volunteers try to control the tormenting voices in their heads by confronting a computer avatar.
"18.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Please, let's have no more David Bowie tributes Is it wrong of me that this week, my heart immediately sank at the sign of two little words in the news: “Bowie tribute”? It was announced that on 8 January, in honour of what would have been his 70th birthday, a series of “global goodwill concerts” No more covers and concerts to Bowie. Now, let's be left with the best tributes of all: the original music and the pop mavericks who will continue to come in his wake.
"18.11.2016 17:30:01" inews.co.uk The Apprentice candidates - reviewed by a recruitment expert Career coach and author Corinne Mills watched episode seven of The Apprentice. Here's her verdict. "Dillon made a customer magically disappear"
"18.11.2016 17:09:09" Timeline Photos 10 Scottish entrepreneurs making their mark in London @scotdevint
"18.11.2016 17:00:00" inews.co.uk 'I've signed my life away': Eddie Redmayne on 'Fantastic Beasts' Eddie Redmayne groans when I tell him he's just been described as “nice”. The culprit is Alison Sudol, his American co-star in the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them. “That word is like a crucifixion,” he sighs. He stops, a 'Anyone wants to jump into JK Rowling's world'
"18.11.2016 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Beware Trump's 'war on terror' - it may include torture These are troubling days for Britain's spy chiefs as they anxiously wait to see whether a Donald Trump presidency will usher in a return to the very darkest days of America's rendition and torture programme. Trump on fighting terror “I would do a lot Trump the candidate promised to bring back waterboarding “and worse” as well as issuing a chilling threat to execute the families of terrorists
"18.11.2016 16:15:00" inews.co.uk How Quidditch became a popular, progressive real-life sport We spoke to the founder of the UK's new Quidditch Premier League. “I joined because of Harry Potter, but I stayed because it's so fun, and the community is incredible."
"18.11.2016 15:32:42" inews.co.uk City University students ban The Sun, Daily Mail & Express from campus Students at City University in London, which boasts one of the UK's most popular journalism courses, have voted to “ban” The Sun, Daily Mail and Express newspapers from the campus. Journalism students reacted with anger at the motion, passed by a minority Students at City University in London, which boasts one of the UK's most popular journalism courses, have voted to “ban” The Sun, Daily Mail and Express newspapers from the campus. Journalism students reacted with anger at the motion, passed by a minority
"18.11.2016 14:05:17" inews.co.uk SNP calls for 'devastating' new Toblerone to be discussed at Holyrood It's as if the nation's favourite Alpine chocolate bar has become metaphor for the state of the world – Toblerone's peaks are less peaky and the troughs seem to go on forever. The Scottish National Party thinks only Brexit can be to blame. Colin Beattie, Colin Beattie, MSP, has tabled a motion in the Scottish Parliament to discuss the Toblerone travesty.
"18.11.2016 13:06:01" inews.co.uk Fears of new 'EU army' lead to Whitehall plea from UK military top brass Top military leaders have called on the government to ensure the UK steers clear of a new 'integrated' European defence force. Rear Admiral Roger Lane-Nott and Major General Julian Thompson made the plea, saying post-Brexit Britain should play no part in Top military leaders have called on the government to ensure the UK steers clear of a new 'integrated' European defence force. Rear Admiral Roger Lane-Nott and Major General Julian Thompson made the plea, saying post-Brexit Britain should play no part in
"18.11.2016 12:30:01" inews.co.uk Pop Culture Quiz of the Week Test your knowledge on the last seven days. Jackie Chan, badly written sex scenes and a Super Mario running app.
"18.11.2016 12:09:02" inews.co.uk The Grand Tour - episode one review Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return in Amazon's ever-so-slightly re-engineered model of their hit show. Here's our verdict on the first episode of The Grand Tour. Will you be watching?
"18.11.2016 11:45:00" inews.co.uk How Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre is bringing new writing talent to the world Established in 1963, the Traverse Theatre was founded with the hope of carrying on the spirit of Edinburgh's festivals throughout the year. The Traverse Theatre dedicates itself entirely to new work, producing critically acclaimed new plays and nurturing emerging talent.
"18.11.2016 11:04:07" inews.co.uk Man dissolves in acid after 'hot potting' in Yellowstone National Park The body of a 23-year-old man who strayed off the recommended track at Yellowstone National Park completed dissolved in front of his sister's eyes after he fell into a boiling pool of acid and water. Colin and Sable Scott, a brother and sister from The body of a 23-year-old man who strayed off the recommended track at Yellowstone National Park completely dissolved in front of his sister after he fell into a boiling pool of acid and water.
Colin and Sable Scott, a brother and sister from Oregon,
"18.11.2016 09:44:00" inews.co.uk Extraordinary photos show secluded Yanomami tribe 'at risk from gold miners' - Extraordinary photos of a South American tribe show the plight of members to live in complete seclusion from the outside world. The images show individuals from the Yanomami tribe, living in an “uncontacted” group, have set up their home in the middle of These photos are absolutely incredible.
"18.11.2016 09:30:21" The i Paper I'm in Greenwich with Starship Technologies executive Henry Harris-Burland and he's going to show me a new kind of delivery robot - backed by the same team that set up Skype.
"18.11.2016 09:09:43" Timeline Photos Men! We want you to get in touch.
We're putting together a piece for International Men's Day on Saturday - for it, we are asking readers to answer or reply to the following.
"This is what I want you to know about being a man in 2016..."
"18.11.2016 08:27:48" inews.co.uk The letter a terminally ill girl wrote to judge asking to be frozen A terminally-ill 14-year-old girl who wanted her body frozen after her death in case she could be cured in the future, has won a High Court case to allow her body to be flown to the US and cryogenically preserved. Prior to her death, she wrote a letter to “I have been asked to explain why I want this unusual thing done. I am only 14 years old and I don't want to die but I know I am going to die. I think being cryopreserved gives me a chance to be cured and woken up – even in hundreds of years' time. I
"18.11.2016 07:16:19" inews.co.uk David Attenborough facing death threats after joke about Donald Trump Sir David Attenborough has been targeted with death threats and faces a possible FBI investigation after suggesting that Donald Trump could be shot. Speaking before the US Presidential election, the broadcasting legend was asked how he would feel about He's also been reported to the FBI
"18.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Why people fear Brexit will hit them in the pocket The public is increasingly pessimistic about Britain's economic prospects following Brexit, a survey ahead of next week's Autumn Statement has revealed. Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to announce that leaving the European Union could cost the The public are gloomy about the economy.
"18.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk England and Scotland could face fine from Fifa over poppy armbands Fifa is taking action against the England and Scotland teams for wearing poppies during the World Cup qualifier on Armistice Day. The teams met at Wembley on 11 November, the day when the war dead are traditionally remembered in the UK. Players from both Martin Glenn, the chief executive of the FA, previously said that he believed the team's legal and moral positions were "right".
"18.11.2016 03:00:01" inews.co.uk MacBook Pro 2016 Touch Bar review: a touchy feely future? The Mac is back – after four long years, Apple has finally updated its MacBook Pro line, turning it into a lean, mean Touch Bar machine. The MacBook Pro has been a cornerstone of the Mac range for a decade now, combining the relative power of the iMac Verdict: ****
Stylish and functional design
Touch ID is amazing
Incredible display, especially the 15-inch
USB-C only harder to justify on the more expensive machines
Touch Bar application presently limited
"18.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Outsider artist: why Nick Blinko compromises his sanity to create Self-taught, Nick Blinko is an 'outsider artist', creating work out of compulsion rather than any career aspirations. “Drawing is my drive and joy,” he says. “The absence of this drive leaves a sizeable hole. By drawing I can erase the daunting world.”
"18.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: who wrote these Bad Sex Award-winning descriptions? Writers will be sighing in ecstatic relief today when they realise their name is not on the list of nominees for The Literary Review's annual Bad Sex Award. The unlucky authors who will be in the running for the 2017 prize are Robert Seethaler, Ethan How well do you know literary sex scenes?
"18.11.2016 00:30:01" inews.co.uk China tells Trump: We did not invent global warming China has dismissed claims by Donald Trump that global warming is a Chinese hoax designed to damage the US economy and is urging the President-elect to take the “smart decision” on climate change. Trump, who will shortly become president of the world's China's vice foreign minister, Liu Zhenmin, argued that China couldn't have invented global warming as a hoax saying it was Trump's Republican predecessors who started climate negotiations nearly three decades ago.
"18.11.2016 00:01:00" inews.co.uk 8 top tech toys to delight and develop pre-schoolers An extraordinary 89 per cent of parents plan to buy their child an electronic toy this Christmas, according to technology publisher Purch. Or perhaps it's not so extraordinary. After all, children are as surrounded by technology as adults, so it should be Children are as surrounded by technology as adults, so it should be of no surprise that it is reflected in their lists for Santa.
"17.11.2016 23:30:00" inews.co.uk The return of Gilmore Girls is just what the world needs There are some TV shows that you love passionately almost without reason, hugging them close to your heart so that even thinking about them makes you smile. Gilmore Girls is one of those shows. From its debut in October 2000 to the final episode in May "Gilmore Girls was hygge before hygge was fashionable; the sort of television you watched with your friends, under blankets, as winter drew in."
"17.11.2016 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Extraordinary photos show secluded Yanomami tribe 'at risk from gold miners' Extraordinary photos of a South American tribe show the plight of members to live in complete seclusion from the outside world. The images show individuals from the Yanomami tribe, living in an “uncontacted” group, have set up their home in the middle of "Contact with the gold miners could kill the Yanomami because they have no resistance to outside disease."
"17.11.2016 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Rooney's big night out a rite of passage that never gets old Wayne Rooney on the lash until the early hours. This story is as old as his career. It is not so much the booze that disappoints at this juncture as the attitude that led him to the wedding party in the first place, that he thought it acceptable to have a "Rooney's heart has always been in the right place. He has apologised and for the most part conducted himself with great credit on the pitch. But as this latest episode demonstrates he is anchored to a lad culture from which he is unable to escape."
"17.11.2016 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Busted have rebranded as a synthpop act Charlie Simpson and James Bourne hadn't seen each other for five years until the latter turned up on the former's south-west London doorstep last year to float the idea of a reunion. Well, actually, that's not strictly true; they had seen one another Busted are now a synthpop group. And funnily enough, it's not all about the money this time.
"17.11.2016 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Brexit spurs Theresa May into abandoning Lords curbs - for now Theresa May has abandoned moves to curb the power of peers in an apparent attempt to smooth the passage of Brexit-related legislation in coming years. She inherited the proposals from David Cameron after his government suffered a humiliating defeat in the A showdown is off the table for the time being.
"17.11.2016 21:00:01" inews.co.uk A guide to watching Anime online Japanese animation has seen a huge boost in popularity in recent years. And for good reason. There are thousands of fun, inventive and thought-provoking series and films to indulge in, and many are available to watch right now.
"17.11.2016 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Nearly 200 years on, Britain's top cop could be a woman London could be about to get its first female police chief nearly two centuries after the post was created. The search has just been launched to replace Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who is about to retire as Metropolitan Police Commissioner, with two prominent “With 51 per cent of the public being women it is long overdue that the principle was put into practice and that the capital finally had a woman Commissioner.”
"17.11.2016 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Hillsborough families hit back at Sir Norman Bettison over controversial book Hillsborough families have described former police chief Sir Norman Bettison as a “sad man” after he criticised the ongoing investigation into the 1989 football disaster. The retired South Yorkshire Police officer, who was a chief inspector when 96 Margaret Aspinall, Hillsborough Family Support Group: "I think he's a sad man. His book is irrelevant. The truth is out there and that's all that matters."
"17.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Danny Dyer is wrong, soap actors are among our nation's finest As anyone leaving Hollyoaks to “break into Hollywood” inevitably finds out, soap stars have it hard enough being taken seriously as actors, without one of their own firing shots at them. But that's what EastEnders star Danny Dyer did this week in an Danny Dyer just obviously doesn't understand what an art form he finds himself a part of. Creating and developing a character over decades is one of the greatest acting feats there is
"17.11.2016 19:00:00" inews.co.uk How Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre is bringing new writing talent to the world Thanks to its famous annual Fringe festival, Edinburgh is well known as a place to discover new writers, performers and artists. Established in 1963, the Traverse Theatre was founded with the hope of carrying on the spirit of Edinburgh's festivals "“New writing is the heart of culture – it speaks to the populous in times of strife. And it is always a time of strife."
"17.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The Alzheimer's Research Christmas ad should appear pre-watershed The siren call of commerce exercises a very serious pull in the modern world. That much struck me forcibly the other morning when I turned up for work and most of my young colleagues were gathered round a computer screen watching a piece of film. It was Simon Kelner writes: "Has it really come to this? Children could turn on the news at any time of the day and be scared."
"17.11.2016 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Children need explosive science lessons says BBC presenter Liz Bonnin Health and safety fears are preventing children from “getting messy” with classroom experiments which could inspire them to pursue a career in science, the BBC presenter Liz Bonin has warned. Ms Bonnin, a wild animal biologist, is an ambassador for "Explosions are fun. We're going to work with (teachers) to allow children to get messy and really get their hands dirty."
"17.11.2016 17:30:00" inews.co.uk What The Simpsons can teach us about philosophy The academic behind a new university course on The Simpsons explains why he's using Homer Simpson to teach Homer "Ned Flanders, for example, is portrayed as very devout Christian in the series, and that allows him to serve as a foil for discussing divine command theory."
"17.11.2016 16:43:04" inews.co.uk Six real things to watch out for in our post-truth world Even the Oxford English Dictionary agrees: post-truth politics is here. Brexit and President-Elect Donald Trump are proof. Opponents of both bellowed loudly for months about lies and misleading statistics, about the wanton distortion of reality and Post-truth, post-politics, post-fact, post-news - is anything real anymore?
"17.11.2016 16:00:03" inews.co.uk World's biggest Lego store arrives in London (yes, everything is awesome) The biggest Lego store in the world opens its doors today in Leicester Square, featuring 1.7 million bricks that have been painstakingly put together to form replicas of Big Ben, a Tube carriage and a red telephone box.
"17.11.2016 13:08:06" I'm in Greenwich with Starship Technologies executive Henry Harris-Burland and he's going to show me a new kind of delivery robot - backed by the same team that set up Skype.
"17.11.2016 12:05:01" inews.co.uk Drink-driving simulated: how virtual reality could save lives Colour is darkened, contrast is reduced, 'fisheye' filters are applied, and sound is muffled. Combined, the effect is a feeling of nausea. Hundreds of people in the UK are killed in accidents involving drink driving each year.
This VR game is a racing experience that – in the words of its creators – “teaches the effects of drunk driving without being patronising”.
"17.11.2016 11:19:14" From BBC Newsnight - Sir Norman Bettison's bruising interview.
"17.11.2016 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Teenagers in North more likely to feel where they live has negative impact on life chances Teenagers in parts of Northern England are more likely to feel that where they live will have a negative impact on their chances in life, according to an in-depth study of British adolescent attitudes. Figures from a major 12-month study for the National A third of teens in the North East and Yorkshire fear their accent will hold them back in the future
"17.11.2016 09:48:05" inews.co.uk Hillary Clinton gives moving first speech since election defeat Hillary Clinton showed vulnerability and strength in her first speech since conceding defeat to Donald Trump, admitting she wanted to curl up and hide after losing the presidential election. “There have been a few times this past week when all I've wanted 'There have been a few times this past week when all I've wanted to do was just curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again'
"17.11.2016 08:08:02" inews.co.uk What you should have been able to read in train stations today We're all fairly used to rail cancellations these days, but Network Rail's eleventh-hour decision to cancel Amnesty's advertising campaign this week still came as a huge surprise. The adverts were simple in format – less than 20 little words long – so Allowing rights to be politicised is a dangerous game. It means they are all too readily traded away on the election stump. Taking away, redrafting, picking-and-choosing have become easy-win pledges from would-be leaders all over the world. Ironically,
"17.11.2016 07:19:21" inews.co.uk The reality behind those slightly misleading reports that Eastern Europeans are 'flocking' to the UK Despite claims in the media that immigration to the UK from eastern European has started to “surge” or “soar”, the truth is that nothing much – for now – has changed. During and after the Brexit campaign, there were claims that any future tightening of Plenty of headline writers took the opportunity to dust off popular words when the statistics came in:
"17.11.2016 07:00:01" inews.co.uk The emotions of an archaeologist making a key discovery How does it feel to unearth remains that have been hidden for 1,000 years? The archaeologist Matthew Champion describes his mixed emotions It doesn't happen often – a few times in a lifetime. But when it does, there is a feeling of watching a small miracle take place before you.
But the thing is, this is my village.
"17.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Full-fat milk leads to leaner children, says study Children drinking full-fat milk are leaner than those given a low-fat option, a new study has revealed. And those who drink full-fat milk have higher vitamin D levels than their peers on the same amount of skimmed milk, the research found. Paediatrician “Children who drink lower fat milk don't have less body fat, and they also don't benefit from the higher vitamin D levels in whole milk."
"17.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Bob Dylan a no-show for Nobel Prize Rock and roll legend Bob Dylan will not be going to Sweden to collect his Noble Prize in Literature. The Swedish Academy, which awards the prize, confirmed they had received word from the American singer songwriter he would not be making an appearance. In The Academy stressed Dylan had said he was “very honoured” to receive the prize and said it was looking forward to Dylan's Nobel lecture, a pre-requisite of accepting the prize, which he must give within six months of the prize-giving on December 10 this
"17.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk How to spend a weekend in Bristol - an insider's guide We share an insider's look at three of Bristol's most vibrant and interesting districts. Here's where to eat, drink, stay and play in Bristol when you've only got 48 hours of freedom.
"17.11.2016 01:00:00" inews.co.uk "Scandal" of £2 per child mental health spending in England Doctors have branded spending on mental health services for young people a “national scandal” after it was revealed as little as £2 a child is being set aside. In a stinging attack on NHS commissioners in England, who allocate the funding of health “It is a national scandal that opportunities to prevent mental illness from occurring in childhood are being missed because of unacceptably low investment”
"16.11.2016 23:09:52" inews.co.uk Two-thirds of teenagers believe they will achieve their dream job Nearly two-thirds of British teenagers believe they will achieve their dream job and even more expect to earn bigger sums than their parents, the National Citizen Service survey has found. Researchers found that 63 per cent of teens believe they will Most teens said the reason they will achieve it is that they work hard.
"16.11.2016 21:53:39" inews.co.uk North versus South: Teenagers talk about the great expectation divide Teenagers in parts of Northern England are more likely to feel that where they live will have a negative impact on their chances in life, according to an in-depth study of British adolescent attitudes. Figures from a major 12-month study for the National "We're the forgotten part of the country. London is given priority. That's the bottom line."
"16.11.2016 21:20:00" inews.co.uk Simon Kelner: I've never used it, but this is the perfect word to describe 2016 Oxford Dictionaries has a pretty good record when it comes to choosing their word of the year. Past winners of this esoteric accolade have been “chav”, “selfie” and “vape”, all of which have entered popular discourse (in fact, “chav” made a very speedy What kind of a world is it where there is little truth and no trust? A world in which rabble-rousing is easy, and nuance is lost?
"16.11.2016 20:51:30" inews.co.uk Some pigs are more optimistic than others It might sound like a porkie, but research has discovered that some pigs have more proactive personalities than others and they are far more likely to remain optimistic in poor housing conditions than their colleagues in better ones. In humans, mood and Proactive pigs are more likely to stay optimistic despite bad housing conditions.
"16.11.2016 20:00:01" inews.co.uk The blockbuster video game set in Grimsby This 2006 Call Of Duty rival also took in York, Manchester and Cheddar Gorge. “We were looking for a foreboding place that would serve as an appropriately creepy backdrop.”
"16.11.2016 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Eastern Europeans aren't 'flocking' to UK - they're coming like always Despite claims in the media that immigration to the UK from eastern European has started to “surge” or “soar”, the truth is that nothing much – for now – has changed. During and after the Brexit campaign, there were claims that any future tightening of Digging a little deeper in the statistics shows bigger increases in the very recent past.
October to December 2014 showed an increase of 55,000 people on the previous three months, while April to June 2014 had an increase of 57,000.
So why all the talk
"16.11.2016 18:56:19" inews.co.uk David Attenborough reported to FBI after 'shoot Trump' joke Sir David Attenborough has been targeted with death threats and faces a possible FBI investigation after suggesting that Donald Trump could be shot. Speaking before the US Presidential election, the broadcasting legend was asked how he would feel about Sir David has been the victim of online abuse, including death threats, following the remark.
Others contacted the FBI and Secret Service feeds on Twitter, urging the authorities to open an investigation, citing any threat to assassinate the President
"16.11.2016 18:30:00" inews.co.uk How to take stunning travel photos (like this one) Anthony Lau, winner of the 2016 National Geographic travel photographer of the year, reveals tips and tricks to get the best out of your travel photos Anthony Lau's top travel photo tips:
1. Study your destination
2. Pack smart
3. Know your gear
4. Wake up early and sleep late
5. Document your whole trip as if you are writing a diary
6. Experiment with your subject
7. Shoot RAW
8. Get ready for your
"16.11.2016 17:30:02" inews.co.uk Prisoners trained by The Clink restaurant 40% less likely to reoffend The Clink's success: the facts 17/100 – number of prisoners who go on to re-offend after training in The Clink 29/100 – number of prisoners who re-offended who did not train at restaurant Researchers carefully selected the prisoners who received training “This is welcome news at a time when the media is full of stories of the crisis in our overcrowded prisons."
"16.11.2016 16:16:00" inews.co.uk How to spend a weekend in Bristol - an insider's guide With world class nightlife, a diverse array of culinary delights and a thriving arts scene, Bristol makes for a fantastic choice for a weekend away. Need to get away from it all this weekend?
"16.11.2016 15:00:00" inews.co.uk The ten things British voters want from Brexit When it comes to Brexit, voters have a wishlist of demands that it will be almost impossible for Theresa May to deliver, a survey today discloses. It found that an overwhelming majority want Britain to continue trading freely with the European Union – but Voters' Brexit wishlist covers, free trade, immigration control, the future of EU citizens, mobile phone charges, Irish passport check and retaining EU safety rules.
"16.11.2016 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Can you spot the fake news stories? 'Fake News' has been a talking point in the fallout of the recent US election. See if you can sift the lies from the reality. Half of these headlines are fabricated fibs. The other half are strange-but-true tales.
"16.11.2016 13:20:01" inews.co.uk I was locked up and strip searched for being bipolar - this needs to stop People with mental health problems are routinely put into police cells instead of being given access to services, according to mental health charity Mind, which is urging the Government to put a stop to the practice. New data from the National Police People with mental health problems are routinely put into police cells instead of being given access to services, according to mental health charity Mind, which is urging the Government to put a stop to the practice.
Xena tells her story.
"16.11.2016 12:35:32" inews.co.uk How to spot a fake news story on Facebook Google and Facebook have finally agreed to clamp down on fake news after complaints that a lack of quality control at the internet giants could have caused misinformation ahead of the US presidential election. But it can be harder than you might think to 1) check the domain name
"16.11.2016 11:00:00" Santa Forgot, narrated by Stephen Fry, is the Christmas fundraising advert from Alzheimers UK.
It imagines a world where Santa is living with the effects of dementia and no longer visits children on Christmas Eve.
Over 850,000 people in the UK have
"16.11.2016 10:57:59" inews.co.uk Boris's Brexit plans 'not fair to British people' says EU minister Boris Johnson's vision for Brexit is “impossible” and offers British people an unfair, unrealistic idea of the nation's future outside the European Union, the Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said. Meanwhile, Italy's economic development Boris Johnson's vision for Brexit is “impossible” and offers British people an unfair, unrealistic idea of the nation's future outside the European Union, the Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said. Meanwhile, Italy's economic development
"16.11.2016 09:30:00" inews.co.uk BBC's Ordinary Lies is a treat. If only the controlling wife didn't feel such a stereotype A crisis of masculine identity (how very on-trend) was in store in episode five of Ordinary Lies. Now in its second series, the drama works exactly because it is not a big-budget production. The series explores the secret lies that underpin every family, The nagging wife versus the emotionally closed man is all too familiar on screen. But perhaps these stereotypes exist for a reason
"16.11.2016 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Trump 'requested tpp secret security clearance' for children After a campaign that saw Donald Trump launch scathing attacks on rival Hillary Clinton for her use of a personal email account for official business, America's new President-elect has reportedly asked for his eldest three children to be granted After a campaign that saw Donald Trump launch scathing attacks on rival Hillary Clinton for her use of a personal email account for official business, America's new President-elect has reportedly asked for his eldest three children to be granted
"16.11.2016 08:23:41" Network Rail has decided to pull advertisements for the Human Rights Act at the last minute after deeming them “too political”, according to Amnesty International.
This was one of them - you can read more here:
"16.11.2016 08:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Tree trunk' coffins for Britain's first Christians found intact When the Anglo-Saxons living alongside the River Wensum buried their dead more than a millennium ago, they did so with exquisite care. Oak trees were felled and each trunk hollowed out to form a cavity for corpse. Those who were not accorded a sarcophagus It is estimated that each coffin would have taken a single man four days to produce, from felling the tree to cutting the trunk and then hollowing out each half to form a void for the body and a lid to be placed on top.
"16.11.2016 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Black offenders much more likely to go to jail for drug offences in UK Black and ethnic minority offenders are far more likely to be jailed than white criminals for some crimes, according to an investigation into suspected racial bias in the courts system. Black men convicted of drugs offences were 41 per cent more likely to Black men convicted of drugs offences were 41 per cent more likely to be locked up than their white counterparts - and black women were 127 per cent more likely to be sent to prison.
"16.11.2016 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Get drugs right and strokes could fall by 12,000 a year, study says Half of stroke sufferers were not prescribed a medication which their condition indicated they would benefit from and could have prevented their illness, according to research. A study looking at nearly 18,000 people who were struck by their first stroke Half of stroke sufferers were not prescribed a medication which their condition indicated they would benefit from and could have prevented their illness, according to research.
"16.11.2016 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Google boss pledges free digital skills training for UK Google has announced plans to train UK workers in free face-to-face digital skills lessons, in an effort to spread the company's computing expertise. Speaking today in Google's new headquarters in King's Cross, London, Google's chief executive Sundar “No matter where you live, no matter where you're from, no matter what your job is – you deserve access to all the information, education, and opportunity the web has to offer"
"16.11.2016 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Behind the scenes at Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre Housed inside a stunning Grade II listed building, Manchester's Royal Exchange is the country's largest theatre-in-the-round. The theatre has a selection of gruesome-looking prosthetic tongues backstage – because you never know when a character might need theirs ripped out.
"16.11.2016 02:00:00" inews.co.uk A new shale gas exploration front is set to open in the Midlands Conservationists have hit out after planning chiefs gave approval for a new shale gas exploration front to be opened next door to their nature reserve. Nottinghamshire County Council has backed plans by energy firm IGas to drill two wells to a depth of Nottinghamshire County Council has backed plans by energy firm IGas to drill two wells to a depth of 3,500m to explore for shale gas at a former Cold War missile launch site at Misson Springs, Bassetlaw.
"16.11.2016 01:30:00" inews.co.uk The new country music revolution sweeping the UK Country acts have been making waves in the UK charts. But they're not from Nashville, the home of 10-gallon hats, trucks and cowboy boots – they're from our own shores. The UK country revolution has arrived. Ever since Taylor Swift brought country music Perhaps the stereotypical “yeeha” image of American trucks and cowboy boots has put UK audiences off in the past. But country has progressed far beyond that.
"16.11.2016 00:30:00" inews.co.uk HS2 routes play angry families against city leaders The Government's plans to build a £56bn high-speed rail line though Northern England have pitted angry families afraid of losing their homes against city leaders who have urged ministers to urgently press ahead with the project. Chris Grayling, the Angry residents on the Shimmer estate say the plans are “horrific” and will destroy their community, while Labour's former leader Ed Miliband, the MP for Doncaster North, said he is “deeply disappointed”.
"15.11.2016 23:50:00" inews.co.uk New Balance dubbed 'official shoes of white people' by far right site New Balance's trainers have been dubbed the “official shoes of white people” by a white supremacist website after declaring that Donald Trump's victory was good for manufacturing in the US. The Daily Stormer, a news website that has published numerous
"15.11.2016 23:10:01" inews.co.uk Jamie Vardy picks pocket of Spain before justice is done in 2-2 draw The equaliser came with the last kick of the match, a dose of reality from Isco to temper the excitement at the start of England's new dawn under Gareth Southgate. If there were a scintilla of doubt about Southgate's suitability to take the post full time The equaliser came with the last kick of the match, a dose of reality from Isco to temper the excitement at the start of England's new dawn under Gareth Southgate.
"15.11.2016 22:50:00" inews.co.uk Simon Kelner: I was on a retreat for the past week - imagine my surprise Imagine that you'd been on a retreat for a week, and you came back to a world where Donald Trump is President, Nigel Farage is an important figure in global politics and Leonard Cohen is dead. Well, that's what has just happened to me. There I was in an Imagine that you'd been on a retreat for a week, and you came back to a world where Donald Trump is President, Nigel Farage is an important figure in global politics and Leonard Cohen is dead. Well, that's what has just happened to me.
"15.11.2016 22:20:00" inews.co.uk Gareth Malone alone can heal divided Britain What does it mean to be British? In these uncertain post-Brexit, post-Trump election victory times, will we no longer look to Europe or America to define our identity? “If Donald Trump wants to heal the wounds of his great nation, let's rely on Malone to The Choir: Gareth's Best in Britain could be a painful twee-fest. But instead Malone somehow managed to provide us with an optimistic vision of Britain as well as a coming-of-age story.
"15.11.2016 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Secondary ticketing: the problem and possible solutions, explained There may be fewer of them outside venues, but touts have become increasingly active in the online ticketing market in recent years. "Of the options available, parliamentary legislation within the secondary market is the most obvious route.
"Industry officials are keen for anti-bot legislation, and another key change called for by campaigners is a cap on profits of 10% on the resale
"15.11.2016 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Amazon Prime: feel-good films for an escape from reality From School Of Rock to 10 Things I Hate About You. If issues such as social division and large-scale political unrest have got you feeling down, what better way to distract yourself than with a warm, fuzzy, feel-good film?
"15.11.2016 20:36:32" inews.co.uk How a prison officers' walkout left jails and courts in chaos Jails and courts across the country were left in chaos after thousands of prison officers mounted a 24-hour protest against staff shortages and violence behind bars. The dispute escalated as Liz Truss, the Justice Secretary, won a legal injunction Jails and courts across the country were left in chaos after thousands of prison officers mounted a 24-hour protest against staff shortages and violence behind bars.