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"23.01.2017 10:47:03" inews.co.uk NHS paid £1,500 to agency for single nurse staff shift NHS boards that are paying out more than £1,500 to agency staff to cover just one hospital shift is an "abuse" of the system, the Scottish Conservative hea “It is staggering that hard-pressed health boards could find themselves paying this much to an agency for a nursing shift,” said health spokesman Donald Cameron, adding that the figures were a “slap in the face” to staff nurses in the NHS.
"23.01.2017 10:01:56" inews.co.uk Margaret Thatcher sent on secret Rover trip over fears about her driving skills It was an operation in the best traditions of state secrecy. The hi-tech object to be shown to the Prime Minister was smuggled into Chequers concealed ben The documents have just been released.
"23.01.2017 09:00:01" inews.co.uk School budgets 'untenable' by 2019 Nearly three-quarters of headteachers believe their budgets will be untenable by 2019 as the number of schools that slumped into deficit doubled in a year, Schools are being forced to make drastic savings such as reducing teaching hours and cutting back on buying equipment to balance their budgets.
According to the findings, 72 per cent of heads do not think their funding will be sufficient to meet the
"23.01.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk E-cigarettes are actually encouraging youth to smoke E-cigarettes, widely marketed as an alternative to tobacco, are actually attracting youth to cigarettes who may not otherwise have begun smoking, according “E-cigarettes are encouraging – not discouraging – youth to smoke and to consume nicotine, and are expanding the tobacco market”
"23.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May's post-Brexit skills promise Theresa May has put the training of a “high-skilled, high-paid” workforce ready to take advantage of rapid technological change at the heart of the Governm Theresa May has put the training of a 'high-skilled, high-paid' workforce ready to take advantage of rapid technological change at the heart of the Government's post-Brexit industrial strategy
"23.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Writing for i, PM shares industrial strategy for post-Brexit Last summer, the British people voted for change. They voted to leave the European Union and embrace the world – and did so believing it would lead to a br Writing for i, Theresa May shares plan to reboot British industry
"23.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk What's on Theresa May's agenda at the White House - and what's not Theresa May will urge Donald Trump to demonstrate his commitment to Nato when she flies to Washington to start talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the U What's on Theresa May's agenda at the White House – and what's not
"23.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk McDonnell admits Brexit vote unpredictability Labour faces a tough challenge to hold off Ukip in two crucial by-elections amid political upheaval over Brexit, John McDonnell has admitted John McDonnell: Labour will win Stoke and Copeland by-elections by fighting Ukip on NHS
"23.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Toxteth fireball Wayne Rooney touched by Bobby Charlton magic The family snap celebrating his historic moment in a Manchester United shirt was neatly symbolic of this late phase of Wayne Rooney's career, responsible, Rooney's 250th goal - a microcosm of a career that will not be truly appreciated until he's an elderly man watching in the stands.
"23.01.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk Celebrities speaking out can make a real difference in mental health When people speak out about cancer or heart disease following news of a celebrity's struggle with the conditions, we don't accuse them of trying to make th Celebrities speaking out about mental health makes a difference.
"23.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk The character thickens in Homeland's return Those looking for their Bond-esque fix following the departure of Sherlock may have been disappointed by the series opener of Homeland on Channel 4, which The character thickens in Homeland's opener, but it still set plenty of plates spinning
"23.01.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk Queen joins English sparkling wine industry A high profile land owner has joined the ranks of the English sparkling wine industry - The Queen. Three thousand bottles, containing grapes grown on the W Queen Elizabeth joins English sparkling wine industry
"23.01.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk Apple Tree Yard is adult drama in the best sense As Sherlock takes a (permanent?) rest the BBC and Channel 4 have both deployed heavy hitters for the Sunday night “appointment TV” slot. And Apple Tree Ya The sex scenes are intense, but Apple Tree Yard is adult drama in the best sense of the word
"22.01.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk British vet sets up charity to care for stray dogs in Sri Lanka Who let the dogs out? Janey Lowes, Britsh vet in Sri Lanka, did. The 28-year-old dog lover, hailing from County Durham, arrived on the island in 2014 on ho British vet sets up charity to care for stray dogs in Sri Lanka
"22.01.2017 22:33:08" inews.co.uk Writing for i, PM shares industrial strategy for post-Brexit Last summer, the British people voted for change. They voted to leave the European Union and embrace the world – and did so believing it would lead to a br Writing exclusively for i, PM Theresa May shares plan to reboot British industry
"22.01.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Ministers under pressure over 'catastrophic' Trident error Ministers face demands to make an emergency statement on Monday about a “catastrophic error” which led to the reported misfiring of an unarmed Trident miss Ministers facing calls to reveal what they knew about 'catastrophic' Trident error
"22.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Welcome to the new world order - of the same dank old nationalism - The i newspaper online iNews On Friday morning, as the world prepared to see a former reality television star sworn in to office as the world's most powerful man, Ian Paisley Junior wa Ian Birrell: Donald Trump is a small-minded nationalist.
Not an American patriot.
"22.01.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Corbyn refuses to commit troops if Russia attacks Nato Jeremy Corbyn risks another row with his defence spokesperson by refusing to confirm he would support a Nato ally if it were invaded. Corbyn risks another row with his own defence spokesperson
"22.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk McDonnell admits Brexit vote unpredictability Labour faces a tough challenge to hold off Ukip in two crucial by-elections amid political upheaval over Brexit, John McDonnell has admitted Labour will win Stoke and Copeland by-elections by fighting Ukip on NHS, says John McDonnell
"22.01.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Andy Murray does not deserve vitriol after Australian Open defeat My seven-year-old daughter has a favourite phrase, which she has used frequently over the past five months: “Humans: they just need to learn sometimes.” It Andy Murray did not deserve the bitterness he got for losing a match.
"22.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Selfies are about more than narcissism Young British artist Juno Calypso tells i why she's happy to be featured in a new Saatchi show focusing on selfies Selfies aren't always about pure narcissism.
Here's a little about their history.
"22.01.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk What's on Theresa May's agenda at the White House - and what's not Theresa May will urge Donald Trump to demonstrate his commitment to Nato when she flies to Washington to start talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the U She's expected to invite Trump to Britain this summer
"22.01.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk To America, Britain is the football equivalent of Fulham, not Chelsea The all-too obvious excitement that our otherwise measured Prime Minister can't help but display at being the first foreign leader to meet President Trump, Stefano Hatfield writes: "The all-too obvious excitement that our otherwise measured Prime Minister can't help but display at being the first foreign leader to meet President Trump, and the accompanying breathless media coverage, brings to mind being a
"22.01.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Apple Tree Yard promises to be a messy, complex thriller Billed as a provocative thriller, the BBC's Apple Tree Yard follows the spiralling downfall of Yvonne Carmichael, a high-flying geneticist. This begins tonight at 9pm on BBC One
"22.01.2017 16:00:00" PM dodges Trident question whopping four times "Well it's not an answer. I'm not going to get an answer to this."
Four times Andrew Marr asked the PM a straightforward question about Trident.
Four times the PM completely dodged the question.
"22.01.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Milton Keynes is 50: From negative stereotypes to cultural ambitions It was described as being like a little piece of brash, car-friendly Los Angeles set amidst Buckinghamshire farmland when it was launched onto the world 50 Milton Keynes turns 50:
From city of roundabouts to culture and technology highway.
"22.01.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Trump's team used same inauguration cake as Obama President Donald Trump's team requested a cake for one of the inauguration balls to be identical to the one made for President Barack Obama's inauguration Seems to be a bit of a theme here
"22.01.2017 14:38:52" inews.co.uk How news works on Facebook From Rupert Murdoch to the Guardian, publishers have grown increasingly resentful of Facebook and its capacity to use their content as fuel to drive its mi Scrolling through your Facebook news feed now?
Here's how news works on the site.
"22.01.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Plans drawn up for new 'royal' garden in Salford It was a stately home that once played host to Queen Victoria and became the resting place of Dunkirk evacuees before it was pulled to the ground after a f The lost gardens of Worsley New Hall in Salford - said to have been inspired by Versailles - are set to be given a new lease of life under major plans by the Royal Horticultural Society to restore them to their former glory.
"22.01.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Four times Theresa May refuses to deny knowing about Trident 'misfire' Theresa May refused four times to deny she was told that about a reported failed Trident test before she making the case to MPs for renewing Britain's nucl Mrs May looked rather uncomfortable when she was repeatedly challenged about the Trident 'misfire' on BBC1's Andrew Marr on Sunday.
"22.01.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk Homeland: everything you need to know before watching season 6 Ahead of the return of Homeland to our screens, it's time to reflect on where we left Carrie, Quinn and Saul. A quick recap before Homeland returns tonight at 9pm
"22.01.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Believe you know it all? See how you rate in our fiendish iQuiz Think you have what it takes to be a pub quiz champion? Then test your knowledge on our weekly iQuiz. See how much you know with i's weekly quiz
"22.01.2017 10:30:01" Timeline Photos Donald Trump says up to 1.5 million came to his inauguration. Here is a photo from the event:
"22.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Samuel L Jackson: 'Now we know America didn't grow so much' For Jackson, getting away from the everyday would be trying to forget about the election of Donald Trump. “People like me are feeling the way all the people who hated Barack Obama felt."
"22.01.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Ignore the studies, the secrets to long life are simpler than you think The diet and health industry turns over billions of pounds a year, and many of us have, over recent weeks, turned to various commercial diet programmes or weird alternative remedies.
"22.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Retailers had a 'terrible' December but butcher sales soar Butchers were singled out among independent shops that enjoyed a surge in sales. The Office for National Statistics (ONS), which published the data, said there were “some notably strong figures from smaller retailers, in particular butchers, who reported a significant boost in sales in the run up to Christmas”.
"22.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk What to expect from Donald Trump's first few days in the White House It is shaping up to be a busy weekend in the White House as Donald Trump begins tearing up Barack Obama's legacy and implementing some of his highest-profi It's shaping up to be a busy weekend in The White House. President Trump's press secretary explained: “He is committed to not just Day One, but Day Two, Day Three of enacting an agenda of real change.”
"22.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Celebrities speaking out can make a real difference in mental health When people speak out about cancer or heart disease following news of a celebrity's struggle with the conditions, we don't accuse them of trying to make th When people speak out about cancer or heart disease following news of a celebrity's struggle with the conditions, we don't accuse them of trying to make the illnesses “trendy”.
However, those who speak out about mental health are sometimes criticised
"22.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Yellow and pink cars both on the rise - but white still the most popular car colour Yellow was one of the top ten most popular new car colours in 2016, the first time in three years that the colour has made the cut. The market also saw an With demand falling for white cars ever so slightly, the 2016 figures could be an indicator of a move away from the sober hues of recent years. What's your favourite car colour?
"22.01.2017 02:00:02" inews.co.uk Bridget Trump's Diary Martin Luther King Weekend. 9pm Sunday: NYC, my golden tower Nothing from Vlad all weekend. Am hideous monster who will die fat and alone. Had been seduced "7am, Tuesday: Exhausted, up all night tweeting the wrong Ivanka. A horrid woman from Brighton (of all places!!) replied to tell me that I should concentrate on" climate change. HOW RUDE. I care about worthy and important things like jobs, building walls
"22.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Hive owner composes first bee opera from swarm vibrations This time the buzz around a new show really is justified. The first opera to fuse the rhythmic drone of a bee colony with human voices will be staged by He This time the buzz around a new show really is justified. The first opera to fuse the rhythmic drone of a bee colony with human voices will be staged by Heloise Tunstall-Behrens, a beekeeping composer.
"22.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Eddie Jones: England lack leaders Eddie Jones teased an expectant English public for a just a few more days by avoiding the confirmation of Dylan Hartley as captain of the 34-man squad name England's head rugby coach Eddie Jones has made a withering assessment of the lack of captain candidates in the squad.
“We need to increase the leadership density of the team,” he said. “There's not many potential captains in this squad. I don't have to
"21.01.2017 23:15:00" inews.co.uk Women's march: The issues at stake in the fight for equality here and abroad While the march was organised to coincide with Donald Trump's first full day in office, organisers both sides of the Atlantic were clear: this is about much more than a polarising President.
"21.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Seriously, who would want to be First Lady? It was the tiniest movement – the slightest shift from side to side – but it was definitely a shake of the head. Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, were t Melania Trump will be unpaid, over-scrutinised, and known simply for being someone's wife – no wonder she's sulking.
"21.01.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk One third of Britons would blame a woman for her rape if she was drunk Over one third of UK adults believe that if a woman goes out late at night, wears a short skirt or gets drunk, she is at least partially to blame if she is sexually assaulted or raped.
It is women over the age of 65 who are most likely to take this
"21.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Tesco introduces 'relaxed' checkout to make shopping less stressful for people with dementia Tesco has introduced a “relaxed” checkout scheme at one of its Scottish stores to give customers who need extra time at the till a chance to shop at their Tesco has introduced a “relaxed” checkout scheme at one of its Scottish stores to give customers who need extra time at the till a chance to shop at their own pace.
Kerry Speed, an ambassador for the supermarket, came up with the idea of a relaxed
"21.01.2017 20:15:00" inews.co.uk Everything President Trump has done on his first day in office Donald Trump may have been President of the USA for just 24 hours but he has already signed his first orders in office. The Republican billionaire was inau From scaling back Obamacare and thwarting an affordable housing order to appointing his cabinet, revamping The White House website and declaring a National Day of Patriotism, it's been quite the 24 hours.
"21.01.2017 19:13:53" Timeline Photos Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets for the Women's March on London today.
The i Paper asked the many men in attendance to explain why it was so important they marched too.
"21.01.2017 18:31:54" inews.co.uk Welcome to Qatar, the world's richest country gearing up to host the 2022 Fifa World Cup When I tell people I am about to visit Qatar, the response is always the same: a confused look, followed by: “Is that near Dubai”? A small country in the P When I tell people I am about to visit Qatar, the response is always the same: a confused look, followed by: "Is that near Dubai?"
But there is much more to this tiny Arab nation than meets the eye.
"21.01.2017 18:00:03" inews.co.uk How to take better iPhone photos: with light The best camera you own is the one you have with you, or so the saying goes, but there comes a time when we could all do with a bit of help in getting the The best camera you own is the one you have with you, or so the saying goes, but there comes a time when we could all do with a bit of help in getting the best out of your smartphone camera.
"21.01.2017 17:39:33" Timeline Photos More than 100,000 people joined Women's March on London today
"21.01.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk The science of decision making From the mundane to the massive, decision-making has a far bigger effect on our mental state than we probably realise. But you can overcome indecision. If you struggle with decisions, this is worth a read.
"21.01.2017 16:31:32" inews.co.uk The best political dramas to binge-watch in 2017 If an escape from the real world is what you're craving, here are five political dramas to binge-watch, from House of Cards to Billions. When the world of politics is as unpredictable and outlandish as it is right now, the fictional realm of TV has may have some catching up to do.
"21.01.2017 16:08:43" Photos from The i Paper's post The most empowering placards as thousands join the Women's March on London to demand equality http://bit.ly/2iXbAt9
"21.01.2017 15:35:41" inews.co.uk Sir James Munby calls for urgent action to protect abuse survivors and children in family courts The most senior family court judge in England and Wales is calling for urgent action to protect vulnerable people and children giving evidence in family co The i has spoken to women who were cross-examined by their abusive ex-partners in family courts. They say being interrogated by their alleged or convicted abusers emboldened them and perpetuated the cycle of abuse
"21.01.2017 15:02:19" inews.co.uk Deaths in house blazes rise 'because of budget cuts to fire services' Numbers of people killed in house fires have risen sharply in England and crews are taking longer to reach blazes, new figures have revealed. The increase The union says 9,668 firefighter jobs have been lost across the UK, including 8,209 in England, while spending on the English fire services was cut by 25 per cent between 2010 and 2015, with further cuts in the pipeline.
"21.01.2017 14:30:37" Timeline Photos The signs at the Women's March in London did not disappoint (Picture: Katie Grant)
"21.01.2017 14:00:02" inews.co.uk Believe you know it all? See how you rate in our fiendish iQuiz Fiendishly tough
"21.01.2017 13:31:02" inews.co.uk Almost half of NHS trusts declared a 'major alert' last week Nearly half of all NHS trusts in England declared a major alert last week as the relentless pressure on the health service continued. Sixty-eight trusts ou Overall, NHS hospitals issued 294 operational alerts over the week to January 13, saying they were experiencing huge strains. Some 27 trusts issued an alert on every single day.
"21.01.2017 13:00:01" inews.co.uk How disabled women are joining Women's Marches virtually Sonya Huber has organised the Disability March to ensure people with chronic illness, conditions or physical difficulties that prevent them from marching can also be visible during Saturday's marches in Washington, London and around the world.
"21.01.2017 12:30:02" inews.co.uk Pure perfection? Why clean beauty is the latest health obsession If we can absorb nicotine or birth-control hormones from a patch, we can surely absorb the chemicals that exist in so much of our skincare.
"21.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk The British companies giving staff unlimited paid holidays If unlimited holiday sounds too good to be true, then prepare for happy news. Could this idea catch on?
"21.01.2017 11:28:21" We are live with Sophie Walker of the Women's Equality Party at Women's March London
"21.01.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Photo from Obama's inauguration set as Trump's Twitter background A photo from Barack Obama's inauguration was uploaded to the @POTUS account as it was taken over by Donald Trump. Donald Trump's team uses photo from Obama's inauguration as Trump's Twitter background.
"21.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk We asked some of Britain's top chefs to reveal their guilty pleasures Professional chefs at Michelin starred restaurants may be passionate about good food. But they also enjoy an indulgent treat as much as the rest of us. Sometimes a bacon roll is all you need.
"21.01.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Manchester vegetarian guide: the best meat-free eating options Decided to go veggie for 2017? Meat-free doesn't mean flavour-free in Manchester.
"21.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk What to expect from Donald Trump's first few days in the White House What to expect from Donald Trump's first few days in the White House
"21.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Who would want to be a first lady? It was the tiniest movement – the slightest shift from side to side – but it was definitely a shake of the head. Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, were t Melania Trump will be unpaid, over-scrutinised, and known simply for being someone's wife – no wonder she's sulking
"21.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump is now President Donald Trump is now President of the United States of America. As he was sworn in as the 45th commander-in-chief, he told the American people that a "new v Incase you were under a rock for the past 13 hours...
Donald Trump is now President of the United States
"21.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Martin McGuiness: from IRA leader to peacemaker In December 2007, Martin McGuinness used a visit to the White House to make an observation on the scale of the political change that had come about The unlikely journey of Martin McGuinness from IRA leader to the plotter of peace in Northern Ireland
"21.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Ben Chaplin: We had a giggle filming raunchy scenes for Apple Tree Yard - The i newspaper online iNews Ben Chaplin is a commitment-phobe. It's the nature of the job, he tells me when we catch up ahead of his latest role in BBC1's four-part adaptation of Loui How do you tackle filming those awkward sex scenes?
Have a giggle, says Ben Chaplin
"21.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Frontier on Netflix: first-look review ★★★★ Game Of Thrones levels of violence and intrigue. Gloriously gory epic - and ideal binge-viewing this weekend.
"21.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk David Haye must do his business in the ring before the boardroom In his tailored blue suit and white, open-necked shirt David Haye looked the part as he outlined his hopes for the new promotional partnership between his David Haye must do his business in the ring before the boardroom
"21.01.2017 00:05:01" inews.co.uk Case: acclaimed Icelandic crime thriller starts next week The latest must-see nordic noir. Penned by the writer of Trapped, which was widely praised throughout its BBC Four run last year, this also takes place in the beautiful yet bleak surroundings of Iceland.
"20.01.2017 23:40:01" inews.co.uk Lion review: has Oscar bait written all over it Tells a heart-warming tale, features a high-profile star in an attention-grabbing supporting role, and shares both its setting and lead with a previous winner. "If this was a two minute commercial, you'd be bawling your eyes out. But stretched to two hours, you find yourself looking at your watch."
"20.01.2017 23:20:31" inews.co.uk Trump's inaugural address hardly made the heart soar Not all great orators make great leaders. Donald Trump would probably say that his predecessor was a case in point. History might come to view Barack Obama Donald Trump's inaugural address?
It hardly made the heart soar.
"20.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Netflix comedy Love is coming back One of the most underrated series of 2016 will be unleashing its second season soon. Here's everything you need to know about Judd Apatow's sublime relationship saga - and its return.
"20.01.2017 22:40:00" inews.co.uk Homeland: a spoiler-free look at what to expect in season 6 Ahead of the return of Homeland to our screens, it's time to reflect on where we left Carrie, Quinn and Saul. Homeland returns on Sunday night. Here's a refresher.
"20.01.2017 22:20:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump's inaugural speech in full Donald Trump is now officially the President of the United States after being sworn into office on the West Front of the US Capitol. In his inaugural addre The whole thing.
"20.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Photo from Obama's inauguration set as Trump's Twitter background A photo from Barack Obama's inauguration was uploaded to the @POTUS account as it was taken over by Donald Trump. Whoops.
"20.01.2017 21:40:00" inews.co.uk How Morrissey saved my life I'm not unaware that Morrissey can be a divisive figure in the United Kingdom. I just want that on record. I'm not an ignorant American waltzing into Londo Chris Gethard: How Morrissey saved my life
"20.01.2017 21:27:01" inews.co.uk Pure perfection? Why clean beauty is the latest health obsession It was bound to happen – just as the “clean eating” star begins to wane, another trend is ready to take its place. Clean beauty is the buzzphrase on every Pure perfection? Why clean beauty is the latest health obsession
"20.01.2017 20:40:00" BBC mix up subtitles for Trump inauguration BBC mixed up the subtitles for Trump's inauguration.
A British woman filmed it and her tweet has gone viral.
Apparently the subtitles belong to CBBC's 'The Dumping Ground'.
"20.01.2017 20:20:00" inews.co.uk How disabled women are joining Women's Marches virtually More than one million women across the world will take to the streets to march for women's rights on Saturday. Now women who are unable to physically march How disabled women are joining Women's Marches virtually around the world
"20.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Urban Myths review: Eddie Marsan had a blast as Bob Dylan Charming and gently funny, as the music superstar turns up at the wrong house. "New comedy series Urban Myths has been dogged by controversy.
"So it is somewhat ironic that last night's opening episode should have proven so decidedly inoffensive."
"20.01.2017 19:40:00" inews.co.uk Retailers had a 'terrible' December but butcher sales soar - The i newspaper online iNews Butchers were singled out among independent shops that enjoyed a surge in sales. Retailers had a 'terrible' December but butcher sales soar
"20.01.2017 19:20:00" inews.co.uk Trump told America what it wanted to hear My posting to America started in November 2015 and the last task I completed before jetting across the Atlantic was a global survey of attitudes to economi Trump told America what it wanted to hear: that America was broken and needed fixing.
"20.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Who would want to be a first lady? It was the tiniest movement – the slightest shift from side to side – but it was definitely a shake of the head. Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, were t Melania Trump will be unpaid, over-scrutinised, and known simply for being someone's wife – no wonder she's sulking
"20.01.2017 18:40:00" inews.co.uk TV shows you won't want to miss in 2017 This was a bumper year for the small screen. The 10 best TV dramas of 2016 Stranger Things and Westworld became instant classics, while the likes of Game o TV shows you won't want to miss in 2017
"20.01.2017 18:20:01" inews.co.uk Sir James Mumby calls for urgent action to protect women and children in family courts - The i newspaper online iNews The most senior family court judge in England and Wales is calling for urgent action to protect vulnerable people and children giving evidence in family co Calls for urgent action to protect women and children in family courts
"20.01.2017 17:58:43" inews.co.uk Americans in London on President's Trump's inauguration Americans in London are as divided by Trump's presidency as the thousands who have gathered in Washington. 'I've just been been avoiding the whole whole thing'
We spoke to some Americans in London about Trump's inauguration
"20.01.2017 17:10:36" inews.co.uk How disabled women are joining Women's Marches virtually More than one million women across the world will take to the streets to march for women's rights on Saturday. Now women who are unable to physically march Inspirational and inclusive.
"20.01.2017 16:00:01" inews.co.uk Chinese tourists turn their backs on Oxfordshire village of Kidlington Residents of a sleepy Oxfordshire village were left baffled last summer when coach loads of Chinese tourists began to descend on their small community - bu Chinese tourists once flocked to Oxfordshire village Kidlington to have their photos taken outside the houses and gardens, which they said gave a "true sense" of Britain.
But tourists can be a fickle bunch - and Kidlington appears to have fallen out of
"20.01.2017 16:00:00" Farage excited for Trump inauguration Nigel Farage: When America changes, Britain follows.
"20.01.2017 15:24:28" inews.co.uk What to expect from Melania Trump in her role as First Lady Melania Trump is poised to take over from Michelle Obama as America's 45th First Lady. Yet it's becoming increasingly clear that this is a role she will fi Did you see the clip of her hesitantly coming to the lectern last night? Melania is likely to approach being First Lady in her own way.
"20.01.2017 14:52:13" Our comment editor Barbara Speed and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown are here to discuss the controversial portrayal of Michael Jackson in a new TV show, and whether totally colourblind casting can work.
"20.01.2017 14:42:39" Presidents that nailed the inauguration speech Only four presidents in American history have nailed the inauguration speech:
Kennedy, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Jefferson.
"20.01.2017 14:23:52" Gay MP feared for his job MP Iain Stewart, feared he'd be barred from politics for being gay
"20.01.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk What's on a successful President Trump's to do list As Donald Trump steps into the White House, division between his friends and foes is as deep as ever. The former have no doubt he will Make America Great A A couple of things to start with:
Demeanour – be cooler
Twitter – be less aggressive, more positive, surprise people
"20.01.2017 13:15:26" inews.co.uk 'We could shoot Donald Trump': David Attenborough's shock solution How do you solve a problem like Donald Trump? “We could shoot him,” Sir David Attenborough has suggested in an interview revealing a steely political edge One of our most-read stories on Donald Trump.
"20.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk T2 Trainspotting: a surprisingly moving sequel It's a relief to discover that Danny Boyle's T2 Trainspotting gets the tone exactly right, making the nostalgia an integral part of the sequel Choose self-aware nostalgia. Our T2 Trainspotting review is in.
"20.01.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Bridget Trump's Diary Martin Luther King Weekend. 9pm Sunday: NYC, my golden tower Nothing from Vlad all weekend. Am hideous monster who will die fat and alone. Had been seduced From the diary of Bridget Trump, as imagined by comedian Tiff Stevenson:
Exhausted, up all night tweeting the wrong Ivanka. A horrid woman from Brighton (of all places!!) replied to tell me that I should concentrate on climate change. HOW
"20.01.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk A third of Britons would blame a woman for her rape if she was drunk Over one third of UK adults believe that if a woman goes out late at night, wears a short skirt or gets drunk, she is at least partially to blame if she is 36% of the British public believe survivors of sexual assault or rape can be partially or fully to blame for being attacked
"20.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Thanks to Melania Trump, society's notion of a First Lady may be about to shift When Barack Obama bid farewell to the nation in a tearful speech last week, he took a moment to thank Michelle Obama. “Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, girl of the South Side,” he said. “You took on a role you didn't ask for. And you made it your own with 'Of we course we don't need a first lady, but we've come to expect it. We don't need someone to show up and be a mother figure for the nation standing next to the elected President.'
"20.01.2017 09:18:10" inews.co.uk Hospital evicts man for 'unnecessarily' blocking bed for two years A man has been evicted from his hospital bed by court order after he "unnecessarily" refused to leave the ward for more than two years. The man, who cannot A man has been evicted from hospital by court order for refusing to leave his bed for 2 years. A patient on the same ward said he was using the hospital 'like a hotel'
"20.01.2017 08:39:17" inews.co.uk Tesco introduces 'relaxed' checkout to help people with dementia Tesco has introduced a “relaxed” checkout scheme at one of its Scottish stores to give customers who need extra time at the till a chance to shop at their A lovely idea.
"20.01.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk A third of Britons would blame a woman for her rape if she was drunk Over one third of UK adults believe that if a woman goes out late at night, wears a short skirt or gets drunk, she is at least partially to blame if she is “I can think of no other crime where we are so ready to blame the victim, but here women are being held responsible for the behaviour of their attacker."
"20.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May planning for court defeat over Brexit Theresa May has drawn up emergency plans to cope with the fallout from her expected defeat next week in the Government's legal battle over Brexit. Tuesday Emergency plans have been drawn up.
"20.01.2017 06:00:01" inews.co.uk Social care crisis bites in Jeremy Hunt's political backyard Senior ministers faced embarrassment after a Tory local authority announced plans to increase council tax by an average of £200 to tackle its social care f Norman Lamb, the former Liberal Democrat health spokesman, said: “The social care crisis has reached the Health Secretary's own backyard. The onus is now on him to tell the Prime Minister that enough is enough.”
"20.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk The best political dramas to binge-watch in 2017 If an escape from the real world is what you're craving, here are five political dramas to binge-watch, from House of Cards to Billions. If you've had enough of the real world in 2017...
"20.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk The Trump era dawns amid fear, anger and worry Even now, the world is having to pinch itself. Donald Trump, mogul, TV reality star, bankrupt and sexual harasser is President of the United States. Americ Americans' sense of revulsion at their political establishment has handed the most powerful job on earth to a man who says his business acumen can make the US great again.
"20.01.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk After reading 'Entanglement', you'll never see hair the same way again Entanglement: The Secret Lives of Hair Emma Tarlo (Oneworld, £16.99) A note on the inside cover of Emma Tarlo's “secret lives of hair” reads: “We all have Think you know hair? You'll never see it in the same way again.
"20.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Ignore the studies, the secrets to long life are simpler than you think How's January going for you? Having survived Blue Monday, have you fallen prey to any of the three Ds – Dry, Diet and Divorce – that this month customarily Simon Kelner: "I'm relying on a diet this year to help me find my new me, and in this respect I am grateful to that esteemed journal, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, for their helpful words. It may have passed you by: it's been a busy old
"19.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk The curious case of the Chinese play with the all-white cast This week, In the Depths of Dead Love opened at The Print Room in London. The play, by Howard Barker, is set in Ancient China and tells the tale of a poet, The theatre's explanation: "It is, in fact a very 'English' play and is derived from thoroughly English mores and simply references the mythic and the ancient. It has therefore been cast accordingly.”
Alice Jones writes: "Ah, I see, English roles for
"19.01.2017 22:30:01" Timeline Photos Incoming US President Donald Trump appears to have named Woody Johnson, the billionaire owner of the New York Jets, as ambassador to the UK.
At a luncheon in Washington, Mr Trump introduced someone as "sitting next to the ambassador Woody Johnson, going
"19.01.2017 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Martha Wainwright on her rollercoaster life and career A few weeks ago Martha Wainwright was going through some old pictures of herself in the first flush of her career. “I thought looking at them would be a jo “Am I going to win a Grammy? Probably not. Am I going to sell millions of records? Probably not. But I can keep going. I'm making a living.”
"19.01.2017 21:14:29" Timeline Photos Deep breath. Friday's front page of i
"19.01.2017 21:00:02" inews.co.uk Samuel L Jackson: 'Now we know America didn't grow so much' As he appears in a pair of blockbusters, the actor talks about almost losing himself to drugs, playing his part in the fight for civil rights, and what the Samuel L Jackson on Donald Trump: “People like me are feeling the way all the people who hated Barack Obama felt.”
"19.01.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Apple Tree Yard: what you need to know about new BBC thriller Billed as a provocative thriller, the BBC's Apple Tree Yard follows the spiralling downfall of Yvonne Carmichael, a high-flying geneticist. The new four-part drama is an adaptation of Louise Doughty's best-selling novel
"19.01.2017 19:30:01" inews.co.uk Tory MP suggests poor households 'could learn from wartime generation' about eating healthy food on a tight budget Poor households could learn from the wartime generation about how to eat healthy food on a tight budget, a Conservative MP told the Commons yesterday/on Th It seems that politicians can't stop mentioning the war.
This was the second time in 24 hours a Tory MP had invoked wartime memories after Boris Johnson compared French President François Hollande to a WW2 prison guard dealing out “punishment beatings”
"19.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Split review: M Night Shyamalan makes a welcome return to form ★★★★ This is a great thriller. The Sixth Sense director is back with his best film in a long time - and a gift of a role for James McAvoy.
"19.01.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Good Omens: the Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman TV show is coming next year Good Omens, a six-part TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's comic apocalypse novel is coming to Amazon Prime in 2018. Here's everything you n "Almost thirty years ago, Terry Pratchett and I wrote the funniest novel we could about the end of the world, populated with angels and demons, not to mention an eleven-year old Antichrist, witchfinders and the four horsepeople of the Apocalypse.
"19.01.2017 18:00:00" Presidents that nailed the inauguration speech Only four presidents in American history have nailed the inauguration speech.
"19.01.2017 17:15:03" Timeline Photos For today's #throwbackthursday we're going way back. Did you know tomorrow is the anniversary of the first ever meeting of Parliament in England?
On January 20th 1265, a representative Parliament that contained not just nobility, senior Church officials
"19.01.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Why free ATMs could start charging for withdrawals Thousands of Link cash machines could start charging for cash withdrawals because of a row among members of the ATM network over fees. Thousands of Link cash machines could start charging for cash withdrawals because of a row among banks
"19.01.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Edinburgh locations to look out for in T2 Trainspotting With the highly anticipated T2 Trainspotting's premiere looming, it's time to get reacquainted with Irvine Welsh's Edinburgh. The sequel to the 1996 cult h If you can't wait for T2 Trainspotting, you're in luck: you can see the sights before you even see the film
"19.01.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Woman's new identity 'revealed to her abuser by DWP' says MP The Government must make sure welfare checks don't give abusive former partners access to their victims' contact information, according to an SNP MP. Hanna MP Hannah Bardell is pushing for the DWP to review its processes after a constituent said the department gave her details to an abusive ex partner
"19.01.2017 14:17:00" inews.co.uk Richard Branson calls for police intervention to combat fake news Richard Branson has hit out at fake news stories and scams circulating the internet using his image, calling for police intervention in tackling major oper Reports of Richard Branson's death have been greatly exaggerated, and he's here to set the record straight
"19.01.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Care homes discriminate against elderly people with HIV An increasing number of older people living with HIV are facing such prejudice and discrimination at the hands of medics and carers that they say “it's lik Care homes are refusing to accept residents with HIV on the grounds of “infection control”, or discouraging contact with other residents
"19.01.2017 12:45:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump has been good for economy, says Japanese bank chief The governor of the Bank of Japan has said Donald Trump's economic policy is "good", pointing out that the market has already reacted "very positively" to Donald J. Trump's economic policy is “good”, said the Bank of Japan's governor, pointing out that the market has already reacted “very positively” to the President-Elect.
"19.01.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk What these bosses learned by giving staff unlimited holidays If unlimited holiday sounds too good to be true, then prepare for happy news. An increasing number of UK firms are implementing the policy “If holidays aren't a finite asset, you're more likely to use them over the course of the year and have much more space to breathe. In that sense, workers can be much better at their job.”
"19.01.2017 11:15:00" Orangutan joins BBC breakfast sofa BBC breakfast had an orangutan on their sofa this morning.
"19.01.2017 10:27:16" inews.co.uk What the world thought of Theresa May's 'global Brexit' plan Theresa May's 12-point plan for Brexit, unveiled yesterday, was hailed as "95 per cent positive" by her Brexit minister David Davis, and Germany's foreign Here's what the world thought of Theresa May's Brexit plan
"19.01.2017 07:30:23" inews.co.uk Ambulance unit closed after 1,400% rent rise An ambulance centre is being closed and forced to relocate because its rent is being hiked 1,400 per cent by a company owned by the Department of Health. I An ambulance centre is being closed and forced to relocate because its rent is being hiked 1,400 per cent by a company owned by the Department of Health.
There was a “dispute” over its rental charges for Rossendale Primary Health Care Centre in
"19.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Sitting down for long periods can wipe years off your life Sitting down for long periods on a regular basis without much physical activity in between can wipe years off your life, a new study suggests. Researchers Elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with little exercise are biologically eight years older than women with a less sedentary lifestyle, according to researchers
"19.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk How Boris Johnson sparked another diplomatic row Boris Johnson provoked anger after he compared French President Francois Hollande to a Second World War guard administering “punishment beatings” to his ca Ed Miliband, the former Labour leader, said Mr Johnson was “supremely clever and yet immensely stupid”
"19.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Three quarters of primate species are in decline Six out of ten primate species are threatened with extinction as the tropical forests they live in shrink at an alarming rate and hunting and poaching take Six out of ten primate species are threatened with extinction as the tropical forests they live in shrink at an alarming rate and hunting and poaching take their toll, a new study finds
"19.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk How to bring up your child bilingual I always wanted my son to be bilingual. My partner and I are both Polish, and we live in England. The question facing us, like so many other parents in the 'I played a role of a parent who at times spoke in Polish, and at other times in English, depending on what day and time it was. It was my only way to ensure that my son received enough exposure to both languages to be well prepared well for school.'
"19.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk As the world gets hotter, we need to worry about hidden heat deaths It's official: 2016 was the hottest year on record, according to the World Meteorological Organisation, Nasa, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administ 'Climate change is happening, and we need to adapt.
'It may sound odd to be talking about heatwaves in January, but we need to plan ahead in all kinds of ways.'
"18.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk The children's author whose princesses rode motorbikes Babette Cole, who wrote and illustrated more than 150 children's picture books, has died aged 66. She was best known for her Princess Smartypants series, i RIP Babette Cole.
'Her generous, playful anarchic spirit will always be treasured by all those who knew her,' said actor friend Jim Broadbent.
"18.01.2017 22:35:41" inews.co.uk Midsomer Murders: It's no Sherlock but at least you stand a good chance of keeping up It doesn't get more Midsomer Murders than a serial killer on the prowl at the annual village pet show. Or, perhaps, it does: the murder weapon on this occa It doesn't get more Midsomer Murders than a serial killer on the prowl at the annual village pet show
"18.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk In-depth: Washington prepares for Trump's inauguration What can we expect on inauguration day in a fearful Washington? At least nobody will die from the cold like one former President Standing before the Capitol building in Washington DC to give his address at around noon local time on Friday, even Mr Trump will follow the traditions of inaugurations dating back to 1789 and deliver a message to help heal the American nation – if his
"18.01.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk How African video games are taking on the world Madiba Olivier - founder of Cameroon's first games studio - has an amazing story to tell. One continent where gaming has struggled to find its feet is Africa.
But things are slowly changing.
"18.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk How to win a tech court case, by Bill Gates, Google and Apple With Mark Zuckerberg appearance in court as part of an ongoing legal case against Oculus, he would be wise to learn a few things about staying cool under pressure from past giants of technology standing up in court
"18.01.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk The rich and powerful at Davos are pretending 2016 didn't happen Here, in an unexceptional town in the Swiss Alps, they are partying like it's 2015. Whether you're at Martin Sorrell's soirée, or at the Wall Street Journa Brexit and the election of Donald Trump have made mincemeat of the established elite, and the power to make the decisions that matter has been transferred, in a bloodless coup, from Davos Man to the ordinary Joe
"18.01.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk The 10 best overhead kicks of all time There's nothing quite like an overhead kick: the results are nearly always spectacular. Here's our list of the finest examples. Do you agree with the top 10? Which other goals have been cruelly ignored?
"18.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Don't mention the war!' Brexiteer Gisela Stuart warns Boris Johnson David Davis and Boris Johnson both mention the war in one morning Prominent Leave campaigner Gisela Stuart has warned Boris Johnson and all other senior Br Boris Johnson mentioned it once, and he think he got away with it
"18.01.2017 18:40:01" inews.co.uk Seinfeld fans rejoice: 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' is coming to Netflix A new season of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will debut on the service in late 2017 Time to get excited, Jerry Seinfeld fans
"18.01.2017 18:11:55" 'Just don't mention the war': Labour MP's Basil Fawlty moment A German-born Labour MP had her own Basil Fawlty moment when she suggested senior politicians 'just don't mention the war'.
Her comments came after Boris Johnson implied the French president was punishing Britain 'in the manner of a world war two movie'.
"18.01.2017 15:45:01" inews.co.uk David Davis: We coped with World War Two, we can cope with Brexit - The i newspaper online iNews "If Mr Hollande wants to administer punishment beatings to anybody who seeks to escape , in the manner of some world war two movie, I don't think that is t “Our civil service can cope with World War Two, they can easily cope with [Brexit].”
"18.01.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Victoria Wood was a genius of physical comedy Lucy Porter pays tribute to the genius of Victoria Wood, ahead of a special event celebrating the late comedian's work Of all the comedy sketches I remember watching as a child, there was one that made the biggest impression. One where Victoria Wood Victoria Wood wasn't just a great writer and performer. She was one of the best for physical comedy.
"18.01.2017 15:00:01" inews.co.uk 10 dazzling debut novels to discover in 2017 There is a unique pleasure in discovering the talent of a new novelist at the beginning of their career. Here are 10 debuts destined to create a buzz. Discover some of the best new novelists at the very start of their career
"18.01.2017 14:15:01" inews.co.uk BBC misrepresented Corbyn over inaccurate 'shoot to kill' story A BBC News report which said Jeremy Corbyn opposed the Government's “shoot to kill” policy after the Paris terror attacks breached accuracy and impartiality rules because the Labour leader was not directly asked the question. The BBC Trust criticised the A BBC News report which said Jeremy Corbyn opposed the Government's “shoot to kill” policy breached accuracy and impartiality rules because the Labour leader was not directly asked the question
"18.01.2017 13:31:42" Juncker to push for 'good results' from Brexit The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, says he will do all he can to 'bring good results' from Brexit
"18.01.2017 13:13:16" inews.co.uk Why your social media feed may be suddenly full of feet You may have noticed your Twitter and Facebook feed is suddenly dominated by pictures of feet – or rather the footwear adorning them. “What Donald Trump has done is enliven people to the threat that exists…” Sophie Walker, Women's Equality Party These What the UK women's march is all about.
"18.01.2017 12:08:38" Russell Brand is launching a new employment service for people recovering from addiction and former prisoners. The service is run by prison charity RAPt which Brand is a patron of. We're live with him as he announces the scheme at a cafe Brand donated to
"18.01.2017 09:38:05" Vowed to actually eat breakfast in 2017? Always feeling hungry by 11am? We are at the world's first ever nut butter bar to talk to Pip&Nut founder about how to revolutionise your morning meal. Questions and suggestions? Pop them in the comments below.
"18.01.2017 07:40:01" inews.co.uk We'll stick to unbiased coverage as Brexit approaches The game's afoot. This was the most important speech of Theresa May's political career. The Prime Minister succeeded in reassuring currency markets, delivering a fairly hard Brexit message without sending traders into a tizz. No small feat, but her Last year, before the referendum, we promised you impartial, quality coverage of this epochal moment in Britain's history.
We were the only UK title to provide unbiased reporting during the Brexit campaign according to separate analyses by the Reuters
"18.01.2017 07:03:27" inews.co.uk How your wearable can warn you of forthcoming illness Sensors in your wearable can pick up on the vital signs your body gives off when you begin to fall ill, a study has found. Activity monitoring, heart rate, temperature and other kind of sensors commonly found in wearable devices are capable of monitoring Sensors in your wearable can pick up on the vital signs your body gives off when you begin to fall ill
"18.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk BBC's Revolting is meant to offend - satire should push boundaries As Donald Trump increasingly resembles a Saturday Night Live skit, you have to wonder where satire can go from here. At least the new BBC sketch series Revolting – from the team behind BBC3's The Revolution will be Televised – is an encouraging sign that Last night, the series boldly went where no other satirical show has gone before with “Don't Tell the Bride, No Seriously”, a sketch that mocked arranged marriages in Pakistani families.
"18.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Thomas Cook to fly 1,000 UK tourists from Gambia amid election unrest Thomas Cook has announced it will fly 1,000 holidaymakers back to the UK from Gambia after a state of emergency was declared in the west African country. The travel company will lay on additional flights over the next 48 hours after the Foreign Office A state of emergency has been declared in the country after disputed elections.
"18.01.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk More than half of drug trials 'tainted by financial conflicts of interest' More than half the number of trials that study the effectiveness of of drugs could be tainted by financial conflicts of interest, a study published by the BMJ reveals. Researchers investigated the association between financial ties of principal Financial ties were closely linked to positive outcomes for prospective drugs.
"18.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Squirrels aren't just winning the cyber war, they're crushing it' He's looking bright eyed and bushy tailed Don't be fooled by his innocent exterior. Hacking has become a major security concern for political figures, celebrities and the general public in recent times. But the biggest threat to global infrastructure is Power cuts have also been caused by 434 birds, 83 snakes and 72 raccoons
"18.01.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk The silliest blockbusters on Amazon Prime National Popcorn Day is upon us this week. A perfect chance to enjoy the cinema-goers' favoured snack, while taking in a mindless movie. Giant robots, Vin Diesel hunting witches, and a Fast And Furious rip-off.
"18.01.2017 00:40:53" inews.co.uk Airbus's flying, pilot-less car prototype will be tested by end of 2017 Self-piloted flying cars that could transport passengers high above cities are on the horizon. The cars won't be as retro as the vehicle from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, but your modern day Truly Scrumptious will be able to get from A to B without Flying cars could be here sooner than you think.
"17.01.2017 23:04:23" inews.co.uk Wikileaks offered Assange extradition for Manning's freedom Interest is mounting in the future of Julian Assange as the Wikileaks founder enters his fifth year in London's Ecuadorian embassy. After the news that US President Barack Obama had commuted whistleblower Chelsea Manning's 35-year sentence, observers “If Obama grants Manning clemency Assange will agree to US extradition despite clear unconstitutionality of DoJ case," the pledge last week read.
"17.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: Can you identify these football clubs by their old badges? Team badges frequently undergo a nip and tuck, with Juventus being the most recent example. Can you identify these football badges from years gone by? This is a tough quiz
"17.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk The rise and fall of Vine, as short as its loops Vine's demise is proof that simply having users – it had 200 million this time last year – is not enough if you can't make it pay. It could be a cautionary tale for other platforms that have focused on growth first and money second, and a turning point in Today, at last, is the end of Vine.
"17.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Slender Man: how a modern urban legend came to haunt a generation With his eerie blank face, tentacle-like arms and stark black suit, internet urban legend Slender Man has become a modern cultural phenomenon. "This faceless white man in a suit watching you on the internet might show our fear about the internet itself.
"Specifically being spied on by large organisations or corporations."
"17.01.2017 21:48:56" inews.co.uk Chelsea Manning to be freed as Barack Obama commutes sentence Chelsea Manning, the US army soldier who leaked military and state secrets in 2010, is to be freed in five months in an act of clemency by outgoing President Barack Obama. Under the terms of the commutation announced by the White House, the Wikileaks Barack Obama has commuted the sentence in one of his last acts before Donald Trump takes over as President.
The whistleblower will be freed on 17 May, rather than in 2045.
"17.01.2017 21:23:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May's Brexit plan, translated into plain English Theresa May's speech was the most anticipated of her six months in Downing Street and her team agonised over its precise wording. Every phrase carried a clear message. Embracing the world May said: “[The public] voted to leave the European Union and May said:
“Those who urge us to reveal more – such as the blow-by-blow details of our negotiating strategy, the areas in which we might compromise, the places where we think there are potential trade-offs – will not be acting in the national interest.”
"17.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk The silliest blockbusters on Netflix UK A perfect chance to enjoy the cinema-goers' favoured snack, while taking in a mindless movie. Preposterous spectacle galore - just in time for National Popcorn Day.
"17.01.2017 20:28:01" inews.co.uk Yorkshire signs reignite battle for the borders of God's Own Country Plans to erect signs marking the historic border of the North Riding of Yorkshire have reignited calls for areas within the boundary be reunited with God's Own Country. Councillors in Stockton-on-Tees are proposing to put the signs on four bridges The people were ignored in 2014, when 89 per cent of people in the town of Yarm voted to leave Stockton-on-Tees and rejoin their historic home in North Yorkshire.
Now, a new set of signs dreamt up by council bods in Stockton has reignited the hyperlocal
"17.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Sherlock season four, episode 3: reviewed by a private detective Rebecca Jane, founder of The Lady Detective Agency, gives her verdict on the season finale of the mystery drama. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would be shaking his head at the over-indulgent and hyped-up nonsense that his iconic sleuth has become."
"17.01.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk 14 top chefs reveal their guilty pleasures Professional chefs at Michelin starred restaurants may be passionate about good food. But they also enjoy an indulgent treat as much as the rest of us. Warning: this will make you hungry
"17.01.2017 19:01:22" inews.co.uk Nick Clegg: The lack of funding for mental health research is unfair and wrong Many complex problems in life have been solved through rigorous testing and research until a solution is found. The search to cure simple infections, for example, started in the 19th Century and continued until Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin in "Just because an illness is not obvious to the human eye, does not mean it should be overlooked"
"17.01.2017 18:38:45" inews.co.uk We don't need an emoji for everything Another week, another clutch of “emoji” news stories. First, Manchester United footballer Paul Pogba launched his own “Twitter” emoji, projecting it around the pitch during Sunday's match against Liverpool (no pressure, Paul). And now, a woman sufering Representation is incredibly important, but a ludicrously limited range of pictures is perhaps not the arena to address it.
"17.01.2017 18:15:00" inews.co.uk Duke of Cambridge urges end to 'keep quiet and carry on' culture over mental health The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by Prince Harry on Tuesday as the royal trio urged the nation to speak out against the “keep quiet and carry on” culture surrounding mental health. Launching the next phase of Heads Together, an umbrella group “Talking to someone else is a positive and confident step to take – but for too long it has been a case of 'keep quiet and carry on'.”
"17.01.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk What happened when companies banned work emails out of hours For thousands of UK employees, compulsively checking and sending work emails outside office hours has become the norm. But some companies have banned this. Might be worth sharing this with your boss
"17.01.2017 16:45:03" inews.co.uk BBC must not cook up Bake Off 'copy' show says new Chairman Clementi Sir David Clementi, the Government's choice to Chair the BBC, has said he would be “disappointed” to see the broadcaster try to copy The Great British Bake Off after losing the popular cookery show to Channel 4. The new chairman of the corporation's “It would need to be a different format. To put an absolutely similar programme on would be very disappointing.”
"17.01.2017 16:25:00" Brexit deal to be put to both houses of parliament Brexit secretary David Davis confirms that final Brexit deal will be voted on by both Commons and Lords
"17.01.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May's 12-point plan for Brexit Theresa May set out her 12 priorities in negotiations with EU leaders as, for the first time, she gave details of her vision of what Brexit will look like. They are: Providing “certainty whenever we can” Theresa May announced that the Commons and Lords And on the 12th point of Brexit, Mrs May gave to me... phasing it in
"17.01.2017 15:25:15" inews.co.uk Melania Trump may be about to change the 'antiquated' First Lady role When Barack Obama bid farewell to the nation in a tearful speech last week, he took a moment to thank Michelle Obama. “Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, girl of the South Side,” he said. “You took on a role you didn't ask for. And you made it your own with Melania Trump, who won't even move into the White House immediately with her husband, seems determined to be First Lady in her own way.
"17.01.2017 14:29:26" Theresa May announced the twelve objectives of Brexit today, saying we are an internationalist country and that we cannot remain part of the single market. Our politics editor Nigel Morris is here to answer your questions about what exactly what was said
"17.01.2017 13:34:00" Brainy chimps shock researchers with water drinking trick Brainy chimps have amazed researchers with a drinking trick never seen on camera before.
"17.01.2017 13:00:01" inews.co.uk Gmail users are being targeted by hackers through phishing technique Gmail users are becoming victims to hackers who steal their login credentials, according to a security expert. The hackers have been sophisticated in devising their phishing technique, and any Gmail user could be targeted. How does it work? The hacker The hacker will first send you an email, which includes an attachment. When you click on the attachment, a new tab opens to what looks like a Gmail login page. If you enter your email and password, hackers will have the chance to steal your credentials
"17.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Talented poor 'miss out on top jobs' Thousands of talented young people from disadvantaged backgrounds face missing out on top careers unless employers start taking account of where they grew up, MPs and peers have warned. A report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) has also Thousands of talented young people from disadvantaged backgrounds face missing out on top careers unless employers start taking account of where they grew up, MPs and peers have warned
"17.01.2017 11:20:13" Timeline Photos Barack Obama donated Sasha and Malia's swings and playset from the White House to a family shelter in Washington DC.
Obama pushed children on the swings at the Jobs Have Priority Naylor Road Family Shelter during a Marin Luther King Jr. Day service
"17.01.2017 08:50:34" inews.co.uk Call The Midwife FGM storyline will not impose 'white' values The BBC drama series Call the Midwife will tackle female genital mutilation (FGM) in a storyline which will not impose “white” values on a practice widely considered barbaric. Heidi Thomas, the series writer and creator, said the midwives would encounter "In 1961, young unmarried midwives might not perhaps be as militant about the importance of the clitoris as we might be today.”
"17.01.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk British scientists to flee Antarctica to escape giant crack A huge crack has appeared on the Antarctic Brunt Ice Shelf, forcing the British Antarctic Survey to take the highly unusual decision to evacuate all staff from its Halley Research Station for safety reasons. Staff living at the Halley base are not in any It's called the Halloween Crack and it's growing at an alarming rate.
"17.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Forget Blue Monday - embrace Tangerine Tuesday Once upon a time an enterprising chap made up a formula in a bid to sell more holidays to sun-deprived Brits. Dr Cliff Arnall, formerly of Cardiff University, probably thought it unlikely that “Blue Monday”, a phrase previously best known as a depressing These first few weeks in January have pretty much everything going for them. They are a chance for a new start, however faltering.
We have an entire year of summers, holidays, highs and lows, friends and family to look forward to.
"17.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Ikea UK sent zero waste to landfill last year Ikea sent zero waste to landfill in the UK last year, for the first time in the furniture retailer's 32-year history. Ikea said used cardboard, for example, is going into one of its most popular products – the Billy bookcase.
"17.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Stolen laptops and sabotage as tech gets treacherous The world of good business has always been driven by rivalry, and this is more apparent in the technology industry than perhaps any other. From the early days of Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison's feuds over electrical engineering, to the legendary Tensions (allegedly) boil over from time to time.
In 2014, four LG executives were reportedly caught vandalising washing machines belonging to arch rival and fellow South Korean company Samsung during Berlin-based showcase IFA.
LG categorically denied
"17.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Man shot outside Glasgow primary school by hitman pushing a pram A man was shot in the back during a “targeted” attack outside a Glasgow primary school by a hitman who concealed his gun by pushing a pram, police said last night. Ross Monaghan, 35, had just dropped his child off at St George's Primary School in the The gunman had concealed his face with a scarf and had been pushing a “four-wheel collapsible-type buggy” just before opening fire.
"17.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk The science of decision making (and how to overcome indecision) Adults make an estimated 35,000 decisions a day. As if that didn't sound overwhelming enough, research has suggested that our decision making capability actually erodes with each choice we make. This is known as decision fatigue – part of a phenomenon A 3-step guide to decision making:
1. Become very clear on what your priorities are
2. Make a list of the various choices you have
3. Reflect on how each choice aligns with your priority. In most cases, the choice that aligns the best with your
"17.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk James Bond's sexual partners guilty of subjecting the spy to secondhand smoke James Bond stubbed out his final cigarette over a decade ago but the suave spy remains exposed to secondhand smoke thanks to his many sexual partners, analysis has found. The secret agent last took a puff in the 2002 installment of the Bond franchise, Die Bond himself gave up smoking in 2002 - but that doesn't stop his love interests.
"17.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Agriculture chemical poses threat to bees, study suggests A chemical widely used on almond, wine-grape and tree-fruit crops could be wiping out bees in large numbers, a new study suggests. The chemical, known as Sylgard 309, is used to boost the performance of pesticides and had been thought to be safe. But A breakthrough in the search for the reason bees are disappearing.
"17.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Tesla owner locked out of car after driving into no-signal area A Tesla driver managed to lock himself out of his car after he used his smartphone to start the vehicle and left the keys at home. Ryan Negri, an angel investor in the US, went for a drive in Red Rock Canyon at the weekend to take some pictures of the Ryan Negri, an angel investor in the US, went for a drive in Red Rock Canyon at the weekend to take some pictures of the newly fallen snow.
Unfortunately, as Tesla models require a network connection to unlock using a smartphone, Mr Negri and his wife
"17.01.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk Poet Jacob Polley named as winner of the TS Eliot Prize Poetic justice served? The writer Jacob Polley has won the UK's most lucrative poetry award, the TS Eliot Prize. Polley, from Carlisle, Cumbria, was handed the prestigious accolade for his new collection Jackself, which the judges called “a firework of a "The winning collection, Jacob Polley's Jackself, is a firework of a book; inventive, exciting and outstanding in its imaginative range and depth of feeling.”
"17.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Three injured as explosion rocks terraced street in Manchester Two people suffered serious injuries after an explosion destroyed two terraced houses on a suburban street. Fire crews, police and paramedics were called to Cecil Road in Manchester after the blast blew up the homes and scattered debris across the street Fire crews, police and paramedics were called to Cecil Road in Manchester after the blast blew up the homes and scattered debris across the street at 12.30pm today.
"16.01.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk What you need to know about the new car tax New tax rules will end up costing motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April. The DVLA's VED car tax is set for an overhaul that means cars that previously dodged a bill will now be liable. The environmental vehicle excise duty [VED] People who currently pay nothing will face a bill. People who currently pay something will pay more.
"16.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Why does a bit of snow plunge Britain into transport chaos? Barbara Turnbull, Associate Professor in Environmental Fluid Mechanics at the University of Nottingham, examines why Britain's transport network seems to struggle when the mercury drops. A couple of times a year, the UK is presented with the competing Why can't we be like other countries and just take it in our stride?
"16.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Exclusive: Kenny MacAskill backs calls for Scottish tourist tax A former SNP cabinet secretary has backed Labour's calls for a Scottish tourist tax, arguing that a “modest” extra charge on hotel rooms would help the nation's local councils cope with the continuing squeeze on their budgets. Kenny MacAskill, who served “The time has come"
"16.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Frontier: the bloody historic drama hitting Netflix this week Based around the cut-throat world of Canadian fur-trappers in the 18th century - and starring Khal Drogo himself. If you like Taboo, you'll probably love this.
"16.01.2017 21:40:00" Timeline Photos Adverts are appearing on vans and billboards across Scotland, all of them saying the same thing: the BBC is mis-reporting Scotland.
The vans will be touring Scotland for the next week, and billboards are on display in major cities for the next fortnight.
"16.01.2017 21:17:06" inews.co.uk Michael Gove's rehabilitation - with Donald Trump's help Like his friends David Cameron and George Osborne, Michael Gove has suffered an extraordinary fall from political grace since last summer. The difference was that he was on the winning side of the referendum battle. But his manoeuvring during the Tory Michael Gove is suddenly everywhere again.
"16.01.2017 20:50:31" inews.co.uk Bruce Springsteen tribute act drops out of Trump inauguration The Bruce Springsteen cover band booked to play Donald Trump's inauguration party in New Jersey has pulled out of the event, citing a fear of disrespecting Bruce Springsteen himself. The B-Street Band, a popular touring tribute to Springsteen and the “We felt that we had to make it known that we didn't want to seem disrespectful, in any way, shape or form, to Bruce and his music and his band"
"16.01.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk BBC to dramatise newspaper industry in prime-time drama Press BBC1 will set a new prime-time drama inside the fast-paced world of a British newspaper industry trying to move on from the hacking scandal and meet the challenge of the digital age. Press, written by Mike Bartlett, creator of the hit BBC series Doctor There had better be an attractive actor in charge of the Facebook account
"16.01.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Sherlock series 4: the most furiously outraged critics The fourth series of Sherlock came to an explosive finale last night. And for many, 'The Final Problem' was aptly titled. 'Immature claptrap'
'A touring regional theatrical adaptation of Jim Carrey's The Mask'
'It feels like it gave up being brainy a while ago.'
"16.01.2017 20:07:00" inews.co.uk The British MPs attending Donald Trump's inauguration Two Conservative MPs have confirmed that they will be attending the inauguration of Donald Trump in Washington DC on Friday. Robert Jenrick, who represents Newark in Nottinghamshire, will be attending as part of a trip that includes a meeting with Trump Alec Shelbrooke and Robert Jenrick, give us a wave
"16.01.2017 19:45:00" Photos from The i Paper's post Today is Martin Luther King Jr. day in America. In honour of the civil rights leader, we gathered together a few of our favourite quotes from him.
We'd love to hear some of your favourite quotations.
"16.01.2017 19:15:01" inews.co.uk Taboo episode 2 review: more madness and depravity Occasionally shocking, sometimes confusing but always riveting, Taboo's second episode saw the stakes rise and the plot thicken. "Tom Hardy has that Matthew McConaughey-esque knack for making even the most strange or pretentious of speeches seem utterly mesmerising.
"His performance remained formidable."
"16.01.2017 18:50:32" inews.co.uk Elections in Northern Ireland less than a month before Article 50 Northern Ireland faces elections on 2 March after the powersharing executive collapsed in the wake of Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness's resignation. The announcement means that one of the nations of the UK will go to the polls less than a month Martin McGuinness's resignation as Deputy First Minister - and Sinn Féin's refusal to nominate a successor - means Northern Ireland must go to the polls on 2 March to avoid a power vacuum as Article 50 is triggered.
"16.01.2017 18:30:00" Why Killer Whales go through menopause There are only three species on the entire planet with females that go on to live for years after they stop reproducing:
Killer whales, pilot whales and humans.
Scientists have recently discovered that the real reason older female killer whales go
"16.01.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Tasers in mental health wards to be monitored for first time The use of Tasers in mental health facilities is to be formally monitored for the first time, but campaigners say they should be banned to prevent vulnerable patients being killed. Tasers – an electrical weapon that pierces the skin to deliver an The use of Tasers in mental health facilities is to be formally monitored for the first time, but campaigners say they should be banned
"16.01.2017 17:15:01" Timeline Photos Worldwide Breast Cancer's 'know your lemons' campaign wants to help educate women about the signs of breast cancer.
The campaign, which has been around for a few years, has recently earned a lot more attention.
Using images of different shaped lemons,
"16.01.2017 16:30:00" Taboo Episode 3 Trailer Take a look at what Taboo FX's third episode has in store
"16.01.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Don't make these common mistakes when filing your tax return The 31 January deadline for filing your personal tax return online and making payment is fast approaching. If you didn't get to your tax return over the weekend, never fear. We've got some expert advice to help make the process easier.
"16.01.2017 15:00:01" inews.co.uk Bahrain executes three men despite torture claims Britain is facing demands to sever its multi-million pound security ties with Bahrain after the Gulf state executed three Shia Muslims who had claimed they were tortured into confessing to a bomb attack. The executions of the three men, aged 21 to 42, in Britain is facing demands to sever its multi-million pound security ties with Bahrain. The Gulf state executed three Shia Muslims who had claimed they were tortured into confessing to a bomb attack
"16.01.2017 14:15:01" Timeline Photos A statue of Cilla Black was unveiled outside The Cavern Club in Liverpool today.
The bronze statue was commissioned by the singer's sons and has been donated to the city in her memory.
Black passed away in August 2015. She was 72.
"16.01.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Five alternative observations from Gove's meeting with Trump President-elect Donald Trump has spoken to Michael Gove from his “glitzy golden man cave” in New York in his first UK interview. The former justice secretary was invited to witness the businessman's blonde hair – “blonder than any human you will have “His skin glows a sodium orange," and other tidbits we gleaned from Gove's Donald J. Trump interview that aren't to do with Brexit
"16.01.2017 13:10:00" MPs may have to evacuate Parliament MPs may have to evacuate Parliament.
This is due to the engineering being 'hideously out of date,' and needing multibillion-pound emergency repairs.
"16.01.2017 12:45:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Hunt makes £14.4m from sale of his education business Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, has made an estimated £14.4 million from the sale of an education company he co-founded. Hotcourses, a listings provider, has been sold to Australian outfit IDP Education for £30.1 million. Mr Hunt holds 48 per cent of The Health Secretary has made an estimated £14.4 million from the sale of an education company he co-founded
"16.01.2017 12:00:00" Trump on calling Brexit and UK trader When Michael Gove asked president-elect Donald Trump if the UK would be in the front of the queue for trade, Mr Trump's response was:
"I think you are doing great. I think it's going great."
"16.01.2017 11:15:01" inews.co.uk 'Patron saint of overlooked women' to get memorial she deserves A campaign to create a memorial for a working class woman who became one of the most recognisable faces in Pre-Raphaelite art, only to be largely forgotten by history, has hit its fundraising target. Fanny Cornforth was the model and muse who inspired an A working class woman who became one of the most iconic faces in Pre-Raphaelite art- and established a major collection of Rossetti's work- will finally receive a memorial in her honour
"16.01.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk 'Devastating' cuts to hit schools in Labour seats Schools in Labour areas will suffer “devastating” cuts of more than £1,000 per pupil due to Government reforms, while Conservative-held areas will suffer a fraction of the budget cutbacks.
Bermondsey and Old Southwark in south London, held by Labour MP
"15.01.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk The Sherlock finale: can it stop trying to be Bond? If you haven't seen the season finale of Sherlock yet I won't reveal any spoilers. But those of you who've felt it's gone a bit “too Bond-y” should probably look away now. “The Final Problem” was 90 minutes of big explosions, secret fortresses and “The Final Problem” got the pulse racing, but it stretched credibility to the limit
"15.01.2017 22:46:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump: Brexit will be a "great thing" for Britain Donald Trump has said that Brexit will be “a great thing” and vowed to offer Britain a quick and “fair” trade deal with America within weeks of taking office. Speaking to The Times in his first interview with a British media organisation since his Donald Trump has said that Brexit will be “a great thing” and vowed to offer Britain a quick and “fair” trade deal with America within weeks of taking office
"15.01.2017 22:01:08" inews.co.uk Jose Mourinho's long-ball tribute to Graham Taylor foils Liverpool The great Manchester-Liverpool (never Merseyside) love-in of the weekend proved a gift to London's elite, Chelsea, Spurs and Arsenal the big winners after cleaning up on Saturday. Everton's mashing of Manchester City in the early afternoon was followed by Jose Mourinho was forced to turn Old Trafford into the full Graham Taylor tribute, borrowing from the late route one guru's playbook to scramble a draw
"15.01.2017 20:30:01" Timeline Photos The TV section of the Sunday Herald in Scotland made their views very clear when they described the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as follows:
"After a long absence, The Twilight Zone returns with one of the most ambitious, expensive and controversial
"15.01.2017 19:45:00" inews.co.uk Scottish bishop 'deeply distressed' over backlash against Muslim speaker at service - The i newspaper online iNews Police are investigating online abuse aimed at a cathedral in Glasgow after a Muslim student was invited to read a passage from the Koran at a service over the Christmas period. St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral received “offensive messages on Facebook and Police are investigating online abuse aimed at a cathedral in Glasgow after a Muslim student was invited to read a passage from the Koran
"15.01.2017 19:05:00" inews.co.uk The poor will suffer most from Trump's presidency and clean Brexit It is hard to think of a more miserable life than that currently endured by Yacub, a 16-year-old Afghan I met last week in Belgrade. “Those suffering most will be the poor, not those wealthy charlatans who promoted the cause so selfishly with false The biggest losers as borders tighten will be the world's poorest people, many already harmed by so many backfiring Western interventions over the years
"15.01.2017 18:22:55" Timeline Photos Biologists, and those with a curiosity for the morbid, have been sharing images of dead animals on Twitter under the hashtag #BestCarcass.
Dr Julien Fattebert, who started the hashtag, said that the images are intended to show nature is "not all glitters
"15.01.2017 17:36:00" inews.co.uk Children overtested? It's a myth, says new Ofsted chief The idea that schoolchildren are overtested is a “myth”, Ofsted's new chief inspector of schools has said. Amanda Spielman dismissed the notion that pupils in British schools are made to sit too many exams, and suggested that tests are good for both “I think there's a bit of a myth around that we have a massively overtested set of students.”
"15.01.2017 16:53:36" inews.co.uk Fred the gent: a human story behind the NHS crisis headlines Fred* may have been lying at the bottom of his stairs for two nights. We're not sure yet. Certainly, he was there at least a day and a night. There, lying in his pyjamas, amid the junk mail. Sprawled out, but alive. Fred's is just one more story behind People like Fred are alive because of community concern and state-sponsored care. Will that still be the case if the "chronic under-investment" in the NHS continues?
If you have stories like this one, we'd love to hear them.
"15.01.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The 85-year-old who runs marathons in under four hours: While millions will this weekend climb into their Lycra and running shoes in pursuit of new year resolutions and shrinking waistlines, Ed Whitlock will be taking a break. Three months ago, the London-born mining engineer took to the streets of Toronto to “I'm just an ordinary guy who likes to run a bit.”
"15.01.2017 15:15:01" inews.co.uk Disability benefit claimant preparing to take Department for Work and Pensions to court A disability benefit claimant is preparing to take the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to court claiming discrimination as he fights the planned withdrawal of a monthly government payment he receives. Mark Lucas, from Staffordshire, said he suffers Mark Lucas was about to have his monthly government payment withdrawn. Now he's taking the Department for Work and Pensions to court.
"15.01.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Michael Gove skips Theresa May in queue for Donald Trump meeting Michael Gove has carried out the first UK interview with Donald Trump, with the result due to be published at 10pm tonight. The high-profile Brexit campaigner has returned to more regular journalistic work at the Times since being locked out of government Theresa May is planning a visit as soon as next month. Michael Gove has already been, to carry out the first UK interview.
"15.01.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Brit awards tackle diversity with Skepta & transgender singer Anohni The transgender singer Anohni has been nominated for Best British Female at the Brit Awards, 11 years after she was nominated for Best British Male. The first artist to be included in both categories during their career, the Chichester singer was The transgender singer Anohni has been nominated for Best British Female at the Brit Awards, 11 years after she was nominated for Best British Male.
"15.01.2017 13:00:00" Author's words of wisdom to make your 2017 better If you're feeling a little down, the words of these iconic authors might make you feel more optimistic.
(And yes fine, we admit the picture on the bottom left is not of a famous author. Still might make you feel better though)
"15.01.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk Pressure grows for a Greater Yorkshire devolution deal - The i newspaper online iNews The Government is facing mounting pressure to consider devolving powers to a unified Yorkshire after the Sheffield mayoral election was postponed until 2018. Momentum is building behind a Greater Yorkshire deal after the Sheffield City Region Combined Senior council leaders in North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire say they are prepared to explore devolution for the whole of the region.
Two councils in South Yorkshire have also said they are prepared to give the Yorkshire-wide option “proper
"15.01.2017 11:30:01" inews.co.uk A&E doctor with NHS tattoo: I worry about privatisation Paul J Robinson, an emergency medicine doctor working in South Thames, wears his heart on his sleeve. As a way of showing his passion for his job, he has just finished getting a large tattoo covering his whole upper arm, celebrating the National Health “It is, as a tattoo should be, a permanent embodiment on our skin of something we care about enough to want to wear on our skin.”
"15.01.2017 10:41:31" inews.co.uk A guide to what is not fake news When most of us first encountered fake news, it was a right-wing phenomenon. It was being produced by enterprising content farmers in Macedonia, or by American bloggers with eyes exclusively on how many clicks they could get to their website. For more on No one exists in a vacuum, and total objectivity is impossible. Let's get that out of the way now.
"15.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk The Brit Awards 2017 nominations have been revealed Skepta, Rihanna and Little Mix have racked up three Brit Awards nominations each ahead of the ceremony on 22 February. Mercury-winning grime artist Skepta will compete against David Bowie and Craig David for British Male Solo Artist, Rihanna's Calvin Skepta, Rihanna and Little Mix lead the charge with three nominations each. Here's who else is up for a gong:
"15.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk EU takes first step towards giving robots 'personhood' The most advanced robots should be given the status of “electronic person” with rights and obligations, according to a new legal European Parliament report endorsed by MEPs.
Under the proposed rules, robots would have “electronic personality” in cases
"15.01.2017 05:00:18" inews.co.uk Corbyn faces knife-edge by-election after Tristram Hunt quits for V&A Jeremy Corbyn faces a knife-edge by-election to retain the seat vacated by Dr Tristram Hunt, the Labour MP who stunned the party after quitting to run the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) The former shadow education secretary, and a critic of Labour's shift Tristram Hunt is standing down as MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central, described as Britain's 'Brexit capital'. Labour retained the seat with a 5,100 majority over Ukip in the 2015 election
"15.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 of the best traditional pubs in Edinburgh From grand bars with Victorian interiors to rough-around-the-edges gems Because sometimes all you want is a pint in a good old-fashioned boozer.
"15.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: Can you name these Africa Cup of Nations legends? The tournament has seen the emergence of many football stars over the years, but can you identify these legends from Africa Cup of Nations gone by? How's your CAF / Africa Cup of Nations knowledge?
"15.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Five really easy ways to end up with more money January may be a tight month, but it is also one where you can take a few simple steps to have a better financial start to the year. Sally Francis, a senior writer at MoneySavingExpert.com, explains five things women should consider after a month of Getting more cash this year may be simpler than you thought.
"15.01.2017 01:00:35" inews.co.uk Manchester on a budget: how to have a night out for less than £20 Here's a selection of restaurants, bars and clubs in Manchester that won't break the bank, so you can feasibly have a full night out for £20 or less. How to enjoy a night out in Manchester on the cheap (featuring £2 cocktails)
"15.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk A guide to what is and what isn't fake news Donald Trump, take note. If it happened, and there's proof it happened, it's not fake.
"14.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Health concerns sparked after vampire bats start sucking human blood It is well known that the hairy-legged mammals feed on blood, but they have never had a taste for humans. Until now.
"14.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Donald Trump attacks civil rights hero John Lewis ahead of Martin Luther King Day Donald Trump has been criticised after attacking civil rights campaigner and US congressman John Lewis in yet another aggressive Twitter rant. The President-elect described Democrat Lewis as “all talk, no action” in tweets sent on Saturday, arguing that The President-elect has accused the US congressman, who was left with a fractured skull after taking part in the historic 1965 Bloody Sunday civil rights march, of "all talk, no action".
"14.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Receptionist behind high heels petition: 'This is about race as well as gender' When Nicola Thorp arrived for her first day of work at PwC she was dressed immaculately. But she had barely set foot inside the auditing giant's London offices before being sent home without pay. Her offence? Turning up in flat shoes.
Now, two years on,
"14.01.2017 20:03:04" inews.co.uk How WhatsApp might not be so private after all It prides itself on offering users top-notch security – but WhatsApp may not be as private as you think. Some messages sent through the app can be intercepted due to a bug, it has been claimed. Tobias Boelter, a cryptography and security researcher at the An expert discovered a loophole in the app's security system
"14.01.2017 19:00:01" inews.co.uk Woman charged with kidnapping after baby 'taken more than 18 years ago' found alive Kamiyah Mobley has been found living with her 51-year-old 'mother', Gloria Williams, after officials responded to a tip concerning her whereabouts.
Her biological family have been notified of the news and are “elated” that their child has been
"14.01.2017 18:00:37" inews.co.uk Eight cunning tricks to make your home a better place Revolutionary.
"14.01.2017 17:06:07" inews.co.uk Carrie Fisher won't be digitally recreated in future Star Wars films - The i newspaper online iNews The late actress Carrie Fisher will not be digitally recreated in future Star Wars movies, Lucasfilm has confirmed. The company behind the franchise posted a statement on its website saying it 'cherished' the star's memory and would not use CGI to bring "We cherish her memory and legacy as Princess Leia, and will always strive to honour everything she gave to Star Wars"
"14.01.2017 16:11:04" inews.co.uk Tell children about sex before they learn about it elsewhere Aged around, I admit it, probably 13, I was stuffed sullenly in the sitting room sofa, watching the Confessions of a She-Devil series on video. “What are they doing?” I wondered aloud to my parents as I watched, who avoided eye contact, wholly unable to For parents this issue can be a horror-show as they try to overcome embarrassment on the subject, the discussion of which is just not British
"14.01.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Can exercise really make you smarter? The experts certainly think so It turns out that your gym time can also boost your brain power In a study by the University of British Columbia, subjects who exercised were found to perform better in concentration and memory tests. Not only that, but MRI scans revealed that their brains had literally grown bigger.
"14.01.2017 15:07:03" inews.co.uk Burns Night: the three big questions about haggis, answered Whether you're a fan of Scotland's national dish or find it offal-ly hard to swallow, the story of haggis is shrouded in controversy. Was haggis really an English invention? And why is it banned in the USA?
"14.01.2017 14:12:00" inews.co.uk GPs hit back after Theresa May demands extended opening hours to ease NHS crisis - The i newspaper online iNews Leading GPs have rejected a demand by Theresa May to keep surgeries open seven days a week, warning they are already struggling to cope. The Prime Minister has expressed frustration at the failure of more practices to offer extended opening hours, as GPs hit back after Theresa May demands extended opening hours to ease NHS crisis http://trib.al/fdGTuRk
"14.01.2017 14:02:06" inews.co.uk Blue Monday: it's time to banish this scientifically ridiculous myth January 16 is Blue Monday. But does it exist? Gary Flockhart looks at the maths formula behind what is considered to be the most depressing day of the year Monday is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year...but is it all a myth dreamed up by advertising bosses?
"14.01.2017 13:05:07" inews.co.uk What it's like to be a "flying medic" Ami Jones saves lives on a daily basis. As a clinical lead consultant for the Wales Air Ambulance Charity's “flying medic” service, the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service, she spends her days helping traumatically injured patients in urgent “You struggle to appreciate the beauty of the geography when you are rushing to get to a very sick patient with almost half of your body weight on your back"
"14.01.2017 12:03:05" inews.co.uk Are you a quiz champion? Find out by taking our iQuiz Fancy yourself as a pub quiz champion? Then try our fiendish weekly iQuiz Think you're a proper know-it-all? Test yourself with our fiendish weekend quiz
"14.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Family court secrecy & lack of legal aid empowered my abusive partner The i Paper has spoken to survivors of domestic violence who were cross-examined by their abusers in family courts.
One woman told us: “The questions he asked me [during cross examination] were horrendous, they were irrelevant. They were all pretty much
"14.01.2017 11:02:07" inews.co.uk A Series of Unfortunate Events: Nicely nasty clever kids' TV As Sherlock bowed out (for now), another literary adaptation arrived on the scene this weekend. A Series of Unfortunate Events, on Netflix, is an eight-part take on Daniel Handler's Lemony Snicket children's books. There was a film version in 2004 with Looking for something to binge watch on Netflix today? A Series of Unfortunate Events has just been released
"14.01.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Hollywood icons creating new TV shows right now The best of the big screen are continuing to flock to the small. The Coen brothers are making a Western.
And David Fincher's new crime show sounds utterly compelling.
"14.01.2017 10:11:31" inews.co.uk Happiness levels still high, Office for National Statistics finds National happiness levels have remained high and anxiety levels low throughout the UK, in spite of terror fears and political shocks, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found. The organisation surveyed how happy and satisfied people felt, and to Despite the political upheaval of 2016, it seems we're still pretty happy
"14.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Twin Peaks is returning soon: here's everything you need to know When it's back. Who's in it. And what we can expect. Damn fine news.
"14.01.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Five pregnant women turned away from Glasgow hospital NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde was forced to apologise after five women arriving at the maternity unit of Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) – some of whom were in labour – were told there was not enough space.
"14.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk You can now lease and name your own Indonesian island If it's one thing Indonesia has plenty of, it's islands. There are officially around 13,500 of them in the south-east Asian archipelago (tallies seem to differ), and only 8,844 of those are named, according to the government. But where some people would If it's one thing Indonesia has plenty of, it's islands. There are officially around 13,500 of them in the south-east Asian archipelago (tallies seem to differ), and only 8,844 of those are named.
But where some people would see “too many islands”, the
"14.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk A&E doctor with NHS tattoo: Public don't know how dangerous privatisation would be “We're working ourselves absolutely to the bone, just to barely meet these challenges. When that happens, people end up suffering."
"14.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Croydon Cat Killer may have killed 'hundreds' of pets A serial pet killer may have attacked and mutilated as many 200 cats in under 18 months, investigators fear. The unknown culprit, dubbed the Croydon Cat Killer, received widespread attention following a spate of suspected pet killings in the south London Many of the cats were found decapitated or tailless.
"14.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk 30 things you need to know about raising teenage girls By Mark Macdonald, i reader
"14.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Tom Daley: 10 minutes of meditation helps anxiety Arguing over who got to lick the mixing bowl is one of diver Tom Daley's first memories of cooking. “All my memories from when I was a kid are of being with my grandma and grandad, making buns and cakes with my brothers,” he tells me when we meet to “I was very sceptical at the beginning, but it can help you in loads of different situations."
"14.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Fake valium now 'cheaper than chips' in Scotland Andrew Horne, from support group Addaction, said the tablets have already been linked to six deaths.
"14.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Morocco 'preparing to introduce burqa ban' Morocco is reportedly preparing to introduce a ban on burqa imports and sales because of security fears. In an article about what it called a “total war” on the burqa, Moroccan website Le360 quoted a government source confirming all sales, production, In an article about what it called a “total war” on the burqa, Moroccan website Le360 quoted a government source confirming all sales, production, imports and marketing of the full-body veil would soon become illegal.
"14.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk What I learned about gun crime as a student doctor in Chicago "It's three in the morning and two men have just been brought in after being shot several times in the chest.
"They need chest drains immediately or they will die. One of them is screaming; the other is unconscious and his blood pressure is dropping
"14.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Don't let our daughters' grandpa die in an Iranian prison He has been eligible for release each of the last 1,100 days, but still languishes in Evin prison
"13.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Richard Ayoade to host Channel 4's revamped Crystal Maze What's the name of the game? The cult adventure gameshow The Crystal Maze will return for a new series with Richard Ayoade at the helm. A one-off revival of the beloved Nineties show was such a hit when it was aired last year in aid of the charity Stand The cult adventure gameshow is back
"13.01.2017 22:00:02" inews.co.uk Sneaky Pete: the new crime drama you should binge-watch now Prepare to enter a complex and cunning facade. 'The new Breaking Bad' may be an over-used phrase.
But this con artist show was co-created by, and co-stars, Walter White himself.
"13.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Tell children about sex before they learn about it somewhere dangerous Nicole Kidman recently revealed she and her husband tell her 6 and 8-year-old daughters that they are going to have “kissy-kissy” time.
"13.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Manchester By The Sea review: a heart-breaking study of loss Casey Affleck is on career-best form. "The story gains an additional, accumulative power because scenes never play out the way you expect, as if actively resisting the generic conventions of standard Hollywood drama."
One of the best films of recent times is now in cinemas.
"13.01.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk School governors forced to give authorities nationality details School governors are being forced to hand over details of their nationality to a Government register set up in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal. Concerns have been raised as to how the information about governors' nationalities will be used, given the School governors are being forced to hand over details of their nationality to a Government register set up in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal
"13.01.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Urban Myths: Sky's controversial new comedy explained You've probably heard about the complaints. Now find out about the show behind them. Michael Jackson's casting made headlines.
Just wait until people hear about the Adolf Hitler episode.
"13.01.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk The MPs who swear the most on Twitter Warning: This article contains swear words Jamie Reed is the “sweariest MP on Twitter”, according to new analysis, which showed that in 2016 he notched up a grand total of 20 profanities on the social media platform. Close second behind him were Michael Michael Dugher MP came joint second in the list of sweariest MPs. He admits that his Nan would be horrified by his choice of language. “I grew up in a pit village. Her dad was a miner and she still describes bad swearing as 'pit talk'. It's not big and
"13.01.2017 17:00:01" inews.co.uk Exploring the beautiful old maps of countries that never existed There have been bizarre and wonderfully inaccurate maps throughout history: from charted locations for the Garden of Eden, to the 15ft tall Patagonian giant people that were believed to exist for over 200 years. Some have even lasted up into the 21st Take a look at The Phantom Atlas, a compendium of maps that show the countries that never really existed
"13.01.2017 16:15:00" inews.co.uk Rattle snake pursues kangaroo rat at extraordinary speed This extraordinary high-speed camera footage shows a kangaroo rat's close call with a rattle snake in the wild. The video was captured as part of a scientific study looking into relationships between predators and their prey relationship at the University Extraordinary high-speed camera footage shows a kangaroo rat's close call with a rattle snake in the wild
"13.01.2017 15:24:52" inews.co.uk Hero golden retriever lies on paralysed owner for 24 hours to keep him warm in snow The term “man's best friend” is not enough to describe this golden retriever, who kept her owner alive for 20 hours after he slipped in the snow and became paralysed. Kelsey lay on top of Bob to keep him warm in Michigan's subzero temperatures on New Oh... Too many feelings for a Friday afternoon. Beautiful Kelsey saved her owner's life.
"13.01.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk How I ended up on Interpol's most wanted list as a Brazilian drug lord Rohit Talwar is a futurist. He gives speeches about what he thinks the future has in store for humanity to audiences across the world. But it was the past that came back to haunt him when he landed in Dubai last September, dragging the 55-year-old from Fifteen years previously, Talwar had had his passport stolen while on a family holiday in Barcelona. Little did he know that it had migrated from Spain and ended up in the hands of a Brazilian drug lord.
"13.01.2017 14:00:01" inews.co.uk A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix - first-look review “Look away” we're told. Fortunately, Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events is not truly calamitous. But it isn't great either. It's fitting that this, the first big Netflix original of the year, should land on Friday the 13th.
"13.01.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Mental health problems forced me to leave teaching As an ex-teacher who suffers from clinical depression and alcoholism, both of which are now under control a day at a time, I read Nigel Morris's article on training teachers to spot mental illness with interest. I hope the initiative is followed through One of our readers sent us this letter about his experience as a teacher and how his mental health suffered in the profession.
"I was sober and controlled when I took up the position; eighteen months later, I was so immersed in drink problems that one of
"13.01.2017 13:15:00" Peeqo the Gif Robot This is Peeqo, a computer assistant that speaks entirely in gifs
"13.01.2017 12:30:01" inews.co.uk Labouyr MP Tristram Hunt MP quits to run the V&A - will he succeed? The surprise appointment of Labour MP Dr Tristram Hunt as the new director of the V&A museum stunned the political and arts worlds. The former shadow education secretary said he had “no desire to rock the boat” and insisted anyone who interpreted his A telegenic communicator, who has presented documentaries for the BBC on subjects ranging from Elgar to the English Civil War, Dr Hunt will give the London museum, which has enjoyed a run of blockbuster exhibitions, an appealing public face.
"13.01.2017 11:45:00" inews.co.uk Blue Monday: it's time to banish this scientifically ridiculous myth January 16 is Blue Monday. But does it exist? Gary Flockhart looks at the maths formula behind what is considered to be the most depressing day of the year January 16th is supposedly Blue Monday (the 'most depressing day of the year', not the date in the New Order song.) But we're here to tell you it's all a myth.
"13.01.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk It's fake news sites Facebook must train, not reputable journalists Facebook has announced it will start offering training to journalists as part of its ongoing initiative to curb the rise of fake news on the site. The social network said local newsrooms will receive training and there will be a series of e-learning "I can't help but feel uncomfortable at the notion of Facebook, a company valued at around $183bn, footing the bill to teach the media how to do its job."
"13.01.2017 10:50:48" Nintendo Switch Launch We're live at the media hands on for Nintendo's new home console, the Nintendo Switch. Let's take a look at the launch titles and how everyone's enjoying them...
"13.01.2017 10:15:01" inews.co.uk A white man can't play Michael Jackson until culture is more diverse Michael Jackson, RIP, will be very happy. Handsome Joseph Fiennes plays the star in a forthcoming Sky TV comedy series, Urban Myths, which takes a wry look at events that were rumoured to have happened – in this case, a post-9/11 road trip featuring Sky has released a statement saying it will be pulling the episode of Urban Myths in which Joseph Fiennes plays Michael Jackson after Jackson's daughter Paris said she was "incredibly offended" by the casting.
For one of our writers, this will be good
"13.01.2017 08:10:13" Timeline Photos Picture of the day from Reuters... Watch out for the plant pot!
Politicians in Turkey fought in parliament - scuffles broke out between the ruling AK Party and the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) during a debate on the proposed
"13.01.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk BBC Reality Check team to expose Facebook 'fake news' stories The BBC is to create a dedicated team which will identify and expose “fake news” stories being shared on Facebook and other social media. The BBC said it was not seeking to “police the internet”. But its Reality Check team will identify and correct the The BBC said it was not seeking to “police the internet”.
"13.01.2017 07:21:59" inews.co.uk Six months on, Theresa May enjoying lengthy poll 'honeymoon' Theresa May marks six months in Downing Street with the longest opinion poll 'honeymoon' of any Conservative Prime Minister for 60 years. The party has opened an average lead over Labour of 14 points – larger than her seven Tory predecessors. “Theresa May “Theresa May has been lucky in not having a strong opposition party, but the poll ratings might fall once Brexit negotiations begin - especially if the public starts to think she is either giving away too
"12.01.2017 23:00:01" Timeline Photos During a ceremony billed as just being a farewell to Joe Biden, Barack Obama made the surprise announcement that he was awarding his vice president with the Presidential Medal of Freedom: America's highest civilian honour.
"To know Joe Biden is to know
"12.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Beware of the zombie mice Scientists have created a collection of 'zombie' mice that wouldn't be out of place among the 'walkers' in the TV show The Walking Dead. Researchers at Yale University have isolated the brain circuitry in mice that coordinates predatory hunting and from Just in case 2017 seemed to have too much good news, now there are zombie mice
"12.01.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Six facts about the ex-MI6 spy the government doesn't want named The former British intelligence operative accused of compiling a dossier of unverified allegations against Donald Trump has gone into hiding after being named in the media. Christopher Steele, 52, is a director of the London-based Orbis Business All the key facts about Christopher Steele, accused of compiling the dossier on Donald Trump
"12.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Police are evacuating an entire village in Essex due to severe weather Residents of a coastal Essex village are being evacuated after forecasters warned of high tides and severe weather conditions. Vulnerable people in Jaywick, Tendring, will be evacuated between 4pm until midnight on Thursday after coastal flood warnings A full evacuation of the Jaywick's 4,600 inhabitants is taking place after forecasters warned of high tides and severe weather conditions.
"12.01.2017 20:15:00" inews.co.uk Q&A: The Trump "dodgy dossier" :: What is the “dossier” and where does it come from? Digging for dirt that will damage or destroy the reputation of an opponent has become as common a feature of US elections as themed baseball caps and attack adverts. Even before Donald Trump had Confused by the "dodgy dossier"? We've gathered together everything you need to know about Trump, Steele and the whole story
"12.01.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Is haggis really English? - questions about the divisive dish answered Whether you're a fan of Scotland's national dish or find it offal-ly hard to swallow, the story of haggis is shrouded in controversy. Where did it come from?
Why did the Scots adopt it?
Why is it banned in the USA?
The big haggis questions, answered.
"12.01.2017 18:38:02" The NHS is in the middle of a humanitarian crisis, or so some are saying. Theresa May has said the NHS has received all the money it wants. We're at a protest outside the Ministry of Health to talk to demonstrators about what they think about the National
"12.01.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Public asked to solve mystery of gold coins hidden in antique piano A public appeal has been launched to solve the mystery of a hoard of gold coins found hidden inside an antique upright piano. The current owners of the instrument, originally sold to a music shop in Essex in 1906, made an unusual discovery. A A public appeal has been launched to solve the mystery of a hoard of gold coins found hidden inside an antique upright piano.
"12.01.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk 10 of the most bizarre transfers in football history Plenty of clubs have performed the unthinkable in transfer windows gone by, signing players hopelessly out of their depth - or who were far too good. Remember the time an ageing Socrates turned out for Garforth Town? (He lasted 12 minutes)
"12.01.2017 16:40:47" inews.co.uk Media sexism watch: How we talk about women sex workers Recent events have show how damaging and pervasive sexism can be when it goes unchallenged on a global platform. The President-elect of the United States has made a number of derogatory, sexist and lewd comments about women. Despite horrifying many they An article distributed by a news agency and published on The Mirror and The Daily Record's websites reported on a woman in Thailand who, according to the piece, needed emergency treatment after falling through a glass table and sustaining what appeared to
"12.01.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Crackdown on overseas students 'will cost UK £2bn' A clamp down on overseas students studying in the UK after Brexit could cost the British economy nearly £2 billion a year, new research has shown. A comprehensive study into the effects of Brexit on the higher education sector has revealed that A clamp down on overseas students studying in the UK after Brexit could cost the British economy nearly £2 billion a year
"12.01.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Rwanda's new king lives on a council estate in Manchester - The i newspaper online iNews An exiled prince who lives on a council estate in Manchester has been declared the king of Rwanda after the previous monarch died penniless in the US. Former Pepsi employee Emmanuel Bushayija, 56, will assume the thrown as King Yuhi VI according to an An exiled prince who lives on a council estate in Manchester has been declared the king of Rwanda
"12.01.2017 14:15:47" inews.co.uk Taboo: how Scroobius Pip relished his role alongside Tom Hardy Scroobius Pip on his upcoming role in BBC drama Taboo, working with Tom Hardy, and why he likes to move between creative disciplines Street artist, spoken word poet, and now acting alongside Tom Hardy in Taboo FX: Scroobius Pip talks to us about playing "a good guy who does bad things quite happily."
"12.01.2017 13:28:51" inews.co.uk What I want to tell you about fake news after working at Facebook Earlier this year, the people who worked on Facebook's trending news bar- the brief news story summaries you see every time you log on – were fired without notice, called abruptly to a meeting with a security guard present. For the team of 'News Curators' Some fascinating insight in this.
"12.01.2017 12:26:00" inews.co.uk School-phobia is ruining children's lives Your child is crying, then comes the desperate scream: 'I'm not going to school!' What can you do when they really mean it? By Matilda Battersby Seeing your child in a state of acute anxiety and terror, sometimes physically shaking at the thought of school and making themselves ill, is shocking but can also turn family life upside down.
"12.01.2017 11:38:44" inews.co.uk When ankle competitions were the height of titillation Before the glittering crowns of the Miss World competition, women stood in line and waited to be judged on the curvatures of their ankles. A photo depicting an ankle-judging competition in Margate, Kent, in 1932 shows a judge examining the shapeliness of A look at 'pretty ankle' competitions for Throwback Thursday #TBT #ThrowbackThursday
"12.01.2017 10:46:40" inews.co.uk 'Westminster Bunny' reunited with child who lost it after six months A little girl who lost her favourite soft toy outside the gates of Westminster last summer was finally reunited with it last night, thanks to the efforts of an SNP MP who rescued it from the street and kept it on her desk for more than six months. Kirsty Warning - this is a good news story with a happy ending.
"12.01.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Even Trump's sons in firing line in first press conference for months Donald Trump spoke at Trump Tower today, ending an almost six-month run without speaking to the media. He was initially somewhat conciliatory to outlets that hadn't reported unsupported allegations about his relationship with Russia – but it didn't take Donald Trump rounds up targets during first press conference in months
"12.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Brexit would be a 'disaster', university chiefs warn The universities sector faces the “biggest disaster for many years” should the government decide on a “hard Brexit”, university chiefs told a panel of MPs. The stark warning was issued during an education select committee hearing, in which university The universities sector faces its “biggest disaster for many years” should the government decide on a “hard Brexit”, university chiefs say.
"12.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk NHS England boss hits back at Theresa May and says 'spending will go down by next year' - The i newspaper online iNews The head of NHS England has hit back at Downing Street in a thinly disguised attack on Theresa May's claim that the health service is not in crisis. Simon Stevens told MPs on the Public Affairs Select Committee that funding over the next three years NHS England boss hits back at Theresa May and says 'spending will go down by next year'
"12.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Diplomatic tensions are escalating between London and Moscow Relations between Britain and Russia were in crisis after Downing Street launched a stinging attack on Vladimir Putin's government. It condemned Russia over its record of supporting the Syrian regime, its suppression of free speech and its economic London-Moscow relations in diplomatic deep freeze
"12.01.2017 03:30:00" inews.co.uk Pedants' Corner, week 11: Dinosaur thinking Dinosaur thinking The first recorded instance of a grocer's apostrophe this year occurred in a page 2 Matrix item on 3 January – “Revealed: dinosaur's had a fatal flaw”. The apostrophe in this case was completely superfluous. And the headline on the story Pedants' corner, week 11: Getting possessive about prehistoric eggs can land you in trouble
"12.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Maria Balshaw tipped to become first female Tate director A picture paints a thousand words… Maria Balshaw is poised to become the most powerful woman in British art as director of the Tate. The appointment of the first female Tate director has not yet been formally announced but Trustees of the family of four Maria Balshaw poised to become most powerful woman in British art as director of the Tate
"12.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events: five reasons to be excited It hits Netflix on the fitting date of Friday the 13th this week. It's got Neil Patrick Harris and music numbers, for a start.
"12.01.2017 01:00:01" inews.co.uk Sherlock season four, episode two: reviewed by a private detective Rebecca Jane, founder of The Lady Detective Agency, gives her verdict on the latest episode of the mystery drama. "Detective life is often spent looking back at your day and thinking 'what on earth happened?'
"Which is exactly my thoughts on this episode of Sherlock."
"12.01.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk What China's rising cinematic influence means for Hollywood Some see The Great Wall as the likely start of a new age of joint Hollywood and Chinese ventures, fuelled by mutually beneficial business aims. "Popular discourse tends to talk in terms of national rivalry. But what casting Matt Damon in The Great Wall is about is working together."
"11.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Harry Potter films animals provider accused of maltreatment A company which provides and trains animals for films including the Harry Potter series has been accused of neglect and mistreatment of the creatures. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) has lodged a complaint against Hollywood company A company which provides and trains animals for films including the Harry Potter series has been accused of neglect and mistreatment of the creatures.
"11.01.2017 22:40:00" inews.co.uk Live By Night review: Ben Affleck's gangster flick falls short of greatness Strong on performance. Weak on character. "There's a nagging void where the heart of the picture should be, as if it's actively avoiding an emotional connection."
"11.01.2017 22:08:38" inews.co.uk NHS crisis is the real deal, as bleak new BBC series Hospital proves I wonder if Jeremy Hunt was watching BBC2's Hospital. One hopes so. In the week in which we found out that in six years of Conservative rule NHS hospitals have lost over 7,000 bed spaces, it seemed especially poignant – and necessary – to watch a The NHS crisis is the real deal, as bleak new BBC series Hospital proves
"11.01.2017 21:40:00" inews.co.uk What type of mum are you? Whichever one you are, you're doing it wrong Sarah Vine, Daily Mail columnist and self-appointed arbiter of female conduct, is concerned about the Duchess of Cambridge's impending relocation to London for Prince George's start in a new school. The paparazzi, she says, will be the least of the Which type of mum are you?
Whichever one you are, you're doing it wrong.
"11.01.2017 21:20:00" inews.co.uk Brexit would be a 'disaster', university chiefs warn The universities sector faces the “biggest disaster for many years” should the government decide on a “hard Brexit”, university chiefs told a panel of MPs. The stark warning was issued during an education select committee hearing, in which university Brexit would be a 'disaster', university chiefs warn
"11.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Common Sense: what to expect from BBC's comedy spin on Gogglebox Common Sense, a new topical comedy debuts on BBC2 tonight, but it comes with a twist: everyone you see on screen is just an "ordinary" person. Common Sense: what to expect from the BBC's comedy spin on Gogglebox airing at 10pm this evening
"11.01.2017 20:40:00" inews.co.uk Don't use alcohol to fall asleep - and ditch your digital clock In the 1940 film My Little Chickadee, the legendary comic actor W C Fields falls exhausted into bed. “Sleep,” he announces, “the most beautiful experience in life.” He then pauses and, with perfect timing, adds: “… apart from drink.” Fields's aphorisms Don't use alcohol to fall asleep – and ditch your digital clock
"11.01.2017 20:20:00" inews.co.uk Sherlock should be applauded for taking on Jimmy Savile I'm certainly not the world's greatest Sherlock fan. As a casual viewer, I've always found it watchable but a bit pointless: a mediocre buddy movie that sidelines the core detection element of Conan Doyle's stories. But last Sunday's episode, “The Lying Sherlock's confrontation of Jimmy Savile was its most inspired move yet
"11.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Trump rounds up targets during first press conference in months Donald Trump spoke at Trump Tower today, ending an almost six-month run without speaking to the media. He was initially somewhat conciliatory to outlets that hadn't reported unsupported allegations about his relationship with Russia – but it didn't take Even his sons were in the firing line.
"11.01.2017 19:20:00" inews.co.uk NHS England boss hits back at Theresa May and says 'spending will go down by next year' - The i newspaper online iNews The head of NHS England has hit back at Downing Street in a thinly disguised attack on Theresa May's claim that the health service is not in crisis. Simon Stevens told MPs on the Public Affairs Select Committee that funding over the next three years NHS England boss hits back at Theresa May and says 'spending will go down by next year'
"11.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Armpit hair should be boring and normal - not the story of an awards s This week, actress Lola Kirke made a political statement amid the Hollywood glam and free-flowing Champagne at the Golden Globes – but it played second fiddle to her decision to forgo the razor in favour of bushy underarm hair. She wore a “F*** Paul Ryan” Lola Kirke's armpit hair should be seen as boring and normal – not headline news
"11.01.2017 18:40:00" inews.co.uk Drivers urged to obey weather warnings as gale force winds batter Britain - The i newspaper online iNews Motorists are being urged to obey weather warnings after a lorry sparked traffic chaos when it blew over on the Forth Road Bridge as gale force winds battered Britain. The lorry overturned and caused extensive damage after the driver apparently ignored Drivers urged to obey weather warnings as gale force winds batter Britain
"11.01.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk Minister confirms Britain will not leave Europe 'geographically' - The i newspaper online iNews Details surrounding Brexit are still uncertain as the country speeds towards Theresa May's Article 50 deadline at the end of March. But one thing is for sure: the island of Britain will not actually leave the continent of Europe. David Jones, a minister Minister confirms Britain will not leave Europe 'geographically'
"11.01.2017 17:30:01" Timeline Photos This is a Hoolock tianxing gibbon, and they are a new species of primate.
After much research, they have been defined as different from all other gibbons. Best of all? They've been named after a Star Wars character.
Aside from their aforementioned
"11.01.2017 17:05:00" A minister has said Britain will not leave the EU 'geographica... A minister has said Britain will not leave the EU 'geographically'.
"I think we've made it absolutely clear that, whilst Britain will be withdrawing from the European Union, we will not be, clearly, withdrawing from Europe either geographically or
"11.01.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Welcome to Hullywood: Hull locals pose as Hollywood stars When photographer Quentin Budworth started his latest project, he was hoping to do what he always did: take photos of people. What he didn't expect was to find himself asking if anyone had a pig he could photograph on the streets of Hull. Budworth is a Hullywood Icons is a new project that turns the residents of 2017's City of Culture into the stars of their favourite movies
"11.01.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The woman who was a nun, wife, Anglican priest, and finally a Catholic The Rev Dr Una Kroll, a tireless campaigner for women and minorities, prolific author, and religious leader, has died aged 91. Kroll's energy and enthusiasm were focussed in many areas, but she will be particularly well remembered for her commitment to Rev Dr Una Kroll, a tireless campaigner for women and minorities, a prolific author, former nun, Anglican priest and eventual Catholic has died aged 91
"11.01.2017 15:15:01" Timeline Photos In Barack Obama's farewell address- his last speech as President of the United States- he paid tribute to his Vice-President Joe Biden.
"To Joe Biden, the scrappy kid from Scranton, who became Delaware's favorite son. You were the first decision I made
"11.01.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk KFC trials facial-recognition tech to guess customers' orders If the thought of walking to the counter in KFC and dictating your order to a server is simply too much effort, the chicken company may have answered your prayers with its latest facial-recognition technology. KFC has partnered with Baidu, the Chinese Depending on your gender and age, these new face recognition machines think they can guess your KFC order.
"11.01.2017 13:45:01" inews.co.uk Katie Piper on Prime Minister Theresa May and feminism Despite a tumultuous year in both the UK and the US, with issues surrounding sexual assault, the objectification of women and contraceptive rights dominating the news agenda, Katie Piper still believes it is an exciting time for young girls to be alive. Katie Piper says 2017 is going to be a great year to be female.
“It's a great thing to be alive in a time where we are being led by a woman, so I think that in itself is a good message for people studying in school and in college – that belief that with
"11.01.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Thundersnow' could blast UK as Arctic spell sets in Snow from thunder and lightning could be set to strike as an Arctic blast from Canada is forecast to take hold across the UK this week. Thundersnow: What you need to know Thundersnow is when snow, thunder and lightning happen together. It is most Thundersnow might be go in the UK this winter. Here's everything you need to know about the best-named weather around.
"11.01.2017 12:14:57" inews.co.uk Explained: Donald Trump, Russia, FBI and the 'compromising' allegations Allegations that Russia has politically compromising, and personally embarrassing, information about Donald Trump have surfaced less than ten days before he is due to be inaugurated as President. It is not known whether the allegations are true, but they Allegations that Russia has politically compromising and personally embarrassing information about Donald Trump have surfaced less than ten days before he is due to be inaugurated as President. It is not known whether the allegations are true, but they
"11.01.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Fight to give Britain a Brexit escape route to begin - in Ireland Lawyers hired by Jolyon Maugham QC are about to do something ambitious: sue the nation of Ireland in a court in the country's own capital. The British barrister knows Article 50 will be triggered by Theresa May sooner rather than later. But he wants to Lawyers are about to do something ambitious: sue the nation of Ireland in the country's own capital. The aim? To make sure Article 50 can not only be triggered, but "untriggered."
"11.01.2017 10:45:00" Urban Myths trailer The first footage of Sky Arts show 'Urban Myths'- featuring Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson- has been released. What do you think? Are people right to be outraged that Michael Jackson has been 'whitewashed'?
"11.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk World's largest survey of the sky completed It's being called a “census of the universe” – the largest digital sky survey ever completed. This "census of the universe," captured by a telescope atop a volcano, is the size of 100 wikipedias
"11.01.2017 09:30:00" Barack Obama's farewell address Barack Obama's farewell address: "Yes We Can. Yes We Did."
"11.01.2017 08:45:01" inews.co.uk Acclaimed war correspondent Clare Hollingworth dies aged 105 War correspondent Clare Hollingworth, the reporter who broke the news that World War Two had started and one of Britain's greatest journalists, has died in Hong Kong. She was 105. Born in Leicester in 1911, she was acclaimed for her “scoop of the century” War correspondent Clare Hollingworth, the reporter who broke the news that World War Two had begun has died. She was 105.
"11.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk 'The swine flu vaccine triggered my daughter's narcolepsy - now I want justice' Campaigners are calling for a Europe-wide public inquiry into how a vaccine triggered devastating health sleep and brain disorders in a scandal they claim is as big as thalidomide. Almost 1,700 people suffered narcolepsy after being vaccinated for swine “Mathilda's case was extreme, and extreme measure were needed to rescue her. I did everything I could to give her her life back. It was huge risk as we sold our home [to pay for treatment] and left our families and lives back in the UK. But I could never
"11.01.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Thousands of financial jobs 'at risk because of Brexit uncertainty' Uncertainty over the Brexit deal could lead to an exodus of financial and insurance companies, with the loss of thousands of jobs from London and other parts of the UK, MPs have been warned. Douglas Flint, the chairman of HSBC, said the bank could take Brexit could trigger a “Jenga tower” of job losses in the City of London, HSBC chairman Douglas Flint warned.
"11.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Fugitive mastermind behind Tunisia beach attacks named A man accused of organising the terror attack on a beach in Tunisia that killed 38 people, mostly Britons, has been identified. Chamseddine al-Sandi was named in confessions by suspects arrested in connection with the atrocity in June 2015 as being the Chamseddine al-Sandi was named in confessions by suspects arrested in connection with the atrocity in June 2015
"11.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk In a challenge to the usual backroom stitch-up, MEPs face a real fight Even in its twin homes of Brussels and Strasbourg, the European Parliament has a reputation as a cosy talking shop gathering grandstanding politicians. Now, however, it has become exciting as MEPs squall over the parliament's presidency, rupturing the The most recognisable name on next Tuesday's ballot in Strasbourg is that of Guy Verhofstadt, 63, the former Belgian prime minister, who is also the parliament's lead Brexit negotiator.
"11.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk 'Missing' element inside the Earth's core finally identified Scientists believe they have ended a decades-long search for the identity of a “missing element” within the Earth's core. By recreating the high temperatures and pressures found at the planet's centre, their experiments suggest the most likely candidate What's implanted in the Earth's core? Silicon, say Japanese scientists.
"11.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Police name man whose body was found with 'catastrophic' injuries on the M1 Lorry drivers and other motorists are being urged to help police investigate the death of a man whose body was found with “catastrophic” injuries on the M1 after being run over by several vehicles. Officers closed a stretch of the motorway's northbound “We need anyone who was there are the time and may have seen him or witnessed anything suspicious to contact us.”
"11.01.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk How to spell difficult words - a dictionary editor's tips What does it take to become such an accomplished speller? We asked editor-in-chief of the Macmillan Dictionary, Michael Rundell, for his top tips When you know a word's history, you'll understand why we write forward and full (Germanic) but philosophy and metaphor (Greek), or pith (Germanic) but myth (Greek).
"11.01.2017 03:30:00" inews.co.uk Aches and pains? Don't blame the weather, claim researchers - The i newspaper online iNews Blaming the poor weather for your aches and pains is a waste of time, say researchers. They found no link between damp weather and the symptoms of back problems or arthritis. Instead, they discovered the cold just makes more people aware of their “The belief that pain and inclement weather are linked dates back to Roman times,” said Professor Chris Maher.
“But our research suggests this belief may be based on the fact that people recall events that confirm their pre-existing views.
"11.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk The women who refuse to be silenced by online abuse Female journalists, authors and politicians are vulnerable to online abuse. We spoke to some of those on the receiving end who will not stay silent. “This time last year, someone sent me a photo of the way my dad died, out of the blue, and said 'let's hope 2016 is the year you follow in his footsteps.'”
"11.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Five reasons to worry about the new World Cup format - The i newspaper online iNews 1 It's not really about getting the best 48 teams There are some excellent reasons for expanding the size of the World Cup. The depth of world football is greater than when the tournament was last expanded – to 32 teams in 1998 – and expansion will With 16 extra countries, 16 groups instead of eight, four games a day in the group stages and 80 matches in total the tournament threatens to become overwhelming.
"11.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk A deaf amateur sailor has been crowned yachtsman of the year Pushing the boat out? A deaf amateur sailor has beaten an Olympic medalist to be crowned yachtsman of the year for his mid-ocean rescue. Gavin Reid has pipped professional sailor and fellow nominee Giles Scott, who won gold in Rio, to the Yachting Last January, while completing a full circumnavigation aboard the Mission Performance yacht, an SOS signal was picked up off the New South Wales coast of Australia..
"11.01.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn runs into relaunch trouble Jeremy Corbyn suffered a chaotic relaunch of his leadership after he backed off from two new policy proposals within hours of announcing them. The Labour leader dropped support for a pay cap on the “absolutely ridiculous” earnings of senior company Jeremy Corbyn suffered a chaotic relaunch of his leadership after he backed off from two new policy proposals within hours of announcing them.
"11.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Rejecting the phrase 'clean eating' doesn't undo its damage Deliciously Ella, the “clean eating” guru who told us to put vegetables in our brownies and spend of our wages in Holland and Barrett, has had a rethink. Or has she? Speaking on a BBC Horizon programme which will run later this month, Ella Mills (née For the vulnerable, anxious, self conscious, troubled, traumatised, any “rules” regarding food are not helpful, whether you call them “clean eating” or something else.
"10.01.2017 23:30:00" inews.co.uk 'I hope Theresa May's promise of transformation is more than just words' Theresa May's pledge to “transform” child mental health has been welcomed by a family who say they have been badly let down for years by local services who “failed our daughter”. Samantha Lethbridge and husband Jonathan, 43, from Borehamwood, were forced "It's sad it will take so long – it should never have got to this stage in the first place, but to know that there will be better access for high level inpatient units is good news."
"10.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Wayne Rooney left waiting on history at Manchester United The wait goes on. Sir Bobby Charlton retains joint ownership of the Manchester United goal scoring record, at least until Sunday's encounter with Liverpool. When the moment came it was Juan Mata not Wayne Rooney who made the breakthrough, reflecting the Why waste history on Hull when you can bang in goal no.250 against United's greatest rivals?
"10.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk A fluid approach to gender could help men In case you hadn't noticed, there's a gender revolution going on. And throwing off the straitjacket of stereotypes can only be a good thing. "Men do have a feminine side. The tragedy is that too few of us show it."
"10.01.2017 22:00:01" The life of a health food Instagrammer (a parody) The life of a health food Instagrammer (a parody)
"10.01.2017 21:30:01" inews.co.uk Oscar-winning films you can watch on Amazon Prime Tense dramas, cult comedies, and more. Celebrate the arrival of awards season by re-watching some recent greats.
"10.01.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Monopoly is letting you vote to replace all the traditional tokens After letting players vote to replace the iron in 2013, Monopoly has decided to shake things up even more radically. For a new edition of the boardgame, the public is invited to choose from 50 possible options to replace all the tokens on the board. It Sick of the humble hat? What about a monster truck? Or a Mr Monopoly emoji?
"10.01.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk La La Land review: a gorgeously romantic modern-day musical ★★★★ Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone are utterly charming. "Chazelle's follow-up to Whiplash is a delightful homage to classic Hollywood song and dance movies of the '50s and '60s."
The Oscars front-runner is a sheer delight.
"10.01.2017 19:40:20" inews.co.uk Has the 'Croydon Cat Killer' struck again? Skinned cat sparks fears among pet owners A skinned cat has been discovered in east London, causing alarm among animal lovers. The female cat, which had been completely skinned, was the second mutilated animal to be found in the borough of Hackney in three weeks, according to the Hackney Gazette. The incident follows the discovery of a decapitated kitten in a car park just 500m away from the park on 23 December. The kitten's tail was also missing.
"10.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Oscar-winning films you can watch on Netflix Awards season is here. Here are some old favourites to help you celebrate. From recent hits to cult classics.
"10.01.2017 18:30:01" Timeline Photos We're interested in hearing your A&E stories. Apparently visits in some trusts are up 30 per cent and there is "unprecedented demand".
Jeremy Hunt told the House of Commons that the NHS is "committed" to a four-hour waiting time in A&E - but can only
"10.01.2017 18:00:00" These dogs were rescued before being made dinner These dogs were destined for the dinner plate.
Then they got lucky.
"10.01.2017 17:30:01" inews.co.uk How I captured David Bowie's last five years on film Francis Whately talks to i about the making of David Bowie: The Last Five Years, his friendship with Bowie and the significance of the star's later work On the anniversary of David Bowie's death, here's a look behind the scenes of a new documentary about his last five years.
"10.01.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Sex education must be compulsory in all schools This week thousands of children go back to school to pick up their learning. They return to very different standards of local provision. And some of the biggest variations exist in the most challenging subject – learning about sex and relationships. They It's staggering that we still do not have compulsory sex and relationship education in schools – not least when so many have worked for so long to show the disastrous impact of a system that fails to teach basic lessons about consent and respect.
"10.01.2017 16:29:00" Photos from The i Paper's post The Pioneer Cabin Tree, one of America's most famous trees, has been felled by storms in California.
The giant sequoia is estimated to be over 1,000-years-old and is known for the hole cut through its trunk.
"This iconic and still living tree - the
"10.01.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk 1,800 year old-star collision to become visible to naked eye A star created 1,800 years ago after the collision of two distant suns is set to appear in the night sky for the first time – as the light from the crash finally reaches the Earth. Scientists predict that for six months in 2022, stargazers will be able to You'll be able to see a star that was born 2,000 years ago for the first time ever in the night sky. Just giveit five years.
"10.01.2017 15:00:00" Piers grills Corbyn on whether he wants to be PM Piers Morgan quizzes Jeremy Corbyn on whether he wants to be Prime Minister.
The Labour leader appears to dodge answering.
"10.01.2017 14:30:01" Timeline Photos There are 193 assaults on doctors, nurses and paramedics every day in England, according to an LBC investigation.
They are calling for an attack on an NHS staff member to be made a specific offence in the same way assaulting police officers is a specific
"10.01.2017 14:00:01" inews.co.uk Indyref2 will be even harder for Sturgeon to win Nicola Sturgeon has put a second independence referendum firmly back on the political agenda. The Brexit vote has given her the legitimacy to argue that there has been a material change of circumstances. However, the circumstances for a vote are arguably Scottish National Party (SNP) politician Kenny MacAsklill says the circumstances for IndyRef 2 are less favourable and even more complicated than the 2014 referendum was
"10.01.2017 13:15:00" Anti-smoking billboard coughs each time someone lights up If you think you've seen the most controversial anti-smoking advert already, think again.
This billboard detects when someone is smoking nearby and a virtual man on the screen coughs in response.
A TV advert for the campaign, based in Stockholm, shows
"10.01.2017 12:30:01" inews.co.uk The pay of City fat cats and football stars in Jeremy Corbyn's sights Jeremy Corbyn has backed imposing a salary cap on Britain's highest earners, condemning the “ridiculous” salaries of company executives and Premiership footballers. The Labour leader refused to put a figure on where he believed the cap should be set, but Jeremy Corbyn has backed imposing a salary cap on Britain's highest earners
"10.01.2017 11:45:00" This little robot can fly through water faster than Usain Bolt... Have you ever tried running through water? Not easy.
This little robot can fly through water faster than Usain Bolt can run (his record is 27mph, this robot's is 30mph).
It's hoped the small gadget will help us tackle climate change by monitoring it,
"10.01.2017 11:00:01" Timeline Photos In his continued pursuit of inauguration performers, Donald J. Trump's staff allegedly got in contact with Charlotte Church. The singer made her opinion clear on Twitter.
"@realDonaldTrump Your staff have asked me to sing at your inauguration, a simple
"10.01.2017 10:15:00" inews.co.uk Why you should always leave the office on time I genuinely believe that we all need to practice the art of leaving the office on time. To achieve the highs of both professional and personal life you absolutely need to pay attention and stop staying late at work. Over the last decade I've constantly If you've ever felt anxious about when you leave the office, you'll want to read this
"10.01.2017 09:31:23" Timeline Photos The Brandenburg Gate has been illuminated with the flag of Israel following an attack in Jerusalem on Sunday. A Palestinian attacker drove a truck into Israeli troops visiting a popular tourist site in the city, killing four.
The attack was the
"10.01.2017 08:01:00" inews.co.uk Severe weather warnings as blizzards and strong winds set to batter Britain - The i newspaper online iNews Britain will be battered by strong winds and blizzards as large parts of the country fall into the grip of an Arctic cold blast. Yellow warnings for wind and snow have been issued by the Met Office, with up to 20cm of snow set to fall on high ground and Yellow warnings for wind and snow have been issued by the Met Office, with up to 20cm of snow set to fall on high ground and up to 5cm at lower levels
"10.01.2017 07:30:01" inews.co.uk One in three women harassed when running alone A third of women have been harassed while out running alone, a new survey has revealed. A poll of 2,000 women showed that 32 per cent had faced some form of harassment, with more than 60 per cent saying that they felt anxious when out running solo and Nearly half said they had fears for their personal safety
"10.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Kenny MacAskill: Indyref2 will be even harder for Sturgeon to win Nicola Sturgeon has put a second independence referendum firmly back on the political agenda. The Brexit vote has given her the legitimacy to argue that there has been a material change of circumstances. However, the circumstances for a vote are arguably All the evidence is that it was those key economic questions that cost the Yes campaign victory, and yet they remain.
"10.01.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May: 'It will take years to transform mental health services' By Paul Gallagher and Nigel Morris Theresa May has admitted it will take “years” to improve mental health services in a speech on Monday setting out the Government's plan to ensure early intervention for children and young people. The Prime Minister “What I am announcing are the first steps in our plan to transform the way we deal with mental illness"
"10.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Britain should strike Brexit deal with Australia, says Tony Abbott Theresa May should strike a “one-page” free trade deal with Australia to signal Britain's determination to make the most of Brexit, a former Australian prime minister has said. Tony Abbott said he wanted to see the movement of goods between Australia and “If a car is fit to be sold in Britain, it's fit to be sold in Australia. If a doctor is fit to practice in Australia, he or she is fit to practice in the UK. We don't need a uniform market; we need a common one."
"10.01.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk How to make a career change in 2017 - practical tips I work with lots of people who are changing career for a host of personal and professional reasons. Let's look at how you go about this. 1. Be clear about what you want
2. Explore your options
3. Research and reality check
4. Close the skills gaps
5. Promote yourself
6. Reassure employers
7. Show you have the inside track
8. Ask for help
"10.01.2017 03:30:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May has shown that conservatism is about social responsibility Conservatism is often wrongly associated with excessive individualism – just letting people and businesses get on with it. With her “shared society” speech, Theresa May joins a movement of modernisers who have, since the 1990s, pushed for the Conservative Liberal democracies, where people have freedom, will inevitably enable great differences to emerge between people
"10.01.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk James Bond: Spy, philanderer ... feminist with a licence to kill? It seems as far-fetched as one of his plots, but could James Bond – the world's suavest spy whose talents with a gun are matched only by his powers of seduction – actually be a feminist? That's the assertion of Professor Jeremy Black in a new book that “Bond was a very modern man for the 1950s"
"10.01.2017 01:30:00" inews.co.uk Nigel Farage launches radio career by voicing 'frustrations' on Theresa May's approach to Brexit Nigel Farage began his radio career with a recorded introduction from Donald Trump and a promise to listeners that “this show is all about you”. The former Ukip leader then launched straight into his favourite subject: Brexit. What Mr Farage really wanted ”What I want, Catherine, even more than an timetable, is a vision.“
"10.01.2017 00:37:53" inews.co.uk Computers analyse 36m newspaper articles in search of Britain's past In a speech delivered in London in 1963, the then publisher of the Washington Post Phil Graham told a gathering of foreign correspondents that newspapers represented the “first rough draft of history that will never be completed about a world we can never The findings include a detailed timeline showing the emergence of “Britishness” as a widely-used concept at the turn of the 20th Century, with the word “English” slowly being replaced with “British” as the prime way of identifying nationality.
"09.01.2017 23:50:00" inews.co.uk Stephen Fry sitcom 'The Great Indoors' is an insufferable bore It's understandable that after last year's Baftas “bag lady furore”, Stephen Fry might have felt like a break from the UK. But was he really so desperate for work that he had to resort to The Great Indoors? In this creaking US sitcom, he plays the Fry aside, the show is a real stinker, a toothless satire of millennial life, which could only have been written by the kind of long-in-the-tooth bore obsessed with the notion of millennials
"09.01.2017 23:20:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn's change of tone on immigration Labour is “not wedded to freedom of movement” of European Union nationals to Britain, Jeremy Corbyn will say on Tuesday as he attempts to defuse the party's tensions over immigration. In a marked change of a tone, the Labour leader will commit the party “Labour supports fair rules and reasonably managed migration as part of the post-Brexit relationship with the EU.”
"09.01.2017 22:50:00" inews.co.uk The real Anne Brontë was not piteous or boring Anne is usually viewed as the runt of the Brontë litter - but the author Samantha Ellis believes she may be the most fascinating of the family It was up to Charlotte, lonely and grieving, to decide what to do with Anne's work. She had always patronised Anne, never got past seeing her as the baby of the family, never really thought her work was as good as Emily's or her own.
"09.01.2017 22:20:00" inews.co.uk Mental health funding: the 'revolution' that never took place Wednesday sees the anniversary of David Cameron's pledge to bring about a “revolution in mental health”. Since that announcement, however, various reports have highlighted that far from change being on the horizon mental health provision, especially for Mental health is still funded differently to acute care, with a fixed amount of money irrespective of how many people are treated
"09.01.2017 21:48:14" inews.co.uk Why the four-hour target for A&E treatment could be ditched Jeremy Hunt signalled that the four-hour target for all patients to be treated at hospital accident and emergency departments could be abandoned if the number of non-urgent visits is not cut. “No country in the world has a standard for all health “If we are to protect our four-hour standard, we need to be clear it is a promise to sort out all urgent health problems within four hours, but not all health problems, however minor," says Jeremy Hunt.
"09.01.2017 21:00:00" Utter devastation: Aleppo before and after the war A man risked his life to provide the world with these harrowing before and after pictures of Aleppo.
The 37-year-old photographer said: 'I cried and wished I hadn't known the city before. I have so many memories there and just couldn't take the right
"09.01.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk What I learned about gun crime as a British doctor in Chicago Christina Mackaill worked in a Chicago hospital last summer. She describes working life in a real-life ER at the epicentre of America's gun problem 780 people were murdered in Chicago last year, more than the annual totals for Los Angeles and New York combined.
"09.01.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Those who only exercise once a week will still live much longer Doing a few hours of brisk walking at the weekend greatly reduces the risk of an early death – even if you behave like a couch potato for the rest of the week, a new study finds. Health experts have long recommended taking regular bouts of exercise Doing a few hours of brisk walking at the weekend greatly reduces the risk of an early death – even if you behave like a couch potato for the rest of the week, a new study finds.
"09.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Martin McGuinness's resignation means uncertainty for Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness has announced his resignation as Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland in protest at the Democratic Unionist Party's handling of a botched renewable energy scheme. The move, which came into effect at 5pm, means that Northern As of 5pm tonight, Northern Ireland has no Deputy First Minister - which means it has no First Minister.
Catch up on what's been happening here.
"09.01.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Sex education must be compulsory in all schools This week thousands of children go back to school to pick up their learning. They return to very different standards of local provision. And some of the biggest variations exist in the most challenging subject – learning about sex and relationships. They No more delays – sex education must be compulsory in all schools
"09.01.2017 18:00:01" inews.co.uk How to make a career change in 2017 - practical tips I work with lots of people who are changing career for a host of personal and professional reasons. Let's look at how you go about this. Fancy a change of career?
1. Be clear about what you want
2. Explore your options
3. Research and reality check
4. Close the skills gaps
5. Promote yourself
"09.01.2017 17:40:58" inews.co.uk Martin Shkreli joins Twitter ban list after messages to reporter Martin Shkreli, who became notorious after hiking the price of a drug used to treat HIV-positive patients, has had his Twitter account suspended. The former pharma executive was accused of harassing the freelance journalist Lauren Duca. Ms Duca received a Former pharmaceutical boss, Martin Shkreli, has been banned from Twitter after messages to a female journalist.
The journalist, Ms Duca, received a direct message on Twitter inviting her to be Mr Shkreli's date to Donald Trump's inauguration.
"09.01.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Mental health: ministers warned teachers are 'on the edge' Ministers are being urged not to overlook the growing issue of poor mental health among teachers after Theresa May pledged to provide greater support to pupil's mental well-being. The Prime Minister yesterday announced that secondary school teachers would Theresa May has pledged to provide greater support to pupil's mental well-being, but what about teachers' mental well-being?
"09.01.2017 17:04:52" Martin McGuinness resigns as Northern Ireland deputy Martin McGuinness has resigned as Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland.
The Sinn Féin MLA has quit in protest of an energy scheme scandal that has dominated Northern Irish news for a month.
"09.01.2017 16:40:00" inews.co.uk Mental health: ministers warned teachers are 'on the edge' Ministers are being urged not to overlook the growing issue of poor mental health among teachers after Theresa May pledged to provide greater support to pupil's mental well-being. The Prime Minister yesterday announced that secondary school teachers would “We're now seeing a huge exodus from the profession because of their workload and the stress of it.”
"09.01.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hiddleston's Golden Globes speech was a masterclass in how not to accept an award - The i newspaper online iNews Winning a Golden Globe award for his performance as Jonathan Pine in The Night Manager was a great opportunity for Tom Hiddleston to sweep his ill-advised relationship with Taylor Swift under the carpet. Yet, all he managed to do with his acceptance "We were all having what they call a 'dirty beer' in humanitarian language."
"09.01.2017 15:20:01" inews.co.uk Strict, tedious uniform rules stand in the way of education When I was 12 or 13, a teacher stopped me in the crowded foyer of our school, pulled up her skirt so I could see her tights above her knee-high boots, and bellowed: “CAN YOU SEE ANY LADDERS HERE?” I had to admit that I couldn't, but was sporting a few of Headteachers argue that following tiny rules about uniform leads to discipline in other areas, a concept borrowed from the army. Yes, in a war, it's important to unquestioningly follow orders. Perhaps less so in education.
"09.01.2017 14:39:35" inews.co.uk Meryl Streep scores own goal with anti-sport prejudice In her most excellent trolling of Donald Trump and the reactionary tendency he represents the High Priestess of Tinsel Town, Meryl Streep, showed her own haughty disdain for a significant chunk of American society, the sporting community. Her Golden Meryl Streep's Golden Globes address hit so many top notes the high-handed dismissal of football (American) and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) jarred, revealing a casual prejudice not only against the sports identified but those who like to watch them.
"09.01.2017 13:20:00" inews.co.uk Read Meryl Streep's speech attacking Donald Trump in full Meryl Streep has been praised for a moving speech in which she attacked President-elect Donald Trump for humiliating a disabled reporter. The incident, she said, broke her heart. Although she did not directly refer to Mr Trump, the actress said that when Read the full transcript of Meryl Streep's Golden Globes speech
"09.01.2017 12:47:36" Ten years of the beloved iPhone Oh, how they've grown.
The iPhone has changed an awful lot since the first one was released ten years ago.
"09.01.2017 11:50:01" Timeline Photos Evan Rachel Wood has been to the Golden Globes six times, always in a dress. This time she decided to show young girls you don't have to wear one if you don't want to and took to the red carpet in a suit.
“I love dresses, I'm not trying to protest
"09.01.2017 11:10:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Hunt on NHS crisis: It's not just about funding Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said funding alone will not solve the problems faced by the NHS. An ageing population, “higher consumer expectations” and greater demand were some of the reasons the health service was under such strain, he said. Speaking Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said funding alone will not solve the problems faced by the NHS.
An ageing population, “higher consumer expectations” and greater demand were some of the reasons the health service was under such strain, he said.
"09.01.2017 10:30:00" Photos from The i Paper's post Hit two birds with one stone and mark the year of the rooster- and the upcoming inauguration of Trump- with one of this inflatable chickens designed to represent the incoming President.
The 16-foot inflatable Trump chickens, currently being manufactured
"09.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Drivers could be fined £60 for passengers littering Car owners could be fined up to £60 if litter is dropped from their car, whether or not they're personally responsible, according to reports Car owners could be fined up to £60 if litter is dropped from their car, whether or not they're personally responsible.
Councils will be able to set their own fines, but a popular model would see the charge rise to £200 if not paid within 28 days.
"09.01.2017 09:40:00" inews.co.uk Women do not delay motherhood to stay in education Women do not postpone motherhood because they want to stay on longer in college or university, research has shown. A new study has revealed that a woman's family background has a far greater influence on whether they decide to delay having their first Numerous studies in recent decades suggested the rising age of first time mothers was because they wanted to stay enrolled in education for longer periods of time, but new findings suggest a woman's family environment – defined as a combination of their
"09.01.2017 09:00:00" Meryl Streep Takes On Trump At Golden Globes Meryl Streep took on Donald Trump's mockery of a disabled reporter with this speech at last night's Golden Globes.
"Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."
"09.01.2017 08:30:01" inews.co.uk Teachers to be trained to help teenagers with mental health problems Teachers in every secondary school in England are to receive specialist training in spotting the signs that pupils are suffering mental health problems including self-harming, depression and anxiety. The initiative – to be announced on Monday by Theresa Teachers in every secondary school in England are to receive specialist training in spotting the signs that pupils are suffering mental health problems including self-harming, depression and anxiety.
The initiative – announced by Theresa May – follows
"09.01.2017 08:00:01" inews.co.uk Immigrants are not stealing our jobs, technology is What will all the new Uber drivers do when driverless cars make them redundant? What about Amazon delivery drivers? And Royal Mail posties? Not to mention the myriad other roles that may soon be replaced by humanless technologies? Now, we are not going to Immigrants are not stealing our jobs, technology is
"09.01.2017 07:51:57" inews.co.uk Consumer spending in December at its highest since 2014 By Suzie Neuwirth High street giants are expected to unveil bumper Christmas trading figures this week, as data reveals that December rounded off the strongest quarter for consumer spending since 2014. Marks & Spencer is set to show evidence of a Some good news for the economy: High street giants are expected to unveil bumper Christmas trading figures this week, as data reveals that December rounded off the strongest quarter for consumer spending since 2014
"09.01.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk A 'hard Brexit' is looming by 2019 Theresa May has signalled that she is preparing for a “hard Brexit” by pulling Britain out of the European Union single market by 2019. She stressed her commitment to regaining full control over immigration during forthcoming negotiations with EU leaders We'll be leaving EU single market by 2019.
"09.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk The Brexit problem is merely the tip of the iceberg for our PM It is strange that Theresa May's honeymoon period has lasted so long, given her abrupt ascent to power and the deep divisions scarring post-referendum Britain. There still feels something new and vaguely enigmatic about our prime minister, although she Theresa May must not be distracted by Brexit – there are far more profound problems to solve
"09.01.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk BBC uses 'misleading' loophole to avoid disclosing stars' pay The BBC has been accused of using a “positively misleading” loophole in order to avoid revealing the wages of some of its top stars. Last year, the Government ordered the publicly funded body to disclose the pay of its highest earners who make over BBC avoids disclosing full pay of stars with 'positively misleading' loophole
"09.01.2017 02:00:01" inews.co.uk Calls for Theresa May to give urgent help to 'crisis-hit' hospitals Theresa May is facing demands to deliver an emergency statement on health funding on Monday following a claim by the British Red Cross that hospitals face a “humanitarian crisis”. The charity's dramatic intervention added to the pressure on the government Calls for Theresa May to announce urgent help for 'crisis-hit' hospitals
"09.01.2017 00:01:00" inews.co.uk Five really easy ways to help ease your anxiety Nicky Lidbetter, the Chief Executive of Anxiety UK, explains five simple ways to manage anxiety and stress. Release your endorphins Exercise may have made it onto a seemingly increasingly insurmountable list of New Year resolutions, but taking up just one How to be less anxious in 2017:
1) Release endorphins through exercise
2) Cut down on sugar
3) Be compassionate - to yourself
4) Write your problems down
5) Give your brain some down time
"08.01.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hardy has feral charisma in pitch-black drama Taboo No one could accuse Taboo of not setting its stall out from the start. Within minutes of arriving back on Albion's shores, the hooded figure of Tom Hardy's returning anti-hero had buried a bag of treasure in a rain-lashed field, whipped the pennies from After a fair number of decorous, mediocre and formulaic dramas in the main channels' prestige slots, the BBC's new offering feels like a breath of plague-scented air
"08.01.2017 22:00:01" inews.co.uk Interpreting the Chatsworth landscape Country houses are typically filled with information for visitors, but what about their gardens? Chatsworth is aiming to teach more tourists about its park Chatsworth House is trying to teach visitors more about its beautiful landscape by asking them to 'interpret' the gardens
"08.01.2017 21:40:00" inews.co.uk 'I feel betrayed by my city' - a Brixton resident on the city's air pollution problem - The i newspaper online iNews Most of those shopping at Brixton market yesterday had no idea their neighbourhood is the most polluted in Britain. But the air pollution on Brixton's main high street is so bad that on Thursday night, just five days into 2017, it became the first place 'I feel betrayed by my city' – a Brixton resident on the city's air pollution problem
"08.01.2017 21:20:00" inews.co.uk For guaranteed winter sun, try Ras Al Khaimah in UAE There are few destinations seven hours away that offer unrivalled sun all year round. Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of them. Ras Al Khaimah yearly temperatures December – March: 25°C April – May: 30°C June – September: If you're looking for some serious winter sun, temperatures in beach emirate Ras Al Khaimah in UAE are at least 25°C right now
"08.01.2017 20:40:00" inews.co.uk The best podcasts for creative people We've rounded up some of the best podcasts out there - for crafters, artists, musicians, actors and writers. Ideal for listening to on the commute tomorrow, if you're so inclined.
"08.01.2017 20:20:00" inews.co.uk It's time to pull our finger out and sort out the air pollution problem - The i newspaper online iNews With its narrow street and tall buildings; the high-density population and the procession of red double-decker diesel buses passing through, Brixton's main drag is a recipe for air pollution. But even with this toxic combination of factors, the speed with It's time to pull our finger out and sort out the air pollution problem.
Brixton's air pollution problem is only the tip of an iceberg that runs across London and much of the country.
"08.01.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk A 'hard Brexit' is looming by 2019 Theresa May has signalled that she is preparing for a “hard Brexit” by pulling Britain out of the European Union single market by 2019. She stressed her commitment to regaining full control over immigration during forthcoming negotiations with EU leaders Theresa May has signalled that she is preparing for a “hard Brexit” by pulling Britain out of the European Union single market by 2019.
"08.01.2017 19:40:00" inews.co.uk Immigrants are not stealing our jobs, technology is What will all the new Uber drivers do when driverless cars make them redundant? What about Amazon delivery drivers? And Royal Mail posties? Not to mention the myriad other roles that may soon be replaced by humanless technologies? Now, we are not going to It's not just delivery drivers and super market workers, though. From banking to journalism, we are all being “dis-intermediated” by technology. It is – alongside the new realities of an ageing population – today's great unspoken truth: immigrants don't
"08.01.2017 19:20:00" inews.co.uk 10 things to watch on TV this week 1 The World's Most Extraordinary Homes Tonight 9pm, BBC2 If you've ever dreamt of building your own home in a remote pocket of wilderness, this could be the inspiration you need to go ahead and do it. Of course, if these examples are anything to go by, What we recommend you watch on telly this week
"08.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Is the NHS really in the middle of a humanitarian crisis? - The i newspaper online iNews Why did the British Red Cross step in to help the NHS? Red Cross chief executive Mike Adamson said charity staff have been deployed to help in hospital and provided transport for discharged patients. He warned that patients are being sent home without The state of the NHS has now been called a humanitarian crisis.
Red Cross staff are helping in hospitals and providing transport for discharged patients.
The charity's chief says patients are being sent home without clothes in some cases, with
"08.01.2017 18:40:01" inews.co.uk The vinyl revival offers hope to print magazines For those of us whose teenage years would have been incomplete without 7-inch records and roughly-hewn music fanzines it is painful to acknowledge that such items disappeared from many British households around the same time as the Artex ceiling and The sense of the old suddenly becoming new is a positive signal for other areas of traditional media. Not because vintage is cool. But because physical representations of contemporary culture can fill a void in the world of the modern youngster in a way
"08.01.2017 18:20:00" inews.co.uk The Brexit problem is merely the tip of the iceberg for our PM It is strange that Theresa May's honeymoon period has lasted so long, given her abrupt ascent to power and the deep divisions scarring post-referendum Britain. There still feels something new and vaguely enigmatic about our prime minister, although she IAN BIRRELL: Theresa May must not be distracted by Brexit – there are far more profound problems to solve
"08.01.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Where have all the men gone?' - Elaine Cassidy on No Offence Paul Abbott's fearless, female led police drama No Offence returned to our screens with a literal bang. We spoke to Elaine Cassidy about the show. A must-read for anyone currently enjoying No Offence on Channel 4
"08.01.2017 17:00:58" inews.co.uk Labour faces biggest by-election challenge yet in Cumbria Labour is aiming to put cuts to local health spending at the centre of its drive for votes in a daunting by-election battle where its slender majority is under pressure from the Conservatives. The campaign in the west Cumbrian constituency of Copeland, Labour is campaigning to hold on to the Brexit-supporting Cumbrian constituency of Copeland, which the party held by 2,564 votes at the last election.
If the party is defeated, it would be the first time since 1960 that the main opposition party has
"08.01.2017 16:12:57" We are live at The George Inn in London Bridge where dozens of people are parading for the Twelfth Night Celebrations to mark the New Year
"08.01.2017 15:35:14" inews.co.uk BBC uses 'misleading' loophole to avoid disclosing stars' pay The BBC has been accused of using a “positively misleading” loophole in order to avoid revealing the wages of some of its top stars. Last year, the Government ordered the publicly funded body to disclose the pay of its highest earners who make over Fiona Bruce, Evan Davis and John Humprys are among the BBC presenters earning over £150,000 who will not have to declare their pay packet publicly in a 'positively misleading' loophole
"08.01.2017 15:00:00" Theresa May denies 'muddled thinking' over Brexit PM Theresa May denies 'muddled thinking' over Brexit
"08.01.2017 14:17:11" Queen attends church again after heavy cold She's back in action.
The Queen has attended church for the first time since a heavy cold kept her away from services over the festive period.
"08.01.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk iQuiz: Test your general knowledge Put your thinking caps on. Here's the chance to test your general knowledge with our weekly iQuiz Put your general knowledge to the test in our weekly quiz
"08.01.2017 12:30:01" Timeline Photos The Queen has made her first public appearance since falling ill, attending a church service at Sandringham with Prince Philip
"08.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Pupils explain what they really want to be taught at school Politicians, education experts and teachers are constantly arguing about how best to teach children. In recent years, the school curriculum has been treated more like the specials board in a restaurant than the hallowed text it deserves to be. But has Politicians and experts are constantly arguing about how to best teach children.
But what do the children themselves want to be taught? We spoke to pupils across the country to ask them their views
"08.01.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk My husband was allowed to abuse me in court after I escaped from him Under current law, perpetrators of domestic violence can confront and question their victims in family courts. Abusers are allowed this direct contact with their victims as part of child custody applications. They can cross-examine them, even when One woman speaks about her harrowing experience having to confront her abuser in court:
'It was utterly horrendous, like torture. The court is meant to be there to protect vulnerable people yet, as you are trying to get that protection, the court is sat
"08.01.2017 11:00:01" inews.co.uk Talking to your smartphone will become the new normal You may not use yours much right now, but it's likely that many more of us will be interacting with our smartphones using voice commands in the future. By 2019, one fifth of user interactions with a phone will be through its digital assistant, according The concept of interacting with gadgets without needing to touch them is becoming increasingly popular.
Almost 40% of consumers in the UK and US have used their phone's digital assistant in the past three months
"08.01.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Mark Zuckerberg now wants to be president Mark Zuckerberg, it seems, wants to be President. He's a pre-eminent man – a billionaire before he was 25 – and he certainly has the money to mount a campaign. But there are clear reasons why it's a dangerous prospect. As media migrates from printing A president who controls Facebook would have the most powerful tool for censorship and dissemination of propaganda in the history of the world. That, bluntly, is why Zuckerberg's political ambitions are dangerous.
"08.01.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk 20 operations cancelled every day in Scottish hospitals More than 20 operations were cancelled every day in Scottish hospitals last year due to a lack of beds, staff or other resources on wards, according to an analysis of NHS figures. A total of 7,096 procedures had to be postponed between January and the end Have you been affected? Let us know about your experiences in the comments below.
"08.01.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old? You might be able to spell Mississippi, but can you keep up with the brightest young spelling talent in the UK?
"08.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Full-time volunteering could be the future for young people At present, full-time volunteers are classed as Neets (not in education, employment or training) and have no recognised legal status. If that changed, they could receive national insurance credits and continue to receive financial support if they happen
"08.01.2017 07:00:02" inews.co.uk Protests as construction work begins at Lancashire fracking site Anti-fracking campaigners staged a protest as construction work has started at a controversial shale gas site in Lancashire. Energy company Cuadrilla was given a go-ahead to drill wells and frack for gas at Preston New Road, Flyde, by Communities Energy company Cuadrilla was given a go-ahead to drill wells and frack for gas at Preston New Road, Flyde, by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid last October after the plan had been turned down by Lancashire County Council.
His decision was welcomed by
"08.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk The future is retro: inside the rising popularity of old technology Our affection for blocky, 8-bit graphics never really went away, it would seem.
"08.01.2017 05:00:01" inews.co.uk Cook for Syria: the chef-backed food movement making a difference The ongoing humanitarian impact of the civil war in Syria is almost too devastating to imagine. That's why publisher Serena Guen has, along with food editor and Instagrammer Clerkenwell Boy, spent the last three months working on a campaign which Guen explains that they chose to use Syrian cooking because they wanted to focus on a “positive aspect of Syrian culture”. “Food is all about sharing and it has no borders,” she says. “It's a great starting point for a much bigger conversation.”
"08.01.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk The public deserves to know more about Michael Schumacher's plight Michael Schumacher turned 48 behind a wall of silence. Three years after sustaining catastrophic head injuries in a skiing accident in France, none outside Schumacher's inner circle knows anything about his condition. We know that his vast wealth, reputed Michael Schumacher turned 48 behind a wall of silence. Three years after sustaining catastrophic head injuries in a skiing accident in France, none outside Schumacher's inner circle knows anything about his condition.
"08.01.2017 03:00:01" inews.co.uk Tilikum, killer whale from Blackfish, dies at SeaWorld Orlando A film about Tilikum, which featured footage to depict his “cruel treatment,” made a strong case against keeping killer whales in captivity.
"08.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Are you a budding pub quiz champion? Then try our fiendish iQuiz Put your thinking caps on.
"08.01.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Putin 'sought to help' Trump and discredit Clinton President-elect Donald Trump has insisted he won the election fairly after intelligence officials said in a report that Russia's president Vladimir Putin had interfered with the poll to aid the Republican candidate. Mr Trump initially denied any such President-elect Donald Trump has insisted he won the election fairly after intelligence officials said in a report that Russia's president Vladimir Putin had interfered with the poll to aid the Republican candidate.
"08.01.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk The best and worst consumer gadgets at CES 2017 Technology is a industry of two halves, and nowhere is this more evident than at CES, the world's largest annual consumer electronics trade show. Now in its 50th year, CES has become synonymous with being both a celebrated platform for everything "Now in its 50th year, CES has become synonymous with being both a celebrated platform for everything industry-defining in the field of gadgets, and as a showcase for ludicrous products and concepts that are unlikely to ever make it into shoppers' hands.
"07.01.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk More than a year after Hatton Garden burglary, woman realises she lost £7 million Imagine not realising you had lost £7 million worth of gold in the infamous Hatton Garden heist until more than a year after the raid. That is what one unidentified woman is claiming following the trial of the men who targeted the vault in London's famous Around 5,000 items, including valuable pieces of jewellery and diamonds, were recovered by police from burglars who drilled a hole through cement and used a hydraulic pump to force their way into a basement where safe deposit boxes were being held.
"07.01.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Ethiopian girl band Yegna loses millions in British foreign aid funding An Ethiopian girl band has lost its UK foreign aid funding after criticism over a grant reportedly worth millions. Pop group Yegna use music to promote female empowerment in Ethiopia. They were described as “Ethiopia's Spice Girls” by the Daily Mail in a Overall, the government had planned to give Girl Effect, the organisation which created Yegna, £11.8m between 2015 and 2018.
"07.01.2017 21:00:01" inews.co.uk Chris Froome diplomacy betrays uneasy alliance with Team Sky boss "Froome is still the leader of this team and as a three-time Tour winner and defending champion, speaks not only for Team Sky but the sport as a whole. That is a responsibility from which there is no escape. And he feels it."
"07.01.2017 20:00:01" inews.co.uk We need satire like The Real Housewives of Isis more than ever It's hard to stand out on television anymore. And it's particularly hard for new comedy shows to stand out. There's an impatience with television comedy that does not seem to apply to other genres: if you're not falling off your sofa or tweeting a Next week's episode looks ahead to Afsana weeping over her husband's obsession with his 40 virgins, while Zaynab's husband buys her a “new chain” to keep her close to the cooker.
"07.01.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Five really easy ways to end up with more money in 2017 You could be thousands of pounds better off.
"07.01.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Netflix: the best shows to look forward to in 2017 Looking ahead to the coming twelve months, it's set to be even bigger. Nothing to watch at all? Better call Saul.
"07.01.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway board game firm issues 'unreserved' apology for glitch The company behind Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway board game has apologised “unreservedly” following complaints that it included incorrect answers to quiz questions. The game, which ties in with the popular ITV entertainment show hosted by Anthony So it wasn't a post-truth board game then....
"07.01.2017 16:58:49" inews.co.uk Russian hacking: The facts minus the bias Barack Obama says we've seen “data theft and disclosure activities… directed by the highest levels of Russian government”. Donald Trump says it is a “witch hunt”. He says the Democrats have shown “gross negligence” by allowing their servers to be hacked. An explainer for people who tried to follow it but got sick of all the anger and mudslinging.
"07.01.2017 15:49:55" Taboo starts tonight on BBC1 at 9.15pm. Tom Hardy stars. There's more about it here.
Who is excited?
"07.01.2017 15:11:25" inews.co.uk The 20 things I have learnt as a parent of toddler twins Sam Avery is a stand up comic and father of twins. Here he recounts some of the things he's realised in the past year. 1. People who say you should 'enjoy every single moment of parenthood' are at best, unrealistic and at worst, morons. 2. It's easy to This from Sam Avery Comedian is very honest and funny.
"07.01.2017 14:30:08" inews.co.uk Mark Zuckerberg is positioning to be President - that's really very dangerous Mark Zuckerberg, it seems, wants to be President. He's a pre-eminent man – a billionaire before he was 25 – and he certainly has the money to mount a campaign. But there are clear reasons why it's a dangerous prospect. As media migrates from printing A president who controls Facebook would have the most powerful tool for censorship and dissemination of propaganda in the history of the world. That, bluntly, is why Zuckerberg's political ambitions are dangerous.
"07.01.2017 13:56:08" inews.co.uk Fort Lauderdale airport shooting suspect identified as Iraq veteran The suspect in a shooting at an airport in Florida in which five people were killed has been identified as 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, a decorated Iraq war veteran and security guard living in Anchorage, Alaska. Santiago was detained after the attack The suspect in a shooting at an airport in Florida in which five people were killed has been identified as 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, a decorated Iraq war veteran and security guard living in Anchorage, Alaska. Santiago was detained after the attack
"07.01.2017 13:00:01" inews.co.uk Lord Heseltine fined £5,000 for knocking down cyclist - The i newspaper online iNews Conservative peer Lord Heseltine has been fined £5,000 for knocking a cyclist off his bike. The former deputy prime minister pleaded guilty to a charge of careless driving when he appeared at Northampton Magistrates' Court yesterday. In a statement after Conservative peer Lord Heseltine has been fined £5,000 for knocking a cyclist off his bike.
Heseltine, 83, who had been driving a green Jaguar car, pulled out of a lane and into the path of the cyclist on the B4525 near Thenford in Northamptonshire on 19
"07.01.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hardy's Taboo: everything you need to know The actor's new eight-episode TV series is set to be a must-see. Game Of Thrones and Peaky Blinders fans - your new favourite show starts tonight.
"07.01.2017 12:35:00" inews.co.uk How a lonely horse called Bob got a new tail The UK hair-extensions industry is believed to be worth as much as £60m, according to the most recent figures available – but of the thousands of swishy manes being paraded around Britain, only one is being donned by a once-tailless horse named Bob. A Bob was shunned by his stablemates because he had no tail. But now.... he has extensions.
"07.01.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk What it's like being a pet concierge Simon Brooks is dog-mad – which means his role at PetsPyjamas.com is more of a hobby than a job. He landed the position of pet concierge after taking his whippet, Monty, to puppy classes at the company's Shoreditch HQ. “I was keen to work somewhere that Simon Brooks gets to test out new destinations and negotiate exclusive package deals to find the perfect getaway for dog-lovers and their pooches.
"07.01.2017 11:10:35" Timeline Photos The Red Cross has stepped in to help the NHS in England cope with winter pressures, warning of a "humanitarian crisis"
Two patients died in the same accident and emergency department in the last week. Overflowing A&E departments shut their doors to
"07.01.2017 10:40:09" Timeline Photos The cartoon in the i today
"07.01.2017 10:15:00" inews.co.uk 'Everything else in life disappears' - riding the Dakar Rally Despite frequent brushes with death, Chris Cork always returns to the Dakar Rally, his eyes on the prize of a place in the famous race. “It's a motorcyclist's Olympic games, Everest and World Cup rolled into one”
What it's like to take part in the Dakar Rally
"07.01.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Pupils told us what they really want to be taught at school Politicians, education experts and teachers are constantly arguing about how best to teach children. In recent years, the school curriculum has been treated more like the specials board in a restaurant than the hallowed text it deserves to be. But has One pupil said: "We should be taught life skills, things that we will need to know when we are older. How to manage our finances, how to take care of paying our bills.
"You need to know what is taught in school, but it would be good to be taught things
"07.01.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Silver-haired superman: Ed Whitlock, 85, runs sub-four hour marathons While millions will this weekend climb into their Lycra and running shoes in pursuit of new year resolutions and shrinking waistlines, Ed Whitlock will be taking a break. Three months ago, the London-born mining engineer took to the streets of Toronto to The octogenarian Anglo-Canadian, who began his running career pounding cross-country courses in his native Kingston upon Thames and ran a 4:34 mile as a schoolboy, has become something of a running phenomenon in his later years.
"07.01.2017 07:00:01" inews.co.uk Do the honourable thing and quit: Tory's plea to anti-Brexit mandarins Civil servants who cannot accept the vote to leave the European Union should take the “only honourable option” and resign their posts, a senior Conservative MP has said.
"07.01.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Netflix: what to look forward to in 2017 From supernatural love-letters to esoteric sci-fi, Netflix became a genuine powerhouse of modern television last year. Looking ahead to the coming twelve months, 2017 is set to be even bigger. Here are the best new and returning shows to watch out for. The best new and returning shows to watch out for.
"07.01.2017 04:00:01" inews.co.uk Stop mythologising Charles Manson It's what he wanted from the beginning.
"07.01.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: How 2017 are you? We've rounded up the best predictions from trend forecasters ranging from the seasoned Marian Salzman to relative newcomers like Pinterest.
"07.01.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk This former police officer is fighting to save seahorses from extinction in Cambodia All alone? There's plenty of fish in the sea… Perhaps not. A British conservationist is leading the fight to save seahorses from extinction in Cambodia. Paul Ferber previously worked as a police officer in Whitehaven, Cumbria, but has lived on Ach Seh Paul Mr Ferber and his team confronted illegal fishermen alone, armed only with “a slingshot and a bunch of rocks”.
"07.01.2017 01:00:02" inews.co.uk Arnie's catchphrase on The Apprentice is better than 'You're fired' Much better.
"07.01.2017 00:15:00" inews.co.uk Motivational podcasts to help you get through January Contemplating a month of austerity and restraint after four weeks of excessive eating, drinking and spending can cast an anxious cloud over January. However, one of the brilliant things about podcasts is they create a space to escape into when it all gets Essential listening.
"06.01.2017 23:45:01" inews.co.uk Kate Beckinsale interview: 'People decided I was a bimbo long ago' After 25 years in the business, Kate Beckinsale has realised that she might have a perception problem. “It suddenly occurred to me that I never chose a persona as an actress,” she says when we meet in West Hollywood. “And if you don't decide your persona, “It suddenly occurred to me that I never chose a persona as an actress. And if you don't decide your persona, certainly back when there wasn't social media, people would decide it for you based on a patchwork of things.“