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"26.04.2017 16:45:07" inews.co.uk This man just walked 400 miles to protest against Heathrow's expansion A man who lives in one of the villages that stands to be partially destroyed by the construction of Heathrow's proposed third runway has completed a 400-mi Neil Keveren's village would be partially destroyed by the construction of Heathrow's proposed third runway. So he walked 400 miles from London to Edinburgh in protest.
"26.04.2017 16:00:00" Woman cries as she is interviewed about foodbanks A woman who has 'worked her whole life' and uses foodbanks cried as she was interviewed by Victoria Derbyshire this morning.
It comes as the number of people using foodbanks has hit record levels.
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"26.04.2017 15:15:00" inews.co.uk Jeff Goldblum: the enduring appeal of Hollywood's charming geek A combination of charm, style and a voice that could enchant the grumpiest velociraptor has made Jeff Goldblum an enduring icon. The man. The memes. The sausage truck.
"26.04.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk School forced to shorten day due to funding cuts A school in Birmingham has been forced to shorten the day in an attempt to make savings due to “challenging” cuts to its funding. Selly Oak Trust School ha Selly Oak Trust School will cut the school day by 30 minutes in a bid to reduce costs
"26.04.2017 14:00:00" PM mocks Abbott for sharing 'I Like Corbyn But' website Theresa May mocked Diane Abbott for directing her Twitter followers to a website called 'I Like Corbyn But...' during PMQs today.
The website answers potential questions of doubt about Corbyn as a leader and explains his position on key issues.
"26.04.2017 13:00:10" inews.co.uk Tips on how to get a five-star Uber rating - from an Uber driver For as long as Uber's been around, the compulsion for passengers to find out what their drivers have rated them has existed. Although riders also have the Fun fact: Uber drivers won't pick you up if you're a 4.2 or lower.
"26.04.2017 12:15:04" inews.co.uk Chechyna's persecution of gay men didn't arise from nowhere The detention, torture and killing of queer men in Chechnya is not going away any time soon. In fact, it might be getting worse. The British Foreign Office Chechnya has been a problem for years
"26.04.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Greens would 'scrap tuition fees' and pay with corporation tax The Green Party would scrap university tuition fees in England if the party was elected to Government in the 2017 General Election. Greens co-leader Jonath The proposed policy is about “investing in the next generation”
"26.04.2017 10:45:00" inews.co.uk Vicious rumours, sexist comments and harassment: life as a female councillor in the UK One in 10 female councillors has been sexually harassed by a fellow councillor, a survey has found. Sexism is “commonplace” in local government, according One in 10 female councillors has been sexually harassed by a fellow councillor
"26.04.2017 10:08:43" Caroline Lucas talks to the i We are live with Caroline Lucas, co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, to talk about the general election. Leave any questions you have for Caroline below.
"26.04.2017 09:45:00" Timeline Photos Labour want to scrap tuition fees for student nurses and midwives if they come to power.
Student nurses and midwives, our politics editor really wants to hear from you.
Do you think this policy will restrict numbers and cost too much, or do you think
"26.04.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk St Andrews is the third best university in the UK The University of St Andrews has seen off some of the world's leading institutions to be named as the third best university in the UK, according to indepen St Andrews scored highly across the board, putting it 20 places above Edinburgh and 33 places ahead of Glasgow
"26.04.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk More BBC bosses paid over £150,000 despite 20% reduction pledge The number of BBC senior managers earning more than £150,000 has increased despite a corporation pledge to cut the figure by 20%, the National Audit Office The number of BBC senior managers earning more than £150,000 has increased
"26.04.2017 07:45:00" inews.co.uk Newspaper front pages, 26 April 2017 i's splash reveals that a majority of the British public wants Theresa May to go head-to-head with her rivals in live TV debates during the election campai Several papers splashed on news that police say they are close to “learning what happened to Madeleine McCann"
"26.04.2017 07:02:21" inews.co.uk Policy plans bite the dust in pre-election scramble Controversial moves to require small businesses to file tax returns at least four times a year have been shelved ahead of the general election. The plans h Time is running out for this government: check here for all the laws they're rushing to get through in the next few weeks.
"26.04.2017 06:19:23" inews.co.uk Brits are fascinated by the Macrons' age gap but the French don't care When it comes to private morality, the French do things differently, and, to my liberal mind, much better. What goes on behind closed doors stays there, an Their first public embrace was when she kissed him, aged 14, after he'd performed in the school play!
Three years later, he declared that one day he would make her his wife, even though she was already married with children!
Zut alors, as they don't
"26.04.2017 05:09:46" inews.co.uk Rules are rules, so let Sharapova play - and get beaten She's back. But Maria Sharapova's peers are not happy that the confectionery tycoon, former world No 1 and convicted doper, should be able to waltz back in A court says she didn't intend to cheat - but some of her rivals are still pretty miffed.
"26.04.2017 04:28:15" inews.co.uk Global race on to create world's first 'exercise pill' It is every couch potato's dream - and no doubt the odd fitness fanatic's fantasy too. US scientists claim they are one step closer to creating an "exercis “Ultimately, the goal of our research would be to create a pill that mimics the effect of exercise and protects against obesity."
"25.04.2017 23:41:51" inews.co.uk What porn insiders think of Netflix's new docu-series Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On explores the modern porn industry. But what do the professionals think about it? "It's like any industry - with good and bad sides."
"25.04.2017 22:21:38" inews.co.uk Sir Elton John recovers from deadly infection and thanks well-wishers Sir Elton John said he was "overwhelmed with gratitude" towards well-wishers after he spent two nights in intensive care with a potentially deadly bacteria Some good news!
"25.04.2017 21:16:27" inews.co.uk How Edinburgh could become the UK's unlikely film-making capital There are signs that Edinburgh, home to the world's oldest continually running film festival, is slowly becoming a film-making destination. Hollywood to Holyrood?
"25.04.2017 20:44:38" inews.co.uk Donald Trump abandons plans to make America (not Mexico) pay for the wall The call and response became a hallmark of Donald Trump's campaign as he travelled around the United States giving speeches to packed rallies last year. Wh Remember the wall?
"25.04.2017 20:42:51" inews.co.uk Bob Paisley: the quiet genius who became British football's greatest manager The claim on the cover of Quiet Genius: Bob Paisley, British Football's Greatest Manager may raise a few eyebrows, but it's accurate. Over 535 games as Liverpool FC manager he won 20 trophies, equating to one every 26 matches.
"25.04.2017 19:55:36" inews.co.uk Scottish Parliament condemns rape clause as 'morally unacceptable' The Scottish Parliament has demanded an immediate end to the Government's so-called “rape clause” policy, describing the measure as “morally unacceptable” As she sought to defend the policy, Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson was repeatedly heckled by MSPs shouting “disgrace”.
"25.04.2017 19:12:45" inews.co.uk 'This is the first time I can vote - and it will be wasted' Although he has established a petition with almost quarter of a million signatures demanding political leaders introduce proportional representation to "Ma “What happens now in the UK elections is that the more extreme views are left to fester outside Parliament in the shadows where there's no responsibility to any constituents and no chance to challenge it.”
"25.04.2017 18:16:35" inews.co.uk Seven myths debunked before you panic about North Korea (again) For a few decades now, North Korea has popped up in the news at least once every few months with a new apocalyptic threat. Aside from the odd goofy picture Kim Jong-un isn't an evil genius who wants to destroy the world.
He's a weak leader at the head of a terrified elite that clings to nuclear weapons so it doesn't end up in the Hague or worse.
"25.04.2017 17:30:12" inews.co.uk Wikipedia's news site will face the same pitfalls as every other news site Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has the right intentions in launching a crowd-funded, community-driven news website to promote “evidence-based journalism” The news is not inherently broken: it is the internet that has broken the news. And it can't be fixed by yet another online news outlet claiming it holds the key to the truth.
"25.04.2017 16:39:01" inews.co.uk Theresa May: We want to lead the world in preventing tourism Theresa May told an audience in Wales that she wants Britain to become world leaders in "preventing tourism" as she continued to take her campaign around t “We want to lead the world in preventing tourism, but also in fighting against modern slavery," she accidentally said.
"25.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The end of the 9 to 5 If we use "9 to 5" as shorthand for a fixed pattern of around 40 hours per week, its viability starts to look increasingly shaky. "One day we're going to look back at 9 to 5 and we're going to think about it in the way we currently do about child labour in the 19th century.”
Do you agree?
"25.04.2017 15:30:00" Timeline Photos The Shadow Business Secretary on Good Morning Britain: “I voted against Brexit. But I am a democrat."
The Shadow Business Secretary's iPad:
"25.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Tories heading for first majority in Wales in democratic era' Labour, the party of Keir Hardie and Nye Bevan which has won general election majorities in Wales since 1918, is facing the prospect of being overtaken by Labour could be overtaken by the Conservatives as the largest Welsh party for the first time in the democratic era
"25.04.2017 14:15:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hardy chases robber and makes a citizen's arrest Going into 'superhero' mode is not something many of us can remember doing recently. It's a different matter, of course, if you're Tom Hardy. The actor, wh Tom Hardy jumped over walls, through gardens and a building site in his pursuit of a young moped thief before performing a citizen's arrest
"25.04.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Justine Greening job 'at risk' in Cabinet reshuffle Justine Greening's role as Education Secretary is under threat as rumours continue to grow that Theresa May is planning a Cabinet reshuffle of key position Justine Greening's role as Education Secretary is under threat as rumours continue to grow that Theresa May is planning a Cabinet reshuffle
"25.04.2017 12:45:59" inews.co.uk Ukip spokesman James Carver resigns over proposed 'burka ban' A Ukip MEP has resigned as spokesman because of the party's pledge to ban burkas in public places. James Carver, who represents the West Midlands at the Eu James Carver is to stand down as Ukip's Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman, saying that he “strongly disagreed” with the “misguided policy” to outlaw burkas in public places
"25.04.2017 12:18:00" inews.co.uk Labour is heading for council election hammering, say polling experts Labour is set to lose hundreds of seats across the United Kingdom in next week's council elections, according to new forecasts from polling experts. Losses Labour could lose 75 council seats in England in the contests on 4 May, more than 100 in Wales and is heading for “disaster” in Scotland
"25.04.2017 11:33:14" inews.co.uk Brassed Off: a miner masterpiece with a powerful message One of those films that deserves greater recognition, this is a portrayal of what happens when a community's heart is ripped out. "People matter." Twenty years on, that message is still all too relevant.
"25.04.2017 10:46:00" inews.co.uk Lib Dems break convention to field candidate against John Bercow The Liberal Democrats have defied tradition by fielding a candidate against the Commons Speaker John Bercow. Sarah Lowes will stand against Mr Bercow - who The main political parties do not usually challenge the Speaker – who chairs debates and is politically impartial – because he or she is deemed to be above party in the Commons.
"25.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk What the iPhone 8 will look like, according to experts and insiders Come September, we'll have another new iPhone, and if rumours prove true, it'll be the most radical redesign in three years. Ever since the iPhone 6/6 Plus No home button, wireless charging, and more
"25.04.2017 09:20:47" inews.co.uk Channel 4 adverts to address viewers directly by their name - scary? At last, an advert that really speaks to you. Channel 4 will screen the first advert to target viewers and address them directly by name. A new interactive Oh. Uh... thank you?
"25.04.2017 08:40:07" inews.co.uk Foodbank use rises to record levels The number of people using foodbanks has risen to record levels according to figures that highlight the increasing desperation of deprived families. Annual The number of people using foodbanks has risen to record levels
"25.04.2017 08:10:00" Drone Delivery - i sponsors Characters on Dave #ionDave Metropolitan Police Service to tackle drone deliveries to prisoners. Have you seen our latest ident? i sponsors Characters on Dave #ionDave
"25.04.2017 07:45:00" inews.co.uk Line of Duty writer on Bafta snub: I'm too busy to sit on award panels Jed Mercurio, the Line of Duty creator, has hit back after the hit drama was snubbed at the Baftas - the writer said he has a busy career, unlike those who "These things are decided by juries of however many people, who happen to be free at that time. I've never been so lacking in work that I've been able to go along and take part in a jury.”
"25.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Why our electoral system is a joke The thing that irritates me most about politics is the shifting arguments – how politicians shamelessly change positions to suit their immediate needs, mak The system disadvantages almost everyone voting for a smaller party.
"25.04.2017 06:31:07" inews.co.uk Paper round up: Brexit, shark attack & GPs fail cancer patients On Tuesday, seven days since the snap General Election first caught the country on the hop, i's front page focuses on Labour's Brexit strategy, which will We've rounded up the front pages so you can take the temperature of the news coverage from around the political spectrum on the run up to the General Election - is this useful? Do you like these kind of stories? If so let us know either below in the
"25.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Marine Le Pen 'leaves' the Front National Marine Le Pen, one of two candidates in the French presidential election run-off in two weeks, has stepped down as the leader of Front National. She claime The leader of the Front National - and daughter of its founder - has apparently left Front National.
"25.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Little Boy Blue does justice to Rhys Jones's grieving family Just two months after the gritty retelling of the kidnapping of Shannon Matthews in The Moorside comes another devastating drama of a community gripped by The united passions felt by a community coming to terms with the murder of an innocent boy on their doorstep left fans in tears.
"25.04.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn commits Labour to repealing 'vicious' trade union laws Jeremy Corbyn has committed himself to repealing “vicious” trade union legislation as a top priority for an incoming Labour government as he began to set o “You are our DNA," he told trade union members.
"25.04.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk New fungus-farming ant species named after Radiohead A new species of ant found in the Venezuelan Amazon has been named after the rock band Radiohead “in honour of their music and contribution to conservation Now that's a Creep-y crawly.
"24.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Outlast 2: the horror game inspired by cults and religious extremism Few people sound so happy to inspire terror as Philippe Morin. But then his studio are responsible for the grisly, gory Outlast series. "Hearing the screams was really satisfying"
Philippe Morin - Red Barrels
"24.04.2017 21:34:09" inews.co.uk Labour ready to rip up Great Repeal Bill and seek single market deal Labour would make access to the single market - and not ending freedom of movement - its key objective in talks over Britain's departure from the European Wondering what Labour's take on Brexit will be?
They're about to announce it - and it will focus on getting a good trade deal rather than on reducing immigration.
"24.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Stephen Graham on Rhys Jones drama Little Boy Blue Stephen Graham plays Detective Superintendent Dave Kelly in Little Boy Blue, based on the crime that shook Liverpool to its core. Did you catch Little Boy Blue tonight on ITV? We spoke to Stephen Graham about his personal connections to the story at its heart
"24.04.2017 20:15:00" inews.co.uk Dragon's blood could be a powerful weapon against killer superbugs Dragon's blood has emerged as a powerful weapon against killer superbugs. A new drug based on Komodo dragon blood could provide a cure for antibiotic resis Komodo dragons, in addition to being terrifying, have germ-killing blood.
"24.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk London's big restaurant brands are moving north - here's why In recent years, successful London restaurant operators have seemed increasingly keen to expand outside the capital. Manchester and Edinburgh especially have seen an influx of London chains in recent years.
"24.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Pound drops against the euro as Macron looks set for victory in French election Investors are upbeat about Macron's chances of beating far right candidate Le Pen in the French general election The euro is back as investors reckon Emmanuel Macron is the man to hold France (and the EU) together.
"24.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Prison Break season five: back on form after a lengthy stretch away Prison Break has returned to our screens after an eight-year absence - and it's surprisingly good. It seems there are exceptions to the rule of TV comebacks.
"24.04.2017 17:58:17" inews.co.uk Ten seats where Brexit could make all the difference on election day The reverberations from the Brexit referendum are likely to be felt on general election day - nearly a year after voters took the historic decision to leav In Vauxhall, Labour's Kate Hoey is a strong Brexiteer in a constituency where 78 per cent of people went Remain.
In Walsall, David Winnick warned Brexit would be disastrous - but 68 per cent of his constituents disagreed.
"24.04.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Sophie Walker and Philip Davies' first debate: how they fared Sophie Walker and Philip Davies have had the first of what could be many stand-offs to come in the run-up to the general election. The leader of the Women' In one corner, the Tory MP who filibustered a bill against domestic violence because it focused on women too much.
In the other, the leader of a new feminist political party who wants his seat.
"24.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Don't blame France's left for having to hold its nose to vote for the establishment The horseshoe theory states that in politics, the extreme left and right of the political spectrum are closer to each other than the sensible centre-left a Left-wing French voters won't go for Marine Le Pen's ethnonationalism.
But they'll vote for former investment banker Emmanuel Macron because they have to, not because they want to.
"24.04.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk Simon Kelner: I distrust anyone who is thought of as a “character”. Ilie Nastase has proved me right One of my favourite tales from the old days of sport is almost certainly apocryphal, but is nevertheless worth airing again. It concerns Ilie Nastase, who, The charge sheet for Nastase included racism, sexism, sexual harassment and verbal abuse. Bear in mind, also, that he was the Romanian team captain.
"24.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Nearly 160,000 more overseas citizens registered to vote since 2015 GE The number of British people living abroad who are registered to vote in the 2017 General Election has increased by around 159,000 since the last election 158,000 more overseas citizens have registered to vote since the 2015 general election
"24.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Communist Party will not field candidates, urges voters to back Labour The Communist Party has announced it will not field any candidates in the General Election, and is encouraging voters to support Labour for a "left-led Gov The Communist Party has announced it will not field any candidates in the General Election, and is encouraging voters to support Labour
"24.04.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk Ben Goldacre on tactical voting: Help the people grow up The popularity of tactical voting in the run up to the 2017 General Election is because politicians have turned into "toddlers" who cannot compromise, says The popularity of tactical voting in the run up to the 2017 General Election is because politicians have turned into “toddlers” who cannot compromise, says academic Ben Goldacre
"24.04.2017 14:00:23" inews.co.uk The SNP needs and wants a Tory election victory The calling of a General Election by the Prime Minister may have caught everyone by surprise but it does not change the fundamentals of the current politic The SNP needs and wants a Tory victory in this General election.
Because what the SNP really wants is the destruction of the Labour Party.
"24.04.2017 13:15:00" Philip Davies declared himself a feminist Philip Davies declared himself a feminist 'by definition' on the Victoria Derbyshire show today.
It comes 24 hours after the leader of the Women's Equality Party, Sophie Walker, said she would be running against the Conservative MP in Shipley.
"24.04.2017 12:29:27" inews.co.uk Unelected Theresa May's TV debate rejection will not help voter complacency An empty chair in place of the Prime Minister would be a sorry symbol of our democracy The Prime Minister's "authoritarian stance" on TV debates is "a clear snub to broadcast media"
"24.04.2017 11:45:00" inews.co.uk Asma al-Assad: Syria's British-born first lady She has been called a "cheerleader for evil" by Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi. The First Lady of the Syrian regime, now facing calls to be stripped of her bRITISH Everything you need to know about Asma al-Assad: Syria's British-born first lady
"24.04.2017 11:00:00" Labour MP says he would kill Isis leader Labour MP Andrew Gwynne says given the chance he would kill Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
"24.04.2017 10:01:00" Fallon: Corbyn's view on ISIS "staggeringly irresponsible" Michael Fallon says Corbyn's comments on defence on The Andrew Marr show yesterday were "staggeringly irresponsible"
"24.04.2017 09:35:00" Timeline Photos We're looking to create a Facebook group for interested readers where we can learn more about what you want to hear about this election, what's happening in your constituency, and discuss our coverage without clogging up your newsfeed. If you'd be
"24.04.2017 09:14:04" inews.co.uk How Farron, May and Corbyn voted on key women's issues The big three party leaders talk a lot, but actions speak louder than words. How the party leaders voted on the tampon tax, abortion laws, equal pay and more
"24.04.2017 08:10:00" inews.co.uk General Election politics: what you might have missed over the weekend If you're interested in politics, but similarly interested in putting your phone down and having a life on the weekend, then this one is for you. Over the Four new bank holidays pitched by Labour, the Greens get tactical, and the return of the guillotine? This is what happened in general election news over the weekend.
"24.04.2017 07:20:40" inews.co.uk Meet the barber who is changing the way men talk about mental health As the royals called for mental-health taboos to be broken, Chloë Hamilton talks to Tom Chapman, recent winner of an award for helping barbers encourage me This barber is turning barbershops into safe, non-judgemental spaces for men to talk about mental health.
"24.04.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Macron and Le Pen win first round, according to projected results THE centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have won the first round of voting in French presidential elections, according to projected French elections: Macron and Le Pen win first round
"24.04.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk How a Tory landslide could cause problems for May You know it's shaping up to be an odd election when a 40 point lead can be described as a disappointment. This is the news the Prime Minister awoke to over For Theresa May, the real challenges will begin after the General Election
"23.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk The Durrells charms both sides of Brexit Britain I suspect that the nation was in even more need of a good dose of escapism than usual this weekend – so the return of The Durrells was perfectly timed. The The Durrells returns – offering earthy, evocative charm for both sides of Brexit Britain
"23.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Why local issues, not general elections, are the talking points in my village pub - The i newspaper online iNews Chloe Hamilton visits her local pub to find the election leaves people cold. I'm sat in a village pub in rural east Cambridgeshire talking about politics. Why local issues, not general elections, are the talking points in my village pub
"23.04.2017 21:02:00" inews.co.uk Line Of Duty episode five recap - and things you might have missed Roz resorted to a shocking new strategy, as the past came back to haunt AC-12.
"23.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Macron and Le Pen win first round, according to projected results THE centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have won the first round of voting in French presidential elections, according to projected French elections: Macron and Le Pen win first round, according to projected results
"23.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Few things are inspiring as watching a human phone box run a marathon One of the best quotes that came out after the BBC had spent millions of the public's money in securing the rights to Formula One in 2009 was from the wag London Marathon: BBC coverage a masterclass in getting people moving
"23.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk The fallout from this election will change all three parties Britain faces both the most important and the dullest election campaign for many years. It is the most important since Theresa May seeks a mandate to pull If this election seems dull and predictable, its impact (on both sides) will be anything but
"23.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Broadchurch composer Ólafur Arnalds on secrets & a fourth series The haunting soundtrack to Broadchurch has become an unlikely hit, racking up 13m digital streams. Now its Icelandic composer has revealed the drastic mea Broadchurch composer Ólafur Arnalds on keeping secrets and a fourth series
"23.04.2017 16:30:00" Corbyn on whether he would use drone to target ISIS leader Corbyn responds to Marr on whether he would use a drone to target ISIS leader:
"Is the objective to start more strikes that may kill more innocent people - as has happened. Or is the objective to get a political solution in Syria?"
"23.04.2017 15:53:58" inews.co.uk Philip Davies hits back after Women's Equality Party challenge Philip Davies has hit back at Sophie Walker after the leader of the Women's Equality Party said she would be running against the Conservative MP in Shipley "I have asked Sophie Walker on multiple occasions to give one quote from my 12 years as an MP where I have asked for women to be treated less favourably than men and she hasn't been able to come up with one.
“All I have ever said – as people can see
"23.04.2017 15:30:00" Vince Cable: Tim Farron "struggling with his conscience" Vince Cable: Tim Farron is "struggling with his conscience" over gay marriage
"23.04.2017 14:47:12" inews.co.uk Issue of gay sex continues to dog Farron Tim Farron is continuing to be dogged by questions about gay sex with his position on homosexuality once again threatening to eclipse media coverage of oth Asked once again on ITV's Peston on Sunday if he thought gay sex was a sin, the Liberal Democrat leader told the former BBC economics editor: “I've been asked this question loads of times over the last few days and I have been clear even in the House of
"23.04.2017 12:53:38" We are live with Alarum Theatre Company's poet Heather Wastie and writer/performer Kate Saffin as they recreate the workboat journeys of women in WW2.
Starting from Old Ford Lock, we'll be making our way towards Limehouse.
2017 marks the 75th
"23.04.2017 11:03:01" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn on Isis and nuclear weapons Jeremy Corbyn has sought to clarify his views on security following a searing attack by Sir Patrick McLoughlin, the man running the Conservative election c He made clear his views on nuclear weapons, saying he wanted to achieve a nuclear-free world and added: “Any use of nuclear weapons is disaster for the whole world. I think we should look at the process by which we achieve peace and security.
"23.04.2017 08:31:26" inews.co.uk Local election pact: Ealing Greens stand aside to help Labour MP win In a bid to prevent splitting the vote and allowing a Conservative victory, the Green Party have said they will not field a candidate in the constituency o In a bid to prevent splitting the vote and allowing a Conservative victory, the Green Party have said they will not field a candidate in the constituency of Ealing Central and Acton to enable current Labour MP Rupa Huq a better chance of once again
"23.04.2017 07:31:20" Timeline Photos Labour has pledged to create four new UK wide bank holidays on the patron saint's days of each of the nations.
Under Jeremy Corbyn, there would be public holidays on St David's Day (March 1), St Patrick's Day (March 17), St George's Day (April 23) and
"23.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Fake news 'flooding France ahead of presidential election' There are similarities with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as France heads to the polls
"23.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk i's 2017 election manifesto Britain's political parties will eventually get around to releasing manifestos, telling you precisely what you're voting for. Here at i we can beat them to In case you missed it, we've come up with our very own manifesto for covering the general election
"23.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk If you ever wonder why abused women don't leave, look at this picture We've posted this before, but we think it's important.
"22.04.2017 22:59:00" inews.co.uk Lost Festival of Britain sculpture found strewn in hotel garden A unique sculpture which welcomed visitors to the Festival of Britain, believed lost forever since the 1951 event, has been discovered strewn in the garden of a London hotel.
"22.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk The Sun issues apology to Ross Barkley for Kelvin MacKenzie column calling him a gorilla While The Sun apologised to Barkley for comparing him to a gorilla it made no reference to MacKenzie's comments about the people of Liverpool, where there are now growing calls for a boycott of the paper.
"22.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Dennis Skinner on the real reason Theresa May has called an election Ten minutes on the phone to Labour MP Dennis Skinner, and we've already covered the 1974 election, how Clement Attlee beat Churchill, the successes of the “I don't believe this fairy story put forth by Tedious Theresa”
"22.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Can you name these South Americans who played in the Premier League? Can you name the player tackling Zinedine Zidane?
"22.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham: Player ratings Here's who impressed as Chelsea Football Club made it to the The Emirates FA Cup final
"22.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Eight of the most inspiring London Marathon runners On Sunday morning, thousands of runners will head to the start line of the 2017 London Marathon. To get you feeling suitably enthusiastic to cheer them on On the eve of the 2017 London Marathon, we look back at some of the most inspiring runners to take on the 26.2 miles
"22.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk What no one tells you about running a marathon You finally took the plunge and entered a marathon. You've got your training schedule and some fancy new running shoes. But that's definitely not all there With the London Marathon just a day away, here's what no one tells you about running 26.2 miles...
"22.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The Irish sports fanatics changing the podcast game Second Captains is a lot more than a hit podcast. It's a trailblazer. Eoin McDevitt tells i about its origins and what the future holds. How to make a hit podcast - the Second Captains way
"22.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk How £10,000 invested in 1983 would be worth £322,000 today - if you'd invested like this If you'd spent the last 30 years tracking the FTSE, you'd have made a very decent return now. "It's been a rollercoaster of a ride for most investors, but one that ultimately delivered a good return"
"22.04.2017 14:00:26" inews.co.uk Ilie Nastase in astonishing tirade at journalist after making racist comment about Serena Williams Ilie Nastase faces an investigation by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) after making an apparently racist comment about Serena Williams' pregnancy before launching an astonishing tirade on the British journalist who reported it.
"22.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Top Gear was very different when it started The long-running motoring show has changed dramatically over the years. Top Gear is 40 today. And it all started with Angela Rippon in a Ford Capri.
"22.04.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Britain makes coal history today: first day without coal in 150 years For the first time since the industrial revolution, Britain's power stations won't be burning a single lump of coal today, National Grid has forecast. Envi For the first time since the industrial revolution, Britain didn't burn a single lump of coal yesterday
"22.04.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Lone Scherfig says she feels safer, politically, in Denmark Lone Scherfig is the Danish director who keeps making hit British films – namely An Education, One Day and The Riot Club. Her latest, Their Finest, is a dr “We have many problems in Scandinavia," says Lone Scherfig, "it's not as good as it was in the happy, privileged 1960s. I think where you are, you have better actors, writers, and locations and a fantastic work ethic, but I still feel that, politically,
"22.04.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Tories play down talk of tax rises if they win general election The Conservatives have sought to play down suggestions they are planning tax rises should they win the general election. Chancellor Philip Hammond has hint Sources insisted no decision had yet been made on whether to drop the 2015 Tory manifesto pledge not to raise income tax, VAT or national insurance
"22.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Tim Burgess on the joy of record shops A committed vinyl fan, Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess talks about the record shopping that inspired his recent book Tim Burgess talks to us about the pleasures of vinyl. Happy Record Store Day!
"22.04.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Malcolm in the Middle: where are they now? What seemed at first glance to be a disposable American sitcom soon revealed itself to be clever, heartfelt, and very funny. Before Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston played another unstable father with a bacon obsession.
"22.04.2017 08:30:00" inews.co.uk How Tees Valley became the dark horse of devolution - The i newspaper online iNews The Tees Valley became the dark horse of devolution when council leaders in Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, and Stockton-on-Te How Tees Valley became the dark horse of devolution
"22.04.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk When Theresa May met Tim Farron in the 1992 election - The i newspaper online iNews He was a 21-year-old university graduate who had fronted a New Romantic pop band. She was 36 and head of European affairs at the Association for Payment Cl We dove into the archives to find out exactly what happened the last time Theresa May faced Tim Farron: in a the North West Durham constituency back in 1992
"22.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Challenges await the Tees Valley mayor along the North Sea coast road - The i newspaper online iNews On a windswept beach near Hartlepool, a man is throwing a stick for his terrier to chase into the North Sea. The sand beneath its paws is stained black wit Challenges await the Tees Valley mayor along the North Sea coast road
"21.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Classic British dramas you can watch on Netflix Here's seven of the best to watch this weekend. Timely satires, gripping thrillers and escapist feel-good fare.
"21.04.2017 22:00:00" Timeline Photos This week's cartoon from Ben Jennings is definitely not advocating genocide either
"21.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Unforgettable: this trashy thriller is so bad it's good If you're nostalgic for the sort of psycho thriller that Hollywood used to churn out on a regular basis in the '90s, then this is for you. File under 'very guilty pleasure'
"21.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk When Theresa May met Tim Farron at the 1992 election - The i newspaper online iNews He was a 21-year-old university graduate who had fronted a New Romantic pop band. She was 36 and head of European affairs at the Association for Payment Cl When Theresa May met Tim Farron at the 1992 election
"21.04.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May using 'bogus arguments' about Brexit to justify early election, says Tim Farron - The i newspaper online iNews Theresa May is using “bogus arguments” about Brexit to justify holding an early election designed to capitalise on Labour's weakness under Jeremy Corbyn, T Theresa May using 'bogus arguments' about Brexit to justify early election, says Tim Farron
"21.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Purdah: Why the people who know the most must say nothing A month before the election, the Civil Service shuts up shop. It enters a state called "purdah" during which all civil service staff must make sure no publ A month before the election, the Civil Service shuts up shop. This is why the people who know the most have to, suddenly, keep silent.
"21.04.2017 17:45:00" Labour MP calls Sky presenter to account for bias 'This is outrageous. You're supposed to be holding him to account!'
Labour MP calls Sky Presenter to account for bias towards Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith.
"21.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Why Theresa May doesn't want her hard Brexit agenda scrutinised For a leader who likes to project strength, Theresa May has been made to look decidedly fragile by the row over TV debates. Why is she so shy when it comes "Back in 1992 when we were candidates together in Durham, Theresa May found ourselves in complete agreement – when she called out the sitting MP for failing to show up to debates"
"21.04.2017 16:15:00" Timeline Photos In case you were wondering how the general election is going in Scotland, here's a photo of the Scottish Lib Dem leader battling a sheep in Fife.
"21.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk In three days more than 100,000 young people register to vote More than 100,000 people under the age of 25 have registered to vote since Prime Minister Theresa May announced three days ago that she would call the Gene If anybody tells you young people aren't engaged with politics, show them this
"21.04.2017 14:44:34" inews.co.uk Former Labour candidate berates Tories for 'dog whistle' tactics A former Labour candidate in one of the UK's most diverse communities has decided against standing for Parliament in June because of the Conservatives' "un Uma Kumaran won't be standing for her seat in June. Her reason? The effect the Conservatives' “unashamedly religiously divisive” tactics in 2015 had on her family.
"21.04.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk Trust me: earning £70,000 a year definitely makes you rich I didn't arrive into a newsroom buoyed by financial privilege like some of my friends did. When I applied to journalism school, I had two institutions to i John McDonnell is right: £70,000- even in London- makes you rich
"21.04.2017 13:07:26" inews.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn's 10 pledges to transform Britain Labour's election campaign co-chair Andrew Gwynne said the party "absolutely are ready" for the snap poll, which they had been planning for ever since Ms M Security at work, security in healthcare, security for the environment and more
"21.04.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk PFI schools hit with '£8k bill for a blind and £2k for a tap' The problem is being blamed on schools being tied down to contracts under Private Finance Initiatives Schools are being forced to pay thousands of pounds to have everyday items replaced such as window blinds and taps
"21.04.2017 11:35:13" inews.co.uk My Worst Date: 'I knew I was going to pass out and maybe wet myself' From the plain awkward to the downright harrowing, every day, all around us, bad dates are happening to good people. As the saying goes, though, comedy is I knew it was going to be a bad date when I looked at the empty cup in my hand and wondered if I could urinate in it without her noticing.
"21.04.2017 10:50:00" inews.co.uk Nelly Furtado: 'It was overwhelming trying to keep it all together' There is no linear trajectory to Nelly Furtado's career. The bouncy folk-pop of her first single, “I'm Like A Bird”, ubiquitous upon its release in 2001, q I'm like a bird, I'm gonna fly awaaaay... to Ripley?
"21.04.2017 10:05:26" inews.co.uk Gina Miller raises £189,000 in two days for tactical election voting Gina Miller has raised more than £189,000 in two days to support a tactical voting drive in the General Election "to stop Extreme Brexit". She is on track Gina Miller has raised more than £189,000 in two days to support a tactical voting drive in the General Election “to stop Extreme Brexit”
"21.04.2017 08:20:00" North Korea - i sponsors Characters on Dave North Korea commences missile tests. Have you seen our latest ident? i sponsors characters on Dave #ionDave
"20.04.2017 21:49:37" inews.co.uk Champs Elysees shooting: facts minus speculation The incident - At least one attacker opened fire on police officers on the Champs Elysees. - One officer was killed during the incident. The Interior Minis Facts are still emerging from the shooting in Paris, and a motive is still unclear
"20.04.2017 21:02:00" inews.co.uk Born to Kill review: Jack Rowan is electrifying as a teenage psychopath Channel 4's dark new drama made an immediate impression.
"20.04.2017 20:17:24" inews.co.uk Theresa May stands by pledge to cut migration to 'tens of thousands' By Nigel Morris and Richard Vaughan Theresa May is set to repeat the Conservatives' commitment to cutting net annual migration to tens of thousands in the Speaking in north London, May said: “We want to see sustainable net migration in this country. I believe that sustainable net migration is in the tens of thousands."
"20.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk The food research hub challenging the way we dine out Edinburgh Food Studio is a restaurant that's not really a restaurant. "Food is culture, in a way. It's meeting people, having a connection with people you don't even know."
"20.04.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk Remoaners, tactical voting, political betting: why the general election isn't a done deal - The i newspaper online iNews So Theresa May wants to crush the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn wants to punish Mike Ashley, and people up and down the country are complaining about being ign The general election is not a done deal, so let's stop talking about it like it is
"20.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk It's time to make Northern Ireland's abortion laws an issue This year marks the 50th anniversary since the introduction of the Abortion Act. This general election, one unresolved issue in Ireland should be the focus of all parties; a 150-year-old abortion law that fails women and their families.
"20.04.2017 17:15:00" Sturgeon challenges Davidson over rape clause Nicola Sturgeon challenged Ruth Davidson over her support of the 'abhorrent' rape clause
Read more here: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/nicola-sturgeon-challenges-ruth-davidson-support-abhorrent-rape-clause/
"20.04.2017 16:30:00" Sturgeon sneaks up behind BBC Scotland News reporter Nicola Sturgeon photobombed a BBC reporter while he talked about how difficult it will be for her party to win 56 seats in Westminster again.
Read more here: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/shes-behind-nicola-sturgeon-sneaks-behind-bbc-reporter/
"20.04.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Dennis Skinner on the real reason Theresa May has called an election Ten minutes on the phone to Labour MP Dennis Skinner, and we've already covered the 1974 election, how Clement Attlee beat Churchill, the successes of the “I don't believe this fairy story put forth by Tedious Theresa."
Dennis Skinner wants you to know exactly why the general election is happening.
"20.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Local anti-Tory election pacts could oust sitting Conservative MPs Labour and the Liberal Democrats have rejected a call from the Green Party for an election pact in an attempt to shut the Conservatives out of power. But i Local parties are striking the strategic voting deals that the party leaders refused to make
"20.04.2017 14:15:00" inews.co.uk FMQs: Nicola Sturgeon turns tables on Ruth Davidson FMQs is supposed to be an opportunity for the leaders of Scotland's opposition parties to grill Nicola Sturgeon on the issues of the week. But during the f Usually, FMQs exists to grill Nicola Sturgeon.
This week, it was the First Minister who wanted answers.
"20.04.2017 13:27:11" inews.co.uk All the MPs who won't be running again The snap election has forced many MPs to confront a question they weren't expecting to have to answer until 2020: five more years? For some, whether becaus Don't worry guys, Ken Clarke and Dennis Skinner still appear to be running
"20.04.2017 12:11:34" PM seen off from Bolton with rude hand gesture The PM was seen off from a Labour-held village in Bolton with a very rude gesture following her first campaign speech...
"20.04.2017 11:31:49" Timeline Photos Douglas Carswell standing down - not running for Clacton
- here's part of his statement
"20.04.2017 10:29:07" inews.co.uk The incredible life of India's first female physician Anandibai Joshi When Anandibai Joshi's son died, he was just 10 days old. She was just 13 years old herself. Joshi was heartbroken. It depressed her further knowing that h Sad, inspiring and fascinating. #TBT
"20.04.2017 10:04:18" inews.co.uk We are not calling for genocide, says the Daily Mail The Daily Mail has responded to criticism of its "Crush the saboteurs" front page by confirming that "neither the PM nor this peace-loving paper proposes g “Neither the PM nor this peace-loving paper proposes genocide," the Mail reassures us.
"20.04.2017 09:11:48" inews.co.uk Fly to Singapore for under £180 Passengers will be able to fly directly to Singapore for less than £180 from September as budget carrier Norwegian expands into Asia for the first time Fro Woop!
"20.04.2017 07:36:04" inews.co.uk Nigel Farage: I may stand for Ukip - and if I do I will win Nigel Farage will decide over the next few days whether he will stand as a candidate for Ukip in the general election. The former leader of the Eurosceptic What do you reckon to Ukip this time around? Particularly interested in hearing from those who supported Ukip in the last elections
"20.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Where the party leaders stand on key issues Brexit Theresa May has made no secret of her original opposition to Brexit despite becoming the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50. She voted in favour o Where Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron stand on the NHS, Trident and same-sex marriage.
"20.04.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk From Chester to Croydon, where the election will be won and lost The political parties will focus their efforts on around 100 marginal seats which will hold the key to general election victory or defeat. If the opinion p The seats that hold the key to general election victory or defeat
"20.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May could ditch foreign aid spending target in Tory manifesto Theresa May has signalled that David Cameron's commitment to steadily increase Britain's foreign aid spending could be abandoned or watered down in the Con Other policies inherited from her predecessor which could be scrapped include the triple-lock guaranteeing pension rises and his pledge not to raise income tax, VAT or national insurance.
"20.04.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk The 40 seats to watch in the general election Theresa May has called the election with her party in a seemingly impregnable position in the polls. On average the most recent poll from each major pollin Many of the seats are to be found where England's large metropolitan centres give way to suburbia and the countryside – eight in London, six in commuter territory in the North of England, and five in the West Midlands. Others are in such smaller towns and
"20.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Empty chair' Theresa May over debate no-show, broadcasters told Broadcasters have been urged to “empty chair” Theresa May after the Prime Minister ruled out taking part in televised a leaders' debate during the general Jeremy Corbyn threw down the gauntlet to Theresa May to agree to televised debates, which he said were “what democracy needs and what the British people deserve”.
"19.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Virgin passenger's reusable coffee mug refused on safety grounds A Virgin Trains attendant refused to serve coffee to a passenger in his reusable travel mug because it had not been 'risk assessed'. Peter Kohler was on hi A Virgin spokesperson said: “Safety is our paramount concern and the rules we have in place at the moment on the east coast route are there to avoid our people and customers being burnt by hot liquids. We're currently reviewing these to ensure that people
"19.04.2017 22:15:00" inews.co.uk How Joel Robles can improve to become Everton's long-term goalkeeper When we see a more relaxed Joel Robles holding better positions we will see a keeper looking like the long-term answer to Everton. David Preece on Everton Football Club's goalkeeping situation
"19.04.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk The Transfiguration: Let The Right One In fans will be right at home This clever blend of indie coming-of-age drama and horror movie is a terrific debut feature. The same vampire-and-friend dynamic. But with the genders reversed - and the New York projects as its backdrop.
"19.04.2017 21:12:13" inews.co.uk Confessions of a Junior Doctor is essential viewing for voters ahead of the general election “The NHS is run on goodwill,” said junior doctor Holly in the first episode of Channel 4's Confessions of a Junior Doctor, which was filmed at the height o This series should be essential viewing for voters ahead of June's snap general election. It laid bare the crisis within the NHS, and it is impossible to imagine how the organisation can survive in its current state. Our health service needs
"19.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk The best Game Of Thrones substitutes on Netflix HBO's acclaimed epic isn't back until July. But these terrific dramas might tide you over. Missing Game Of Thrones? These might help.
"19.04.2017 20:25:05" inews.co.uk Matt Berry on 'The Philanthropist' and why he doesn't like comedy Matt Berry, the comic actor best known for playing foghorn-voiced, priapic, attention-seeking characters like Steven Toast in Toast of London, Beef in Hous “As soon as I get the sense that someone is 'doing a funny', then I'm embarrassed and I have to get out. I can't stand it. I'd rather not have anything to do with it.”
"19.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk Murder in Successville: behind the scenes of the bizarre sitcom According to Davis, his desire to make guests laugh is partly inspired by Morecambe and Wise. The improvised comedy involves blindfolding celebrities like Lorraine Kelly
"19.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Brenda from Bristol is no hero Does anything sum up the simplistic, puerile nature of modern discourse more than the emergence of Brenda from Bristol as the woman who speaks for a nation Simon Kelner writes: "I would rather the world-weary Brenda from Bristol didn't become the emblem of Mrs May's snap election. There is indeed a lot of politics around, Brenda, and we're all the better for it."
"19.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk MasterChef's most disastrous dishes Experimenting with a new dish in front of friends can be a stressful experience, so it's no surprise that cooking in full view of the entire nation can lead to disaster. Remember 'sausage three ways'?
"19.04.2017 18:00:00" Timeline Photos Do you turn 18 this year but miss your chance to vote in June's General Election? We want to hear from you - get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
"19.04.2017 17:30:00" Why your eyes widen when afraid and narrow when disgusted Why do our eyes widen when afraid and narrow to slits when we're disgusted?
There's much more to it than expressing emotion, research suggests.
"19.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk The ugly side of beauty advertising Blink and you'd have missed it (I guess there were other things going on), but a beauty brand has got egg on its face over a misleading mascara advert. Rim "Cara Delevingne is undoubtedly beautiful, but she helps girls to believe you don't have to fit into a fake-tanned, hair-extensioned mould to be attractive."
"19.04.2017 16:35:00" inews.co.uk The 13 MPs who voted against holding an early general election MPs have overwhelmingly voted in favour of holding a general election on 8 June, three years ahead of schedule. There were 522 'ayes' and 13 'noes' - inclu Among the 13 MPs to vote against the motion were nine Labour politicians.
"19.04.2017 16:00:00" Timeline Photos MP Debbie Abrahams mentioned that today's debate on Personal Independence Payments cuts has been cancelled due to the general election.
The debate was to discuss changes to the disability benefit that provides funding for people with long-term health
"19.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Environment must not be overlooked in election The General Election starting pistol's been fired and the coming weeks are set to be dominated by Brexit and issues like the NHS, education and our economi It's unlikely that most political parties will put the environment centre-stage in their campaigns, says the head of Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, but our environment is crucially important for us all.
"19.04.2017 15:00:00" Timeline Photos 18? Missed your chance to vote in the EU referendum but plan to vote in June? We want to speak to you - get in touch at email@example.com
"19.04.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Gina Miller launches crowdfunding campaign to 'stop extreme Brexit' Businesswoman Gina Miller has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £10,000 to support a tactical voting drive to stop "Extreme Brexit". Ms Miller, who Businesswoman Gina Miller has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £10,000 to support a tactical voting drive to stop “Extreme Brexit”
"19.04.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk How Zoella could save Jeremy Corbyn According to both pollsters and popular opinion, there is no way that Jeremy Corbyn can win the general election. YouGov's latest poll has only 23 percent The group least likely to vote is young women aged 18-24. This group also makes up the largest percentage of Zoella's viewers.
"19.04.2017 13:00:00" Labour MP John Woodcock: I will not vote for Corbyn Corbyn himself 'doesn't think he's fit to be Labour leader' despite 'saying differently in front of the cameras', says Labour MP John Woodcock.
"19.04.2017 12:30:00" Dennis Skinner warns of "squalid" Conservative election campaign Labour MP Dennis Skinner tells the PM he will witness the "most squalid election campaign" of his lifetime if Conservative MPs investigated for expenses are allowed to run as candidates.
"19.04.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk George Osborne quitting as an MP 'for now' George Osborne has announced he is stepping down as an MP - but hinted he could make a political comeback at a later stage. "At the age of 45, I don't want George Osborne: 'At the age of 45, I don't want to spend the rest of my life just being an ex-Chancellor. I want new challenges'
"19.04.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Six reasons why Theresa May could have gone for an early election Massive opinion poll leads Since arriving at Downing Street, Mrs May has enjoyed a remarkable honeymoon with the voters. The Tories have gained opinion pol Theresa May had many reasons to call an election. One might be to get rid of election fraud claims from 2015.
"19.04.2017 10:30:00" Gove: Lib Dems have used 'every trick in the book' with Brexit Michael Gove: Lib Dems 'using every trick in the book to frustrate the democratic will of the people' is reason for June election.
"19.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Tony Blair: This situation is unprecedented and dangerous The Prime Minister has called the election for two reasons. Firstly, the state of the Labour leadership offers such an obvious target that it would be an e 'We risk a Parliament which is lop-sided in its make-up; which has a big Tory majority – in part delivered not because of the intrinsic merits of Brexit or the Tories themselves but because of the state of Labour; where they will claim a mandate to take
"19.04.2017 09:15:01" inews.co.uk PM says no to TV debates: 'I debate Corbyn every week' Prime Minister Theresa has confirmed she will not take part in any televised debates in the run up to the general election on 8 June. She said she preferre When asked whether she was afraid to debate with Jeremy Corbyn on live TV, she told Radio 4's Today programme: “I debate with Jeremy Corbyn every week in the House of Commons.”
"19.04.2017 09:12:39" Timeline Photos We're publishing i's election manifesto tonight. 5 key commitments. Perhaps more - we welcome views on how the media should cover #GeneralElection #GE2017
"19.04.2017 08:31:00" inews.co.uk John McDonnell: 'Rich who earn above £70,000 a year will pay more tax' Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said if Labour comes to power they would introduce a "fair taxation system to pay for our public services" and will be Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said if Labour comes to power they will introduce a "fair taxation system" that would ask anyone earning above £70,000 to "pay their share" for public services
"19.04.2017 07:45:00" Photos from The i Paper's post A selection of #generalelection front pages today. There's been some discussion about the Daily Mail's 'Crush The Saboteurs' line. Are there any papers you think did the story justice - or a disserve - in their coverage?
"19.04.2017 07:15:00" inews.co.uk Tim Farron: My party is the only true opposition at this election Walking holidays in the beautiful Welsh countryside have been known to offer space for reflection and pause. Clearly this is no different for our Prime Min Tim Farron makes the case for the Lib Dems in i
"19.04.2017 06:45:00" inews.co.uk Forget the mantra 'time is money' - it's all about how to manage your attention now Since before the Industrial Revolution, time has been the engine of progress, but in the new knowledge economy it's about attention The takeaway points from this #longread on time in the workplace:
1. Do less by asking the right question: ask which activity is the best use of your attention that day.
2. Be fully present: when you put a phone on the table in a meeting, the other
"19.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk This general election will just sow discord and reopen old wounds Only last week, a well-connected political insider told me that the reason Theresa May wouldn't go for an early general election was not because she'd alwa “There is division,” she said. No, there's not. There's opposition.
"19.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk How Theresa May performed her election U-turn in less than a month All talk of an early general election was being ridiculed by Theresa May's closest allies less than a month ago. According to one senior source, the mood c According to a Tory source, not a single minister spoke out against the move.
"19.04.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk In Lancashire, voters are tired of elections We like pie in Lancashire. It must be contained in a pastry, with a tasty meat-based filling we can relate to and ideally accompanied by gravy. Just not ev There have been few signs that voting has had any real impact on their lives, and so disillusionment with the promises of politicians is at all time high.
"18.04.2017 23:31:09" inews.co.uk For Yorkshire, the election will be a test of Northern Powerhouse idea The snap election will be a chance for the people of Yorkshire to test Theresa May's support for the Northern Powerhouse agenda inherited from her predeces Two years on, the men who made those promises to Yorkshire have gone and have been succeeded by a Prime Minister and Chancellor who seem less enthusiastic about the Northern Powerhouse concept.
"18.04.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Born to Kill: a dark coming-of-age drama with murder on its mind Starting on Channel 4 this week, chilling drama Born to Kill follows Sam, a teenager wrestling with his murderous desires. This dark drama could fill a Broadchurch-shaped hole in your life.
"18.04.2017 20:52:00" inews.co.uk This election isn't just about Brexit for Labour. It's about the NHS, housing and more This election is a fight for the future of Britain, not just about Brexit negotiations. For most people there are pressing concerns beyond Brexit that Cons This election is a fight for the future of Britain, says Labour's John Healey.
"18.04.2017 20:15:26" inews.co.uk Election is Osborne's nightmare - but could be Balls' opportunity The surprise early election leaves a succession of prominent political names - inside and outside Parliament - facing big decisions about their future. The Possible outs: George Osborne, Ken Clarke, Dennis Skinner.
Possible ins: Ed Balls, David Miliband, Nigel Farage.
"18.04.2017 20:13:11" Timeline Photos Wednesday's front page of i. Special edition - what this means for Britain's future
"18.04.2017 19:45:00" inews.co.uk Vince Cable: Why I'm standing again I am limbering up for my 10th General Election and am optimistic that I can win back Twickenham for the Lib Dems. It was tempting to give up in 2015: go of Look who's back:
"18.04.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Tory MPs could face expenses prosecution before June election Up to 30 people could face charges over Conservative breaches of election spending rules in 2015, according to the Crown Prosecution Service. The MPs and a Some Conservative MPs could face prosecution while campaigning for re-election.
"18.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Every summer blockbuster of 2017 - and when you can watch them Here's every major summer blockbuster, complete with alternative tag-lines. It's that time of year when epic action movies and assorted popcorn fodder hit the big screen.
"18.04.2017 17:49:00" inews.co.uk Women paid for austerity - they will not pay for Brexit This General Election is a chance for voters to choose something new. 'Our party will assess whether the final Brexit deal offeres a better future for all' This General Election, the Women's Equality Party will be fighting to ensure women's voices are heard, says leader Sophie Walker.
"18.04.2017 17:48:22" Timeline Photos Promise to i readers here, from our Editor
"18.04.2017 17:22:59" inews.co.uk Without Jeremy Corbyn, Labour would be languishing, says Diane Abbott Diane Abbott has described Jeremy Corbyn as Labour's "best hope" ahead of a snap election at a time when the party is struggling in polls. Pointing to the Things would be much, much worse without Jeremy Corbyn - he's the only hope of victory, says Diane Abbott.
"18.04.2017 16:45:00" Diane Abbott: Corbyn will still be Labour leader June 9 Diane Abbott: Corbyn will be Labour leader - and also PM - come June 9.
"18.04.2017 16:15:00" inews.co.uk Lib Dem membership soars by 2,500 after general election announcement The party says it alone is actively opposing a hard Brexit. It wants a referendum on the final terms of the Article 50 negotiations. More than two thousand people joined the Liberal Democrats in the hour after Theresa May's snap general election announcement
"18.04.2017 15:30:00" Olympic rower says North Korea has a 'handle on obesity' Aspiring Conservative MP and Olympic rower James Cracknell said today that North Korea has a 'handle on obesity'.
A Sky news presenter pointed out that the country is suffering from starvation due to lack of food.
"18.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk May needs the support of 434 MPs to hold an election in June Some commentators still appear to be unaware of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act and think that the PM can call a "snap" election. It is no longer in the gif Theresa May cannot call a snap election. She still needs the House of Commons to vote in favour.
"18.04.2017 14:30:00" Timeline Photos On this day, in 1930, the BBC told listeners there was no news and played piano music instead.
"18.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk If it's 'not the time' for IndyRef2, how is time for an election? Theresa May's call for a General Election is the latest in a recent line of opportunistic political gambits by Tory leaders. There was David Cameron's poli If it's not the time for IndyRef2, then it's not the time for a General Election
"18.04.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk These 21 seats might prove important in the 2017 General Election On June 8, Britain returns to the polls for another General Election. Already political commentators, pollsters and strategists are hypothesising about who In these 21 locations a tactical swing from Labour to the Lib Dems, or the Lib Dems to Labour, could upset a Tory majority.
"18.04.2017 12:43:27" Not another one?!': Brenda from Bristol reacts to general elec... 'You're joking? Not another one!': Brenda from Bristol reacts to today's news.
"18.04.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk A snap general election could pose a dilemma for the SNP Theresa May's decision to call an early general election on 8 June caught everyone by surprise, including SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish First Mi It is difficult to imagine how the party will improve on 2015 – and if it loses seats, pro-Union parties will say it is a clear message against IndyRef2
"18.04.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Air Canada bumps 10-year-old from flight after overbooking Air Canada has apologised and offered compensation to a family after bumping their 10-year-old son from one of their flights due to an overbooking policy. Air Canada bumped a 10-year-old boy from one of their flights due to an overbooking policy
"18.04.2017 11:25:57" inews.co.uk All the times Theresa May said there would be no snap general election By Felicity Morse and Serina Sandhu On Tuesday morning Theresa May stood outside Downing Street and announced she would seek a snap general election on 8 J Hmmmmm.....
"18.04.2017 10:46:00" Theresa May calls snap election "I have just chaired a meeting of the Cabinet, where we agreed that the Government should call a general election, to be held on June 8."
"18.04.2017 10:08:45" inews.co.uk Theresa May to call snap general election Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election. There was anticipation over the unexpected statement outside Downing Street, which is onl Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election on 8 June
"18.04.2017 09:13:53" Prince William and Lady Gaga Talk Mental Health Prince William and Lady Gaga sat down to discuss the importance of ending the stigma around mental health.
"18.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Paupers' funerals rise by 50 per cent in four years The number of people who have paupers' funerals because they die penniless and without relatives to meet the cost is soaring across the UK. Councils have r Paupers' funerals rise by 50 per cent in four years
"18.04.2017 06:15:00" inews.co.uk North Korea will conduct missile tests on 'weekly basis' North Korea warned last night it will launch a “pre-emptive nuclear strike” to deter an attack by US military forces and missile tests will be conducted on North Korean senior official: We will conduct missile tests on 'weekly basis'
"18.04.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk Three-month-old baby questioned under suspicion of 'being a terrorist' "He's obviously never engaged in genocide, or espionage, but he has sabotaged quite a few nappies in his time." Three-month-old baby suspected of 'being a terrorist' summoned to US Embassy
"17.04.2017 21:22:42" inews.co.uk Broadchurch, the final episode, reviewed The clues had been there all along; it was a bag of bloodied twine and a football sock that eventually led the police to Trish Winterman's rapist. Or rapis Broadchurch, the final episode, reviewed: a grim end to a fiendishly plotted drama
"17.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk North Korea will conduct missile tests on 'weekly basis' North Korea warned last night it will launch a “pre-emptive nuclear strike” to deter an attack by US military forces and missile tests will be conducted on "We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis", says the Vice Foreign Minister.
"17.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Hashtag United: the amateur team with Premier League-size audiences They're a strictly amateur side who have hundreds of thousands of followers across social media, more than many Championship clubs “We're getting an average of three quarters of a million people at the moment who watch our games online which is more than some Premier League games – it's just ridiculous.”
"17.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Original Star Wars trailer was jeered reveals Mark Hamill A trailer for The Last Jedi, the next addition to the Star War franchise, sent fans into a frenzy of anticipation. But Mark Hamill has revealed that a teas Original Star Wars cinema trailer was jeered, reveals Mark Hamill
"17.04.2017 16:57:10" inews.co.uk World's most famous giraffe protectively kicks vet away from calf Standing at 5ft9 inches, April the giraffe's newborn boy started taking his first few steps just 30 minutes after he was born on Saturday. The wobbly steps The vet got a little too close for comfort.
"17.04.2017 15:56:07" inews.co.uk Resentment at Prince Harry's royalty isn't helpful for our wellbeing What does someone who needs help with their mental health look like? It looks like a soldier returning from war with PTSD. Or a new mum suffering with post Why empathy doesn't need a hierarchy and how resentment isn't helpful for anyone's mental health
"17.04.2017 14:30:00" inews.co.uk Scottish independence 'is getting less like a lost cause' - Brian Cox The actor Brian Cox has explained his support for a second independence referendum, saying the time is "ripe" for Scotland to go its own way. Brian Cox believes the time is "ripe" for Scotland to go its own way
"17.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Teach toddlers about LGBT+ issues, say teachers Toddlers should be taught about gay and transgender issues in nurseries, according to teachers. Members of the National Union of Teachers have demanded tha Teach toddlers about LGBT+ issues, say teachers
"17.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Police hunt suspect who killed man live on Facebook A suspect who posted a video on Facebook of a 74-year-old man being shot dead is the subject of police manhunt in Ohio. The minute-long video was up for se The minute-long video was up for several hours on 'Stevie Steve's' Facebook account and viewed thousands of times before it was removed.
"17.04.2017 12:10:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: are you smarter than an Eggheads question setter? Eggheads question writer Jo Dean poses 10 general knowledge questions. How would you fare as a contestant on the show? Can you answer these 10 questions from an Eggheads writer?
"17.04.2017 11:42:58" inews.co.uk Disabled teacher told she would be 'shot if she were a horse' A disabled teacher has spoken of how she was told by her school management that if she were a horse she would have been “taken outside and shot”. Catherine “I was told that if I were horse I would be taken outside and shot,” Ms Scarlett said. “I was jokingly told that I should get a catheter because the toilets at my school were up two flights of stairs.
The teacher, from the East Ridings in Yorkshire,
"17.04.2017 08:57:26" inews.co.uk Brian Cox on Scottish independence and his love-hate relationship with Russia "People go on about the Scottish influence, but it's even greater than I imagined," Brian Cox tells i from his adopted homeland of America. Brian Cox is suitably outspoken in his interview with the i.
“The whole zeitgeist with Brexit in the UK, and the clown here [US President Donald Trump] is just ridiculous, and it's all part of the same disease,” he says.
“Scotland is well clear of it,
"17.04.2017 08:12:19" inews.co.uk Prince Harry on counselling: I was close to a complete breakdown Prince Harry has spoken out about his struggle with mental health in an interview with the Telegraph, describing how he bottled up grief over the death of Prince Harry has spoken publicly about his mental health issues, saying he sought help after "two years of total chaos" in his late twenties
"17.04.2017 07:12:44" inews.co.uk Teachers turn to 'drink and antidepressants to cope with stress' Teachers are turning to drink and antidepressants in a bid to deal with the stress and workload of the job, a poll has shown. A consultation of nearly 5,00 Responding to the survey, one teacher stated that they had been “pushed to the point of suicidal tendencies” due to the stress of their job. “I lose sleep worrying. I feel guilty if I am off sick or not working evenings and weekends,” one teacher added,
"17.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Behind the 'copyright' row gripping New York On the eve of International Women's Day this year, a symbolic protest appeared just around the corner from Wall Street in Manhattan. In front of "Charging Fearless Girl is a powerful symbol - or a cynical advertisement for a trillion-dollar company, depending on who you ask.
"17.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk United changes staff seating policy after passenger dragged off flight United Airlines has changed its policy regarding the seating of staff members in what appears to be an effort to avoid future PR disaster. Crew members wil Crew members will now have to check into flights to avoid another Dr David Dao situation.
"17.04.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Poor half as likely to attend outstanding schools than wealthiest Poor parents are half as likely to get their child into a primary school rated outstanding by Ofsted compared with the wealthiest families, research has re Just 15 per cent of children from the poorest 30 per cent of families attend an outstanding school.
"16.04.2017 22:59:00" inews.co.uk Maigret's Night at the Crossroads - not too much grit or gloom, but a classy, conventional whodunnit If you've been finding the grit and gloom of Broadchurch and Line of Duty a bit overwhelming, ITV served up som emore old-school crime drama as the centrep The kind of classy but conventional whodunnit that ITV's been doing well for decades.
"16.04.2017 21:40:00" inews.co.uk Erdogan claims victory in referendum and prepares to abolish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has claimed victory in a referendum which will given him sweeping powers and potentially enable him to stay in office until 2029. With “April 16 is the victory of all who said yes or no, of the whole 80 million, of the whole of Turkey of 780,000-square kilometres."
But mostly, it is a victory for Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
"16.04.2017 21:02:00" inews.co.uk Line Of Duty episode four recap - and things you might have missed A couple on the edge, and an epic, twist-filled interrogation.
Line of Duty was as densely plotted as ever this week.
"16.04.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk Liberal Democrats call for Bashar al-Assad's wife to be stripped of British citizenship Liberal Democrat and Conservative politicians are calling for Asma al-Assad, wife of strongman Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad, to be stripped of her British Asma al-Assad was born and raised in Acton, West London, but married Bashar al-Assad in 2000 and has extensively used social media to sanitise his image.
"16.04.2017 20:15:00" inews.co.uk Britain's benefits capital poses a challenge for West Midlands Mayor Leonard Haye has grown cynical about all the commitments he has heard to create jobs and improve the quality of life in the most deprived pockets of inner The area's residents are patently struggling to feel any of the ripples from the boom in the city centre with its expensive canal-side apartments and chi-chi restaurants.
"16.04.2017 19:33:00" inews.co.uk Paupers' funerals rise by 50 per cent in four years The number of people who have paupers' funerals because they die penniless and without relatives to meet the cost is soaring across the UK. Councils have r The number of people who have paupers' funerals because they die penniless and without relatives to meet the cost is soaring across the UK.
"16.04.2017 18:50:00" inews.co.uk Line of Duty's Lee Ingleby: We get hooked on stories with a shock ending Lee Ingleby is in the Lake District when he calls me. He's about to film a night shoot and is looking out of his window at a low fell called Latrigg, which “I'm sworn to secrecy,” he says - so don't worry about spoilers for tonight.
"16.04.2017 18:15:00" inews.co.uk Foreign born teachers verbally abused after Brexit Nearly a fifth of teachers have witnessed foreign born colleagues suffering verbal abuse from pupils following the Brexit vote, a poll has shown. Research “With one in five teachers reporting witnessing or experiencing foreign-born colleagues being subjected to verbal abuse because of their nationality, it is also abundantly clear that urgent action is needed to demonstrate that such abuse is unacceptable
"16.04.2017 17:36:44" inews.co.uk Would I want to live to 117? Not if it means staying indoors and eating raw eggs, like Emma Moreno Signora Emma Moreno died in Piedmont, north-western Italy, on Saturday at the age of 117. The world's oldest living person, she was the last to be “officia She ate three eggs a day, two of them raw, at exactly the same time every day - for decades. Worth it?
"16.04.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk The eventful, tragic life of the man who inspired Withnail As Withnail and I turns 30, we explore the man who inspired the iconic title character. “He loved the film. He thought it was very true. But I think it also made him rather sad."
"16.04.2017 17:00:02" inews.co.uk Homeland: the questions still to be answered before tonight's finale Homeland has returned to form in its New York-set sixth season - but how will things resolve themselves in the finale? No spoilers here. Just questions about tonight's Homeland
"16.04.2017 16:26:05" inews.co.uk The best way to tackle Spice? Legalisation Reefer madness is back. Only this time, it has been rebranded. Now it is Spice Nightmare that is stalking our nation, as a sinister new drug turns poor and How much more damage must we see, before these befuddled people finally emerge from their stupor? asks Ian Birrell
"16.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Kelvin MacKenzie suspension 'took a bit too long to happen' "We've been calling for so long", Kenny Derbyshire tells me over the phone from Liverpool. It's first thing in the morning on Easter Sunday, but Derbyshire Hillsborough survivor Kenny Derbyshire on Kelvin MacKenzie: “The man is a disgrace to the human race to come out with comments like that the day before the anniversary, when the city is full of emotion.”
"16.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Theresa May's bland Christianity in Easter message strikes right tone Six out of ten Britons consistently describe themselves as Christians. But if, like me, or our Prime Minister Theresa May, you grew up in the church, there Theresa May's Easter message made headlines because Tony Blair's former spin doctor, Alastair Campbell, accused her of implying that God would have voted Leave. But the remarkable truth about May's Easter message was how bland it was.
"16.04.2017 15:00:16" inews.co.uk Hidden crypt containing remains of five Archbishops found A secret crypt containing the remains of five Archbishops of Canterbury has been found beneath a deconsecrated medieval church in London.
"16.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk 'I'm an NUT member and I want a grammar school in every town' A teaching union activist described how he needed a “thick skin” and was often confronted with “frank views” after he told an audience at the National Unio Aleksander Lukic, who is a member of the NUT and who stood as a UKIP candidate at the 2015 General Election, said he would like to see a grammar school in every town, although he was aware he was in the “clear minority of opinion”.
"16.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Britain 'to lose EU crown jewels' in Brexit talks Moves to relocate two key EU agencies out of Britain will begin within weeks when European leaders meet to hammer out their stance in forthcoming Brexit ta Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat leader, said: “April is set to be a humiliating month for [Theresa] May.
"Her choice to pursue a hard Brexit is starting to hit with reality and we are starting to see the impact that is going to have on Britain.”
"16.04.2017 12:00:00" inews.co.uk Life after MasterChef: how the winners have fared We spoke to several former MasterChef contestants to see what happened once the cameras stopped rolling. Where are they now?
"16.04.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Humanity is 'choking' on the fumes of too much misery from the Internet The modern media era, represents a serious health threat. A proactive guide for social health includes a “Knowledge Dashboard”, advocating a “pattern” to news media consumption that mirrors the “five a day” concept of a healthy diet and recommends a nutritional mix of long and short reads, alongside audio and
"16.04.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk The Sun under pressure to sack Kelvin MacKenzie over Ross Barkley slur The Sun is facing growing pressure to sack its columnist Kelvin MacKenzie amid the row over comments he made about the Everton footballer Ross Barkley. The MacKenzie's column was published a day before the 28th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, when the Sun under MacKenzie's editorship ran a front page story defending the police and falsely blaming Liverpool fans.
"16.04.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk iQuiz: Put your general knowledge to the test Fancy yourself as a pub quiz champion? Then try our iQuiz and see how much you know Think you know it all? Test your general knowledge with our fiendish weekly quiz:
"16.04.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Ministers 'wasted £140m on 62 failed schools' Ministers have been accused of wasting nearly £140m of taxpayers' money on schools that have been forced to close, partially close or failed to open at all Research has shown that the Government spent £132m on 62 failed free schools, university technical colleges and studio schools - at a time when school budgets elsewhere are under serious
"16.04.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk The real Withnail: the tragic actor who inspired a cult hero “Everyone keeps saying they were Withnail, and they weren't,” Withnail and I's writer and director Bruce Robinson said in an interview with Film 4. “If there is a person Withnail is based on, it's Vivian MacKerrell.”
"16.04.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk What my child selling the Big Issue showed me about Brexit Britain I was in the market town of Shrewsbury with my 9 year old on a recent Saturday. We stopped to buy The Big Issue and chat with Samaria, who is Romanian and My pride gave way to dismay as I watched a succession of people push past my child, scowling and giving him daggered looks.
They weren't skin heads with union jacks tattooed across their foreheads.
They were dapperly dressed, silver haired pensioners
"16.04.2017 07:28:05" inews.co.uk Seb Coe wants to see cheated Brits given rightful medals The IAAF president Sebastian Coe has called for special podium ceremonies to be held at the World Championships in London this summer for British athletes Seb Coe wants to see cheated Brits given rightful medals at World Championships in London http://trib.al/bBP9pus
"16.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk iQuiz: Put your general knowledge to the test Fiendishly tough
"16.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Freezing classrooms force pupils to be 'taught in hats and coats' Children were forced to wear coats and hats in lessons during January as a result of their school trying to save money on heating bills, according to parent campaigners.
Pupils had to wear the extra layers in classrooms for the first two weeks of the
"16.04.2017 02:30:00" inews.co.uk Bounced out of the Olympics In six weeks, the Olympians who took part in Britain's greatest Games will parade through the streets of Manchester. It will be a vindication not just of the depth and resilience of British sport but of how they were funded. UK Sport targeted the Three years ago, Britain's fourth biggest team sport – in terms of participation – saw its funding cut from £1.4m a year to zero.
The money went from an inner-city sport to support those from the shires – hockey, equestrian, shooting.
Not only did
"16.04.2017 00:30:00" inews.co.uk Why Didier Drogba has chosen to end his career in the desert Former Chelsea striker makes the transition from player to part-owner with Phoenix Rising, writes Chris Young A creaking Didier Drogba lurched towards the Hampered by a back injury and still in the doghouse after taking umbrage at being left out of the starting XI a few weeks earlier, Drogba struggled upon his late introduction from the bench in Montreal Impact's season-ending MLS Cup defeat by Toronto.
"15.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Teachers move toward one day strike in summer term Schools across the country face closure in the coming months after teachers voted to take steps towards staging a one day strike against the Government's cuts to funding.
The National Union of Teachers backed a resolution at their annual conference in
"15.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk A 'dynamic lady beef champion' explains how she got into farming Georgina Davie can't pinpoint when she first decided she'd like to be a farmer. Growing up in rural Devon farming wasn't exactly a choice she made; rather, Georgina works a white-collar job at a PR agency in Exeter Monday to Friday.
On evenings and weekends she pulls her wellies on to tend to the cattle on her family's farm, which is home to around 100 beef cattle, several hundred sheep, and lots and lots
"15.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Parents asked by schools to pay for textbooks In a survey of more than 4,000 parents and carers by the NASUWT, 51 per cent said they were being asked to pay for day to day items for their child's education.
Nearly a fifth of parents – 18 per cent -have been asked to set up a direct debit to make
"15.04.2017 21:01:00" inews.co.uk Homeland: the questions we need answered before the finale Homeland has returned to form in its New York-set sixth season - but how will things resolve themselves in the finale? So. Many. Questions.
"15.04.2017 20:35:00" inews.co.uk Video-selfie call on supermarkets to introduce plastic free aisle 'We can buy gluten-free, fat-free, dairy-free. But we cant buy plastic-free.'
Here's how to change that.
"15.04.2017 19:11:00" inews.co.uk Doctor Who is still a stellar sci-fi drama When a new series of Doctor Who arrives, it's necessary to achieve a feat the Time Lord himself would be proud of – shut out the white noise and assess it He's back.
Cue some rapidly gabbled three-dimensional physics, a bit of running along corridors and a trip in the Tardis that even manages to work in a Dalek or two.
"15.04.2017 18:50:00" inews.co.uk Sherlock as valuable to UK as car industry- report into Brexit economy “There has been tendency to dismiss the creative industries as something lightweight while claiming the glory of billions of pounds in trade and international prestige that comes from hits such as War Horse, Sherlock and Slumdog Millionaire.”
"15.04.2017 18:31:00" inews.co.uk Syria car bomb explosion: facts minus speculation Dozens of men, women and children have been killed by a car bomb as they waited in coaches to travel to safety.
Here are all the facts we know - without any of the speculation.
"15.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Chasing a Big Gold Dream: the music film that took 10 years to make Filmmaker Grant McPhee shares what inspired him to start and (finally) finish this decade-long project. Indie music fans and documentary lovers - don't miss this tonight on BBC Two at 9pm.
"15.04.2017 17:00:01" inews.co.uk North Korea: Massive military parade in pictures North Korea has warned it is “ready to hit back with nuclear attacks” as tensions with US increase
"15.04.2017 16:01:00" inews.co.uk Millions watch April the world-famous giraffe give birth The world's most famous giraffe gave birth to a calf this morning, ending months of anticipation for her fans across the world. April has been the star of a livestream since February.
Since then, more than 30 million viewers have been checking in for
"15.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Everton Football Club ban The Sun after Kelvin MacKenzie comments Everton has banned The Sun “from all areas of its operation” after it published Kelvin MacKenzie's “appalling and indefensible” comments about Ross Barkley and the people of Liverpool.
On Friday, the columnist and former editor compared the midfielder,
"15.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Doctor Who's voice of the Daleks on how he gets into character Ahead of the show's return tonight, Nicholas Briggs shares the secrets of the iconic adversaries. There's a bit more to it than just shouting "Exterminate!"
"15.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk New driving tests: motorists will have to prove they can use a sat nav safely There are some big changes to the driving test happening in December
"15.04.2017 12:00:01" inews.co.uk Laura Kenny: Olympic cyclist on life post Rio, pregnancy and getting back on the track Laura Kenny had to ask her driver to pull over twice so she could be sick on the way to our interview this morning. Six months into her pregnancy and morni In August, Laura suggested she might become a stay-at-home mother if she had a baby, but now that it's no longer hypothetical, her line of thought has shifted and she has her sights set on Tokyo 2020. “I've got to qualify for that, so I would have to do
"15.04.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Twenty three members of stag party removed from Manchester flight The captain of the plane reportedly told passengers: “I have a zero tolerance approach to antisocial behaviour towards the cabin crew.”
"15.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk The man building every football ground out of Lego For three years Crystal Palace supporter Chris Smith has been addicted to building Lego models of British football stadiums. “I've got a dealer who I have now become good friends with. He lives round the corner from me so he provided me with the green I was needing."
"15.04.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk Round The Twist: remembering the nightmarish but brilliant 90s TV show Toilet-haunting spirits. Creepy clowns. Mild body-horror. Do you remember this 90s show?
"15.04.2017 08:00:00" Timeline Photos We hope this week's Easter-themed cartoon doesn't give you nightmares.
"15.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Check your National Insurance contributions or face a large bill A few weeks ago, an i reader got in touch saying that he had recently been contacted by the Government, asking if he had retired.
Aged 56, he is a few years off retirement. But government officials had asked this because his employer had made a mistake
"15.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Sunday's Turkey referendum could prove a turning point for the nation Mr Erdogan is a formidable politician and most pundits still expect him to pull off a win. He has millions of adoring supporters who remain grateful for profound economic and social reforms, even as growth now falters and inflation runs in double digits.
"15.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk John McDonnell 'was in flares' when school cuts were so bad Labour's Shadow Chancellor was “wearing flares and riding a motorbike in the 1970s” the last time Government cuts to education were so heavy, he told teachers on Friday.
"15.04.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Women kidnapped by Boko Haram speak out three years on Three years have passed since the mass abduction of nearly 300 Nigerian girls from their school in Chibok by Boko Haram extremists – and now some of the women who have returned have spoken about their plight.
"15.04.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk A 'dynamic lady beef champion' explains how she got into farming Georgina works a white-collar job at a PR agency in Exeter Monday to Friday. But on evenings and weekends she pulls her wellies on to tend to the cattle on her family's farm. The farm is home to around 100 beef cattle and several hundred sheep – plus
"15.04.2017 00:00:00" inews.co.uk Powerful photos of defiance from women protesters Birmingham resident Saffiyah Khan had no idea the moment she smiled down bemusedly at an EDL protester after intervening to help another woman would instantly become an iconic symbol of defiance towards the far right.
Trawl through images of protests
"14.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Global warming could explain why the woolly mammoth ivory trade is booming According to experts, the effects of global warming in the Arctic have made it possible to unearth tusks which, until now, have been preserved in the icy Siberian tundra.
"14.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk British student stabbed to death on tram in Jerusalem Hannah Bladon was attacked while she travelled on a light rail train near the Old City, which was packed as Christians celebrated Good Friday and Jews marked Passover. Ms Bladon, 21, was rushed to Jerusalem's Hadassah Medical Center but died soon after
"14.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie suspended from newspaper MacKenzie has been suspended from the newspaper after he expressed “wrong” and “unfunny” views about the people of Liverpool, News UK has said.
The suspension of the paper's former editor comes after he provoked outrage in the city for a column he wrote
"14.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk The highs and lows of the Silvio Berlusconi era at AC Milan Silvio Berlusconi arrived at AC Milan 31 years ago in bombastic fashion, pitching up at the club's Milanello base in a helicopter. Baresi, Maldini, Gullit, Van Basten. When A.C. Milan were the best in the world.
"14.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Living by the coast is good for you, research shows Living by the sea boosts vitamin levels, reduces stress and increases our sense of well-being, research has shown. Coastal residents are more likely to fee In case you needed another excuse to hit the coast this bank holiday weekend
"14.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk MPs given 50-page 'Guide to Millenials' Millennial is the vaguely defined buzzword that won't go away - and now MPs have been given a guide to help them understand the term. MPs have been given a 50-page document filled with research and statistics about 25-34 year olds, what it calls 'the generation much talked about and arguably misunderstood'.
Only 40 per cent own their home, and they are most likely to vote Labour.
"14.04.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk The Sense of an Ending: a fascinating take on the unreliable narrator Thoughtful and quietly moving, The Sense of an Ending is an exploration of the pull of nostalgia, and the selective editing of memory. The film finds impressive ways to translate the novel's literary conceits to the screen.
"14.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk NUT considers legal action against schools running 'grammar streams' Teachers are looking at taking legal action against schools that they believe are using “grammar streams” to illegally select pupils by the back door. The A number of schools are using grammar streams to attract parents and are setting children entrance exams to gain entry to them
"14.04.2017 16:07:00" inews.co.uk 'American Gods': Neil Gaiman's bestseller finally hits screens For the past six years the fantasy fan's mantra has been easy: if it's April, it must be Game of Thrones. This year, however, George RR Martin's behemoth h This mesmerising TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel will fill the Game of Thrones-shaped hole in your life
"14.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Ranked: The best deep-fried chocolate Tom Crosby set out on a fact-finding mission around Edinburgh's chip shops. Don't settle for ordinary snacks this Easter...
"14.04.2017 14:35:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: can you identify these British football club badges? Football badges range from the iconic to the interesting to the downright strange. Earlier this week we explored some of the stories behind the world's mos Scores in the office ranged from 1 to 10 on this quiz.
"14.04.2017 14:05:02" inews.co.uk Action Bronson: 'Life, for me, is a never-ending quest to get high' Food, rap and weed form a committed trinity of Action Bronson's lifelong passions. Rap came first. “I started listening to rap music when I was 7 or 8 year Meet the man who's made a living out of food, rap and weed. https://inews.co.uk/essentials/action-bronson-life-never-ending-quest-get-high/
"14.04.2017 13:33:00" inews.co.uk The Hatton Garden Job film doesn't glamourise crime. Stop the faux outrage The release of The Hatton Garden Job, based on the real-life theft in 2015, has been met with the well-rehearsed debate of whether films can glamourise cri I doubt Larry Lamb's portrayal of mastermind Brian Reader will be enough to turn my moral compass to a life of scandal and lawlessness.
"14.04.2017 13:07:00" inews.co.uk Peter Kay's Car Share is a tedious shadow of a once-promising series When series one of Peter Kay's Car Share aired in 2015, many sceptics were proven wrong. Contrary to expectations, the show wasn't a vehicle for more of Ka John and Kayleigh's once-witty conversations are now dull.
"14.04.2017 12:29:00" Timeline Photos This is officially the new Great British Bake Off line up. Paul Hollywood is joined by broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, comedian Noel Fielding and restaurateur Prue Leith, Do you approve? Answers on a postcard...
"14.04.2017 12:00:07" inews.co.uk Record number of Scots have lives saved by organ donors The number of people living in Scotland whose lives were saved or dramatically improved by an organ transplant has reached a record high, NHS figures have "Because of my organ donor I have a future. I'll never stop being grateful."
"14.04.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk Homeland: the questions we need answered before the finale Homeland has returned to form in its New York-set sixth season - but how will things resolve themselves in the finale? It's going to be dramatic. Homeland comes to an end on Sunday.
"14.04.2017 11:00:00" inews.co.uk Laura Kenny on tackling gender inequality in cycling British Olympic cyclist Laura Kenny has called for more coverage of women's sporting events to tackle inequality in cycling. The seven-time world champion "They had a Women's Tour of Flanders and it's not shown anywhere except a Facebook Live feed. The men's race is everywhere." Olympian Laura Kenny on why women's sport needs more coverage if inequality in cycling is to be stamped out.
"14.04.2017 10:30:00" inews.co.uk Primary school children suffering from panic attacks A third of teachers say they have worked with primary school pupils suffering from anxiety, panic attacks and depression, according to a survey. A poll of Primary school children as young as 7 are suffering from depression and panic attacks, and teachers are concerned
"14.04.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Racism part of everyday school life, say non-white teachers Black and minority ethnic teachers say racism and assumptions about their professional ability based on their ethnicity are part of their everyday lives
"14.04.2017 08:30:58" inews.co.uk The proof religion still matters in politics Given that we are supposed to be living in “a secular age”, the West has a surprising number of religious politicians. The US (obviously), UK, Australia, R Given that we are supposed to be living in “a secular age”, the West has a surprising number of religious politicians.
The US (obviously), UK, Australia, Russia, Germany, Canada, and even France have had devout Christians in power for much of the last
"14.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk The golden age of creativity peaks at 25 One of the clearest signs of creativity – the ability to make random decisions – peaks at the age of 25. While the link between youth and creativity has long been established, scientists now say that one of the clearest signs of creativity – the ability to make random decisions – peaks at the age of 25
"14.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk My Worst Date: 'He ended up writhing on the floor speaking in tongues' From the plain awkward to the downright harrowing, every day, all around us, bad dates are happening to good people. As the saying goes, though, comedy is I was really excited to go on a date with this boy from my youth club. But I soon discovered we were actually going to a huge evangelical gathering on a beach.
"13.04.2017 23:10:00" inews.co.uk Behind the 'artist's copyright' row gripping New York On the eve of International Women's Day this year, a symbolic protest appeared just around the corner from Wall Street in Manhattan. In front of "Charging On the eve of International Women's Day this year, a symbolic protest appeared just around the corner from Wall Street in Manhattan.
In front of “Charging Bull”, the Sicilian sculptor Arturo Di Modica's iconic tribute to New York, arrived “Fearless
"13.04.2017 22:31:00" inews.co.uk Before you post online, read what happened to Jason Dunn-Shaw I try never to forget what a privilege it is to have a column in a national newspaper, where I can inflict my views, prejudices and half-baked ideas on a s Annoyed by criticism of his rulings in the comments section of his local newspaper, a part-time judge turned keyboard warrior and joined the discussion anonymously.
He called respondents “narrow-minded and bigoted” and “donkeys”, suggesting there were
"13.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Why awards ceremonies have a problem with comedy We are living in uncategorisable times, literally. Last week, MTV announced that it was scrapping gender-specific categories for its movie and tv awards. I From the Oliviers to the Baftas, awards committees just can't do comedy.
With the British Comedy Awards on seemingly permanent hiatus, it's time comedy, and its finest performers, get a moment on the podium.
"13.04.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk What we can learn by seeing the world through children's eyes New BBC Two documentary The World According to Kids aims to do just that. "If you could see love, it would be a massive, soft cushiony thing. That you could just lie on and stay there forever."
"13.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Debunked: EU migrants without a job nearly equivalent to Bristol The number of EU migrants without a job in the UK is nearly equivalent to Bristol's population, according to reports in the media. The interpretation has b The media is reporting that the number of EU migrants without a job in the UK is nearly equivalent to Bristol's population.
But this isn't the whole story: 80 per cent of EU nationals in Britain are in employment, compared to 74 per cent of UK nationals.
"13.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk The Hull City fan who reinvented the football blooper tape for Twitter Feeble defending, lamentable decision making, goalmouth scrambles, wayward finishing, slapstick goalkeeping. Crap 90s Fooball has it all. The addictive ineptitude of Crap 90s Football
"13.04.2017 20:04:00" inews.co.uk MOAB, the 'mother of all bombs': in numbers President Donald Trump pledged in 2015 that if he were elected he would "bomb the s**t out of" Isis. The US military has dropped one of the most powerful non-nuclear bombs in its arsenal on an Islamic State controlled area in Afghanistan
It is the first time the US has used this size of bomb in a conflict.
"13.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk I'm a sex writer who was sexually assaulted I am a sex writer. I review erotic films, assess the ethics of porn and teach people how to embrace their kinks. I advise on the best ways to ask for what Sexual assault corrupts sex. It perverts an experience associated with release and joy and pleasure and replaces these feelings with much darker emotions.
"13.04.2017 18:45:00" inews.co.uk The Handmaiden: this ingenious adaptation of Fingersmith is unmissable Sarah Waters' 2002 mystery novel forms the source material for what is surely one of the best films of the year. Trust us, buy a ticket right now.
"13.04.2017 18:00:00" Timeline Photos Fracking might be ruining some of the last patches of truly dark night sky in the United States.
The fracking boom in America has increased levels of light pollution near some major observatories, which is a problem for astronomers. It makes some forms
"13.04.2017 17:13:59" Timeline Photos If you thought the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Ukraine this year was going to be business as usual, think again. Russia's contestant Yulia Samoilova (pictured) has been banned from entering the country and, ergo, from performing in Kiev. The
"13.04.2017 16:30:00" Melting of Arctic ice scientists say could one day completely ... Alarming footage shows melting of Arctic ice scientists say could one day completely disappear
"13.04.2017 16:00:00" United Airlines passenger found experience more "horrifying The passenger forcibly removed from a United Airlines plane found the experience "more horrifying and harrowing" than leaving Vietnam in 1975, according to his lawyer.
"13.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Emirates advert directly mocks United Airlines Emirates have produced an advert directly mocking United Airlines amidst the controversy surrounding a passenger who was forcibly dragged off an overbooked Oh snap.
"13.04.2017 14:46:22" inews.co.uk Tim Farron: Extremism and intolerance lurks beneath surface of the SNP Extremism and intolerance lurks beneath the surface of the SNP, Tim Farron has claimed during a visit to Scotland ahead of next month's local elections. Th “It's the danger of 'small-n' nationalism of any kind and identity politics that people believe that those on the other side are somehow morally worse than them,” Tim Farron added.
"13.04.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk I voice the Daleks on Doctor Who - they're all different in their twisted little ways Nicholas Briggs is the voice of the Daleks on Doctor Who. "The trick is to approach it like any other acting job," he says. "They are filled with fear and hatred. They scream with rage, but they are also capable of great deviousness."
"13.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk The secrets of a TV quiz show question writer For 20 years Jo Dean has been a question writer on TV quiz shows like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, The Weakest Link and Eggheads. "You get a feel for what people tend to know. You'll realise people are better at countries in Europe than countries in South America, generally."
"13.04.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk Water bubble made from edible membrane spells end for plastic bottles A London-based company aiming to get rid of plastic bottles once and for all has raised £800,000 in a crowdfunding drive for its edible water bubbles. Ooho These edible water bubbles might spell the end of plastic bottles
"13.04.2017 11:30:00" inews.co.uk SNP's message to Europe: help us secure IndyRef2 The SNP has appealed to European politicians to help Scotland secure a second referendum on independence by increasing the pressure on Theresa May in the w The SNP has appealed to European politicians to help Scotland secure a second referendum on independence by increasing the pressure on Theresa May
"13.04.2017 10:45:00" inews.co.uk The British city with the highest proportion of people on benefits A constituency in Birmingham has been identified as the area with the highest number of people claiming benefits in Britain, according to official figures. Birmingham makes up almost a half of the UK's top benefit claimant areas
"13.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Etan Smallman talks to the refugees receiving a top-flight education UWC Atlantic College at St Donat's Castle is usually only open to children of the elite but its now offering scholarships to refugees This boarding school has offered scholarships and sanctuary to a contingent of refugees who have fled warzones in pursuit of a top-class education
"13.04.2017 09:15:00" inews.co.uk Edinburgh has more statues of animals than women A campaign to erect a statue of one of Edinburgh's famous women has received the backing of Nicola Sturgeon and other political leaders, after it emerged t There are more statues of animals than women in the Scottish capital. This campaign wants to change that.
"13.04.2017 08:29:24" Trump: Nato 'no longer obsolete' Trump: Nato 'no longer obsolete'
"13.04.2017 07:27:59" inews.co.uk The Scotsman who pretended to be a king of a country that didn't exist In 1821, a man arrived in London with much pomp, declaring himself the Grand Cacique of Poyais. Demanding to be known as Gregor I of Poyais, he professed t This is an absolutely incredible story - one they don't teach you in history class.
Gregor McGregor was a 34-year-old from Stirlingshire - but he arrived in London, professed himself King and people believed him. He became a millionaire.
"13.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Student loan interest rates to rise sharply and Brexit is to blame Millions of students and graduates will be hit by a severe rise in interest rates on their tuition fees and maintenance loans due to the Brexit vote. A ris Students from low income backgrounds will now be looking at graduating with more than £50,000 in debt
"12.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk The stories behind the most unusual football club badges Football badge designs often come with an interesting back-story. Here are some of the most memorable from around the world. One for the football anoraks
"12.04.2017 21:45:00" inews.co.uk Doctor Who series 10: everything you need to know (without spoilers) Doctor Who is returning to our screens this weekend for what will be writer Steven Moffat and star Peter Capaldi's final run of shows. There's been plenty of pre-broadcast intrigue surrounding the Time Lord's tenth outing.
"12.04.2017 20:45:00" inews.co.uk Sean Spicer's comments on Assad and Hitler weren't that bad Sean Spicer may be misguided and insensitive and accident-prone and a tiny bit inarticulate. But he's not a complete bloody idiot. Of course Donald Trump's "Cut Sean Spicer a break. This was cock-up, not conspiracy."
"12.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk What Fargo is really like - according to the locals Every fan feels like they know Fargo. Its residents, however, paint a slightly different picture. Fargo residents are a bit sensitive to the exaggerated accents.
But they do keep the film's wood chipper in their Visitors' Centre.
"12.04.2017 19:15:00" inews.co.uk Skegness 'hurt and offended' over Jolly Fisherman's 'exploitation' The people of Skegness are “hurt and offended” that the town's mascot, the Jolly Fisherman, has been “exploited” on the front cover of the New European magazine Skegness locals are unhappy that their town mascot has been redesigned to make rude hand gestures- under the headline “Skegness is so Brexit”- on the cover of a pro-EU publication.
Three-quarters of voters in the constituency of Boston and Skegness
"12.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The real Withnail: the tragic actor who inspired a cult hero As Withnail and I turns 30, who was the man who inspired the iconic title character? Who was Vivian MacKerrell? "He had this pomposity of a thespian, a very smart guy, very bright. But the fact is he never did anything. All he ever did was booze and rant."
"12.04.2017 17:45:00" inews.co.uk Two in five GPs 'highly likely' to quit over next five years Almost forty per cent of GPs will quit within five years, an extraordinary survey that exposes the huge pressures primary care doctors are facing suggests In a poll of more than 2,000 GPs based in the south west, nearly two in five said they were “highly likely” to walk away
"12.04.2017 17:15:00" Palmerston celebrates one year at Foreign Office Palmerston the cat celebrates a 'very successful' year catching mice in the Foreign Office.
His arch rival is Larry. The cat of Number 10.
"12.04.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Supreme Court denies 'Big Tobacco' firms leave to appeal new rules All cigarettes sold in the UK must have standardised packaging from next month after the Supreme Court refused the tobacco industry permission to appeal ag All cigarettes sold in the UK must have standardised packaging from next month
"12.04.2017 16:15:00" Timeline Photos Ruby Tandoh: brightening our weeks one autonomous meat-slab at a time
"12.04.2017 15:40:00" inews.co.uk Scotland's unemployment rate is now lower than the UK's Scotland's unemployment rate is now lower than that of the UK as a whole, official statistics have shown. The number of jobless people in Scotland fell by Scotland also continues to outperform the UK as a whole on youth and female unemployment rates
"12.04.2017 15:25:00" ITV presenter Laura Tobin gets unexpected surprise from chic Good Morning Britain weather presenter Laura Tobin got an unexpected surprise from a chick
"12.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Ivanka Trump: one to watch How much power does Ivanka Trump wield in the White House? Well, for someone who hasn't been sworn in, has no paid position and has been mocked as a shoe s Eric Trump said his sister was the one to influence Donald Trump's decision to launch airstrikes on Syria
"12.04.2017 15:00:00" BBC weather presenter gets unexpected surprise from baby chick BBC weather presenter Laura Tobin gets unexpected surprise from a chick
"12.04.2017 14:15:00" inews.co.uk Ruth Davidson urged to explain backing for controversial 'rape clause' Ruth Davidson is under growing pressure to explain why she supports the Government's controversial "rape clause" welfare policy, with Nicola Sturgeon calli The controversial policy requires rape victims to prove their third child was born as a result of non-consensual sex or while in a coercive relationship in order to claim tax credits.
"12.04.2017 13:30:00" Timeline Photos This passport design, with the current burgundy turning to the pre-EU blue, just won Dezeen's unofficial design competition. What do you think of it?
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"12.04.2017 12:32:18" inews.co.uk Palmerston the Foreign Office cat celebrates 'very successful' year At a time when bilateral relations between Russia and the UK are strained, to say the least, employees at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) are wor It's a busy week for the Foreign Office as the fur continues to fly between UK and Russia. But one member of staff is celebrating a "very successful" 12 months in office - Palmerston the cat. The chief mouse catcher has intercepted over two dozen
"12.04.2017 12:04:00" inews.co.uk Government's lack of preparation for Brexit Leave vote laid bare The Government has been branded “negligent” for refusing to allow civil servants to prepare for a Leave vote ahead of the EU referendum. Under David Camero Barring civil servants from planning for the possibility of Brexit was “at best naive and at worst negligent”, according to a parliamentary report.
"12.04.2017 11:20:00" inews.co.uk The Last Leg's Adam Hill: 'TV needs more disabled bastards' Disabled actors should be cast as villainous characters on screen as well as in positive roles, leading performers with disabilities have said. Adam Hills, “Why are disabled people on TV always portrayed as being nice all the time?”
"12.04.2017 10:37:51" inews.co.uk 'Highly probable' Russia interfered in EU referendum The crash of the voter registration website ahead of last year's European Union membership referendum could have been triggered by a foreign cyber attack, MPs believe foreign hackers caused the voter registration website to crash ahead of the EU referendum.
"12.04.2017 08:28:11" inews.co.uk If you ever wonder why abused women don't leave, look at this picture "A picture is worth a thousand words." Never has this saying been more painfully true than when you're confronted with the shocking image taken by a police We've posted this before, but we think it's important.
"12.04.2017 07:33:57" Sean Spicer compares Syiran leader Assad to Hitler. “Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons”: Sean Spicer compares Syrian leader Assad to Hitler.
"12.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Steve Plotnicki on launching RunDMC and his secret burger recipe Steve Plotnicki discusses clean eating, RunDMC why many food bloggers have poor taste and his recipe for the best burger ever Steve Plotnicki, the creator of Opinionated about Dining (OAD), a prolific online community of lovers of fine dining, has in fact held many titles – not least “king of the bloggers”, as bestowed by restaurant critic Jay Rayner. In his pre-blogging life,
"12.04.2017 06:30:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon: IndyRef2 must be more respectful than last time The next Scottish independence campaign should aim to be more respectful of other people's views than the one conducted in 2014, Nicola Sturgeon has said. The Scottish First Minister said voters who disputed the merits of independence should be treated with “courtesy, empathy and respect” and promised to lead by example.
"12.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Charlie Gard ruling: key questions and answers from the High Court The parents of Charlie Gard want to mount an appeal after a judge ruled that doctors could stop life-support treatment for their gravely-ill baby against t The Charlie Gard ruling explained in six questions
"12.04.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk Boris Johnson's call for Russia sanctions falls on deaf ears Boris Johnson suffered a major blow as his call for punitive sanctions against senior Russian and Syrian figures was rejected by other western foreign ministers.
"12.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Douglas Carswell: Brexit vote wasn't about immigration According to Theresa May, “the message from the public before and during the referendum was clear” – Brexit “must mean control of the number of people who come to Britain from Europe”.
His former Ukip party leader Nigel Farage said it was “absolutely
"12.04.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Google: We do not have a gender pay gap Google has hit back at accusations it pays its male workers more than its female employees, asserting salary is awarded on a 'gender blind' basis. Eileen N Google has hit back at accusations it pays its male workers more than its female employees, asserting salary is awarded on a 'gender blind' basis.
"11.04.2017 23:00:00" inews.co.uk Sean Spicer faces calls that he should be fired over Hitler and chemical weapons comments Donald Trump's spokesman Sean Spicer is facing calls that he should be sacked after suggesting that Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons. The White Ho Sean Spicer: “Someone as despicable as Hitler… didn't even sink to using chemical weapons.”
"11.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Why Manchester's most exciting restaurants are opening in the suburbs "Every city has a good city centre for eating out, but the sign of a great city is when you can step out of your door and eat somewhere great." "If you are taking on a unit in Manchester city centre, you are fundamentally forced to make decisions about your menu that might not be in tune with what your heart really wants to do."
"11.04.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Buckfast's monks don't deserve charity status, says secular group "The question needs to be asked 'Are they serving God or Mamon?" A secular group has launched an attempt to get the monks behind Buckfast stripped of chari “The monks should be setting an example as a religious organisation but the opposite is happening,” NSS vice president Alistair McBay said.
“The question needs to be asked 'Are they serving God or Mamon?”
A biblical personification of material wealth
"11.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Borussia Dortmund's Champions League game postponed after explosions hit team bus Explosions involving Borussia Dortmund's team bus have injured one player and led to the side's Champions League game being postponed. Shortly after 7pm (5 There were three explosions near the bus. Spanish defender Marc Bartra has been injured.
"11.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Peter Kay's Car Share review: a tedious start to the series John prefers fried chips to oven chips. A ridacard is £14 for the week. Kayleigh's curtains let the light in too much.
At the moment, it's pure and simple: Car Share is a boring shadow of its well-executed first series.
"11.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk The man building every English football league ground out of Lego For three years Crystal Palace supporter Chris Smith has been addicted to building Lego models of British football stadiums. Because... why not?
"11.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Sylvia Plath letters claim Ted Hughes 'beat her before miscarriage' Unpublished letters written by Sylvia Plath allege that her husband Ted Hughes beat her days before she miscarried their child and wanted her dead, it has The unseen letters, currently the subject of a legal dispute, are believed to be one of the few surviving accounts in Plath's own words of her famously volatile marriage to fellow poet Hughes.
"11.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The tricks supermarkets are using to pass on Brexit costs to shoppers UK shoppers are bearing the brunt of rising prices as supermarkets quietly pass on Brexit-related costs to consumers. Prices for food and drinks increased There's discreet “shrinkflation”, whereby manufacturers and retailers reduce the dimensions of products without bringing down the price accordingly.
"11.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Life after MasterChef: how the winners (and losers) have fared We spoke to several former MasterChef contestants, both winners and losers, to see what happened once the cameras stopped rolling. We spoke to MasterChef UK's past winners to find out exactly how the competition changed their lives
"11.04.2017 17:30:00" inews.co.uk Screams of 'no' as judge rules baby must have life support withdrawn The parents of a sick baby boy have been left "devastated" by a High Court decision to end their child's life-support "without the chance of treatment", th Charlie's father, Chris Gard, screamed “no, no” in court as the decision to end the eight-month-old's life support was announced.
"11.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Arsene Wenger, please go - this is heartbreaking I've supported Arsenal for 24 years, defended Arsene Wenger for the past nine of those, and I was a member of the pioneering “Fanshare” scheme where suppor Arsene Wenger deserves a 50-metre high statue of himself outside the ground – but he doesn't deserve another contract
"11.04.2017 16:30:00" inews.co.uk The United Airlines fiasco shows a new attitude among US officials To a very modern soundtrack - a woman hysterically repeating “Oh My God” - a 69-year-old man was forcibly removed (specifically, dragged along the floor) f "These security officers were acting in a manner reflective of a new mood in the United States, where the Commander-in-Chief's rhetoric is all about zero tolerance, and that the use of force is the answer to a troublesome situation"
"11.04.2017 15:45:00" inews.co.uk Daily Mirror loses Supreme Court appeal over £1.2m hacking costs The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by the publishers of the Daily and Sunday Mirror against a record £1.2m in damages awarded to phone-hacking victim The Daily Mirror will still have to pay £1.2m in costs to phone-hacking victims after their Supreme Court appeal was rejected
"11.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk HPV vaccine should be offered to boys to protect against oral sex-related cancer, say teachers Teenage boys should be offered a vaccine to protect them against a sexually transmitted infection that could lead to cancer, teachers have said. According Under the current system, only girls aged between 12 and 13 in UK schools are vaccinated against HPV to help protect them from developing cervical cancer.
But teachers have called for more boys to be made aware of the risks associated with the disease,
"11.04.2017 14:30:00" Corbyn refuses to answer question on Syria Corbyn steps away from podium as he refuses to answer BBC journalist's question on Syria.
"11.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk PC Keith Palmer inspires nine-year-old boy to join the police force A nine-year-old boy attended the funeral of PC Keith Palmer dressed as his hero to pay his respects to the fallen officer. Sporting a replica Metropolitan After paying respect to the late policeman at his funeral, the school boy said he 'definitely' wants to join the police force
"11.04.2017 13:30:00" 'He died for us': Boy shows admiration for PC Palmer "He didn't die for everyone to support him. He died for us." Boy praises Westminster victim PC Palmer during funeral
"11.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk The Green Party are fielding more candidates than Ukip next month Ukip is to contest less than half of council seats in next month's local elections – a dramatic fall from the party's high point four years ago
"11.04.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk How to turn £3000 into £3200 NS&I says the 2.2 per cent interest rate on its new bond, fixed over three years, is 'market-leading'. NS&I says the 2.2 per cent interest rate, fixed over three years, is “market-leading”.
"11.04.2017 11:45:00" inews.co.uk Revealed: More than 1 million plastic pellets found on single beach Britain's plastic pollution problem is so bad that a single stretch of beach along the Firth of Forth has as many as 1.4 million tiny plastic pellets scatt A single stretch of beach along the Firth of Forth has as many as 1.4 million tiny plastic pellets scattered over it
"11.04.2017 11:00:00" Timeline Photos The Pope has opened a free laundrette for Rome's disadvantaged. The Vatican said the washing machines, dryers and irons should help to "restore dignity to many people who are our brothers and sisters."
The Vatican plans to add showers, a barbershop and
"11.04.2017 10:23:50" We are live with Laura Kenny, seven times world champion cyclist and Britain's most successful female Olympian. Leave questions for Laura in the comments below.
"11.04.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk Broadchurch: The questions we need answered before the finale Despite there being only one episode to go until we find out the identity of Trish Winterman's rapist, viewers aren't much closer to knowing who could be t Ed Burnett is still behind bars, but all roads led to Cath's husband Jim last night
"11.04.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk 'British spy in the IRA linked to 18 murders', say investigators - The i newspaper online iNews A British spy who infiltrated the IRA and led the terror group's punishment squad is linked to at least eighteen murders, according to a BBC Panorama inves A £35m criminal inquiry is investigating whether Stakeknife's fellow spies were sacrificed to protect him
"11.04.2017 08:15:17" inews.co.uk CEO of United Airlines blames passenger in letter emailed to staff The CEO of United Airlines, Oscar Munoz, has come under further fire over an incident in which a 69-year-old man was forcibly dragged off one of their over "The situation was unfortunately compounded when one of the passengers we politely asked to deplane refused and it became necessary to contact the Chicago Aviation Security Officers to help. Our employees followed established procedures for dealing with
"11.04.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk How to avoid distractions in an open-plan office (if you want to) When the interruptions and chatter of the open-plan office kill your productivity, there are ways to stay focused, writes Chris Brogan. Rule 1: Never have a dish of sweets
"11.04.2017 07:01:00" inews.co.uk Better Call Saul season 3 episode 1: a slow-paced but absorbing start Here's our spoiler-free verdict, as Better Call Saul returns.
"11.04.2017 06:00:13" inews.co.uk Boris Johnson says Vladimir Putin is 'toxifying' Russia's reputation Tensions between Britain and Russia were escalating after Boris Johnson accused Vladimir Putin of “toxifying” his country's worldwide reputation by its act “If you think about the position of Vladimir Putin now, he's toxifying the reputation of Russia by his continuing association with a government which has flagrantly poisoned its own people.”
"11.04.2017 04:00:22" inews.co.uk Metro mayors: Make sure you vote in the devolution revolution - The i newspaper online iNews A devolution revolution is set to sweep across some of England's biggest towns and cities next month as voters go to the polls to elect their first metro m Together, the new mayors will represent almost 10 million people and economies worth £200bn, and will be handed sweeping powers over transport, housing, jobs and skills in the most radical overhaul of local democracy since 1974.
"11.04.2017 02:43:04" inews.co.uk Man vs machine: Google's DeepMind to play human Go opponent again Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence software made headlines around the world last year when it defeated champion Go player Lee Sedol. Now it's gearin AlphaGo won 60 games against humans and conceded none. The highest-achieving human players were able to only manage a tie, which was registered when a player went offline, ending the game.
"11.04.2017 01:01:28" inews.co.uk Bilingual children outperform native speakers by age 7 Children who speak English as a second language outperform their native speaking classmates in a range of academic tests by the age of seven, despite laggi Bilingual children showed a general superiority over their peers in a range of cognitive outcomes.
"10.04.2017 23:35:03" inews.co.uk Don't underestimate Ivanka Trump It was with no small amount of glee that media outlets pumped out fresh news of Ivanka Trump's stupidity. "I don't know what it means to be complicit," the While most commentators are keen to take the line that Trump ordered Syrian airstrikes after “seeing pictures on TV”, a diplomatic telegram to London claimed Ivanka's distress at the atrocities taking place in the region forced his hand.
"10.04.2017 22:11:35" inews.co.uk Channel 4's Warship is relentlessly dull With the sort of exciting title that suggests destruction and disaster at every turn, Warship filled me with high hopes. Unfortunately, Channel 4's new ser Somewhere on board this naval megalith I was hoping to discover the kind of human story that makes you remember just how average your life is.
"10.04.2017 21:30:06" inews.co.uk How the spirit of theTour de France still lives on in Yorkshire It's been three years since the Tour de France swept through Yorkshire, and we're all still a bit cycling mad around these parts. "The crowds for the Tour de France were enormous and the passion, excitement and inspiration of the event has definitely had a huge impact on the region."
"10.04.2017 21:02:54" inews.co.uk University Challenge final: Monkmania is dead There's no more blunt way to see your personality cult brought to a halt than by Jeremy Paxman briefly telling you that you've been "one of the more entert “I have said in the past that it is not clear whether intelligence has any long term survival value – bacteria manage to flourish without it,” Stephen Hawking told the victors.
"10.04.2017 20:30:22" inews.co.uk Your 'fake fur' goods might not be so fake after all The British retailer Missguided has been caught selling shoes featuring real cat fur, in spite of the company's fur-free policy. Laboratory tests confirmed Real fur masquerading as fake fur is more common than you think.
"10.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk The Glaswegians teaching the craft of zombie acting Becoming a professional zombie trainer might not sound like a viable career path. But that's exactly what Glaswegians Stevie Douglas, Chris Campbell and Ju There's actually more to it than shuffling and grunting
"10.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk The best TV dramas of 2017 so far - and where to watch them To help you make a note of anything you may have missed, we've compiled the best 10 TV dramas of 2017 so far, according to the critics. Some new. Some returning to the fray. All worth watching.
"10.04.2017 18:59:13" inews.co.uk Google and Facebook are creating a dull, grey world for news - and there's a campaign to stop them The biggest media company in the world is not Rupert Murdoch's global empire, or even Disney or Time Warner. It's Google. "It's academic whether or not peo If you're reading this, it means the algorithm already thinks you're interested.
"10.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Why Hollywood's depiction of mental illness matters For decades, Hollywood has presented a less than flattering picture of mental health problems. But is that slowly changing? "Serial killers like Jason and Freddy Krueger aren't accurate depictions of mental illness. It's your family member, or the person who lives next door."
"10.04.2017 18:00:00" Melodramatic police video goes viral 'We're coming for you': This melodramatic police video warning heroin dealers in Florida to "run" has gone viral.
"10.04.2017 17:30:00" Timeline Photos When Noma Dumezweni won Best Supporting Actress at the Olivier Awards for playing Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, she used her platform to give this beautiful speech about being a refugee.
"I arrived in this country as a refugee
"10.04.2017 16:45:00" inews.co.uk Katie Piper: 'You can build confidence when you accept yourself ' Katie Piper's latest TV project sees participants living with confidence-knocking skin conditions given the make-over treatment. Katie Piper on self-confidence and why she doesn't want to be defined by her past
"10.04.2017 16:10:00" Great Barrier Reef Bleaching The death of the great barrier reef just "skipped a generation closer," according to one professor of marine biology.
Read more here: https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/two-thirds-great-barrier-reef-bleached-may-never-recover/
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"10.04.2017 15:30:00" inews.co.uk Scotland first UK nation to roll out PrEP Scotland has become the first UK nation to approve the HIV prevention drug PrEP. PrEP- short for Pre Exposure Prophylaxis- is a blue pill that helps to pre Scotland has become the first UK nation to approve the roll out of HIV prevention drug PrEP
"10.04.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk The benefit that kept me afloat when I had cancer is being cut When I read about the raft of new austerity measures being rolled out from last week, it made my blood boil. These cuts – which include the Employment and When I had breast cancer six years ago and was unable to work, receiving ESA was the only thing that kept our heads above water.
"10.04.2017 13:45:00" inews.co.uk Iconic photos of defiance from women protesters Birmingham resident Saffiyah Khan had no idea the moment she smiled down bemusedly at an EDL protester after intervening to help another woman would instan The final one is brilliant.
"10.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: Can you beat University Challenge's Eric Monkman? Monkmania is sweeping the nation. Ahead of the University Challenge final on Monday, Eric Monkman - the eccentric captain of Wolfson College, Cambridge - h Want to see if you could match up to University Challenge's Eric Monkman? Take our quiz and see if you can match his record.
"10.04.2017 12:15:00" inews.co.uk LGBT domestic abuse incidents are being recorded by police for the first time - The i newspaper online iNews A police force has become the first in the UK to record domestic abuse in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community after a pilot scheme highlig A police force has become the first in the UK to record domestic abuse in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community
"10.04.2017 11:40:00" Ed Miliband stars in music video for A-ha's Take On Me. In case you missed it, Ed Miliband starred in a music video in an episode of Channel 4's The Last Leg.
He sings along to A-ha's Take On Me. It's pretty brilliant.
"10.04.2017 11:15:00" inews.co.uk Greenpeace dumps sculpture outside Coca-Cola's HQ Greenpeace activists have installed a 2.5 tonne ocean plastic sculpture this morning on the doorstep of Coca-Cola's London HQ, in protest at the company's Greenpeace activists install 2.5 tonne ocean plastic sculpture outside Coca-Cola's London HQ
"10.04.2017 10:30:00" Russell Brand interrupts Katie Hopkins during LBC show This is the moment Russell Brand interrupted Katie Hopkins as she presented her live LBC show on Sunday.
He posted the video on his own Twitter account.
"10.04.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Le Cinq, Paris: restaurant review It was supposed to be a joyous trip to one of France's famous gastro palaces – what could possibly go wrong? We didn't write it ourselves, but our weekends were all made considerably brighter by Jay Rayner's hilarious review of Le Cinq, which you should definitely read if you haven't already
"10.04.2017 09:30:00" inews.co.uk 'Vladimir Putin is responsible for every civilian death' Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has stepped up the war of words with Russia over Syria saying it was responsible for “every civilian death” in Bashar Assad's chemical weapons attack on his own people.
Mr Fallon said Vladimir Putin's Kremlin was to
"10.04.2017 08:45:00" inews.co.uk Kate Humble: Don't think that I'm just some sort of bumpkin idiot TV presenter Kate Humble tells Chloë Hamilton why she she doesn't want a makeover, how country folk are more innovative than city dwellers, and why she's f Kate Humble wants you to know that the countryside isn't stuck in the Dark Ages: country folk are just as innovative as people who live in cities. “And, I would argue, more hard-working. We have to be more ingenious because we have rubbish internet
"10.04.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Revealed: Coca-Cola's shocking impact on the oceans The scale of Coca-Cola's impact on the planet is laid bare today as a new investigation reveals it could be selling more than 100 billion throwaway plastic Coca-Cola sells 3,500 environmentally-damaging single-use bottles every second, according to a Greenpeace International investigation
"10.04.2017 07:15:30" inews.co.uk 'Disabled suffering sweeping benefit cuts under review system' Thousands of disabled people with progressively worsening diseases are seeing their income from a key benefit slashed as they undergo more frequent reviews 48 per cent of claimants had their PIP payment decreased or removed altogether
"10.04.2017 06:06:10" Coca-Cola produce billions of plastic bottles a year - choking and killing marine life after the bottles end up in the ocean.
Greenpeace are now installing a plastic sculpture outside Coca-Cola HQ to highlight their role in the ocean-plastic pollution
"10.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Please stop Irish dancing in our lifts,' hotel begs dance guests “We understand how you need to practise constantly to perfect your skills,” a note left in the building's lifts read.
“However, if you dance in the lifts they will stop moving and you will be stuck in here until we can get an engineer to come and rescue
"10.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk Is Pepsi's advert with Kendal Jenner the worst ever? Yes, yes it is Pepsi's new global ad campaign certainly kicked up a storm last week.
This was the aim, having spent millions of dollars on a piece of film featuring model and reality TV star, Kendall Jenner. Sadly, what transpired was a hurricane of ridicule – and
"10.04.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Emily Thornberry says poor children should learn how to grow a carrot The shadow foreign secretary said young people from low income families are unhealthy because they learn bad eating habits.
This is one solution she suggests...
"10.04.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk How working out at work could help you find time to exercise Are you sitting comfortably? Probably. This week the British Heart Foundation published a report which included the harrowing statistic that the average ma Office yoga anyone?
"09.04.2017 23:01:00" inews.co.uk Tom Hiddleston: Le Carré made a meal of The Night Manager cameo The author made a Hitchcock-style cameo as a restaurant diner during a key scene in the thriller about a former soldier recruited by the intelligence services.
But his insistence on improvising his lines made it the most testing scene in the
"09.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Top school confiscates pupils' games consoles to improve grades The school's deputy head has also been known to turn up at pupils' homes in order to take the devices away
"09.04.2017 21:02:00" inews.co.uk Line Of Duty episode three recap - and things you might have missed Just when you thought the Huntley-Farmer-Ifield saga couldn't get any more complicated, Line Of Duty threw several fiendish new developments into the mix.
"09.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk What my child selling the Big Issue showed me about Brexit Britain I was in the market town of Shrewsbury with my 9 year old on a recent Saturday. We stopped to buy The Big Issue and chat with Samaria, who is Romanian and I was in the market town of Shrewsbury with my 9 year old on a recent Saturday. We stopped to buy The Big Issue and chat with Samaria, who is Romanian and has been in the UK for three years.
Despite the pouring rain and pregnancy-induced back ache,
"09.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk 'When you're managing Nicola Adams, you don't tell her what to do' As she takes her first steps on the path from double Olympic gold medal winner to professional boxing champion, Nicola Adams is being guided by the same ta After winning her first professional fight last night, Nicola Adams' manager compares her 'total focus' on sport to the approach of swimmer Tom Daley, who began a TV career and 'fell flat on his nose' at the Rio Games.
"09.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk The photography series celebrating the real female football fan “Try searching Google or YouTube for pictures of female football fans and you see one type,” Amy Drucquer tells i.
“These images also cater very heavily to one type of audience. Are these images bad? No. Are they representative of the female football
"09.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk Archers actress taught to wield the knife for domestic abuse story Listeners were gripped by the storyline in the BBC Radio 4 soap, which culminated in Helen being cleared of attempting to murder her abusive and bullying husband Rob following a tense trial.
"09.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Russia 'poisoned British detectives investigating Litvinenko murder and gave them diarrhoea' Scotland Yard detectives seeking the killers of Alexander Litvinenko believe they were also poisoned during their investigations in 2006.
Former KGB agent Mr Litvinenko died after drinking a radioactive cup of tea in London, believed to have been ordered
"09.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk The scariest thing about Trump's U-turn on Assad and Syria Even in the whirlwind world of Donald Trump, last week's events were mind-blowing. It began with the 45th president of the United States welcoming a brutal When Trump saw these pictures and carnage on cable news, he told his advisers of “awful” footage from Syria and ordered a military strike in retaliation.
It is alarming that this infantile president reportedly relies on Fox News and wants more pictures
"09.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Ken Livingstone must show contrition over Hitler remarks - John McDonnell John McDonnell has refused to call for Ken Livingstone to be expelled from The Labour Party over his claims about Adolf Hitler's links to Zionism.
The shadow Chancellor did criticise his old ally for not apologising immediately over the remarks and must
"09.04.2017 14:30:00" Timeline Photos When Tim Farron and Theresa May ran for the same parliamentary seat (in Durham) 25 years ago. They both lost.
"09.04.2017 14:00:00" inews.co.uk Google adds fact checking feature to debunk fake news stories Google has added a fact checking feature to its search results in an effort to debunk fake news articles. The new Fact Check label will display what the co Google, like Facebook, has come under increasing pressure to tackle the rise of fake news, which was credited with helping propel Donald Trump into office
"09.04.2017 13:30:00" inews.co.uk Alex Salmond says Theresa May's position on Scotland 'will crumble over time' Theresa May's position that Brexit negotiations means the timing is not right to hold a second Scottish independence referendum will “crumble over time”, the Scottish National Party (SNP)'s Alex Salmond has said.
"09.04.2017 13:00:00" inews.co.uk BBC confirms Radio 2's Brian Matthew has died BBC Radio 2 broadcaster Brian Matthew died on Saturday morning at the age of 88, the BBC has said. The broadcaster was wrongly reported as having died on W 'Radio legend' Brian Matthew died on Saturday morning, the BBC has confirmed, after wrongly reporting the long-standing DJ died on Wednesday
"09.04.2017 12:30:00" inews.co.uk The downside of good weather: hellish hayfever Here I am again on this glorious day, wiped out and typing through streaming, itchy, red-raw eyes.
I throw this open to all i readers: does anyone have a bright idea to combat hay fever to allow me to celebrate spring the way it should be?
"09.04.2017 12:00:00" 'Poor children now are not thin - they're overweight. That is because of poor eating, because of bad eating habits' - Emily Thornberry defends Labour's private school tax
"09.04.2017 11:00:00" Timeline Photos Cabin crew and passengers helped a mum deliver this baby at 42,000 feet in the air. Talk about exceptional service.
"09.04.2017 10:00:00" inews.co.uk Third series of The Crown will feature Camilla Parker Bowles Fans of The Crown may not know what will happen in the drama's second series, but the team behind the acclaimed Netflix show has revealed series three will The Crown producers confirm 'we start meeting Camilla in series three'. Claire Foy will finish her role as the young Queen at the end of series two.
"09.04.2017 09:00:00" inews.co.uk When Bolton had their own galacticos - and what happened next Bolton's current plight is a long way from the club's heyday when, over the space of a four years they had Okocha, Djorkaeff and Hierro. A nostalgic #longread about a remarkable team
"09.04.2017 08:00:00" inews.co.uk Hemsley Sisters and Joe Wicks on how to be a 'social media superstar' Despite being social media superstars, both Jo Wicks and the Hemsley sisters say their success didn't come overnight. With Wickes starting out as a persona Both Joe Wicks and the Hemsley sisters shared how they use social media with the goal of inspiring others to lead healthy lives.
"09.04.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Holidaymaker enjoys free trip to Majorca because of his name Getting away from it all? It was all a bit last minute when Joe McGrath headed to Majorca to celebrate a 30th birthday with a group of 10 friends. What's m Mr McGrath kicked off the three-day trip by staying overnight at his namesake's empty home before flying to Majorca with his new companions who he described as “an absolutely lovely group of people”.
"09.04.2017 07:00:00" inews.co.uk Dame Maggie Smith admits her life changed dramatically after Downton Abbey - The i newspaper online iNews Dame Maggie Smith admits that life after Downton Abbey has completely changed and she can't stop being recognised in public. Speaking at the BFI & Radi Dame Maggie Smith gave a hilarious interview at the BFI & Radio Times television Festival where she revealed that if there is a Downton Abbey film, she'd like the Dowager Countess to be 'killed off' in the opening scene.
"09.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk 'I don't want to sell my father's home to pay for his care' My 89-year-old father is in a nursing home, but he does not meet the criteria for Continued Healthcare Funding. More and more people will have to grapple with these issues in the future as a result of increasing life expectancy and pressures on local authority budgets.
"09.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk The women acting to stop girls missing school because of their periods Three friends in Portsmouth have launched a scheme to leave free tampons and pads in the toilets of local schools as calls for free sanitary protection for The Red Box Project is a community driven initiative designed to ensure girls can access sanitary products throughout their period.
"09.04.2017 04:00:00" inews.co.uk Barry Manilow: I never said I was gay for fear of disappointing people It happened 39 years after he met his long-term boyfriend, and two years after they were married in a private ceremony, finally Barry Manilow, at the age o It happened 39 years after he met his long-term boyfriend, and two years after they were married in a private ceremony, finally Barry Manilow, at the age of 73, felt ready to speak publicly about his sexuality.
"09.04.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk It's not just Kendall - the Kardashians are all socially unaware Kendall Jenner, one of the younger sisters in the Kardashian tribe, is a successful model who now has the questionable accolade of starring in one of the m They focus on selfies, sponsored posts and make up looks. For the queens of self promotion, their brand has some serious holes in it.
"09.04.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Number of smokers worldwide rises to almost one billion Just four countries - China, India, USA, and Russia - are now responsible for half of all deaths from smoking worldwide, according to the latest estimates The USA is one of four countries making up half of all smoking deaths
"09.04.2017 01:00:00" inews.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon: I'll meet Donald Trump when he comes to Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that she will meet Donald Trump if he comes to Scotland as part of his planned state visit to the UK later this year. The Sco Despite previously condemning Mr Trump's policies and behaviour, she said she would not turn down the opportunity to meet him during his planned visit to the UK.
"09.04.2017 00:00:01" inews.co.uk Kendall Jenner's Pepsi ad has left a bad taste in our mouths Sometimes, on a hot day, there's nothing quite like cracking open a cold, refreshing can of pop. The ker-chiss of the ring pull, the gurgle of the fizz as Who knew quenching your thirst could bring about world peace?
"08.04.2017 23:20:00" inews.co.uk I need round of my life to win says Rory McIlroy Rory McIlroy said he needed the round of his life to get a sniff of the green jacket after another frustrating Saturday for him at Augusta. Two birdies in Two birdies in the opening three holes took McIlroy to within three of the lead but his failure to capitalise on his magnificent driving cost him dearly.
"08.04.2017 22:59:00" inews.co.uk Feel like a fraud at work? How to overcome Impostor Syndrome Ever felt like you're getting away with something at work? Or you're not good enough? That could be down to Impostor Syndrome. The phenomenon reportedly affects around 30% of young workers in the UK.
"08.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk HS2 will cut 'trail of destruction' through North's ancient woodlands, campaigners warn More than 20 ancient woodlands are under threat along the Northern route of the HS2 line, according to environmental campaigners who have warned that the £ More than 20 ancient woodlands are under threat along the Northern route of the HS2 line.
"08.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk Michael Caine: I'd rather be poor master than rich servant in the EU Sir Michael Caine has explained that he voted for Brexit because he wanted freedom from the bloc. He said he would "rather be a poor master than a rich ser “It wasn't about the racism, immigrants or anything, it was about freedom,” he said while promoting his new film.
"08.04.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Dame Maggie Smith admits her life changed dramatically after Downton Abbey Dame Maggie Smith admits that life after Downton Abbey has completely changed and she can't stop being recognised in public. Speaking at the BFI & Radi Dame Maggie Smith spoke at the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival today about her career.
She said: “I led a perfectly normal life until Downton Abbey. I could go to the galleries. Fulham Road is dodgy. Life was fine, no one knew who I was.”
"08.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Britain's aversion to exercise should alarm us all Britain is a nation of Olympic titans. It has won an absurd 56 gold medals across the past two Olympic Games. In an age of diminishing British influence, e 20 million people in the UK fail to meet the government's guidelines to stay healthy by doing 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activities each week and strength activities twice a week.
"08.04.2017 20:30:00" inews.co.uk Why Trump can't take Xi Jinping for a round of golf this weekend "It's safe to say there's not going to be any golf," a senior White House official explained this week. He was, of course, referring to Xi Jinping's visit Communist leader Mao Zedong announced a blanket ban on the game in 1949, labelling it a “sport for millionaires”.
"08.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Carey Mulligan and Billie Piper to star in David Hare BBC thriller Carey Mulligan and Billie Piper will star in a state-of-the-nation thriller, written for the BBC by playwright David Hare. Collateral is the first series H Set in present-day London, the Oscar-nominated Mulligan plays a Detective Inspector investigating the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man.
"08.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Life after Trainspotting: 10 other films made in Edinburgh Edinburgh is no stranger to the silver screen. From Trainspotting to The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie – and even brand new blockbusters like Avengers: Infinity War – Edinburgh has provided the backdrop for many iconic films over the years. But Edinburgh has
"08.04.2017 19:30:00" inews.co.uk The five Ukip 'big beasts' who have left since the Brexit referendum Mark Reckless's exit from Ukip is the latest in a string of resignations since the UK voted for Brexit.
"08.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Convicting the dead misunderstands the purpose of criminal courts Victims of crime are of course entitled to justice. And they are entitled to closure. But it is a regrettable fallacy to suppose that the criminal courts can deliver both.
"08.04.2017 18:00:00" inews.co.uk 10 of the best no-frills pubs and bars in Glasgow Forget the fancy cocktails and designer interiors, sometimes all you want is a cheap and cheerful pint in a no-frills pub.
"08.04.2017 17:15:00" inews.co.uk Hemsley Sisters and Joe Wicks on how to be a 'social media superstar' Despite being social media superstars, both Jo Wicks and the Hemsley sisters say their success didn't come overnight. With Wickes starting out as a persona Joe Wicks and the Hemsley Sisters have millions of followers on their social media accounts.
They spoke at the BFI and Radio Times festival about how they use social media to promote healthy living.
"08.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Memory rules rewritten after 'beautiful' brain study surprises scientists For decades, scientists have scratched their chins over how we make and store memories that can be retrieved years later. The answer may finally have been reached.
"08.04.2017 16:00:00" inews.co.uk Discarded Daughters: the harrowing film speaking up for Pakistan's unwanted girls One ambulance worker describes, quite matter-of-factly, discovering around 12 to 15 bodies, “easily” per week.
“We find them wrapped in cloth, and thrown in sewage canals or garbage dumps,” he says. “The majority of them are little girls.”
"08.04.2017 15:00:00" inews.co.uk Life after Trainspotting: 10 other films made in Edinburgh Edinburgh is a regular on the silver screen. Avengers: Infinity War is currently being filmed in Edinburgh, but the city is no stranger to film crews.
"08.04.2017 14:45:00" inews.co.uk Damien Hirst's epic new show: porn stars, high camp and fakery Call it chutzpah, call it brass, call it audacity: Damien Hirst has it in spades. Across two vast sites in Venice – palace galleries owned by the the Frenc 'Everywhere you turn, there are muscular, outsized rearing serpents. It is so OTT in its masculinity that it drops off the other side into high camp.'
"08.04.2017 13:46:21" inews.co.uk Doctors in Syria call for urgent medical equipment through Amazon wishlist "The gas attack made doctors realised that they didn't have the right equipment or protective clothing to treat patients.
"One doctor died and there is already a shortage of doctors on the ground. The effort is extremely exhausting, physically and
"08.04.2017 13:16:26" inews.co.uk Quiz: identify the teams from the lower league football grounds While newer all-seater arenas can look mundane and homogeneous, there are still plenty of traditional grounds in England and Scotland. A tough quiz for even the most well-travelled football fans.
"08.04.2017 12:23:16" inews.co.uk Record number of GP practices closing their doors Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, chair of the Royal College of GPs, said doctors and their staff are no longer able to cope with “ever-growing patient demand without the necessary funding and workforce to deal with it”.
She said: “This has serious
"08.04.2017 11:15:00" inews.co.uk Brits eat four times more packaged food than fresh food Obesity experts are warning that colourful packaging makes it difficult for fresh food to compete, with alcohol also to blame.
"08.04.2017 09:45:00" inews.co.uk Pub quiz champion in the making? Test your general knowledge in our fiendish quiz Ouch, our egos have taken a hit this morning. This one's a tough'un.
"08.04.2017 09:01:00" inews.co.uk What makes chemical weapons the 'red-line' in Syria's war How chemical weapons work Nerve agents: Highly lethal and fast-acting, they cause disruption to the nerve by causing organ failure Blister agents: The most When more than 400,000 people are thought to have died since civil war broke out in Syria, why is the use of chemical weapons the “red line” for world leaders?
"08.04.2017 08:15:00" inews.co.uk Indian girls sold into sex work become lawyers to take on criminals Sabnam was nine years old when her parents sold her into prostitution. They were living in extreme poverty in India and felt they had no other choice. She “I have been waiting for justice for many years. The perpetrators of such crimes are roaming around going about freely doing their illicit business.”
"08.04.2017 07:30:00" inews.co.uk Bizarre pupil accidents cost schools £7m in compensation Pupils being injured at school in bizarre accidents have cost schools more than £7 million in compensation, according to official figures. One pupil was st From cricket balls to the head to walking into posts: £7.25 million has been paid out to accident-prone children in the last three years.
"08.04.2017 07:00:00" The Grand National - i sponsors Characters on Dave #ionDave i lines up #GrandNational Have you seen our idents on Dave TV? #ionDave
"08.04.2017 06:00:00" inews.co.uk Rowan Atkinson says Maigret's 'relative blandness' put him off role The comedian Rowan Atkinson quickly realised that humour would not work playing the detective Jules Maigret. Atkinson, well known for comedy roles such as Atkinson revealed that there are no plans to reprise his part in Blackadder. But a treatment had previously been written for Redadder, set in Russia.
"08.04.2017 05:30:00" inews.co.uk Stars lining up for Sergio Garcia to wear green on Seve's birthday The whole of Spain is looking skyward. Seve Ballesteros would have been 60 tomorrow. Sergio Garcia closed his second round with a share of the clubhouse le Garcia has 22 top ten finishes in majors, more than any in the modern era still without a victory. His appearance here is his 71st consecutive major, again a record. You could say he is due.
"08.04.2017 05:00:00" inews.co.uk 'Person of interest' arrested after Stockholm lorry crash Swedish police are hunting the driver of a hijacked beer truck that hit pedestrians before being deliberately rammed into a department store in the heart o Police admitted they did not know if one person or several people were involved. They are interviewing two other people in connection with the attack.
"08.04.2017 03:00:00" inews.co.uk A warning to North Korea and Iran It's easy for Donald Trump to look decisive here because of the vacuum of leadership on Syria left by his predecessor. This was a high-ballistic memo to Damascus, Pyongyang, Tehran, and to their sponsor powers in Moscow and Beijing.
"08.04.2017 02:00:00" inews.co.uk Apple's new app subtitles you as you speak and it's brilliant Shooting video on your phone, while convenient, more often than not doesn't look that great. Apple is hoping to spell an end to poorly-shot footage with Cl "Nothing short of a miracle"
"08.04.2017 01:25:00" inews.co.uk Puffins who migrate together 'more successful' at having pufflings Puffins of a feather who flock together are more likely to raise families together, according to a new scientific study. Researchers from Oxford's Departme A six-year study placed tiny tracking devices on 12 pairs of Puffins who were breeding on Skomer Island in Pembrokeshire.
"08.04.2017 00:11:00" inews.co.uk Inaction on Syria is indefensible - the UK must step up To order the dropping sarin gas, the deadly nerve agent that mercilessly chokes the life from all that inhale it, on innocent civilians, including children To return and bomb the hospital treating the victims of a chemical attack must surely confirm the Assad regime as one of the most appalling war criminals of this century, writes Alison McGovern
"07.04.2017 22:30:00" inews.co.uk Quiz: identify the teams from the lower league football grounds While newer all-seater arenas can look mundane and homogeneous, there are still plenty of traditional grounds in England and Scotland. Can you identify the 10 lower league teams which play at football grounds in England and Scotland?
"07.04.2017 22:00:00" inews.co.uk It's not just Kendall - the Kardashians are all socially unaware Kendall Jenner, one of the younger sisters in the Kardashian tribe, is a successful model who now has the questionable accolade of starring in one of the m The Pepsi advert isn't the first time one of the Kardashian sisters has been culturally or socially insensitive
"07.04.2017 21:30:00" inews.co.uk Katie Walsh National win would be 40 years after historic ride Charlotte Brew is a name few people today will associate with the Grand National. Yet she made history in 1977 when, at the 131st renewal of the world-famo Katie Walsh is the woman closest to winning the Grand National – coming third in 2012 on the 8-1 joint favourite, Seabass.
"07.04.2017 21:00:00" inews.co.uk Inside No 9 reveals eclectic cast for series four Just two weeks have passed since Inside No 9 brought its third series to a sublime conclusion. But already details of the next batch have started to emerge. Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton aren't hanging about.
"07.04.2017 20:27:00" inews.co.uk Holidaymaker enjoys free trip to Majorca because of his name Getting away from it all? It was all a bit last minute when Joe McGrath headed to Majorca to celebrate a 30th birthday with a group of 10 friends. What's m A group of friends from Bristol asked Joe McGrath to come along on their holiday after one of them – also named Joe McGrath – dropped out.
The friends had only supplied their names to the airline and hotel as their passport details didn't need to be
"07.04.2017 20:00:00" inews.co.uk Raw: a chilling and ravenous coming-of-age horror This compelling cannibalism movie marks the emergence of a tasty new talent in the form of debut writer-director Julia Ducournau. This new film has been prompting walk-outs - and vomit-ins.
"07.04.2017 19:33:01" inews.co.uk 10 of the best no-frills pubs and bars in Glasgow Forget the fancy cocktails and designer interiors, sometimes all you want is a cheap and cheerful pint in a no-frills pub. From American style dive bars to Because sometimes you just want a pint.
"07.04.2017 19:00:00" inews.co.uk Carey Mulligan and Billie Piper to star in David Hare BBC thriller Carey Mulligan and Billie Piper will star in a state-of-the-nation thriller, written for the BBC by playwright David Hare. Collateral is the first series H Set in present-day London, the Oscar-nominated Mulligan plays a Detective Inspector investigating the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man
"07.04.2017 18:30:00" inews.co.uk Why you should watch poignant clown comedy Baskets The brainchild of Louis CK, Jonathan Krisel and Zach Galifianakis, Baskets blends together frank social commentary with slapstick. Baskets finally comes to British TV next week
"07.04.2017 18:09:23" inews.co.uk Why your boss should be helping you work out Are you sitting comfortably? Probably. This week the British Heart Foundation published a report which included the harrowing statistic that the average ma This will require some strict Lycra guidelines.
"07.04.2017 17:40:00" inews.co.uk Parents, take note: up to £2,000 is available to help with childcare costs - The i newspaper online iNews Up to £2,000 to help with childcare costs is available from the state thanks to the tax-free childcare scheme, which has now launched. Free money anyone?
"07.04.2017 17:20:00" inews.co.uk Freida Pinto in tears as 'blackness' row hits Idris Elba's Guerrilla The actress Freida Pinto was reduced to tears at the premiere of Guerrilla, the new Idris Elba drama about Britain's black power movement in the 1970s, aft The premiere of Idris Elba's new series about Britain's black power movement descended into a furious row over the decision to make the protagonist an Asian woman.
"07.04.2017 17:00:00" inews.co.uk Is Mousa Dembele the Premier League's most underrated player? Such is the quality of players in the top six it is understandable that some are overlooked. One such player is Tottenham's Mousa Dembele. Maradona, Ronaldinho… Dembele?
"07.04.2017 16:40:00" Question Time: Leave voter grills Diane Abbott for 'disgusting... Question Time: Leave voter urges Diane Abbott to apologise for 'disgusting lie' about 'racist' EU voters