Westlife discuss their comeback performance at the NTA's, their new track written by Ed Sheeran and upcoming arena tour and album.
Westlife on collaborating with Ed Sheeran
Westlife discuss their comeback performance at the NTA's, their new track written by Ed Sheeran and upcoming arena tour and album.
Emily Atack talks boys and One-Woman show!
Emily Atack is taking a different direction after the jungle and is going to be on tour with her new One-Woman show.
Search for Emiliano Sala's aircraft suspended in bad weather
Cardiff City record signing Emiliano Sala was on a light aircraft which went missing over the Channel Islands on Monday night
The MP who delayed c-section to vote on Brexit deal
An MP who was wheeled into the Commons to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal after postponing a Caesarean section, has welcomed plans to allow new parents to nominate other members to vote on their behalf. Labour MP and new mother Tulip Siddiq said a one-year trial of proxy voting for new mothers and fathers in the House of Commons was a "momentous and overdue" change.
Rapper Chris Brown in custody over rape allegations
Chris Brown and two others are in custody in Paris over a rape complaint. The singer faces charges of aggravated rape and drug infractions.
Andy Burnham urges PM to 'free up parliament'
Mayor of Greater Manchester has urged the government to "free up parliament" to allow a consensus to be reached on Brexit. Andy Burnham arrived at the cabinet office for a meeting with government ministers to argue a case for Greater Manchester.
Donald Trump nominated for ‘Worst Actor’ in Razzies
US President Donald Trump has been nominated for ‘Worst Actor’ at the Razzie Awards 2019. The Trumps both received nominations for playing themselves
Dominic Grieve 'simplified' Brexit amendment
The Tory former attorney general Dominic Grieve has tabled an amendment to Theresa May’s Brexit Plan B which would allow MPs to take control of what is debated in the House of Commons on six separate days in the run up to March 29.
Prince Charles opens new health centre at Dumfries House
The Prince of Wales has opened a new health and well-being centre at Dumfries House. Charles, known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland, marked the success of The Prince's Foundation's integrated health and wellbeing programme.
Duchess of Cambridge launches new helpline at Family Action
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the charity Family Action in Lewisham today to launch a new confidential helpline for families in need. Family Action has set up FamilyLine for anyone struggling with aspects of family life, from parenting and relationship difficulties to mental health and wellbeing.
Cardiff City FC player Emiliano Sala on missing plane
There remains no sign of the light aircraft carrying new Cardiff City record signing Emiliano Sala after search and rescue teams scoured more than 1,000 square miles of the English Channel. Five aircraft and two lifeboats are hunting waters north of Alderney for the plane, which was carrying the Premier League player and one other person - believed to be the pilot - when it went off radar on Monday evening.
Ministers depart Downing Street after weekly cabinet meeting
Ministers depart Downing Street after their cabinet meeting as Theresa May faces new challenges on getting a Brexit deal that would get the support of parliament.
Brokenshire: PM 'determined' to see Brexit through
Housing, Communities and Local Government Secretary James Brokenshire has said the prime minister is "determined" to find a way forward on Brexit
Lucas and Lammy demand a People's Vote
Labour MP David Lammy and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas present their case for a 'People's Vote' at a press conference at the Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors in Westminster.
Barclay: 'Working constructively ' to address backstop issue
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has said the government is "working constructively" on how to deal with the Irish backstop issue.
Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at court with Georgina Rodriguez
Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at court in Madrid with partner Georgina Rodriguez to answer tax fraud charges
Ministers arrive for weekly cabinet meeting at Downing St
Ministers arrive for their weekly cabinet meeting at Downing Street as Theresa May faces new challenges on getting a Brexit deal that would get the support of parliament.
Which of these big 2018 movies looks set for Oscars success?
With the nominations announced today, here are our picks for Oscars success. Black Panther, A Star is Born, The Favourite and Vice all feature.
'People's Vote not Labour policy but on the table'
Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey says Labour has not yet decided whether it would tell its MPs to back a second referendum on Brexit if its Commons amendment is chosen but has suggested that a second referendum "is on the table."
Sir David Attenborough: There’s doom around the corner
Sir David Attenborough has urged world leaders to act on climate change before it’s too late. His comments were made at the World Economic Forum.
Gigantic holes form in Iran due to excessive water pumping
Gigantic holes in Iran were not caused by missiles or meteorst, but are the result of land sinking due to excessive water pumping
Hilary Benn: We must take no-deal off the table
Labour's Chair of the Exiting the EU Committee Hilary Benn has said Theresa May must take no-deal off the table. Prime Minister Theresa May said today if Parliamentarians don't want no deal, then they should vote for the deal.
Hilary Benn: Let Parliament hold 'indicative votes'
Labour's Chair of the Exiting the EU Committee Hilary Benn says "while the door may have been open, her mind has remained closed" during the talks with Parliamentarians. He asks for a series of "indicative votes" on what Parliament would approve.
DUP welcome PM approach on backstop
The DUP's Westminster leader Nigel Dodds thanked the prime minister for the meetings they have held, and her "willingness to reach a consensus" and seek changes to the backstop.
Ken Clarke urges flexibility on customs union with EU
Veteran Tory MP Ken Clarke says he welcomes the PM's acknowledgement of the need to compromise, as well as her comments that she will not compromise on a permanently open border on the island of Ireland. Mr Clarke suggests reaching out to Remainers, at least by relaxing her "normal rejection" of a customs union and regulatory alignment. He questions whether other trade deals will fill the void left by the EU.
Anna Soubry: This just isn't good enough
Conservative MP and ardent Remainer Anna Soubry has said Theresa May's amended deal "is just not good enough." She said Britain has "become a laughingstock" and claims "nothing has changed".
Theresa May to scrap the £65 fee for EU citizens
Theresa May is scrapping the £65 fee millions of EU citizens were going to have to pay to secure the right to live in the UK after Brexit. It came as the prime minister makes a statement to MPs on how she plans to get them to back her Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson: 'Seek legally binding change to backstop'
Boris Johnson congratulates Theresa May on her decision to go back and renegotiate the Irish backstop and asks for a legally binding "change" to the backstop.
Corbyn says May is in 'deep denial' over Brexit defeat
Jeremy Corbyn has said Theresa May is still in "deep denial" over the defeat of her Brexit deal in the Commons. Responding to her statement, he said she "must change her red lines" as her current deal is "undeliverable".
PM departs Downing Street ahead of Commons statement
PM departs downing street ahead of Commons statement
Cross-party MPs had 'constructive' meeting with government
A group of cross-party MPs have met with senior government ministers to discuss a second referendum.
Jeremy Hunt: UK ‘committed’ to Good Friday Agreement
Theresa May is to set out her next steps to build a Commons majority for a Brexit deal amid signs she is still unwilling to give ground on her central demands. It has been reported the prime minister is considering trying to amend the Good Friday Agreement however Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said the UK remains "committed" to the Northern Ireland peace process.
Australia seeking free trade deal with UK after Brexit
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox met with Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham in London. Australia is hoping to secure a free trade deal with the UK after it leaves the European Union.
Prince Philip car crash victim: Duke should be prosecuted
Prince Philip car crash victim Emma Fairweather said she believes the Duke should face prosecution for the accident if found to be at fault.
May welcomes Ardern to Downing Street
The Prime Minister Theresa May has welcomed New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern to Downing Street this afternoon, before heading to the Commons to update MPs on Brexit.
Soubry and Umunna arrive at Cabinet Office for Brexit talks
Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna arrive at Cabinet Office for talks on second referendum with Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington and Theresa May's chief of staff, Gavin Barwell.
David Lidington arrives at Downing Street for Brexit talks
Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington arrives at Downing Street for more Brexit talks with fellow MPs.
Penny Mordaunt: We have to deliver Brexit
Theresa May is to set out her next steps to build a Commons majority for a Brexit deal amid signs she is still unwilling to give ground on her central demands. International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said parliament needs to "come together" and support the prime minister's deal.
Rare total lunar eclipse comes with a super 'Blood Moon'
The only total lunar eclipse this year came with a supermoon bonus. The event was visible throughout America and some parts of Europe
Amber Rudd 'hopes' MPs are satisfied with PM's amended deal
Theresa May is to set out her next steps to build a Commons majority for a Brexit deal amid signs she is still unwilling to give ground on her central demands. Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has said she "hopes" MPs are satisfied with May's amended deal.
Anya Taylor-Joy's mates think she's ridiculous!
Anya Taylor-Joy was looking amazing at The 39th London Critics' Circle Film Awards in London and admitted her mates think her fame's ridiculous!
Fionn Whitehead talks Harry Styles and Bandersnatch
Fionn Whitehead graced our screens as Tommy in Dunkirk and now he's back in Black Mirror hit, Bandersnatch and talks about the hype.
World's oldest man dies at home in Japan aged 113
The world's oldest man has died at his home in northern Japan at the age of 113. Masazo Nonaka passed away in the early hours of Sunday in Ashoro
Queen attends church following Prince Philip's car crash
Queen Elizabeth II has attended Sandringham Church this morning without Prince Philip, just three days after the duke was involved in a car crash.
Running street battle in Paris on 10th weekend of protests
Traffic lights were overturned and cars looted as riot police in Paris attempted to contain a tenth consecutive weekend of Yellow Vest protests
Director of Mary Queen of Scots talks 16th century legs
Mary Queen of Scots director Josie Rourke reveals what period costumes are really made of and why British actors are warned not to get too muscly
Dry January: The true impact on your health and the economy
Launched by the charity Alcohol Change UK, Dry January has steadily grown in popularity around the world. But what's the real impact on your health?
Keir Starmer sets out Labour's vision for a Brexit solution
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer says it would not be easy to get out of the current impasse on Brexit. He continued to set out Labour's vision for a solution on the Brexit crisis.
Operation to rescue Spanish boy who fell down well continues
Attempts continue to rescue two-year-old Julen Rosello who fell down a 110-metre borehole in southern Spain.
Prince Philip's active moments
The Duke of Edinburgh has always maintained an active and independent lifestyle and has since enjoyed driving well into his advanced years.
Family of arson attack victim: Months were 'worst' of lives
The sister of a victim who died in an arson attack says months following the death were "the worst" of the family's life. Leah Reek was among the five people killed after three men destroyrd a supermarket with a "bomb-like" blast to claim a £300,000 insurance pay-out.
Liam Fox signs first 'pipeline' post-Brexit trade deal
International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox signs the first of a "pipeline" of post-Brexit trade agreements with the Australian High Commissioner George Brandis. Dr Fox says the UK would not be able to have an independent trade policy if it was to remain in the customs union.
Controversial bull taming sport makes a comeback in India
A traditional, but controversial bull taming sport called Jallikattu has made a comeback in southern India after being banned for three years.
Ant McPartlin is all smiles as he returns to work
Ant McPartlin has returned to work alongside presenting partner Dec Donnelly on the new series of Britain's Got Talent. The 43-year-old took time away from the spotlight to go to rehab following a drink-driving arrest.
Ant and Dec reunite for Britain's Got Talent auditions
Ant McPartlin has returned to work with his long-time screen partner Declan Donnelly at the first day of auditions for ITV's Britain's Got Talent.
Princess Anne asked about Prince Philip following car crash
Princess Anne is asked how her father Prince Philip is faring after he was involved in a car accident with another vehicle on Thursday. Prince Phillip suffered no injuries in the accident which happened close to the Sandringham Estate.
Iain Duncan Smith has 'very good' meeting with Theresa May
Former Conservative party leader Iain Duncan Smith says he had a "very good" meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May. Ms May is continuing talks with MPs from across the political divide, as she continues efforts to build a consensus for a Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson: A Brexit delay would be 'shameful'
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson says it would be "shameful" for Prime Minister Theresa May to request an extension of Article 50. He adds Ms May's Brexit deal was a "betrayal" of the 2016 referendum result.
Man Who Helped Prince Philip Describes Crash
The man who helped Prince Philip from his overturned car described how he pulled the splintered windscreen from the Duke's vehicle and "eased him out". Roy Warne, 75, was driving with his wife when he witnessed Prince Philip's car accident with another vehicle on Thursday close to the Sandringham Estate.
Eyewitnesses describe the scene of Prince Philip’s car crash
Eyewitnesses have described the scene immediately after Prince Philip's Land Rover hit another car near Sandringham.
Man who helped Duke in car says it was an astonishing escape
The man who pulled the Duke of Edinburgh from his crashed car has said it was an "astonishing escape" and the royal is a "very brave man." Roy Warne, 75, was driving with his wife when he witnessed Prince Philip’s car accident with another vehicle on Thursday close to the Sandringham Estate.
Nigel Farage urges Leavers to 'prepare' for Brexit betrayal
Speaking at a Leave Means Leave rally, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged Leavers to "prepare" for Brexit betryal for a second referendum.
GLASS: M. Night Shyamalan on making cameos & James McAvoy
Glass director M. Night Shyamalan talks to Melissa Nathoo about putting the trilogy to bed, making cameos in his movies and the talent of James McAvoy
Brexit Select Committee Chair Hilary Benn meets ministers
The Chair of the Brexit Select Committee Hilary Benn met with David Lidington and colleagues at the Cabinet Office on Thursday along with Labour Party colleague Yvette Cooper. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had urged members to not engage with the government until a no-deal Brexit is off the table. However, following the Cabinet Office meeting, Mr Benn said he had made it very clear that the government has to rule out no-deal and that the Prime Minister needs to change her red lines. Earlier in the day Mr Corbyn had made the same demands of the government during a speech in Hastings.
Hamsters and dogs blessed by Catholic priests across Europe
On the feast day of St Antony the Abbot - patron saint of domestic animals - dogs, cats and a hamster were blessed at the Vatican and around Europe
Video shows 11 abandoned cats being rescued from boxes
Video released by the Celia Hammond Animal Trust shows the heart-warming moment 11 abandoned cats were rescued from sealed boxes.
Victoria Beckham set to launch comedy YouTube channel
Former Spice Girls star and fashion icon Victoria Beckham is taking up vlogging and preparing to launch a comedy Youtube channel
DUP want to deal with 'toxicity' of backstop
The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party has spoken of the "toxicity" of the backstop in Theresa May's current Withdrawal Agreement with the EU. Arlene Foster said, "we need to deal with that issue and we need to deal with it in a very clear way for the European Union". The DUP's votes were crucial in the government's defeat of the no-confidence vote in Parliament on Wednesday evening.
Corbyn calls on May to ‘take no-deal off the table’
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to “take no-deal off the table” and “ditch the red lines” before he is willing to talk with the Prime Minister on how best to proceed with Brexit. The Labour Party leader described Mrs May’s offer of cross-party talks on Wednesday evening as “a stunt, not a serious attempt to engage with a new reality that is needed”.
Lucas: People's Vote can break Brexit 'logjam'
Caroline Lucas MP has said a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union, the so-called People's Vote, can break the Brexit "logjam" get support in Parliament. The former Green Party leader said it's "absolutely clear there is no support for no-deal in Parliament" and that the pressure for Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn to move on a People's Vote is "becoming overwhelming".
Robot replicates steps of 290-million-year-old creature
Scientists present a walking, robotic replica of a 290-million-year-old Orobates Pabsti, based on a fossil found in Germany.
Nigel Evans: PM's 'got to listen to the 17.4m people'
Pro-Brexit Conservative MPs Nigel Evans and Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown arrived at the Cabinet Office on Thursday morning as Theresa May holds talks with representatives from across the political divide on how Britain should leave the European Union. Mr Evans said that some MPs needed to "get over" the fact that the UK will leave the EU and that the Prime Minister has to "listen to the 17.4 million people".
Lucas to tell May, 'Get no-deal off the table'
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas met with Theresa May on Thursday morning as the Prime Minister continues efforts to build a consensus for Britain's exit from the European Union. The former Green Party leader said Mrs May's meetings with MPs from across Parliament was "happening two and a half years too late". The Member for Brighton, Pavilion said that she would be asking Prime Minister to "get no-deal off the table".
Brandon Lewis accuses Labour of 'playing politics'
Brandon Lewis has accused Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of being "hypocritical" for not talking with Theresa May on Wednesday evening following the no-confidence vote. The Conservative Party Chair said the Labour Party is "playing politics rather than getting real".
Horses run through bonfires at Luminarias festival in Spain
Horses gallop through bonfires at the annual Luminarias festival which takes place in San Bartolome de Pinares in Spain.
Theresa May: It’s now the time to put self-interest aside
Prime Minister Theresa May has invited MPs from all parties to work on a new Brexit deal after surviving a vote of no confidence in the House of Commons.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Royal Albert Hall
Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex have attended the premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Totem’ at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of Harry’s ‘Sentebale’ charity.
Liam Fox says no Brexit would be a betrayal
Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said not delivering Brexit would be a betrayal of the British electorate. The MPs comments come after Theresa May’s government survived a vote of no confidence.
Corbyn calls for ‘no deal Brexit’ to be ruled out
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for Theresa May to confirm she will not opt for a ‘no deal Brexit’ following her vote of no confidence survival.
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