Simon Daniels, the man who gave CPR to Glenn Hoddle, saving his life has spoken about that day.
Hero who saved Glenn Hoddle's life speaks about that day
Simon Daniels, the man who gave CPR to Glenn Hoddle, saving his life has spoken about that day.
Exclusive interview with alleged IS fighter Jihadi Jack
Speaking from northern Syria, where he's been held in prison for the past 2 years, Jack Letts has told ITV News he wants to come home. The 23-year-old, who's originally from Oxford, now wants to face a trial here. His case comes days after Islamic State bride Shamima Begum was stripped of her British citizenship by the Home Secretary.
Exclusive interview with man who saved Glenn Hoddle’s life
Former England player and manager Glenn Hoddle collapsed in BT Sport's studios last October. Quick-thinking sound engineer Simon Daniels saved his life by performing CPR. Mr Daniels has spoken about the incident for the first time in an exclusive interview with ITV News.
On The Basis of Sex: Armie Hammer does ‘all of the cooking’
On The Basis of Sex star Armie Hammer talks to us about gender equality and his cooking skills.
Prince Charles' visit to care home makes residents smile
The Prince of Wales visits Plas Bryn Rhosyn Care Home to see how the arts and activity programme there is helping elderly residents get more active.
Chris Leslie: 'Labour Party is out of touch'
Former Labour MP Chris Leslie says that the politicians who resigned from the party this week did so because they "can't just turn a blind eye to what is an appalling culture” within Labour.
Andrew Percy: 'BDG are tired of ERG's behaviour'
Brexit Delivery Group co-chairman Andrew Percy says that members of the group are becoming "tired" of the rival European Research Group's refusal to back the prime minister.
Jeremy Corbyn: 'I regret Ian Austin's resignation'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he "regrets" the resignation of Ian Austin from the party. Mr Austin is the ninth Labour MP to quit this week, blaming leader Jeremy Corbyn for "creating a culture of extremism and intolerance".
Courtney Lawes: The fans make for a great tournament
England forward Courtney Lawes speaks ahead of Saturday's Six Nations game against Wales.
Emotional flypast for US airmen who sacrificed themselves
Ten US airmen who sacrificed themselves to save children playing on a field in Sheffield 75 years ago have been honoured with an emotional flypast.
Shocking footage shows stolen lorry out of control
Shocking footage shows an out of control lorry careering through a peaceful Yorkshire village, which later killed a pedestrian last year.
Queen meets double-amputee veteran turned artist
Queen Elizabeth II today attended a service to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Army Chaplains' Department's 'Royal' prefix. She met with veteran soldier, and double-amputee, Harry Parker who was commissioned to paint three artworks to commemorate the anniversary.
Israel launches first ever mission to moon
Israel has launched a privately funded mission to the moon. The 'Beresheet' unmanned robotic craft will land on 11 April.
Prince Charles celebrates with students at awards ceremony
The Prince of Wales, Patron of The Prayer Book Society, presented the Cranmer Awards at the Society's thirtieth annual contest at Lambeth Palace. The awards are an annual competition run by the Prayer Book Society to introduce young people to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
Tiger vs man tug-of-war sparks outrage
A zoo in Dartmouth has come under fire for charging members of the public to take part in a game of tug-of-war with its tigers and lions.
Dominic Grieve: 'I have no desire to go anywhere else'
Conservative party member, Dominic Grieve, says he has "no desire to go anywhere else" after speculation he might leave the party to join The Independent Group.
Jess Phillips: 'Labour is considered to be racist'
Labour MP Jess Phillips says she believes that her party is considered to be racist but wants to give leader Jeremy Corbyn the chance to change the party from within.
Last Isis fighters warned to surrender or die in Syria
The last remaining Isis fighters have been warned to surrender or die in Syria before special forces, including those from the US and UK, move in.
Yes, this really is Prince Charles breakdancing in 1985!
With the news that breakdancing has been proposed for inclusion in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, we know one member of the royal family who'll be pleased. In rare footage from our royal archive, the Prince of Wales can be seen on the dancefloor with professional breakdancers in 1985.
Jeremy Corbyn: PM is being held to ransom by ERG
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Prime Minister Theresa May is allowing herself to be held to ransom by the European Research Group over Brexit.
Justine Greening arrives at Number 10 Downing Street
Former Education Secretary Justine Greening arrives at 10 Downing Street amid rumours she might be next to resign from the Conservative Party.
Ken Clarke: 'I have never seen my party like this'
Father of the House of Commons, Ken Clarke, says he has "never seen" the Conservative Party in the situation it currently finds itself. He believes that the party is being "manipulated" by the right-wing faction.
John McDonnell is 'disappointed' by Labour resignations
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer John McDonnell says he is "saddened" and "disappointed" by the Labour MPs who have left the party.
Justine Greening on Conservative Party resignations
Justine Greening says she has considered her membership of the Conservative Party following the resignation of three of her colleagues on Wednesday but adds: "I don't think it's the right step for me at the moment". The former Education Secretary said that there needs to be a resolution on Brexit but is also asking the Conservative Party to " step up to the plate" and "find our voice" on what the party stands for.
Jeremy Corbyn: 'Shamima Begum should be allowed back'
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says Islamic State bride Shamima Begum should be allowed back to Britain.
Jeremy Corbyn: Shamima Begum 'needs support' back in UK
In an interview with ITV News, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says jihadi bride Shamima Begum should not be stripped of her UK citizenship.
How will the Oscars cope without a host?
The producers of the 'hostless' Oscars say they will be able to keep the momentum going with performances from the likes of Queen.
Celebs at Meghan's New York baby shower
Celebrities including Amal Clooney, Gayle King, Jessica Mulroney and Abigail Spencer have been spotted leaving New York's Mark hotel.
Amber Rudd: 'Sad to have lost good, committed colleagues'
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd says it is sad that the Conservatives have lost three good, committed colleagues from the party.
Philip Hammond says he is 'saddened' by defecting Tory MPs
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, says he is 'very saddened' by the three MPs who left the Tory Party. He added that he hopes in time they will come back to the 'Conservative Family'.
Jeremy Corbyn ignores questions about Labour defectors
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to answer questions about whether there might be further defections from his party after a group of eight Labour MPs defected from the party.
Beyonce sneaks Meghan Markle tribute into Brit awards
Hugh Jackman opened the Brit awards last night, with awards going to Pink, George Ezra and royal tribute to Meghan Markle from Beyonce and Jay-Z.
Theresa May heads to Brussels to meet Jean-Claude Juncker
Prime Minister Theresa May heads to Brussels to meet EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Prince Harry visits 42 Commando Royal Marines
The Duke of Sussex visits 42 Commando Royal Marines at their base in Bickleigh to learn about the capability of the specialist teams within the unit. Later he carries out a Green Beret presentation for recruits on completion of their basic Royal Marines training. Since assuming the role of Captain General Royal Marines from his grandfather The Duke of Edinburgh in December 2017, Prince Harry has already visited new recruits at the Commando Training Centre in Lympstone and most recently met Marines during a training exercise in Norway.
Hilarious video shows ATM thieves failing
Police in Australia have shared footage of thieves attempting to steal an ATM at a petrol station in Queensland.
Soubry: Tories are irredeemable but Corbyn would be disaster
Former Health Secretary and Conservative MP Anna Soubry says the party is "irredeemable", however adds Jeremy Corbyn would be an "absolute disaster" for the country.
Heidi Allen: None of existing parties are right answer for c
Former Conservative MP Heidi Allen says she had felt "very uncomfortable for a long time" within the party, adding she regretted it "changing so much" she was "forced" to leave.
Anna Soubry: My values are no longer welcome in Tory party
Former Health Secretary and Conservative MP Anna Soubry says she believes her values and principles are "no longer welcome" in the Conservative party. She adds it was "with a heavy heart" she left the party.
Brokenshire 'saddened and disappointed' at Tory resignations
Housing Secretary James Brokenshire says he was "saddened and disappointed" at the resignation of three Conservative MPs. However, he adds the government's focus has to remain on delivering Brexit.
Rare footage of Anna Soubry breaking up TV brawl in 1988
Rare footage from 1988 shows Nottinghamshire MP Anna Soubry breaking up a TV studio brawl as presenter of regional news show 'Central Weekend'.
Wollaston: PM failed to tackle burning injustices in society
Former Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston says Prime Minister Theresa May has failed to deliver on her promise to tackle the burning injustices in society. She adds it was "with great sadness" she left the party.
Heidi Allen: I am tired of feeling numb in Westminster
Former Conservative MP Heidi Allen says she is "tired of feeling numb" in Westminster as part of the Conservative party. She adds she can no longer represent a party that "can't open their eyes to the suffering endured" by society's vulnerable.
Begum: 'Heartbreaking and unjust' losing British citizenship
Shamima Begum said it was "heartbreaking" to have been stripped of her British citizenship. The 19-year-old was shown a letter from the Home Office by ITV News, and added she felt it was an "unjust" decision.
PM: Never thought Labour would be accused of anti-Semitism
Prime Minister Theresa May says she never thought she would see the day when a “once-proud” Labour party was accused of “institutional anti-Semitism”. She adds it was incumbent on all MPs to act against anti-Semitism.
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson ‘break-up’
Khloe Kardashian has reportedly split up with Tristan Thompson after allegations he cheated on her with Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods.
Theresa May heads to Parliament for PMQs
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street for PMQs at Parliament, as three Conservative MPs resign from the party.
Sajid Javid is asked about IS teen bride Shamima Begum
Home Secretary Sajid Javid is asked whether Shamima Begum would be left stateless following the Home Office's decision to revoke her British citizenship. The 19-year-old fled to Syria to join IS in 2015, however now wants to return to the UK.
Barclay: 'Good progress made' on backstop issue
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay says good progress has been made with the EU on the backstop issue following meetings with Michel Barnier.
Duchess of Cornwall attends London Fashion Week
The Duchess of Cornwall has attended London Fashion Week on behalf of the Queen to present designer Bethany Williams with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
Motor industry: Honda a 'body blow' amid Brexit uncertainty
Mike Hawes, Chief Executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, comments on the news of Honda.
MP accuses Labour leadership of 'trolling MPs'
Ian Murray, MP for Edinburgh South, has hit out at Labour leadership for 'trolling MPs' and 'pushing them out the door' amid the resignation of 7 MPs from the party.
Lightsaber duelling recognised as official sport
Budding Luke Skywalkers put their Star Wars fighting skills to practice after Lightsaber duelling is labelled as an official sport in France.
Prince Harry visits school half-term activity programme
Prince Harry has visited a 'fit and fed' half-term activity programme in Streatham, south-west London. The programme provides food and fun sporting activities for children in disadvantaged areas.
Corbyn announces plan for inclusive adult education
Jeremy Corbyn has announced a new commission for inclusive adult education as part of Labour's National Education Service, which hopes to see education open for all.
Corbyn: Labour's alternative Brexit plan can work
Jeremy Corbyn has defended Labour's 'alternative' Brexit plan as he accuses the 'reckless' government of running down the clock in order to blackmail MPs with the threat of no deal.
Greg Clark: Honda closure is a 'devastating blow'
Business Secretary Greg Clark says the news that Honda is closing its Swindon plant is a 'devastating blow'.
Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld dies aged 85
Chanel boss Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85. According to French media the fashion legend was admitted to hospital in Paris on Monday.
Greg Clark to Honda staff: 'We value you'
Speaking to manufacturers at the MakeUK conference, Business Secretary Greg Clark said to those affected by the closure of Honda's Swindon plant, that the government values their skills and will do everything it can to support them. Mr Clark also highlighted how the Brexit deal may not be perfect but it meets the needs of many manufacturers.
Gove warns about no deal Brexit impact to farming
Speaking at the National Farmers' Union conference in Birmingham, Environment Secretary Michael Gove warns about the no deal Brexit impact to the farming and agricultural industry.
Shadow Business Secretary on Honda closure
Shadow Business Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, comments on the news that Honda will close its Swindon plant.
Honda move is part of 'strategic change' not Brexit
The Senior Vice-President of Honda Europe Ian Howells has explained that the loss of 2,300 jobs through the closure of the Swindon plant is due to a 'strategic change' towards electric vehicles and is not related to Brexit.
Semenya challenges ruling forcing her to lower testosterone
South African athlete Caster Semenya is challenging a ruling from the IAAF which forces her to take testosterone lowering medication.
McDonnell: I can't understand why MPs left party
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he is disappointed with the Labour defectors and can't understand why the MPs left the party.
Corbyn faces reporters day after defectors leave party
Jeremy Corbyn faced reporters as he left his home this morning, the day after defectors left his party to form 'The Independent Group'.
Theresa May's Cabinet arrives at Downing Street
Theresa May is chairing her weekly Cabinet meeting at Number 10 Downing Street.
Reese Witherspoon has dance-off with Harlem Globetrotters
Reese Witherspoon dances to ‘My Girl’ with her husband and the Harlem Globetrotters after being pulled from her seat onto the basketball court.
Jeremy Corbyn questioned on Labour Party split
Jeremy Corbyn returns home this evening, after seven MPs announced their resignations from the Labour Party this morning.
Country music legend Dolly Parton makes West End debut
Dolly Parton has sold millions of records and still appeals to fans - young and old - all around the world. But last night the star was in the Capital for the gala opening of '9 to 5 The Musical' at the Savoy Theatre. ITV News London spoke to her about the musical, being in London and Meghan Markle.
Shamima Begum: I don't support IS and regret going to Syria
Shamima Begum says she doesn’t support IS and regrets leaving London for Syria in 2015. The 19-year-old adds her “ideal plan” would be to return to education and take care of her son, although accepts that may not be the case.
South Swindon MP: Honda factory closure will be devastating
South Swindon MP Robert Buckland says the closure of the Honda factory would be "devastating" for the community. The Japanese car manufacturer met with politicians to brief them on their plans, which will see an estimated 3,500 jobs at risk.
Umunna: Politics is 'broken' and parties fail to perform
Former Labour MP Chuka Umunna says there is a significant number of Labour and Conservative MPs who are "deeply unhappy" within their parties. He adds politics is "broken" with established parties are failing to perform their functions in democracy.
Labour MPs quit party in bid for 'alternative' politics
Seven Labour MPs have quit the party amid anger over its handling of antisemitism and Brexit as they seek a new 'alternative' politics that will help
More than a dozen migrants rescued from Dover waters
More than a dozen migrants are reported to have been rescued from a small boat off the coast of Dover. Three Border Force boats were sent to retrieve the people while the RNLI also deployed two of its rescue boats.
Vince Cable: Resignations of Labour MPs were 'courageous'
Lib Dem leader Vince Cable says the resignations of seven Labour MPs were "courageous, necessary and right". He adds his party want to co-operate with the newly-formed group of independent MPs.
Semenya challenges ruling forcing her to lower testosterone
South African athlete Caster Semenya is challenging a ruling from the IAAF which forces her to take testosterone lowering medication to be able to com
Gauke: Shamima Begum's status relies on 'number of factors'
Justice Secretary David Gauke says the government will do "everything in its power" to ensure the protection of the public and will make an assessment on the risks of individuals returning to the country. Shamima Begum left the UK to join IS in 2015, however has recently expressed her desire to return home.
Luciana Berger: There's 'very little' trust in current polit
Former Labour MP Luciana Berger says the country's politics is "broken" adding that the public has "very little" trust in the current parties. Ms Berger was one of seven MPs to leave the Labour party over its handling of Brexit and alleged anti-Semitism.
McDonnell: MPs must face by-elections after resignations
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he's "disappointed" at the resignations of seven Labour MPs. He adds the "honourable" thing for them to do would be to stand down as MPs and fight a by-election in their respective constituencies.
Jeremy Hunt: Need trust and vision to resolve Irish backstop
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says the Good Friday agreement is "absolutely sacrosanct" for the British government, adding trust is needed on both sides to resolve the deadlock over the Irish backstop. Mr Hunt is attending a meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels.
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