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!
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.
Theresa May’s government survives vote of no confidence
Prime Minister Theresa May has survived the vote of no confidence bought to the Commons following her failed Brexit deal. 306 MPs voted in favour, and 325 MPs voted against.
Watson: 'The country feels genuinely sorry for the PM'
Deputy Labour Party leader Tom Watson has urged his peers to act and trigger a general election following Theresa May’s failed Brexit deal. The Labour MP said he and the country feel genuinely sorry for the Prime Minister.
Sandstorm hits Cairo with winds over 50km an hour
An extreme sandstorm has hit Egypt, closing highways and the port of Alexandria. Cairo has been plunged into an orange cloud of sand
Upskirting to become crime in England and Wales
Upskirting - taking unauthorised pictures up a woman's skirt - will become a criminal offence after the House of Lords passed new legislation
Nicky Morgan: MPs have to be flexible around Brexit deal
Chair of House of Commons Treasury Committee Nicky Morgan says Prime Minister Theresa May may have to compromise on a customs arrangement in order to gain support for her Brexit deal in the House of Commons.
Woman calls Meghan a "fat lady"
While visiting an animal welfare charity in her new role as its patron, a woman jokes that the pregnant Duchess of Sussex is getting fat.
Meghan plays with dogs as new patron of animal charity
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex meets adorable dogs at Mayhew, an animal welfare centre in North West London of which she is the patron.
Gauke: MPs have responsibility to 'find way through' Brexit
Justice Secretary David Gauke says MPs of all parties have a responsibility to "find a way through" and come to an agreement on a Brexit deal. He adds it's not in the national interest to "crash out" of the European Union without a deal.
May: A general election is the ‘worst thing we could do’
Prime Minister Theresa May has urged MPs to vote against a general election after opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn called for a vote of no confidence in the government, prompting a debate in the House of Commons.
Corbyn: A general election can bring people together
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn lays out why he believes a general election would be the best option for the UK; not just for dealing with Brexit, but for the future of the country in general.
Corbyn: Brexit negotiations are a national embarrassment
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has launched into his no confidence debate claiming Theresa May and her government has lost control, adding that Brexit has turned into a ‘national embarrassment.’
Jibes fly between May and Corbyn as Brexit dominates PMQs
Brexit continues to dominate the House of Commons as Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn continue to make jibes at one another throughout this week's PMQs.
Nicola Sturgeon: The UK needs a second referendum
Leader of the SNP Nicola Sturgeon says the "only real option" for the UK is to hold a second referendum. She adds the government has failed to produce a "working Brexit plan" throughout the two and a half years of negotiations.
May hits back at Corbyn on Brexit
Prime Minister Theresa May hit back at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after he said she and her government are in denial over Brexit. Mrs May said she would need a ‘mind reader’ to know the opposition leaders plan.
Arlene Foster: Theresa May need to renegotiate with Brussels
DUP leader Arlene Foster says Prime Minister Theresa May should head back to Brussels to renegotiate and have the Irish backstop removed from the Withdrawal Agreement.
Corbyn: Vote was the largest government defeat in history
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has slammed Theresa May after her devastating loss in the House of Commons last night. Stating the vote on her Brexit deal was the largest government defeat in the history of our democracy.
Rihanna sues her father in dispute over Fenty family name
Rihanna, whose real name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, is suing her father over his use of their family name to promote his venture Fenty Entertainment
Theresa May: This government will not revoke article 50
Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out revoking Article 50. Her comments during PMQ’s come after MPs voted against her Brexit plan in the Commons last night.
Theresa May arrives at the House of Commons
Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the House of Commons ahead of a vote of no confidence in her government, tabled by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Ms May faced a crushing defeat yesterday after MPs voted down her Brexit deal with a majority of 230, the biggest ever government defeat in the House of Commons.
Leadsom: Meaningul vote defeat was 'extremely disappointing'
Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom says Prime Minister Theresa May's meaningful vote defeat was "extremely disappointing". Ms Leadsom adds the Prime Minister is determined to follow through on Brexit.
Michael Gove: 'We've got to deliver Brexit'
Environment Secretary Michael Gove says the government has to deliver on the democratic mandate of Brexit. He adds it's "critical" to discuss the proposal with all MPs across the political divide to ensure the UK's withdrawal from the European Union "honours" the millions of those who voted Leave.
John McDonnell: We need a change of government
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP says the country needs a change in government as Prime Minister Theresa May faces a vote of no confidence in Parliament. Ms May faced a crushing defeat after MPs voted down her Brexit deal with a margin of 230, becoming the biggest ever government defeat in the House of Commons
Theresa May departs Downing Street
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street ahead of a vote of no confidence in her government, tabled by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Ms May faced a crushing defeat yesterday after MPs voted down her Brexit deal with a majority of 230, the biggest ever government defeat in the House of Commons.
Jeremy Corbyn prepared for no confidence vote
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn leaves his home ahead of a confidence vote in Parliament, Mr Corbyn tabled a motion of no confidence in the government following the Meaningul Vote on Tuesday.
Massive spinning ice disk forms in Maine river
A giant spinning ice disk has formed naturally in the Presumpscot River in Maine, leaving residents of Greater Portland in awe
Amber Rudd: ‘Nothing would be worse than a Corbyn government
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd says she will support Prime Minister Theresa May as she faces a vote of no confidence. She adds “nothing would be worse” for the country than a government led by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Nicola Sturgeon calls for second Brexit referendum
Scotland's First Minister has called for Brexit to be delayed so another referendum can be held after MPs emphatically rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Nigel Dodds: DUP will support PM in no-confidence motion
Deputy Leader of the DUP Nigel Dodds has said the party will support the Prime Minister in tomorrow's no-confidence motion tabled by Labour, despite voting against her Brexit deal.
Grieve calls on Parliament to legislate for people's vote
Dominic Grieve calls on Parliament to legislate for a second referendum, with an option to Remain.
Anna Soubry: Corbyn needs to back a second referendum
Conservative rebel Anna Soubry has said a People's Vote is now more likely after Theresa May was defeated in the House of Commons on her Brexit deal. She has urged Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "to stop messing about" and back a second referendum.
Boris Johnson: This deal is finished, over, dead
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the Brexit deal is "dead" and the defeat gives Theresa May a "massive mandate to go back to Brussels" and renegotiate.
Vince Cable: Commons defeat is 'beginning of end of Brexit'
Sir Vince Cable says government defeat over EU Withdrawal Agreement is 'the beginning of the end of Brexit;'. Speaking in Central Lobby after the government lost 432 votes to 202, the Liberal Democrat leader also questioned whether Mrs May is the right person to lead all-party talks on Brexit, describing her authority as 'zero'.
Jacob Rees-Mogg on government's historic Brexit defeat
Jacob Rees-Mogg says the government's defeat on the EU Withdrawal Agreement shows how "unpopular" the deal is because "it doesn't deliver Brexit".
PM challenges Corbyn to table no-confidence motion
Theresa May says it is clear MPs do not support the deal. However, she says that "tonight's vote tells us nothing about what it does support, nothing about how or even if it intends to honour the decision that people took in a referendum".
Jeremy Corbyn announces no confidence motion in government
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn says that he has tabled a motion of no confidence in the government. He says that the result of tonight's vote is the largest defeat for a government since the 1920s.
Theresa May makes final plea to MPs before Brexit vote
Prime Minister Theresa May closes the debate to cheers from backbenchers, and thanks everyone who has contributed to the "historic" debate.
Theresa May's Brexit deal defeated in Parliament
Theresa May's Brexit deal has been overwhelmingly defeated in Parliament. MPs rejected the prime minister's EU Withdrawal Agreement by 432 votes to 202 on Tuesday evening.
Corbyn confirms Labour will vote against deal
Jeremy Corbyn says the debate today is the "culmination of one of the most chaotic and extraordinary parliamentary processes" he has ever experienced in 35 years in the House and confirms Labour will vote against the Brexit deal.
Farage says UK heading for an ‘awful stalemate’ over Brexit
Nigel Farage has said he believes that the UK is heading for an “awful stalemate” over Brexit ahead of what is expected to be a devastating parliamentary rejection of Theresa May’s plans. The former UKIP leader accused the prime minister of “blackmail” after she said that not voting for her deal would result in “no Brexit”.
Lucas and Grieve speak at People’s Vote rally
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and former Attorney General Dominic Grieve were amongst the speakers who took part in a People’s Vote rally at Parliament Square this evening, ahead of what is expected to be a devastating parliamentary rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit plans.
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