Dakota Johnson says she tried to make her character in her new movie, Suspiria, as 'unsexy as possible'.
Dakota Johnson tried to make new movie 'unsexy as possible'
Dakota Johnson says she tried to make her character in her new movie, Suspiria, as 'unsexy as possible'.
Dakota Johnson massaged Mia Goth's feet on Suspiria set
Mia Goth talks about her and Dakota Johnson's good relationship on the set of new movie Suspiria.
Amber Rudd 'delighted' to become work and pensions secretary
Amber Rudd says she is 'delighted' to have been appointed as the new work and pensions secretary.
Rudd leaves Downing Street as work and pensions secretary
Amber Rudd leaves Downing Street smiling after returning to the cabinet as work and pensions secretary.
Ofcom explain why EE and Virgin Media have been fined
Gaucho Rasmussen, Ofcom's Director of Investigations and Enforcement, explains why EE and Virgin Media have been fined for breaking consumer protection rules.
Liverpool and Scotland's Kenny Dalglish receives knighthood
Former footballer and manager Kenny Dalglish has been knighted. He received the honour from Prince Charles during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Twin manatees released back into the wild
Rare twin manatees that were rescued when their mother was killed by a boat in 2016, have been released back into the wild in their home of Florida.
Liam Fox explains why he is behind Brexit deal
Liam Fox explains why he is behind the Brexit deal and why he supports his colleagues regardless of their decision to resign on the matter.
Liam Fox: Withdrawal agreement will provide certainty
Liam Fox says a deal is better than no deal and it is in the national interest to be able to provide certainty with this withdrawal agreement.
Man jailed over hitting pensioners with his mobility scooter
40-year-old Aaron Ali has been jailed for two years after he knocked over two pensioners with his mobility scooter in south-east London back in June.
Michael Gove says he is not resigning
Michael Gove has told reporters he is not resigning from his position and is looking forward to working with his colleagues to ensure they get "the best future for Britain".
James Brokenshire wants people to get behind Theresa May
Local Government Secretary James Brokenshire says he supports the Brexit deal and wants to see people get behind the prime minister.
Penny Mordaunt leaves home facing reporters' questions
Penny Mordaunt leaves home facing questions from reporters about whether she will resign.
Michael Gove ignores reporters' questions as he leaves home
Michael Gove leaves his home as reporters ask questions about his cabinet position and his support for Theresa May.
Theresa May rules out second Brexit referendum
Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out the possibility of a second EU referendum even if parliament voted for one. Mrs May also shared a lighter moment with a reporter who she mistook for George Parker of the Financial Times.
Gove remains tight-lipped over resignation rumours
Environment Secretary Michael Gove remained tight-lipped outside his home as reporters asked whether he was about to resign from the government. Mr Gove and Penny Mordaunt, the international development secretary, are reported to have each made demands of the prime minister as she bids to keep them in her Cabinet.
Fantastic Beasts cast single out Callum Turner
Dan Fogler and Alison Sudol turn the interview on Callum Turner after he only gives a one-word answer to the Fantastic Beasts question.
Defiant May insists she will see the Brexit plan through
Theresa May has said if politicians reject her Brexit deal, it will set the country on "a path of deep and grave uncertainty." Defiant in the face of mounting criticism, the Prime Minister said she believed "with every fibre of my being" that the deal her government struck with the European Union was the right one.
Little Mix 'scarred for life' by first performances
Little Mix recall their first public performances saying they are 'scarred for life' by traumatic singing experiences.
William criticises social media giants over cyber-bullying
The Duke of Cambridge has accused social media giants of being "on the back foot" when it comes to tackling issues like fake news, privacy and cyber-bullying. In a hard-hitting speech Prince William said technology firms "still have a great deal to learn" about their responsibilities and he challenged them to fight harder against poison spread online. He was speaking during a visit to the BBC with his wife Kate to view the work the broadcaster is doing as a member of his Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying.
Eddie Redmayne keeps getting his co-stars' names wrong!
All the press for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is clearly getting to Eddie Redmayne - he's struggling to get names right!
Marie Antoinette pearl sold for record price at auction
A pearl once belonging to 18th Century French Queen Marie Antoinette has sold for a record price of 32 million francs (£29.4 million) at auction.
Jacob Rees-Mogg files letter of no-confidence in May
Jacob Rees-Mogg has confirmed that he's filed a letter of no-confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May. Speaking outside Parliament, the Conservative MP said the Brexit “opportunity” was being “thrown away” describing the proposed deal as a “failure of government policy” that should be rejected. Mr Rees-Mogg said there are "streams of talent" within the Conservative Party "who would be very capable of leading a proper Brexit."
Beyoncé cuts ties with Philip Green
Beyoncé has cut ties with the British retail tycoon Sir Philip Green. The pair announced the Ivy Park label in 2014 which was launched in 2016.
Brexit to boogie: Theresa May's top 5 most awkward moments
With Theresa May's Brexit deal receiving a pummelling from Conservative and Labour MPs, has the prime minister ever had a more awkward experience?
Raab: Brexit deal is ‘devastating’ for trust in democracy
Dominic Raab has explained why he quit as Brexit Secretary saying he felt the proposal for the terms and the backstop was “damaging” for the economy and “devastating” for public trust in the UK’s democracy.
John McDonnell says PM should stand down over Brexit deal
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said Theresa May was “not capable” of commanding the support of the House of Commons over her draft Brexit deal and should “move over” and let the Labour Party conduct negotiations with the EU.
Fantastic Beasts 2 cast reveal their weirdest compliments
Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller & the rest of the cast of Fantastic Beasts: The Crime of Grindelwald reveal the weirdest compliments they've received.
MP Andrew Bridgen shot down after pun-heavy question on Brexit deal
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen was shot down by members of his own party after making reference to Theresa May's dancing in his House of Commons question on the Brexit deal.
Sir Keir Starmer confirms Labour will not back Brexit deal
Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer has described the government’s draft Brexit deal as a "miserable failure of negotiation," saying it did not meet Labour's six test and that his party would vote against it in Parliament.
Theresa May delivers House of Commons Brexit statement
Theresa May has said the government’s draft Brexit deal is in the "national interest" during a statement to the House Commons. The Prime Minister made her comments following the resignations of Britain's Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey who she paid respects to at the start of her statement today.
Jacob Rees-Mogg's stinging attack on PM over Brexit deal
In a stinging attack, conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said what Prime Minister Theresa May says and what she does "no longer matches up" in the House of Commons.
A stolen meerkat has been returned to Perth Zoo
A meerkat that was stolen from Perth Zoo has been returned after police found it 78 miles away in the town of Beverley.
Cabinet ministers evade questions on Brexit deal
Senior leave supporting cabinet ministers have avoided questions from reporters as they left their homes for work this morning. Esther McVey and Penny Mordaunt did not respond to questions on the government’s Brexit deal, while Andrea Leadsom said “there was a way to go” before the November EU council meeting. This came as Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab sensationally quit as Brexit Secretary, in a massive blow to Theresa May's Brexit plans.
Hancock calls on MPs to support the government’s Brexit deal
Matt Hancock has called on MPs to back the government’s Brexit deal which he said is “in the best interest of the country”. The health secretary went on to say the no deal alternative was “so much worse”.
Barnier: Draft Brexit deal is 'fair and balanced'
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the draft Brexit deal reached with the UK is "fair and balanced."
PM announces Cabinet in agreement on draft Brexit withdrawal
Prime Minister Theresa May says the Cabinet has agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal deal. She adds she "firmly believed with head and heart" that it was in the "best interests of our entire United Kingdom".
Santa Claus opens special Christmas post office in Germany
Santa Claus has opened a post office in Germany dedicated to receiving and replying to children’s letters.
Arlene Foster: 'DUP can't support Brexit deal that breaks up
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster says "it doesn't appear" the party would be able to support Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal, although adds she looks forward to meeting Ms May, viwto discuss the deal further.
Tony Blair: PM's Brexit deal is a 'capitulation'
Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair says Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal is a "capitulation" to the European Union. He backed calls for a second referendum to "give each side a chance to remake their case".
Prince Charles gives rare speech at 70th birthday event
Prince Charles gave a rare speech at his birthday event at Spencer House, where he and his wife Camilla met with 70 people aged 70.
Vince Cable: Lib Dems will vote down PM's Brexit proposals
Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable MP says his party will vote down Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposals. He adds the deal leaves Britain in a worse position with less control over decisions than it was before.
Prince Charles and Camilla arrive for birthday event
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla arrive for a birthday event at Spencer House, where they are meeting 70 people aged 70, who have been nominated by readers of the Sun newspaper and age-related charities for their work in the local community.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge cook at Centrepoint
Prince William and the Kate Duchess of Cambridge spent the afternoon at Barnsley's local Centrepoint hostel. At the hostel Their Royal Highnesses met with young people who are supported by the charity and visit their new Learning Hub.
Prince William and Kate open McLaren centre
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have officially opened the new McLaren Automotive Composites Technology Centre on Rotherham. The Royal couple are in South Yorkshire for a number of engagements.
J.K Rowling struggled to keep Fantastic Beasts secrets
Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling excited about the release of "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald".
Theresa May defends Brexit plans: 'We will protect the intre
Prime Minister Theresa May has defended her Brexit deal, insisting her proposal "protects the integrity of the United Kingdom". She reiterates it will take back control of the country's money and borders, ensures it leaves the Common Fisheries and Agriculture policies, as well as the Customs Union.
Jeremy Corbyn: 'PM's Brexit plans are a failure'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal is a "failure in its own terms" and does not deliver for the whole country. In response, Ms May says the Labour Party has one intention; to "frustrate Brexit and betray the vote of the British people".
Corbyn slams Raab: 'Could the PM have a quiet word?'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn slams Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab over recent comments he "hadn’t quite understood the full extent" of the UK's Dover - Calais crossing. Mr Corbyn asked Prime Minister Theresa May if she'd "have a quiet word" with the minister at the Cabinet meeting in the afternoon.
Claudia Kim would be a follower of Grindelwald
Claudia Kim revealed that she would be a follower of Gellert Grindlewald, played by Johnny Depp, at the premiere of the new Fantastic Beasts movie.
Prince Charles' 70th birthday marked with royal gun salute
The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fires a 41-gun Royal Salute to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday.
James Brokenshire: 'We should get behind PM on Brexit'
Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government James Brokenshire MP says he looks forward to a "positive and constructive" discussion about Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposals. He adds the Cabinet should "get behind" Ms May on delivering her proposals.
Dan Fogler cries with laughter at Fantastic Beasts premiere
Dan Fogler who plays Jacob Kowalski in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald cried with laughter on the red carpet.
Prime Minister Theresa May heads to Parliament for PMQs
Prime Minister Theresa May departs 10 Downing Street for Parliament for Prime Minister's Questions, before hosting a crunch Cabinet meeting on her Brexit draft.
'Labour will not accept a no deal or a bad deal'
Shadow Secretary for Business Rebecca Long-Bailey says the Labour Party will vote against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal if it doesn't offer a permanent customs deal. She adds based on the "shambolic" handling of negotiations thus far, she is doubtful to see such a deal.
Esther McVey: 'I'm going to read Brexit papers'
Secretary for Work and Pensions Esther McVey MP says she was yet to read over Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans.
Andrea Leadsom: 'Optimistic we'll have good Brexit'
Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom says willl look at the details of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans today, although is "extremely optimistic" the UK will leave the EU with a "good deal".
Dominic Raab: 'Confident we'll make Brexit progress'
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab says he's "confident" the government will make progress on the Brexit deal by Thursday.
Fantastic Beasts stars can't believe their luck at premiere!
The Hollywood a-listers were out in force on the blue carpet at the UK premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in London!
Fantastic Beasts: Jude Law worried about Potter snipers!
Jude Law makes his debut in the Harry Potter world has a young Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindel and never expected that he would!
Fantastic Beasts: Eddie Redmayne talked to sheep for role!
Eddie Redmayne is back once again as Newt in J.K Rowling's latest movie adventure, Fantastic Beasts and he practiced his lines on sheep!
BROS: Matt & Luke Goss talk arguing and leaving the UK
As Bros brothers Matt & Luke Goss release their documentary film, After The Screaming Stops, we chat to them about their fashion and fallouts.
The X Factor: Misunderstood love Louis Tomlinson's hustle
The X Factor duo Misunderstood speak about their future and how they love Louis Tomlinson's hustle and dedication to the show and the boys.
Prince Charles celebrates 70th birthday at comedy event
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attended the We Are Most Amused and Amazed event at the London Palladium as part of a series of events marking the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday. The concert was held in aid of the Prince's Trust.
Trump 'trolls' France with tweets about Macron and WW2
Days after attending an Armistice ceremony in Paris, US president Donald Trump has sent some very awkward tweets about France and Emmanuel Macron.
Could this be the most instagrammable grocer in the UK?
A new Italian grocer brings social media and food lovers together again. La Famiglia Rana Grocer encourages instagrammers to snap their experience
Wayne Rooney ahead of his farewell England appearance
Wayne Rooney gave a press conference on Tuesday afternoon ahead of his farewell appearance in an England shirt in a friendly against the USA at Wembley on Thursday evening. The D.C. United forward is England's record goalscorer and is expected to make his 120th and final appearance for his country from the bench.
People dress up as a bus to cross vehicle-only bridge
A group of people dressed up as a bus in an attempt to cross a vehicle only bridge. The traffic stopping stunt happened in Vladivostok, Russia.
Dover MP calls for more coastal patrol craft
Dover MP Charlie Elphicke has called for greater investment in coastal patrol craft to keep UK borders "safe and secure." Seventeen suspected migrants on a fishing boat were stopped in the Port of Dover in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Mr Elphicke highlighted the findings of a "damning report" issued yesterday which said there are two border cutters for the whole of the British coastline, compared with 600 in Italy and 300 in Greece.
Reynolds: MPs have right to see legal advice on Brexit deal
Labour MP Emma Reynolds says that MPs have the right to see the full legal advice that the government has" on the EU withdrawal deal.
Grieve: Remaining in EU would better protect UK interests
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve QC says that remaining in the EU represents, for him, "by far the better way of protecting our national interests and providing a decent quality of life for UK citizens." The Member for Beaconsfield said that most MPs believe that leaving the EU without a deal would be "incredibly damaging." The former Attorney General's comments come as MPs apply pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to give the British public a vote on the final Brexit deal.
400 chefs make a record breaking 11,287 pizzas in 12 hours
400 chefs in Buenos Aires joined forces to beat the world record number of pizzas made in 12 hours. The Argentinean team made produced 11,287 pizzas.
Umunna: EU leaders will give us time for a People's Vote
Chuka Umunna MP says the heads of government on the European Council would grant the UK an extension to the Article 50 process in order for the country to have a People's Vote on the final deal drawn up between the Prime Minister and the EU. The Labour MP for Streatham said he had spoken to a few leaders who were "absolutely clear" that they would grant more time to Britain to follow their democratic processes.
Brokenshire: 'We should remain positive' on getting a deal
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire says that the UK "should remain positive on getting a good deal for our country" ahead of Tuesday morning's weekly Cabinet meeting.
Brexit Secretary 'confident we'll make progress'
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab said he is "confident" of making progress on a withdrawal deal between the UK and the EU ahead of Tuesday morning's Cabinet meeting in Downing Street.
Leadsom confident of good Brexit deal
Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP says she is confident of a good Brexit deal.
May: UK prosperity 'depends' on international partnerships
Theresa May MP delivered a speech at the London Lord Mayor's Banquet in Guildhall on Monday evening. Speaking the day after the centenary Armistice commemorations the Prime Minister highlighted the progress the UK had made over the last 100 years, "working together with our partners across the international community." Mrs May spoke of the impact of international unity and a collective response to common threats, particularly in response to Russia following the nerve agent attack in Salisbury. The Prime Minister said: "The United Kingdom has always understood that our prosperity depends on the global rules we uphold and the partnerships we build."
Theresa May arrives at Lord Mayor's Banquet
Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at Lord Mayor's Banquet ahead of her speech where she's expected to praise the international support given to the UK following the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
The X Factor: Gio - "It was obvious I was going!"
Gio Spano was booted off the show as he said it wouldn't have been fair if Robbie Williams had lost two acts in one week whilst he was away!
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