By Amy Southall

Wednesday 15 November 2017

Wednesday 15 November 2017

Zimbabwe: The rise of 'mad woman' Grace Mugabe

Grace Mugabe: The 'mad woman of Zimbabwe' whose dreams of power could be over

Grace Mugabe: The 'mad woman of Zimbabwe' whose dreams of power could be over

It is not clear where the First Lady of Zimbabwe Grace Mugabe is whilst an alleged coup takes place

PMQs: MP slams Theresa May as 'disgraceful and heartless' on universal credit

PMQs: SNP MP slams Theresa May as 'disgraceful and heartless' on universal credit

PMQs: MP slams Theresa May as 'disgraceful and heartless' on universal credit

SNP MP Drew Hendry claims the Conservatives laughed when he asked a question about universal credit

'Hundreds of Russian Twitter accounts tweeted about Brexit', researchers claim

'Hundreds of Russian Twitter accounts tweeted about Brexit', researchers claim

'Hundreds of Russian Twitter accounts tweeted about Brexit', researchers claim

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh looked at 2,752 Twitter accounts which have been suspended in the US

'Sexist and degrading' shoe ad campaign banned

'Sexist and degrading' shoe ad campaign which featured naked women banned

'Sexist and degrading' shoe ad campaign which featured naked women banned

The adverts for Goodwin Smith Shoes featured women wearing no tops and nude underwear

'Voting against Government on critical Brexit questions is like trying to reverse referendum result', says MP

'Voting against Government on critical Brexit questions is like trying to reverse referendum result', says MP

'Voting against Government on Brexit is attempt to reverse referendum', says MP

Conservative MP Sir Bill Cash says MPs thinking of voting against key Brexit issues does not make sense

LGBT people in China 'forced into abusive conversion therapy'

LGBT people in China 'forced into abusive conversion therapy'

LGBT people in China 'forced into abusive conversion therapy'

Human Rights Watch claims several LGBT people in the country have been left with depression and psychological trauma

Tuesday 14 November 2017

Tuesday 14 November 2017

French Olympic skier David Poisson dies in training accident in Canada

French Olympic skier David Poisson dies in training accident in Canada

French Olympic skier David Poisson dies in training accident in Canada

David Poisson had been training for the World Cup

Brexit: 'NHS problems caused by Theresa May failing to make guarantees for health staff from EU'

Brexit: 'NHS problems caused by Theresa May failing to make guarantees for health staff from EU'

'NHS problems caused by Theresa May failing to make guarantees for health staff'

Research claims one in five doctors working in the NHS who are from the European Union are making plans to leave Britain

UAE minister blames Islamist terrorism on lack of mosque control in EU countries

UAE minister blames Islamist terrorism on lack of mosque control in EU countries

UAE minister blames Islamist terrorism on lack of mosque control in EU countries

Sheikh Nahjan Mubarak al Nahjan has said mosques should have licences

BREAKING: Charity Hope Not Hate wins legal case against Nigel Farage

Charity Hope Not Hate wins legal case against Nigel Farage

Charity Hope Not Hate wins legal case against Nigel Farage

The anti-fascism charity tweeted 'we spent 11 months in pursuit of the truth and today we emerge victorious'

'What 80s Twitter would've been like' - Speculation about why Optimus Prime is trending grows

'What 80s Twitter would've been like' - Speculation about why Optimus Prime is trending grows

'80s Twitter' - Speculation about why Optimus Prime is trending grows

The real reason Optimus Prime was trending today is probably not what you thought

Initiations, tattoos and a ban on women - Who are the Proud Boys?

The Proud Boys: The gay-friendly pro-Trump fight club which wants to ban women

The Proud Boys: The gay-friendly pro-Trump fight club which wants to ban women

The Proud Boys is apparently 'a men’s club that meets about once a month to drink beer' and much more

Monk denied bail after allegedly inciting unrest during anti-Rohingya protest in Myanmar

Monk denied bail after allegedly inciting unrest during anti-Rohingya protest in Myanmar

Monk denied bail after allegedly inciting unrest during anti-Rohingya protest

The protest was calling for an end to the use of the word 'Rohingya' as many claim the people are actually illegal Bengali immigrants

'Parents pay the same tax yet funding for pupils is not equal', says headteacher

'Parents pay the same tax yet funding for pupils is not equal', says headteacher

'Parents pay the same tax yet funding for pupils is not equal', says headteacher

Headteachers are taking a letter to Downing Street to call for more funding

World Cup: Swedish fans attempt to calm Italian supporters with music following failure to qualify

World Cup: Swedish fans attempt to calm Italian supporters with music following failure to qualify

Swedish fans tell Italy to 'look on the bright side' after World Cup failure

Swedish fans started to sing 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life'

'A complete mayhem situation' - Julia Hartley-Brewer in fiery clash with pro-EU British Influence

'You're not going to rest until you've destroyed Brexit': Listen to Julia Hartley-Brewer's clash with pro-EU thinktank director

'You won't rest until you've destroyed Brexit', Julia tells Remainer

Chairman of British Influence Peter Wilding told Julia Hartley-Brewer that people have got a gun to Theresa May's head over Brexit

Monday 13 November 2017

Monday 13 November 2017

Outrage after Kensington and Chelsea Tories ask residents if they care about Grenfell Tower disaster

Outrage after Kensington and Chelsea Tories ask residents if they care about Grenfell Tower disaster

Kensington and Chelsea Tories ask residents if they care about Grenfell Tower

Residents in Kensington and Chelsea were asked to rate their care for the disaster on a scale of zero to 10

Feminists criticise Argentinian football team for sacking cheerleaders

Feminists criticise Argentinian football team Boca Juniors for sacking their cheerleaders

Feminists criticise Argentinian football team for sacking cheerleaders

Football team Boca Juniors has claimed that the cheerleader group 'reify women'

'Donald Trump could be like Simon Cowell and make all leaders get up and sing', says comedian

'Donald Trump could be like Simon Cowell and make all leaders get up and sing', says comedian

'Donald Trump could be like Simon Cowell and make all leaders sing'

American comedian David Mills has suggested that Donald Trump could bring out a Christmas hit

Could President Duterte's choice of song for Donald Trump have been better?

Five other love ballads Filipino leader Rodrigo Duterte could have sung to Donald Trump

Five other songs Filipino leader Rodrigo Duterte could have sung to Donald Trump

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he sang to Donald Trump 'upon the orders of the commander-in-chief of the United States'

Police officer suspended after 'car towed with woman inside breastfeeding baby'

Police officer suspended after 'car towed with woman inside breastfeeding baby'

Police officer suspended after 'car towed with woman inside breastfeeding baby'

The incident happened in Mumbai and someone passing by filmed a video of the scene

'Jaw-droppingly shocking' Prince Charles letter on 'foreign European Jews' discovered

'Jaw-droppingly shocking' Prince Charles letter on 'foreign European Jews' discovered

'Shocking' Prince Charles letter on 'foreign European Jews' discovered

The letter was written in 1986 following his trip to Saudi Arabia with Princess Diana

Oyoty app: 'Millions of children are sending explicit images which often end up with paedophiles'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says issue of child sexting is a 'terrifying' problem

Julia Hartley-Brewer says issue of child sexting is a 'terrifying' problem

Our presenter spoke to a government advisor on internet safety about the problem of children sending explicit images to one another

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