Panto veteran Christopher Biggins has told Sky News calls to tone down panto innuendo are “ridiculous” after a sketch in Dick Whittington was cut from the London Palladium production.
Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt has taken a swipe at the UK’s decision to revert to blue passports following its break from the European bloc.
A chain of noodle restaurants has apologised after a photograph of a notice prohibiting staff from calling in sick was shared online.
North Korea says new UN sanctions that will restrict vital oil supplies are tantamount to a complete economic blockade.
Muslim footballers playing the game at grassroots level are increasingly being targeted with Islamophobic abuse following Brexit, according to the organisation that monitors racism in football.
Theresa May has averted another defeat on her Brexit bill after remainer rebels said they would back a compromise on her plans to cement the UK’s exit date into law.
President Donald Trump has criticised FBI leaders while claiming to be “more loyal than anyone could be” to law enforcement.
The family of four children who died after a suspected arson attack on their home in Salford say they have been left “heartbroken” by their deaths.
Dutch police have shot a man wielding a knife at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport.
Nicola Payne, from Coventry, disappeared after crossing wasteland near her parents’ house on 14 December, 1991.