It is the first time the company has cast a disabled actor in a lead role.
A woman has been killed and at least 14 school children have been injured after a man drove a car into them in a popular Berlin shopping street.
There are some people who have been celebrating the Queen’s reign since the year when she first came to the throne.
The aircraft roared overhead as the crowds cheered down below, as she waved from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
It’s been a miserable start for many holidaymakers hoping the Jubilee bank holiday weekend would be the chance for a foreign getaway.
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust has been told to make immediate and significant improvements to maternity services by the healthcare watchdog.
Eid prayers have been taking place across the globe as millions of Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
The government says it intends to “quickly” implement its controversial new plan to send people to Rwanda – announcing that anyone who’s arrived in the UK seeking asylum this year, may be handed a one-way ticket.
In Northern Ireland there are fears that, as the cost of living crisis grows, as much as 40% of the population could soon be living in fuel poverty.
Back now to the new sanctions on Russia – and President Biden admitted the measures to ban Russian oil and gas imports will lead to a rise in the cost of petrol for American motorists. Customers here are already seeing the steepest rises in decades – with prices at the pumps up 25 per cent in a year. Motoring organisations are now calling on the government to step in to help.
Condolences have poured in from her millions of fans across the world.
Rescue workers in Morocco are still trying to reach a five year old boy who’s been trapped deep inside a well for four days
At least half a dozen NHS trusts across England have declared critical incidents because of Covid-related absences, with one of the country’s biggest acute trusts in Lincolnshire warning that “extreme and unprecedented” staff shortages were compromising patient care.
Boris Johnson has said there’s not enough evidence to justify new Covid restrictions in England before Christmas, although he wouldn’t rule out imposing tougher rules after that to protect public health, again urging people to “exercise caution”.
The killer of toddler Star Hobson will spend a minimum of 25 years in jail, after being handed a life sentence.