The streaming giant Netflix says it is losing subscribers for the first time in a decade – and could even consider running adverts.
John Boyega is back in the UK to promote the Create Next film project, which aims to help make opportunities for Black filmmakers here.
Ali Harbi Ali had staked out a number of MPs, including the cabinet minister Michael Gove, but had in his words “bottled it” when it came to carrying out his plan to kill one.
Today’s key development in Ukraine – establishing ten humanitarian corridors to get people out who are trapped under desperate fighting conditions.
June Brown – better known as Dot Cotton, the chain-smoking doyenne of EastEnders’ Albert Square – has died at the age of 95.
The return of the Partygate scandal and Boris Johnson is hosting what’s being described as a “team bonding dinner” with Tory MPs tonight at a central London hotel.
The boss of P&O ferries has admitted the company broke the law by sacking 800 workers without consultation, saying “no union would accept our proposal”.
The Old Bailey has heard that an alleged Islamist terrorist posed as a potential constituent and made an appointment before murdering MP David Amess.
The man accused of murdering the Conservative MP Sir David Amess carried out reconnaisance on cabinet minister Michael Gove, among other potential targets – the Old Bailey has been told.
When the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities released its advice to the government a year ago, it sparked a furious backlash from campaign groups, academics and medical experts for downplaying the existence of institutional racism.
Tributes have been paid to the music and YouTube mogul Jamal Edwards – who has died at the age of 31 after a sudden illness.
From energy bills to food prices, low-paid workers are being hit the hardest by soaring costs.
Cult indie group The Pocket Gods, have decided to stage their own protest at Spotify’s pay rates by releasing an album containing 1,000 very short tracks.
In an exclusive interview, one of the UK’s leading forensic scientists has questioned the quality of CCTV facial comparison used in criminal convictions.
Some of the messages are so offensive they cannot be published, references to rape and violence, racism and homophobia.