Never one to give up an argument lightly, President Trump has continued a barrage of hostile criticism, via Twitter, of the senior Democrat Elijah Cummings.
Thirty-year-old James Goddard admitted a charge of intent to cause Ms Soubry harassment, alarm or distress, along with fellow defendant Brian Phillips.
33 people have been killed after a man shouting “you die” burned down an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto.
It was a tragedy which happened eight years before Grenfell, flames which spread quickly through a south London tower block, leaving six people dead.
The tradition of blackface is now widely condemned as racist and offensive. But that’s not the case everywhere.
For years, it was a staple of daytime television. But the Jeremy Kyle Show was cancelled by ITV last month after the death of a contributor.
A video showing Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, saying he’s taking control of people’s lives, has been widely shared. This hoax has stayed online. So can we believe anything we see online?
Revealed: Removing cladding from private buildings could cost £2bn.
Theresa May made much today of her record on inequality and race relations, evoking the Grenfell inquiry and equal pay as she described her political legacy.
‘Nothing Great About Britain’ is the provocative debut album by the 24-year old rapper Slowthai, who ‘reps’, as they say, Northampton. The album’s vision of Britain in 2019 is dark, divided, ironic and humorous. Through his lyrics, Slowthai’s stance on the monarchy, the government and race is clear. Our reporter Symeon Brown went to meet…
Jeremy Corbyn has promised a ‘Real Living Wage’ for young people – saying he would bring in a minimum wage of ten pounds an hour for under-18s, a hefty hike from the current four pounds 35.
He has worked with some of the greatest in pop music, among them The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Bob Dylan and Carly Simon.
Debenhams is just the latest retail chain to run into trouble.
The names of seven of the eight British victims of the attacks in Sri Lanka have now been confirmed, while Scotland Yard has sent a team of specialist officers to support and assist their families.
Parents who have lost children to knife crime, bereaved family members and campaigners gathered in Whitehall today for a march they called ‘Operation Shutdown’ – demanding that the government take more action over the recent surge in violence.