The boss of recruitment giant Hays has given his backing to the Government’s controversial immigration overhaul, saying it will allow UK firms to attract “world-class talent” from around the globe.
Top Gear presenter Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff screamed “I’m running out of runway” seconds before his high-speed crash at Elvington Airfield last year.
Beef bans and vegan cafes are appearing on university campuses amid growing concerns about the environmental impact of meat.
Filming for The Batman has begun in Glasgow, with new images showing the Dark Knight’s new suit.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy has said he “understands” Sports Relief’s decision to relocate an upcoming challenge over coronavirus concerns but that he is used to being in “disaster zones”.
UK universities are stepping up efforts to be environmentally friendly, with measures ranging from beef and plastic bans to coaxing students into beekeeping on site, a PA news agency investigation has found.
Students across the UK are taking a huge interest in the birds and the bees – though their motivation is often conservation rather than carnal, a PA news agency investigation has suggested.
John Bercow’s protests about bullying claims against him have been described as a “desperate attempt to divert attention” away from the allegations, according to one of his chief accusers.
Stage star Michael Ball says audience members are putting performers in danger with their mobile phone use.
Stage star Michael Ball has said he cannot wait to return to Hairspray – confessing he stole the “boobs” from his last turn in the musical.
Any threat to the BBC as a “provider of culture” would be a concern, the boss of one of Britain’s leading orchestras has said.
A composition by Coldplay frontman Chris Martin recorded when he was just 12 is up for sale after being discovered by a schoolmate.
Ruthless smugglers who traffic people into the UK are not going to give up, and more migrants are likely to die as a result, a former head of Border Force has said.
A police investigation has been launched after a video on social media appeared to show a car being driven on the wrong side of the road outside an RAF base near where teenager Harry Dunn was killed.
A writer has urged the British Museum to end its sponsorship deal with BP as she delivered a lecture in its theatre.
The mother of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn has questioned the leadership of the Prime Minister and criticised a lack of action in bringing her son’s alleged killer back to the UK.
The Foreign Office (FCO) has said it has “no plans” to launch a public inquiry despite reports that Harry Dunn’s alleged killer had worked as a spy for the CIA.
BBC Scotland bosses have pledged to step up efforts to ensure its journalists are protected from abuse.
Sweet shops selling Willy Wonka-style dessert creations like bubble waffles and chimney cakes are set to appear across the UK as bosses of new London store Hans & Gretel have revealed plans for a nationwide chain.
A radicalised chemistry teacher jailed for planning to join so-called Islamic State who was tipped for release from prison next month is already back on the streets.
John Cleese, Sir Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam have said farewell to their fellow Python Terry Jones at the comedy giant’s funeral.
(adds comments from the Royal Academy of Music in pars 13-14, comment from Ravensbourne in pars 19-20 and comments from the Office for Students and Universities UK in final pars)
A woman who was not expected to live for 60 seconds when she was born is marking her 60th birthday by celebrating the major advances in the treatment of spina bifida since the early 1960s.
Joker’s Bafta-winning score – the sound of Joaquin Phoenix’s character’s descent into madness – is to be performed live with the film for the first time.
Maldives has rejoined the Commonwealth, bringing the total number of nations in the global organisation to 54, it has been announced.
Horrible Histories is marking Brexit in its own inimitable way.
The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs has said that without a “level playing field” there will be no EU trade deal with Britain post-Brexit.
An NHS nurse who was told by doctors to have children “sooner rather than later” has given birth after funding IVF treatment with her share of a £1 million family lottery win.
A vest said to have been worn by Charles I at his execution is going on display on the anniversary of his death.
The Foreign Secretary has reiterated his “disappointment” at the US’s decision to reject the extradition request for Anne Sacoolas.