The pilot of a US fighter jet which crashed into the North Sea has been found dead. The US Air Force F15C Eagle, from the 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk, crashed at around 9.40am on Monday while on a routine training
Story and video from SWNS Birdwatchers were all of a flutter this week following the sighting of a rare visitor to these shores. A Blyth's Reed Warbler - a migratory bird normally found in Asia and eastern Europe - was spotted at a nature
Many Britons will choose - or be forced - not to holiday abroad this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harry and Meghan are set to release an explosive biography that could further pull apart a wounded Royal Family, it has been claimed.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have chosen two "favourable" journalists to write a glowing account of their blossoming romance and their decision to quit The Firm, the Mail on Sunday reports.
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Cabinet Office minister forced to make quick clarification after issuing wrong guidance during TV interview on coronavirus lockdown.
This was the crushing moment three siblings were told they still have to attend school during the UK school closures that commence on Friday. The disastrous news was revealed to Abigail, 11, Lilly, 9, and Liam, 7 on March 18 to an array of
Prince William was heaped with praised on his royal tour in Irelandas he paused to take a selfie with a beaming fan.The Duke of Cambridge is bound by royal protocol which normally forbids pictures with well-wishers, but he took exception for Jennifer Malone on Thursday.
Sir Keir Starmer says he is "astonished" that the prime minister has not visited the flood-hit regions of the UK. The Labour leadership candidate said that Boris Johnson's decision not to hold Cobra meetings over the recent floods
Piers Morgan has hit out the “staggering disrespect” shown by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex towards the Queen.The controversial television host made the comments as Harry and Meghan dropped plans to use the brand “SussexRoyal” after conceding the word royal could not be used following their decision to leave the monarchy.
The Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn today described their separation as sad but amicable and “the best course of action for their two children and ongoing friendship”.The couple are in the process of divorcing after 12 years of marriage and will share custody of their daughters, nine-year-old Savannah and seven-year-old Isla.
This is the jaw-dropping moment a doorbell security camera captured a meteor streaking across the sky before exploding in a fireball. Gary Rogers, 52, received a text alert from his security camera after it detected suspicious movement outside
There are plenty of uses for cheese but there's one place the University of Liverpool recently learned it probably doesn't need any cheese — inside its library. The school library posted to its Twitter account on Monday to
England's poorest 'get worse NHS care' than wealthiest citizensStudy found stark differences in A&E waiting times and experience of GP services
The Duke of Sussex has landed in Canada and is set to be reunited with Meghan and Archie.Prince Harry boarded a flight to Vancouver on Monday evening after his meeting with Boris Johnson and world leaders at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.
Buckingham Palace is reportedly reconsidering the royal title of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex because the punctuation is the same as in the titles of women who have divorced royal men.After announcing Prince Harry and Meghan would be stepping away from the front lines of the royal family, palace insiders were left scrambling to decide how to balance the couple’s titles against their desire for a more private life.
Samantha Markle has hit out at her half-sister Meghan, accusing her of “ripping through the Royal Family like a tornado” and of “using” them to achieve fame and fortune.Writing in The Sun, Ms Markle issued a scathing analysis of the Duchess of Sussex’s motivations, saying she had “sown discord” among her inlaws in pursuit of “international notoriety”.
Journalist and confidante Tom Bradby says failing to keep the couple on-side could be “very damaging" if they go public.
Meghan Markle is expected to join the Queen’s crunch talks about her and Prince Harry’s future roles by phone after returning to Canada.The monarch has called Harry, his brother Prince William, and their father Prince Charles to a crisis meeting at her private Norfolk estate of Sandringham where the “next steps” for the couple will be decided on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex prompted headlines across the world with the announcement they would “step back as ‘senior’ members of the royal family” on Wednesday.An announcement made by the couple on Instagram instantly gave rise to widespread reports of disgruntlement among family members, with the Queen said to be “furious” at not being consulted prior to the decision.