Thursday, May 23, 2019
HUW JENKINS is planning a return to Swansea as OWNER after quitting his role as chairman. Jenkins has been in touch with a wealthy Arab group about buying out the current American regime in charge of the Welsh club. Huw Jenkins is planning a route back into Swansea CityGetty Images...
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were all smiles at an awards ceremony honouring military veterans - a day after it emerged Meghan had made an emotional plea to her father to stop his "victimising". Harry and Meghan were guests of honour at the Endeavour Fund Awards honouring those who, despite life-changing injuries,...
PRINCE William told Diana he didn’t want to be King so often that Prince Harry offered to take the throne, it has been claimed. The Princess of Wales made the startling confession a year before she died in an intimate lunch with journalist Michael Paxman. Harry offered to take the...
Children are spending an average of 23 hours a week on smartphones and other gadgets - twice as much time as they spend conversing with their parents, polling suggests. The survey of 2,000 families with children below the age of 14 found that on average they were spending 3...
The third Russian agent implicated in the Sailsbury nerve agent attack has been linked to the poisoning of up to three people in Bulgaria.  The existence of a third man was first revealed the The Daily Telegraph. He was identified as a 45-year-old Russian travelling under the alias Sergey...
TYSON FURY has revealed his thought process after being floored by Deontay Wilder in the last round of their world title fight. Fury had raced to an early lead against WBC champion Wilder this past December – before he was dropped with a flash knockdown in round nine. Tyson Fury...
Police investigating the disappearance of university student Libby Squire have been given more time to question a 24-year-old man arrested on suspicion of her abduction. Miss Squire, 21, was reported missing in Hull more than a week ago and an intensive search has been mounted by police and volunteers since then. The...
Previous research has indicated that 20 per cent of antibiotics prescribed by GPs are handed out inappropriately. Dame Sally said that as well as feeling a need to validate a patient’s illness, GPs were too busy to accurately record how they have used the drugs, making it difficult for...
A no-deal Brexit could see a scheme to stop fake medicines entering Britain scrapped - just seven weeks after its launch, pharmaceutical leaders say. The new Europe-wide system, which goes live this weekend, means that every person in the medicines supply chain is able to check its authenticity, and...
A schism opened in Thailand's royal family on Friday after the king vetoed an unprecedented political intervention by his eldest sister, who announced a run for prime minister against the ruling military junta. The candidacy announced by Princess Ubolratana Mahidol, the daughter of the late king Bhumibol, earlier in the...