From Boris Johnson to Rita Ora: The famous faces who were born in surprising places REVEALED

While you might think that Boris Johnson was born and raised in the UK, what many people don’t realise is that the Prime Minister was actually born in New York City.  A new interactive map hit the headlines this week after revealing the most notable people from different towns around the world – with many … Read more

Hinkley Point B is switched off just as country faces crippling energy cost crisis

Is this a good time to shut down our top performing nuclear plant? Hinkley Point B is switched off just as country faces crippling energy cost crisis Somerset’s Hinkley Point B split its last atom after nearly five decades of power  It released steam to celebrate and contributed 3 per cent of the UK’s power Another reactor at … Read more

Keir Starmer faces crisis as unions’ revolt grows over failure to back strikes

Keir Starmer faces crisis as trade unions threaten to stop funding Labour over his lack of support for rail strikes that are causing havoc for BritonsKeir Starmer is facing funding crisis over lack of support for union strikesLabour’s main donor Unite called on the Labour leader to say what side he is onThe party got £6m … Read more

Brit diplomats robbed at gunpoint and made to kneel with knife at their faces before attackers steal embassy car

TWO Brit diplomats were robbed at gunpoint before the attackers made off in their embassy car. The officials – a man and a woman – were confronted in Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, and had a knife pointed in their faces. 1 The pair are employed by the British Embassy in SudanCredit: AFP The pair, who are … Read more

Newlyweds Pat Cummins and Becky Boston can’t wipe the smiles off their faces

Pat Cummins and his partner Becky Boston married at a lavish ceremony in Byron Bay on Friday.  And on Sunday, the newlyweds looked relaxed and happy as they headed home to Sydney from Ballina airport.  The cricket star and his British bride carried their nine-month-old son, Albie, as they headed to the airport.  Pat Cummins and his … Read more

Starmer faces revolt by unions as they threaten to cut funding if new PM calls a general election

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer‘s position is facing a revolt from union barons who are threatening to withhold election funding if Britain’s new Prime Minister calls a snap election, Mail+ reveals. Either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be anointed Prime Minister on September 5 and some observers believe they may try to call a … Read more

Shakira smiles as she is seen for the first time since it emerged she faces EIGHT YEARS in prison

Pop star Shakira was all smiles as she was spotted in public shortly before it emerged that she could be jailed for up to eight years if she is found guilty of an alleged £12million tax fraud. Spanish prosecutors are also demanding a £19million fine for the 45-year-old singer, who is charged with six counts of … Read more

Celebrity doppelgängers! Can YOU tell the biopic actors from the famous faces

Celebrity doppelgängers! As Ana de Armas becomes Marilyn Monroe for a new biopic, the other stars who’ve embodied famous faces for TV and film – so, can YOU tell them apart?Actress Ana de Armas looks strikingly like Marilyn Monroe in biopic BlondeShe’s the latest in a line of stars to look uncannily like a real-life … Read more

Now Neighbours bows out after 37 years with a host of familiar faces – and even a ghost 

They’ve been married for more than 30 years, but Neighbours lovebirds Scott and Charlene still sing along to their romantic theme song.  As Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan return to Ramsay Street for the last time in tonight’s schmaltzy finale, their car stereo is blasting out Especially For You — the duo’s Christmas No1 hit … Read more

Eric Greitens Faces Ad Blitz and a Growing Threat to His Political Future

If Eric Greitens, a retired Navy SEAL and former Rhodes scholar who resigned in disgrace four years ago as governor of Missouri, loses his bid for a Senate seat in next week’s Republican primary, his defeat will be a lesson that the laws of political gravity do, in fact, still apply. A late advertising onslaught … Read more