Elon Musk has announced one of the first drastic changes to Twitter since he bought the company for £37.9billion on Friday – revamping the social media website’s verification process. Users are set to start being charged to keep or to gain a
Antonio Conte has enjoyed a largely productive first year in charge of Tottenham since being appointed to replace Nuno Espirito Santo on this day exactly 12 months ago. The Italian coach has established himself as a popular figure in north London after
A desperate Joe Biden has decided to focus on the economy in late campaigning for the crucial midterm elections as polls show his Democrats face a heavy defeat. But, according to an exclusive survey for Express.co.uk, voters have lost confidence in Biden’s
We spend so much money on tech that it’s incredibly frustrating when our devices break. A little prevention can go a long way. Here are six checkups to give your tech now to avoid a shocking repair bill later. Regular maintenance is
A “suspicious van” was cleared after it “illegally parked” on Capitol Grounds yesterday, the United States Capitol Police (USCP) has said. USCP officers arrested the driver after he admitted to having guns in his vehicle. The small white van was illegally parked
Footballer Mason Greenwood has appeared in court today charged with attempted rape, controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault. The Manchester United forward faces three counts relating to the same woman. Greenwood, 21, of Bowdon, appeared in the dock at Manchester Magistrates’ Court.
The Red Devils host Omonia Nicosia on Thursday night with Ronaldo in contention to start again with Anthony Martial suffering an injury setback. And Ten Hag is hopeful that Ronaldo can soon start finding his best form in front of goal again.
Vladimir Putin has imposed a charge of high treason against a politician from an opposition party for criticising the Kremlin, Human Rights Watch said on Friday. According to the report, Vladimir Kara-Murza has been vocal about his thoughts against the Russian regime.
The U.N.’s top human rights body voted Friday to appoint an independent expert to step up scrutiny of Russia’s rights record at home as arbitrary arrests, a crackdown on dissenting voices and limits on free speech worsen during the war in Ukraine.
Peter Wilson, a disabled man, is unable to charge his wheelchair as a result of the escalating cost of living crisis. He said he is “frightened” by the prospect of a real-terms cut to benefits. The 54-year-old, from Hull in East Yorkshire,