A retired couple saw their Ryanair flight leave without them – despite arriving at their gate early. Margaret and John Harrop were due to fly out to Alicante on Ryanair flight FR4080 at 11am on September 28 to see their son Keith, after he moved
The first week of Strictly Come Dancing results will be broadcast on Sunday night on the BBC, but their pre-recorded nature means fans can easily find out who will be sent home ahead of time. After discovering which couple will be the
Max Verstappen hit back at his team in a radio meltdown after engineers demanded the Dutchman to abort his final qualifying run. Verstappen looked on course for pole position after going almost one second faster than Charles Leclerc over the first two sectors.
A protest has erupted in Manchester, with thousands marching to demand the Government take action against the ongoing cost of living crisis. The demonstration is run by the campaign group ‘Enough is Enough’. The group has organised rallies in fifty different towns
Lewis Hamilton was blasted by Yuki Tsunoda in a furious radio message during the Singapore Grand Prix free practice after angering the AlphaTauri driver. The Japanese was left fuming by the Mercedes star’s behaviour on track after the Briton appeared to block
“A government has two duties: to ensure our security and economic prosperity. This government does not fulfil either of these duties,” one speaker said. Hundreds of people gathered in other cities, where they could watch online streaming of the protest held in
Nicola Sturgeon has come under fire for her mishandling of the drug epidemic in Scotland, where the death toll remains higher than in the rest of the country. The nation’s health services are struggling to cope with the mental health crisis affecting thousands
Liz Truss defended her mini-budget today as she broke her silence in a series of interviews. The Prime Minister is touring regional BBC radio stations in a morning round of interviews and facing a grilling about her economic plans for the first
The Conservative MP slammed the international financial institution’s intervention as he warned against attempts to defend the the value of the pound sterling from further collapse. Mr Redmond made clear that in his view attempting to protect the pound would only lead
Liz Truss is facing a growing Tory rebellion over the economy, which one MP described as “extinction-level stuff”. Conservative MP Simon Hoare described it as “inept madness”. He said: “These are not circumstances beyond the control of Govt/Treasury. “They were authored there.