Three-year-old Arthur Ridout was finally diagnosed with an aggressive medulloblastoma. (Image: Brain Tumour Research / SWNS) Three-year-old Arthur Ridout spent months travelling back and forth to the doctors after his parents became concerned about the youngster complaining of dizzy spells, nausea and
Jake Humphrey has clarified his controversial comments on Newcastle’s ownership after being branded “tone deaf”. The BT Sport presenter was accused of hitting back at those questioning the club’s Saudi Arabian-backed owners and overlooking the mass of human rights indiscretions surrounding Mohammed
High profile members of the shadow cabinet have been door-knocking ahead of the local elections next week with members from its Middle East sister party. Sir Keir, deputy leader Angela Rayner and others have hosted the officials in recent days while interacting
BBC: Martin Kennedy on the state of Scottish agriculture sector National Farmers Union Scotland president Martin Kennedy was quoted in a BBC News website article making reference to Brexit. But a clip broadcast on BBC Scotland appeared to omit mention of Britain’s
He added: “You’ve got a winger that looks up, looks at his defender and thinks ‘nah, nah, I’m passing it backwards’ and that should not be happening for the career that he’s had so far at Dortmund and his confidence is shattered.
Footage from the Duke of Edinburgh’s service shows Princess Beatrice, 33, in floods of tears as her father the Duke of York accompanied the Queen to her seat at Westminster Abbey. The Princess was at one point spotted hiding behind a service
The Duke of Cambridge visited the fourth-largest Commonwealth realm, during which protestors called for him to apologise for the Royal Family’s role in the slave trade. While he expressed “sorrow”, Prince William didn’t personally apologise for the “abhorrent” practice. The Duke and
“That’s why they went after him, the character. I thought that was really interesting because if I was recruiting I’d be going ‘back-to-back relegations, I’m not so sure’ but it actually went in his favour. “Arguably the signing of the season, maybe.
Lewis Hamilton couldn’t hide his smile as he was named “definitely” the greatest Formula One driver of all time at Mercedes’ car launch by host Natalie Pinkham. The constructors’ champions unveiled their 2022 challenger, the W13, on Friday morning with Hamilton, new
Ferdinand added: “I would look to get in behind Trent because he’s so great going forward and I think Klopp doesn’t want to actually bring him back and play him a bit deeper. “We saw with [Andy] Robertson today, especially earlier in