Iran’s energy sector has come under threat as thousands of oil workers have reportedly abandoned their posts to join ongoing protests against the state. The nation, which is under the strict control of an Islamic regime, has been rocked by a wave
However, they told The Sun: “Sometimes you forget that the celebrities are real people with their own emotions and opinions on public figures and that’s just been so clear to see in camp. “They’re all trying to navigate how to deal with
“Understand a brand new boat in a totally new country. That puts pressure on everybody. “For me, it’s understanding that everyone is human. Everyone gets a pass, but if you start taking my kindness for weakness, that’s when I change gears.” Kerry
Almost 1,000 bus drivers in London are to stage a series of strikes over pay. Members of Unite employed by Abellio in south and west London will take 10 days of action in the run-up to Christmas. The union said the company
It’s imperative to treat high cholesterol before it progresses to serious health problems like heart disease. While the fatty substance is known for being hesitant to show warning signs, symptoms can appear once cholesterol accumulates in your arteries. One tell-tale sign of
He said Rishi Sunak would pay the price at the ballot box if he fails to stick by the Conservative’s 2019 manifesto promise for retirees in next week’s Autumn Statement. Labour will ramp up pressure on the Tories to keep to their
Republicans have made what should have been a “cake walk” midterm election much harder than it needed to be after becoming “distracted”, an analyst has told Express.co.uk. Statisticians have widely tipped the GOP to make gains this election cycle, despite a late
It was a defining moment for Prince William and his younger brother Prince Harry. The pair joined their father, uncle and grandfather in walking behind the coffin of Diana, Princess of Wales — their mother — in a heartwrenching procession. The decision was made
The Express.co.uk columnist underwent spinal surgery earlier this month to try and ease chronic pain in his back and legs. But the legendary Irish presenter has been dealt a fresh setback, after a fall at his Surrey home which led to him tumbling downstairs.
A Liverpool drugs baron described as a “major player” is set to be released from prison within days after spending most of the last 25 years behind bars. Curtis “Cocky” Warren, 59, will leave the high-security Whitemoor prison in Cambridgeshire in November.