Donald Trump Jnr tweets infamous picture of Justin Trudeau in blackface

A dispute between US President Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau continued Wednesday evening when Donald Trump Junior weighed in on the two leaders’ diplomatic spat.  Trump Jnr took a swipe at the Canadian prime minister on Twitter in a public show of support for his father, posting a now-infamous picture of Trudeau wearing blackface.  Alongside … Read more

Hugh Grant confronted by protesters over Labour’s anti-Semitism issue

Hugh Grant was confronted by protesters against Labour anti-Semitism as he campaigned for the party in north-east London. The Love Actually star was repeatedly challenged in Chingford & Woodford Green over how he could support Jeremy Corbyn’s party when it faces condemnation from the Jewish community. Grant recently accused the Labour leadership of not doing … Read more

Angela Rayner repeatedly insists Corbyn could have watched Queen’s speech on catch up

The row over whether or not Jeremy Corbyn watches the Queen’s speech on Christmas Day rumbled on today after Angela Rayner repeatedly insisted he could have ‘watched it on catch up’. The shadow education secretary defended Mr Corbyn by bizarrely repeating his suggestion that he watched the annual message in ‘the morning’, despite it first airing … Read more

Police charge man, 22, with 12 terror offences following an investigation

Police charge man, 22, with 12 terror offences following an investigation into right-wing online terrorism A 22-year-old man from Bath has been charged with 12 terrorism offences Andrew Dymock was arrested over suspected right wing terrorism online The Somerset man will appear before Westminster Magistrates Court later today By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline Published: 07:29 … Read more

Early morning London commuters face travel chaos

Early morning London commuters face travel chaos as the District, Circle and Hammersmith and City underground lines are all suspended over a ‘faulty train’ District, Circle, and Hammersmith and City underground lines are suspended  Delayed commuters warned to wrap up as temperatures plunge as low as 1C  By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline Published: 06:33 GMT, … Read more

Fast Show’s Simon Day shows CCTV of ‘burglar’ he says stole family’s beloved pet dog ‘Coco’ 

Casing a house in the middle of the night, this is the suspected burglar Fast Show star Simon Day says broke into his home and stole his dog. In CCTV footage released by the actor, the hooded man is seen prowling around a house belonging to his neighbour shortly before Day says he got into … Read more

Warning as two raging bushfires burning on Sydney’s fringe force threaten to form one super blaze

 A thick blanket of dangerous smoke is choking Sydney as raging bushfires burn on the city’s fringe. Two uncontainable fires are even threatening to combine into one ‘super blaze’ by late this evening. Drivers are now being warned to avoid the roads as the clouds of smoke make conditions treacherous to motorists, with some buildings … Read more

Barack and Michelle Obama are busting out the champagne on a mega-estate on Martha’s Vineyard

The Obama’s are likely celebrating as they have closed the deal on a massive seven-bedroom mansion on Martha’s Vineyard. The former President and First Lady received the keys to their new mega-home which occupies 29 acres of beachfront property. The couple have been eyeing up the property since staying there last summer after it was … Read more

CIA reveals the identity of a FOURTH spy who betrayed America during Cold War 

The identity of a fourth spy who passed on US atomic bomb secrets to the Soviet Union during the 1940s has been unveiled in a new article published by the CIA’s in-house journal.   The article’s authors have named the American traitor as electrical engineer Oscar Seborer, following their examination of recently declassified FBI documents and … Read more

Man fleeing from leopard is just one image to make it onto AFP’s best photos of 2019 list 

From an emotional Theresa May announcing her resignation as Prime Minister to devastating damage caused by Storm Dorian in the Bahamas and haunting images of the civil war in Syria, AFP has published a selection of its best and most poignant photos of the year.  The spectacular images capture the historic events that shaped 2019 … Read more