1. Windrush generation's struggles revealed like never before in fascinating letters

    By Bradley Jolly Dozens of unique documents tell the personal stories of the Windrush generation after they left "home" and came to Britain - in a new exhibition described as "the first of its kind in the UK". Letters from Back A Yard comprises passports, education certificates, em
  2. Scarlette Douglas unveils steel wire sculpture at London's Tilbury Docks - of HMT Empire Windrush

    By Martin Winter A 33ft wire frame installation of HMT Empire Windrush has been revealed to mark the end of Black History Month. The sculpture, unveiled by TV presenter Scarlette Douglas , has been erected at Tilbury Docks – the port where the ship first docked 75 years ago, in 19
  3. Prince William's cheeky five-word joke leaves Kate Middleton giggling as he woos fans

    By Russell Myers & Jennifer Newton Prince William cracked a cheeky five-word joke as he wooed female admirers by dishing out hugs - and it left the Princess of Wales in stitches. William and Kate were both embraced as they made the trip to Cardiff to meet members of Windrush Cymru
  4. Kate Middleton and Prince William Mark Beginning of U.K. Black History Month with Visit to Wales

    They met with various groups associated with the Windrush Generation. By Kase Wickman The Prince and Princess of Wales marked the United Kingdom’s observance of Black History Month with a visit to their home territory. Princess Kate and Prince William trekked to Cardiff Tuesday for
  5. Lily Allen delights fans as she dons a flannel to go undercover at Notting Hill Carnival

    By Emma Dooney Lily Allen has delighted her adoring fanbase after paying an lowkey visit with her close friends to the Notting Hill Carnival on Sunday. The 'Smile' singer was one of 2 million people to attend the the week-long street festival in the affluent West London district, w