1. 'No escape from grief and trauma and still no safer'

    By Darren Lewis Everyone has a haunting image that comes instantly to mind from the past 52 days in the Middle East. Mine include the bloodied babies carried hurriedly into hospitals already stretched to breaking point, arms limply hanging down from their bodies. Another was the re
  2. Ant and Dec told 'shame on you' by furious ITV I'm A Celebrity fans after cheeky backstage video

    By Rose Hill Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly left fans unimpressed as they shared a glimpse of their backstage antics on I'm A Celebrity . It's been a dramatic first week on the hit ITV show, with restaurant critic Grace Dent quitting the show today after fans expressed concern fo
  3. WATCH: Defence Minister James Heappey refuses to back Suella Braverman

    By Georgia Pearce Defence Minister James Heappney has refused to say if he believes Suella Braverman will be Home Secretary by the end of the week. Commenting on her controversial remarks about Remembrance Sunday, he told GB News : ‘Those aren’t words I would have used. “Myself and a
  4. Suella Braverman to discover fate today as Tory admits she was party to blame for violence

    By Dave Burke A top Tory has hinted that Suella Braverman could shoulder some blame for sickening violence at the Cenotaph - amid talk she could be gone by the end of the day. Rishi Sunak has spent the weekend weighing up whether to sack the Home Secretary after she penned a column
  5. PM Rishi Sunak slams 'violent actions' by far-right groups on pro-Palestinian march

    By Ryan Merrifield Rishi Sunak has condemned the "violent, wholly unacceptable" actions by far-right groups and Hamas sympathisers during the pro-Palestinian march and said all criminality must be met with the "full and swift force of the law". The PM's statement, posted on social