Holly Willoughby warned This Morning viewers that she and co-star Phillip Schofield might be “a little blurry” on the show after the programme scored a top prize at the National Television Awards.
The prospect of Britain remaining in the EU after March has increased after shadow chancellor John McDonnell signalled Labour could back plans to seek an Article 50 extension to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Tesco’s former UK finance director has been cleared over a £250 million fraud and false accounting scandal after the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) dropped the case against him.
The SNP continues to be split over whether now is the time for Nicola Sturgeon to call a second Scottish referendum, with one of the party’s MEPs insisting it is not time yet to “push the button” on such a vote.
The father of a 14-year-old girl who took her own life has said Instagram “helped kill my daughter”.
Novak Djokovic was given an easy passage through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open when opponent Kei Nishikori retired.
This week may have started with Blue Monday, but things are definitely looking up for one lucky reader of The Courier.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, George Ezra and Biffy Clyro will headline this year’s Isle of Wight Festival, organisers have confirmed, as controversy surrounds the lack of female performers on festival stages.
Guernsey Police have resumed the search for the missing plane which was carrying new Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala.
Madam, – I wish to respond to comments made by Councillor Michael Marra regarding Dundee City Council’s proposals for the future of the secondary school estate (Proposed merger of schools branded as “totally unacceptable”, Courier, January 21).