There are many dresses that have gone down in fashion history, but none are quite so iconic as Liz Hurley’s famous safety pin dress.
Dundee-based finance giant Alliance Trust today reported an “encouraging performance” against a backdrop of significant volatility in the equity market.
Boris Johnson has pledged with “absolute certainty” that the 3.2 million EU nationals in the UK will keep their rights.
Nightwatchman Jack Leach fell eight runs short of an unlikely century as England clawed their way back into contention against Ireland on a finely poised second afternoon at the Specsavers Test.
A trio of forces on the Israeli left, including former prime minister Ehud Barak united on Thursday ahead of the country’s upcoming elections, looking to pose a powerful contrast to prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s conservative ruling Likud party.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit stance was criticised as “unacceptable” by Michel Barnier shortly after the Prime Minister called for the EU to rethink its opposition to a new deal.
Airlines are relying on parents of children who fall sick during flights to carry appropriate medicine rather than stocking child-friendly first aid and medical kits, a global study suggests.
The Football Association has confirmed it is reviewing its minimum ban for cases involving discrimination but former England striker Les Ferdinand believes racism in the game will not be tackled without more diversity in leadership positions.
Jack Leach fell just short of becoming the first England nightwatchman to score a Test century on Thursday.
The US Justice Department has said it will carry out executions of federal death row inmates for the first time since 2003.