Director Jonathan Levine has said he and collaborator Seth Rogen did not need the #MeToo movement to teach them respect in Hollywood.
The war of words between Sir Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie showed no signs of slowing down on Thursday as further allegations were traded.
Scotland’s First Minister has revealed her first job was selling potato scones door to door.
Nicola Sturgeon says she would meet Donald Trump if the opportunity arose.
A man attempting to hold up a convenience store accidentally revealed his identity when he removed the bag he was using to cover his face so he could fill it with loot.
Five institutions engaged in “vital” work have been shortlisted for the £100,000 Museum of the Year prize.
The first part of Crossrail will be opened by March 2021 at the latest, those behind the delayed project have pledged.
Climate change activists in London have brought 10 days of disruptive protests to an end with a so-called closing ceremony.
Conservative councils up and down the country are providing good local services that cost less, the Prime Minister said as she hit the local elections campaign trail.
Reggie Lambe is to miss Cambridge’s two remaining games, starting against Morecambe on Saturday, so he can prepare for the Gold Cup with Bermuda.