The clock is ticking on Jean-Claude Juncker’s time as president of the European Commission. Believe it or not, Britain will miss him when he is gone. The British criticisms of Mr Juncker are well-rehearsed.
Biffa has been convicted of trying to illegally trying to ship contaminated waste including used nappies and sanitary products to China in containers that were supposed to contain paper for recycling.
The Earl of Cardigan has failed to appear before magistrates for allegedly failing to stop after crashing his BMW in a hospital car crash. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Lord Cardigan, David
Miss England has gone make-up free for the first time after organisers expressed shock at the number of young women modifying their faces as part of the competition. The prolific beauty pageant will now
Donald Trump, the US president, said Monday that a New York-based advice columnist who has accused him of raping her in a New York City department store in the mid-1990s is not his "type." "I'll say it
Carpetright could close another 90 stores over the next two years following a brutal year for the carpet retailer, despite making progress on its turnaround. The flooring chain now has 334 shops after
In the last two decades we've become more sun savvy than every before, with sales of sun scream soaring. Yet one sun safety message that hasn't got through is how UV (ultraviolet) rays can damage our And
Barcelona are due to complete the signing of Antoine Griezmann for €120 million (£107m) from Atletico Madrid after a release clause in his contract comes into force on July 1. Telegraph Sport understands
Irish Government will come under huge pressure from Boris Johnson’s coming demands for flexibility as Ocotber Brexit looms
As he campaigns for the Tory leadership, Boris Johnson is now putting himself squarely on a collision course with the EU - threatening to attach strings to the £39bn Brexit bill and rip up the Irish backstop
Britain car makers face “crippling disruption” if a free trade deal is not secured with the EU, with border delays for imports of parts headed to automotive plants set to cost the industry £50,000 a minute.
Frank Lampard likely to be unveiled as Chelsea manager this week after Derby grant permission for approach
Frank Lampard will complete a romantic return to Chelsea as head coach after Derby County granted the Premier League club permission to speak to their former midfielder. Lampard is on course to be unveiled
Francehas taken the rare step of postponing end-of-secondary-school exams after this week’s heatwave - forecast to be the hottest on record for a month of June. With temperatures due to climb to 40 degrees
Lucas Torreira is happy at Arsenal and is not agitating to leave the club despite being a top target for new AC Milan head coach Marco Giampaolo. Reports in Italy have said that Torreira is trying to a
Dame Judi Dench has revealed that she has given up driving because her eyesight has declined. Writing last year, Angela Epstein explained how difficult it was to persuade her own mother to stop using car.
Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson faced continued questions about his personal life as he attempted to shift the focus back onto plans for his premiership. Mr Johnson has struggled to get his back
Don't go to Brussels for a new deal, Boris. Your time is better spent at home preparing for a no-deal Brexit
If our next Prime Minister is genuine about leaving the European Union by 31st October, the one thing he mustn’t do is go to Brussels. I know that sounds odd, how else is he going to get a deal? But as
People who failed lie detector tests on The Jeremy Kyle Show may have been telling the truth, producers have admitted to MPs. Tom McLennan, one of the executive producers, was forced to admit that he no
Driving with bad eyesight – we see what it's like for the millions of myopic motorists on Britain's roads
At 70mph in the centre lane of a motorway, I suddenly notice that something is wrong. It’s like peering through mist as I squint at what might be a row of cones, or perhaps roadworks, 300 yards ahead.
A fish and chip shop in North Yorkshire that has become a hot spot for Chinese tourists has announced plans to open a replica restaurant in China. Authentic Yorkshire fish and chips will soon be available
Lecturer killed by crossbow was 'targeted' police declare as four people are arrested over his death
A retired lecturer killed after being shot by a crossbow was "deliberately targeted" detectives have declared as four people were arrested in connection with his death. Gerald Corrigan, 74, was struck
Former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko rescued by Spanish coastguard after his boat caught fire
Former world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko was rescued by the Spanish coastguard after the chartered boat he was on caught fire on Monday morning. Klitschko, who ended his professional boxing
A student went into labour as she was about to sit an exam and still completed the one-and-a-half hour test. Khiara Darbyshire, was attached to a Tens machine to control the pain of contractions while
Adam Peaty has repeatedly smashed his own world records in the 50m and 100m breaststroke, but behind closed doors at his training base in Loughborough, the 24-year-old Olympic champion is also shattering
The children of an elderly couple who were found dead at their home are in a £300,000 battle over their inheritance - as they have to determine who died first in order to inherit the full amount thanks