Dir: Babak Anvari. Cast: Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson, Brad William Henke, Karl Glusman. Cert TBC, 96 min. British director Babak Anvari cooked up an extraordinary horror debut in 2016 with Under the the
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Donald Trump pulled the plug on infrastructure talks with Democrats in spectacular fashion on Wednesday, storming out a meeting over their refusal to drop “phony investigations” into his administration.
Lieutenant Colonel Karl Beale, soldier who was awarded a Military Cross for his courage during the Malayan Emergency – obituary
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Super League has extended its tie-up with betting company Betfred for a further two seasons after agreeing its most lucrative ever sponsorship deal. Telegraph Sport understands the new two-year deal is
Britain suffered an embarrassing diplomatic defeat on Wednesday when the United Nations voted overwhelmingly to hand the disputed Chagos islands back to Mauritius. The United Nations General Assembly by
It may not be long before Theresa May leaves Downing Street for the last time after she told Conservative Party MPs that she would resign if they backed her Brexit deal. With Britain's future relationship
From the moment in the very first series of The Naked Chef when he slid down the spiral staircase of his trendy London gaff to greet a mate with a double hand-slap and barrage of “oi ois”, Jamie Oliver
Alex Hales hopes to use Twenty20 leagues to regain his place England’s limited overs side, targeting the T20 World Cup in Australia in October 2020 after his deselection from England’s World Cup squad.
Luxury fashion house Prada said on Wednesday it will remove animal fur from its collections, joining a lengthening list of designers to make that choice. Prada's decision, to take effect with its women's
A police app that scares off molesters has become a runaway hit in Japan, where women have long faced high levels of groping on packed rush-hour trains. The free Digi Police App, created by Tokyo Metropolitan
Ford is to debut a two-legged robot postman which can walk up and down stairs and on uneven ground to deliver packages weighing up to 40 pounds to a recipient's front door. The company plans to pair the
Japanese school rules that force children to dye their hair black so they fit in with their classmates are facing a growing backlash, fuelled by a viral video campaign and a fast-growing petition. Some
The plight of British Steel has touched the national consciousness. “Industrial devastation on a massive scale” was how one trade union official described it. The company is now in the hands of the Official
Arsenal's head of football Raul Sanllehi says club could not risk tipping salary balance to match Aaron Ramsey's 'incredible
Arsenal allowed Aaron Ramsey to join Juventus on a free transfer because his salary demands would have wrecked the balance of the wage bill and caused long-term harm to the club, according to their head
It is a question which has plagued theologians, Jews and Christians for centuries: What kind of beer did people drink during the time of Jesus drink and, more importantly, what did it taste like? Finally,
Hundreds of British expats have been left unable to vote in Thursday's European Elections after their postal voting forms arrived too late. Voters living overseas say they have been disenfranchised after
Of course British Steel shouldn't be bailed out, but free-marketeers must approach the issue with compassion
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Giro d'Italia 2019: When does stage 12 start, what TV channel can I watch it on and what does the profile look like?
Stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia is on Thursday May 23, 2019. The 12th stage at the Giro d'Italia, the 158km run from Cuneo to Pinerolo, gets under way at 12.10pm (BST). Telegraph Sport's live coverage will
Manchester United’s under-23 coach, Ricky Sbragia, has left the club by mutual consent. The former Sunderland manager has parted company with United in what is expected to be the first of a number of in
Cabinet ministers are spitting tacks privately about Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill pitch as they feel it was not what they were asked to approve earlier this week. Why should they be so shocked?
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America’s notorious Gambino crime family sent an explosives expert to Sicily to help Cosa Nostra blow up a crusading anti-mafia investigator, a turncoat has told Italian prosecutors. Giovanni Falcone killed
Marriage Diaries is a new column by Telegraph Family in which people share snapshots of their relationships. It is published every Wednesday at 5pm I listen for the sound of the car pulling out of the
The boss of Babcock hit back at another “very inaccurate” report from the mysterious Boatman Capital research as a series of one-off charges hit the engineering specialist’s profits. Last week Babcock
Ever since Game of Thrones thundered onto our screens in 2011, waving a sword and flashing its wobbly bits, innumerable pretenders have stepped forward to challenge its dominance. These shows have generally
Russia is plotting to interfere in the European elections by spreading fake news and hacking candidates’ websites, EU sources and private security experts have warned. Hundreds of millions of Europeans