Donald Trump signalled on Sunday that he has regrets about escalating his trade feud with China, in an unusual show of doubt. During a breakfast meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G7 summit
Hedge fund billionaire Crispin Odey has hit back at criticism that he is betting against Britain, arguing that he has ended his wager against the pound and has invested several hundred million pounds UK
My 16-year-old granddaughter has been described by staff at her boarding school as “the untidiest girl in the school”. She will put down rather than put away. No problems at the school – she mixes well,
Philip Hammond has demanded a formal apology from Boris Johnson over “misleading” briefing that blamed former ministers for leaking no deal planning document HYMAS The former chancellor said the document
Manchester City won the Premier League with 98 points last season and without their best player. The early signs from Kevin De Bruyne’s return from injury are that Pep Guardiola’s side will be even better
It was with mixed feelings that I read that thousands of people will be attending a beach party to mark our departure from the European Union on October 31 at a seaside village near Amsterdam. This will
Fashion website Boohoo have parted ways with Karen Millen’s top team including chief executive Beth Butterwick just weeks after buying the upmarket brand out of administration. Boohoo acquired the online
Andrew Luck retires from NFL: Indianapolis Colts quarterback stuns sport with 'hardest decision of my life'
Emotional Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck stunned the NFL on Saturday by announcing his retirement at the age of 29, citing the toll of a relentless cycle of injuries, rehab and "pain". The
The number of serious injuries reported by private healthcare providers in England has risen sevenfold since 2011, the Sunday Telegraph can reveal. According to data obtained from the Care Quality Commission
As all eyes turn to New York for the start of the US Open on Monday, it’s time to look back for outgoing Wimbledon chairman Philip Brook. He talks to Simon Briggs about his nine years at the home of tennis
BHP is measuring its mines around the world to ensure they are contributing positively to local communities, as it grapples with the challenge of being a good corporate citizen and satisfying investor
Some young, or youngish, people love nothing more than a raging night out on the tiles - sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. I love nothing more than tea and cake with someone over the age of 80. Old people,
Self-driving cars will only last four years because they will be used so much, a Ford executive has predicted. John Rich, operations chief of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, dismissed concerns that demand for
The Sunday Trading Act 1994 came into force 25 years ago this weekend, allowing shops to open but restricting the opening times of larger stores – those over 3,000 sq ft – to a maximum of six consecutive
Six spectators were injured when lightning struck a tree during the Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta on Saturday, a PGA Tour official said on American broadcaster NBC. The network said the spectators
Vuelta a Espana 2019, stage one – full results and standings: Miguel Angel Lopez leads Astana to team time-trial victory
Colombia rider Miguel Angel Lopez led Astana to a team time-trial victory as the Spanish Vuelta got underway on Saturday. Astana finished with a time of 14 minutes, 51 seconds over an 8.33 mile flat, circuit
Donald Trump has said Boris Johnson is the "right man" to deliver Brexit, as the two leaders met for their first face-to-face talks since Mr Johnson entered Downing Street. The US President suggested under
It has been an inauspicious start for Steve Bruce at Newcastle. An opening-day defeat at home to Arsenal was followed by a comprehensive loss away to Norwich, placing Bruce under some significant early
Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames by Lara Maiklem, review: the swirling mess of underwater history
Lara Maiklem, who every day at low tide straps on her kneepads and rubber gloves to descend a narrow rusty ladder and reach the Thames foreshore, says of her mudlarking that it is “my escape, from people,
What an Ashes Test means to a county that desperately needs it - and what happens for those who miss out
And then there were five. Sometimes, change can happen so swiftly and so jarringly, that before you know it something has gone full circle and we are left where we started. Like England’s Ashes venues.
Has a company treated you unfairly? Our consumer champion, Katie Morley, is here to help. For how to contact her click here. Emirates refused refund after my husband fell ill In April my husband suffered
Students have been warned not to take up offers of loans from a private finance company following claims over high interest rates and misleading advertising. Academics and student advice services have
Malta: model economy or money launderer? 'Everyone has issues... in London it's Russians and property'
This is the story of two economies - on the one hand a runaway success that inspires admiration, not to say a little jealousy, but on the other one that attracts international opprobrium and leaves many
Lost in translation. Any German observing Angela Merkel’s throwaway line at her press conference with Boris Johnson last week, to the effect that an alternative to the dastardly Irish backstop might be
Bill and I popped open a bottle of fizz, clinked glasses and posed for a selfie in the back garden. We’d just got the keys to our first home, a characterful semi in Dorset, and we couldn’t stop grinning
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