Emiliano Sala did not want to join Cardiff City, a haunting voice message from the striker has revealed. The Argentinian confided in a friend his doubts over the deal two weeks before he was tragically
Botswana on Wednesday lifted its ban on elephant hunting, saying the population had increased and farmers' livelihoods were being impacted, in a move set to trigger outrage from conservationists. A prohibition
An 11 per cent nationwide vote could leave the party fielding no more than two or three MEPs The Conservative party faces disaster in the Euro-election. On average the final polls in the run-up to the
Exclusive Ronnie O'Sullivan interview: 'I don’t want to play in the World Championship next year, it's overrated'
It is whilst eating a salad lunch, which appropriately contains some rocket, that Ronnie O’Sullivan casually slips in an announcement that would be genuinely seismic for his sport. “This year I played
Nigel Farage is channelling Lord Kitchener. The Field Marshal’s hat has been replaced by the Brexiteer’s trademark flat cap and there is no elaborate moustache but the message is as pointed as Farage’s
The Brexit Party: What do they stand for, and who are the MEP candidates running in the European elections?
Polls in the run-up to the European elections, which take place today, May 23, in the UK, show the Brexit Party miles ahead of all its challengers. Yet the party was only founded in April. So how have
With the public set to vote in the European Parliament elections today, the latest polls show that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party is likely to gain the most votes in the UK. Although the vote takes place
Here's everything you need to know about the European election vote today. The polls will take place in the UK today - May 23 2019. Voters in Ireland turn out the following day. Those in the Czech Republic,
Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing review, Queen’s Gallery: you'll never feel closer to the brilliance of Leonardo
It isn’t easy to be objective about Leonardo da Vinci. The moment you confront the ultimate Renaissance Man, you’re hit by five hundred years of hyperbole – from Vasari to Dan Brown – that knocks rational
Al Murray explains how he fell in love with his ancestor's literary classic William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair is one of those books. You may have read it for A-level, you may have watched ITV’s
Linda Grant’s new novel begins in February 2016, with the funeral of an unknown woman, pulled from the Thames seven months previously and whose burial on an inhospitable winter morning has drawn only newly
You may not have heard of Range Anxiety. It is the worry that your electric car could run out of juice in the middle of nowhere, with not so much as a habitation on the horizon, let alone a recharging
If Simona Halep retains her French Open title in a fortnight’s time, do not be surprised if one of the first people she name-checks is aged 3½. The Romanian, who has often been shackled by her inner demons
Narendra Modi looked set to sweep back into power on Thursday as initial results in the Indian election showed that his party and its partners were cruising towards a majority. After a mammoth six-week
Europe starts three days of elections this morning that polls suggest will reshape the politics of a bloc which is coming under unprecedented strain. Immigration pressures, ageing populations, the fourth
The Giro d’Italia went to Fausto Coppi country and The Cycling Podcast’s episode from stage 11 of the Giro d’Italia starts outside Villa Coppi near Novi Ligure. The sprint finish happened a few hundred
The Government has been warned that the supply of rented homes could shrink if it presses ahead with plans to ban landlords from evicting tenants without due reason. The Residential Landlords Association
North Korea has condemned plans by the Japanese military to develop a counter-attack computer virus as symptomatic of Tokyo’s “war hysteria”, with an analyst warning the move could fuel a cyber arms race.
Questor investment trust bargain: Ediston Property has coped well so far with the troubles in retail but we can only see the task getting harder At a time when many investors are running away from anything
The SNP's Westminster leader has been accused of trying to hoodwink voters after claiming an independent Scotland could afford to keep a new currency linked to the pound's value. Ian Blackford disclosed
In the latest part of our new series on the leadership contest awaiting the Conservatives, Rob Wilson explains why James Cleverly is the happy warrior the Tories should have as leader Could it be Clevers?
The Telegraph has finally tested the Tesla Model 3, one of the most eagerly anticipated electric cars in automotive history. Here, our motoring expert Andrew English gives his verdict Engineering visionary
There's a new squatter in No 10. A raging, tortured Gordon Brown clung to his mahogany desk for several excruciating days in 2010 after delivering Labour's worst election result in decades. Today, a fragile,
Inflation is rising. Unemployment is at record lows. The Bank of England’s policymakers signalled rate rises are ahead. So why does nobody believe them? Financial markets believe there is less than a change
The row over the removal of the commanding officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth took a bizarre turn on Wednesday night as the Navy reversed its decision for him to sail the ship back to its home port. Commodore
A Connecticut police department has reached a deal with a fugitive that would have him surrender if enough people respond to a wanted poster on social media. Jose Simms, 29, who is believed to be somewhere