The streets of London, Manchester and other cities are awash with bicycles hired by the hour – or even the minute. But the growing number of casual riders are being caught out by a bewildering insurance
Willie McKay has been charged with fraud, Telegraph Sport can reveal. The man who booked Emiliano Sala’s doomed flight is due to appear in court next month after being charged with two counts of fraudulent
'Come what may, do or die' Britain will leave the EU by Oct 31 Boris Johnson says as he sets out 'ABC' plan to deliver Brexit
Boris Johnson has set out a three point plan for Brexit as he made clear that "come what may, do or die" the UK will leave the European Union by October 31. Mr Johnson also clashed in two radio interviews
One of the Britain's oldest former generals has dismissed claims he was part of a VIP paedophile ring as "beyond grotesque". Giving evidence from his armchair in the trial of alleged fantasist, Carl Beech,
Women who want to have children should consider moving to the countryside to improve their fertility, scientists have suggested following a new study. Research in Italy found women living in polluted are
South East Asian ride-hailing giant Grab has taken a stake in London start-up Splyt to help develop its “super app” technology and allow more users to access its services. Grab, a major Uber rival headquartered
Amir Khan has claimed he has a "verbal agreement" to fight ex-training partner and former world champion Manny Pacquiao in Saudi Arabia on November 9, 2019. Pacquiao is scheduled to defend his World Boxing
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Without even voting on it, MPs have waved through green targets which will make the cost of No Deal look like small change
This legislation was approved with little scrutiny, all to boost the ego of one of Britain’s worst Prime Minsters Never let it be said that Parliament cannot get things done when it wants to. In the three
The gold price soared this week as tensions between Donald Trump and Iran intensified and concerns were raised that the American Federal Reserve could look to cut interest rates. The precious metal is
Retail sales have plunged to their lowest level since March 2009, amid the tumult of the last financial crisis. New figures gathered by business lobby group the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
Bombardier has agreed to sell its regional jets business to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in a deal that raises fears over jobs at the company’s Belfast plants. The Japanese conglomerate will pay $550m and
Investors trapped in the suspended Woodford Equity Income fund should not expect the fund to be open for “quite some time”. The fund locked investors' cash earlier this month after a proposed £250m withdrawal
A group of billionaires in the US has urged presidential candidates to back a wealth tax on the richest Americans, in order to shoulder a greater share of the tax burden and create a more equal society.
James Goddard, the self-styled yellow vest protester, has been found guilty of assault in connection with an incident during a demonstration in Manchester. Goddard was appearing at Manchester Magistrates'
Father stabbed to death in front of his son after row with fellow rail passenger over blocked aisle, court hears
A rail passenger was stabbed to death in front of his teenage son by another traveller who accused him of blocking the aisle, a court has heard. Lee Pomeroy, 51, was knifed 18 times after getting into
Whether directed at sixth-formers or celebrities, online excavation for the offensive is an ugly practice Exams are over and school is – almost – out for summer. But there is no slacking off for anxious
The inhabitants of a small town in eastern Germany made their own stand against neo-Nazis by buying up all the beer in the local supermarket. The people of Ostritz, on the border with Poland, were unhappy
The boss of New Look said he was ready to hand over the reins to chief operating officer Nigel Oddy as the fashion retailer revealed a huge loss on Tuesday. Executive chairman Alistair McGeorge, who was
If Boris Johnson’s handlers have been telling him that the way to win this race is to act “serious”, they’re gravely mistaken. For one thing, he’s no good at it. Whenever Mr Johnson is on his best behaviour,
Duchess of Cambridge made patron of Royal Photographic Society, taking over from Queen after 67 years
The Duchess of Cambridge has been named as the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society, as she joined youngsters taking part in a workshop run by the prestigious organisation. The Duchess, who is
There are almost too many reasons to visit the Canary Islands. Reliable sunshine, even through the winter. White and black sand beaches. Dramatic landscapes, with towering volcanoes, sculpted lava and
Former West Indies captain Brian Lara has been hospitalised in Mumbai with chest pains. Lara, who holds the records for the highest individual innings in Tests and first-class cricket, is in India as conducts
Arsenal will make a new bid of around £18million for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney as they edge closer to the Scottish club’s valuation. Celtic rejected an opening offer of £15m from Arsenal for Tierney,
For almost 70 years, Walthamstow in east London was home to the country’s flagship greyhound racing track. It was visited by up to 5,000 punters a night who would watch dogs chase down a mechanical lure
Police investigating the Maths A-level leak have arrested two people, the company which owns the exam board Edexcel has said. Pearson announced that they have been informed by police that both individuals