SIR – World For Brexit (W4B) was launched in Washington, DC, and New York in July, and in Sydney this month, with plans to add Canada, New Zealand, India, African countries and others in the near future.
A man in his 60s was stabbed to death in broad daylight near a historic pub in west London on Saturday. He was pronounced dead after police were called to St Mary's Avenue in Southall at 6.41pm. The victim
Christian Coleman, the fastest man in the world and favourite for the world 100 metres title, has insisted he is confident of competing at next month’s World Championships despite fighting to avoid a for
Steven Gerrard prepared for late transfer window anxiety ahead of building on first season at Rangers
The extra worry lines on Steven Gerrard’s forehead are caused by classic late transfer window anxiety. Rangers won nothing in their previous campaign but there were clear signs of progress from Gerrard’s
The ban on liquids over 100ml for people going through airport security will be lifted as a result of new scanning technology. Passengers will also be allowed to keep water bottles and creams in their
Pep Guardiola has challenged Benjamin Mendy to maintain his current levels of fitness and professionalism and resurrect his faltering career with Manchester City. The 25-year-old full-back has started
It has been a summer of tears for Lucas Moura. First they were tears of happiness, after his sensational hat-trick for Tottenham Hotspur in the most dramatic of Champions League semi-finals, and then of
Boris Johnson has told Donald Trump to tear up red tape stopping companies selling goods to the US as he railed against “bureaucratic obstacles” standing in the way of British firms. The Prime Minister
England women will on Sunday - somehow - aim to maintain a 35-year record of medalling at combined EuroHockey Championships, less than 48 hours after one of their most dispiriting defeats. The last time
'Joe Root puts belief in this England side and we feed off that - we have to believe we can win,' says Joe Denly
England insisted they can stage a miracle comeback against Australia on Sunday after a resurgent batting display from captain Joe Root gave the hosts a glimmer of hope of levelling the Ashes at Headingley.
The review of HS2 is welcome. Its terms of reference are wide, with the review panel free to recommend not just changes to the scheme but scrapping the project completely. HS2, if it goes ahead will on
British companies want the UK to 'end the current uncertainty' and 'crack on' with leaving the EU, Andrea Ledsom says
British companies want the UK to "end the current uncertainty" and "crack on" with leaving the EU, the new Business Secretary declares today. Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, Andrea Leadsom says that she
The head of the National Crime Agency (NCA) has challenged the social media giants to explain why they can develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) to target adverts at users but not create AI capable of children
Carrie Symonds, the Prime Minister's girlfriend, has back a group of British schoolchildren who are at the forefront of plans to buy a section of rainforest in Ecuador to protect endangered animals at
The school funding crisis has worsened because of a shortage of governors, a leading charity has said, as new figures show vacancies on governing boards have risen by almost 40 per cent in two years. positions
Electricity bills need to rise to prepare energy network for HS2, one of the country's biggest energy firms says
Electricity bills may rise as a result of works to prepare Britain's energy network for High Speed 2, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose. Scottish Power said it will require an additional £35 million from
October 31 will be a historic day for the United Kingdom – the day we finally act on the will of the people and leave the European Union. As a truly Brexit-backing Business Secretary, my number one priority
Briton Anthony Yarde falls short in valiant attempt to beat Sergey Kovalev in WBO light-heavyweight title fight
Anthony Yarde fell short in a valiant attempt to win the world light-heavyweight championship in Russia on Saturday night. The 28-year-old Londoner was stopped in the 11th round by champion Sergey Kovalev,
Disney has announced a hero for its upcoming Marvel series described as “Batman with multiple personality disorder” in an effort to reduce the stigma around mental health conditions. Marc Spector, the
Amber Rudd has accused Labour of jeopardising hundreds of millions of pounds worth of benefit payments to severely disabled people. The Work and Pensions Secretary claimed that Jeremy Corbyn was playing
ITV has stumbled in its race to reinvent itself as a subscription streaming player capable of challenging Netflix, after two of the executives hired to lead the chase left in quick succession. The Sunday
Criminals committing 100 offences before being sent to prison for knife crime, official figures show
Criminals are committing as many as 100 offences before being sent to prison for knife crime, official figures have shown. There have been 38 “super-prolific” offenders in England and Wales since 2008,
Amid the hidebound restrictions of post-war Britain they took shelter in a Soho nightclub to dance, drink and socialise away from the ugly racist prejudice that was an everyday reality for all too many.
When parishioners in a Hampshire village were told their vicar had resigned following “sexual incidents” with a 16-year-old schoolgirl, many walked out of church in support of their “wonderful” minister.
Fears a sale of Cobham to a US buyer risks Britain’s national security and threaten the country’s industrial base have “no logic to them” and are “noise”, according to the defence company’s boss. David
The total bill for mis-sold payment protection insurance is expected to hit £50bn this week as the banks take a final hit for customer claims. Ian Gordon, a banks analyst at Investec, estimates that