Dutch journalist says new Endgame has been re-released in Holland

Dutch journalist who first uncovered names of ‘royal racists’ says Omid Scobie’s Endgame has been released in Holland with ‘hundreds’ of changes – as biographer is seen for the first time since admitting early drafts DID name them The Dutch journalist who first uncovered the names of the ‘royal racists’

French police 'detain 80 men' in swoop on suspected child sex abusers

French police ‘detain 80 men’ in ‘unprecedented’ one-week crackdown on suspected child sex abusers, with a local councilor and two school teachers among those arrested Swoop focused on professions where adults are in regular contact with children French police have arrested around 80 suspected child sex abusers, including a local councillor

Lord Sharp says Rwanda deal critics are 'missing the point'

Lord Sharp says Rwanda deal critics are ‘missing the point’ as he says the £240million spent is less than what they have already paid for hotels  Lord Sharpe revealed yesterday that an extra £100million was signed off The £240million spent on the Rwanda deal is equivalent to just 30 days of

BORIS JOHNSON: If we let Putin win, it'll spur on the copycats

BORIS JOHNSON: Across the world, democracies and autocracies are engaged in a huge arm wrestle. If America and Britain let Putin win in Ukraine, it’ll spur on the copycat chaos-makers In the annals of American Congressional insanity, this week’s block on aid to Ukraine ranks with the attempts by some U.S.

Woman is hit with £50,000 restaurant bill

Woman is hit with £50,000 restaurant bill after posting a photo of her meal on social media It has become the norm for restaurant diners to take a quick photo of their meal and post it on social media before tucking in. But for one woman in China, her decision

Mourners line the streets for Pogues' star Shane MacGowan's funeral

Shane MacGowan funeral: Mourners line the streets of Ireland ahead of funeral for the late Pogues singer after his death aged 65 Thousands of mourners have gathered in the streets of Dublin to pay their final farewell to Irish punk icon Shane MacGowan. To give as many people as possible

Boris: It's 'not right' to claim he didn't care about Covid victims

Boris Johnson recalls his own hospital ordeal and says it is ‘simply not right’ to claim he didn’t care about other people’s suffering in an emotional second day of evidence at the Covid Inquiry Boris Johnson yesterday launched an emotional defence of his handling of the pandemic, saying it was

Hands up if you know which is the state’s most powerful union?

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. The most powerful union in the state doesn’t fly flags from cranes, donate to political parties or make statements on climate change. The most powerful union in the state doesn’t threaten to go

Jessica survived a collision with a truck. What causes car crashes?

Vehicle collisions kill an average three people a day in Australia. Drivers are often the focus of blame but other factors can play a part, including the design of the roads we hurtle along. Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any