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BAFTAs 2018: Pregnant Kate Middleton defies Time's Up
18 Feb 2018 at 5:58pm
The Duchess of Cambridge faced her most difficult fashion dilemma to date at Sunday night's BAFTA Awards, as she defied the Time's Up campaign, to wear green on the red carpet.
Boy and grandfather who died at crossing in Barns Green
18 Feb 2018 at 5:15pm
Will Hallett, 15, and Barry Hearnshaw, 72, have been named as the boy and granddad who died when a train hit their car at around 8.47am on the level crossing in Barns Green, Sussex, yesterday.
BAFTA Awards 2018: Jennifer Lawrence leads the red carpet
18 Feb 2018 at 5:02pm
Jennifer Lawrence put on a typically chic display on Sunday evening, when she stepped out in head-turning style ahead of presenting an award onstage at the annual BAFTAs.
Labour grandee Keith Vaz faces possible probe
18 Feb 2018 at 4:35pm
Conservative Andrew Bridgen wants the National Crime Agency to use new powers created to crackdown on crime gangs to investigate Labour MP Keith Vaz.
Hero policeman nicknamed 'the Hoff' after jumping in river
18 Feb 2018 at 4:16pm
The Greater Manchester Police trainee watched as specialist officers started negotiating with the man - but suddenly he fell into the freezing River Irwell, in Radcliffe.
Mary Beard posts image of herself in tears over Oxfam row
18 Feb 2018 at 4:03pm
The Cambridge academic, 63, said she was taking a break from Twitter after she was accused of being a 'colonialist' for suggesting that 'civilised' values were hard to sustain in a disaster zone.
New on-screen sex rules for #MeToo generation
18 Feb 2018 at 4:00pm
The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal has prompted an actors' union to draw up new rules for sex scenes which could ban sharing saliva or using tongues during kissing scenes.
May must offer a Brexit solution to the EU, MEP warns
18 Feb 2018 at 3:49pm
Senior MEP Guy Verhofstadt said Theresa May's red lines in the negotiations were dramatically narrowing the options for a deal.
Simon Cowell gets a hug from cancer-stricken child
18 Feb 2018 at 3:28pm
Moving pictures show cancer-stricken Kian Musgrove, from Northumberland, enjoying himself at Simon Cowell's son Eric's lavish Despicable Me-themed birthday party in London.
BAFTA Awards 2018: Time's Up protesters storm red carpet
18 Feb 2018 at 3:16pm
A group of female protesters wearing 'Time's Up' T-shirts invaded the red carpet at tonight's BAFTAs in London chanting 'sisters, united, we'll never be defeated'.
BAFTA Awards 2018: Actresses say Time's Up for sexism
18 Feb 2018 at 3:16pm
Female stars dressed in black and their male co-stars wore 'Time's Up' pins to symbolise the fight against sexism on the red carpet at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Inventor comes up with non-slip soap
18 Feb 2018 at 11:26am
The Tetra Soap is crafted in a way which would make it almost impossible to drop.Designer Mike Mak is the mastermind behind the design, which is based the structure on concrete slabs called tetrapods.
Avalanche sweeps away hikers on Swiss mountain
18 Feb 2018 at 10:24am
The pair were part of a larger group skiing in Val d'Isere , but had split off and were said to be on a closed piste when the snow engulfed them. It comes after a second avalanche injured two.
Labour official pushes woman rival out of the way at vote
18 Feb 2018 at 10:17am
Emily Thornberry insisted an angry clash at yesterday's national policy forum was being overblown and the woman involved was not worried by it.
UK Weather: Sub-zero temperatures on way from North Pole
18 Feb 2018 at 10:09am
A process of Sudden Stratospheric Warming in the Arctic could lead to 'prolonged cold conditions over the UK', according to the Met Office.