Ukraine officials claimed on said Sunday that Russia was behind a cyberattack that defaced its government websites and alleged that Russia is engaged in an increasing “hybrid war” against its neighbour. The statement from the ministry of digital development came a day after Microsoft said dozens of computer systems at...
Paris Fashion Week 2022 is back after a long absence. The fashion industry is determined to get back on the catwalks after nearly two years of virtual events. During the covid pandemic, most of the worlds most well-known brands were forced to retreat online, with virtual events and fashion shows...
Harry and Meghan are back in the news after Harry's legal team released a statement explaining his legal fight for the right to personally pay for police protection whilst he and his family visit the UK. Harry wants to bring his children - Archie and Lilibet - over to the...
Evening Standard says Princess Diana’s former personal protection officer has criticised Prince Harry’s legal situation regarding police protection.
The Telegraph says The Queen may never meet her great granddaughter Lilibet or see her great grandson Archie again.
The Spectator says shortly after his abdication in 1936, the now-Duke of Windsor wrote a series of letters while in European exile, in which he complained vociferously.
BBC News says Prince Harry is seeking a judicial review against a refusal of the Home Office to allow him to personally pay for police protection when in the UK.
France's lower house has passed the 'French vaccine passport' on Sunday. The French parliament gave final approval to the government's latest measures to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, including a vaccine pass that will exclude unvaccinated people from restaurants, tourist locations, sports arenas and other venues. The bill was passed on...
Amazon emailed UK customers on Monday to inform them that the proposed visa credit cards ban will no longer take place.
Brentford is reportedly in talks with footballer Christian Eriksen over a return to the Premier League.
The consequences of the volcano that erupted on Sunday are beginning to be understood as significant damage is being reported.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has been accused of attacking the BBC to divert attention from Downing Street lockdown parties.
The Independent reports on fears for child refugees who have been wrongly deemed adults and might be forced to share a bed with a stranger.
“Johnson’s scapegoats” is the headline dominating the front of the Daily Mirror as the prime minister attempts to save his premiership.
The Queen will not help Prince Harry in his plans to sue the government to get back his Metropolitan Police bodyguards, the Sun reports.
Boris Johnson “will fight tooth and nail to save his political future,” the Daily Express says.
The Guardian says perhaps the strangest aspect of Rafa Benítez’s time at Everton is how well it began.
The Independent says Liverpool resist Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane narrative conditioning their season.
The Metro says a Russian invasion of Ukraine is ‘inevitable and imminent’, senior Tory MP Tobias Ellwood has warned.
The Guardian says Two people have drowned off a beach in northern Peru, local authorities say, after unusually high waves were recorded in several coastal areas.
The Independent says Julia Fox has opened up about dating Kanye “Ye” West amid the “Heartless” rapper’s ongoing divorce from Kim Kardashian.
The Mero says A Banksy mural ripped from a wall has sold for a rumoured £2 million, sparking outrage among residents of a seaside town.
The Guardian says TV and radio stars have rallied behind the BBC after it was revealed the government plans to freeze the broadcaster’s funding and eventually scrap the licence fee.
The Independent says A murder investigation has been launched after an 86-year-old woman was killed and her husband left fighting for his life after a suspected botched burglary in a Derbyshire village.
The Metro says The UK has recorded another 70,924 cases of Covid but it appears the country has past the worst of the Omicron wave.
The Metro says Novak Djokovic has officially left Australia following his visa cancellation saga, the country’s Immigration Minister has confirmed.
The Independent says A five-year-old British girl has been killed in an accident on a ski slope in the French Alps, according to reports.
The Guardian says The 10 richest men in the world have seen their global wealth double to $1.5tn (£1.01tn) since the start of the global pandemic.
Monday’s front splashes on the prime minister’s fightback from partygate - reportedly named “operation red meat.”
BBC News says two teenagers have been arrested in England as part of the investigation into a hostage-taking incident at a synagogue in Texas.
The Guardian says The brother of a British woman who was swept away from the coast of Tonga by the tsunami on Saturday and is still missing says he has grave fears for her safety.
The Independent says Boris Johnson has been accused of giving a speech at a leaving do for his defence adviser in December 2020.
The Metro says Britney Spears’ sister, Jamie Lynn, has issued a public plea for the star to get in contact over their nasty spat as truths from Britney's conservatorship continue to be revealed.
Aljazeera says Tonga is calling for “immediate aid”, with an urgent need for fresh water and food, as it assesses the damage caused by Saturday’s eruption of Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai.
TRT World says a major winter storm has slammed much of the eastern US with snow, ice and high winds, causing widespread travel disruptions and power outages.