Hollywood star Chris Pine says he has no idea why his full-frontal nude scene for his role as Robert the Bruce caused such a fuss, and said the reaction revealed “double standards”.
Many cat owners are all too aware of how aloof kitties can be, so it was refreshing to see one mog greet its owners as if it were a forlorn Labrador.
Kenyan running great Kip Keino has denied wrongdoing in his country’s Olympic corruption scandal and did not appear in court as expected on Friday.
Intercontinental Hotels Group saw a greater return on its rooms in the third quarter, but growth was comparatively slow after last year’s performance was boosted by hurricanes.
Jeremy Hunt has urged warring Tories to get behind Theresa May’s Brexit strategy as the Prime minister faced a fierce backlash against the idea of extending the UK’s transition period.
The herpes virus could account for at least half of cases of Alzheimer’s disease, a scientist has claimed.
Jeremy Hunt has said there will be “consequences” for Britain’s relationship with Saudi Arabia if it is found that the Saudis murdered missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf said language used in an internal police email on the deployment of female firearm officers is “utterly intolerable”.
Eden Hazard says it is “not a problem” if a move to Real Madrid fails to materialise as he would be happy to finish his career at Chelsea.
Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell has split from her partner, Emmerdale actor Anthony Quinlan.
A former Crewe Alexandra youth coach has been cleared of sexually abusing a teenage boy.
Embattled doorstep lender Provident assured it is on stable footing as it continues to recover from a string of regulatory sanctions, but said home credit collections are still below historic levels.
The Duchess of Sussex received an unexpected present of carrots as she visited Bondi Beach with Prince Harry on their tour of Australia.
More cows will be destroyed at the Aberdeenshire farm where a case of BSE has been found, but Scotland’s chief veterinary officer has insisted there is “no need to panic”.
Southampton boss Mark Hughes says Bournemouth can no longer be regarded as top-flight minnows as Eddie Howe’s men challenge at the top of the Premier League.
Apple has revealed it will hold a live event in New York at the end of October, where the tech giant is expected to announce new versions of the iPad and MacBook lines.
Shares in Trafford Centre landlord Intu jumped more than 14% on Friday after a consortium of investors upped its takeover approach, valuing the company at around £2.8 billion.
Dame Judi Dench has signed up to star in the film adaptation of Cats – in a role traditionally played by a man.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have met Australian Labour leader Bill Shorten, who has previously pledged to scrap the monarchy should his party gain power.
A British woman has been arrested over the alleged murder of her husband on the Malaysian holiday island of Langkawi.