Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa’s emergency press conference proved to be a unique source of entertainment.
Theresa May’s historic Commons defeat over her Brexit deal makes the front pages across Europe and further afield.
Kesha vowed to “love myself” after posting a make-up-free selfie showing off her freckles.
Jeremy Clarkson has castigated the issue of Brexit and branded the leave process a “complete clusterf***” as the Prime Minister’s deal was roundly rejected by MPs.
There were muted cheers outside Parliament as Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal was rejected by MPs.
Katy Perry has shared a hilarious note showing she was once suspended from school for making “pelvic thrusts” against a tree she was pretending was Tom Cruise.
Megan Barton Hanson has taken a swipe at her boyfriend Wes Nelson’s Dancing On Ice partner Vanessa Bauer, accusing her of trying to grab headlines by announcing a “tactical breakup”.
Tom Kerridge has said he is not comfortable with fame, and that he finds it unusual when fans want to take pictures with him.
Diane Abbott has insisted Labour is “committed to honouring” the Brexit vote despite backbench warnings that it will “damage” the communities they represent.
Microsoft’s Bing search engine shows child pornography images as well as making suggestions for other disturbing search phrases, an investigation has found.
A doctor examined an Arizona woman who is in a vegetative state less than nine months before she gave birth, but did not find that she was pregnant, it has emerged.
Tim Roth has revealed he drinks too much and his war veteran father became an alcoholic following trauma and abuse.
Michael Gove used colourful language to dismiss Labour’s Brexit plans before the Government later signalled its desire for compromises across the Commons.
Disgust is a very personal thing – what my seem utterly repulsive to one person may be totally normal to another.
Labour’s Brexit plans are “bollocks”, Environment Secretary Michael Gove has told the Commons.
Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has criticised Piers Morgan for suggesting celebrities talk about mental health because it is “fashionable”.
Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has said he is finally content after years as a “pisshead druggie”.
Theresa May has condemned threats of violence and intimidation against MPs and journalists after a series of verbal attacks outside Parliament.
A female sex toy company has accused technology show CES of gender bias after claiming it was awarded and then stripped of a prize at the convention.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had the perfect response after being named Arsenal’s player of the month for December.