JD Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin has said partying pub-goers will send bar sales soaring on October 31 if the UK leaves the EU – with or without a deal.
Don McLean has hit out at claims his partner is a “gold digger” and denied he is “squandering my fortune”.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes says he has been considered unfashionable in the UK because he is not left wing.
When his posh pies went missing from a radio station fridge a presenter emailed colleagues to find out who had taken them, then contacted the HR department for help, another DJ has said.
Ex-Doctor Who star Alex Kingston has defended the Duchess of Sussex – suggesting she is a victim of tall poppy syndrome.
The upcoming Boy George biopic may not feature an LGBTQ actor in the lead role, the film’s director has said.
The selection process for the new Conservative candidate for Rushcliffe is “well under way” after the whip was removed from Ken Clarke.
More than 400 airline passengers have been arrested on suspicion of being drunk in the past two years, an investigation has found.
The Conservative chairman in Ken Clarke’s constituency has branded the MP “disgraceful” after suggesting he would defy the Government to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Every single school will get support on teaching relationships education as pupils prepare to return to classrooms for the new term, the Education Secretary has said.
Mark Ronson has signed up for a new gig – reading a CBeebies Bedtime Story.
A cat who swallowed a metal clip while stealing his favourite treat has made a full recovery after life-saving surgery.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s charity has been officially renamed, removing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from the title.
Criminals who attack police officers should go to jail, “no ifs, no buts”, a crime chief has said as she called for tougher sentences on perpetrators.
Daisy Ridley said she might get a puppy to help her cope with life after Star Wars.
Raging fires in the Amazon rainforest – known as “the lungs of the planet” – have sparked global concerns.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have appointed an influential media executive as the first trustee of their Sussex Royal Foundation.
An abundance of data and a lack of confidence in the multitude of scientific research is adding to researcher workload and potentially impacting public confidence in science.
Train companies have admitted overcharging thousands of passengers caught fare dodging.
Ministers have been criticised for spending more than £10 million over eight months on an advertising campaign to help people and businesses prepare for Brexit.