Category: World News

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Record £191m EuroMillions prize goes up for grabs for THIRD time

It could be YOUR lucky week! Record £191m EuroMillions prize goes up for grabs for THIRD time Your third chance at winning the £191m draw after the limit was hit last week  No-one in the countries which play EuroMillions matched all seven numbers A win will beat Joe and Jess Thwaite’s from Gloucester record of

Hugh Grant rubbishes rumours he will play Prince Andrew in new film

So who WILL play Prince Andrew in BBC Newsnight movie? Hugh Grant rules himself out of adaptation while fans tip Gillian Anderson to play Emily Maitlis (as she lets her hair down at Mayfair haunt Tramp) Prince Andrew’s BBC Newsnight interview to be turned into a film called Scoop Book adaptation, by Peter Moffat, will

Scientists locate exact Martian crater that launched ‘Black Beauty’ meteorite

A 4.48-billion-year-old Martian meteorite found on Earth has been traced back to one of the red planet’s 90 million visible craters by West Australian astro-geologists. The discovery by the researchers from Curtin University’s Space Science and Technology Centre in Perth will provide insights into the evolution of planets in the solar system, which itself formed

Tory donors are privately asking if there is 'any way' to keep Boris

Tory donors are privately asking if there is ‘any way’ to keep Boris Johnson as PM  Several donors have asked if there is ‘any way’ for Mr Johnson to apologise   Two sources said that Tom Tugendhat has got the support of billionaires  One said donors had Rishi Sunak as ‘first choice’, and: ‘Anyone but Liz

Labour's rejects conference stall bid by feminist and gay groups

Labour’s women problem fuelled by conference row as party rejects stall bid by feminist and gay groups Women’s groups claim they have been denied a stall at the party’s conference  Yesterday Labour MPs and peers called on the party to reverse the decision  Labour has struggled with reconciling women’s and trans rights  Labour was embroiled in