Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have had a baby daughter.
A post on Facebook, shared hundreds of times, wrongly claims there are more than 850,000 registered sex offenders in the UK. There are far fewer than 850,000 registered sex offenders in the UK In May, the National Crime Agency published an
Did the commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. David H. Berger, reject Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin's announcement that COVID-19 vaccinations will soon be a requirement for all service members, saying, "There will be no mandatory va
For more than a year, viewers were puzzled by a "downright creepy" woman who appeared in a video on the ThriftSchool YouTube channel.
Pictures of a sign outside a Costa Coffee store, telling customers that if they want to dine in they need to be able to show proof of immunity and photo ID, have gone viral on social media. What might not be clear on an initial glance is that the pictu
“60% of patients admitted to the hospital in the UK have been fully vaccinated”
Two former members of the Sex Pistols are suing singer Johnny Rotten for the right to use the band’s songs in an upcoming television series about the anarchic punk rock icons.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said legal controls will be replaced by “personal responsibility” when the country moves to the final stage of its lockdown-lifting roadmap.
Ukraine’s defense minister is under pressure from members of the government over the decision to have female military cadets wear pumps with heels in an important parade.
COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be highly effective, despite setbacks over the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Did President Joe Biden threaten to "nuke law-abiding American citizens" while speaking about the U.S. Constitution's second amendment? No, that's not true: Biden was discussing the "right of the people to keep and bear Arms" provision, w
Under the classification, people who have stayed in the U.K. for more than two hours will be restricted from boarding passenger flights to Hong Kong.
The papers included plans for a possible U.K. military presence in Afghanistan.
At least one Disney Store in the U.K. was said to remain.
Biden, who attends Mass regularly, says he personally opposes abortion but doesn’t think he should impose that position on Americans who feel otherwise.
The government’s decision to cut aid spending [makes it] the only G7 country to do so. Ed Miliband, 9 June 2021. The Prime Minister will walk into the G7 summit as the only leader who is cutting development aid to the world’s poorest. Ian
Jill Biden is sending a sartorial message of “love” as she accompanies her husband President Joe Biden overseas.
Reporters traveling to the United Kingdom for President Joe Biden's first overseas trip were delayed seven hours after their chartered plane was overrun by cicadas.
A column in the Daily Telegraph makes a number of eye-catching claims about the state of education in the UK, but not all of them are right. In the piece, journalist Celia Walden argues that schemes to help pupils catch up on their learning after
Three-quarters of Britain's adult population has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the government said.
“We’re seeing deaths under an average of 10 a week now from Covid, bearing in mind we’re going to be losing a lot more than that to heart disease and cancer and the like – well hundreds, I mean, hundreds more people – to
We have the worst death toll in Europe. Keir Starmer, 27 May 2021. Boris Johnson was too slow to introduce not one but three lockdowns, which left us with the worst death toll in Europe. Angela Rayner, 25 May 2021. Labour’s leader, Sir Keir Sta
A drug dealer in the English city of Liverpool thought he was the big cheese — until police got all the evidence they needed to arrest him from a picture he shared of himself holding a small block of creamy Stilton.
The Taking the Initiative Party said Johnson, who played a leading role in Black Lives Matter protests last year, was shot in the head on Sunday.
Iran's hard-line parliament speaker said Sunday a temporary deal between Tehran and international inspectors to preserve surveillance images taken at nuclear sites had ended, escalating tensions amid diplomatic efforts to save the Islamic Republic's at
Social media posts shared hundreds of times claim that a recent UK parliament “vote” on the alleged Uyghur Muslim genocide in China’s Xinjiang was only attended by five British MPs. The claim is misleading: the UK parliament passed a motion, not
An old video from Medina in Saudi Arabia has been used to circulate a false claim that the Trident hotel in Mumbai is damaged.
Mukesh Khanna has rubbished his death rumors and clarified that he is healthy and fine.
The government has recently announced plans to formally recognise in law the sentience of animals, that is the ability of animals to experience feelings like pain, joy and fear. The Guardian reported that it will be enshrined “in UK law for the f
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has won her remaining copyright claim against a British tabloid publisher over the publication of a personal letter she wrote to her estranged father.
All adults aged between 30 and 39 will be able to choose the vaccine they wish to receive, so long as it does not cause substantial delays.
There are no provisions in UK's resettlement scheme for interpreters who resigned, were dismissed, or fled to a third-world country.
She died Saturday morning in her home in New York City, according to her agent.
Social media users on Facebook and Twitter copied and pasted the text: "Ukraine has now listed Joe Biden as wanted on Class A felony charges."
Police say one of the world’s biggest bunnies has been stolen from its home in central England.
The flag at Buckingham Palace, the queen’s residence in London, was lowered to half-staff.
The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency said it wasn’t clear if the shots are causing the clots and that "rigorous review" is ongoing.
A video of a Sky News segment has been shared on social media by a group called ‘Mysteries, Truths, and Conspiracies’, with the caption: “UK jabs causing blood clots, but denied as you would expect”. This caption is false, and a
Alan Turing was pivotal in breaking the Nazi's Enigma code during World War II — but faced discrimination as a gay man after the war ended.
A photo of a grand building has been shared in multiple Facebook posts alongside a claim that it shows a mosque built by Bangladeshi cricketer Shakib Al Hasan and his wife in his hometown. The claim is false: the photo in fact shows a railway station i