Prince Harry tells court he didn't consider legal action until he bumped into celebrity barrister

Giving evidence for a second day, Harry said he first considered taking legal action following the chance meeting with David Sherborne in 2018.

Firefighters tackle blaze at block of flats in south London

Some 60 firefighters tackle blaze at five-storey block of flats

Pentagon says 'no proof' of top secret UFO retrieval program described by whistleblower

Susan Gough, a Department of Defense spokesman, said there was nothing to substantiate the whistleblower's claims. He'd predicted such a response.

Couple who bought 140-year-old Victorian manor reveal they have found slew of hidden treasures

First bought in 1885 and kept within one family until the 1970s, the Krasneskys have inherited a 9,000sq-ft treasure trove of secret rooms, hidden wealth and history: a huge old manor in Kansas.

It's a crazy, crazy sight: Leather-clad Kiss rocker Gene Simmons in Commons for PMQs

The 73-year-old, who is currently touring the UK with the band, watched Oliver Dowden take on Angela Rayner, while Rishi Sunak is in the United States visiting Joe Biden.

NATO's show of strength: Alliance prepares for its biggest ever air force drills over Europe

The Air Defender 23 exercise will see 10,000 participants and 250 aircraft from 25 nations respond to a simulated attack on a Nato member country.

Massive blaze breaks out at South London block of flats

Firefighters were called to the blaze at around 5pm today to a block of flats on Whitehorse Road, Croydon.

Jacob Pursifull is charged after jumping into alligator pit at Tampa's Busch Gardens

An aspiring social media star endangered his own life by climbing into the alligator enclosure at Busch Gardens on May 31 in an attempt to jump start his online following.

Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island erupts in a wild explosion of lava

Awesome footage from Hawaii shows Kilauea volcano erupting on the Big Island this morning - but authorities say no one is in danger.

Tim Minchin on his writing, rejection, and mental health - The Newsnight interview

Composer, writer, actor, lyricist and comedian Tim Minchin was back in London for his musical Groundhog Day, which has opened at the Old Vic Theatre. It's ba...

Canada wildfires blanket North American cities in smoke - BBC News

#Canada #US #WildfiresTens#Canada #US #Wildfires of millions of people in North America woke up to dangerous air quality levels as intense wildfires burn acr...

Wednesday evening news briefing: Hundreds of thousands without drinking water after dam collapse, says Zelensky

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Rishi Sunak sets up Covid-style Cabinet committee for Rwanda flights

The committee, which has been in place for a month, is already meeting twice a week to ensure there are no barriers to deportation flights beginning as soon as the Illegal Migration Bill clears Parliament.

Rishi Sunak insists the UK is 'doing great things internationally' after Harry's court gibe

The PM said the UK was 'doing great things internationally' after Harry told the High Court the nation's global standing was at 'rock bottom' under his government.

Former Great Britain rugby league star Gareth Hock in court to face rape charges

Former Great Britain rugby league star Gareth Hock appeared in court yesterday on charges or rape, assault and coercive control. The former forward is charged with two counts of rape.

Emergency at Bournemouth beach as two male swimmers seen struggling in spot where children drowned

A major emergency response was launched at Bournemouth Beach after two male swimmers were seen struggling in the exact spot where two children drowned less than a week earlier.

Fight outside of school board meeting over Pride Month

Fights broke out at a protest outside a Glendale, California school board meeting where they were considering recognizing Pride Month. Police arrested three ...

Ukraine: The Latest - Kyiv warns of floating mines and disease after Kakhovka dam destruction

Every weekday the Telegraph's top journalists analyse the Russian invasion of Ukraine from all angles and tell you what you need to know

ANOTHER female cop quits the Met to become an OnlyFans model

EXCLUSIVE: Metropolitan Police constable Kerri Andrews has resigned from her job as a beat officer and is now charging fans £11-a-month to see explicit photos of her in 'uniform'.

Panic stations for Tories as poll finds Lib Dems surging in the 'Blue Wall' as mortgage rates spike

The Conservatives are under pressure from the Liberal Democrats, who are now just four points behind them in the 'Blue Wall' of seats mainly in the Home Counties.

Top police officer to appear in court after being found guilty of having a child porn video

Superintendent Novlett Robyn Williams, 58, from London, is accused of breaching failing to disclose information relating to her bank account and a trip abroad.