Tuesday, according to Green party leader Natalie Bennett, was an “absolutely excruciating” day for her.
Courtney Love has failed in an attempt to get a libel suit against her dropped by claiming the remarks she made about a fashion designer were in the public interest because of the level of her celebrity.
Police in Los Angeles are investigating the theft of the dress worn by Lupita Nyong’o to the Oscars on Sunday evening, the sheriff’s office has confirmed.
I blame Alec Guinness.
The boss of Lloyds Banking Group has been handed a £11.5m pay deal as the bank resumed dividend payments to shareholders for the first time since its government bailout in 2008.
Leading surgeon and former health minister Lord Darzi says it would help denormalise smoking and ultimately lead to fewer people using cigarettes
This week, the US socialite revealed that she washes her hair every five days. Too little? Too much? We asked an expert
Ed Balls has sought to quash speculation that Labour could strike a formal post-election deal with the Scottish National party by hinting that Labour would prefer a minority government to a coalition.
Set in an alternate Victorian steampunk era, The Order: 1886 bundles werewolves, Jack the Ripper and Arthurian legend in with a load of wood-handled, high-tech gadgets and empire-era mock-futuristic weaponry.
The Bank of England plans to beef up its watchdog role after it failed to spot one of the biggest scandals in the City’s recent history.
Few actors outside soap opera become defined by a single role to the exclusion of all else in their career.
The Swiss operation of Coutts is under investigation by the German authorities for allegedly helping clients to evade tax.
Andrew Tyrie has been a superb chairman of the Treasury select committee.
The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has said he will hand back £1m of his annual pay package.
Up to a third of American adults are now avoiding gluten, and numbers in Britain are growing rapidly: gluten-free sales are soaring. But is it really our dietary enemy – or, as Jennifer Lawrence thinks, just the ‘new cool eating disorder’?
HSBC is suffering “horrible reputational damage” as a result of the exposure of the systematic aiding of tax avoidance in its Swiss subsidiary, the bank’s chairman has conceded before MPs.
On a normal balance sheet, there’s a profit and loss account.
The German parliament is expected to agree to extend the eurozone’s bailout of Greece on Friday, capping a tumultuous first four weeks in office for the anti-austerity government in Athens.
The Greens have sought to limit appearances by their leader, Natalie Bennett, during the potential leadership debates, only for the move to be blocked by the broadcasters.
In the World Cup of 2011, England kept the tournament alive in the early stages by losing to Ireland and Bangladesh and beating West Indies and South Africa, thereby scraping into the quarter-finals before producing an anaemic performance against Sri Lanka.