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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson had a nice surprise when his Jungle Cruise co-stars Emily Blunt and Jack Whitehall dropped in to see him on the set of his latest movie in the UK.
Ryan Giggs has challenged his Wales youngsters to prove people wrong in the absence of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.
One of Nasa’s space telescopes is back in business after a two-day shutdown.
Deputies in California have used Doritos to lure a pig “the size of a mini horse” back home.
Katie Piper has said she has no regrets about taking part in Strictly Come Dancing as it has taught her she can “put herself out there” and let go.
Brazil and Argentina meet in an exhibition tournament in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday.
Ant McPartlin and his estranged wife Lisa are due to be divorced at a London court.
MPs who vote a “cobbled-together” Brexit deal through Parliament would be guilty of a “dereliction of duty”, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
A team of investigators has entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for what Turkish officials called a joint inspection of the building where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared nearly two weeks ago.
Speaking at his official unveiling, Smith described the decision to leave Brentford and join his boyhood club as "not emotional but totally rational".
Mariah Carey enlisted her seven-year-old son to help announce a new album.
Robbie Williams’ wife has shared a hilarious photo of the singer reading Gary Barlow’s autobiography in the bath.
Thirty-two Palestinians have been wounded by Israeli fire during a mass protest along the beach near the Israeli frontier, Gaza’s Health Ministry said.
Joe Denly has been handed an unexpected chance to resume his England one-day career more than nine years after his last cap, following an injury to Liam Dawson.
Earth is a place of wonder, where the totally amazing and the utterly mundane live side by side.
Dani Dyer has announced she will be starring alongside her dad Danny Dyer on stage this Christmas.
Little Mix have a battle on their hands in the race for the top spot of this week’s singles chart.
A senior official at car giant Ford has warned that a hard Brexit could be a “significant threat” to the UK’s automotive industry.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have arrived in Florida to survey damage in the state as well in Georgia from Hurricane Michael.
Germany coach Joachim Low warned world champions France his side have “learned a few things” from their “painful” Nations League defeat to Holland ahead of Tuesday night’s clash in Paris.
The Championship club has had seven players in the England youth squads from under-16s up to under-21s.
A man has died after being injured in a disturbance in a Lanarkshire street.
Google has its fingers in many pies and the one it keeps cooking up is its Pixel range of smartphones, which have now entered their third iteration.
Five teenagers have been locked up for stabbing a man to death in an unprovoked attack as he returned home from a hospital appointment with his pregnant partner.
Ronnie O’Sullivan has branded the venue for the English Open a “hellhole” and claimed he could smell urine in the player interview area.
A car being driven on a metal wheel rim has been stopped by police on a motorway.
Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted that a Brexit deal is still “achievable” despite deadlock in negotiations just days ahead of a crunch European Council summit.
Many had believed the former Chelsea and England skipper had been a condition of Smith taking the job with the Villa board eager to bring back the former centre-half.
The 29-year-old has impressed on the left this season, scoring his first two goals for the club after being pushed further forward by Darren Moore.
A woman who died in a road crash in Oban has been named by police.
Motoring groups have reacted furiously to the UK government’s decision to cut subsidies for electrified vehicles.
Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who debut attracted the third biggest audience for a regular episode of the show since its return to screens in 2005.
Their match against the Bees, who are currently managerless following Dean Smith's move to Aston Villa, has been moved back to 8pm on Monday, December 3.
Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that killed at least 10 people, authorities have said.
New Aston Villa boss Dean Smith believes it was perfect for John Terry to join his backroom staff.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has called for “calm heads” as this week’s European Council summit looms.
The new head coach was joined by chief executive Christian Purslow.
Relatives of a man who was fatally stabbed near the scene of a car fire have paid tribute to him as a “loving son, husband and father”.
Now this six-strong group of community heroes have been recognised for their string of bold feats which have seen them rise to the top of their fields.
A Westminster culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence” has allowed the bullying and harassment of staff in the House of Commons to thrive, an official report has found.
Billy Vunipola will miss England’s autumn Test campaign after breaking his arm for the third time this year.
Jacqui Oatley MBE, Willard Wigan MBE and Richard Westwood are three of the city’s heroes who were recognised in the 2017 Famous Sons and Daughters Awards.
An Irish sailor hailed a hero for trying to rescue an injured fellow competitor in a round-the-world race has arrived home to a rapturous welcome.
A serial criminal has been jailed after stealing DVD players from a hospital chemotherapy unit and cash from a cancer centre.
The 67-year-old man is currently recovering in Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital after the crash in Cannock on Saturday.
Leave campaigner Nigel Farage has said the issue of the Northern Ireland border has been used by European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier to “trap Theresa May” into keeping the UK in a customs union.
Peter Jackson has revealed his dislike for filming on set.
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber was joined by stars Des O’Connor, Jimmy Tarbuck, Sir Cliff Richard and Tommy Steele to unveil a new art installation at the London Palladium.
Speaking from beyond the grave, Professor Stephen Hawking has told a new generation growing up in an increasingly insular world: “Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet”.
Bishops attending a Vatican meeting on ministering to young Catholics are being confronted about why no women participants can vote on the final proposals that will be prepared for Pope Francis.
A serving soldier was part of a ring of smugglers trafficking illegal immigrants from the Calais Jungle into the UK, a court has heard.
A man accused of being a “fanatical” neo-Nazi terrorist allegedly posed for a photo with his newborn baby while wearing the hooded white robes of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), a court has heard.
The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has no plans to quit performing despite a recent brush with death.
Climate change threatens the world with drought, rising sea levels, powerful storms – and a global beer crisis, say researchers.
Seat’s newly spun-off performance arm, Cupra, has opened the order books for its first model — the Ateca.
A joint Saudi-Turkish team has entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to search it, nearly two weeks after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The wife of a British academic arrested five months ago in the United Arab Emirates has responded to reports that he will go on trial for spying by saying he is a man of principle with an “impeccable track record”.
The Anvil, in Shifnal, was close to being turned into residential housing before Black Country Ales offered to purchase the building and reopen it as a pub.
President Bashar Assad’s government has received a major boost as Syria’s commercial gateway with Jordan and a crossing with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights manned by UN peacekeepers were reopened years after the war disrupted their operations.
Independence supporters have launched a new fundraising drive aimed at building majority support for the cause.
Claudia Winkelman has attended a star-studded event to honour the bravery and achievements of outstanding women “making a mark on history”.
A jury panel has been selected for the trial of a Tory MP over his 2015 general election expenses.
As the air grows cold and the leaves change colour, it's time to get our pumpkin carving knives and fake blood ready for eerie celebrations.
Six Scottish beaches have been selected to take part in filmmaker Danny Boyle’s UK-wide event to mark the centenary of the end of World War One.
Chris Woakes has praised England’s precision after their one-day bowling attack racked up more than 10,000 deliveries without conceding a front-foot no-ball.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born has taken the number one slot at the UK box office in its second weekend.
A fraudster has been jailed after he took a £1 million loan meant for humanitarian work and spent it on motorbikes and a Jaguar car.
Christopher Harm, aged 25, died at the scene in Engine Lane, Brierley Hill, at around 1am on Saturday.
It’s not often you can say adding googly eyes is no laughing matter, but that appears to be the case in the city of Savannah in Georgia, US.
Bath’s Freddie Burns’ premature celebrations cost them the game and possibly qualification in the Champions’ Cup on Saturday.
Katie Boulter is savouring a “special moment” after becoming the latest British tennis player to break into the world’s top 100.
In contrast to the renowned Hans Zimmer Live tour, where the sound focuses on Zimmer’s band and the electronic sounds of the music, The World of Hans Zimmer – A Symphonic Celebration will present the composer’s works arranged for a live symphony orchestra for the very first time.
President Donald Trump has suggested “rogue killers” may be responsible for whatever happened to missing Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
A stock market announcement today confirmed that Patisserie Holdings chief executive Paul May "has decided to step down" as a non-executive director at Restaurant Group "with immediate effect".
This time, the pair take stock of the first 12 games of the season.
The 23-year-old singer, rapper, songwriter and record producer first rose to fame following the release of his debut single White Iverson in 2015.
Detectives probing the attempted murder of a man in a targeted shooting have said it is down to sheer luck that no innocent bystanders were injured during the incident.
A 53-year-old woman has died in a road crash in Oban.
James Brindley's parents have launched The James Brindley Full Circle (Offender Management) Programme, which they say has given them 'focus and strength' following the murder of their eldest child.
A 14-year-old boy missing from his home in Aberdeenshire has been found safe and well.
House of Commons staff have described how they routinely suffer abuse and harassment from MPs who know they will never face disciplinary action for their conduct.
Corporal Roland Elcock was remembered 100 years to the day that he performed a remarkable act of bravery on the battlefield.
O'Kelly has worked alongside Smith for the past six-years with the pair enjoying successful spells at both Walsall and Brentford.
Martin O’Neill has defended his Republic of Ireland team after seeing their style of play described as “primitive” by Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney.
Fans of the royal family have been eager to discover as much detail as possible about the upcoming newest addition to the Windsor family after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they are expecting a baby.
Google has rolled out a host of new responses for its Google Assistant virtual helper to coincide with Halloween.
The death toll from flash floods in southwest France has nearly doubled to 13.
JustGiving is scrapping a controversial 5% fee for donations – making it easier for people and communities to reach targets for the sums they need to raise.
Children Of Bodom, Cradle Of Filth, Soilwork, Dee Snider, Queensryche and Hypocrisy will appear across the three-day festival, which takes place at Catton Park.
The Football Association’s desire to have a standalone date for the FA Cup final is one of the reasons why the Premier League started earlier than other European leagues, Press Association Sport understands.
The Football Association has condemned those responsible for the disorder in Seville on Sunday night ahead of England’s Nations League match against Spain.
His ownership of The Magpies has been branded 'dreadful, parsimonious (being very unwilling to spend money), parasitic', in a blog post by fan website The Mag.
Cars with a royal connection often command a premium over their standard brethren, but anybody after a right regal runabout could get their hands on a comparative bargain, as Prince Andrew’s former Bentley Flying Spur is up for sale.
Ireland’s premier Leo Varadkar has said a Brexit deal could be delayed until December.
President Donald Trump has spoken to King Salman of Saudi Arabia, who denies any knowledge of what happened to a Saudi journalist who visited the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and then disappeared and is feared dead.