Temperatures are set to soar to 28C (82F) in some parts on Thursday, making it the warmest April day in nearly 70 years. The South East will enjoy the best of the weather, while most of England and Wales should see the temperature rise into at least the low 20s, the Met … [Read more...] about April mini heatwave 2018
It might not happen often, but when Britain swelters in soaring temperatures it is not everyone's idea of bliss. While those lucky enough to be on holiday during mini-heatwaves can enjoy the weather in their gardens - or from air-conditioned comfort - what … [Read more...] about Too hot to work? What the law says on employee rights during a heatwave
Michael Gove has rejected comparisons of Theresa May’s immigration policy to “Nazi Germany”, insisting that British attitudes to migrants were “positive, welcoming” and “forward looking”. The Environment Secretary took exception to claims … [Read more...] about Windrush scandal: Tory immigration policy is not like ‘Nazi Germany’, Michael Gove says
Dale Winton, the television presenter best known for hosting Supermarket Sweep, has died at the age of 62. The star's agent announced the TV stalwart, whose broadcasting style was described as making the mundane seem magical, died at his home on Wednesday. Winton became … [Read more...] about Dale Winton dies at 62: Tributes to Supermarket Sweep host
US President Donald Trump has announced that negotiations are under way to obtain the release of three US nationals presently being held in North Korea. Speaking in a joint press conference in Florida with Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, Mr Trump said the issue was … [Read more...] about Who are the Americans imprisoned by Pyongyang who could be released to smooth US-North Korea relations?