Daily Mail Cheshire man claims to have filmed a 'unique' UFO hovering above his homeDaily MailA father-of-four claims to have filmed a 'unique' UFO when he spotted a mysterious black object he believes was the size of a car hovering above his home. Chris Henry captured the peculiar body – which he likened to a […]
The Clinton campaign expects the candidate will not alter his stance on wanting to deport all undocumented immigrants.
The GOP nominee accepts an invitation to travel to Mexico City hours before he delivers a speech on immigration.
John McCain clears a big hurdle in a race that was inundated with questions about Donald Trump.
Sir James Munby, pictured, who is head of the family court system, said cash was being ‘squandered’ on unnecessary lawyers in court cases involving children.
The Frank Sinatra classic My Way is now top of the send-off playlist as it becomes less common for mourners to sing hymns at funerals in Britain, a study has found.
Good pay and weather, top GCSE grades, fast broadband and access to GP surgeries helped put Hertfordshire at the top of an index of 138 local authorities.
The Hollywood star played a string of charmingly off-kilter characters in films such as The Producers, Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles and Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.
All this week we have serialising the latest waspish – and heart-warming – observations of American Bill Bryson on his adoptive Britain. Here, he examines why he loves it so much…
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