May 14, 2019

Lady Gabriella Windsor wedding: What tiara will she wear? Could she DITCH royal tradition?

LADY Gabriella Windsor is marrying her fiance in a royal wedding this weekend. Will she wear a tiara like Meghan Markle and Eugenie, or will she break the tradition?
May 14, 2019

Meghan Markle: Did the Duchess try to share her baby’s gender? This is the sign you missed

MEGHAN MARKLE, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, have been settling into life as new parents since the royal baby was born on 6 May 2019. Although the royals stayed tight-lipped on baby details during the pregnancy, the Duchess might have used her wardrobe to ...
May 14, 2019

Who will rule on the Iron Throne? Readers share their Game of Thrones theories

We asked readers for their theories on who would end up ruling the seven kingdoms. Here's what you said
May 14, 2019

Soccer – Australia pick 16-year-old Fowler for World Cup

Australia coach Ante Milicic has backed 16-year-old forward Mary Fowler to shine at next month's World Cup in France after picking her in an otherwise experienced squad.
May 13, 2019

Six thugs jailed over Glasgow gang war murder plot

SIX thugs guilty of a savage gangland murder plot have been jailed for a total of more than 100 years.
May 13, 2019

Lawyers join Scottish Daily Express mental health campaign

ONE of Scotland’s longest-established legal bodies has joined the fight to tackle ­mental health issues by quizzing the ­country’s top lawyers about the subject.
May 13, 2019

Golf – Rain par for the course during major week at Bethpage

Rain and the Bethpage Black Course go hand in hand when the world's best players visit so it was perhaps appropriate that the PGA Championship week started cold and soggy on a dreary Long Island Monday.
May 13, 2019

Cannes goes even more Hollywood than usual in 2019

Looking at the guest list, you might think that the Cannes Film Festival has gone totally Hollywood.
May 13, 2019

‘Deaths of despair’ on the rise in Britain

One of the world's leading economists has warned of a rise of "deaths of despair" in Britain, revealing that suicide, drug abuse and alcoholism are now claiming more middle-aged lives than heart disease.
May 13, 2019

Investor claims FirstGroup board ‘destructive’

An activist investor in bus and rail operator FirstGroup has claimed its board is "destructive" as it seeks to shake up the company's management team.
May 13, 2019

Barclays exec to lead City’s green finance charge

A Barclays executive is being assigned the task of overseeing the City's efforts to become the world's dominant centre for green finance as the quest to slash carbon emissions intensifies.
May 13, 2019

‘He is wrong’: Coalition minister rebukes John Howard in ‘last-chance’ Q&A

It was the issue of climate change - and some scepticism about the Coalition’s commitment to dealing with it - that helped deliver the line of the night.