When you ask Marie Newman why she is running for office against another Democrat, she responds simply: “I’m not”. The former marketing consultant and anti-bullying expert is mounting a primary challenge to Illinois third district Representative Dan Lipinski – a seven-term Democrat...
Uber has revealed that 2.7m UK users of its app were affected by a mass data breach in 2016, which the company disclosed last week.  A ransom of $100,000 (£75,500) was paid to hackers so they would delete the data and keep the...
The EU’s top court has backed a British window salesman in a bombshell ruling over unpaid holiday during 13 years of employment. The judgment has been described as a “game-changer” for gig-economy workers and a reminder of the “impending disaster” that...
The Government has suspended a foreign aid scheme after an investigation claimed that taxpayers' money was being used by extremists in Syria. Officers from the Free Syrian Police (FSP), the civilian police force backed by Britain, have also been working with courts...
Support for the Conservatives among ethnic minority voters is at its lowest level for sixteen years, with the party’s stance on immigration to blame, according to internal party memos.  New 10 Downing Street Chief of Staff Gavin Barwell has been giving presentations...
Finding the right present for children can be tricky at this time of year, but opting for a handmade gift can help you find something personal to them, support small businesses and avoid that awkward duplicate gift moment. Personalised baking set The perfect...
Michelle Gooris' selfie game is strong. The 25-year-old RyanAir pilot shares her view from the cockpit - and her jetsetting adventures on her days off - on Instagram, where she's known by over 54,000 followers as @dutchpilotgirl. She also writes a travel...
It is a puzzle that the Prime Minister is making a second visit to Saudi Arabia. Of course Theresa May will have received a friendly welcome as the leader of the sixth largest economy in the world, which in addition is a permanent...
Anu Partanen left her home country of Finland seven years ago, and she'd like to set one thing straight. Contrary to the popular belief that Nordic countries make the list of happiest countries year after year because they are unified utopias where...
The German government is considering legal changes that would oblige operators of car and house alarm systems to help police and security services in their efforts to spy on potential terrorists or criminals, a spokesman for the interior ministry said. Interior Minister Thomas...