US president reportedly recommended the blockbuster film to Theresa May when they spoke on the phone in December.
International development secretary Penny Mordaunt condemns 'despicable' abuse in aid sector as the Oxfam scandal widens to other organisations.
Reality TV star is campaigning to make internet trolling a specific criminal offence and is due to give evidence to a Commons committee this week.
An investigation by Germany's intelligence agency saw signs North Korea was trying to procure equipment and technology in 2016 and 2017.
Britain to be put on diet as public health officials consider 'calorie cap' on ready meals and fast food
Breakfasts would be limited to 400 calories and lunches and dinners to 600 calories under the proposed rules.
CEO of the French dairy firm Lactalis, Emmanuel Besnier, confirmed the contamination risk
Pegasus Airlines flight with 162 passengers on board overshot the runway in Trabzon, Turkey
A 15-year-old girl has been charged with intentionally starting a fire which led to the evacuation of dozens of residents on a street in Melbourne.
Disney is facing criticism for selling a girls' T-shirt with the slogan, "Shoes speak louder than words."
British stores including Tesco, Waitrose and B&Q have banned the sale of acids to customers under the age of 18 to crack down on crimes involving corrosive substances
Countries around the world are ringing in 2018 with spectacular firework displays
Aaran Cadman, 23, was charged with possession of a controlled drug, assaulting a police officer and being drunk and disorderly.
An 11-year-old boy and the pilot are believed to have been killed in the incident
A student house is on offer for the mere sum of £6,000 a month in historic Bath.
A quarter of a million pounds of the money raised by the tampon tax will be given to an anti-abortion charity, the government has confirmed.
A man accused of intentionally infecting dozens of women with HIV over a period of 10 years has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.
Residents of Seaford began to notice the noxious smell on Friday evening, with some complaining of stinging eyes and nausea.
Nine Royal Navy servicemen have tested positive for cocaine use while on duty on board the HMS Vigilant, a submarine armed with up to eight Trident nuclear missiles.
Female staff reportedly discussed alleged abuse by Labour and Conservative politicians in WhatsApp group.
"You hope to emerge with your dignity intact," joked the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
He was put on a strict diet for three months.
Samantha Heaton was refused service bonus at Buffalo Wild Wings over gay tattoo.
Studies have shown pink noise may also improve your memory.
Kenya became the first country to abolish it in 2004.
Emmy was saved after she was found hiding under a TV cabinet.
Cute, funny AND talented.
Juan Javier Cruz was killed outside a restaurant in Florida.
They were protesting for the release of Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov.
'Men know they can use make-up, and they know what it does when you use it'.
The money raised is going to women's services.