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Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery said the corps would 'keep the punch in the Army's fist'. Now the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers have surrendered to political correctness.
A recycling worker sacked for failing a drugs test has won an unfair dismissal case after a judge accepted he was taking cannabis for his bad back.
More than 5,000 staff have been furloughed while its 127 UK cinemas are shut. But next week the board will try to push through a pay policy and a long-term bonus scheme that could hand bosses up to £208m.
Israel is currently leading the global vaccination drive, with nearly 33 per cent of its citizens having had at least a single dose of a jab so far.
Boris Johnson and his science chiefs tonight made the shocking claim that the Kent strain - called B.1.1.7 - could be 30 per cent more deadly than older versions of the virus.
Harry was interviewed by Fast Company for an article published on Friday which is in a lengthy Q&A format.
About seven in 10 Brits are in favour of location-tracking technology during the coronavirus pandemic - regardless of if it's opt-in or compulsory, a study suggests.
Huge crowds of travellers were spotted at Heathrow Airport in London as the UK got set to introduce tougher travel restrictions. Hundreds of travellers including children and the elderly were forced to wait
On October 24, Donald Trump called Piers Morgan and told him that the previous day, a hoax caller impersonating him had been put through to Air Force One and the pair had a 'minutes long' chat'.
Scientist blasts BBC after presenter said physics teachers were 'grumpy, scary and smell of cabbage'
BBC Bitesize presenter Cel Spellman, a former Radio 1 host and TV actor, has been criticised by scientist Dr Adam Rutherford after the online study resource called physics teachers 'grumpy'.
Teacher absences due to a confirmed case of coronavirus were up to three times higher in secondary schools than those of pupils, according to research from the Education Policy Institute.
Jacob Anthony Chansley, 33, is being held without bail on federal charges, and on Thursday his St. Louis-based attorney spoke out to say that he blames Trump for 'duping' him.
Armie Hammer's ex-girlfriend Paige Lorenze, 22, has spoken to DailyMail.com about her two-month long relationship with the 34-year-old actor.
Sources say Allegra Stratton, who has been in the role as Downing Street spokesperson since November, is quarantining - just days after it emerged Matt Hancock is also isolating.
The US Embassy has responded to criticism over the removal of the Winston Churchill bust in the Oval office by posting a video defining the 'Special relationship' between Britain and America.
EU leaders are said to be drawing up a blue-print which could see travel banned from the UK to all of the union's member states. The Netherlands is set to tighten restrictions from tonight.
Dominic Woolard, 36, held a junior female colleague around the neck, pulled her onto his lap and slapped her backside, causing her physical pain in December 2018.
Christina Ricci's estranged husband James Heerdegen has filed a temporary retraining order against the actress claiming she is a drunk and addicted to popping pills.
Jamal Furani, 78, lost his sight 10 years ago, but following an artificial cornea transplant the Israeli man is able to see again. This is the world's first successful cornea transplant.
TikTok user @spicystoner101, who refers to herself as QueenD101, shared the shocking footage along with a series of follow-up videos.