Princess Kate issues new statement hailing the 'power of nature'

The Princess of Wales has issued a new statement hailing the 'power of nature' in supporting 'wellbeing' as she continues her cancer treatment.

Labour to fast-track plans to grant 90,000 Rwandan assigned migrants asylum on day a small boat overturned in the channel killing one person

Home Secretary Yvette Cooper is expected to unveil new legislation later as early as next week that will kickstart the asylum claims process for thousands of people.

Red Bull are 'SCARED' of Max Verstappen, claims McLaren boss - as he slams Christian Horner with rivalry continuing to boil after the world champion's crash with Lando Norris

Verstappen (left) has dominated Formula One for a number of years, winning the last three world championships and currently 84 points clear at the top of the 2024 standings.

German tourists have a cunning NEW trick to secure the best holiday spots ahead of British holidaymakers

German holidaymakers are beating their British counterparts to the punch by reserving parasols on the beaches of Mallorca, sidestepping deckchair bans.

Anthony Albanese's brutal one-word response to John Setka's resignation after union boss stepped down following allegations of misconduct

Anthony Albanese has responded to the resignation of controversial union boss John Setka with a blunt and curt assessment of the news: 'Good'.

Premier League ref Anthony Taylor 'set to be SNUBBED for the final of Euro 2024' and sent home after thousands of furious fans sign a petition demanding UEFA to order a REPLAY between Germany and Spain

The Premier League referee drew the ire of Germany fans after he turned down calls for handball against Chelsea 's Marc Cucurella in their quarter-final defeat.

UFC star Nate Diaz claims first win in the ring over Jorge Masdival by majority decision in 1,400 punch fight in his home state of California then calls out Jake Paul

The 10-round light heavyweight fight was scored 95-95, 97-93, 98-92 by the judges in somewhat controversial fashion as it seemed the call really could have gone either way.

Russian missiles kill seven including children and wound 36 as they slam into southern Ukraine town

Tyrant Putin's forces fired missiles at Vilniansk, outside the southeastern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia, on Saturday with officials releasing photos of bodies stretched out under blankets.

Heatwave set to arrive next week

Met Office predicts hotter and more humid conditions from Monday, with temperatures as high as 28C expected

Watch: Pro-Palestine activists ransack Kent military technology factory

Group targets two sites over alleged links to Israel as police arrest several suspects in London and Kent

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