How newspapers reacted to England’s final defeat to Italy as ‘penalty curse’ strikes again

The British Press joined England fans across the country in expressing pride in the Three Lions as the football team suffered a devastating loss in the finals of the Euros last night. Italy lifted the trophy after a nerve-shredding 120 minutes of play followed by an excruciating penalty shoot out which saw England miss three … Read more

‘No it wasn’t a dream’: How newspapers reacted to England’s historic victory over Germany

The British Press roared along with Three Lions’ fans as England’s football team trumped Germany to bag a place in the quarter final of the Euros. Front and back page headlines basked in the glory with pictures of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and Gareth Southgate after the 2-0 victory. Some focused on the moving scenes across … Read more

XR protestors found guilty over press blockade that stopped newspapers from being delivered 

Six more XR protestors are found guilty over printing press blockade that stopped millions of national newspapers from being delivered About 50 members of Extinction Rebellion joined the protest last September Their actions prevented the delivery of millions of newspapers across the UK Six members were today found guilty of blocking the highway and fined … Read more

Associated Newspapers complains to CBS over ‘seriously inaccurate and misleading’ montage

The owner of MailOnline and the Daily Mail has complained to CBS for doctoring  headlines and taking them out of context during the Oprah interview. Associated Newspapers said a section of the programme designed to illustrate racist coverage of Meghan by the British press was ‘seriously inaccurate and misleading’. CBS invited viewers to believe that … Read more

Roy Greenslade lectures newspapers on ethics yet his own duplicity beggars belief, writes GUY ADAMS

When Boris Johnson was in charge of The Spectator, he ran an article accusing Roy Greenslade of being part of a secret ‘Republican cell at the heart of The Guardian’, whose members were conspiring to make it publish ‘editorials that lean alarmingly towards the IRA’. There followed an almighty stink. First, Mr Greenslade’s editor Alan … Read more

‘He was a beacon of hope’: Newspapers from around the globe pay tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore

Newspapers from around the world have paid tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore tonight after the British hero’s death from coronavirus.  The war hero, who raised £33 million for the NHS by walking laps of his garden during the first national lockdown, passed away peacefully in Bedford Hospital on Tuesday afternoon. The Queen led tributes in … Read more

Cynthia Nixon stands out from the crowd as she shops in purple quilted jacket in NYC

Nixon, 54, wrapped a long black scarf several times around her neck to keep warm as she shopped in Lower Manhattan.

Christina Aguilera dons plaid pantsuit to perform on Late Night… 4 days before her 40th birthday

The five-time Grammy winner performed The Christmas Song, which was featured on her 2000 holiday album My Kind of Christmas

Officials are ’90 per cent sure’ one of Michael Gove’s team tipped off newspapers on new lockdown

Is the net closing in on the ‘Chatty Rat’ behind the Covid-19 leak? Officials are ’90 per cent sure’ one of Michael Gove’s team tipped off newspapers that Boris Johnson was going to order a new lockdown, claims senior source Government source said inquiry officials 90% sure leak was from Gove’s team  Comes after Gove … Read more

Newspapers around the world welcome Trump defeat and warn of foreign policy challenges with Biden

After four days of anxious anticipation, the results of the US presidential election finally hit newstands around the world on Sunday morning as media outlets praised Donald Trump’s defeat while warning of foreign policy changes to come under Joe Biden.   Sunday’s newspaper headlines from the UK to Kenya to Australia were chock full of congratulations for … Read more