Chelsea forward Timo Werner insists the “two best teams in England” fought out Saturday’s FA Cup final in a sly dig at Manchester United. Chelsea beat Manchester City 1-0 at Wembley to reach their fourth final in five seasons. Hakim Ziyech’s second-half
The former BBC presenter, widely regarded as Britain’s toughest interviewer, took to Twitter after Scottish Greens co-leader Lorna Slater insisted Scotland needed a government that was not “waving Brexit nationalist flags” and “cutting us off from our nearest neighbours”. Speaking to BBC
Sunrise host Edwina Bartholomew took aim at Meghan Markle’s attention claim live on air after it was reported she would not attend Prince Philip’s funeral. Ms Bartholomew pleaded to the Duchess of Sussex to simply follow the “palace line” and explain she was
Former Conservative leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith questioned what the Duke of Edinburgh would have made of social media where “everybody complains”. He told MPs: “He was straight and very funny and that’s a key element to this. In this generation I
DAN WALKER, BBC Breakfast host alongside Louise Minchin, reacted to a fan who insulted him about his role on BBC Breakfast, claiming he “knows nothing” about the questions he asks.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho thinks Sir Alex Ferguson would disagree with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘trophies are for egos’ comments. Both teams face off on Sunday. And it promises to be a blockbuster Premier League showdown. Speaking recently, Solskjaer raised eyebrows by insisting
Jose Mourinho dug out his Tottenham players after being denied victory late on by Newcastle at St James’ Park on Sunday, in a result which could have huge implications for Spurs’ hopes of playing Champions League football next term. Harry Kane’s brace
During Saturday’s episode of BBC Breakfast, Naga Munchetty made a joke about her co-star Charlie Stayt after he admitted he had no idea about how long it takes to run 5km. As the duo were speaking to presenter Ben Boulos via video
Diana took Harry and William for their first ski trip in 1991, jetting out to Austria. According to Insider, Diana pleaded with paparazzi to leave the family alone while they were enjoying their quiet family vacation. Journalist Katrine Ames, writing for Newsweek
But the Frenchman, who stepped down officially from his role yesterday, claimed the fight against coronavirus would take more than a speedy vaccination scheme. He said world leaders would have to learn lessons if they are to successfully take on future pandemics.