Art Collector Buys Hitler 'Banksy' for £400,000
Red faced art collector pays schoolgirl £400,000 for Hitler artworks he believed inspired Banksy.
The View Up North: Radcaster
We sent Eddie MacGuire to speak to voters in Radcaster, a northern English marginal constituency, about what they want to see in the next leader of the SNP
Taxpayer campaigners 'disgust' at 'ludicrous' £8 million cost of Liz Truss prime ministerial portrait
The portrait of the short-term premier, details of which have been leaked, eschews the more traditional sober aesthetic for 'something akin to a fantasy role-playing game rulebook'
Animal welfare campaigners condemn aquarium for euthanising healthy octopus after World Cup predictions failure
Gatwick Aquarium's owner has defended his decision to destroy the mollusc soothsayer after failing to predict the result of a single World Cup group stage match correctly.
Charles III Ill
Palace insiders have become concerned over rapid deterioration of King Charles III's health
FC Barcelona set to sell hooligan firm naming rights to private equity firm
Club President Joan Laporta set to pull the latest 'economic lever' as the troubled Catalan team struggle to comply with La Liga spending rules.
BAZAKE VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Man forced depressed parrot to dance to Joy Division everyday for six months
The anonymous man created popular social media content by forcing his pet bird to perform to Decades, the closing track to the Manchester band's legendarily miserable second album.
#BazakeFactCheck: Did Shinzo Abe survive the assassination attempt and leave hospital fit and well?
It has been claimed in a syndicated news report by SyndiNews that the former Japanese prime minister left hospital fit and well on Monday 11th July.
BREAKING: Shinzo Abe set to leave hospital
Former Japanese Prime Minister ready to leave hospital after horror attack last Wednesday
#BazakeFactCheck: Did Boris Johnson's mother-in-law appear in the audience of Question Time?
It has been claimed by posts on social media that Josephine McAfee was used as an audience plant on the BBC's flagship political debate show
14 year old boy told he 'would never walk again' signs for Arsenal's academy
Joe Trent's story is a heartwarming tale of overcoming adversity that will delight all football supporters
We Meet The People Affected By The Rail Strike
Up and down the country people's daily lives have been turned upside down by the RMT's strike.
What would Princess Di look like if she was still alive?
Top university boffins have accurately predicted what Diana, Princess of Wales would look like today, and the internet was SHOOK
Meet Captain Tom The Cluster Bomb
British arms manufacturer names new weapons system in honour of the late Captain Sir Tom Moore
London improv comedy night raided by armed police for using ‘scripted material’
The event held in Streatham had reportedly repeated the same scene featuring an unflattering parody of the prime minister working in a failing sandwich shop for three months.
April Fool's hoax opinion poll reportedly sparked wild celebrations at Labour HQ
Eyewitness accounts claim the Twitter prank led to drunken dancing, nudity, sex acts and abusive phone calls to staffers' own elderly relatives.
Man who tried to prove poor people can eat for £5 per week told he has done “irreparable damage to his colon”
Tory activist given grim prognosis after year long diet challenge intended to silence "poverty whingers"
London football club manager set to sue Exeter City over motivational hashtag copyright infringement
Taff Goose of non-league side Streatham Rovers is furious about the use of #NeverStopNotGivingUp in a poem printed in another football club’s match programme.
Stonehenge was built in bid to host ancient Olympics say top archaeologists.
The ancient sight was built as a "giant sundial stopwatch" but ultimately failed in its objective to host ancient games.
Mortuary worker sacked for using corpses in comedy TikTok videos
TikTok star defended by free speech campaigners after viral success of his corpse-based comedy sketches.
Research reveals that Londoners would only wait 12 hours after a nuclear attack before eating cats and dogs
The average Briton will last almost nine days before desperation leads to them harvesting family pets for meat but, as ever, Londoners are little bit different.
London street artist VULVA sparks outrage by using pigment from endangered monkey’s scrotum for estate agent mural
The anonymous artist known as VULVA, described as “the new Banksy”, claimed in a now deleted Instagram post that it was the only way to get the perfect blue to realise their vision.
Beloved family pet put down because it "looks like Putin"
Peter and Alice Alnwick talk of their "heartache" at having their pet dog, Milo, put down.
Putin may be terminally ill and only have months left to live, ex-MI6 man says
Former Russia expert at intelligence agency likens Putin's behaviour to estranged wife who experimented with group sex following cancer diagnosis.
"New Captain Tom" to feature at Six Nations
Major Colin Rumbelow to be honoured at Twickenham as he rides to Ukraine warzone on his mobility scooter.
Stuffed Eagle Desecrated In Lancashire Museum
Man arrested having broken into a museum in an unusal attempt to resist Russian oppression in Ukraine
Could this man be the new Captain Tom?
Colin Rumbelow, a retired army Major, sets off for the Ukraine on his mobility scooter.
Man who blamed Giles Paley-Phillips tweet for "trail of destruction" found guilty of arson and assault
Judge sentences Parker Moules to eight years following “eccentric” self-defence which claimed a kind-hearted tweet inspired the carnage.