Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron have joined D-Day veterans in northern France to mark the 75th anniversary of the Normandy invasion.
Mrs May and the French president attended an inauguration ceremony for a memorial to honour the British troops who died in the Battle of Normandy. US President Donald Trump is also joining Mr Macron at the US war cemetery at Omaha Beach.
Image copyright Press Association Image caption The victims of the attack, clockwise from top left – Chrissy Archibald, James McMullan, Alexandre Pigeard, Sebastien Belanger, Ignacio Echeverria, Xavier Thomas, Sara Zelenak, Kirsty Boden There were “opportunities galore” to identify that the London Bridge extremists were plotting an attack, an inquest has heard. Gareth Patterson, the lawyer […]
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The WHO warns the virus holds the potential for a much larger outbreak The death toll of the coronavirus has risen to 170 and with a confirmed case in Tibet, the virus has now spread to every region in mainland China. Chinese health authorities have said there were 7,711 […]
Image copyright Reuters There was a Blank Space on this year’s Glastonbury’s line-up… and that’s where Taylor Swift has written her name. She will make her Glastonbury debut in June – the festival’s 50th anniversary – headlining the Pyramid Stage. x Swift announced on Twitter that she was “ecstatic”, while holding up a photo of […]