The summer music series at Hotel Royal Oak kicks off on Saturday.
The summer music series at Hotel Royal Oak kicks off on Saturday.
The leader of Reform UK has insisted Nigel Farage will not join the Tories while Rishi Sunak is in charge.
Investors are hoping November's winning ways return to the markets today. After several strong weeks, the Dow (^DJI) and S&P 500 (^GSPC) have hit the brakes the the last few trading days. In Washigton, top banking CEOs are set to testify before the Senate Banking Committee today. Expected to testify are the CEOs of Bank of America (BAC), JPMorgan (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), BNY Mellon (BK), and State Street (STT). Yahoo Finance trending tickers include Bitcoin (BTC-USD), Apple (AAPL), Mastercard (MA), and Tesla (TSLA).Key guests include:9:30 a.m. ET - Ben Laidler, eToro Global Markets Strategist9:40 a.m. ET - Rishi Jaluria, RBC Capital Markets Software Equity Analyst10:15 a.m. ET - Jessica Sibley, TIME CEO11 a.m. ET - Thomas Simons, Jefferies Senior U.S. Economist
The Bank of England, which oversees financial stability in the U.K., said Wednesday that it will make an assessment next year about the risks posed by artificial intelligence and machine learning. In its half-yearly Financial Stability Review, the bank said it was getting advice about the potential implications stemming from the adoption of AI and machine learning in the financial services sector, which accounts for around 8% of the British economy and has deep-rooted global connections. The bank's Financial Policy Committee, which identifies and monitors risks, said it and other authorities would seek to ensure that the U.K. financial system is resilient to risks that may arise from widespread use of AI and machine learning.
'Fantasy Football League' is to return for a second series on Sky Max, with Matt Lucas and Elis James at the helm again.
'First Dates' star Fred Sirieix has told how his mum gave him a telling off for his "unacceptable" behaviour on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!', when he criticised Josie Gibson's cooking.
Bill Self said Kevin McCullar is “not far off” from All-America status with how he’s started the year.
Ex 'Grantchester' star Charlie Suff will become the third actor to take on the role of 'EastEnders' character Johnny Carter, the son of Mick and Linda Carter.
Long-term investors can earn impressive returns with these two no-brainer artificial intelligence stocks.
The whale was spotted by friends Will Brewster and Jason Prince between Sennen Cove and Porth Nanven.
Machinery is being moved on to the beach so work to remove the wooden bungalows can begin.
Passenger said they ‘genuinely felt that it was the end’ during mid-air panic
Ahead of the Golden Globe nominations, here are the ways you can watch the contending films.
Anne Elliott's brother Basil died in a nursing home and she says families 'won't get over this'.
PM says sorry for delays – but insists law enforcing legal duty of candour not necessary
The facility in Lincoln has seen more than 10,000 people in 2023 - up more than 80% on 2021.
Ontario's police watchdog is investigating a hit and run collision between two vehicles in North York late Tuesday that also sent two pedestrians to hospital. The exact circumstances of what transpired were still murky early Tuesday, but the initial information from Toronto police and paramedics is that a crash occurred in the area of Keele Street and Highway 401 shortly before 11 p.m.According to a Toronto police post on X, formerly called Twitter, one of the vehicles left the scene of the cras
Paul McKenna enters stage left to rapturous applause. Outside in east London it’s a quiet, sunny winter morning, but here in the ExCel Centre the mood is jubilant. Within minutes, however, the room falls silent.
Swedish unions have taken industrial action against Tesla since October in a bid to force the car manufacturer to sign collective bargaining agreements with mechanics. "We consider blocking transportation of Tesla cars through Norway to Sweden unless Tesla reaches an agreement with Sweden's IF Metall union," a spokesperson for the Norwegian union told Reuters.
STORY: “I come from a family of drug traffickers….”This is Margarito Flores.He used to work with one of the world's most notorious drug kingpins: Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.Reuters has agreed not to show Flores' face out of a concern for his safety.“By the time I was 17…" //"...I had a degree in drug trafficking.”Flores went from counting packages of drugs as a child... to running a multi-billion dollar network in the Chicago area in the early 2000s... to eventual informant who turned on El Chapo.Now, he’s pulling back the curtain on his former trade secrets - for law enforcement.“We're going to be going around the country and hopefully around the world and being able to share some of these these tactics…”Flores works with an Illinois-based firm called Dynamic Police Training.At this session near Chicago, over a hundred law enforcement personnel are learning about the flow of bulk U.S. currency that finances trafficking.“I'm talking about bulk U.S. currency that needs to be moved in semi-trucks…” //“That is what fuels drug cartels."Between 2005 and 2008, the Flores brothers’ distribution cell earned nearly $2 billion, receiving more than 3,300 pounds of cocaine a month from the Beltran-Leyva and El Chapo's Sinaloa cartels.That’s according to federal court documents and the U.S. Department of Justice.Arrested in 2008, the brothers were sentenced to 14 years in prison.For their cooperation, they served five.Prosecutors credit them with providing “unparalleled assistance” for the government’s case against El Chapo.As informants, the Flores brothers pressed record on an audiotape device ... and called him to discuss a heroin shipment."The phone call we knew that it was going to, you know, change our lives because the government had let us know that there has never been a legally-recorded or intercepted call with Chapo Guzman talking about a drug transaction in the United States.” The brothers were released in 2020. Flores’ law enforcement trainees told Reuters his insight helps them figure out the best ways to dismantle narcotics networks."I don't know if there's anyone out there that could sit here today and understand the American drug trade, the Mexican drug trade, as I have. I lived both sides of it from every aspect."
Prince William was pictured inside his bedroom at Eton College, revealing practical white interiors with 90s features – unlike Prince Harry's colourful college bedroom.