There haven’t been many good films about the evacuation of troops from the beaches of Dunkirk in the early summer of 1940, because there haven’t been many films featuring Dunkirk, period.
When it comes to wielding soft power, tender is the might.
New figures showed there were 123,142 officers across all ranks in England and Wales at the end of March. This was a fall of 924 – or 0.7 per cent - on the previous year.
New government statistics reveal an increase in the number of permanent exclusions – and in some cases the child involved was only four years old.
Eight members of the Shadow Cabinet received donations of thousands of pounds from the RMT rail union around the time of the general election.
Andrzej Duda's government has repeatedly angered officials in Brussels by passing laws that effectively bring its Supreme Court under the control of his party.
The statistics the government uses to calculate net migration are unreliable, a report says.
Usain Bolt's management has rejected suggestions that the Jamaican had Canada's Andre de Grasse "booted out" of this weekend's Monaco Diamond League 100 metres race after reports the eight-time Olympic champion was running scared of his younger rival.
Warning: Graphic descriptions. An Australian mother-of-two has penned a very honest account of the reality of childbirth, warning 'these points might just want to make you tie your tubes'.
Health experts say that as many as 20,000 premature deaths annually in the UK could be avoided if we all ate more veg.
The corporation said 106 managers and a dozen contractors were each paid more than £150,000 last year, led by Director General Tony Hall who earns £450,000.
Women's Hour host Jane Garvey is believed to be leading a group of at least ten female stars in plotting legal action against the BBC in an attempt to narrow the gender pay gap.
A patch placed on the wrist could replace the annual flu jab, and patches could be sent out in the post, enabling people to vaccinate themselves against the flu virus, experts said.
The challenge pits the most successful Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, against the world’s most feared and efficient killing machine, a great white shark.
Doorstep luggage collection services and town centre check-in desks are being considered under plans to make it easier for passengers flying from British airports.
Church of England’s insurers deny advising it to cut contact and withdraw emotional support from victims.
The problems at British Gas provide further evidence that energy giants are failing to deliver the level of service customers would expect alongside high tariffs.
My favourite Denis Thatcherism, possibly apocryphal, a the great man’s alleged answer when he was asked during his wife’s time at No 10.
A woman, who was quizzed after reading a Syrian art book on a plane, claims she suffered discrimination.
Writer & model Lily Bailey has suffered with obsessive compulsive disorder all her life. Initially secretive about her condition, she grew tired of misconceptions around OCD & chose to speak frankly about her struggles.