Meghan Markle has said it is liberating to talk for herself as she reveals why she is choosing to do an interview now, a year after stepping back from royal duties.In the latest clip ahead of the interview on Sunday, Winfrey revealed she called Meghan in early 2018 asking for an interview - but Meghan said it was not the right time.
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Police captured a fugitive after he came out of hiding to buy the Call of Duty video game in Birmingham, England, on January 13, the West Midlands Police said.In bodycam video, the man is asked by officers where he’s traveled from. After a brief exchange, the man kicks one of the officers before being quickly restrained by officers and arrested.
On the face of it, Scotland’s Orkney Islands have been a safe haven from the horrors of the coronavirus pandemic.In the 13 months since the UK’s first two COVID-19 infections were identified, Orkney has had just 70 cases. Its infection rate – 314.3 per 100,000 people – is by far the lowest in the UK.For a place where so few have caught the virus and people still have a degree of freedom, however, islanders say life has been much less “normal” than you would perhaps expect.
Cameras have captured the moment a car crashed through a supermarket window and knocked over shoppers.It happened at an Aldi store in Chelmsford, Essex, just before 12:00 GMT on Wednesday.
Dramatic dashcam footage shows moment police Taser driver of a stolen Porsche after a high-speed chase through Birmingham
Dramatic dashcam footage shows the moment police tasered a crook after he crashed a stolen Porsche following a high-speed chase on icy roads.Lee Smythe, 34, was spotted behind the wheel of the racing-prepared Porsche 911 GTS two hours after he stole it following a car key burglary.Road cameras picked up the £60,000 supercar as it headed south from Staffordshire to Birmingham after he stole it at 4.15pm on January 25.Footage shows a patrol car follow the Porsche – which has a dizzying top speed of 194mph – racing past Moor Street station and Selfridges in the city centre.
Space-X successfully launched and landed one of it’s starship rockets in a test flight conducted in Texas. However, minutes after touchdown, SN10 blew apart on the landing pad
Passengers will still have to wear masks on planes even if they’ve been vaccinated, Ryanair boss says
assengers will still be required to wears maks on a plane even if they have received a vaccine, the Ryanair boss has said.Giving evidence to the Transport Select Committee on Wednesday, Michael O'Leary said face coverings would still be needed for airline travel.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak begins his Budget statement in the House of Commons and says that the coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the UK's way of life.
Dolly Parton got a dose of her own medicine, literally, in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 2 when she received a dose of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine, the development of which she helped fund.
91-year-old Roy is on a mission to walk 100 miles in Belford, England to help Britain’s pubs.He’s supporting Campaign for Pubs - a group that says it is‘fighting to support, promote and protect our pubs in all communities’
A toddler in Vietnam has survived falling from the 12th floor of an apartment building in Vietnam's capital.Video captured by a resident of a nearby building shows the infant, said to be a three-year-old girl, clinging onto the balcony of the condo on Sunday.It was unclear how the child got herself into this dangerous predicament.The video shows the toddler struggling to hold on, and then falling to the ground below.
Police in South Yorkshire caught a lorry driver with a mobile phone in each hand as he drove along. The driver was also not wearing a seatbelt.
Shamima Begum should be allowed to challenge the removal of her British citizenship, a human rights lawyer has said.On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that the 21-year-old cannot return to the UK to pursue an appeal.Ms Begum was 15 when she and two other east London schoolgirls travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group (IS) in February 2015.Her British citizenship was revoked on national security grounds by then home secretary Sajid Javid shortly after she was found in a Syrian refugee camp in February 2019.Credit: Good Morning Britain via Twitter / ITV
This is the moment an unexploded World War Two bomb was safely disposed of during a controlled detonation in Exeter.More than 2,500 properties had to be evacuated before the detonation.Officials say the crater left behind is about the size of a double-decker bus.
A single dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine reduces the risk of asymptomatic infections, helping to stem transmission, research suggests.The UK has approved three coronavirus jabs – Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca-University of Oxford and Moderna – after studies demonstrated they significantly ward off severe disease.With not everyone able to be immunised, or producing a strong immune response as a result of their vaccination, questions lingered as to whether the jabs prevented the infection itself.Asymptomatic infections are particularly important amid the pandemic, given these individuals do not know to isolate and may unwittingly transmit the coronavirus even when they speak.To learn more, medics from the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) swabbed the site's vaccinated and unvaccinated healthcare workers over two weeks.Results suggest the risk of an asymptomatic infection decreases by four times more than 12 days after a worker received the Pfizer-BioNTech jab.
In the segment for The Late Late Show with James Corden, filmed on a double-decker bus tour of Los Angeles, Harry lifted the lid on his family life with wife Meghan Markle and son Archie.
The Duke of Sussex has opened up about his decision to step back from royal life, insisting he will “never walk away”, in an extraordinary new interview with James Corden.Prince Harry said his life would “always be about public service” and that he had “stepped back not stepped away” when he and wife Meghan decided to move away from the Royal Family.The tell-all chat was filmed before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed they would not be returning as working members of the royal family.
Prince Harry rapped the theme song from The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air with James Corden.They spit bars, from the song originally performed by Will Smith, when they stopped off at the house where the 1990s sitcom was filmed during the hilarious clip.
In a segment for The Late Late Show, filmed before he and the Duchess of Sussex confirmed they will not be returning as working members of the royal family, Prince Harry joined TV host James Corden for a double-decker bus tour of Los Angeles. During the tour he discussed Archie's first word, what the Queen got her great-grandson for Christmas, and life for the family in LA.
The first museum in England dedicated to women will finally open later this year - six years after a previous plan saw it turned into a venue dedicated to Jack the Ripper.The site, which will be located in Barking in east London, will feature exhibitions of women with historical ties to the East End, including the legendary Suffragettes.To get a sense of what visitors can expect, Yahoo News UK took a quick tour of the accompanying heritage trail.Watch the video above.
Tory councillors say council tax rises are acceptable as they ‘cost less than cigarettes and McDonald’s’
Tory council members have been criticised after suggesting council tax rises are acceptable as they ‘cost less than cigarettes and McDonald’s’.
’Oh my god!’: MP’s reaction as government admits extent of COVID outbreak in asylum seeker accommodation
’Oh my god!’: MP’s reaction as government admits extent of COVID outbreak in asylum seeker accommodation.
A trainee pilot has returned to flight school after raising more than £70,000 to continue chasing a dream the pandemic had threatened to shatter.In 2019, Rasheed Graham became the first Black student to join the Aer Lingus Future Pilot Programme, but was forced to launch a crowdfunding appeal when the airline cut his funding after the industry was decimated by the spread of coronavirus.Yahoo News UK catches up with Rasheed to see how he's getting on.
A single mother who escaped homelessness and domestic violence to find a new home in east London has been hailed for the remarkable contribution she has made to her local community.Saima Ashraf, 43, came to the UK from France 16 years ago and is now a councillor in Barking & Dagenham. Yahoo News UK spoke to her about her plans to regenerate one of the poorest parts of the country.
After weeks of speculation, Boris Johnson shared his road map out of England’s lockdown.Described as a “one-way road to freedom”, the lockdown will be eased in four stages, five weeks apart.If everything goes to plan, it means we can look forward to normality by the summer.Here are the key points of the four stages of leaving lockdown.
A 139-year-old Victorian house got a brand-new address thanks to a team of engineers and construction workers in San Francisco, California.Residents lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the home being moved six blocks away. The cost of moving the six-bedroom house is roughly around £283,000 according to local media reports.
The current national coronavirus lockdown should be England’s last, a government minister has said.Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said there shouldn’t be a need for another nationwide lockdown if this one is eased cautiously.His comments came as prime minister Boris Johnson prepares to unveil his plan later on Monday for exiting the lockdown.Credit: Sky News via Twitter
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have confirmed they will not be returning as working members of the royal family, Buckingham Palace has announced. Harry and Meghan quit as senior working royals in March 2020 to earn their own money in the US, where they have signed deals with Spotify and Netflix estimated to be worth more than £100 million. Stepping down as working royals also means the couple will not be able to hold on to their military, Commonwealth and some other patronages.
Thousands of cold-stunned turtles have been rescued by residents in a Texas resort town and taken to a nearby convention centre amid a bone-chilling winter storm.The South Padre Island Convention and Visitors Bureau started receiving the turtles after its next door neighbour, Sea Turtle Inc, became overwhelmed with the numbers being brought in.The animal protection organisation had already taken in 4,500 sea turtles since Sunday, according to its Executive Director, Wendy Knight, and needed a helping hand.
A British father-of-one is on hunger strike after attempting to break out of a quarantine hotel.Anthony Pium filmed himself trying to flee the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel by Heathrow Airport only to be led back in by staff.The 30-year-old, who has described the enforced stay as "the worst experience of my life", says he is being held "under duress".Under UK law people travelling from a list of countries, including Brazil where Sky Fly Travel agency worker Mr Pium flew from, must pay £1,750 to quarantine.In dramatic footage of his attempted escape bid, the Leyton, East London man points a camera in a hotel worker's face and says "if you touch me all of you will be sued."
Pet-breeder Tony Cronin discovered the stolen animals at the site in Carmarthenshire, West Wales, after receiving a tip-off while searching for his own missing spaniels.
Conservative MP Dehenna Davison relives the night her dad was killed with a single punch and explains why she has fought for harsher laws for those responsible
Wheelchair-bound Robert Morrison, 69, died from pneumonia six days after he was brutally attacked in his home by Ian Knowles and Ismaila Mohamed, both 20, who battered the five-stone pensioner and stole his bank cards. (SWNS/West Mids Police)
One of the world’s most active volcanos has just erupted.Mount Etna, on the Italian island of Sicily...…is spewing plumes of ash and lava rising more than 3,000ft
Colin Bagshaw was separated from wife Jane for two months after suffering a stroke. After Colin recovered, he decided to move into the same care home as his wife so they could be together.
An adventurous wallaby made a visit to a hospital in Hamilton, Victoria, on Australia Day, footage taken on January 26 shows.Video released by the Western District Health Service (WDHS) shows the marsupial hopping throughout the hospital’s emergency department lobby.“It is the second time that a furry native has presented to the WDHS Emergency Department, with ‘Blinky Bill’ the koala becoming a global sensation after it visited several years ago,” the hospital wrote in a Facebook caption.
A cathedral cat with a taste for fame has made a nuisance of himself once again – this time by tucking into a plate of pancakes during morning prayer.
IFBB pro bodybuilder Nathan Deasha, 34, defied restrictions to offer people a 'safe place' to train in a bid to combat the adverse effect on physical and mental health.But footage has emerged showing gym owner Nathan, who is handcuffed, being kicked before being tackled to the ground and pepper-sprayed.
Seven men have been fined £200 each after they were caught drinking in a pop-up pub - complete with a pool table, beer taps and football on the TV.Police body-cam footage shows the moment officers busted the makeshift boozer in Leicester as the lads gathered to watch The Foxes play Brighton in the FA Cup.Police carried out enforcement at the premises on Morris Road just as the football match kicked off at 7.30pm on Wednesday evening