Britain’s first gay dads split after 32 years – and one is now dating daughter’s ex

Britain’s first gay dads have split after 32 years together – with one now dating their daughter’s ex boyfriend. Tony and Barrie Drewitt-Barlow made history in the late 90s when they became the first gay men in the UK to father children through surrogacy. But the pair, from Essex, have now called it quits and

Smart Republicans are changing their minds about Donald Trump’s impeachment — and they’re saying it in public

For weeks, Washington Republicans have decried Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff’s closed-door depositions as a “secret impeachment.” But Wednesday’s blockbuster public testimony by Ambassador William Taylor and Deputy Secretary of State George Kent likely has those same Republicans wishing Schiff’s hearings had remained a classified affair. Over the course of five hours, Taylor and Kent

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History  Police officers in Philadelphia were actually the first to coin the term ‘Black Friday’ in the 1950s. Large crowds of tourists and shoppers came to the city on the day after Thanksgiving, causing chaos and traffic jams, so police officers had to work long shifts to control the carnage. As such, they labelled the

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry join Prince William and Kate Middleton for Festival of Remembrance

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have joined Kate Middleton, Prince William and the Queen at the Royal Albert Hall for the annual Festival of Remembrance. It is the first time the Sussexes and Cambridges have been seen together since Harry and Meghan opened up about their struggles in an emotional television documentary last month. All

Aston Martin blames tough European market for £13.5m loss | Business

The luxury carmaker Aston Martin Lagonda has slumped to a third-quarter loss, blaming tough trading conditions in the UK and Europe and weak sales of its Vantage two-seater sports car. The 106-year-old British marque has had a torrid year since floating on the stock market last October at £19, which valued the company at £4.3bn.

Sir Lindsay Hoyle elected Speaker of House of Commons

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSir Lindsay Hoyle was dragged to the chair after his election after four rounds of voting. Labour MP and deputy Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has been elected by MPs as the new Commons Speaker, after John Bercow stepped down. After winning the final round of voting against

Rugby World Cup final: England prop Kyle Sinckler taken off with concussion

Sinckler has made 25 senior appearances for England since his debut in 2016 England prop Kyle Sinckler was taken off with concussion in the third minute of the Rugby World Cup final against South Africa. The 26-year-old collided with team-mate Maro Itoje, trying to tackle Makazole Mapimpi, and immediately hit the floor. There was a

General Election: Boris Johnson team will do ‘everything’ to stop Farage TV debates | UK | News

Senior Political Correspondent for the Daily Express, Martyn Brown, joined Brexit the Final Countdown host Rebecca Hutson to discuss the upcoming general election. MPs approved Boris Johnson’s plans for a pre-Christmas election on December 12. With the ballot in little more than six weeks, discussion now turns to campaigning and television debates. Mr Brown revealed

Roy Keane brands Spurs full-backs Rose and Aurier ‘Dumb and Dumber’ for ‘dreadful’ display vs Liverpool – The Sun

ROY KEANE has issued a withering assessment of Serge Aurier and Danny Rose – naming the duo Dumb and Dumber after their performances against Liverpool. Tottenham took an early lead through Harry Kane but the Premier League leaders took the points thanks to strikes from Jordan Henderson and Mo Salah. 1 Serge Aurier, left, and

Sean Dyche: If enough British managers do well, club owners will have to start rethinking

Sean Dyche has only had one job interview in his life – and he landed the golden ticket. Seven years later, the king of Burnley has won promotion to the Premier League twice, taken the Clarets into Europe, and had a pub in the town named after him. So far, football’s most under-rated English manager