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Khalid Masood: Police unlock Westminster attacker's final text

Scotland Yard has retrieved the final WhatsApp message sent by Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood minutes before he began his deadly attack in which five people, including a police officer, were killed. An exclusive by The Independent reveals detectives

today, 00:52 in Showbiz
Westworld season two will see a very different Dolores

Westworld season two will see a very different Dolores

Evan Rachel Wood has told fans of HBO's sci-fi thriller Westworld to expect a "completely different" Dolores in season two. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Wood said she was "really curious" to see an...

today, 00:27 in Auto

The Week Unwrapped podcast 16: Speeding, ads and Mr Nasty

Olly Mann joins The Week's Anna Dubuis, Cameron Tait and Jonathan Harwood to delve behind the headlines and debate what matters from the past seven days.  You can subscribe to The Week Unwrapped on iTunes, SoundCloud or wherever you get your podcasts. It

Friday, 22:39 in Sport

Mercedes-AMG GT R: Critics hail 'astonishingly quick' coupe

First reviews are out on Mercedes's Porsche 911 GT3 RS-rivalling AMG GT R earlier this year and the critics seem impressed.  Mercedes has designed the AMG GT R to perform at Germany's famous racing circuit - the Nurburgring. Setting a lap time of seven m

Friday, 17:25 in Auto

Sunfall festival returns to London this August

This summer, South London's Sunfall festival will be back for the second time, bringing its celebration of the underground to Brockwell Park. The festival, which launched last year to much acclaim, has been certified "the muso's choice" by...

Friday, 16:37 in Auto

General election 2017: Who is Tory candidate Zac Goldsmith?

The news that Zac Goldsmith has been selected as the Tory candidate for his former constituency of Richmond Park has prompted outrage from his political opponents. So who is he and why is his nomination controversial? Early life and family Born Frank Zac

Friday, 16:35 in Politics

What's the pensions triple lock and why is it such a political hot potato?

The last few days have been filled with speculation over whether the Prime Minister will renew the "triple lock" pledge on pensions in order to appeal to pensioners. There has been talk of a backlash among Tories if she fails to do so....

Friday, 16:31 in Business

General election 2017: Can Labour's Jeremy Corbyn win?

Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election on 8 June is generally seen as a move by the Prime Minister to increase her slim Tory majority – possibly significantly. But the polls show support for the party has dropped since campaigning began,

Friday, 15:55 in Politics

Election 2017: How many seats do Labour, the Tories and the Lib Dems have?

Theresa May has called a surprise election for 8 June and campaigning is already well underway. But how many seats does each party currently have – and what would it take for them to win a majority? How many seats does each party have now? Conservative 3

Friday, 14:15 in Politics
A weekend in May: The Brighton Artist Open House festival

A weekend in May: The Brighton Artist Open House festival

Events such as the large-scale Open House London, in which buildings not normally accessible to the public open their doors, have now become an important date in the cultural diary. However, it is Brighton that can lay claim to spearheading the 'open hou

Friday, 11:38 in Auto

The best long train journeys in the world

The Canadian: Toronto to Vancouver Covering almost 2,800 miles over three and a half days, this cross-country journey is epic in proportion. The Canadian glides through the countryside, taking in stops at Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and the Rocky Mount

Friday, 11:38 in Auto

Chelsea transfer news: Roma hatch £25m Pellegrini plot

There's plenty of a-wheeling and a-dealing going on in Italy, claims Talksport, with the broadcaster lifting the lid on the convoluted case of Sassuolo star Lorenzo Pellegrini, which could end up costing Chelsea millions. Roma sold the 20-year-old midfie

Friday, 10:11 in Sport
Apple iPhone 7 vs 6S: Should you wait for iPhone 8?

Apple iPhone 7 vs 6S: Should you wait for iPhone 8?

Apple's latest smartphone is the iPhone 7. Introduced last September, the iPhone 7 has the same 4.7ins and 5.5ins screen sizes as before, but with a number of key tweaks. For starters, it's the first iPhone to be offered without a headphone jack. This me

Friday, 08:03 in Showbiz

Could David Miliband return to UK politics in 2017?

Could 2017 see the return to UK politics of former Labour MP David Miliband? There are plenty of sympathisers in the centre-left who would like to see him return from New York. Who is David Miliband? The one-time South Shields MP held several ministerial

Friday, 00:37 in Auto

Beoplay P2: B&O's portable pebble speaker

There's an abundance of music players to choose from in the portable speaker market. Many of these offer Bluetooth connectivity to stream music and USB ports to charge your phone.  When you need music on the go, or with friends, portable speakers are a g

Thursday, 15:46 in Business

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