Where did it all go wrong for Imran Khan? – podcast

After more than three years in office but short of serving a full term, Imran Khan was ousted as Pakistan’s prime minister in a no-confidence vote in parliament in the early hours of last Sunday morning. Sarah Khan, a political scientist at Yale University, was in Islamabad as Khan’s downfall was confirmed. She tells Nosheen … Read more

Arsenal get long-awaited injury boost as Gunners legend makes top four claim

Arsenal hope to get a defender back against Southampton, club legend Nigel Winterburn says missing out on UEFA Champions League football would be disappointing Video Loading Video Unavailable The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Mikel Arteta reviews Brighton defeat Arsenal will be hoping to get players back for their Premier League fixture against Southampton, … Read more

Millions of journeys expected for busy Easter getaway on Friday

M illions of drivers are expected on the roads on Good Friday in what is predicted to be the busiest travel day of the Easter weekend. An estimated 4.62 million journeys are likely to be made across the UK, with a further 22.48 million across the bank holiday weekend in what could be the busiest … Read more

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s marriage counselor reveals the actress initiated fights

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard‘s marriage counselor said Thursday that the actress initiated physical fights more than once, but that the couple engaged in ‘mutual abuse.’ Dr. Laurel Anderson, a marriage counselor who worked with the former spouses for a total of 21 sessions beginning in October 2015, gave revealing video testimony during Depp’s $100million … Read more

Zelensky warns EU dependency on Russian oil being paid in ‘blood money’

The President reiterated claims that Ukrainian citizens were being kidnapped and taken across the border to Russia in his moving interview. He said: “We don’t understand how you can make money out of blood. “Unfortunately, this is what some countries have been doing. European countries. “For example and I’d like us to be frank, for … Read more