Carnival Corporation subsidiary Princess Cruises announced last year that it had identified "suspicious activity" by an individual or entity who, in mid-2019, gained access to the personal information of both travelers and employees. It was later disclosed that the Carnival Corporation fell victim to a similar cyber attack on August 15, 2020.
LONDON (Sputnik) – UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said he has “complete confidence” in health minister Matt Hancock, after purportedly calling him "hopeless" in a private WhatsApp message published by Johnson’s former chief aide Dominic Cummings.
The Duke of Sussex complained in a bombshell interview to Oprah Winfrey that his dad, Prince Charles, “cut him off” financially after the couple left the UK to pursue a simple life in a $14.7-million California mansion.
The Tartan Army has invaded England's capital city ahead of Scotland's game against England on 18 June. The old rivals will face each other for the first time since 1996.
Eyewitnesses captured the consequences of an incident at London's best-known international airport involving a plane which had arrived from Moscow.
The parliamentary constituency of Chesham and Amersham has been held by the Conservatives since it was created in 1974. The seat is made up of affluent towns and villages to the north-west of London.
Former No. 10 top adviser Dominic Cummings has been on a “truth” crusade, using his own blog, Twitter and parliamentary appearances to drop bombshell accusations levelled at Boris Johnson and his government over the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, with hints of “more to come”.
The UK government has been under pressure to deliver an overhaul of rape prosecutions by modifying the criminal justice system, and has been accused of failing to engage with victims, as Home Office figures cited by The Guardian showed fewer than one in 60 rape cases recorded by the police last year resulted in a suspect being charged.
Political turbulence comes amid growing dissatisfaction among Unionists in Northern Ireland following Brexit as, under the terms of the withdrawal agreement, a customs border has been established between the nation and the rest of the UK.
On 22 May 2017 suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a device in the foyer of Manchester Arena moments after an Ariana Grande concert, killing 22 people. His brother Hashem was extradited from Libya and convicted by a jury in London.
British-born Shamima Begum, who ditched her London home to travel to Syria to join the Daesh terrorist organisation in 2015, is currently in the headlines again, as she pleads to be allowed to return to UK after her citizenship was revoked.
Keir Starmer vowed in May that the UK Labour Party he leads would be guided by a completely new ‘launchpad for power’ manifesto after local elections saw the opposition lose control of eight councils and more than 300 seats in a stunning blow.
Arlene Foster resigned as leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in April after months of criticism within the party. She has stepped down as Northern Ireland's First Minister and is set to be replaced by Paul Givan.
The British “traffic light” travel system, which divides the world into green, amber and red countries depending upon their COVID status, is causing confusion among many Britons, who say the situation is leaving them unable to properly plan their summer holidays and trips abroad.
Boris Johnson's former top aide Dominic Cummings has been levelling fresh accusations about UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the Government's pandemic response in his new blogpost, while also suggesting Boris Johnson does not intend to serve a full term in Downing Street if he wins the next general election.
English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers are close to completing the purchase of Yerson Mosquera for £4.5 million. So what’s so special about the signing of a 20-year-old Colombian defender?
Socialite and TV personality Lady Colin Campbell triggered a backlash earlier, when she appeared to defend disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein in the wake of a “car crash” BBC Newsnight interview given by Prince Andrew in 2019, claiming that “soliciting sex from minors is not pedophilia”.
Prince William, 38, has gone bald in recent years, and his younger brother Prince Harry is also slowly but surely losing his ginger locks.
Former aide to the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson shared a screenshot on Twitter of what his claims is the Whatsapp exchange between the two during the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in Britain.
A 57-year-old man was interviewed by the police under caution on Tuesday afternoon, following an incident in Westminster involving BBC journalist Nick Watt.