Pikachu has finally come home.
When a 16-year-old student at a San Diego high school uploaded a 10-second video to Snapchat of another student seemingly masturbating in a restroom stall, he thought he’d get a laugh from his peers. The video, shot on a smartphone, was posted to Snapchat stories and disappeared 24 hours later, but not before it went viral around the school.
Billions of pounds’ worth of public projects will have to be scrapped by Theresa May because of a “tidal wave” of pressures from an impending Brexit, the head of Whitehall’s official spending watchdog has said.
Labour’s chief whip, Rosie Winterton, has written to reassure the party’s MPs after Jeremy Corbyn appeared to suggest at his campaign launch they could face compulsory reselection before 2020, as parliamentary boundaries are reviewed.
David Cameron’s resignation honours list has been held up after concerns were apparently raised about the suitability of some of the close allies he has nominated for recognition.
When Zachary Quinto, who plays Mr Spock for the third time in Star Trek Beyond, visits London in the spring, we find ourselves in a strange position.
Jurgen Klopp has certainly strengthened his attacking midfield resources this summer.
Arsenal's move for Rob Holding could pay benefit in years to come.
The Arsenal manager has added Granit Xhaka to his squad this summer.
The Switzerland midfielder is Arsenal's only senior signing this summer.
Sad to report.
Tony Whittemore, a former senior banker at Deutsche Bank, is joining Barclays as executive chairman of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in New York starting on Thursday, the bank said in an internal memo.
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union will probably curtail finance industry revenue, including in investment banking, as companies worried about the economic aftermath are likely to hold off takeovers and share sales, according to Deutsche Bank.