Friday, Nov 30


I Care For My Daughter 24 Hours A Day - But People Like Me Are Receiving Woefully Inadequate Support

Today is Carers Rights Day. For most of the population this will be just another nominated day that will drift under their radar while they go about chasing a Christmas deal or propping up the coffee bar.

The Waugh Zone Friday November 30, 2018

Theresa May has spoken to reporters on the flight to the G20 summit in Argentina, but her words add sweet FA to the sum of human knowledge on the topic of Brexit. Away from the will-they-wont-they farce of a TV debate, the only audience…

These Are The Types Of People You ALWAYS Meet On A Business Trip

In the office, everyone adopts a professional demeanour.

Six Signs You Could Be Overtraining

For most of us, exercise gets our blood pumping, those feel-good endorphins rushing, and tires us out enough to enjoy a decent night’s sleep. But for those who take their exercise regime very seriously, there’s a risk of overtraining. This…

As Part Of The First Generation To Age With HIV, I'm Looking Forward To A Future I Didn't Think I'd Have

I was 17-years-old when I was infected with HIV. It was 1988, and being diagnosed felt as if my life had ended before it had begun.


This Government Isn't Doing Enough To Prevent Another Grenfell

The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government James Brokenshire announced on Thursday that the government will ban the use of combustible cladding on new buildings above 18metres. This follows widespread concerns…

#MeToo Founder Tarana Burke Says Movement Is At Times 'Unrecognisable' To Her

The woman behind the MeToo movement has said the campaign against sexual violence and harassment has become “unrecognisable” to her, more than a decade after she founded it.


The 'Friend Zone's Is A Misogynistic, Misguided Concept With No Place In 2018

Ah, the friend zone. That dreaded purgatory, depicted as the living nightmare of any romcom’s male protagonist.

This Christmas, Let's Think How Our Clothes Are Causing Plastic Pollution – And How We Can Minimise The Damage

In the lead up to Christmas, many of us will be eagerly searching out the best deals on fleece jackets, woolly jumpers, and fuzzy socks. You may not be aware but our clothes release tiny “microfibres” when we wash them. These are small…

Two Men Sought After Poppy Appeal Collection Tin Stolen Days Before Armistice Day

Two men are being sought by police investigating the “despicable” theft of a Poppy Appeal collection tin – just two days before Armistice Day.

Rail Fares Set To Cost Passengers 3.1% More In 2019

Britain’s rail fares are set to increase by an average of 3.1% on January 2, the rail industry announced.

A Guide To The Most Terrifying Brexit Warnings From The Last Few Weeks

It’s been a busy few weeks for doom-mongers.


How To Get Through December Without Feeling Totally Broken

It’s hard to say ‘no’ to anything during December: the chocolates being passed around at work, that extra mince pie after dinner, your fifth mulled wine of the night.

Forget Christmas Jumpers, We're All About Xmas Shirts This Year

Just when you thought the festive season couldn’t get any better – Christmas shirts are a real life thing.

Harry Potter Christmas Gifts For The Wizard In Your Family

Harry Potter merchandise has really upped its game this Christmas. With budget-friendly options increasingly available across food, lego, clothing and homeware, there’s something for everyone.

HuffPost's Kindness Advent Calendar Will Inspire You This Christmas

This has not been a year for positive news stories. But there is good in this world and, with Christmas just around the corner, we want to share that goodness; the tales of heroes among us.

Ridiculous Festive Earrings For The Christmas Party Season

Christmas party season is upon us meaning it’s time to knuckle down on the festive details - and festive earrings are a great way to jazz up an outfit for cheap.

5 Cute Animals To End The Week: Buster Gets A Festive Job And Cat Ruins Everything

This week we’ve been mesmerised by Knickers the cow who is, excuse the pun, an absolute beefcake.

Elf On The Shelf Ideas: 7 Ideas To Get You Through The First Week

It’s the first week of Elf on the Shelf and you’re fresh-faced and raring to go (well, maybe).


Liam Fox To Call On MPs To Back Theresa May's Brexit Deal

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox will call on MPs to get behind Theresa May’s divisive Brexit deal, saying politicians “cannot always have the luxury of what we want for ourselves”.

Thursday, Nov 29


Exclusive: Matt Hancock Accused Of Breaking Ministerial Code Over Private Health Firm Endorsement

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been accused of breaking the ministerial code by endorsing a private healthcare company in a paid-for newspaper supplement, HuffPost can reveal.


Exclusive: Syrian Refugee Attacked At School Doesn’t Want Violence Aimed At The Bully

A teenage Syrian refugee who was filmed being attacked at school has expressed his concerns about threats being made towards the perpetrator.



Ceara Thacker Was Caught Up In 'Failure Between Uni, GP And NHS'

A student’s “desperate struggle” with her mental health led to a “failure of coordination” between her university, GP, and local NHS trust, a review hearing into her sudden death has heard.

Donald Trump Has Cancelled His Planned Meeting With Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump has cancelled a meeting with Vladimir Putin, citing the escalating tensions in Ukraine, just hours after telling reporters it would be “a very good time” to hold it.


Lily Allen Hasn't Spoken To Her Father In 2 Months, Following False Autobiography Story

Lily Allen has revealed she hasn’t spoken to her father Keith since publishing her autobiography, after he disputed the truth of a story in it.


Drunk Japanese Pilot Who Tried To Take Off From Heathrow Jailed For 10 Months

A drunken Japanese pilot has been jailed after being caught more than nine times over the alcohol limit as he prepared to fly a passenger jet from Heathrow Airport.