ISIS executioner “Jihadi John” has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old man who was born in Kuwait and grew up in London.
For reasons we can’t quite fathom, someone spent Monday morning standing on London Bridge handing out copies of a hand-drawn version of an edition of the newspaper from four years ago. Update: It was an elaborate art prank!
Robert Gordon University has stopped using rubber masks made by Hollywood prosthetics experts after it received complaints.
From the beautiful to the downright bleak, these are the most remote places on earth. Inspired by the Pocket Atlas of Remote Islands by Judith Schalansky.
Twitter was ablaze this morning with news that the much-loved children’s TV presenter has died. It was true but not really news: He died in 2009.
This is how to liven up your commute.
They won Farmers Weekly’s Sexiest Famer competition, so it’s scientifically proven.
Trinity Mirror, owner of Mirror Group Newspapers, said sorry to “all its victims of phone hacking”.
If you share private sexual pictures or videos of someone without their consent in England and Wales you could go to jail for two years or get a hefty fine.
Because sex sells. At least, that’s the theory.
Gordon Deacon’s funeral in Cardiff on Wednesday was what he would have wanted: a Star Wars-themed day with no one allowed to dress in black, not even Darth Vader.
“Trivia is coming”. Most of these are questions from The Only Quiz Book You’ll Ever Need, published by Century. Beware: There are MASSIVE SPOILERS in here.
A man in Swansea noticed a question about Bitcoin on an application for reduced council tax rates.
Sleepwalking is one thing. But sleepEATING is something else entirely.
First “chillaxing” and now this. Via The Times.
PKN are your new favourite Finnish punk band – and they want to win Eurovision to raise awareness of services for learning disabilities. Update: They are officially going to be representing Finland at Eurovision this year.
“Do you want to play Candy Crush Saga?” How about “never”.
The British listening service’s access to data obtained from mass internet surveillance by the US National Security Agency was unlawful, according to a court ruling on Friday.
Several Etsy stores have had items taken offline for allegedly violating trademarks owned by the singer.
Giraffedata, aka software engineer Bryan Henderson, is the sworn enemy of the grammatically awkward phrase “comprised of”. And he deletes it from Wikipedia the old-fashioned way – by hand. Via Medium.