The parent company of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday announced on Friday that the papers will close and go online only. Here is a selection of their most hard-hitting front pages.
They’ve come a long way since that treadmill video.
Sarah Lancashire, we salute you. This article contains spoilers for season one.
That’s right. Netflix has already ordered up Seasons 5, 6, and 7.
There are so many podcasts out there that it can be really difficult to find the next big thing. Let us know of podcasts you can’t stop telling others about.
Well, nobody saw that coming.
“They say we’re young and we don’t know. We won’t find out until we grow. Well I don’t know if all that’s true. Cause you got me, and baby I got you.”
“Spain is next, with a song called ‘Bloody Mary’. That reminds me, I haven’t touched a drop yet.”
It’s the most awkward part of the most awkward show on television, First Dates. Good luck.
Malik told Zane Lowe in a Beats 1 interview: “I just gave it a go because it was there at the time and then when I realised the direction we were going in, mind the pun, with the music, I instantly realised it wasn’t for me.”
SHE IS FROM BRITAIN AND SHE IS WONDERFUL.
People still buy top-shelf magazines, and no, we don’t know what the winning lottery numbers are in advance. Stop asking us.
“Women still have to pay 5% VAT on tampons because they are a luxury item. A luxury? THEY’RE TAMPONS.”
You should just go to the shops and spend 50p instead.
Many people are sharing their favourite Alan Rickman moments online. Add yours.
She even downed a cup of tea in one go. What a legend.
Viewers saw Angie Bowie, the first wife of the late David Bowie, telling Tiffany Pollard, a fellow housemate, that “David” had died. Tiffany assumed this meant David Gest, another contestant. Update: Two hundred and eleven people have complained about the episode to Ofcom, which said it will assess the complaints before deciding whether to investigate.
Alice, Jay, Paisley, Sketch, and Lou cover up diabolical tattoos for their show on E4. Warning: This article contains quite a lot of bum.
“Bowie was one of the people that I always assumed would live forever. Now that he’s gone it feels like much of my childhood has died too.”