London attack: 'I met killer in Brighton hotel'

A businessman has told Sky News how he met “smiling, polite” Khalid Masood just hours before he struck in Westminster.   Michael Petersen was at a hotel in Brighton where Masood stayed on the night before the attack and saw the killer in reception....

Automatic pay-outs for bad web and phone service

Landline and broadband customers will receive automatic compensation for delays in repairs, service set-up or missed appointments under proposals from Ofcom. The plans would result in up to 2.6 million customers receiving an additional £185m in compensation each year,...

Humanz, after all: Gorillaz fire new album

After six years in hiding, Gorillaz have announced a new album, released four new songs and promised UK fans many gigs to come. Humanz will be the super group’s fifth studio record and the official start of their fourth conceptual phase titled “We Are...

Final photo of murdered PC Palmer emerges

A US tourist has revealed she posed for a photo with the police officer who tackled the Westminster terrorist less than an hour before he was killed. The photo emerged as the fourth victim of the attack was named as 75-year-old Leslie Rhodes from Streatham, whose...

Ten million jobs could be replaced by robots

Around 10 million workers are at risk of seeing their jobs taken over by robots over the next 15 years, according to a new report. But the research from PwC said new artificial intelligence (AI) related technologies would also boost productivity and generate...

Public donates £350k to PC Keith Palmer family

The public has donated more than £350,000 to an online fund for the family of murdered police officer Keith Palmer. The 48-year-old died after confronting Khalid Masood inside the gates of the Palace of Westminster during Wednesday’s attack. Theresa May called...