The video sees families from across the country putting their own twist on the iconic song as they sing along in Makaton, a spoken sign language.
A Southern Rail Operations Director told passengers to stay out of the empty cart on a ‘late and very packed’ service.
Football might be coming home, but it seems that the people of North Korea will have to wait a little bit longer to see it happen.
A new study has revealed that two percent of Brits consider themselves to be evil, and it’s enough to make us spit out our tea. The unexpected revelation comes from a new YouGov survey, which asked Brits on their personal values and how they live their lives. A surprise two percent of Brits considered
Latest calculations from the Office for National Statistics show that there were an estimated 66,040,229 million people living in the UK at the end of June 2017.
Terrifying CCTV footage showed the male jogger pushing the victim into the path of oncoming traffic on a bridge in May 2017.
A huge wildfire o n Saddleworth Moor is continuing to rage, after it reignited on Monday night. The huge blaze spans 3.7miles (6km) of moorland above Stalybridge and has prompted the evacuation of up to 100 homes. Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has confirmed a request for military
Edmund Black was caged for 31 months after he admitted two counts of intentionally encouraging or assisting the distribution of indecent images of children
The former Prime Minister will today say that he has never been so worried about the future of the UK - as well as offering stark advice for Donald Trump.
Noah Smith, nine, travelled to Johannesburg with his father Vuyo Tame earlier this year before the pair were both found dead by staff in a hotel room.
The East Midlands and Thameslink trains experienced huge rush hour delays as a result of a six-mile signalling failure at Luton.
The US President is facing intense criticism after it emerged that young children are being held in former warehouses
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed plans to ban upskirting. Theresa May has confirmed that a bill to ban up-skirting will go ahead, despite attempts to block it last week. On Friday, Conservative MP Christopher Chope said he was opposed to a second reading of the Voyeurism (Offences