Who is Kelvin MacKenzie?

Who is Kelvin MacKenzie?

The 70-year-old former editor of The Sun newspaper has caused controversy and outrage for decades, ranging from his involvement in the coverage of the Hillsborough disaster, to more recent comments about Everton midfielder Ross Barkley and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. May 3, 2017
Theresa May booed and accused of hiding from voters at Bristol election campaign event

Theresa May booed and accused of hiding from voters at Bristol election campaign event

Local residents booed and jeered as Prime Minister Theresa May was driven out of the Hungerford Community Centre and Social Club in Bristol on 2 May. A small election campaign was being held at the centre, but according to local resident Geraint Evans, who shot the video, residents were not aware of the event and only selected people were allowed to attend. May 3, 2017
Texan hero motorists rescue babies from overturned car in flash flood

Texan hero motorists rescue babies from overturned car in flash flood

Two children were rescued from an overturned car on a Texas highway during a torrential rainstorm. The family of Philip Ocheltree reportedly flipped their car into a flooded ditch close to Myrtle Springs on 29 April. A group of passers-by then dragged the children to safety, before helping to resuscitate them. According to a Facebook post by Ocheltree, both the children are now in a stable condition. May 2, 2017
Worker hailed as hero after pulling Felix the cat from Thames

Worker hailed as hero after pulling Felix the cat from Thames

Felix, the office cat of Londons Royal Docks Management Authority, had a lucky escape when she fell into the Thames on 30 April. In a video shared to the Royal Docks Facebook page, a man named as Scott, an engineering and operations manager, is seen rushing to the cats rescue, and pulling it out of the water. Celebrities such as Jeremy Vine were among the many people on social media who praised Scotts actions. May 2, 2017
Venezuelan President Maduro creates popular assembly for constitution rewrite amid more anti-government protests

Venezuelan President Maduro creates popular assembly for constitution rewrite amid more anti-government protests

Venezuelas socialist President Nicolas Maduro has called for a rewriting of the countrys constitution in a bid to quell the ongoing protests against his government. Anti-government protests continued for a second month on May Day, as the opposition want a general election to try to end 18 years of socialist rule. Millions are suffering from chronic food shortages and cannot afford basic medicines due to an economic crisis in the oil rich country. May 2, 2017