Savile Row is widely recognised as the world's most sartorial street and Henry Poole & Co has been a fixture on the Mayfair road since 1846. The bespoke suit maker is acknowledged as the "founder of Savile Row", and one of just two remaining family tailoring businesses on the street, the...
Hunting the UK's first trillion dollar company What’s it like to start a business which, within a handful of years, is valued at more than a billion dollars? Does it catapult you into a world of private jets and superyachts and partying in the Maldives with impossibly beautiful people in...
The character of Donatella Versace makes her entrance - and it is an entrance - near the end of the first episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace. Clad in her signature spray-on jeans, black roll-neck and double-breasted suit jacket, she is impossibly glamorous, even while grieving. With Penelope Cruz...
Gareth Southgate is hoping to road test his World Cup master plan by looking at Eric Dier in England’s back three during the friendlies against Holland and Italy. The Tottenham player, who could captain England again with Harry Kane out through injury and Gary Cahill dropped, has mainly been deployed...
Hillary Clinton has questioned whether the data firm Cambridge Analytica helped the Russians meddle in the 2016 US election.  The former Democratic presidential candidate, who lost to Donald Trump, asked whether the Russians were “getting advice” from the company during the race.  The comments are made in the latest installment of...
The network that records Bitcoin payments has been found to store files and links to child abuse images which are impossible to remove, researchers have discovered. Buried within the Bitcoin blockchain are more than 1,600 files and images, including hidden links to child pornography, according to researchers from the University of Aachen in Germany. ...
The USS Juneau is the latest Second World War wreck to be discovered by a team funded by billionaire Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen. The discovery on March 17 locates another mass grave of American servicemen, as only 10 of its almost 700-strong crew survived its sinking during the Battle of...
A group of pro-Remain Scottish politicians has won the latest round of a legal bid to secure a ruling that Brexit could be unilaterally halted. They want Scotland’s highest civil court to refer their case to the European Court of Justice for a definitive decision on whether Britain could unilaterally...
Elizabeth Hurley has asked fans and followers to spread the information about the men who stabbed her nephew, Miles, after the Metropolitan Police released images of the car they are tracing. Miles Hurley, 21,  was targeted by a gang in a "brutal attack" earlier this month, and the four assailants managed...
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been called in for questioning by investigators looking into suspected Libyan financing of his 2007 election campaign, a source close to the inquiry told AFP on Tuesday. It is the first time Sarkozy has been questioned in the inquiry, and comes several weeks after...