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'Partygate' scandal: Johnson critics face government 'blackmail'
Senior Tory William Wragg disclosed the alleged intimidation campaign as Downing Street battles to shore up PM Boris Johnson against calls from within the party for his resignation.
Janet Jackson felt 'guilty by association' over Michael abuse claims
The revelations have been teased in an extended trailer for the 55-year-old singer's new documentary, 'Janet'.
Boris Johnson's leadership questioned after Tory COVID rebellion
The UK prime minister's authority is increasingly being doubted after a series of scandals and criticism of the government's handling of the pandemic.
Austrian MPs vote to lift Kurz's immunity in corruption trial
MPs voted to lift ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz's parliamentary immunity.
Bernard Tapie: Scandal-ridden French tycoon and ex-minister dies at 78
The flamboyant ex-minister and ex-owner of Olympique Marseille built a sporting and media empire but was known for a string of scandals and legal problems.
Blue Origin employees describe 'toxic' workplace and safety concerns
Blue Origin denied the allegations, which were made in an open letter authored by 21 current and former staff at Amazon founder Bezos’ space company.
German nurse suspected of giving saline solution instead of COVID jab
Police fear that more than 8,500 people could have been affected by the scandal.
PIP breast implant victims should receive compensation, rules court
A French court has ruled that hundreds of victims of a breast implant scandal are entitled to compensation.
Bernard Tapie and his wife tied up and beaten during a burglary
The value of the stolen goods is not yet known but police are treating the incident as a violent robbery and kidnapping.
Third conservative MP in Germany resigns amid corruption allegations
A third conservative politician from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's bloc has resigned over corruption allegations.
German MP resigns amid claims he used pandemic to enrich himself
It was claimed that a company run by Löbel had earned commissions of €250,000 for brokering face mask contracts between manufacturers and German authorities.
Argentine health minister forced to resign amid COVID vaccine scandal
The scandal erupted after journalist Horacio Verbitsky said he received preferential treatment from the health ministry to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Sciences Po director Frédéric Mion resigns over Duhamel incest scandal
Mion resigned over the accusations against Olivier Duhamel, the former president of the foundation that oversees the political science school.
Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong handed prison sentence over bribery scandal
Lee will now serve two and a half years in prison for his involvement in a bribery scandal involving then South Korean president Park Geun-hye.
Man behind Austria's 'ibizagate' scandal arrested in Germany
A private detective, allegedly behind the Ibizagate scandal that brought down the Austrian government in 2019, has been arrested in Berlin.
Brussels 'sex party': MEP József Szájer fled along a gutter with drugs
Police reportedly broke up an erotic soiree on Friday night, with an MEP allegedly in attendance. On Tuesday afternoon, József Szájer, a founder of Hungarian party Fidesz, admitted his guilt.
Love child of Belgium's former king finally meets her half-brother
Princess Delphine, who was formally known as Delphine Boel before being given her royal title, has now met her half brother King Philippe for the first time.
Love child of Belgium's former king seeks royal privileges
The former monarch officially recognised Delphine Boël as his daughter in January 2020 after DNA tests proved he was her father.
Spain's King Felipe VI renounces inheritance from father amid scandal
The royal house said in a statement that in addition to renouncing his inheritance, Felipe is stripping Juan Carlos of his annual stipend.
Hachette cancels publication of Woody Allen's memoir
Staff at the publisher's New York office staged a walkout in protest over the upcoming release.
French skating chief quits over sexual abuse scandal
The long-serving head of the French Ice Skating Federation (FFSG), Didier Gailhaguet, resigned on Saturday after former skaters spoke of sexual assaults by coaches.
Accused founder of upstate New York sex cult goes on trial in US
Keith Raniere, a former self-help guru, on Tuesday went on trial in the US on charges of running a secretive New York sex cult that recruited female "slaves".
Fresh claims over an asylum scandal at Germany's refugee agency
It's understood The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (Bamf) in Bremen, knew about possible wrong-doing earlier than first thought, since February last year, and officials are suspected of taking bribes to approve applications
Festival brings sunshine to scandal-hit sumo wrestling
Laughter, sunshine and optimism were the order of the day at the ceremonial Spring Festival sumo wrestling tournament held at a controversial war shrine in Tokyo on Monday (April 16) amid scandals over Japan's national sport.
Facebook launches apology campaign after data leak scandal
The social network, which boasts 2.2 billion active users, has issued adverts in major UK and US newspapers apologising for their “breach of trust”.
Oxfam bosses face grilling by British MPs
The charity is at the centre of a scandal over sexual exploitation during aid missions