BAFTA nominees urge government for further arts funding

Three of tonight's BAFTAs nominees have urged the government to provide further funding for the arts sector during the coronavirus crisis.

BAFTA TV awards to give viewers a glimpse of stars in their natural habitats

They might not be getting the fancy red carpet treatment, but the stars of our favourite shows will still be out in force - albeit virtually - for the BAFTA TV awards this evening.

Whipped cream sculpture called The End is unveiled at Trafalgar Square

A sculpture depicting a dollop of whipped cream topped with a cherry, a fly and a drone has been unveiled at London's Trafalgar Square.

Johnny Depp team's final speech: Amber Heard is a 'compulsive liar' and 'unreliable'

Amber Heard is a "compulsive liar" and a "wholly unreliable witness" who has changed her story and swapped key dates in a bid to manipulate the case, Johnny Depp's lawyers have argued at the High Court.

Banksy migrant crisis paintings sell for £2.2m in charity sale

Three Banksy oil paintings which reference the European migrant crisis have sold for £2.

Forcing Meghan to name five of her friends in court battle 'unacceptable price to pay' - lawyer

The Duchess of Sussex has applied to the High Court to stop The Mail and Mail on Sunday from being able to reveal the names of five of her friends who spoke anonymously to a US magazine about the bullying she said she has faced.


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