Hard Brexit trigger worse 2008 crash, says Vince Cable 'If Britain enters a 2nd economic storm, it will be Theresa May's economic storm. You can't have a hard Brexit and a strong economy'
Picasso was ‘misogynistic’, says An exhibition of Picasso’s art has opened in the Gagosian museum in London, curated by a shut friend.
Mea Culpa: What goose was it, really? Confused fables and backfiring football metaphors in this week's Independent
Eric Bailly reveals Jose Mourinho talked picking Manchester United City The Ivorian was also being tracked by Barcelona at the time
Passenger dragged United Airlines wins Dr David Dao will end up being paid an undisclosed sum after being violently dragged away a United flight.
The 3 keys Anthony Joshua beating Wladimir Klitschko Joshua and Klitschko meet at Wembley on Saturday night, and The Independent's boxing expert Steve Bunce has offered AJ his advice on how to beat 41-year-old King Wlad
India bans 22 sites Kashmir alleged videos Ruling hits Facebook and Twitter and marks crackdown on viral clips discrediting state forces in disputed territory
Are America’s whites dying faster? A current study found that white middle-aged Americans are dying faster than blacks and Hispanics. But the reality is not very exactly what it seems.
Newcastle West Ham HMRC is 'of nature' Premier League clubs could face criminal prosecution after allegations of £5m tax evasion and National Insurance
New Orleans removes Confederate statues Wearing bullet-proof gear, contractors removed the statue below the watch of armed snipers.