Animals can be cute, ferocious and mysterious - but they can also be hilarious. The funniest pictures of wildlife have now been collected and put forward for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Awards . The competition is a global, online and free to enter photography competition, showcasing the funnier side of Earth’s most amazing wildlife. Read more from Yahoo News UK: Two in five hospitals patients ‘never have visitors’ Fireman Sam axed as mascot and replaced with gender-neutral extinguishers Nigel Farage ‘sets out terms for general election pact with Boris Johnson’ In addition to providing some light-hearted relief, the competition also aims to highlight the important message of wildlife conservation. From shopping responsibly by avoiding plastics and palm oil to restricting water use at home, this year’s contest is aimed at making people think about the animals on the planet - as well as laughing at them. The winners will be announced on November 13.
The letter warned the gay couple they should not be getting married in the village.
Prince Andrew has denied allegations he had sex with one of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims.
A group of 13 metal detectorists were taken to hospital after falling ill in the village of High Melton, Yorkshire.
The couple avoided a prison sentence at court in Sydney after leaving their daughter, now three, so malnourished that she had no teeth, developed rickets and could not stand.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been criticised for their carbon emissions during recent private jet trips.
The US financier killed himself in his jail cell earlier this month while awaiting trial for sex trafficking.
When the eyes of the world are watching an event as high-profile as a Donald Trump state visit, even the smallest moment is unlikely to go unnoticed.
Mr Trump’s three-day trip will see him meeting the Queen and other senior royals, as well as Theresa May in her final days as Prime Minister.
The Queen is set to meet Donald Trump for a second time during his state visit to the UK next week. And while President Trump may be looking forward to his royal meeting, he won’t be staying at Buckingham Palace due to building works - nor will he be taken on a carriage procession, at the insistence of US security services. The Queen is set for one of her easiest state visits , according to royal biographer Robert Hardman - but it is certainly not her first meeting with a US President. Read more from Yahoo News UK: Trump says he might meet Boris and Farage during state visit More than 750k Europeans have applied to stay in UK after Brexit Unseen messages show how Nazis fell for D-Day plan In fact, Her Majesty has met with 12 Presidents, including Trump, during her time as Queen. One of those was in fact when she was still a mere princess - but came three months before she became Queen. Here is the roll call of all the Presidents the Queen has had the pleasure of getting to know over the years...
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have finally announced the name of their baby boy, and although he doesn't have a royal title, he does have a last name. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first born is named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and his surname is a nod to his great-grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh wasn’t able to pass his surname to his children. He had hoped that when his wife took the throne, his adopted last name, Mountbatten, would become double-barrelled with Windsor, but that was not agreed to by then-Prime Minister Winston Churchill. But a declaration made by the Queen in Privy Council in 1960, said that male-line descendants of the monarch, without royal styles and titles, shall bear the name Mountbatten-Windsor. So far Harry and Meghan’s child has not been issued a title, so he will carry that last name.