David Millward, The Telegraph

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Recent articles by David:

Paddington Bear and marmalade sandwiches

Mourners are remembering a sketch from the Platinum Jubilee celebrations that delighted them → Read More

US bakery triumphs in long-running court battle with 'woke' university

Gibson's was falsely accused of racial profiling after a shoplifting incident → Read More

Trans inmate impregnates two other prisoners

Demi Minor, 27, who is serving 30 years for manslaughter, has now been moved to another prison → Read More

Funeral home director admits to selling arms, legs and heads for cash

Megan Hess pleads guilty for her part in a scheme that duped bereaved families into believing their relatives had been cremated → Read More

Watch: ‘Go back to your country,’ Marjorie Taylor Greene tells Channel 4 journalist in gun laws row

Firebrand Republican congresswoman alleges that Britain has a 'mass stabbings' problem in ill-tempered exchange with Siobhan Kennedy → Read More

One dead, four critically injured in California church shooting

Multiple people were shot when a gunman open fired inside a church in southern California → Read More

Guns overtake cars as the biggest killer of young Americans

Figures reflect a surge in gun ownership as the number of fatal shootings reach their highest level since 1968 → Read More

Viktor Orban wins fourth term in Hungarian election

A jubilant Mr Orban has declared victory, with his Kremlin-backed Fidesz party so far winning 54.5 per cent of votes → Read More

Roman Abramovich 'asked me if he could help,’ says Volodymyr Zelensky

The US Treasury has reportedly held off imposing sanctions on the Chelsea football club owner amid claims he was acting as a peace broker → Read More

Backlash against Joe Biden over Vladimir Putin ‘cannot remain in power’ comment

Emmanuel Macron leads international rebukes, while Antony Blinken denies US wants regime change → Read More

Donald Trump accuses Joe Biden of risking nuclear war with Russia

US president’s apparent call for regime change in Moscow alarms allies and triggers panic in Washington → Read More

Sonoran Desert Toad under threat as demand grows for its hallucinogenic venom

The toad has disappeared in California and fears that poaching could see its numbers dwindle elsewhere → Read More

Blow for gay rights as ban on same-sex marriage in the Caribbean upheld

Privy Council ruling that outlawing of gay marriage in Bermuda and Cayman Islands is not unconstitutional is branded ‘an affront to dignity’ → Read More

White House turns to TikTok influencers to counter Russian misinformation on Ukraine

Chinese social media app has a wider reach, especially among young people, than conventional news sources → Read More

Joe Biden agrees to summit with Vladimir Putin if Russian invasion of Ukraine does not proceed

Move comes as Russian president and Emmanuel Macron to hold talks in last-ditch effort to secure ceasefire → Read More

Canada protests: Justin Trudeau invokes emergency powers to crack down on truckers

Prime Minister's patience finally snaps as anti-vaccine blockades enter third week → Read More

Beleaguered vice president Kamala Harris plans image reboot

Communications veteran Jamal Simmons hired to help vice president as her poll ratings nosedive → Read More

Bob Dylan's lawyers say singer 'will not be extorted' by 'malicious' child sex assault claims

Rock icon denied allegations he sexually abused a 12-year-old girl in 1965 as his lawyers describe claim as defamatory. → Read More

James Franco treated for sex addiction, admitting he slept with his acting students

The Oscar-nominated actor says his addictive behaviour changed from alcohol to sex → Read More

Patriotism on the wane among young Left-wing Americans, with only five per cent saying US is best

And only 10 per cent of the 18-29 age group believed the US stood above other countries, a view held by 38 per cent of respondents over 65 → Read More