Shoppers caught licking their hands and wiping them on meat and fresh produce
Staff were forced to disinfect the store while the food had to be destroyed.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
NHS is facing its worst weekend on record with tsunami of coronavirus patients
'Never before have we seen so many people seriously ill come as a surge to the NHS.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Indian couple name their newborn baby boy 'Lockdown' amid the coronavirus pandemic
Parents Manju and father Raghunath Mail from the Sheopur district in India, said they chose the name so they would always remember that their son was born during the coronavirus lockdown.Home | Daily Mail Online
Friday star Rebecca Black comes out as queer after splitting with woman
'I have dated a lot of different types of people, and I just don't really know what the future holds.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Sadiq Khan is blasted for 'wasting time' by not giving bus drivers PPE
The approach is meant to reduce contact between the driver and their passengers, but critics - including the families of Transport for London workers - insisted it did not go far enough.Home | Daily Mail Online
Animal Crossing: New Horizons teases Brewster and the coffee shop
The inhabitants of Animal Crossing have been dropping hints about adding the coffee shop and museum art gallery but will it be paid-for DLC?Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Ex-soldier accused of terror offences can't attend court as he's self-isolating
Daniel Burke is accused of wanting to fight against so-called Islamic State alongside Kurdish militia in SyriaManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Juan Mata drops hint about Manchester United future
Man utd midfielder Juan Mata has spoken about his future at Old Trafford and made a comparison with Michael Carrick.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Coronavirus lockdown could leave a MILLION people with long term illness
The fallout from the outbreak could lead to a wave of chronic health conditions and mental health problems in the coming years.Home | Daily Mail Online
Two-month-old baby believed to be Italy's youngest Covid-19 patient is released from hospital
The baby was no longer running a temperature or fever and was released with her mother, who has recovered from a bout of pneumonia, reports said. They were hospitalised in Bari on March 18.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sports stars, actors and emergency workers issue vital coronavirus message
It comes after last weekend saw breaches in social distancing measures increaseManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Motorcyclist dodges out of control pickup truck in Surat Thani, Thailand
The motorcyclist, driving along a highway in Surat Thani, southern Thailand, is forced to pull off a quick manoeuvre to avoid slamming in to a pickup truck's tail end.Home | Daily Mail Online
Van Dijk and other rivals De Bruyne can outshine to win football's top prize
The Belgium international has been in stunning form so far this season for Pep Guardiola's side as they push for their first Champions League success.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Thames Valley police launch fresh appeal over 1995 murder of nurse
Janet Brown was beaten to death at her home in Radnage, BuckinghamshirePolice investigating the murder of a nurse found beaten to death in her family home 25 years ago have made a fresh appeal for information in a bid to finally bring her killer to justice.Janet Brown, 51, was found at the foot of the stairs with fatal, blunt-force head injuries on 10 April 1995 at her home in the quiet village of Radnage in Buckinghamshire. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Southampton become first Premier League club to agree to wage deferrals
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, his players and coaching staff have agreed to defer part of their salaries for three months over April, May and June.Home | Daily Mail Online
Church of England bishop bans hospital chaplains from the bedsides of sick patients
Members of the Church of England have been banned from volunteering at hospital chaplains, even while wearing personal protective equipment, due to the increased chance of spreading Covid-19.Home | Daily Mail Online
Nigel Farage hosts VERY relaxed coronavirus Facebook Live video from home in a pair of shorts
Sipping a glass of red wine, the Brexit Party leader said 'we are all locked down' and 'there isn't much else to do' as he held a Q&A on Facebook Live last night.Home | Daily Mail Online
Westminster lobby journalist and UKIP communications 'Gobby' Paul Lambert dies aged 61
Paul Lambert was revered by journalists and politicians alike who knew him for his booming voice and cries of 'Are you going to resign?' on Downing Street where he worked for the BBC for decades.Home | Daily Mail Online
US firm ThermoFisher says it can supply UK with 100,000 COVID-19 test kits per day
The chief operating officer of Thermo Fisher Scientific, based in Massachusetts but with 5,000 employees in the UK, said the company could supply all the tests wanted by Government.Home | Daily Mail Online
Instagram's extreme pursuit of the perfect office is revealed by ex-employee
The book 'No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram' by Bloomberg journalist Sarah Frier chronicles the company's extreme pursuit of the picture-perfect office.Home | Daily Mail Online
Cash for questions: what's next for big-money gameshows?
Judith Keppel was the first person to scoop Millionaire’s top prize back in 2000. Since then, cash has dried up, even if our appetite for huge prizes hasn’tIn 2000, the garden designer Judith Keppel began to think she could win Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? “The show had only been going for two years but it was huge – we’d never had a cash prize that big before – and I started to realise the questions weren’t that hard,” she says. “I began calling in to try and get on, so much so that BT rang me at one point to ask whether someone else was using my line. After about 250 attempts and a huge bill, I made it.”On 20 November, Keppel became the first person to win the show in the UK and leave with £1m. Her winning question was “Which king was married to Eleanor of Aquitaine?” (the answer is Henry II). “Winning absolutely changed my life because, at the time, I was worried about money since I was in between jobs,” she says. “After the win, the media response was huge and I was asked to do all sorts of funny things like open flower shows and then I was offered Eggheads in 2003, which is what I’ve been doing ever since.” Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
In shadow of pandemic, Trump seizes opportunity to push through his agenda
With coronavirus occupying people’s attention, the Trump administration is giving handouts to big business, appointing judges and rolling back regulationsCoronavirus – live US updatesLive global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe last time America was facing a possible economic depression, Rahm Emanuel, chief of staff to President Barack Obama, observed: “Never allow a good crisis go to waste. It’s an opportunity to do the things you once thought were impossible.”It is advice that Donald Trump and his Republican allies appear to have taken to heart. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
The Repair Shop viewers 'sob' over woman's emotional reaction to a music stool
Customer Emma Collins, of East Sussex, appeared on the BBC2 show in the hope of restoring her great-grandmother's 100-year-old music stool to its former glory.Home | Daily Mail Online
Prince Frederik of Denmark leaves isolation to welcome delivery of masks for the country's medics
Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, 51, has been isolating with his family Fredensborg Palace, but revealed on Instagram yesterday that he'd left home to welcome a consignment from China.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sugar baby makes £28,000 from husbands revelling in secret lockdown cam sessions
EXCLUSIVE: University of York student Sherene is benefiting from a huge surge of new members gravitating to the sugar dating industry since the start of the coronavirus pandemicMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mane explains "shouting" Klopp's treatment of Keita in Liverpool training
The Reds pair opened up on what Klopp is like behind the scenes at Liverpool's Melwood training ground, where Mane says he is quick to jump on Keita losing possessionMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Dog walker 'felt like a criminal' after police stopped her during drive to beach
Tanya Wood had driven with her partner Caron and their dog Poppy to the beach near Eirias Park - a five minute drive away from her home in Old ClowynMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Dr Hilary says doctors and nurses are being told to 'keep out' of neighbourhoods
Lorraine Kelly was left horrified as Dr Hilary revealed that he had seen health workers who had been working the frontline amid the coronavirus pandemic who had found stickers on their carsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
My Quarantine Routine: Emma, a 37-year-old florist delivering groceries instead during lockdown
'Three weeks ago I didn’t know how I was going to survive, pay bills and keep my floristry business going, but we’ve managed to not only turn this around but help others too.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo transfer jibes made by La Liga chief
Having lost Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018, La Liga now sees Lionel Messi's situation at Barcelona becoming increasingly fraught, but Javier Tebas isn't concerned by a potential exit for the ArgentineMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
'Nice kid', 20, shot dead 'through the window' of his house in Liverpool as police hunt gunman
Michael Rainsford was gunned down on Tuesday night at 11pm at his home in Litherland in Merseyside. The 20-year-old died at the scene and police are now hunting for the killer.Home | Daily Mail Online
Kieran Hayler cuddles Katie Price's kids Jett and Bunny in sweet family snap
Kieran Hayler bragged his family were his world as he posed with Katie Price's kids Jett and Bunny as they self-isolate with his fiancée Michelle PenticostMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
MPs handed up to £10,000 each to help them and staff work from home
The rise in office budgets for Covid-19 was announced to MPs in March - while self-employed workers must wait until June for bailout cashMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Virgin Media gives TV customers 18 entertainment channels at no extra cost
To make sure you’re entertained over Easter weekend, Virgin Media are giving customers access to channels like Comedy Central, Discovery, Fox and MTVMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
VeryMe by Vodafone offer customers a free card and popcorn - here's how to claim
To bring a little joy this weekend, Vodafone customers can send an Easter card to someone and spread some joy or indulge in popcorn over the weekend for free with VeryMeMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Quietest supermarket opening hours including Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's
Supermarket opening hours have changed dramatically during the coronavirus crisis, as have the times that people go shopping as customers try to find the best hours to find their essentialsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....