Barcelona stars Sergio Busquets and Frenkie de Jong speak out on Ronald Koeman’s future after Benfica defeat
David Amess murder suspect lives on London street once home to Only Fools and Horses actor
The tree-lined road in the London Borough of Camden, where properties sell for around £2 million, was once home to actor Roger Lloyd Pack, who lived there for 27 years until his death in 2014.Home | Daily Mail Online
Strictly Come Dancing: Sara Davies TOPS the leaderboard after impressing with her sizzling Tango
Week four of Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday saw Dragon's Den star Sara Davies top the leaderboard following her sizzling Tango with professional partner Aljaž Škorjanec.Home | Daily Mail Online
Strictly's Tess Daly brands Craig Revel Horwood 'rude' as he rips into Greg Wise
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood did not enjoy Greg Wise's Samba at all and was keen to give him his feedbackMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mikel Arteta: Arsene Wenger ‘started the fire’ in his players to become coaches
The likes of Patrick Vieira, Sol Campbell, Thierry Henry and Tony Adams have gone into management after playing under Wenger.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Ministers plan walk-in clinics to speed up vaccine rollout for 12-to 15-year-olds
Ministers are planning to launch the scheme for 12-to- 15-year-olds shortly. Sources also claim the new clinics are an attempt to keep anti-vaxxers away from the school gates.Home | Daily Mail Online
Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira compared to Brazil great
Andreas Pereira has been making a real name for himself at Flamengo after joining on loan from Manchester United.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Jack Grealish's agent suggests Gareth Southgate has picked England star "by default"
Grealish was surprisingly subbed by Southgate despite being on good form during England's draw with Hungary in midweek and cut a dejected figure on the bench after he came offMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mikel Arteta admits Arsene Wenger lit managerial fire inside him and Patrick Vieira
Mikel Arteta believes the approach legendary Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger took to life in the hot seat paved the way for his players to follow him into coachingMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mohamed Salah's agent jets into Liverpool for contract talks over £500k-per-week deal
The Liverpool forward's current deal ends in 2023 with talks ongoing between his representative and the board, and Salah again proved his star quality with a moment of magic against WatfordMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Gareth Bale's agent lifts lid on Jose Mourinho issue and star's "dream" ahead of talks
Jonathan Barnett, Gareth Bale's agent, has revealed that the Wales star and ex-manager Jose Mourinho did not see eye to eye while at Tottenham Hotspur last seasonMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Tottenham ace Lucas Moura knows Newcastle money is no guarantee of the biggest trophies
Tottenham star was a marquee signing for PSG's Qatari honours with Zlatan and Co but they were unable to bring Champions League success to French sideMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
America's Got Talent stunt gone wrong seen for first time in terrifying video
Footage has been released of the horrific moment Jonathan Goodwin was almost killed after becoming sandwiched between two cars and falling on his head on America's Got Talent: ExtremeMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
TALK OF THE TOWN: Petra and fiance Sam Palmer sell their Grade II-listed £170million home
TALK OF THE TOWN: Petra and fiance Sam Palmer are selling their £170 million Chelsea home 'off-market' and have recorded a video offering a Through The Keyhole-style tour.Home | Daily Mail Online
Angry MPs 'left in dark' over personal security overhaul in run-up to David Amess' death
MPs have said they have no idea how a new security alarm works after it was revealed devices in their homes were altered by workmen the day Sir David Amess was stabbed to deathMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Oisin Murphy seals third jockeys’ title on Champions Day at Ascot after thrilling William Buick battle
Oisin Murphy admitted relief was his overriding emotion after he was crowed champion jockey for the third successive season on Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Defiant MPs keep their constituency surgeries open amid debate over police guards
Dr Kieran Mullan, the Tory MP for Crewe and Nantwich, tweeted: 'Surgery today, we must not let people force us to do things differently. David would not have wanted that.'Home | Daily Mail Online
Bull review – a gangland revenge shocker with Neil Maskell on vicious form
You don’t expect soft from Maskell and you don’t get it, in Paul Andrew Williams’s queasy criminal underworldPaul Andrew Williams’s revenge nightmare is a stomach-turningly violent gangland shocker that returns this film-maker to territory he first staked out with his 2006 feature debut, the lowlife thriller London to Brighton. There are brilliant moments here, and Bull is arguably as good as, say, Shane Meadows’s much-admired Dead Man’s Shoes, in a similarly relentless vein. But I have to admit to finding the female characters less interesting than they were in London to Brighton – and opinions might divide about the ending here, which the movie both telegraphs in advance and yet also diverts your attention away from, with a shuffling of the timeline.Neil Maskell stars as the titular Bull, and for those of us who have enjoyed this actor’s powerfully charismatic and disturbing performances in the past, particularly in Ben Wheatley’s films, the casting should tip you off. You don’t expect anything soft and relaxing from Maskell, and you don’t get it. Bull used to be a London gangland enforcer working for Norm (David Hayman), who, among many unsavoury concerns, runs a dodgy butcher’s business forcing food suppliers to accept his dodgy meat. Norm and the rest of his crew, including Marco (Jason Milligan), Gary (Kevin Harvey) and Beardy (David Nellist), are sometimes to be found in a greasy spoon, wearing hi-vis tabards, indicating some sort of building-trade front. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Gas could be diverted from factories to heat homes, hospitals if there is a severe winter shortage
Government officials are examining the contingency plans as gas prices soar. Britain relies on constant supplies of gas and has only enough storage capacity to meet demand for four or five winter days.Home | Daily Mail Online
I'd rather go on holiday with Boris Johnson than Keir Starmer, say voters
Boris Johnson comes out top when voters are asked who they prefer to be Prime Minister, by 42 per cent to 33 per cent; and while 47 per cent of voters think Mr Johnson would be best to go for a drink.Home | Daily Mail Online
Heathrow Airport's price hikes to airlines 'could put £100 on the price of a family break'
Ex-British Airways boss Willie Walsh's warning comes as Heathrow wants to increase the charges airlines pay to use the airport by more than 90 per cent from January - from £19.36 to £37.63.Home | Daily Mail Online
Friends fear MP Sir David Amess was targeted because he was a devout Catholic
Yesterday, Douglas Cracknell, chairman of Leigh-on-Sea council, said Sir David's devout faith was well-known to locals, who said they feared it could have provided the motive for his murder.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sealiway: 12-1 outsider wins Champion Stakes at Ascot with Adayar and Mishriff outside top three
Sealiway sprang a 12-1 surprise in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot as the big two, Adayar and Mishriff, finished out of the first three.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Tragic David Amess admitted his family 'pay big price' for being MP in unearthed clip
Tributes have poured in for Sir David with a video clip resurfacing from an amateur documentary produced by A-level student Alex Bright in 2011 where he spoke about his life as an MP and his family.Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
GPs and patients complain about Covid-19 booster jab chaos
Last week the Mail on Sunday revealed thousands of vulnerable patients from across Britain are having difficulties in securing a Covid booster shot. This week they tell their stories.Home | Daily Mail Online
PETER HITCHENS: We're in the Age of the Curfew - and there's no escape
PETER HITCHENS: Prepare to be confined to your home again. Prepare to be prevented from working and put on a state dole. Prepare to have your education trashed.Home | Daily Mail Online
Petra Ecclestone's luxury London home on market for £170million after she paid £60million
F1 tycoon Bernie Ecclestone's daughter Petra puts Sloane House in posh Kensington back on the market for nearly triple the price after giving it a glam makeoverMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
PETER HITCHENS: We need museums on Stalin's terror all over the world
PETER HITCHENS: A few pictures of the joint Nazi-Soviet victory parade on September 22, 1939, in Brest-Litovsk, might fit in well at the new galleries at London's Imperial War Museum.Home | Daily Mail Online
Savannah Marshall declares Claressa Shields ‘would not last two minutes’ in huge showdown after Muzeya TKO
Savannah Marshall successfully defended her world middleweight title with a second-round stoppage of Lolita Muzeya in Newcastle.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Redheads are enjoying more romantic encounters, study finds
The academics from Charles University, Prague, discovered that redheaded women (file image) - but not men - reported greater sexual desire and activity over the past year.Home | Daily Mail Online
Will sensitivity readers make all books so woke that no one will enjoy them again?
Matthew Broberg-Moffitt, who is 'gender queer' and of 'non-binary identity', suffers from autism, learning disorders and narcolepsy. He is one of about 50 sensitivity experts at the Salt & Sage agency.Home | Daily Mail Online
Spain's Juan Carlos to plead Crown Immunity to dismiss claims he sent spies to Britain to harass ex
Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, based in London and Shropshire, is taking the so-called 'King Emeritus' to the High Court, alleging he mounted an eight-year campaign of intimidation.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sir David Amess: Two London properties raided by police in connection with MP's death
Officers are doing background checks on the suspect and examining any potential links with jihadist groups, but initial investigations suggest he was not known to counter-terror cops or security servicesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Treasury officials accuse Boris Johnson of 'economic illiteracy' over his eco plans
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has become increasingly concerned that inflationary pressures building up in the economy could force the Bank of England to raise interest rates -boosting Government bills.Home | Daily Mail Online
Chinese prisoners given electric shocks on their genitals and inmates punishment chair for two weeks
A former Chinese police officer, who can be identified only as Jiang, 39, has disclosed how they beat, brutalised and tortured scores of Uighur muslims.Home | Daily Mail Online
From The War Below to Wolf Hall: The best on demand TV to watch this week
It's 1915 on the Western Front. Stalemate is leading to a bloody war of attrition in the trenches: something's got to give.Home | Daily Mail Online
The Last Duel review: It's only when Jodie Comer takes center stage that the film comes alive
More than 40 years ago, Ridley Scott made his cinematic debut with The Duellists, about two French cavalry officers locked in an endless round of duels during the Napoleonic Wars.Home | Daily Mail Online
Stephen Hough album review: His reticence does Chopin's genius a huge service
Like a lot of us, I keep wondering how I could have frittered away all that time during lockdown.Home | Daily Mail Online
PIERS MORGAN: Charles's Aston Martin is powered by cheese and wine... Aren't we all!
Prince Charles has revealed his 50-year-old Aston Martin is now powered by cheese and wine.Home | Daily Mail Online