EastEnders fans want online gambling limits after addict Kush Kazemi loses home
Federal agencies racing to strip rights from civil servants before Biden administration
Just before the election the president instituted a sweeping reorganization of the federal workforce designed to make it easier to fire career civil servants, and agencies are racing to meet a deadline for the orderThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Afghan pilot who saved Americans hiding from Taliban after US denies plea for refuge
The pilot reportedly killed more Taliban fighters than anyone else in the Afghan Air ForceThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
GCSE and A-level pupils will be told what is on their exam papers in advance
Some UK students could be given grades with asterisks next to them to indicate to higher education colleges that they should look kindly on certain applicants.Home | Daily Mail Online
Laurence Fox launches new party to fight ‘WAR ON WOKE’ – ‘We’re not on our own side!’
LAURENCE FOX has explained his decision to launch a new political party to fight against "woke ideology".UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
The next gen and PS5 has priced me out of being a gamer – Reader’s Feature
A reader laments the fact that he can’t afford a PS5 or its games and wonders whether a gaming PC is his only other option.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Coronavirus live news: Brazil records nearly 600 deaths; Victoria goes 30 days without new cases
Brazil records nearly 52,000 daily new cases; more than 150 arrested in UK anti-lockdown protests; Australian state of Victoria records no new cases and no deathsUK: Angry Tory MPs turn on Gove after ‘overwhelmed NHS’ claims Shops reopen in France as national lockdown eases Australia’s Covid vaccines: everything you need to know Melbourne emerges to a season of hope and relief 12.49am GMT The Australian government is extending one of the measures it put in place to try and arrest the economic damage from the Covid-19 pandemic - although at a reduced rate.The Coalition government extended its Homebuilder scheme until March – when its main stimulus measures, the wage subsidy jobkeeper and the additional Covid supplement to the unemployment benefit, jobseeker, are also due to expire.The renewed Homebuilder scheme aims to provide a boost to the construction industry, with eligible home builders entitled to a $15,000 grant towards the cost of the build. That’s reduced from $25,000 from when the scheme was first launched earlier this year, but the cap for eligible homes has increased. The three-month extension is expected to see an additional 15,000 homes built on top of the 27,000 homes predicted to be supported by the scheme.House construction is down in Australia; while 170,000 new homes were built in the last financial year, the Treasury predicts, even with the government scheme, only 140,000 homes will be constructed in the current financial year. 12.43am GMT Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live coverage of the coronavirus outbreak.Here are the latest developments: Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Sports Direct chief Mike Ashley accused of playing games over loan to rescue Philip Green's Arcadia
Sir Philip's Arcadia Group, which is owned by his wife Tina, is expected to call in administrators tomorrow morning, putting the future of up to 500 shops and 13,000 jobs in jeopardy.Home | Daily Mail Online
Grandma, 82, slapped with £75 fine after dropping piece of tissue on pavement
Margaret Newton, 82, was shopping with her grandson Mark when she was stopped by two environmental protection officers in Windsor - now she faces a fine as big as her weekly pensionMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
RAF fighter jets scrambled to intercept Russian military aircraft over North Sea
Typhoons were launched after two Tu-142 Bear F planes used for anti-submarine warfare and maritime patrol were detected near UK airspaceMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Ferne McCann mystery boyfriend 'unmasked as multimillionaire businessman'
Ferne is said to have fallen for a property tycoon named Charlie Wilson – who is reportedly worth almost £30 million and featured on the Sunday Times Under 30s rich listMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Restaurant tycoon Richard Caring launches campaign to hand out 80,000 free meals to children
The owner of The Ivy brasserie chain and his wife Patricia said their Food From The Heart campaign will help feed children in poverty across the UK in December and into 2021.Home | Daily Mail Online
Daniel Dubois accused of ‘quitting’ by Carl Frampton after loss to Joe Joyce
Dubois took a knee and couldn’t respond to the referee’s count of 10 in first professional defeatThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Strictly's Claudia Winkleman is the latest BBC star 'on seven figure sum'
After being chosen to replace Graham Norton as host of Radio 2's Saturday morning show, Claudia Winkleman is said to have been given a pay rise set to take her BBC earnings into seven figures.Home | Daily Mail Online
TALK OF THE TOWN: Wedding bells at last for model India Hicks
TALK OF THE TOWN: They've been together for nearly 25 years and have four children - and now former model India Hicks and partner David Flint Wood have at last decided to make it official.Home | Daily Mail Online
Etonians revolt after teacher sacked for daring to question feminist dogma on 'toxic masculinity'
Will Knowland, who taught English at the £42,500-a-year school in Berkshire for nine years, was dismissed over a lesson which questioned current radical feminist orthodoxy.Home | Daily Mail Online
Why have Boris's tiers gone down like a dry cough on a busy train? Asks SARAH VINE
SARAH VINE: No doubt like many of you, I have spent the last few days trying to get my head around the Government's latest response to coronavirus.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election
Pennsylvania’s highest court has thrown out a lower court’s order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on its Nov. 3 election ballotThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
TALK OF THE TOWN: Jeremy Paxman makes a tidy £500,000 profit on his Notting Hill love nest
TALK OF THE TOWN: When Jeremy Paxman split up from the mother of his three children and later embarked on a relationship with Canadian Jillian Taylor, the couple lived at his Notting Hill flat.Home | Daily Mail Online
Joe Joyce ‘ready’ for world title fight against Oleksandr Usyk after stopping Daniel Dubois
Joe Joyce believes he is ready for a world title fight against Oleksandr Usyk, after upsetting Daniel Dubois in Saturday night’s British heavyweight clash at Church House.London News | London Evening Standard -...
TALK OF THE TOWN: Sarah Jessica Parker shows she's just as well-heeled as shoe fan Carrie Bradshaw
TALK OF THE TOWN: In the iconic TV series Sex And The City, Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw was notorious for her love of Manolo Blahnik heels.Home | Daily Mail Online
TALK OF THE TOWN: Fitness guru Joe Wicks sheds £4.4million on his dream home
TALK OF THE TOWN: The fitness guru moved his family into a luxury five-bedroom property in August and has teased his millions of Instagram fans with a glimpse of the interior.Home | Daily Mail Online
British ISIS jihadist at Syrian prison camp demands return to the UK for 'rehabilitation'
Aseel Muthana left Wales for Syria in 2013, aged 17, following his brother Nasser and another friend in joining the jihadist group. Now, he is saying he should be allowed to return to the UK.Home | Daily Mail Online
Britain will announce no-deal Brexit NEXT WEEK unless the EU concedes warns Downing Street
DOWNING STREET sources have warned the UK could be a week away from trade talks with the EU breaking down.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Things are looking up for oil, but Opec can't uncross its fingers just yet
Despite good vaccine news and price rises, the cartel could still meet a few bumps in the road – some of them of its own makingWhen oil ministers from the world’s largest fossil-fuel nations meet via webcam this week to make decisions about the global oil market in 2021, they could be forgiven for indulging in a little early festive cheer.Oil prices have more than doubled since tumbling below $20 a barrel and hitting 21-year lows during “black April” – when Covid restrictions brought major economies to their knees, and caused what is thought to have been the worst month in the history of the oil industry. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Liz Jones's Diary: In which I wish I'd never met my idols
I took David's wretched, left-behind iPad to the Post Office.Home | Daily Mail Online
Susannah Taylor: A good night's sleep starts when you wake up
It's 3am. Your heart is pounding and the woes of the world are running through your mind like a Mad Hatter's tea party. Sound familiar?Home | Daily Mail Online
Horoscopes: Try to compromise this week, Sagittarius
Sagittarius 23 Nov-21 Dec A relationship issue will come to a head this week and this time there can be no pretending it doesn't exist.Home | Daily Mail Online