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UFO’s branded ‘security threat’ by ex-Navy official ahead of bombshell Pentagon report
A FORMER US Navy pilot has shared he spotted hundreds of UFOs in restricted airspace, warning they are a "security threat".UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Wales to allow pints inside pubs for first time in five months
Buying an alcoholic drink inside a pub, bar or restaurant has not been allowed in since December 4London News | London Evening Standard -...
Pfizer and Moderna jabs may 'stop future pandemics' by blocking animal viruses
Some jabs in our current arsenal may help to stop another pandemic getting off the ground, according to exciting new researchMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Gurkhas 'capture terrified IS fighters after threatening to use famous knives'
Up to a dozen terrorist gunmen were reportedly captured when Gurkha soldiers in a British special forces team drew their famous kukri knives during a raid on a terrorist "safe house" in SyriaMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Jab teams in Indian variant-hit Bolton defy official advice and roll out crisis doses for the young
Bolton has the unenviable title of capital of the Indian variant outbreak. Cases in the town are running at about 200 per 100,000 - with Erewash in Derbyshire next highest on 163.Home | Daily Mail Online
RAF pilots are issued with a fleet of 15mph e-scooters to commute from their quarters to work
Personnel at RAF Marham in Norfolk have been using the e-scooters to make the three-mile journey from their living quarters to work at the base.Home | Daily Mail Online
Hunters face a total ban on bringing big game trophies back to the UK
Campaigners fear a 'blood money' exemption could allow hunters to still ship trophies if they pay towards conservation. The Environment Secretary is said to have ruled that out.Home | Daily Mail Online
Boris Johnson told his Cabinet he does not want 'another Chilcot Inquiry'
An insider said the Prime Minister wanted Covid to be 'fresh in people's minds when they are interviewed' for the inquiry. Another warned it 'will be a lawyer-fest'.Home | Daily Mail Online
GPs hit back at plans for them to see patients face to face again
Several Local Medical Committees - groups that represent grassroots GPs across the UK - wrote to members late on Friday urging them to reject the new guidance.Home | Daily Mail Online
Princess Michael of Kent, 76, is 'ill with blood clots' months after suffering Covid
The royal, 76, who is married to the Queen's first cousin Prince Michael of Kent, has been reportedly been unwell with blood clots for nearly a month and has 'sought medical attention'.Home | Daily Mail Online
England's oldest pub will join 40,000 others in opening its doors tomorrow as restrictions are eased
Tomorrow, the Royal Standard of England, in Buckinghamshire, will join 40,000 other pubs in throwing open its ancient doors to punters once more as lockdown rules are relaxed.Home | Daily Mail Online
All the rules changing on Monday in Stage 3 of lockdown exit roadmap
Monday (17 May) marks the start of stage three of the government’s roadmap for unlocking, with hospitality venues set to reopen indoors, relaxations to restrictions on outdoor gatherings, weddings having bigger guest lists and sporting venues and theatres welcoming back spectators.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Princess Michael of Kent ‘suffering’ with blood clots in ‘worrying time’ for family
PRINCESS Michael of Kent has been been recovering for almost a month after being diagnosed with blood clots.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
DAN HODGES: Labour cares more about Palestinians than Red Wall voters
DAN HODGES: Concerns of the working men and women of Redcar and Cleveland come second to the concerns of the terrorists of the Gaza Strip.Home | Daily Mail Online
Voice of the People: 'Incompetent PM's delay on Indian variant is reckless'
If it feels like you've heard this one before, it's because you have - yet again, despite warnings and scientific advice, the Prime Minister has been to slow to tackle the latest Covid threat and we may all pay the priceMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Sacked SAS star Ant Middleton hits back at 'inappropriate comments' reports
The TV hardman was unceremoniously dropped by Channel 4 earlier this year amid allegations that he made "inappropriate comments" to female staff – allegations he strenuously deniesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Republican Arizona election official says Trump "unhinged"
The Republican now leading the Arizona county elections department targeted by a GOP audit of the 2020 election results is slamming former President Donald Trump and others in his party for their continued falsehoods about how the election was runThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Rape victims will have their phones returned by police within 24 hours
The Government proposals will standardise the return of devices to victims within 24 hours. The aim is to cut the number of complainants dropping out of investigations before trial.Home | Daily Mail Online
Chrissy Teigen attempts to keep a low profile at Disneyland amid explosive cyber-bullying scandal
Outspoken model Chrissy Teigen is currently under fire for a resurfaced barrage of cyber-bullying tweets which have prompted many to call for her to be 'cancelled,' despite apologizingHome | Daily Mail Online
Protesters in major US cities decry airstrikes over Gaza
Pro-Palestinian protesters took to the streets of Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia and other U.S. cities Saturday to demand an end to Israeli airstrikes over the Gaza StripThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
EastEnders's Paul Nicholls 'fears he will die' from harrowing drug addiction if he doesn't get clean
The actor, 42, revealed on Saturday during an emotional interview that he once 'feared he would die' from his drug addiction as he discussed his four-day relapse last year.Home | Daily Mail Online
ITV axes Birds Of A Feather as Pauline Quirke flies the nest
Co-stars Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph, who play Tracey Stubbs and Dorien Green in the sitcom, hoped last year's Christmas special would convince TV chiefs to commission a new series.Home | Daily Mail Online
Boris pledges to deliver 1million Covid jabs A DAY to fight Indian variant
The Prime Minister is stepping up the vaccine rollout as pressure continues to grow over his delay in restricting travel to and from India last month.Home | Daily Mail Online
Tory MPs vow to stop Boris Johnson being suspended from the House of Commons by rejecting watchdog
One senior Tory last night said the Prime Minister's 'mandate from the British people' could not be overturned by a standards inquiry.Home | Daily Mail Online
Love Island latest signing rumoured to be fashion influencer Aimee-Rose Francis
Fashion influencer Aimee-Rose is said to be heading to the villa in search of love for the long-awaited upcoming seventh season of the hit ITV reality romance showMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
North Carolina jury awards $75m to brothers wrongly convicted of 1983 murder
Henry McCollum and Leon Brown spent decades in jail before DNA evidence cleared them of the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girlA jury in a North Carolina federal civil rights case has awarded $75m to two, intellectually disabled half-brothers who spent decades behind bars after being wrongfully convicted in the 1983 rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl.The eight-person jury on Friday decided Henry McCollum and Leon Brown, who are both Black, should received $31m each in compensatory damages, $1m for every year spent in prison, the News & Observer reported. The jury also awarded them $13m in punitive damages. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Women 'will suffer most' if we go back to the office every day, boss of Aviva insurance warns
Chief executive of Aviva, Amanda Blanc, has warned that ordering employees back to workplaces full-time risks damaging the careers of mothers and 'puts the female agenda back'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Three police injured and 20 arrested as Rangers fans celebrate in Glasgow
Thousands of Rangers fans took to the streets despite warnings against gathering due to the pandemic.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Hated games that are actually good
Readers name the games they think don’t deserve their bad reputation, from Fallout 76 to DmC Devil May Cry.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
The Last Of Us Part 2 is a terrible video game in more ways than one – Reader’s Feature
A reader argues that while the storytelling in The Last Of Us Part 2 is good the lack of interactivity makes it a poor video game.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Why Resident Evil Village has set a new survival horror standard – Reader’s Feature
A reader is so impressed by Resident Evil Village he proclaims it the best of the series and the best game Capcom has ever made.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Starmer's aide Baroness Chapman is considering legal action over claim she is banned from his home
The Mail on Sunday learned last night that Baroness Chapman had 'sought legal advice' over the suggestion that she was not welcome in the Starmer family home.Home | Daily Mail Online
Marcus Rashford 'has split from Lucia Loi after eight year relationship'
The footballer, 23, and Lucia Loi, also 23, are thought to have called it quits earlier this year, according to The Sun.Home | Daily Mail Online
ANNA MIKHAILOVA: 'Randy' Tory MP Rob Roberts is facing suspension in sext scandal
ANNA MIKHAILOVA: I can reveal the parliamentary watchdog has concluded her probe into North Wales MP Rob 'Randy' Roberts and is poised to suspend him from the Commons.Home | Daily Mail Online
Craig McLachlan's defiant partner speaks out on his acquittal ahead of Seven's tell-all interview
Craig McLachlan's first tell-all interview since being acquitted of indecent assault and assault charges in December will premiere on Sunday night.Home | Daily Mail Online
Top Gun to James Bond - all the new movies you can finally see as cinemas reopen
Hundreds of cinemas are braced to rake in millions of pounds at box-office with Odeon, Vue, Showcase, Curzon and Everyman reopening on MondayMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
More than 600 medics demand end to the 'pills in the post' abortion scheme
More than 600 medics have demanded that Boris Johnson end the controversial 'pills in the post' abortion scheme introduced at the start of lockdown.Home | Daily Mail Online
Donald Trump savaged on Twitter following 2020 election rant – ‘Tragic sad little man’
DONALD TRUMP has been fiercely mocked by Twitter users after sharing a statement claiming the 2020 Presidential Election was "the crime of the century".UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Great drain robbery! Thirty manhole covers are stolen from a road in Kent
Thirty manhole covers have been stolen from a road in Kent. The metal lids were taken last week from Knoll Lane in Ashford, say police hunting the thieves.Home | Daily Mail Online
International experts ratchet pressure on China to probe the Covid lab leak theory
In a highly significant move, 18 scientists from the world's top universities, including Cambridge, Harvard and Yale, have demanded further investigations into the origins of the pandemic.Home | Daily Mail Online
Child reporter who scored exclusive interview with President Barack Obama aged just 11 dies aged 23
Damon Weaver who interviewed former President Barack Obama has died at the age of 23. Weaver was just 11-years-old when he interviewed the president in August 2009.Home | Daily Mail Online
Charles 'wants to give public greater access to royal palaces' when he's king
The Prince of Wales is said to want to make changes when he succeeds the throne from his mother the Queen, and among them is making more private spaces publicMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Palace aides ‘want Harry and Meghan to give up royal titles’ after podcast comments
Comes after prince criticised Prince Charles’ parenting style, as well as the Queen and Prince Philip’sThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...