Government orders extra 40 million doses of Valneva Covid vaccine
Fury at holiday scare tactics: Matt Hancock urges public to limit travel to amber list countries
Despite international travel ban being lifted, ministers caused confusion by saying that most holidays should be avoided especially to those which are not featured on the Government's green list.Home | Daily Mail Online
MARK PALMER: Are you posh enough to crave a Fray Bentos steak pie?
The more things change, the more they remain the same. That seems to be the conclusion after a survey's findings last week about the telltale signs of poshness in modern Britain.Home | Daily Mail Online
The Chase star Mark Labbett shows off 10 stone weight loss in sharp suit
The Chase's Mark Labbett was inundated with compliments as fans praised his recent transformation after the ITV star has lost over 10 stone after completely overhauling his lifestyleMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Boris Johnson calls for ‘heavy dose of caution’ as hugs and holidays resume
Boris Johnson said everyone must play their part in keeping infection levels low.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Boris Johnson calls for 'heavy dose of caution' amid May 17 reopening
Boris Johnson has urged families to adopt a 'heavy dose of caution' with the ban on indoor socialising and hugs finally ending amid the emergence of the new Indian strain of coronavirus.Home | Daily Mail Online
Tory MP criticised for ‘racist’ tweet calling Israel protesters ‘primitive’
Michael Fabricant comment on a video showing clashes with police: 'These primitives are trying to bring to London what they do in the Middle East.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Liz Cheney calls her replacement Elise Stefanik ‘complicit’ in Trump’s ‘big lie’
The Wyoming congresswoman says millions of Trump supporters have been ‘misled’ by former presidentThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes review – playful paean to a musical pioneer
Experimental and inventive, Caroline Catz’s film paints a fond, intimate and arty portrait of the influential electronic musicianI hope films like Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes (BBC Four) will still have a home at the BBC after BBC Four becomes an archive-only channel, as is planned. I cannot imagine anything so wilfully arty sitting on a more mainstream channel. This is a wonderfully inventive piece of storytelling that celebrates the strange brilliance of a mysterious pioneer of electronic music. Even if it is not likely to bring in record audiences, it would be a crying shame if it were not on television.Knowing only a little about Derbyshire’s life before, and feeling much more illuminated afterwards, I think it makes sense that her story is told in this experimental style. It was originally a short film, written and directed by Caroline Catz, who has extended it to feature length. The result feels like several ideas spliced together, surprisingly effectively. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Boris Johnson pleads for caution as lockdown eases while Indian strain soars
Pubs and restaurants will be able to serve indoors, and hugging and foreign travel will be allowed again on Monday - despite fears over the spread of the Indian Covid variantMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Thomas Tuchel insists Chelsea are "strong enough" not to capitulate this season
Thomas Tuchel must lift the gloom after the FA Cup final heartbreak as Chelsea face "three cup finals" in the Premier League and in the Champions League final on May 29Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Tories 'failing to protect women and girls from violence', warns Labour
Shadow Justice Secretary David Lammy put forward plans for whole-life tariffs for those who rape, abduct and murder a stranger as part of a blueprint to protect victimsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Boris Johnson Ignoring 'Epidemic Of Misogyny', Says Labour
Boris Johnson is ignoring “an epidemic of misogyny”, Labour said, as the party unveiled its own strategy to end violence against women and girls. A government led by Keir Starmer would introduce whole life sentences for people who rape, abduct and murder strangers. It would also make misogyny a hate crime and jail those who identify sex offence victims. The policies form part of a detailed plan by Labour’s justice team, which has been published after the government failed to set out new legislation last week. Boris Johnson has been under pressure to act in the wake of the killing of Sarah Everard, but the Queen’s Speech outlining the PM’s agenda for this parliament, mentioned future “proposals” and no specific Bill. Everard’s kidnap and murder took place as the 33-year-old was walking home from a friend’s flat in March. It sparked an outpouring of anger and fresh demands for action. Labour’s plan includes making street harassment a specific offence and tougher sentences for stalking, rape and domestic killings. The ‘rape clause’ which forces women to disclose they have been raped to claim some benefits for a third child would end. There would also be “criminal sanctions” for tech executives who fail to remove misogynistic content from platforms. Labour’s strategy to end violence against women and girlsWhole life sentences for those who rape, abduct and murder strangersA new offence of street sexual harassmentTougher sentences for rape, stalking and domestic murder, and review sentencing for all domestic abuseMisogyny made a hate crime Criminal sanctions for tech executives who fail to remove misogynistic content from platformsPrison for those who identify an accuser of a sexual offenceA survivor’s support package to improve court experiencesTraining for teachers to help identify, respond to and support child victims of domestic abuse Funding improved support for Black, Asian, minority ethnic, LGBT+, disabled and migrant women.Scrapping the so-called ‘rape clause’ attached to some welfare claimsEnding the five-week wait for UC, to ensure domestic abuse survivors can access the support they needThe strategy would also include training on intersectionality and the experiences of Black, Asian, minority ethnic, LGBT+, disabled and migrant women targeted for violence and abuse.Shadow justice secretary, David Lammy, said: “The Conservatives are failing to protect women and girls from violent criminals, which should be one of the first duties of any government.“With record low conviction rates for perpetrators of sexual violence and an epidemic of misogyny that makes women and girls feel unsafe, this government is treating victims of violence as an afterthought.” Data from the Crown Prosecution Service last year revealed the number of people prosecuted and convicted for rape fell to the lowest level since records began, despite reports of rape doubling. Victims’ commissioner Vera Baird said in her annual report that the figures amount to the effective “decriminalisation of rape”. The PM is yet to publish a strategy to tackle violence against women and girls.Safeguarding minister Victoria Atkins said it will be published “later this year” and will take into account “hundreds of thousands of responses” from a public survey.“Violence against women and girls is an abhorrent crime that this government is doing everything in its power to address,” the Tory MP added.“Our landmark domestic abuse act strengthens protections for victims, whilst also tackling perpetrators at the earliest stage to ensure they feel the full force of the law.”Shadow domestic violence and safeguarding minister, Jess Phillips, however, said: “There have been too many warm words and far too little action from this government.”A Home Office spokesperson said: “Protecting women and girls from violence and abuse is a key priority for the government.“The police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will make sure that serious sexual offenders – including rapists – spend longer behind bars.“It will also further strengthen the regime for managing those who pose a risk of sexual harm, including by improving preventative tools such as sexual harm prevention and sexual risk orders.”Related...Watchdog Exonerates Police Over Sarah Everard Protest – After Speaking Only To Police‘Revenge Porn’ Ruined My Teen Years. Now I’m Fighting BackJess Philips Accuses Government Of 'Failing Young People' Over Sexual Abuse In SchoolsUK News and Opinion - The Huffington Post...
Boris Johnson urges ‘heavy caution’ as lockdown restrictions eased despite Indian variant
BORIS JOHNSON has urged Britons to show a "heavy dose of caution" as coronavirus restrictions are eased on Monday.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
EU warning: Crisis looms as bloc set to lose £675billion with 16.5million jobs at risk
AN eye-watering 16.5 MILLION jobs across Europe - including almost a quarter of Greece's entire workforce - are at risk if the tourist season does not restart this summer, a worrying new analysis has indicated.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Drink in freedom as lockdown eases and happy hours, hugs and holidays are back
As lockdown restrictions ease in England a government adviser has warned Britain is in a 'perilous moment' with at least 1,300 cases of the Indian variant in the UKMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Boris Johnson calls for 'heavy dose of caution' as lockdown eases
The Prime Minister said 'everyone must play their part' when rules on indoor socialising are relaxedManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Brazil city offers COVID immunization to all as part of test
As some Brazilian states strain to get coronavirus vaccines to complete immunizing their seniors, a city in the interior of Sao Paulo state devoted all its doses Sunday to a mass immunization for all residents 18 to 60 years old as part of a medical research project for the pandemicThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Chelsea 0-4 Barcelona: Emma Hayes' side suffer Champions League Final heartbreak
IAN HERBERT AT GALMA ULLEVI: Chelsea suffered heartbreak in the Champions League Final as they were demolished 4-0 by Barcelona.Home | Daily Mail Online
After 45 years, trainspotters wave goodbye to InterCity 125 at St Pancras
The InterCity 125 has taken its final journey on the main network after being part of British life since 1976. The historic farewell before it retired came at London St Pancras on Saturday.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sherlock star Mark Gatiss devastated as his dad Maurice dies aged 89
Sherlock star Mark Gatiss has shared his heartbreak over the death of his beloved dad Maurice, who passed away in hospital this week at the age of 89Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Trump critic Cheney cautions Jan. 6 riot could happen again
Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney is criticizing GOP colleagues for downplaying the Jan. 6 riot and condoning former President Donald Trump’s lies that the 2020 election was stolenThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Crews battle Los Angeles wildfire that forced evacuations
A smoky wildfire churning through a Los Angeles canyon community gained strength Sunday as about a thousand residents remained under evacuation ordersThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Strictly's Katya Jones looks worse for wear while enjoying a boozy birthday bash
Wearing a mini-dress and thigh-high black boots, the Russian dancer was spotted on the streets of Soho as she posed with a red handbag and a 'Dancing Queen' sign.Home | Daily Mail Online
Indonesians drown in boat disaster after the group rushed to one side for a selfie
The accident happened when all 20 passengers suddenly moved to the one side of the vessel to take a group photo on Saturday in the Boyolali regency on Java island.Home | Daily Mail Online
Is it just me? Or do calorie counts on menus leave a bad taste in your mouth? asks CLAUDIA CONNELL
Restaurants across the UK will be displaying calories on menus from next April. Claudia Connell who has been counting the days until she can eat inside a restaurant, argues people can assess their own risks.Home | Daily Mail Online
Second dad named 'hero' after he 'punched and headbutted' attacker near school
Chris Broadley and Kayfee Hameed both intervened in an attack at Berwick Hills Primary School in MiddlesboroughMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Elsa McAlonan's Beauty Upgrades: How to nourish hair with the new luxe shampoo bars
Elsa McAlonan picks out a selection of the best shampoo bars for leaving hair nourished and clean. The British beauty expert also reveals the product Alesha Dixon uses to boost colour and shine.Home | Daily Mail Online
Thiago Silva's message to Chelsea stars after FA Cup final defeat
Chelsea go into Tuesday's game with Leicester City knowing they run the risk of missing out on Champions League qualification, with Liverpool, Spurs and West Ham lying in waitMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Elon Musk hints Tesla may have DUMPED the rest of its Bitcoin holdings in cryptic tweet
Tesla bought about $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin back in February, around the time it announced it would accept the cryptocurrency as payment for its products.Home | Daily Mail Online
Party dressing for the pub: It's all about piling on the glamour
Shane Watson shares advice for celebrating the easing of restrictions on indoor dining at restaurants in England by embracing the Doubling Up Dressing trend.Home | Daily Mail Online
Soundtrack to murder: For the first time, a gangland 'drill' track is at Number One
Russ Millions calls himself 'the King of Drill' and also goes by the stage name 'Russ Splash' - as we've seen, 'splash' is yet another slang word for 'stab'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Barcelona deal Chelsea stunning 4-0 defeat to claim Women's Champions League
Emma Hayes' side crumbled in the first half and couldn't recover as Barcelona proved too much for Chelsea. The win comes just one week since the Spanish club claimed the Primera Division trophyMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mourners line streets to pay tribute to fund-raising hero, nine, killed by lightning at football
A parade of about 100 vehicles drove along Blackpool's promenade today in honour of tragic Jordan Banks who was killed by a lightning strike as he played football last week.Home | Daily Mail Online
DR MAX PEMBERTON: Why I fear Harry's had too much therapy
Prince Harry spoke about his need to leave the Royal Family last week. Dr Max Pemberton says he is starting to embody the characteristics of those who've had too much therapy.Home | Daily Mail Online
After Bridgerton, The Pursuit Of Love unveils another heart-throb to set pulses racing
As Bridgerton fans dry their tears over news that Rege-Jean Page will not be appearing as the Duke of Hastings, they might be consoled by the advent of a new duke - Fabrice, Duc de Sauveterre.Home | Daily Mail Online
Police: Woman kills her 2 kids with meat cleaver in Arizona
Police say a woman threatened to stab her husband over an argument about money to move to Japan before she allegedly killed their two children with a meat cleaver in a suburban Phoenix apartmentThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
As wellness retreats reopen, writers try the packages designed to banish a year of pandemic blues
Spas across England where overnight stays are permitted have had a flood in enquiries. Five writers share their experience of trying the latest treatments in totally private spa suites.Home | Daily Mail Online
Can an affair make a marriage stronger? One couple share their story of bonding after betrayal
Mark Daniel, 62, had six affairs and his wife Christine, 59 had a one-night stand. Couple who live in Northumberland reveal how infidelity brought them closer to each other.Home | Daily Mail Online
LIZ HOGGARD joyfully celebrates: The utter bliss of a best friend's hug
Liz Hoggard went viral last year after penning an article about not having human touch. As restrictions in England are eased, she shares reuniting with her best friend Helen.Home | Daily Mail Online
Action plan: Nigel Colborn's essential jobs for your garden this week
Nigel Colborn says it will soon be safe to plant dahlias outside if the mild weather continues. British gardening expert advises protecting young plants with horticultural fleece if temperature falls below 2c.Home | Daily Mail Online
Thyme for sage advice: Home-grown herbs are best for fragrance and flavour
Nigel Colborn says lavenders, thymes and oregano are as pretty and fragrant as the finest garden plants. He shares his expert advice for growing herbs in UK gardens.Home | Daily Mail Online
'I'm hired because of my age - not in spite of it': Trailblazer changing the face of fashion
Stephanie Grainger, 68, from Yorkshire, has starred in campaigns for Whistles, Space NK and MAC Cosmetics. She says industry is far more diverse and less cliquey than when she started out.Home | Daily Mail Online
Rabbi needs hospital treatment after attack outside synagogue
Essex Police confirmed that the incident was not linked to wider pro-Palestine protests that have occurred over the weekend.London News | London Evening Standard -...