Why the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory is physically impossible
It is an unequivocal fact that 5G technology does not suppress your immune systemMetro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
March was the quietest month in A&E at NHS hospitals for a DECADE
Casualty departments in England recorded just 1.53million attendances last month, down 430,000 - 22 per cent - on February, according to data released by NHS England.Home | Daily Mail Online
ADVERTORIAL: How to look after your hearing while in lockdown
Hearing specialist Amplifon is offering free video tutorials, online hearing tests and an emergency service for those in needManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Chef demonstrates surreal chopping skills in hilarious spoof cookery video
YouTuber You Suck At Cooking demonstrated his incredibly unorthodox chopping techniques in a spoof instructional video. He turns brussel sprouts into peas and a pumpkin into oranges.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man jailed for coughing in paramedic’s face and saying ‘ha ha, you got it now’
Jonathan Brunsdon, 43, deliberately coughed in the medic's face after telling him he had coronavirus.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
NHS figures show 92% of coronavirus victims in England are over-60
NHS England data reveals 40 per cent of those who were killed by COVID-19 in England were in their 60s and 70s. More than half - 52 per cent - were 80 years old or over.Home | Daily Mail Online
Markets poised for Opec decision as US jobless data looms - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news as investors wait for a deal between oil producers, and prepare for another 5 million US jobless claims 10.42am BST US stock futures suggest we won’t see the same market rally experienced by major indexes on Wednesday (when both the S&P and Dow closed higher by more than 3%). 10.26am BST British companies have scrapped £25bn of shareholder payouts, or one-third of the dividends, expected by investors during the rest of 2020, as they attempt to preserve cash during the coronavirus crisis.An unprecedented number of firms, representing 45% of Britain’s biggest public companies, have already axed their scheduled investor payouts or are due to do so, according to the financial data firm Link Group. Related: £25bn in dividends axed as UK companies hunker down Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Banks blocking online shopping supermarket payments leaving many without food
Dozens of customers - many of whom are vulnerable - have had their payments blocked in the past fortnight, leaving them without access to essential supplies such as bread and milkMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Coronavirus doctor's moving picture awaiting first patients at NHS Nightingale
Professor Richard Schilling, Deputy Clinical Director at the new COVID-19 hospital in east London, said he found the image of him "sad" and 'wished he didn't have to be there'Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Russian ballet dancers perform routines inside their houses amid coronavirus lockdown
Dancers from St Petersburg's Mikhailovsky Theatre performed sections from popular ballets including Don Quixote and Giselle from home amid the country's lockdown.Home | Daily Mail Online
Prankster, 33, left terribly disfigured after pouring gasoline onto barbecue at friend’s party
Charles Dittler, 33, said he thought he was'burning alive' when the skin on the entire top half of his body - including his arms and face - were set on fire after being doused in flaming hot gas.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Police call for more powers to fine people driving to second homes
At least five chief constables are said to be backing more stringent restrictions and clearer rules, including legislation to enforce the order to limit exercise for Britons during the coronavirus pandemic.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fifteen pensioners dead after coronavirus sweeps through care home
Five of those who passed away at the Castletroy Residential Home in Luton tested positive for the respiratory disease, while the others have not been tested.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
New rules introduce three-month payment holiday for credit cards and loans
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has put in place new rules from today to support those financially hit during coronavirusManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Wolves players and staff make six-figure donation to NHS in fight against coronavirus
The sum, which will assist three hospitals - New Cross Hospital, West Park Hospital and Cannock Chase Hospital - as well as several community and primary care trusts in the area.Home | Daily Mail Online
Son's relief as mum, 98, returns to beloved dogs after beating coronavirus
Daphne Shah was diagnosed with Covid-19 at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee after she started suffering from a high temperature, persistent cough and breathing difficultiesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Princess Eugenie thanks NHS staff at Royal London Hospital for 'all they are doing'
Princess Eugenie, 29, has taken to Instagram to thank NHS staff at Royal London Hospital emergency department for all they do. It comes after she donated lots of fresh fruit and vegetables.Home | Daily Mail Online
Intensive care nurses on coronavirus ward burst into round of applause to thank Britons
NHS staff have been filmed on an intensive care coronavirus ward at West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven, Cumbria, thanking people for staying inside amid the lockdown by clapping.Home | Daily Mail Online
Coronavirus cure: Big Pharma boss outlines plan to develop alternative solution to vaccine
EFFECTIVE coronavirus vaccines may not be available until 2021 according to the CEO of a major pharmaceutical company developing an alternative cure.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Emily Maitlis blasts claims that coronavirus is a 'great leveller' of rich and poor
BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis claimed those most at risk of catching the coronavirus in Britain are in low-paid jobs such as bus drivers, nurses and care home workersHome | Daily Mail Online
The Nice guidelines on who to keep alive aren't pragmatic, they're discriminatory | Frances Ryan
The coronavirus pandemic response is normalising the notion that disabled lives are disposableIn a pandemic, triage starts long before some of us get sick. A new document issued by the British Medical Association (BMA) has set out guidance to ration treatment if the NHS becomes overwhelmed with coronavirus cases.The BMA suggests that in cases where ventilators are scarce, those facing poor prognosis could have the life-saving equipment taken away from them – even if their condition is improving – with younger and healthier patients given priority instead. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
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,...
Big supermarkets will close on Easter Sunday despite coronavirus pandemic
Large supermarkets are set to close this Sunday as the government refuses to change guidelines on closures for stores over 280sqm. Shoppers may face longer queues in the coming days as a result.Home | Daily Mail Online
Bizarre 150ft-wide sea creature with 'stinging stringy tentacles' spotted off the Australian coast
The animal is believed to be a siphonophore which appears to be a single animal but is actually made of several smaller organisms and was found by accident in Australia.Home | Daily Mail Online
BBC Proms tickets won't go on sale next month but bosses refuse to cancel
Bosses have hopes of still being able to run the festival as they refuse to cancel the summer season over coronavirusMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Government urges LondonLive Ofcom probe over David Icke coronavirus conspiracy
The Culture Secretary has called for Ofcom to probe LondonLive after notorious conspiracy theorist David Icke appeared on the channel and called coronavirus vaccines "fascism"Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Exactly what coronavirus Covid-19 does to the body - and how it attacks lungs
The George Washington University Hospital has released a startling video of how coronavirus Covid-19 damaged the lungs of a healthy 59-year-old and led to his deathMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
I don't think we should shake hands ever again after coronavirus pandemic is over, says Dr Fauci
Dr Fauci, the country's top virus specialist and a key adviser on the White House coronavirus response team, suggested the drastic change to Western-style greetings in an interview on Tuesday.Home | Daily Mail Online
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
Have Australia and New Zealand stopped Covid-19 in its tracks?
Southern hemisphere neighbours have developed different strategies but both are working – for nowCoronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Its more than 35,000km of coastline was always going to be Australia’s most potent weapon in the fight against coronavirus, but even so, the speed with which it was deployed was breathtaking.Without warning on Thursday 19 March, the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, announced “Australia is closing its borders to all-non citizens”, the ban effective from 9pm the next day. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Southampton are first Premier League club to reach wage agreement with players
The Saints have also confirmed that they will not use the Government's job retention scheme to furlough non-playing staff across the next three months amid the coronavirus pandemicMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
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,...
Morrisons adding 100,000 more food delivery boxes a week to help lockdown Brits
The food boxes are particularly suitable for vulnerable customers and key workers working tirelessly in the fight against Coronavirus. Morrisons has also started delivering them to local hospitals, care homes and sheltered accommodation for NHS and care workersMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
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