Leroy Sane praises Man City and two former Blues teammates
Coronavirus: Government to give 11,000 iPads to care homes so residents can speak to families
<p>Tablets will ‘stop spread of virus by reducing unnecessary visits’, say officials</p>The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Stunning footage shows the Hindenburg Disaster in vivid color
More than 80 years after the Hindenburg Disaster in Lakehurst, New Jersey, shocked the world in 1937, newly altered footage of the shows the frightening crash in vivid color and with higher qualityHome | Daily Mail Online
Coronavirus: Cardiff and Swansea get ready for lockdown
By Sunday evening, 1.5 million people - almost half of Wales' population - will be locked down.UK - BBC News
Details of the arrival of Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's baby 'leak'
Gigi and Zayn announced last week that they had welcomed their first baby together. Now sources claim to have details of the happy arrival - including the birth date.Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Drinkers head out in force before 10pm curfew as a QUARTER of Britain is locked down
Punters were spotted descending on trendy Soho in the West End of London as well as in Leeds (pictured) on a bitter evening across the UK.Home | Daily Mail Online
Sergeant Matt Ratana 'killer' revived by doctors after 'dying' in hospital
The 23-year-old is accused of shooting Matt Ratana in a custody suite at a police station in Croydon, south London, before shooting himself. He remains in critical condition in hospitalMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Tell your MP to back the Mail on Sunday's Save Our Family Farms campaign
Some of Britain's most recognisable faces have joined the Mail on Sunday's war on toxic US food and we're now calling on our readers to do the same.Home | Daily Mail Online
Chloe Sims and Pete Wicks 'became secret lovers and have now fallen out'
This could explain the frosty relationship between the pair that has allegedly been disrupting TOWIE filming – with all the drama set to explode in front of ITV camerasMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Cambridge's Dutch-style roundabout: Why all the fuss?
Why is this traffic feature so controversial - and where is next in line for one?UK - BBC News
As rent day looms, it's the landlords' turn to be worried
With new restrictions cutting takings at shops and restaurants, property owners see little chance of collecting all rents dueLate-night revellers and publicans may not the be the only ones ruing the latest restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. A shift back to working from home and orders to close pubs and restaurants by 10pm will not help refill the coffers of landlords set to miss out on £4.5bn in rent between mid-March and the end of the year.“The restrictions imposed this week represent a step back in economic recovery and will negatively affect businesses in most sectors. While we feel the restrictions are fairly minor, we do think they will cause a reduction in the amount of rent we are able to collect,” says Mark Jarrett, head of property management at Colliers International. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Stop being unrealistic: David Frost warns Brussels 'time is short' - give us Brexit NOW
A FINAL agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union is "very much possible" yet "far from certain", Britain's chief negotiator warned as he urged Brussels to abandon impossible demands.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Coronavirus live updates: global death toll nears 1m, Australian state of Victoria set to ease restrictions
France records more than 14,000 new Covid cases; Colombia passes 800,000 infections; Saudi Arabia plans to resume tourist visas by early 2021. Follow latest updatesBoris Johnson faces revolt over forcing through Covid measures Australia: ‘We should not pretend everybody is suffering equally’ Ex-care home bosses charged over dozens of Covid deaths in MassachusettsWhy dogs might be a Covid tester’s best friendSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.03am BST First, a catch up from APP on the latest developments in the Australian state of Victoria.Victoria has woken up with a new health minister but Melburnians’ minds are on what freedoms are about to return to their restricted lives.“I am disappointed that my integrity has sought to be undermined.I am deeply sorry for the situation that Victorians find themselves in. 12.03am BST Hello and welcome to this coronavirus live blog with me, Helen Davidson.Global deaths are nearing 1 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker. Currently they stand at 990,977, with the United States recording around 20% of fatalities worldwide (204,446). Brazil is the second worst affected country (140,537), with India in third (93,379). Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Activists protest ban on distributing food to migrants in Calais
Charities and human rights groups said officials had failed to provide basic servicesAbout 250 human rights activists have protested in the northern French port of Calais against a local ban on distributing food to migrants in the city centre.Members of about 70 charities and rights groups also on Saturday denounced what they say is the failure of local officials to provide even basic services to the migrants living in and around the city. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Liz Jones's Diary: In which P gets even more needy
Hmm. Yeah. Am not sure… P didn't react to my mistakenly sending him a text meant for Nic, saying, 'Oh well, at least I got three columns out of him.'Home | Daily Mail Online
Sturgeon plot TORN APART: Independence 'Plan B' dismissed immediately - 'Ask all you want'
THE SNP's latest plot to force Scottish independence by framing a victory in next year's Holyrood elections as a mandate to begin negotiations with Westminster has been dismissed by a pro-Union campaigner.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Susannah Taylor: This exercise class is so much fun
Feeling that you were no good at sports at school sticks with you. My PE teacher's words - 'Susie, you are not a runner' - rang in my ears until I was 35Home | Daily Mail Online
This is what resilience looks like: But from the pandemic came hope - and humanity
The pandemic changed all our lives in an instant. But as these stories of courage and adaptability reveal, from crisis came hope - and humanityHome | Daily Mail Online
'I never said I was perfect' Mrs Hinch talks about the 'darker side' of her rise to fame
She's tidying her way to nearly four million followers and counting. But behind the perfectly polished posts, MRS HINCH found herself plagued by terrifying anxiety.Home | Daily Mail Online
Mothers & daughters: 'Maternal instinct told me I had to rescue my child'
When her daughter Laura fell ill at university, Nicola Nuttall knew something was very wrong, though no one was prepared for the cause: multiple brain tumours.Home | Daily Mail Online
Labour ahead of Tories in polls for first time since Johnson became PM
<p>Most voters believe Sir Keir Starmer is ready to be prime minister, survey finds</p>The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Warning: coronavirus statistics can damage understanding
<p>It was good that the Vallance and Whitty double act was back last week. We should see them every week, writes John Rentoul</p>The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
If Boris Johnson really plans to ‘level up’ the country, why won’t he explain how he will do it?
<p><strong>POLITICS EXPLAINED</strong> Not a single benchmark for success or failure has been unveiled – and, on schools and housing, ministers risk going backwards, writes Rob Merrick</p>The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
‘I could make much more progress if I was a little better off’: Van Gogh’s quirky letters reveal his ongoing financial struggles
<p>In this selection of Van Gogh’s letters we see the struggling genius laying himself bare and worrying about that internal bane of artists, money. Reagan Upshaw writes</p>The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Celebrate Google’s birthday with 22% off all devices for one day only
Just for today, 27th September, to celebrate Google’s 22nd birthday the electronic brand is offering a discount across popular devices - which is perfect timing for Christmas presentsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
SNP erupts in furious attack on 'reckless' Tories acting like 'Margaret Thatcher in 1980s'
THE SNP has accused the Government of making a "deliberate choice" to allow unemployment to increase "just like Margaret Thatcher did in the 1980s".UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Freedom of speech fear: Boris warned crackdown online is ‘unworkable’
THE Government's flagship proposals to protect people from harm online are not only "unworkable" but pose a threat to freedom of speech according to a leading think tank.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...