Liverpool news: Mohamed Salah's final contract answer as Jurgen Klopp drops hint at future
Terrifying footage shows screaming villagers flee landslide as 150 homes buried
Peruvian authorities have said that around 150 homes have been buried by a massive landslide in the north of the country as footage emerged of people running for their livesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
BBC QT: Unionist parties slammed for dismissing calls for IndyRef2 - 'Not voting for you!'
UNIONIST PARTIES in Scotland were slammed last night after an audience member in Inverness rejected their opposition to a second independence referendum.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Navy report: Multiple errors poisoned Pearl Harbor water
A Navy investigation is revealing how shoddy management and human error caused fuel to leak into Pearl Harbor’s tap water last yearThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Hong Kong leaders attend flag-raising marking Chinese rule
Hong Kong’s incoming and outgoing leaders attended a flag-raising ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the return to Chinese rule for the city pulled in recent years under much tighter Communist Party controlThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
50 years of Pride and why we still need it – podcast
In 1972, members of the LGBTQ+ community marched through London demanding equality and celebrating their identities. Five decades on, Ted Brown from the Gay Liberation Front recounts his memories of that time“I came out to my mother with the words: ‘Mum, I think I’m becoming homosexual.’”Ted Brown grew up in London at a time when homosexuality was illegal. When he was 14, he felt very alone and isolated, and decided to come out to his mother “out of depression about the situation”. He recalls his mother, who had been involved in the civil rights movement in the US, saying to him: “There’s nothing wrong with your being homosexual and you deserve equal rights in the same way as black people have been fighting for our rights.” Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Arsenal news: Lisandro Martinez's transfer preference as Gunners contract plan backfires
Arsenal have been handed a boost in their transfer pursuit of Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez as their contract plan for star winger Bukayo Saka appears to have backfiredMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Australia’s 10,000 deaths and the paradox of ‘Covid normal’
The country has fared better than others – but those on the frontline are still wrestling with the agony of the coronavirus pandemicNot just a number: families of five Australian pandemic victims reflect on loss during CovidTen thousand Covid deaths and counting … the road to Australia’s grim milestoneGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingIn August 2020, staff at the Menarock Rosehill aged care facility in Melbourne told Kam Atkins that his 92-year-old mother had contracted Covid and was very unwell.But they could not tell him where she was. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Liam Gallagher mocked for becoming face of Clarks shoes despite 'trying to stay edgy'
Liam Gallagher started shooting an ad for Clarks this week, which is best known for selling school shoes and simple leather designsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Love Island's Laura Whitmore 'featured for just 14 minutes on main show despite £600k pay packet'
Laura Whitmore, 37, has reportedly appeared in just 14 minutes of Love Island this series despite earning a rumoured £600,000 to host the show.Home | Daily Mail Online
New Jersey shooting: Local police confirm at least 9 dead after shooting in Newark
AT LEAST nine people have died after a mass shooting took place in Newark, New Jersey, local police have confirmed.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Trinny Woodall reveals what the circle, square and triangle shapes on Zara labels actually mean
Trinny Woodall has busted the myth that the mystery symbols on Zara clothing tags hints whether the garment runs true to size and reveals the real meaning behind the labels.Home | Daily Mail Online
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Why Prince William in Kyiv would be fitting
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Buckingham Palace courtiers, bemused by reports that Boris is keen on a state visit by Volodymyr Zelensky, believe Ukraine's president would not want to leave.Home | Daily Mail Online
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess announce birth of their first child together
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess have announced they've welcomed their first child together - baby Zane Walker GreenMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Calls for 'Mickey Mouse' degree crackdown by telling students how many graduates get a decent job
All adverts for universities should include data on how many graduates get a decent job - to help students spot 'Mickey Mouse' courses, the Department for Education has urged.Home | Daily Mail Online
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: The net going down sounds blissful
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Whoever has brought down the internet on The Undeclared War (C4), whether it's Russian saboteurs or terrorist hackers, I'm on their sideHome | Daily Mail Online
Popular bar in holiday hotspot closed after dead body found rotting in the walls
The bar manager of the L'Atrium bar in Nice, a holiday hotspot for Brits in the south of France, has been arrested after the body of a man was found buried in the walls of the premisesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Russian missile strike on apartment block in Odessa kills at least ten Ukrainians
The missile strike destroyed a nine-storey building in the key port city of Odessa in the early hours of Friday morning, Ukrainian officials have said, with three children among the wounded.Home | Daily Mail Online
BRIAN VINER reviews Nitram: A brilliant study of Australian mass shooter
BRIAN VINER: Nitram a compellingly timely film, which would be less important if it were less brilliantly done. But it really is superbly acted, written and directed.Home | Daily Mail Online
Liverpool news: Three squad additions identified as Juventus 'target' Roberto Firmino
Liverpool coach Pep Ljinders has named three youth team players who could spend pre-season with the first-team squad as Italian outfit Juventus eye a move for Roberto FirminoMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
It's a Bowie-bie doll! Mattel launches new figurine in the image of the pop legend
Mattel have released the doll in a powder-blue suit like the one Bowie wore in the video for his single Life On Mars, right, to mark the 50th anniversary of Hunky Dory hitting the album charts.Home | Daily Mail Online
US Steptoes? Stranger things have happened: PATRICK MARMION reviews Mad House
PATRICK MARMION: Few actors can fill a stage like David Harbour, who is making his West End debut at the Ambassadors Theatre - and not just because he's a 6 ft 3 in grizzly bear of a man.Home | Daily Mail Online
A QUARTER of Americans say they are ready to take up arms against the government
Of those who felt that way, 37 per cent currently own guns, the poll found. The survey, which polled a pool of 1,000 US voters, was conducted by the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics in May.Home | Daily Mail Online
Priti Patel aims to speed up deportations of foreign criminals to Nigeria by inking new deal
The Home Secretary's agreement will see offenders receive new travel documents within five working days. It came as 13 Nigerians were removed on a Home Office flight yesterday.Home | Daily Mail Online
ADRIAN THRILLS: Return of Paolo Nutini, the prodigal pop star
ADRIAN THRILLS: A lack of ambition shouldn't be mistaken for a lack of ability, and Nutini throws his all - sometimes too much - into this comebackHome | Daily Mail Online
They've hit on the perfect formula... and F1 fans will lap it up: PETER HOSKIN reviews F1 22
PETER HOSKIN: I thrilled at the opportunity to experience particular tracks, fine-tune my car's innards - and subject Verstappen to sporting justice.Home | Daily Mail Online
Ecuador deal reached to end weeks of deadly protests and strikes
Agreement between government and Indigenous leaders includes fuel price cut and mining restrictionsEcuador’s government and the country’s main Indigenous group have reached an agreement to end 18 days of often-violent strikes that had virtually paralysed the country and killed at least four people. The deal, which includes a decrease in the price of fuel and other concessions, was signed by government minister Francisco Jimenez, Indigenous leader Leonidas Iza and the head of the Episcopal Conference, Monsignor Luis Cabrera, who acted as mediator. The agreement on Thursday sets out that gasoline prices will decrease 15c to US$2.40 a gallon and diesel prices will also decline the same amount, from $1.90 a gallon to $1.75. The deal also sets limits to the expansion of oil exploration areas and prohibits mining activity in protected areas, national parks and water sources. The government now has 90 days to deliver solutions to the demands of the Indigenous groups. “Social peace will only be able to be achieved, hopefully soon, through dialogue with particular attention paid to marginalised communities, but always respecting everyone’s rights,” Cabrera said. He went on to warn that “if state policies do not resolve the problem of the poor, then the people will rise up”. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
California sets nation's toughest plastics reduction rules
Companies that want to sell shampoo bottles, food products and other items wrapped in plastic in California will have to cut down their use of the materialThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
GB News: Prince William ‘the woke’ slammed by David Starkey over Rwanda row
DAVID STARKEY made a damning assessment of Prince William while speaking on GB News on Thursday evening.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
House explosion that killed 79-year-old was 'accidental’ gas leak, say investigators
Officials said the cause of the fatal blast on Sunday night, was determined as an 'accidental and inadvertent ignition of a large escape of gas from a joint in the pipework'Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Experts fear an early wave of flu could combine this year with monkeypox and covid increases
Health officials have said they are expecting an 'early influenza wave' in the UK because there has not been a 'proper' flu season since the start of the Covid pandemic.Home | Daily Mail Online
Milk farmers are set to quit the industry over soaring food production costs
Hundreds of farmers are planning to quit milk production in the next two years because they are being driven out of business by the rising cost of food production.Home | Daily Mail Online
Ghislaine Maxwell will face years of lie detector tests once she is released from jail
Ghislaine Maxwell will have to pass regular lie detector tests once she has served her 20-year prison sentence and will be banned from going near children for five years.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fracking ban could be axed in days in potential boost to our gas supplies, source says
The British Geological Survey is due to report to ministers on whether new techniques could limit the potential effects of fracking for natural gas after it was imposed in 2019 over earth tremor concerns.Home | Daily Mail Online
BBC 'wants to block Netflix buying shows for five years' to tackle threat from streaming giants
For years there have been questions about why the broadcaster supplies content which helps subscription services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video draw viewers from the BBC.Home | Daily Mail Online
'Why do we have a monarchy again?' Dr Shola slams inequality between Queen and subjects
DR SHOLA Mos-Shogbamimu has ripped apart the Queen on social media after learning the monarch will receive a bonus of £30 million from the public purse over the next two years.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Prince Charles' yearly income soared to £23million as value of estate leapt to record £1.2billion
The value of Charles's Duchy of Cornwall estate soared to a record £1.2billion on the back of a jump of nearly £93million on the previous financial year - up just over 15 per cent.Home | Daily Mail Online
Channel Seven star QUITS live on air: Sunrise's Nelson Aspen resigns after almost 20 years
Sunrise's long-time U.S.-based entertainment reporter Nelson Aspen is quitting the breakfast show after almost two decades on airHome | Daily Mail Online
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Picking the pockets of the middle classes
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: When the 40p tax band was introduced in 1988, it was intended to affect only the top 5 per cent of earners.Home | Daily Mail Online
No 10 mull over VAT cut to try and help households battle the cost of living crisis
The proposals to cut VAT from 20 per cent could reduce the tax bill for millions of people across the country and help ease the pressures faced by households as the cost of living crisis continues.Home | Daily Mail Online
So ill that she couldn't leave bed... now she is a new tennis golden girl!
As she darted from one side of the court to the other yesterday, few watching Katie Boulter will have suspected that she was dealing with the immense grief of losing her grandmother.Home | Daily Mail Online
Cruise ship that hit iceberg arrives in Seattle for repairs
A cruise ship that struck an iceberg in Alaska has docked in Seattle for repairsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
At least 10 dead after devastating Russian missile strike on apartment building
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news storyMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Travis Barker's ex-wife breaks silence on rush to hospital to wish him 'speedy recovery'
Travis Barker was rushed to hospital on Tuesday accompanied by new wife Kourtney Kardashian. It's reported he has suspected pancreatitisMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Career thief pretended to help elderly and disabled shoppers while swiping their purses
Sharon Rooney, who has 45 previous convictions, swiped purses from vulnerable, older women while they were shopping, including an 81-year-old recovering from bowel cancerMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Carnival Cruise clash as threesome allegation causes chaotic hour long 60-person fight
A CARNIVAL CRUISE ship saw chaotic scenes in the early hours on Tuesday as a threesome allegation caused a 60-person fight which lasted for an hour.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...