Matt Hancock to give Downing Street Covid press conference at 5pm on vaccine
Filming for Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway is 'interrupted by aggressive set invader'
The TV presenters were pictured outside Television Centre in Central London as the man, dressed in a grey hooded top and jeans, was confronted by security guards.Home | Daily Mail Online
Your Mail on Sunday has 20 Press Oscars nominations
The brilliant journalists behind the Mail on Sunday have received a remarkable 20 nominations at the prestigious Society of Editors' National Press Awards.Home | Daily Mail Online
Extra £200,000 legal bill 'could topple' Nicola Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon's government spent an extra £200,000 of taxpayers' money on a doomed legal battle with Alex Salmond, even after lawyers said she was bound to fail.Home | Daily Mail Online
Was the sickening photo of a Grand National winning trainer leaked over a feud with a gangster?
The Mail on Sunday can reveal mounting suspicion that the 'concerted attack' was orchestrated by a criminal gang seeking to ruin Elliott over a long-running feud.Home | Daily Mail Online
China's massive naval spending outguns US in new arms race for military supremacy
CHINA has more than tripled the size of its naval battle force within the last two decades, according to a recent report.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Michelle Keegan, 33, slaps down rumours of 'marriage problems' with TOWIE star husband Mark Wright
Michelle Keegan rubbished speculation that she had caused a strain by spending months away from former The Only Way Is Essex star Mark Wright while filming in South Africa and Malaysia.Home | Daily Mail Online
Queen ‘will not watch’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah
THE QUEEN will not watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey on Monday, reports have suggested.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Disgust of Tunbridge Wells over BBC blunder that called the town 'Royal Tonbridge Wells'
Now the citizens of Tunbridge Wells really have been left as 'disgusted' as their stereotype after the BBC confused their Kent spa town with Tonbridge, its less affluent neighbour.Home | Daily Mail Online
More than a third of Britons feel BBC is 'too woke'
The latest survey, for the campaign group Defund The BBC, reveals widespread dissatisfaction with the BBC licence fee, which will rise next month from £157.50 to £159.Home | Daily Mail Online
Auckland emerges from strict weeklong Covid lockdown
Officials say no new local cases on Sunday, though masks still required on public transportAuckland has come out of a weeklong lockdown imposed after a community cluster of the more contagious UK coronavirus variant.There were no new local Covid-19 cases recorded on Sunday, health officials said, allowing for the restrictions to ease. If no community cases are confirmed during the rest of Sunday it would make a full seven days since the last community case. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Coronavirus live news: Auckland finishes week of lockdown, England prepares to reopen schools
France reports 23,306 new cases as Pas-de-Calais locked down, US Senate passes $1.9tn pandemic economic relief plan, arrests during Vienna protestsSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.49am GMT The Dalai Lama, the 85-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader, was administered the first shot of the coronavirus vaccine on Saturday at a hospital in the north Indian hill town of Dharmsala, Associated Press has reported.After receiving the injection, he urged people to come forward, be brave and get vaccinated. “In order to prevent some serious problems, this injection is very, very helpful,” he said.Dr. G.D. Gupta of Zonal Hospital, where the shot was administered, told reporters that the Dalai Lama was observed for 30 minutes afterward. “He offered to come to the hospital like a common man to get himself vaccinated,” he said.Ten other people who live in the Dalai Lama’s residence were also vaccinated, Gupta said. All eleven received the Covishield vaccine, which was developed by Oxford University and UK-based drugmaker AstraZeneca, and manufactured by the Serum Institute of India.The Dalai Lama made Dharmsala his headquarters in 1959, fleeing Tibet after a failed uprising against Chinese rule. China doesn’t recognize the Tibetan government-in-exile and accuses the Dalai Lama of seeking to separate Tibet from China.The Dalai Lama denies being a separatist and says he merely advocates for substantial autonomy and protection of the region’s native Buddhist culture.India has confirmed more than 11 million cases of the coronavirus and over 157,000 deaths. The country, which has the second-highest caseload in the world behind the US, rolled out its vaccination drive in January, starting with health care and front-line workers. Earlier this month, it expanded its inoculation drive to older people and those with medical conditions that put them at risk. 1.34am GMT Thousands turned out Saturday for the latest protest in Vienna against coronavirus restrictions and several arrests were made for breaching public order laws and Covid regulations, AFP reported.Many of the protesters did not wear masks or observe social distancing as they made their way through the centre of the Austrian capital to a park where the far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) had called a rally. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Old balls please! Revolutionary invention turns used tennis balls into new ones
Price Of Bath - the UK's last tennis ball manufacturer - has adapted a machine to grind discarded balls into a fine dust, from which they can be reconstituted.Home | Daily Mail Online
Lord Frost calls on EU to ‘shake off remaining ill will over Brexit’
Whitehall has extended a series of ‘grace periods’ designed to ease trade between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.London News | London Evening Standard -...
PM of Caribbean nation accuses UK of 'forgetting' the Queen's subjects
Britain has 'forgotten' the Queen's subjects in Commonwealth countries during its world-beating vaccine rollout, Dr Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of Caribbean nation St Kitts and Nevis, has claimed.Home | Daily Mail Online
Bruno Fernandes hits back at criticism over his poor Man Utd form vs top six clubs
The midfielder has not scored from open play against the Premier League's 'top six' this season.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
How a third of our recycling is sent straight to the incinerator: Councils are 'highly incentivised'
More than a third of UK household recycling is burned rather than reused - a finding that will infuriate residents obliged to navigate complicated sorting rules.Home | Daily Mail Online
Hollywood star Mark Strong, 57, reveals how being abandoned made him 'incredibly independent'
The actor, whose big screen credits include Syriana and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy, said losing contact with his Italian-born dad meant he had 'no blueprint' when it came to raising his sons.Home | Daily Mail Online
Twin sisters are about to transform the way the world thinks about Down's
Born two minutes apart 11 years ago, the siblings have always been close, and as Amber struggles to pull her top over her head, Olivia is on hand to help undo the buttons.Home | Daily Mail Online
Caroline Flack's twin 'begged her' to leave showbiz before her tragic death
In a new TV show, titled Caroline Flack: Her Life And Death, the 40-year-old's sister will also reveal how she tried to get Caroline to step out of the limelight before she took her own life last yeaMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
'Essex Boys' killer Jack Whomes is freed from prison 22 years into life sentence
Jack Whomes, 59, was jailed in 1998 over the gangland shooting of three men who were found dead in a Range Rover near a farm in Rettendon, Essex, in 1995.Home | Daily Mail Online
Buckingham Palace 'faces historical bullying claims' after Meghan Markle review
Disgruntled ex-staffers have said the allegations against Meghan Markle could lead to historical complaints about a culture of bullying in the royal household being reopenedMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Popular holiday destinations could be reopened to British tourists this summer on a tiered system
Popular holiday destinations could be reopened to British tourists this summer through a traffic light system that lifts travel restrictions to low-risk countries. Plans set to go before Government.Home | Daily Mail Online
'Torture in a tin' foie gras is set to be banned in post-Brexit move
Now Britain is set to ban the import of foie gras in a post-Brexit move that should delight anti-cruelty campaigners. British farmers are already banned from producing the expensive pâté.Home | Daily Mail Online
Priti Patel orders review after man, 70, kills his wife at their home during Covid lockdown
Domestic violence campaigners had raised concerns about the five-year jail sentence given to Anthony Williams, who strangled his wife Ruth (pictured). He was cleared of murder last month.Home | Daily Mail Online
Why I’ll stick with video game consoles over a gaming PC – Reader’s Feature
A reader explains why they’re unlikely to get a gaming PC instead of a console, despite acknowledging its benefits.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
My favourite gaming moments from the last generation, Part 2 – Reader’s Feature
A reader continues their reminisces of the outgoing generation, including The Bloody Baron in The Witcher 3 and Batman: Arkham VR.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Ambitious women and younger staff suffer from working at home, business leaders warn
Working from home should not become 'living at work', a business Minister has warned - as the head of one of Britain's biggest banks said it would never go back to pre-Covid office working.Home | Daily Mail Online
Stoic Queen pictured as Royal Family prepares for Meghan and Harry interview
QUEEN ELIZABETH II has been pictured against a backdrop of the Commonwealth flags ahead of the Royal Family's celebration of nations, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey set to air on Sunday.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
50 drivers a month stranded in 'gauntlet of death' on M1 as police review 14-mile run in Yorkshire
The 14-mile run of the M1 in South Yorkshire is at the centre of a police review after Jason Mercer, 44, and Alexandru Murgeanu, 22, were killed by a lorry in June 2019.Home | Daily Mail Online
Meghan 'didn't know what she was in for' and was baffled by Australia tour crowd
Insiders have said the Suits actress "didn't get" the hype around the royal family and was bemused by the crowds on state visitsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
TALK OF THE TOWN: New sex scandal rocks Downing Street
TALK OF THE TOWN: Downing Street insiders fear Boris Johnson's terrier Dilyn may have impregnated his sister's cockapoo Ziggy after the pair were caught in flagrente.Home | Daily Mail Online