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House asking prices in biggest June surge for six years - but stalling in London
Property listings site Rightmove says house asking prices when put on the market have hit record highs for the third month running as demand continues to exceed supplyMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Duke of Cambridge ushers in final birthday of his 30s
Prince William was born at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, on June 21 1982.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Naked intruder caught breaking into Bel Air mansion and brutally slaughtering owners' pet parakeets
Mat Sabz was alerted to an intruder in his California home thanks to a security system. Paul Kiyan, 34, claimed that he lived in the house and refused to leave even putting on Sabz clothes until police arrived.Home | Daily Mail Online
Eamonn Holmes mistakenly sends sympathy after thinking Daisy Lowe's dad is dead
Eamonn Holmes sent his condolences to model Daisy Lowe after misunderstanding her Father's Day tribute to her musician dad Gavin RossdaleMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mum-of-22 Sue Radford shows off bumper Father’s Day breakfast including 30 eggs
Sue Radford, from Morecambe, Lancashire, posted the mouth watering images of her giant brood's fry-up on to the family's Instagram account to mark the special occasionMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Bluewater bomb plotter will be kicked out of Britain within weeks after losing appeal
Jawad Akbar, 37, plotted to blow up Bluewater shopping centre in Kent, bomb the Ministry of Sound nightclub in London and set off a radioactive 'dirty' bomb.Home | Daily Mail Online
ANDREW PIERCE: Labour's red faces after rout in by-election
ANDREW PIERCE: Lost in much of the commentary of last week's by-election was Labour's worst result in a century. Keir Starmer's office appeared not even to know the name of their doomed candidate.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man, 35, dies after 'altercation' as police launch murder investigation in Buckinghamshire
Officers were called at around 1.10pm on Sunday to reports of a fight in Burnham, Buckinghamshire. Shortly after they arrived, a 35-year-old man collapsed, Thames Valley Police said.Home | Daily Mail Online
Dominatrix on £200,000-a-year spends £50,000 Government Covid loan on kinky dungeon
The sex worker, 50, who did not want to be named, has converted the drab cellar of her £750,000 house in Leeds into a dungeon room with all the bells and whistles.Home | Daily Mail Online
Meghan and Prince Harry's son Archie could be given choice to become prince at 18, royal author says
Leading royal biographer Robert Lacey says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could follow in the footsteps of Earl and Countess of Wessex - who have not styled their children prince or princess.Home | Daily Mail Online
Jon Rahm takes first major title with US Open victory
Torrey Pines was also the location of the Spaniard’s first PGA Tour title in 2017 and his marriage proposal to his wife.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
ROLAND WHITE: Why Joanie's greatest role is as the fabulous Dame Joan Collins
ROLAND WHITE: Dame Joan Collins celebrated 70 years in showbusiness by appearing on Piers Morgan's Life Stories (ITV) and modestly apologising for blowing her own trumpet.Home | Daily Mail Online
Transgender weightlifter Hubbard selected for Tokyo Olympics
Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will be the first transgender athlete to compete at the OlympicsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Jon Rahm WINS the US Open after stunning birdie putts on final two holes at Torrey Pines
Robbed of a victory in his last event after testing positive for Covid-19 when leading by six on the eve of the final round, Jon Rahm has never felt better than he did after claiming the 121st US Open.Home | Daily Mail Online
Furious Dr Fauci doubles down on claim that he is science in blistering attack on critics
Dr Anthony Fauci has told Kara Swisher's podcast, to be broadcast on Monday, that accusations that he 'flip flopped' on COVID are ridiculous, because science evolves and thinking changes.Home | Daily Mail Online
A MILLION Covid vaccines were booked over weekend in 'summer sprint' to get over-18s covered
Officials are in a race to vaccinate younger adults in a bid to halt the spread of the Indian variant and thousands queued in the rain for jabs at Tottenham Hotspur's stadium in north London yesterday.Home | Daily Mail Online
DOMINIC LAWSON: How galling we won vaccine race but Germany has still beaten us to the sun loungers
DOMINIC LAWSON: The British are, as a rule, peaceful people. The past 15 months have also demonstrated that we will conscientiously abide by regulatory restrictions, however onerous.Home | Daily Mail Online
Dame Joan Collins hits out at late Dynasty co-star John Forsythe and their gender pay gap
Appearing on Sunday's episode of Piers Morgan's Life Stories, the 88-year-old actress discussed their feud, stating he always had to be 'front and centre' and was paid far more than her.Home | Daily Mail Online
Archie could choose if he’ll be a prince after turning 18, royal author claims
It comes after reports that legal documents will be changed to ensure that Archie will not become a Prince - a title usually bestowed on grandchildren of the monarchMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Catalytic converter thefts soar due to rocketing value of precious metals they contain
Some UK police forces have seen catalytic converter thefts rise by more than 400 per cent, with organised gangs targeting dozens of cars a day.Home | Daily Mail Online
ISS astronauts complete six-hour spacewalk to install solar panels
Successful International Space Station installation followed an attempt on Wednesday that ran into several problemsFrench and American astronauts have completed a six-hour spacewalk as they installed new solar panels to boost power supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), Nasa said.“It is a huge team effort each time and couldn’t be happier to return with @astro_kimbrough,” Frenchman Thomas Pesquet tweeted on Sunday, referring to his American colleague Shane Kimbrough. Pesquet is with the European Space Agency, Kimbrough with Nasa. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
One million vaccines booked in two days as hopes rise for July 5 end to lockdown
An incredible 21,000 Covid jabs were booked every hour on Friday and Saturday, with six appointments arranged every second, as the rollout extended to all adults for the first timeMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Covid jabs 'will be offered to 16 and 17-year-olds before schools return in September'
With a new Freedom Day target of July 17, Downing Street reportedly wants to offer all A-level and college students aged 16 and 17 a vaccine in August before they go back to school in September.Home | Daily Mail Online
Download Festival is '100 per cent evidence' that big music events can take place safely
Melvin Benn, managing director of the Festival Republic group, said the level of compliance he saw during the festival was 'extraordinary', adding that it was proof music events could be Covid secure.Home | Daily Mail Online
Amazon kicks off Prime Day sale and these are the biggest deals to snap up now
Everything you need to know if you want to take part in this year's Amazon Prime Day sale and all the biggest deals across tech, home appliances, fashion, beauty and moreMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Games Inbox: The next PS5 State of Play, Starfield disappointment, and Vagrant Story remaster
The Monday Inbox argues over whether Microsoft or Sony will dominate this generation, as one reader admits they don’t like Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Justin Timberlake shares first photo of baby Phineas in sweet Father's Day post
Justin Timberlake shared a rare glimpse of his home life in a heartfelt Father's Day post in which her gushes "being a dad is better than I ever could have imagined"Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Famous diagram showing ascent of man idea is 'so wrong' it sends leading geneticist ape
Dr Adam Rutherford, a geneticist at University College London, has said the famous depiction of the evolution of human beings should be 'expunged from the record of everything'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man, 35, dies after 'altercation with group of men' as murder probe launched
Police said that officers were called on Sunday at about 1.10pm after reports of an altercation involving a group of men in Wyndham Crescent, Burnham in BuckinghamshireMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Olympics: Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is selected in New Zealand's team
Hubbard's eligibility has been questioned by ex-athletes and other critics of guidance on inclusion for transgender athletes, which they believe ignores performance advantage gained from male puberty.Home | Daily Mail Online
As Morrisons rejects £5.5bn takeover, experts warn Sainsbury's and Tesco may be next targets
US company Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has offered £5.5billion for the British supermarket, which is the UK's fourth-biggest and employs 118,000 staff.Home | Daily Mail Online
Prince Harry 'agreed to do Oprah Winfrey interview' after being stripped of military titles
The Duke of Sussex, 36, is said to have become 'angry' and agreed to the interview after losing a number of his military appointments in the wake of 'Megxit', a source told the Sun.Home | Daily Mail Online
Divorcing couples fight over designer clutches as value soars during lockdown
The pandemic has seen handbags soar in value which is making them hotly contested items during UK divorces.Home | Daily Mail Online
Season ticket boost for part-time rail commuters to encourage return to train travel
The scheme offers savings on certain routes for passengers travelling two or three days a week. It is the first step in a shake-up announced last month by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fewer than one in 200 amber list travellers test positive for Covid on their return, figures show
Just 89 of the 23,465 people who travelled into the UK from amber list countries at the end of last month and the start of this month had a negative Covid test, NHS Test and Trace showHome | Daily Mail Online
Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will be first trans athlete to compete at Olympics
Hubbard has been included in New Zealand’s weightlifting team‘I am grateful and humbled,’ says 43-year-old in statementThe New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to make history and headlines, plus an enormous amount of controversy, after being confirmed as the first transgender athlete to ever compete at the Olympic Games.The 43-year-old will be a live medal contender when she competes in thewomen’s super heavyweight category on 2 August. But Hubbard’s inclusionwill also frustrate those who believe she has an unfair advantageover her rivals, having gone through male puberty before transitioning in2012. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
All 16 and 17-year-olds 'to be offered vaccine before September school return'
Currently anybody aged over 18 is eligible for a coronavirus vaccine, and across the UK there have been nearly 43 million first doses given and more than 31 million double dosesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
‘I used to think having a wedding certificate would prove I wasn’t failing at life’
Trudy Tyler was glad to see that at the very least weddings were saved, after a fashion. It even made her reflect on her own wedding. By Christine ManbyThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
The best Amazon Prime Day laptop deals 2021: Offers on HP, Samsung, Microsoft, Asus and more
The online retailer has dropped big discounts on Chromebooks, Microsoft Surface laptops and moreThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...