Princess Diana fury: Royal forced to step in to 'bravely' defend Fergie from Princess Anne
PRINCESS DIANA "bravely" stood up to defend Fergie from Princess Anne questioning her ability to settle down as a member of the Royal Family.
Camilla heartbreak: The rule giving Princess Anne power over Camilla when Charles absent
CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL had known Prince Charles for decades before she married him in 2005.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
'I hate him but I can't leave'. What Ghislaine Maxwell said about Jeffrey Epstein, housekeeper
Jeffrey Epstein's former housekeeper Juan Alessi claims that Ghislaine Maxwell opened up to him when he asked her why she was so close to the pedophile.Home | Daily Mail Online
Bake Off: Matt Lucas impersonates a bumbling Boris Johnson in hilarious skit as he makes his debut
The comedian, 46, left viewers in stitches as he impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson in his Great British Bake Off debut on Tuesday night.Home | Daily Mail Online
NYC investment bank assistant fired after catching boss masturbating
Logan Williams claims she caught Chuck Hinckley, one of the managing directors at Marathon Capital, masturbating in a conference room at the firm's New York City offices on July 23.Home | Daily Mail Online
Boris Johnson was 'more Vera Lynn than Churchill', says body language expert
EXCLUSIVE: Body language expert Judi James analysed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's performance as he addressed the nation on TV on fresh coronavirus lockdown restrictionsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Close call with storm renews debate over Houston barrier
When it was spared a blow from Hurricane Laura last month, Houston breathed a sigh of reliefThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Darren Fletcher makes Henderson and De Gea Manchester United prediction
Dean Henderson made his Manchester United debut in the Carabao Cup against Luton Town on Tuesday.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Boris Johnson warns about tougher penalties for those who break lockdown rules
The Prime Minister highlighted the fines of up to £10,000 for the 'minority' who flout the rulesManchester Evening News: Number one for...
Boris Johnson's dramatic six-month Covid gamble to save lives and the economy
The tortured PM warned the nation had reached a 'perilous turning point' in its battle with the virus after infection rates soaredMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Mexico's drug war leaves 39,000 unidentified bodies in its morgues
Investigation by Quinto Elemento Labs finds alarming number of people buried in common gravesMexico’s militarised crackdown on organised crime has left nearly 39,000 unidentified bodies in the country’s morgues, which are often unable to handle the volume of corpses brought in for autopsies.A new investigation by the investigative NGO Quinto Elemento Labs found that an alarming number of people were simply buried in common graves without proper postmortems. Some were left in funeral homes and more than 2,500 bodies were given to medical schools. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Johnson refuses to rule out second Covid-19 lockdown as new restrictions announced
PM says he is prepared for harsher restrictions, if new measures do not cut down virus’ spreadCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson warned the weary British public to summon their resolve for a tough winter ahead, as he refused to rule out a second national lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus.Speaking in a televised address after announcing new rules across England he appeared to suggest the “freedom-loving” Britons will be to blame if more draconian restrictions are applied. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
NASA Plans To Send First Woman To The Moon In 2024
NASA revealed this week that it plans to send a woman to the moon for the first time in 2024.The space agency this week shared the Artemis Plan, describing the first lunar mission since 1972 aimed at sending a man and the first woman to Earth’s nearest neighbour. “Sending human explorers 250,000 miles to the Moon, then 140 million miles to Mars, requires a bold vision, effective program management, funding for modern systems development and mission operations, and support from all corners of our great nation as well as our partners across the globe,” NASA said in the plan’s introduction, which explained that the agency has been “fine-tuning” moon exploration methods over the years.LIVE NOW: We are going to the Moon, and here's how.Administrator @JimBridenstine and other senior leadership discuss our #Artemis Phase 1 plan to return humanity to lunar surface by 2024.UK News and Opinion - The Huffington Post...
Cagney and Lacey to reunite 32 years after iconic cop show ended
EXCLUSIVE: Sharon Gless, 77, made her name as hard-drinking policewoman Christine Cagney, while Tyne Daly, 74, played Mary Beth LaceyMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Boris Johnson warns country must work together to suppress the virus
The Prime Minister said he was “deeply, spiritually reluctant" to infringe on anyone’s freedoms, but said unless action is taken now tougher measures may be imposed later.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
‘Boris Johnson has put all of his casino chips on tightening enforcement’
Reacting to the Prime Minister’s announcement about Covid restrictions, we are joined by our political editor, Gary Gibbon.Channel 4 News
Greenpeace criticised by UK fishing industry for dumping giant boulders in North Sea to prevent “illegal” fishing
Dangerous, illegal and irresponsible - that's how UK fishing organisations have described the actions of Greenpeace in the North Sea after campaigners dumped giant boulders in the Dogger Bank.Channel 4 News
Starmer urges former Labour voters to return to fold in first conference speech as leader
There was none of the usual fanfare for Sir Keir Starmer's first conference speech as Labour leader.Channel 4 News
‘Nothing changes!’ Red Wall Tory MP blasts Starmer after plea to ex-Labour voters
RED WALL Conservative MP Lee Anderson has warned Labour has not changed after Sir Keir Starmer urged ex-voters to take another look at the party.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
‘The much bigger question is: will Mr Trump concede?’ – former Bill Clinton adviser
We spoke to Paul Begala, a former advisor to President ClintonChannel 4 News
Anti-racism protests in US call to arms for militia groups across political divide
Krishnan Guru-Murthy been meeting a group called the Three Percenters - and the country's biggest black militia, the NFACChannel 4 News
Amazon explorer's miracle twin girls after wife's stillbirth tragedy
TV survival expert Ed Stafford is now the proud father of two daughters - officially named Mary and Camilla - following the miscarriage of another set of twin girls at 14 weeks, in December 2018Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Blow for Starmer as Labour Party’s likeability plummets lower than when Corbyn was leader
SIR KEIR STARMER has been dealt a major blow on the day of his first keynote speech as leader after a poll found the Labour Party is less likeable now compared to when Jeremy Corbyn was in charge.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Kerry Katona says Katie Price ‘made Peter Andre’ and helped revive his career
Kerry Katona thinks Peter Andre's career thrived because he was married to Katie Price and then compared the former couple to Brad Pitt and Jennifer AnistonMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
‘I’m worried about ever-changing rules and rule by decree’ – Wetherspoons’ Tim Martin
We were joined by Tim Martin, the founder and chairman of one of the UK's biggest pub chains, WetherspoonsChannel 4 News
Hospitality industry hit by added burden of 10pm curfew
For sectors like hospitality that have just about been clinging on - battered by social distancing requirements and the absence of office workers - there is now the added burden of a 10pm curfew in England, Scotland and Wales, and no prospect of an end in sight.Channel 4 News
Matt Lucas mocks Boris Johnson's Covid message in 'best Bake Off opening ever'
The Great British Bake Off 2020 launched on Tuesday night, but was delayed due to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's coronavirus updateMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Sage expert warns coronavirus measures not tough enough - and wants four more
Professor Calum Semple, a member of the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), has spoken as the Prime Minister announced a 10pm curfew for pubs, bars and restaurants from ThursdayMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Revellers enjoy one last night before Boris's Covid crackdown comes into force
Revellers descended onto the streets of Birmingham to enjoy one last night out tonight before the Government's new 10pm curfew on pubs, bars and restaurants came into force.Home | Daily Mail Online
PM hopes nudge strategy will avoid need for tougher lockdown
Will these measures go far enough to prevent the exponential spread of the virus - and avoid the need for an even tougher lockdown later down the line?Channel 4 News
People must show ‘social solidarity’ – Tory MP Andrew Mitchell
We spoke to the Conservative MP Andrew MitchellChannel 4 News
Bake Off reassures fans with 'most British thing ever' after Boris speech delay
The Great British Bake Off 2020 was set to kickstart this evening at 8pm, however fans were forced to wait longer until they got their telly baking fixMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Bake Off fans fume as Boris Johnson 'ruins the nation in most British move ever'
The hit Channel 4 show was set to kickstart this evening at 8pm, however fans were forced to wait longer until they get their telly baking fixMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....