UK government say most vulnerable must be vaccinated before sending doses to other countries
Manchester incident: Large cordon in city centre after crash and reports of shots fired
MANCHESTER police have placed a large cordon in the city centre on Saturday night after officers responded to reports of shots being fired.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Stacey Solomon confirms date of wedding to Joe Swash as loved-up pair book venue
Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon and former EastEnders star Joe Swash got engaged on Christmas Eve and have already booked a venue for their big dayMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Rishi Sunak to raise income tax, corporation tax and place levy on online deliveries after Covid
The Chancellor is reportedly looking to 'level up the playing field' between online and high street businesses - the latter of which have been hugely hit by three national lockdowns in England.Home | Daily Mail Online
Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: the best Legend of Zelda games
Readers celebrate the 35th anniversary of The Legend Of Zelda, by naming their favourite entries and their hopes for the future.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
What’s the point of PlayStation when you have a PC? – Reader’s Feature
A reader reacts to the news that Sony is bringing more of its exclusives to PC and asks why anyone needs to buy a console anymore.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
My 35 years of playing The Legend Of Zelda – Reader’s Feature
A reader who was there from the beginning celebrates 35 years of Zelda and reveals how he and his friend pre-empted Breath Of The Wild 2.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Beijing to ramp up military budget as tensions rise in Taiwan and South China Sea
CHINA is expected to reveal a massive increase in defence spending next week amid tensions with US and in Indo-Pacific, as Beijing continues to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
One vaccine dose 'cuts hospital risk by 90%' with Oxford jab 'most effective'
A new study reportedly handed to ministers using 'real world' data from the NHS coronavirus vaccine rollout has thrown up very encouraging results that one dose is cutting hospital cases by 90%Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Jab refuseniks won't respond to bullying, there are better ways
MoS COMMENT: The Oxford-AstraZeneca jab is a British success story. But some are reluctant to take to is due to lies and disinformation. But how should we tackle this?Home | Daily Mail Online
Former X Factor judge Dannii Minogue reveals she was pitted against Kylie at start of career
The former X Factor judge, who marks the big day next October, said birthdays remind her of older sister Kylie's cancer battle in 2005 and that the family never take ageing for granted.Home | Daily Mail Online
SARAH VINE: Nick Clegg (vice-president of global affairs at Facebook) is Prince Harry of politics
SARAH VINE: Which titled (and entitled) member of the Establishment has turned his back on the realities of life at home to live a life of luxury in a wealthy Californian suburb and is not Prince Harry?Home | Daily Mail Online
Universities minister compares ‘decolonisation’ of history to ‘Soviet Union-style’ censorship
Historians say MP ‘talking out of her arse’ and ‘completely misunderstands’ efforts to place Britain’s past in contextThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Anya Taylor-Joy dresses down ahead of the Golden Globes
British stars tipped for success during the Golden Globes include The Queen's Gambit's Anya Taylor-Joy and Emma Corrin, who played Princess Diana in The Crown.Home | Daily Mail Online
Quarantine hotel 'inmates' told to stop smoking and buy nicotine patches - to keep guests in rooms
The plight of self-isolating arrivals at the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel had earlier plunged into farce when bosses advised any smokers to order nicotine patches as their cigarette breaks were being halted.Home | Daily Mail Online
Jake Quickenden targeted by vile trolls saying they hope his newborn baby dies
The Dancing On Ice Star recently welcomed a little boy with girlfriend Sophie Church but they are already receiving disgusting abuseMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Second ex-aide accuses Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment
Move prompts New York governor to request independent investigation into allegationsA second woman has come forward to accuse New York governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment in a move that has prompted the under-fire Democrat to launch an independent investigation into the allegations.Charlotte Bennett, who was an executive assistant and health policy adviser in the Cuomo administration until November, told The New York Times that he had harassed her last spring, during the height of New York’s fight against the coronavirus – which Cuomo led and which at the time gave him an international reputation for good leadership. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Nicola Sturgeon's official residence Bute House is dubbed a site of 'historic racial injustice'
Nicola Sturgeon's official residence was one of several buildings highlighted by the Edinburgh Slavery and Colonialism Legacy Review Group, lead by Sir Geoff Palmer, 80.Home | Daily Mail Online
Angry pubs accuse council jobsworths of sabotaging plans for Alfresco April
Venues will be allowed to offer a takeaway menu and serve people outdoors from April 12, but customers will not be allowed inside until mid-May under Boris Johnson's roadmap.Home | Daily Mail Online
Coronavirus live news: US approves Johnson & Johnson vaccine; Auckland starts second lockdown in a month
Australian state of Victoria reports zero new cases; Auckland seven-day lockdown begins; UK records lowest cases in five monthsConcerns grow as UK Covid testing labs scaled back before even openingHouse approves $1.9tn Covid aid bill despite minimum wage setbackNew Zealand: Auckland to go into seven-day Covid lockdownSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.30am GMT Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest city, woke up on Sunday morning to a second lockdown in a month as health authorities try to rein in a coronavirus cluster of the more contagious UK variant.Reuters: The seven-day lockdown, announced late Saturday by prime minister Jacinda Ardern, follows a three-day stay-at-home order in mid-February after a local emergence of the UK variant of the new coronavirus that causes Covid-19. 12.28am GMT Hello and welcome to today’s live global coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. I’m Helen Sullivan and I’ll be bringing you the latest for the next few hours. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
US steps up combat capabilities in strongest signal yet to Beijing over South China Sea
THE US ramped up its combat abilities in recent military exercises, sending its strongest signal yet to China that it is prepared to contest Beijing's sovereignty claims over the South China Sea.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
2nd former aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment
A second former aide has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew CuomoThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Doctor appears in court video call while performing surgery
The Medical Board of California says it will investigate a plastic surgeon who appeared in a videoconference for his traffic violation trial while operatingThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
TALK OF THE TOWN: Agency battles to 'save Lottie Moss from herself'
TALK OF THE TOWN: Storm Management seems to be fighting a desperate campaign to stop Lottie Moss, the younger sister of their most famous signing, from ruining her career.Home | Daily Mail Online
‘Idiotically sloppy’: Churchill’s grandson accuses college event of ‘trashing’ grandfather’s reputation
Event exploring ‘The Racial Consequences of Churchill’ branded by Sir Nicholas Soames as ‘historical illiteracy’The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Anyone aged 60 to 63 can book Covid vaccine this week
The NHS is moving onto the next group after more than three in four people aged 65 to 70 have had their first dose.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Justice Dept. to appeal judge’s order on eviction moratorium
The Justice Department says it will appeal a judge’s ruling that the federal government’s eviction moratorium is unconstitutionalThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Holly Willoughby 'gears up for legal fight with her old agents in row that could cost £10million'
Holly Willoughby, 40, has hired lawyers to take action against the YMU Group after they demanded a percentage of her future earnings, reports suggest.Home | Daily Mail Online
Callous owner sent dog back to rescue centre... because it 'didn't match the sofa'
A dog was once returned to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home because its new owner decided it 'didn't match' the sofa, according to the famous rescue centre's former boss Claire Horton.Home | Daily Mail Online
Double-crossing cats will not choose owners over their enemies, study finds
Cats show no preference for a person who treats their owner positively compared to negatively, a study suggestsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Large police response after reports of shots fired near St Peter's Square
Two 16-year-old boys and a 19-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and possession of a firearm. They all remain in custody.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Old-school Stellantis car factories gear up for the shock of electric
Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant is one of many whose future lies in the hands of the merged auto giantCarlos Tavares is an unashamed petrolhead, with a rally-racing hobby that harks back to an earlier automotive age. Yet carmakers like Stellantis, which he leads, and its rivals have had to set aside affection for roaring internal combustion engines as environmental rules set the limits for the industry.Stellantis was formed in January in a €50bn (£43bn) merger between France’s Peugeot and Italian-American Fiat Chrysler, in one of the clearest responses to the Tesla-driven electric revolution: the merger will allow them to share expensive investments in battery technology. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
‘It’s a funeral march’: French artist JR’s powerful lament for Australia's Murray-Darling
Exclusive: The street artist’s latest work saw 60 people parade through Lake Cawndilla in NSW, holding aloft enormous portraits of local farmers and leaders as they fight to save Australia’s vital river systemThe mood around Lake Cawndilla in north-west New South Wales on Saturday is funereal but defiant, as a procession of around 60 locals parade through scrub and sand around its banks.They carry between them a series of 30m-long cloth figures: three local citrus farmers and prominent Baakandji artist William Badger Bates. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Fall back in love with lunch: Winter chopped salad with peanut & lime dressing
Don't forget to be adventurous with your salad ingredients and use whatever's in season. Keep the textures crisp and the dressing warming.Home | Daily Mail Online
'6 weeks after this photo was taken our whole world turned upside down'
Rochelle Bugg was 25 when she gave up her job and freedom to nurse her dying mother. She explains how it was the most rewarding - and heartbreaking - experience of her lifeHome | Daily Mail Online
Liz Jones Diary: In which I'm ghosted by the New Man
Last week, I wrote how the New Man - you know, the sane one, with a house, own business, son at university, has heard of Emily Maitlis - 'did not enjoy' the references to him in my podcast.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fall back in love with lunch: Pasta salad with peas, broad beans & ricotta
This all-in-one carbs and veggies dish has a simple flavour profile that makes it perfect for lunch, or to serve with fish or chicken for dinner.Home | Daily Mail Online