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Virginia Roberts will only accept settlement from Andrew if it 'holds him to account', says lawyer
David Boies, Ms Roberts' New York attorney, said Ms Roberts does not want a settlement that would allow Andrew to 'escape' responsibility due to his 'position' and 'wealth', according to reports.Home | Daily Mail Online
Welsh people return to nightclubs for the first time this year
Thousands of Welsh people returned to nightclubs for the first time in 2022 after the Principality's First Minister Mark Drakeford eliminated most of the country's Covid-19 restrictions.Home | Daily Mail Online
Number of civil servants working in some Whitehall departments more than triple this week
The number of civil servants working in some Whitehall departments more than tripled this week after being told to return to the office, according to a Daily Mail audit.Home | Daily Mail Online
Anthony Martial's biggest admirer poses a serious question of Manchester United's January call
Anthony Martial has completed a loan move to Sevilla but have Manchester United made a mistake?Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Man City path for Pep Guardiola's 'next Phil Foden' is clear after triple transfer failure
James McAtee wants more regular playing minutes, but he has been shown that time under Pep Guardiola is preferable to the perils of the loan market.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
Arsenal news: Mikel Arteta's striker options laid out as Dusan Vlahovic snub explained
Arsenal's Mikel Arteta is trying to bring in a new striker this month, with ex-captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang set to leave but Fiorentina's Dusan Vlahovic has turned the club downMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Britain's Got Talent hopeful in 'medical emergency as he slashes head open in audition'
Auditions for the new series of Britain's Got Talent (BGT) are underway with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams back as the judgesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Popular TV star couple 'draft in lawyers after their X-rated is sex tape leaked online'
A popular TV couple have reportedly called in lawyers after their sex tape was leaked online.Home | Daily Mail Online
Labour is now more trusted than the Tories with taxes and reducing the cost of living, suggests poll
The Ipsos Mori survey found 37 per cent of adults in Britain trust Labour most on taxation, compared with 27 per cent for the Conservatives.Home | Daily Mail Online
Country's biggest double glazing installer Safestyle UK is hit by a cyber attack
Safestyle UK - known for its 'You buy one, you get one free' advertising campaign - is understood to have been targeted in a 'ransomware' attack. Hackers customer details for over 400,000 people.Home | Daily Mail Online
TV celebrity couple call in lawyers over alleged online sex-tape leak
A famous television duo have called in lawyers to remove sex videos and images that have been shared on social media accounts via direct messages, it is allegedMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Boris Johnson to demand Kremlin 'steps back' from the brink of war in Eastern Europe
In a phone call next week Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to demand the Kremlin 'steps back' from the brink of war in eastern Europe.Home | Daily Mail Online
BBC Today host Justin Webb refuses to listen to Radio 4 and prefers 'silence' to the station
The 'Today' programme host says he prefers 'silence' to the BBC's main radio station which broadcasts his morning flagship news show. Webb dismissed Radio Four as 'informative noise.'Home | Daily Mail Online
PETA calls for moggies to be kept inside to stop them killing wildlife
A call for all cats to be kept inside to stop them killing wildlife seems sure to get fur flying among pet lovers. Peta, an animal rights charity, issued the demand-along with a ban on cat flaps.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pets are being 'put at risk' as private equity giants swallow up vets
More than half of the 6,000 veterinary practices are owned by just six companies. And three of them are private equity firms.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pregnant insurance broker sacked after looking for prams online during work hours
Paige Mowatt, who worked at One Call Insurance in Doncaster, spent more than ten-and-a-half hours viewing non-work-related material over just 15 days, an employment tribunal heard.Home | Daily Mail Online
US halts Egypt military aid over rights after huge arms sale
The Biden administration says it has cancelled $130 million in military aid to Egypt over human rights concerns just three days after greenlighting a massive $2.5 billion arms sale to the countryThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
It's some of Britain's most fertile land - yet there's a plan to cover 2,800 acres with solar panels
If proposals currently being considered go through, compulsory purchase orders could be used to turn this green land into Britain's biggest 'solar farm'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Argentine singer Verdaguer dies of COVID-19 complications
Argentine singer-songwriter Diego Verdaguer, whose romantic hits such as “Corazón de papel,” “Yo te amo” and “Volveré” sold almost 50 million copies, has died of complications from COVID-19The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Biden signals he WILL move troops to Eastern Europe 'in the near term'
President Biden signaled Friday evening that he does plan to move troops to Eastern Europe , even as Ukrainian officials are publicly downplaying U.S. assessments of imminent Russian invasion.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man Utd news: Ralf Rangnick's ruthless statement as Erling Haaland decision slammed
Former England manager Sam Allardyce has slammed Manchester United for passing on Erling Haaland, while Ralf Rangnick has opened up about Jesse Lingard's futureMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Weekend Hot Topic: Gaming without Sony or Nintendo
Readers consider what they’d do if Microsoft and other large corporations were able to force out or acquire Nintendo and Sony.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Why PS5 vs. Xbox Series X doesn’t matter – Reader’s Feature
A reader tries to defuse the current gen console war by looking at the pros and cons of both consoles and how largely equal each other out.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Why Xbox cloud gaming is a bigger killer app than Game Pass – Reader’s Feature
Frustrated at not being able to buy a PS5, a reader gets an Xbox Series S instead and is very impressed by its cloud streaming service.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Robot cop dog taking homeless peoples’ temperature amid Covid in Hawaii deemed ‘dehumanizing’
Police say the robot, Spot, saves them money and health risks in the coronavirus pandemic.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Hospital patient moved to hotel and 'left without care for over a week'
Linda Slade has told how her father was taken from Southmead Hospital to the Bristol Hotel due to Covid concerns and staff shortages but then left for over a week without medical careMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Ukraine: ‘This is panic!’ Zelensky calls out West amid rising Russia-Ukraine tensions
UKRAINE PRESIDENT Volodymyr Zelensky criticised the West for creating "panic" over the build up of over 100,000 Russian troops on its border, claiming it is destabilising the economy.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Sales soar for 'Maus' after its banning in Tennessee
Just days after the banning of “Maus” by a Tennessee school district made national news, two editions of Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize winning graphic story about the Holocaust have reached the top 20 on AmazonThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Macron halts plans to sue Britain over post-Brexit fishing licences
The Elysee Palace insisted before Christmas it would take the Government to court over the long-running row. Post-Brexit, French skippers must apply for permission to access UK waters.Home | Daily Mail Online
IMF urges El Salvador to scale back its Bitcoin push
The International Monetary Fund says that El Salvador should dissolve the $150 million trust fund it created when it made the cryptocurrency Bitcoin legal tender and return any of those unused funds to its treasuryThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
'Britain's Bill Gates' Mike Lynch set for extradition to the US
A High Court judge yesterday ruled that Dr Mike Lynch masterminded an elaborate scheme to cook Autonomy's books before it was sold to HP in 2011 for £8.3 billion.Home | Daily Mail Online
Alaska court rules against youths in climate change lawsuit
The Alaska Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by 16 young Alaskans who claimed long-term effects of climate change will devastate Alaska and interfere with their individual constitutional rightsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
PM's wife Carrie 'offered to organise cake for lockdown-breaking party'
The Partygate investigation is said to be looking into an exchange between the Prime Minister's wife, 33, and at least one other senior official, according to reports.Home | Daily Mail Online
Detached houses worth over £420,000 on average as prices grow twice as fast as smaller homes
The average standalone house in the UK has jumped by 16.6 per cent or £60,556 since the start of the pandemicHome | Daily Mail Online
British man, 70, dies inside 'happy ending' massage parlour' in Thai 'Sin City' of Pattaya
Police arrived at the 'Lovely Massage' shop in Bang Lamung, Pattaya City in Thailand to find John Swain, 70, had died during the experience following him falling asleep and choking.Home | Daily Mail Online
Eight Russell Group universities STILL won't pull the plug on virtual learning
Of the 24 universities in the prestigious Russell Group, eight have kept at least a portion online even though Government Covid restrictions have been lifted.Home | Daily Mail Online
Menopausal staff must get same protection against discrimination as victims of racism, say lawyers
The Discrimination Law Association (DLA) has called for specific legal protections for women who are experiencing the 'change of life'. (File photo.)Home | Daily Mail Online
Halle Berry admits having 'commitment ceremony' with Van Hunt after teasing fake wedding
Halle Berry is currently in a relationship with musician Van Hunt, whom she is understood to have begun dating in 2020Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Trump’s White House press aide subpoenaed in Capitol riot investigation
January 6 committee requests documents and deposition from former deputy press secretaryThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Met's investigation of cheese and wine parties in Downing Street is a shambles
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: While Partygate has profound political implications, the worst punishment anyone deemed to have breached the rules will get is a fixed penalty notice.Home | Daily Mail Online
Stealth tax on graduates who will pay an extra £113 per year
The Department for Education said it would keep the salary threshold at £27,295 despite inflation rocketing to 5.4 per cent - its highest in 30 years. Critics said the threshold should rise with inflation.Home | Daily Mail Online
‘Nanny,’ ‘Exiles,’ ‘Navalny’ among top Sundance winners
A drama about an undocumented nanny in New York City, a documentary about three exiled dissidents from Tiananmen Square and another doc about Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny have won top prizes at the Sundance Film FestivalThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Storm Malik tracker: UK braces for 72 hours of gales - will your area be hit?
It comes as a number of weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office - with gusts of up to 70mph possibly causing travel chaos and damage to buildingsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Ten changes to the Highway Code today that motorists must know
A total of 50 rules have been added or updated in nine separate sections of the road user's rule book from today. Here are 10 car drivers need to know...Home | Daily Mail Online
Partygate report due at No 10 within days as police deny delaying publication
Reports circulate of a potential outside challenger for the Tory leadership who is thought by some to represent the ‘best chance for a fresh start’.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...