- Donald Trump on Saturday said he had approved a deal for Oracle and Walmart to buy TikTok.
Tiger King’s Carole Baskin rocks animal print face mask as she leaves Dancing With the Stars studiosCarole Baskin is one of the most high-profile contestants on this year’s Dancing With the Stars (Picture: Backgrid)Carole Baskin was looking right on brand in an animal print face mask while leave the Dancing With the Stars studios yesterday.The Tiger King star was also wearing a Big Cat Rescue t-shirt for her dance studio practice.Fierce. We can’t wait to see more of her actual show outfits.Carole’s outing follows her response to the family of her missing husband airing a comm
- The Prime Minister is to reportedly meet medical experts this weekend on how the UK will tackle the second wave of Covid-19, with fresh curbs to be introduced which could see households banned from mixing
- Mikel Arteta knows his Arsenal team were not at their best in the West Ham win (Picture: Getty Images)Mikel Arteta admits his Arsenal team has ‘a lot of issues’ and must ‘improve on many things’ despite a late 2-1 win over West Ham on Saturday night.The Gunners took an early lead thanks to an Alexandre Lacazette header but were pegged back by Michail Antonio before the break.It took a winner from substitute Eddie Nketiah with just five minutes to play for Arsenal to grab
- Britain’s Got Talent viewers cringing at ‘out of tune’ performance from Bhim (Picture: ITV)Britain’s Got Talent viewers were left cringing at Bhim Niroula’s ‘out of tune’ performance.
The hotel manager appeared on tonight’s semi-final to perform his original song Sunday Morning Love You, which was written for his partner.But mid-way through the performance, judge Amanda Holden couldn’t take it anymore and pressed the red buzzer.‘Bhim, I
- Of all the messages about lone births that flooded her inbox this week, it was the one from a father that stopped the campaigning Tory MP Alicia Kearns in her tracks.
- Cheerleader Cayley Mandadi died in October after she was rushed to hospital with 'massive injuries' allegedly caused by her boyfriend, who was later charged with rape and murder
- EXCLUSIVE: Researchers told testing targets could have been reached with full expertise of hospital pathology units - but instead Health Secretary Matt Hancock has poured millions into companies with no previous expertise
- Magical Bones impressed judges with his illusion act (Picture: ITV)Britain’s Got Talent viewers were ‘chuffed’ when it was announced Magical Bones had made it through to the finals.The illusionist – real name Richard Essien – performed an act inspired by Henry Box Brown.Henry Brown was an enslaved 19th century man who escaped slavery at 33 years old by arranging to have himself mailed in a wooden box to abolitionists in Pennsylvania.Magical Bones was up against Siri
- Without an efficiently thorough testing regime in every care home there is the danger of another Covid cull of loved ones with a second wave of deadly infections
- ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: I sat down exactly where the fox had been, ignoring the few tufts of its hair, to watch my programme - and then the itching began on my bottom all of four minutes later.
- Police detained a man in his 20s for questioning after a 30-year-old man was stabbed to death in the residential Liverpool suburb of Dingle this afternoon.
- Chloe, two, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia - her twin sister is missing her terribly as she fights the disease in a hospital in Melbourne, Australia
- Maria Means Cote worked as a celebrity relations manager and counts a number of high-end designers as good friends.
- EXCLUSIVE: Care home chiefs tonight make a grim warning - saying Boris Johnson's government had a chance to fix this but messed it up and now there will be more deaths
- Eddie Nketiah and Dani Ceballos celebrate Arsenal beating West Ham (Picture: Getty Images)Eddie Nketiah scored Arsenal’s winner against West Ham after a Dani Ceballos assist on Saturday night, and confirms that ‘it’s all love’ between the pair after their spat last week.The two Gunners stars clashed in the warm-up ahead of their victory over Fulham last weekend, with things getting physical in a passing routine before kick-off.They had already put the matter to bed, with
- Brian Kolfage, 38, who is accused of stealing from the We Build The Wall campaign along with Steve Bannon and two others,claims the charges leveled against him are 'politically motivated'.
- Tatler has cut huge swathes from its online profile of the Duchess of Cambridge after the society bible was accused of publishing a 'string of lies'.
- Neil Jones with his celebrity partner Alex Scott on last year’s Strictly Come Dancing (Picture: PA)Strictly Come Dancing star Neil Jones is said to be ‘devastated’ after being reportedly dropped as a competitor from this year’s show.The star will now serve as a group dancer on this year’s series, according to the Daily Star Sunday.This comes despite his success dancing with footballer Alex Scott last year – his first time dancing with a celebrity.A Strictly so
- Around 66 million years ago, a giant asteroidstruck Earth, causing the sudden extinction of more than 75 percent of the Earth's plant and animal species.
- Cheaper, farmed imports from New Zealand, Spain and Portugal had already lowered demand for wild venison but the lockdown of restaurants, hotels and cruise ships essentially closed the market.
- A growing demand for eco-friendly products means record numbers of Britons are ordering cleaning products straight to their homes, including washing-up liquid in glass bottles.
- The difference may be explained by an increase in testing in the countries in recent months, but could also be a sign that the virus is mainly infecting younger, healthier people who survive the illness.
- One of the best-positioned country houses for fishing must be Benrig, in the Scottish Borders on the banks of the Tweed - famous for its trout and salmon.
- EXCLUSIVE: Symptomatic people from mainland England are sent to Isle of Wight for tests but then they have to mingle with others on the ferry as they aren't allowed to stay in cars
- The Swedish defender could have done better for all three of Palace’s goals (Picture: Getty)Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refused to criticise Victor Lindelof after Manchester United’s 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace despite the defender being at fault for all three goals they conceded.The Red Devils made a disappointing start to the season and were behind after just seven minutes at Old Trafford on Saturday, with Jeffrey Schlupp racing in behind the ragged backline and squaring for Andros Towns
- In Barston the villagers are fighting back against fly-tipping, with round-the-clock vigils and a £40,000 network of motion-activated CCTV surveillance cameras.
- The new law is part of a plan to fight a second wave of intentions (Picture: EMPICS Entertainment)People in England who refuse to self-isolateface fines of up to £10,000 under a new plan to fight off a second wave.
Ministers are toughening up their stance by making the current guidance a legal requirement.
From September 28, anyone who breaks quarantine rules after testing positive for coronavirus faces a £1,000 penalty which will rise to £10,000 for repeat offenders and for th
- EXCLUSIVE Just 500 copies of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone featuring the errors and printed on cheap paper were ever produced
- With unemployment projected to rise to more than four million as a result of the crisis, the Chancellor has told fellow Ministers that he is deeply concerned about long-term damage.
- People in England who test positive for Covid-19 will have a ‘legal obligation’ to self-isolate from 28 September.
Anyone who breaks the rules will be liable to pay a £10,000 fine, the government has announced.
The rule also applies to people who are told to self-isolate under the test and trace scheme.
More to followPreviously it was not a crime to break self-s
- The new law is part of a plan to fight a second wave of intentions (Picture: EMPICS Entertainment)People in England who test positive for Covid-19 will have a ‘legal obligation’ to self-isolate from 28 September.
Anyone who breaks the rules will be liable to pay a £1,000 fine which could rise o to £10,000 for repeat offenders.
Ministers are toughening up their stance by making the current guidance a legal requirement in a bid to try and prevent a second spike of cor
- Both David Tennant, who played the mass murderer, and Daniel Mays, as the detective who snared him, were rarely seen without a lit cigarette in their hands.
- Baroness Joan Bakewell, 87, has revealed thata junior minister, who has since died, had to be 'fended off' after he made a grab for her early in her career as a broadcaster.
- White working-class children are being left behind by the school system, face a lifetime of economic disadvantage and will be hit hardest by the coronavirus crisis, new research reveals.
- Ministers were accused of being 'in the grip' of Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty amid concerns he could resign and speak out if his tough lockdown measures are ignored.
- Whitehall mandarins have been criticised for wasting money on 'non-jobs' after it was revealed that at least 180 diversity officers are on the payroll across nine Government departments.
- Sir Simon is understood to be in discussions about leaving his position as the chief executive of NHS England early next year.
Is Boris about to make Charles Moore - a pro-hunting, anti-licence fee Brexiteer - new BBC chairman?The Mail on Sunday understands the former editor of The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator, is Downing Street's favoured choice to take over at the Corporation.
- Former Labour Minister Geoffrey Robinson has handed back Commons expenses cash that he was paid 'in error'. He said the matter was now 'concluded'.
- Typically, coughs and colds spike every September when children head back to class, and become even more common during the winter.
- A deeply unflattering portrait suggested that the combination of his own brush with death, dealing with the pandemic and personal financial concerns had taken a terrible toll on the PM.
University debating society 'disinvited' author opposed to gay marriage - only to then re-invite herJournalist and activist Caroline Farrow had been invited to a freshers' week Zoom debate by the University of Exeter to oppose the motion of 'sex work is real work'.
- SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH: Just like the people who lived by the doomed nuclear reactor at Chernobyl, we are on the verge of destruction.
- The students' union claims it is shutting down the presses on the Palatinate newspaper to save money but many at the prestigious university believe the decision is politically motivated.
- Boris Johnson must ensure penalties for breaking the restriction rules are properly policed, even if the police have to be leant on to do it
- (Picture: ITV)Jamie Tate (Alexander Lincoln) finds himself facing the wrath of Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) in Emmerdale, as the truth about Moira’s (Natalie J Robb) hit-and-run is revealed.
Jamie has managed to evade justice regarding the hit-and-run, because both Andrea (Anna Nightingale) and Belle have agreed to keep shtum.
Belle has been by Jamie’s side every step of the way — much to her family’s dismay — and she’s found herself disowned as a result.
- (Picture: BBC)To claim that Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) is a petty man would be somewhat of an understatement as the EastEnders businessman has decided to take out his frustrations over his financial difficulties on close friend Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) – all because she has friend zoned him.Despite the apparent guilt of being partly responsible for her son Dennis’ death, Ian still fancies his chances of making Sharon the 712th Mrs Beale – but she simply doesn’t see him
- (Picture:ITV)Viewers are set to find themselves suspicious of the intentions of sex worker Nicky Wheatley (Kimberly Hart-Simpson) when she tells Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) in Coronation Street that she wants to break free of her life and move away – but she needs money to clear her debts.As things start to get romantic between the pair, is Nicky just using Daniel to help her? Or does she have genuine feelings for him as they share lunch, talk and then sleep together?While things hit a w
- Magical Bones is the third act through to the final (Picture: Rex)Magical Bones has become the third act to make it through to the final of Britain’s Got Talent after winning the judges’ vote. The panel whittled down Saturday’s acts to their top three, which consisted of Magical Bones, X1X Crew and Sirine Jahangir. The 38-year-old dancer and magician impressed David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Ashley Banjo who all voted him their favourite act of the night, meaning he
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