- A new right-back could be top of Arsenal’s transfer wish list this summer (Picture: Getty Images)Hector Bellerin is ready to test himself away from Arsenal and will look to leave the club this summer with the Gunners already lining up potential replacements, according to reports.The 25-year-old, who has been at the Emirates since leaving Barcelona’s youth team in 2011, has long been linked with a return to Camp Nou while the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus have been touted
- Edinburgh has two of the few pandas left in captivity, and is trying to breed them (Picture: Jam Press)Families are being given the chance to win a private zoo tour and get up-close and personal with their favourite animals in an exciting raffle draw.The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has teamed up with Crowdfunder to give one lucky person and three guests the opportunity to visit Edinburgh Zoo after hours and go behind the scenes with its magnificent resident animals.The winner will have
- Rivkah played Katie opposite Jack Black in School of Rock (Picture: Allstar/PARAMOUNT)One of the child stars of School of Rock has said that being bullied because of the film led to them becoming a ‘raging addict’.Rivkah Reyes, who uses they/them pronouns, played bassist Katie in the 2003 comedy starring Jack Black, which followed a wannabe rock star who turns a group of private school kids into a rock band while pretending to be a substitute teacher.They were 10 years old when they
- Rihanna stunned in her latest campaign (Picture:Savage X Fenty / Instagram)Rihanna has revealed her latest campaign for Savage x Fenty, which sees the singer rocking 70s-style floral looks. The nine-time Grammy winner, 33, posed up in a turquoise floral bikini and matching cover up in a garden to showcase her latest collection.Rihanna shared one of the stunning images on her Instagram, writing: ‘Savage af. don’t trip. New @savagexfenty out now – only on sava
- Health workers who have so far refused the coronavirus vaccine could be legally obliged to have the jab following a review of inoculation passports
- The Mirror's Kevin Maguire says the "self-congratulatory" Chancellor is "a man without a proper plan, no substance justifying the slick spin"
Once-in-a-lifetime chance to win private access to Edinburgh Zoo and get up close and personal with your favourite animalsFamilies are being given the chance to win a private zoo tour and get up-close and personal with their favourite animals in an exciting raffle draw.
It’s a Sin: Russell T Davies reveals scene he refused to write: ‘I’d rather die than type that page’Russell T Davies refused to add a ‘crass’ requested scene into the show (Picture: Channel 4)It’s A Sin’s Russell T Davies has revealed channel bosses tried to make him add a scene that he ‘would have rather died than write’. The smash-hit series on the HIV crisis had more than its fair share of issues being given the go ahead, with Russell previously revealing it was shopped to multiple channels before Channel 4 finally snapped it up. In one instance
- The apartments, aimed at ensuring elderly people do not feel as if they have to go back into the closet in later life, have been labelled the nation's "first LGBT+ affirming retirement community" by owners Tonic Housing
- When can slumber parties commence? (Picture: Getty)Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently unveiled his plans for England’s exit from the coronavirus lockdown, which details the easing of restrictions on socialising and hospitality venues.The rules on overnight stays, either for social visits or tourism, will remain in place for a little while longer.Under the current lockdown rules, overnight stays are not allowed ‘unless you have a reasonable excuse’ – including visiting
- The German coach had discussed a move to the Premier League with his peers (Picture: Chelsea TV)Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has revealed that he frequently spoke to both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola about the Premier League – though did not get their advice before joining the Blues.The German coach replaced Frank Lampard in January and has enjoyed an excellent run of form since taking over, yet to taste defeat, though faces a mammoth task on Thursday night with an away trip to face reigni
- The Chancellor said the zones would make it "cheaper to do business" - but critics have said they're an excuse to turn parts of the UK into tax havens.
US government spends millions buying trusting cats and torturing them to death for ‘pointless’ experimentsThe US government has been condemned for spending millions of dollars on cats which are then tortured to death in the name of medical research (Pictures: CBSLA)US government officials are spending millions on cats bought from breeders which are then tortured to death for experiments branded ‘pointless.’ The taxpayer-funded animal abuse was carried out by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs at three secretive laboratories across the US, including one in Los Angeles.One of the vi
- The winger has been consistently linked with a move to Old Trafford (Picture: Getty Images)Ian Wright wants to see Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho move to the Premier League amid the ongoing speculation linking him with a switch to Manchester United.Sancho, 20, spent the majority of his youth career in England at Watford and Manchester City before joining German club Dortmund in 2017.The England international has flourished over recent seasons and last weekend, he became the first and youn
- Tammy Abraham was left out of the squad to face Manchester United (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel insists Tammy Abraham has a future at Stamford Bridge and that people shouldn’t look too closely at his decision to omit the striker from Sunday’s squad to face Manchester United.The forward was a notable absentee as Tuchel selected Olivier Giroud to start in the 0-0 draw, with Abraham not named on Chelsea’s bench.The striker faces a
- Liverpool face top four rivals Chelsea in a crunch Premier League game tomorrow (Picture: LFC YouTube)Jurgen Klopp has played down Liverpool’s chances over overtaking Manchester United and admits his side are embroiled in a shootout with at least five other clubs for a place in the top four.The German reluctantly conceded the title his side won in such emphatic fashion last season following last month’s calamitous 3-1 defeat at Leicester City, where an error from Alisson Becker effec
- Scientists advising people to wear a mask when jogging near others have been accused of "whipping up hysteria and anxieties" by an infectious disease expert
- Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced huge changes to tax, furlough and Stamp Duty in his 2021 Budget - along with eye-watering spending for coronavirus. Here are all the policies that hit you at-a-glance
- The change may penalise those who save more into their pensions every year (Picture: Getty)The maximum amount people can pay into a pension without incurring extra tax costs has been frozen for the next five years.
The pensions lifetime allowance will stay at £1,073,100 until April 2026 and not rise with inflation as expected.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the freeze in today’s budget. He’s also confirmed the annual allowance will stay at £40,000-a-year.
Experts have w
Late-night TV host Stephen Colbert has defended the decision to discontinue the publication of six lesser-known children’s books by Dr Seuss.Tuesday saw Dr Seuss Enterprises announced that And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, If I Ran the Zoo, McElligot’s Pool, On Beyond Zebra!, Scrambled Eggs Super! and The Cat’s Quizzer will no longer be published, as a resu
- You might still get lucky today (pic: Sony)Problems with the GAME website mean that the PS5 has technically been in stock all day, with Smyths and ShopTo also expected to restock.As predicted, February proved a lot easier to get a PlayStation 5 than any month before it and March is looking to be even better.It’s still very difficult, and you’ve got to be in the right place at the right time, but it’s a lot easier than it used to be. Earlier rumours already suggested that March
- A civilian contractor died as at least ten rockets slammed into the Ain al-Asad military complex in Anbar Province, where coalition forces and Iraqi troops are based
- Klopp has been impressed with Wijnaldum (Picture: Getty)Jurgen Klopp hailed Georginio Wijnaldum as Liverpool’s ‘most consistent player this season’ as he considers how to shuffle his pack with a Fabinho return imminent.
Wijnaldum has been involved in each of Liverpool’s 26 Premier League matches and only started on the bench twice.
It’s been a tough season for the defending champions, who have lost key players such as Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez to long-term injur
- Virgin Media appears to have crashed across the UK, leaving thousands of locked-down Britons working from home unable to get online.
- Allegations the Duchess of Sussex had bullied two palace staff members were revealed in the Times yesterday before sources claimed rows led to "terrified" staff "shaking"
- Aleksey Zhdanov, 35, is accused of attacking Olga, 36, and her daughter at their home in Nizhny Tagil, central Russia after they earlier met at a grocery store
- University of Bristol researchers who led the research said the results were significant because they 'were in people who are least expected to be protected against the vaccine'.
- In a crucial Budget that will set the country's course for years, Rishi Sunak is extending the £53billion furlough scheme for an extra five months, as well as keeping self-employed and business bailouts.
- Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak got to his feet shortly after 12.30pm to deliver the crucial speech on his plans for taxation and spending as Britain recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
- The Chancellor used the Budget to confirm that furloughed workers will continue to receive 80 per cent of their wages for the next seven months.
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