Asda will roll-out the Pfizer jab in two weeks time (Picture: Getty)Asda will become the first UK supermarket to offer Covid-19 vaccinations starting from January 25.It was selected by NHS England to support the roll-out of the Pfizer/BioNTech jab from an in-store pharmacy in Birmingham.Asda pharmacy staff will administer the doses.
It comes amid reports the Government wants to test 24 hour vaccination centres in a bid to reach its target of vaccinating the first four priority groups by mid
Sir Alex Ferguson admits Manchester United ‘missed out’ on signing Liverpool captain Jordan HendersonSir Alex Ferguson has explained his decision to abort Manchester United’s bid to sign Jordan Henderson (Getty)Sir Alex Ferguson admits Manchester United ‘missed out on a really good person’ by failing to sign Jordan Henderson ahead of Liverpool.The former United manager revealed in his autobiography in 2013 that he was keen on signing Henderson but decided against a move because of the midfielder’s running style.Henderson ended up joining Liverpool from Sunderland in a &p
- Graham (left) on Thursday released hundreds of pages of transcripts from the committee's inquiry into Crossfire Hurricane, and slammed former FBI Director Jim Comey (right) in a statement.
- The worrying new variant of Covid, that prompted Boris Johnson to ban travel from South America, has devastated the Brazilian city of Manaus and led to a surge in hospital admissions
- On Friday, Sullivan, 26, appeared via Zoom from a jail cell in Utah for his first court hearing.Ajudge granted Sullivan bail on strict conditions.
- An unlikely feud between Andy Robertson and Thiago Silva’s wife has emerged (Getty)The wife of Chelsea defender Thiago Silva has fired a dig at Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson on TikTok.The Scotland international posted a brief clip of when he floored Jorginho with a brilliant body-swerve during Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in September.The video, which has received over 500,000 likes on TikTok, uses audio from the viral ‘call an ambulance but not for
- Amar Kettule was hit with a spray of bullets on a side lane near William Street in Fairfield in Sydney's southwest about 2.40am on Sunday.
- Derek Fowlds, also known to TV viewers as private secretary Bernard Woolley in Yes, Minister and then Yes, Prime Minister, died aged 82 in hospital last January.
- The High Court heard that there was 'no power to extradite any individual' to an EU country if they were arrested under a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) before Brexit.
- Parents' sleep schedules often do not return to pre-pregnancy levels for up to six years after the birth of a first baby, a study has discovered.
- Two people on board a flight filled with tennis players from Los Angeles have tested positive for Covid - with the safety of Melbourne hosting the Australian Open in serious doubt.
- Lyndsey Green, 30, was knocked down when driver Jason Lawlor 'lost concentration' and hit speeds of 50mph as he drove along a 30mph stretch of West Derby Road, Liverpool.
- Acting defense secretary Christopher Miller said he can't wait to leave his job. Miller made the remarks in a rambling briefing with reporters as he returned to Washington DC from a trip around the country.
- Nesar, who worked for almost two years on the front lines in Helmand, said from the squalid Moria camp on Lesbos the news was 'a dream come true'.
- The economy fared much better than expected during the November lockdown, triggering predictions that a 'vigorous rebound' is on the cards.
- A doctor who specialises in hate speech believes fallen chef Pete Evans was targeted by neo-Nazi groups before posting hiscartoon featuring the black sun last year.
- ITV news anchor and friend of the royals Tom Bradby says Megxit was 'painful all round' and that their departure from royal life has not been an 'easy or comfortable situation'
- Biologists at the University of Antwerp in Belgium found that the woodpecker gets its beak stuck in tree trunks and then detaches itself by flicking its head at breakneck speeds.
- Villarreal centre-back Pau Torres is on Arsenal’s transfer wishlist (Getty)Unai Emery claims Arsenal target Pau Torres is destined to play for one of the biggest teams in Europe.The Gunners were linked with a move for the Villarreal centre-back a year ago but have since signed Pablo Mari and Gabriel Magalhaes.It’s understood that Mikel Arteta remains keen on signing a defensive partner for Gabriel and Torres remains on Arsenal’s shortlist.However, Arsenal face a lot of competit
- The worst conditions are likely to be in Eastern England, where an amber weather warning has been issued between 5am and 2pm. Northern areas with lying snow saw temperatures plummet.
- Lyndsey Green died and her friend Nicola Worrall so badly injured she needed to learn to walk again after they were hit be speeding driver Jason Lawlor in Liverpool
- Mark Hill, 40, drowned after his canoe overturned on Amberswood Lake, in Wigan, last year. An inquest heard he was drunk at the time as a coroner ruled his death as an accident.
- The boys had an almighty fall out in 2018 – but Sir Rod has now buried the hatchet in order to repair their friendship and set a good example to his eight children
- Should there be a new PlayStation portable? (Sony)A reader makes an argument for Sony attempting a new portable console, to compete with the Switch and win back Japan.I know what you’re thinking. The Nintendo Switch already meets your handheld gaming needs. The big PlayStation games are meant to be experienced on your big 4K TV. Sony’s last attempt with the PlayStation Vita was a flop.Smartphones, tablets, and the Switch leave little room for another dedicated gaming handheld. And So
- Super Mario World – you can’t just play it once (pic: Nintendo)GameCentral readers discuss the single-player video game they’ve replayed the most, from Castlevania to Mass Effect.The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Cranston and asked which game with an ending (so not counting multiplayer) have you come back to the most times and why?We had a lot of entries for this one, but the clear winner was Resident Evil 4, although it was helped by the numbe
- Doom Eternal – on the list (pic: Bethesda)A reader reveals how he did with his goal of completing a game a month from his backlog in 2020 and what he’s got left for 2021.Last year I explained how it was a new year’s resolution for me to complete more games, having finished only one game the previous year and giving up on games too quickly. The first part of the year was a success, as you can see in the first part of this Reader’s Feature.This feature is the follow up for
- PAUL McKENNA: Stress lies, I believe, at the heart of so much modern malaise - it causes insomnia, makes us bad-tempered, and makes us feel disconnected from loved ones.
- Home Secretary Priti Patel's tough measures will apply to trespassers on both private land and public spaces such as village greens and school playing fields.
Who is Drivers License singer Olivia Rodrigo? Meet the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series starHigh School Musical: The Musical: The Series star Olivia Rodrigo is making waves (Picture:Getty/Rex)Olivia Rodrigo is the latest Disney star to see her star rising to greater heights after storming the charts with her single Drivers Licence.The actress and singer is best known for starring in the Disney+ series, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.However, her flourishing music career has opened the star up to a whole new legion of fans.Here’s rundown of everything you need to kno
- Archie Lyndhurst died his sleep after an intracerebral haemorrhage caused by acute lymphoblastic lymphoma/leukaemia at his family home in west London in September.
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