- Harvey Goldman (left) on Tuesday said parents in New York City were unaware of the extent to which critical race theory was taught in schools, like the one he pulled his child from (right).
- Inaccurate statistics were used to justify building thousands of homes on green belt land in Coventry as The Office for National Statistics had predicted Coventry's population would rise by 32 per cent.
Boy, 13, found dead as two others,11 and 12, were sleeping in a bin in Port Lincoln, South AustraliaThe grim discovery was made in the South Australian town of Port Lincoln, west of Adelaide, at 5.20 on Tuesday morning.
- Once Britain's foreign travel ban is lifted on May 17, Downing Street said those going abroad could show the app upon arrival to prove they have had two vaccine doses (file photo)
- Australian soccer star Sam Kerr has spent a night celebrating after kicking a golden boot-winning goal to lift Chelsea to back-to-back titles in the Women's Super League.
- The British Virgin Islands and a raft of Caribbean countries are reported to be the likely few to be among the small number of more easily accessible destinations in a month's time
- Pte Wolf likely suffered a cardiac arrest and then sustained a brain injury in the fall, expert witnesses are expected to tell the NSW Coroners Court.
- Baxter, a four-year-old female pit bull terrier, was tied up by her owner outside World Square shopping centre in the Sydney CBD, and gone when he returned to fetch her.
- Islands in the Caribbean such as Antigua, Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis are reporting close to zero infection rates and so could make it on to the 'green list' when it is updated next month.
- A record proportion of pupils from state schools and deprived areas gained entry to Oxford University last year, figures showed yesterday, with 68.6 per cent state-educated compared to 62.3 in 2019.
- But the government's advisors, the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies [SAGE], think a future spike won't be as bad as the coronavirus waves that crippled the country last year
- Should Lady Dimitrescu have her own game? (pic: Capcom)The Tuesday Inbox wonders why Xbox owners don’t like Resident Evil, as another reader admits they don’t enjoy Red Dead Redemption 2.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
I think I’m near the end of Resident Evil Village now and it’s a real shame about Lady Dimitrescu not really being in it that much. That’s a decision that was obviously made before the marketing ma
- Motorists in Atlanta on Monday night were complaining that gas stations were empty.
- Giving each other a brotherly hug, Mustafa, seven, and Muzzammel, five, are two of the children still at the mercy of the Taliban after they and their families were promised sanctuary in Britain.
- Age UK found that quarter of over-60s believe ability to do everyday tasks has declined over the past year and that living through the pandemic has accelerated the social care needs (file photo)
- Sharon Rose has kindly donated her eighth Great Dane, three-year-old Barnaby's body to the Royal Veterinary College after he sadly lost his fight with a bloating illness
- Ben Bradley (pictured), 31, will rake in a six-figure salary after he was elected as the new leader of Nottinghamshire County Council alongside his role as Mansfield's MP.
- The monarch is said to be under pressure to cut off her cousin Prince Michael of Kent's invitations to royal banquets following the claims he offered himself for hire to seek favours from Vladimir Putin
- Research by the James Cook University in Queensland found coral reefs are under severe threat from carbon dioxide emissions.
- Nick Jonas rose to fame with his brothers in their band on a Disney series called Jonas (Picture: Getty)Nick Jonas is glad the stigma of working with Disney has gone and he now believes it’s a brilliant platform for rising stars.The singer, 28, rose to fame with his brothers Kevin and Joe thanks to their appearance on the Disney Channel in their own show Jonas and in movies such as Camp Rock and its sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.While he admits working with the entertainment company ha
- Zoe’s unborn baby had a benign tumour on his neck (Picture: Channel 4)Tonight’s episode of Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles proved to be an emotional rollercoaster, as one woman hoped to save her unborn son who had a tumour.The new Channel 4 programme focuses on patients in the Fetal Medicine unit at St George’s Hospital in London, who give parents hope and babies a chance at lifeThis evening’s episode followed expectant mother Zoe, who had fallen pregnant with her
- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Monday that some of the Iranian fast boats came as close as 150 yards of six U.S. military vessels escorting the submarine Georgia.
- What’s in store today? (Picture: Metro)Wondering what the universe has in store for you today?
Take a peak at the stars for all the answers you’re looking for.Pisces, now’s the time to start that project you’ve been thinking about.Aries’, it’s a good day to think about looking for new avenues of self-promotion.As for the other signs, read on to find out your destiny.For your star sign's forecast, call...
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- Lex Greensill has not spoken publicly since the collapse of his lending firm Greensill Capital in March triggered a wave of revelations about David Cameron's (pictured) lobbying.
- The Prime Minister has been warned that more delays will lead to a "rocketing" number of elderly people desperately in need of support and struggling to pay the bills.
- Almost 4.1million Britons have been diagnosed with diabetes, compared with just over two million back in 2004/05. Sean Carter-Selwood (pictured), 27, from Swindon, didn't know he was at risk of diabetes.
- Diabetes UK warns that Type 2 is the biggest health crisis of our time and almost one million people are thought to be unaware they have the condition - which can lead to heart attacks and amputations
- U.S. Capitol Police forces needs standalone counter-surveillance unit if it is to prevent future intelligence failures that contributed to Jan. 6 attack, according to Inspector General Michael Bolton.
- The Republican governor of Maryland Larry Hogan has issued a blanket pardon to 34 victims of lynchings who were hanged to death by white mobs between 1834 and 1933.
- John Paul and James are growing closer – much to Ste’s dismay (Picture: Lime Pictures)Hollyoaks’ Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) begins to worry that James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) is falling for ex John Paul McQueen (James Sutton).
John Paul is currently facing a murder charge, after his fiancé George Kiss (Callum Kerr) turned up dead.
James has been using his legal expertise in the hopes of securing John Paul his freedom, but next week, he’s left with little ch
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