- UK inflation fell to the lowest rate in more than four years in August as a result of discounted meals, lower taxes on hospitality purchases and a decline in air travel
- In a bid to avoid the bulk buying which left shop shelves across the UK almost bare in March, the supermarket giant will limit items such as flour, toilet roll and wipes to three per customer.
Female driver is given a parking fine despite her grovelling note to inspectors about hospital visitSusie Best received the ticket after leaving her silver Mercedes in the Raglan Street car park, in Mosman, an affluent suburb in Sydney's north.
- One big meal a day could be better for kitties (Picture: Getty)Our furry friends know how to pull at our heartstrings when it comes to food.But a new study has found that cats are less likely to beg for food and will be generally more satisfied if they have one large meal a day, rather than two smaller ones.The research shows that cats are better at controlling their hunger when they are given just one hefty meal a day – as it mimics their eating patterns in the wild.In experiments, m
- Nicholas Beanland, 24, has denied rape and assault by penetration (Picture: WALES NEWS SERVICE)A Cardiff University student accused of raping a woman as she slept later messaged her to say ‘sorry if it’s true’, a court heard.Nicholas Beanland, 24, from Hampshire, is accused of climbing on top of the sleeping woman as he stayed in her room after a night out.He has denied rape and assault by penetration, saying the messages he sent after the alleged incident were ‘sarcastic
Steve Coogan was just as floored by the Alan Partridge statue, which was suddenly erected in Norfolk city centre yesterday, as locals were.The comedian behind the problematic local radio DJ, who made his first appearance on On The Radio in 1991, appeared on BBC Breakfast today to praise fans Nick Dutton and Gavin Fulcher who were behind the guerrilla project.‘I was flabbergasted,&r
A pensioner, who hasn’t been to the doctors in 70 years has revealed his secret to keeping healthy.Bernard, 88, appeared on Friday’s This Morning where he spoke to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford from his home via video link.Bernard simply told the hosts that he thinks his good health is all down to ‘luck’.‘I am very lucky, but I have always been active and
- Eugenie's mum The Duchess of York gushed over her youngest daughter's pregnancy announcement and said she couldn't wait to welcome a new baby into the family
- Leon Stott, 35, ploughed into a row of stationary cars (Picture: SWNS)A lorry driver who killed a pensioner and severely injured two men while distracted has been jailed for more than three years.Leon Stott, 35, ploughed into a row of stationary cars at 56mph after taking his eyes off the road for a ‘considerable’ period while using cruise control on the M58 in Lancashire in January 2019.He had been fiddling with the temperature and radio controls inside his vehicle. Margaret Ha
- According to a Travelodge study, many of us also appreciatea good cup of tea, and the joys of a good belly laugh, while the NHS,a garden and the family pet are also among the top things in life.
- Married father-of-three Juan Emilio Ameri shocked fellow lawmakers by letting a pretty blonde sit on his lap, pulling down her top and kissing her right nipple during a parliamentary session..
- Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have both been involved in disputes with Barcelona this summer (Picture: Getty)Lionel Messi has passed on his best wishes to Luis Suarez and taken aim at Barcelona for pushing out ‘one of the most important players in the club’s history’.New head coach Ronald Koeman made it clear Suarez was not in his plans for the new season and the 33-year-old striker joins Atletico Madrid on a free transfer after Barcelona agreed to terminate his contract a year
- An officer has been shot dead by a man being detained inside Croydon Custody Centre, south London - a thin blue line is being used to 'unite us in hardship and grief'
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not short of options in midfield (Picture: Getty Images)Manchester United legend Bryan Robson reckons Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s best midfield is a trio of Bruno Fernandes, Donny Van de Beek and Nemanja Matic, leaving out Paul Pogba.The arrival of Van de Beek this summer, United’s only major signing of the transfer window so far, has brought into question how Solskjaer will best set-up his three-man midfield.A threesome of Van de Beek, Pogba and Fernandes would be
- The exclusive beachside community of Byron Bay is reportedly being overrun with Melburnians driving expensive Range Rovers and flaunting designer outfits.
- Anna Norbury has died, aged 26 (Picture: Bruce Adams / Daily Mail)Brookside star Anna Norbury has died, aged 26.The actress – who starred as Alice Farnham on the soap – died on 7 September, with her family confirming the sad news.The Sun states her mum, Maria, placed an obituary in the Telegraph, commemorating her daughter.‘She will be remembered for her warmth, her wit, her clarity, her forthrightness, and above all for her beautiful and innocent humanity,’ it
- A parent shared a video on Reddit showing a 15-metre long note with hundreds of lines of text written in different colour felt tips from a neighbour, accusing them of not returning their child's toys
- The UK national debt has topped £2 trillion (Credits: Getty Images)The UK’s national debt has topped £2,000,000,000,000 (£2 trillion), the Office for National Statistics revealed on Friday.Public sector debt has soared as the government pumps money into the economy to keep businesses afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.The financial support for businesses comes in many forms such as self-employment grants and furlough schemes.But where does the government borrow this mon
- Abida Karim was found dead by police in a 'domestic-related' killing in Leeds, West Yorkshire yesterday morning.
- Paedophile Rolf Harris has been seen in public for the first time since he turned 90 during the coronavirus lockdown. He was spotted taking his dog for a walk in Bray in Berkshire.
- Lily Rann, 12, chose the style because of her Jamaican heritage. But Norton Hill School in Somerset told her she would have to go to isolation if the extenstions were not removed.
Heartbreak and loneliness – what happened when Covid cancelled Europe’s biggest matchmaking festival‘It makes me very sad that we can’t go this year. We never miss it,’ explains Albert Lawlor over the phone from his home in Limerick, Ireland.He lives there with his wife, Cecily and the couple, both in their mid-seventies, are celebrating their 53rd wedding anniversary.Although they have much to rejoice in, they admit to feeling a little low. For the first time since their wedding day on September 21, 1968, they aren’t spending their anniversary in the town of Lisdoonvar
- The woman worked at the firm's factory in Freightliner Road, Hull, where the previous cases were discovered and where she was described by colleagues as 'an important member'.
- Members of a British Airways cabin crew were taken from their Marriott Hotel rooms by officials in hazmat suits to a quarantine facility after a stewardess caught Covid-19
- Grandparents have been saving parents a lot of money (Picture: Getty)The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on parents and grandparents alike.Lockdown meant that parents had to juggle working from home and childcare at the same time – without any help from grandparents, who were likely to be isolating.Not to mention, grandparents have been deprived of quality time with their grandchildren due to safety risks – and it’s still unknown how long they will have to go without cuddli
David Beckham is said to be releasing his own brand of organic honey after finding an unconvential new hobby in lockdown – beekeeping.The football legend has his own hive and beekeeping equipment at his home in the Cotswolds and is preparing to make the most of his new pastime.He truly is a man of many talents.A source told The Sun: ‘Beekeeping started as a fun hobby early in
- Prince Andrew was said to have no other option but to fly privately (Pictures: REX/Getty Images)Nearly £16,000 of taxpayers’ money was spent on flying Prince Andrew to a golf tournament on a private jet, it’s been revealed.
The royal accounts for the last financial year have just been published and show the Prince, known as ‘airmiles Andy’, took a charter flight to Northern Ireland in July 2019.He’s said to have had no other option in order to attend the Royal
- Rescue teams have been racing to save 20 pilot whales after 470 became stranded on the sandbanks at Macquarie Harbour, off Tasmania's west coast, on Monday.
- Zoe Phillips and Andrew Perry worked for Gwent Police in Wales but resigned when the affair came to light, before a disciplinary panel ruled their actions amounted to gross misconduct.
- The premier apologised for his government's decision to use private security guards at coronavirus quarantine hotels as he faced the inquiry into the embattled program on Friday.
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