- Jorginho impressed for Chelsea last season (Picture: Getty)Italy forward Lorenzo Insigne insists Chelsea midfielder Jorginho deserves to be shortlisted for the Ballon d’Or.The Blues midfielder enjoyed a hugely impressive second-half of the 2020-21 season under Thomas Tuchel, helping the club win the Champions League for the second time in their history.The 29-year-old is chasing more silverware this summer with Italy winning all three of their Euro 2020 group games to place themselves amon
- The current threshold for herd immunity is believed to be 93% (Picture: REX / Getty Images)Scientists believe the UK may be close to achieving herd immunity against coronavirus as weekly case numbers continue to fall.There are hopes the end of the third wave may now be in sight after experts at University College London calculated the total population’s immunity is at 87%, MailOnline reports.The current threshold for herd immunity is 93% due to the contagious delta variant – which wa
- Two housemates started fighting because one was ‘eating their food too loudly’ (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)Loud chewing usually ranks pretty high on most people’s lists of annoying habits.But for one tenant living in shared accommodation in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, the sound of their roommate eating was so infuriating that a fight broke out.Police eventually had to be called to the address in Bexhill to break up the brawl on Monday.Mid Sussex Neighbourhood Policing Ins
- Tom Gibbs (L) and Donovan Wright are the UK’s first-ever Bison Rangers (Credits: PA)The UK’s first ever bison rangers have been chosen after more than 1,000 people from across the world applied to help introduce the huge mammals into ancient woodland in Kent.A close-knit herd of four European bison is to live in Blean Woods near Canterbury in an effort to restore the habitat.Newly appointed pair Tom Gibbs and Donovan Wright have now started work in what is one of the largest areas of
- Manson has denied the allegations against him (Picture: Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Marilyn Manson has called actress Esmé Bianco’s allegations of assault ‘untrue, meritless’ and a ‘coordinated attack’, in a new court filing.Back in April, Bianco, 39, filed a lawsuit against Manson, real name Brian Warner, accusing him of physical abuse, sexual assault and trafficking.In a new motion to dismiss the lawsuit, Manson’s team called Bianco and other w
- The earthquake’s magnitude is 8.1, according to the US Tsunami Warning System (Picture: USGS)A major earthquake has rocked the Alaska Peninsula, with fears that a tsunami could follow.
The quake has a magnitude of 8.1 and took place 11 miles under the sea, according to the U.S. Tsunami Warning System.
It struck 60 miles south-east from the the city of Chignik, the service added.
A tsunami warning has since been issued for the U.S. Pacific territories of Guam and the Northern Mariana Island
- With so many different styles – it can be hard to know where to start (Picture: Getty/iStockphoto)Yoga has so many benefits.From building strength and balance, to alleviating back pain and stiffness, and even promoting mindfulness and greater wellbeing.But if you haven’t tried yoga before, it can feel like an intimidating world.The spirituality, the sheer number of different classes and types of yoga, the fear of not being able to do the moves – it can feel like too much to get
- From Monday, travellers from the US and EU who are double-jabbed won’t need to quarantine (Picture: Reuters)Boris Johnson runs the risk of allowing another variant to ‘run rampant’ throughout the country by further easing border restrictions, a Labour MP has claimed.It was announced yesterday that England will allow fully vaccinated travellers from the US and EU to enter the country without needing to quarantine.The new rules come into effect from 4am on Monday.Foreign Secretar
- Australians wanting to be served at restaurants and pubs could soon be made to produce vaccination certificates like France and Greece. Restaurant owners are fed up as Sydney is locked down.
- Sen. Ted Cruz called out the CDC over their guidelines that saying vaccinated Americans should wear masks indoors.
- Stress makes you jump to the worst conclusion, researchers have said (Getty)People are quicker to jump to the worst conclusion when they are stressed, new research suggests.A new study into the subject found you’re far more likely to reach undesirable conclusions based on weaker evidence than when you’re relaxed.In other words, you’ll always see the worst possible scenario.Professor Tali Sharot, from University College London, explained: ‘Many of the most significant choi
- Australians who get their vaccines will be able to take advantage once the federal government removes the outbound travel ban which is in place until at least September 17.
- NSW had 239 new cases on Thursday, with 70 of those people active in the community throughout their infectious period. Health bosses say people are making mistakes when they get tested.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe to leave club after Raphael Varane arrivalThe young centre-back has a host of suitors who want him on loan (Pictures: Getty)Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that he expects Axel Tuanzebe to leave the club following the arrival of Raphael Varane from Real Madrid.The Red Devils have agreed a £34million deal to sign the World Cup winner, though he still needs to undergo a medical – which will require him to quarantine beforehand – and sign personal terms.Varane’s looming arrival gives Sol
- Romeo Georges stormed Sydney's CBD on Saturday demanding an end to lockdown. Now, the anti-lockdown protester has admitted his cause has cost him close friendships.
- A 29-year-old woman remains under arrest on suspicion of murdering a baby boy at a house in north Belfast
- World champion Sam Kendricks will not compete at the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for coronavirus (Picture: Getty)American pole-vaulter Sam Kendricks has been ruled out of the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for coronavirus, the United States Olympic Committee has confirmed.Kendricks, the reigning world champion who won bronze at the Rio Games in 2016, has left the Olympic Village and been transferred to a quarantine facility in the Japanese capital.The USOC said in a statement: &
- In a statement Disney said all cast members and guests will need to put on a mask while indoors at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida and Disneyland Resort in California
- NSW has called in the Australian Defence Force to enforce its hardcore four-week lockdown on two million Sydneysiders after the state recorded its worst-ever Covid numbers.
- An airman assigned to the 81st Training Wing died on Wednesday following a road traffic accident involving pedestrians, the base has announced. Three people were injured in the crash.
- Colby’s skin was left raw and he would scream in agony (Pictures: Jam Press/Kristi Chun)A mother has shared her four-year-old son’s incredible recovery after he was prescribed steroid creams to treat newborn eczema – which left his skin red raw.Kristi Chun, 38, from Hawaii, US, was concerned when her son Colby developed a small patch of eczema near his ear lobe one month after his birth in May 2017, with the condition soon spreading towards his mouth.As the eczema dev
- The Department for Education said 2,820 mainstream secondary schools have volunteered for the scheme, which is equivalent to 74 per cent of those eligible.
- Faith Moore, 16, was found near the Verde River around 4 p.m. on Wednesday after she was swept away by dangerous flooding during a monsoon in rural Arizona on Saturday.
- Princess Diana spent the night before her wedding to Prince Charles at Clarence House - and she was understandably excited as well as nervous
- Dogs have had it pretty good in lockdown. With their owners WFH they have had more belly-rubs and midday snacks than they know what to do with.But all that’s about to change.As people slowly start to return to office life – either permanently or on a flexible schedule – dogs are going to have to get used to having more alone time. Unless, or course, you start bringing your dog to work.The pandemic also saw a huge rise in pet ownership, going from 41% of households to 59% i
- Luke decides it’s high time he proposed to Cindy! (Picture: Lime Pictures)Luke Morgan (Gary Lucy) comes to a huge decision in Hollyoaks next week, deciding that it’s time he propose to Cindy Cunningham (Stephanie Waring).
The young man, who viewers will know is worried about his dementia diagnosis, recently reunited with Cindy, after they’d fallen out due to mum Sue’s (Marian McLoughlin) meddling.
Sue assisted in reuniting the feuding lovers, before passing away in emotio
- A nasty scrap but who will win? (Picture: ITV)There’s all out war in Emmerdale as Mandy Dingle (Lisa Riley) and Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) erupt into a huge fight over Jimmy (Nick Miles) and it’s a scrap that won’t be forgotten.
Elsewhere, teens are in danger as both Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) and Sarah Sugden (Katie Hill) suffer medical emergencies.
Emmerdale spoilers this weekMONDAY Aug 2Home harmJamie breaks into Home Farm to access the safe, but before he can unload the
- Can Tiffany and Keegan fix things in EastEnders? (Picture: BBC)It’s a week full of pain and misery in EastEnders as Tiffany Butcher (Maisie Smith) is left devastated when Keegan Baker (Zack Morris) storms out on her – and it gets even worse when he finds himself in the arms of Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero).
Elsewhere, Nancy Carter (Maddy Hill) gets into a fight but when she and Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) end up in prison, will it help them bond?
EastEnders spoilers this weekMonday
- Rescuers were rushed to the scene by air, train and on foot as two women were struck (Picture: Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team)Two walkers were airlifted to hospital after being hit by lightning on the summit of Snowdon.One of the women only received minor injuries but the other was seriously hurt during yesterday afternoon’s freak storm.
Rescuers said one of the hikers had blood running down one side of her face and and ‘falling in and out of consciousness’ when they arrived at
Big banks warn workers in Sydney branches could lose one in ten jobs, as food and petrol prices riseA tenth of workers are likely to lose their jobs during Sydney's extended lockdown and rising inflation and prices mean they will struggle when only getting $750-a-week government support.
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