- A flyer for a takeaway restaurant in Dulwich, London, has left people cracking up after they spotted a rather unfortunate punctuation mistake
- Just 9,854 people tested positive for the disease in England yesterday, almost half of the number of diagnoses last Tuesday (18,626).
- The money was part of the £25 million haul grabbed by a team of professional burglars who raided Tamara Ecclestone's Kensington mansion.
- Rishi Sunak today announced he is slashing the UK's foreign aid budget as he put the Government on a collision course with furious Tory MPs and charity bosses.
- In an amusing video, the five-month-old British shorthair called Mai Mai is seen eagerly licking the lifelike blue fish on the painting board as though he was trying to devour his meal.
- The Chancellor also pledged £55billion to battle the pandemic in 2021, including £2.6billion for devolved administrations, as he set out his plans in the Spending Review at the House of Commons.
- The Office for Budget Responsibility said that the tens of billions spent on the job retention scheme and billions more spent on business loans and grants had fended off a catastrophe this year.
- Peterson is well-known for his 'grow up' approach to adulthood and his 2018 book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, is an international bestseller, having sold more than 5million copies.
- Dr Sahil Patel, an associate dentist at the Harley Street Smile Clinic, could face a ban by the General Dental Council if it is found the woman he slept with was still his patient at the time.
- The House of Commons is well stocked up on Christmas puddings and may well have to hold some over until next year (Credits: Getty Images/iStockphoto)More than 1,000 Christmas puddings were being prepared by chefs at the House of Commons in the weeks before MPs voted against extending free school meals.The catering service made the desserts between August and September as it prepared for the festive season. Chefs made 1,250 individual portions, according to information released by the Commons und
- Adrian Kowalski said he feared for his life when he spotted the 44-tonne Artic truck bearing down on him near the M1 in Barlborough, Derbyshire
- Cairns, Far North Queensland, currently has no cases of COVID-19 but traces of the virus suggests there may be unknown cases.
- Are YOU the right woman for Wayne? (Picture: Rex/Metro.co.uk)Line up, ladies – Wayne Lineker, the self-proclaimed eligible bachelor of the UK, has signed up to Celebs Go Dating.
The 58-year-old went viral in September after declaring himself in need of a ‘wifey’ and giving his list of demands to potential other halves.
It must be said, he’s at least a man that knows what he wants, even if what he wants verges on the absolutely bonkers.
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- After visiting the hospital with contractions, Natosha Kramer claims she was discharged with stomach flu. Later the same day, she gave birth at home without assistance of a medical professional
- The daily death toll across the US spiked to 2,146 yesterday, which is the highest number of deaths per day since May 8 during the initial peak of the virus.
- The mental hospital in Ballinasloe, which opened in 1833 to take care of 'curable lunatics'and 'idiots' who were sometimes sent away from prisons or abandoned by their families.
Gary Rhodes’ son George has revealed he and his family are headed to Dubai to remember his father one year on from his death.
The chef tragically died last year at the age of 59 after collapsing and suffering a subdural hematoma.A subdural hematoma is usually caused by a head injury, and causes blood to collect between the skull and the surface of the brain.George has explained tha
- Trump's 60-second press briefing left the White House reporters bemused, with one caught on a hot mic describing it as being 'weird as s***' and another saying it was one of the 'stranger' events.
- The Argos Black Friday 2020 sale has officially begun, and there's deals on big name brands to be had
- France has slapped Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple with bills totalling hundreds of millions of dollars in a fresh crackdown on tech giants and their tax arrangements in Europe.
- The rats were caught on camera(Picture: MEN)Residents of a housing estate say they are struggling to deal with a rodent infestation so bad they see dead rats on the street while they walk around.They claim some of the rats are so big they are the size of small cats.Pictures show some of the rats in Hattersley, Tameside, Manchester.Residents say they have contacted Tameside council about the infestation and were told they needed to ring pest control experts – and pay £80 each time.Mum
- The ABC launched its 2021 programming schedule on Wednesday and celebrated the occasion by uploading photos of its news and current affairsteams on Twitter.
- Diogo Jota has been in stunning form since arriving at Liverpool (Picture: Getty Images)Liverpool host Atalanta in the Champions League on Wednesday night having hammered the Italians 5-0 in the reverse fixture earlier this month.Diogo Jota netted a hat-trick in the first meeting, with Mo Salah and Sadio Mane scoring the other goals as the Reds strolled to an impressive victory.Jurgen Klopp’s side were held to a draw with Manchester City in the game following that win but bounced back in s
- Five year-old Mickele Allen was flown from Jamaica to New York for emergency surgery after he was mauled by a pack of pit bulls (Picture: ABC7)A five year-old boy had his forehead and ear ripped off by a pack of pit bulls. Mickele Allen was scalped by the six dogs as he walked home from a shop in his native Jamaica earlier this month, and arrived in New York City last week for emergency surgery.
A horrific picture taken at the scene – which is too disturbing to reproduce – showed Mic
- The married police constable was jailed last month after being convicted of causing the death of Claire Parry in a pub car park in West Parley, Dorset, in May.
- Boris Johnson is under pressure from both his own party and Sadiq Khan not to impose the harshest restrictions on the city, fearing they could throttle the economic engine of the UK.
- Brian Kahn made the plea in an op-ed for Gizmodo last week, in which he argued that the 75-foot-tall Norway spruce erected outside of 30 Rock ahead of this year's holiday season 'should be the last'
- Jennifer Chadwick and Thomas Jones, from Merseyside, had drank more than seven pints each plus shots before things turned violent when they got home and a row broke out
- Chancellor Rishi Sunak has raised the minimum wage by just 19p and hour and benefits by just 37p a week as he unveiled devastating coronavirus forecasts - showing the economy has suffered its worst shrinking in 300 years
- Donna Marie Smith, 51, admitted defrauding the pensioner, who had dementia, by helping herself to four cheques while working at the client's home in Leicester, in the East Midlands.
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