SAS: Who Dares Wins firefighter recalls horrific moment he was forced to leave man to perish in burning Grenfell flatSAS: Who Dares Wins contestant Ricky Nuttall battled the Grenfell Tower blaze (Picture: Channel 4)A fireman who battled the Grenfell Tower blaze has recalled the heart-wrenching time he left a man in a burning flat in the block.SAS: Who Dares Wins contestant Ricky Nuttall says he ‘completely lost his mind’ after attempting to put out the horrific fire at the Grenfell Tower in London’s North Kensington in June 2017.He spoke of the torture of having to leave someone in their flat
- The daily coronavirus case rate in the UK is now worst than countries including Russia, France, Germany and Andorra, according to the Oxford University-based research platform Our World in Data
- Fold Hill has recalled some Ava and Applaws cat food products as authorities investigate a potential connection with feline Pancytopenia, a condition in which the bone marrow fails
- Tony Barclay was fearful that the dog could be seized or not allowed to return home on the easyJet flight from Belfast to London after he was told he needed evidence of a pet passport
- GB News trolled by the likes of Mike Hunt and Mike Oxlong (Picture: GB NEws)While GB News appears to be plagued by amateur levels of errors hourly, callers phoning into the show are subtly taking the mick out of the presenting team without them even knowing.Actually, it’s not even that subtle.While the GB News production team has been frantically dealing with noise complaints with programmes sounding like they’ve been recorded in the gent’s toilets and filmed with a Go Pro, the
Bake Off: The Professionals contestant Lineker Coelho has revealed he was named after Gary Lineker, and the former footballer feels sorry for him.The baking show has kicked off once more, as the best patisserie chefs in the country battle for the crown.Judges Benoit Blin and Cherish Finden have the tough job of judging the yummy creations the professionals whip up in the kitchen an
Arsenal make Leicester City star James Maddison their top transfer target to replace Martin OdegaardArsenal want to sign James Maddison from Leicester City (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have identified Leicester City midfielder James Maddison as their top transfer target to replace Martin Odegaard, according to reports.Gunners boss Mikel Arteta wanted Odegaard to extend his stay at the Emirates following a largely promising season, but the 22-year-old has returned to Real Madrid and will now try to force his way into the club’s first-team plans.Having been forced to look elsewhere for a creati
- A fan render of what the PSVR 2 might look like (pic: VR4Player.fr)Sony is allegedly planning to release its next gen PlayStation VR headset next year but it doesn’t sound like it’s going to be cheap.Nintendo may have confounded expectations at E3, with no sign of the rumoured Switch Pro or Donkey Kong game, but in almost every other case the leaks and rumours proved correct, whether it was predicting Square Enix’s Guardians Of The Galaxy game or the late 2022 release of Starfi
- Laura Whitmore is returning to our screens very soon indeed (Picture: Rex)Love Island is right around the corner, and it’s now been confirmed that the show will return to Spain on Monday June 28.It’s been a long time coming, but after a long delay the programme will be back on ITV2 after being cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020.The news was confirmed on This Morning, with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield joined in the studio by former stars Marcel Somerville, Amy Hart and La
- Archie, right, was saved by his older brother waking up (Picture: CPR Kids)An Australian mother has begged other parents to be vigilant, after her young son almost drowned in a horrifying near-miss.Mum Illi went to bed for the evening, and was awoken in the middle of the night by her older son alerting her to an incident with youngest son Archie.At around 4am that night, two-year-old Archie had got out of his bed, run a bath, and fallen asleep in it.
Thankfully his brother heard the noise and wo
- The ban comes after Boxparks in London told Scottish football fans they would not welcomed on Friday to ensure that fights don't break out between the opposing sides
- Bristol-based Zare was found to be hosting files for Imgspice, a website notorious for its use by pedophiles (Picture: Getty)A web-hosting company based in Bristol has been found to be providing services to an image-sharing website popular with paedophiles, according to anti-online abuse charity the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).Zare, which provides services helping websites to stay online, counted photo-sharing site Imgspice as one if its customers last month.Imgspice is reportedly ‘not
- Associate ambulance practitioner Paul James, 43, also known as PJ, had been playing in Pevensey, East Sussex when he collapsed
- Ali al-Naami (pictured), 40, Abdullah Al-Makhali, 38, and Mohammed Arman, 33, were led to Tahrir Square in Sana'a, Yemen, and shot dead by an executioner.
- The maverick former No10 chief revealed the extraordinary WhatsApp message on social media as he stepped up his attack on the government.
- The incident took place on the morning of Monday, June 14 at a McDonald's restaurant in Ravenna, Ohio.
- The royal family are partial to a takeaway just like any of us, with Prince Harry and William loving a cheeky Nando's, but they all appear to struggle with spicy food
- The colony of rare serapias parviflora growing in Nomura’s rooftop garden are a bit of a mystery to botanists (Picture: Nomura)Flower experts were left stumped after finding a long-extinct rare orchid on the rooftop of an investment bank in London.In a rooftop garden atop the offices of Japanese bank Nomura International, orchid spotters were surprised to find 15 serapias parviflora growing, which haven’t been seen in the UK since 2009.The species, also known as small-flowered tongue
- Complaints have been made about GB News (Picture: GB News)GB News has already been hit with Ofcom complaints just days after launching.Andrew Neil fronted the channel’s debut on Sunday night with an hour-long introduction to the presenting line-up before Dan Wootton appeared with his inaugural show.Despite being plagued with technical difficulties, Neil told viewers that GB News would ‘give a voice to those who feel sidelined or silenced’, while ‘exposing cancel culture a
- Davood left EastEnders in April (Picture: BBC)EastEnders and Holby City star Davood Ghadami has shared a rare snap of his family while on a day out.Davood played Kush Kazemi in the BBC One soap for seven years and tends to keep his personal life out of the spotlight.Davood, who’s married to his wife Isobel and has two daughters, posted a picture on his Instagram sharing a moment from a surprise trip out to the Harry Potter Warner Bro’s studios, just outside of London.He captioned the
- Another busy shopping centre has outed itself as a coronavirus exposure site, after a man tested positive to Covid-19 in Bondi.
- The former aide splurged out a carefully-selected pick of Whatsapp messages with the Prime Minister - instead of giving them to a committee - where the PM reportedly said the Health Secretary should be replaced by Michael Gove
- The seat can inform flight attendants when a dangerous event might happen (Picture: AP)Each year, hundreds of airline passengers experience some sort of heart trouble while mid-air.Attracting the attention of an airline steward can be tricky at the best of times, let alone for a medical emergency that require urgent treatment.But a German company thinks it’s come up with a solution – seats that monitor your heart rate in real-time.The seat-embedded sensors are supposedly capable of m
- (Picture: Channel 5)Poo-gate rumbles on as the ante is upped by the warring Neighbours. But things are about to take a very serious turn when a child is caught up in the bad behaviour.Angela Lane (Amanda Harrison) is vexed by the manure on her doorstep and believes Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) is behind it. She’s not about to let this muck fly and decides something has to be done. She spreads her own poop about, besmirching Susan’s name at the school. Not cool Angela, not cool. Espec
- Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes his former club may need to spend big (Picture: Getty)Jamie Carragher is confident Ibrahima Konate ‘ticks all the boxes’ for Liverpool but feels Jurgen Klopp must further strengthen his squad with the addition of a midfielder to replace Gini Wijnaldum and a top attacking player this summer.Liverpool surrendered the Premier League title to Manchester City after a disappointing defence of their 2019/20 crown but finished strongly to secure Cham
Loki episode 2: Viewers lose it as Photoshopped Tom Hiddleston photo is hilariously snuck into Marvel seriesLoki is jam packed full of surprises (Picture: Courtesy of Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)Warning: spoilers ahead for episode 2 of Loki.Fans of Loki have gone wild after spotting a Photoshopped photo of Tom Hiddleston snuck into episode 2 of the Marvel series on Disney Plus thanks to ‘impressive detective skills’.In the second instalment of the MCU show, Loki joins TVA agent Mobius M Mobius (Owen Wilson) on a mission to track down the rogue Loki variant causing havoc, who turns out to be
- Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack has joked that the nation's mice plague should be 're-homed' to the inner city flats of animal activists.
- The rate at which vaccines are being given out has slowed (Picture: Metro)The UK’s vaccine rollout is now lagging behind other European countries with leaders admitting supplies of the crucial Pfizer jab are ‘tight.’Latest figures show only 368,555 doses were administered on Monday, around half the 844,285 jabs given out on a single day in March.
Boris Johnson is pining his hopes of ending all restrictions on July 19 on ‘finishing the job’ and getting all adults vac
- Kieffer Moore scored for Wales in their opening draw with Switzerland (Picture: Getty Images)Wales will feel that they need to win on Wednesday afternoon when they take on Turkey in Baku as they scrap for qualification from Group A of Euro 2020.The Welsh began their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland and with Italy waiting in their final group game, they need a result against Turkey in Azerbaijan.The Turks are also desperate for a positive result after a 3-0 defeat to Italy in their op
- If you see an Asian hornet, reporting it could help prevent an invasion of the bee-killing species (Picture: SWNS)If you see an unusually large wasp, with a dark brown or black velvety body, yellow-tipped legs and a yellow band on its abdomen, it might be an Asian hornet – a mortal threat to the beloved honey bee.Scientists are urging the British public to report any sightings of Asian hornets to see off a possible invasion, which would be devastating to British bee colonies and crops.The
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