- The woman was pronounced dead after the fire at her home (Picture: Google)A woman has died after a fire ripped through her home.Investigations are under way after police were called to the blaze in Flintshire, North Wales, at 1.30am.The woman, aged in her 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene on Moor Lane in Holywell.Officers said she was the only person inside the property.A police spokesman said: ‘A joint investigation between North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and North Wales Police is
- Travellers need 'certainty' and have 'no confidence' in how red, amber and green countries are decided by the government, they said. Pictured: Heathrow last weekend.
- Gov. Dan McKee was preparing to address a throng of reporters in the city on Wednesday, before he was heckled by Mayor Jorge Elorza.
- On July 24th, 1973 Santos Rodriguez and his brother David were handcuffed in a police car when cop Darrell Cain shot Santos in the head while questioning over the theft of $8 from a gas station.
- In a series of Instagram stories that have since been deleted, Che posted jokes he received about Simone Biles - who withdrew from two events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics this week.
- Helen Hartley has been jailed for nine months after turning a blind eye to the crimes of her drug dealer husband Alan Tobin as a judge slammed her excuses as "quite frankly ludicrous"
- Police say 38 men and two women have been arrested as part of a major ongoing operation looking into the abuse of nine female victims between 1989 and 1999
- The girl drank ten Jägerbombs then passed out in a nearby doorway (Picture: Google)A concerned mum has criticised a nightclub after her underage daughter was able to buy ten Jägerbombs for £7.50 and then pass out in a random doorway.
Janice Hopper says the drinks promotions at the Acapulco Club in Halifax are an ‘accident waiting to happen’.
The iconic nightspot, which has traded since 1961, claims to be the longest running nightclub in the UK.It offers cheap drinks b
- People gather at Leadenhall Market in London on July 27 after restrictions ease (Picture: TOLGA AKMEN/AFP via Getty Images)The term ‘herd immunity’ has been floating around since the Covid-19 pandemic began.Sweden appeared to adopt a herd immunity strategy early on in the pandemic – as businesses, restaurants and schools remained open while other parts of Europe, and the world, locked down.Now that the majority of the UK population has been vaccinated against the virus, virolog
Sophie Ellis-Bextor ‘so sad’ to pull out of festival gigs as 2 of her children ‘come down with Covid’Sophie Ellis-Bextor is gutted to be missing out on three festival appearances this weekend (Picture: Rex)Sophie Ellis-Bextor has shared her dismay at being forced to miss a number of festival performances as two of her children have been diagnosed with Covid.The Murder on the Dancefloor hitmaker was due to perform at Camp Bestival this weekend, as well as Rock Oyster and Valley Fest.The pop star shared a picture on social media on Friday of herself wearing a facemask while cuddling up to one of
- The number of child migrants crossing the English Channel has risen to a three-year high, the latest figures show (Picture: Getty images)The number of unaccompanied child asylum seekers arriving in Kent has hit a three-year high amid warnings about their treatment.More than 300 arrived in the county after crossing in small boats during the current year to June, according to the latest figures.In May, more than 100 made the journey, the highest figure for any month since 2019. The figures have be
- Storm Evert, named by Met Office this week, led to one woman camping in Dorset with her family falling foul to the windy weather as her tent poles 'snapped under the wind'
- MPs have written to Home Secretary Priti Patel to raise 'serious concerns' over state of facilities housing asylum seekers
- Rubin tweeted Thursday society should 'take a pause' in the vaccine rollout, pointing to a federal mandate, vaccines 'not working as promised' and vaccinated people spreading the virus.
Mignon du Preez talks The Hundred, Manchester Originals and ‘fantastic’ England bowler Sophie EcclestoneMignon du Preez played in the first ever Hundred match for Manchester Originals (Picture: Getty)Mignon du Preez has been an international cricket for over a decade, playing 249 matches for South Africa and scoring more than 5,000 runs. Currently, she is playing in The Hundred.Metro.co.uk caught up with the Manchester Originals star to discuss the new cricket competition, the team’s start to the tournament and what it all means for the women’s game.Hi Mignon! How have you enjoyed the
- RSPCA inspector Michelle Hare had to rescue a baby swam from fishing line while another one died on July 7 in Greenside, Northampton. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- Bradley, 20, was stabbed, kicked and stamped on in Batley, West Yorkshire, last year - a judge has lifted reporting restrictions so two of his killers can be named for the first time
- EXCLUSIVE: Research for MailOnline found 26 per cent cannot see our pre-pandemic lifestyles returning at any point.
- Over the past 18 months James Anderson has seen both revenue streams contract, especially donations, as people feel the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic
- It's not just the internet that's slow. Our attitudes need to catch up too, says Fleet Street Fox
- A pensioner mugged in the street in Gateshead who had £330,000 raised for him so he could move has switched homes for sixth time since the attack.
- Djokovic was beaten in singles and mixed doubles (Picture: AFP via Getty)Novak Djokovic suffered two defeats in a day as his hopes of a Golden Slam came crashing down in singles before he lost in mixed doubles.
The first defeat is likely to sting more. Djokovic, who has already won the Australian and French Opens and Wimbledon this year, looked set for the gold medal match but let a lead slip against Alexander Zverev.
Djokovic, the world No. 1 from Serbia, was a set and a break up against the Ge
- It has been claimed hungry seagulls are getting drunk on flying ants which have arrived in cities during hot weather causing annoyance and fear for those who have not seen them before
- One of the 29,371 comments reacting to the video stated: "I remain grateful you were there. You have given hope to millions"
- The arrests are part of a long-running investigation into historic sex offences (Picture: Getty)Forty people have been arrested as part a major investigation into alleged historic child sex offences.The probe, codenamed Operation Teeford, relates to the abuse of nine female victims in the Kirklees area between 1989 and 1999.Kirklees District Police confirmed they have arrested 38 men and two women and pledged to ‘leave no stone unturned’ in their pursuit.Twenty seven of the arrests w
- First reports suggested there was an issue with wiring which caused chemical reaction and the explosion. Five men and two women suffered horrific 'chemical burns'.
- Gay Isber McMillan, 59, filmed the fighting female deer at her ranch in Lake Summerville, Texas. The fracas started at a feeder McMillan had installed on her property for the passing wildlife.
- The Frenchman was at Real’s training ground for the last time (Pictures: Real Madrid / Instagram)New Manchester United signing Raphael Varane was at Real Madrid’s training centre for the very last time on Friday as he said his goodbyes to his teammates before his transfer.Earlier this week, the Red Devils confirmed they had agreed a deal worth around £40million to sign Varane, with the Frenchman now due to fly to England where he will undergo a medical and sign his new contract
- Sheila Buckley (pictured today) was the pretty brunette parliamentary secretary who fell for the charms of married MP John Stonehouse, a high-flyer in Harold Wilson's Labour government.
- HMS Queen Elizabeth and her carrier group arrived in the disputed waters on Thursday and are set to sail through the South China Sea alongside eight other vessels in a show of strength to Xi Jingping.
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