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Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

BRITS enjoying the hottest August day for almost 20 years flocked to beaches and pub gardens yesterday as the mercury rose to 36.4C. Many would-be holidaymaker [...] Read full article: Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on h...→

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

A temperature of 36.4C was recorded at Kew Gardens and Heathrow, as the heatwave continues across the country, thanks to 700 mile-wide hot air from the Sahara [...] Read full article: Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has...→

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

The Office for National Statistics, which tracks the size of the outbreak by swabbing thousands of people, now believes there are 3,700 people in England getti [...] Read full article: ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting i...→

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

Hear eye-witness accounts of survivors who were on the ground as the atom bomb fell, and learn how they were shunned afterwards. How do new technologies and mo [...] Read full article: A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of th...→

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

It comes after beaches made desperate pleas yesterday for people not to visit as they became very crowded. Read full article: Coastguard has its busiest day in four y...→

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Problems were reported at Bournemouth, Barry Island in Wales, and at Portobello beach, in Scotland with police called to deal with reports of fighting Read full article: Beach carnage on hottest day of year as ...→

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Roy Kharbanda, 62 has worked 13,416 days straight since buying a convenience store when he was just 24 in 1982. He now plans to go on his first ever holiday wi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper finally retires after working...→

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Some 5,190 people aged 65 and over have used up almost all their savings and assets, according to NHS Digital Read full article: Older people 'being ruined due to sky hi...→

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato shared a short clip filmed just before her engagement. She included a note explaining how thankful she was on her 'miracle day,' the two-year anniv [...] Read full article: Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years afte...→

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

It’s May 18, 1990 and Alex Ferguson is settling down to read the morning newspapers. The night before he’d delivered his first trophy as manager of Manchester [...] Read full article: The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd tr...→

On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament reconvenes for first time in 292 years

It was so typically canny when Winnie Ewing announced the first meeting of the Scottish Parliament in 292 years. Read full article: On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament re...→

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Boris Johnson said that people who cannot work from home should be 'actively encouraged' to return to their jobs, such as those in the construction and manufac [...] Read full article: Tubes packed with commuters day after Bo...→

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

EXCLUSIVE: Tonight's episode of Britain's Got Talent on ITV features inspiring children's choir D-Day Juniors who remember the heroes of generations past Read full article: Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors...→

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

There is madness, there is hysteria and then there is the suggestion that travellers in France might soon, once again, be quarantined on their return to Britai [...] Read full article: A quarantine for France? More people are...→

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

RESIDENTS and visitors are being urged to all “play their part” in ensuring public safety as a heatwave hits Dorset this weekend. Read full article: 'It is critical people act responsibly, ...→

People who are having the WORST day ever

People who are having the WORST day ever

Shareably has rounded up a selection of viral snaps of people from across the globe having a bad day - including one person who ruined the interior of their ca [...] Read full article: People who are having the WORST day ever...→

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Contact tracing chiefs are promising to test 150,000 people with no symptoms every day by September in an attempt to shorten quarantine requirements and improv [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150...→

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

CORONAVIRUS cases in England appear to be creeping up – up as 2,800 people are infected with the disease every day, new figures show. An estimated 1,000 more p [...] Read full article: England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,8...→

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

A medal awarded to a soldier who died in the First World War has been handed to his family after it was found on the anniversary of VE Day, about 50 years afte [...] Read full article: Soldier’s First World War medal found on...→

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has pleaded with the public to stay away from the coast as it said people are "ignoring" lockdown… Read full article: 'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pl...→

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

Beaches and parks packed and emergency services stretched as temperature reaches 36.4C Read full article: UK records hottest August day in 15 year...→

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

The Coastguard has reported a surge in call-outs as Britons piled onto beaches amid scorching temperatures. The rescue service said around 70 requests for help [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK...→

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

Great-grandfather Maurice Sutcliffe, 99, was part of the first wave of soldiers who landed on Juno Beach Read full article: D-Day vet dies just two years after he s...→

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

The Royal British Legion is encouraging people to take part in a two-minute silence on Saturday August 15. Read full article: Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public ...→

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

THE Coastguard had its busiest day in four years during Friday's heatwave, with more than 300 calls made to the service. Read full article: UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard ca...→

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

The Coastguard had its busiest day for more than four years on Friday as the UK recorded its third-hottest day ever. Many calls were about people being cut off [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees busiest day in four year...→

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

A SHOPKEEPER has finally retired after working for 38 years without a single day off. Roy Kharbanda, 62, ran a convenience store seven days a week — even openi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper retires after working 38 year...→

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

A new study reveals a mutated gene has been inherited by thousands in a study of half a million Brits, making them more sensitive to pain much like Neanderthal [...] Read full article: Mutated Neanderthal gene could make pres...→

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

The only thing my family has agreed to watch together in living memory is Boris Johnson’s addresses. We do a Gogglebox commentary on his appearance (far more r [...] Read full article: Normal People shows us the formative yea...→

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because "people only remember the last miss" | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is of the belief there is no such thing as a lottery when it comes to a penalty shoot-out. Practice makes perfect, as far as the [...] Read full article: Robert Connor reveals he went second in ...→

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Incidents requiring the aid of Coastguard crews reached a peak for the lockdown period on bank holiday Friday. Read full article: Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record...→

Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

BRITS enjoying the hottest August day for almost 20 years flocked to beaches and pub gardens yesterday as the mercury rose to 36.4C. Many would-be holidaymaker [...] Read full article: Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on h...→

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

Beaches and parks packed and emergency services stretched as temperature reaches 36.4C Read full article: UK records hottest August day in 15 year...→

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

There is madness, there is hysteria and then there is the suggestion that travellers in France might soon, once again, be quarantined on their return to Britai [...] Read full article: A quarantine for France? More people are...→

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

The Office for National Statistics, which tracks the size of the outbreak by swabbing thousands of people, now believes there are 3,700 people in England getti [...] Read full article: ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting i...→

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

Great-grandfather Maurice Sutcliffe, 99, was part of the first wave of soldiers who landed on Juno Beach Read full article: D-Day vet dies just two years after he s...→

People who are having the WORST day ever

People who are having the WORST day ever

Shareably has rounded up a selection of viral snaps of people from across the globe having a bad day - including one person who ruined the interior of their ca [...] Read full article: People who are having the WORST day ever...→

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

THE Coastguard had its busiest day in four years during Friday's heatwave, with more than 300 calls made to the service. Read full article: UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard ca...→

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Problems were reported at Bournemouth, Barry Island in Wales, and at Portobello beach, in Scotland with police called to deal with reports of fighting Read full article: Beach carnage on hottest day of year as ...→

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Contact tracing chiefs are promising to test 150,000 people with no symptoms every day by September in an attempt to shorten quarantine requirements and improv [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150...→

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Roy Kharbanda, 62 has worked 13,416 days straight since buying a convenience store when he was just 24 in 1982. He now plans to go on his first ever holiday wi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper finally retires after working...→

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato shared a short clip filmed just before her engagement. She included a note explaining how thankful she was on her 'miracle day,' the two-year anniv [...] Read full article: Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years afte...→

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

A medal awarded to a soldier who died in the First World War has been handed to his family after it was found on the anniversary of VE Day, about 50 years afte [...] Read full article: Soldier’s First World War medal found on...→

On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament reconvenes for first time in 292 years

It was so typically canny when Winnie Ewing announced the first meeting of the Scottish Parliament in 292 years. Read full article: On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament re...→

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because "people only remember the last miss" | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is of the belief there is no such thing as a lottery when it comes to a penalty shoot-out. Practice makes perfect, as far as the [...] Read full article: Robert Connor reveals he went second in ...→

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has pleaded with the public to stay away from the coast as it said people are "ignoring" lockdown… Read full article: 'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pl...→

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

EXCLUSIVE: Tonight's episode of Britain's Got Talent on ITV features inspiring children's choir D-Day Juniors who remember the heroes of generations past Read full article: Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors...→

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

A temperature of 36.4C was recorded at Kew Gardens and Heathrow, as the heatwave continues across the country, thanks to 700 mile-wide hot air from the Sahara [...] Read full article: Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has...→

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

The Coastguard has reported a surge in call-outs as Britons piled onto beaches amid scorching temperatures. The rescue service said around 70 requests for help [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK...→

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

RESIDENTS and visitors are being urged to all “play their part” in ensuring public safety as a heatwave hits Dorset this weekend. Read full article: 'It is critical people act responsibly, ...→

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

Hear eye-witness accounts of survivors who were on the ground as the atom bomb fell, and learn how they were shunned afterwards. How do new technologies and mo [...] Read full article: A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of th...→

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

The Royal British Legion is encouraging people to take part in a two-minute silence on Saturday August 15. Read full article: Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public ...→

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

It comes after beaches made desperate pleas yesterday for people not to visit as they became very crowded. Read full article: Coastguard has its busiest day in four y...→

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

The Coastguard had its busiest day for more than four years on Friday as the UK recorded its third-hottest day ever. Many calls were about people being cut off [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees busiest day in four year...→

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

A SHOPKEEPER has finally retired after working for 38 years without a single day off. Roy Kharbanda, 62, ran a convenience store seven days a week — even openi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper retires after working 38 year...→

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Some 5,190 people aged 65 and over have used up almost all their savings and assets, according to NHS Digital Read full article: Older people 'being ruined due to sky hi...→

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

A new study reveals a mutated gene has been inherited by thousands in a study of half a million Brits, making them more sensitive to pain much like Neanderthal [...] Read full article: Mutated Neanderthal gene could make pres...→

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

CORONAVIRUS cases in England appear to be creeping up – up as 2,800 people are infected with the disease every day, new figures show. An estimated 1,000 more p [...] Read full article: England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,8...→

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

It’s May 18, 1990 and Alex Ferguson is settling down to read the morning newspapers. The night before he’d delivered his first trophy as manager of Manchester [...] Read full article: The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd tr...→

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

The only thing my family has agreed to watch together in living memory is Boris Johnson’s addresses. We do a Gogglebox commentary on his appearance (far more r [...] Read full article: Normal People shows us the formative yea...→

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Boris Johnson said that people who cannot work from home should be 'actively encouraged' to return to their jobs, such as those in the construction and manufac [...] Read full article: Tubes packed with commuters day after Bo...→

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Incidents requiring the aid of Coastguard crews reached a peak for the lockdown period on bank holiday Friday. Read full article: Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record...→

Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on hottest August day in 17 years

BRITS enjoying the hottest August day for almost 20 years flocked to beaches and pub gardens yesterday as the mercury rose to 36.4C. Many would-be holidaymaker [...] Read full article: Heatwave drinkers pack beer gardens on h...→

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

UK records hottest August day in 15 years – in pictures

Beaches and parks packed and emergency services stretched as temperature reaches 36.4C Read full article: UK records hottest August day in 15 year...→

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has brought hottest August day in 17 years

A temperature of 36.4C was recorded at Kew Gardens and Heathrow, as the heatwave continues across the country, thanks to 700 mile-wide hot air from the Sahara [...] Read full article: Met Office says 36.4C Furnace Friday has...→

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

A quarantine for France? More people are dying on French roads each day than from Covid-19

There is madness, there is hysteria and then there is the suggestion that travellers in France might soon, once again, be quarantined on their return to Britai [...] Read full article: A quarantine for France? More people are...→

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK beaches 'busiest in years'

The Coastguard has reported a surge in call-outs as Britons piled onto beaches amid scorching temperatures. The rescue service said around 70 requests for help [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees surge in call-outs as UK...→

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting infected every day in England

The Office for National Statistics, which tracks the size of the outbreak by swabbing thousands of people, now believes there are 3,700 people in England getti [...] Read full article: ONS estimates 3,700 people are getting i...→

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

'It is critical people act responsibly, park considerately and remember COVID-19 hasn't gone away'

RESIDENTS and visitors are being urged to all “play their part” in ensuring public safety as a heatwave hits Dorset this weekend. Read full article: 'It is critical people act responsibly, ...→

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

D-Day vet dies just two years after he spoke about heroics

Great-grandfather Maurice Sutcliffe, 99, was part of the first wave of soldiers who landed on Juno Beach Read full article: D-Day vet dies just two years after he s...→

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of the atom bomb

Hear eye-witness accounts of survivors who were on the ground as the atom bomb fell, and learn how they were shunned afterwards. How do new technologies and mo [...] Read full article: A sunny day in Hiroshima: 75 years of th...→

People who are having the WORST day ever

People who are having the WORST day ever

Shareably has rounded up a selection of viral snaps of people from across the globe having a bad day - including one person who ruined the interior of their ca [...] Read full article: People who are having the WORST day ever...→

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public to remember British soldiers on VJ Day

The Royal British Legion is encouraging people to take part in a two-minute silence on Saturday August 15. Read full article: Captain Sir Tom Moore encourages public ...→

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard called 300+ times in one day as Britons cause chaos

THE Coastguard had its busiest day in four years during Friday's heatwave, with more than 300 calls made to the service. Read full article: UK heatwave sparks frenzy: Coastguard ca...→

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

Coastguard has its busiest day in four years on third hottest day ever

It comes after beaches made desperate pleas yesterday for people not to visit as they became very crowded. Read full article: Coastguard has its busiest day in four y...→

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

Coastguard sees busiest day in four years as UK sizzles in record heat

The Coastguard had its busiest day for more than four years on Friday as the UK recorded its third-hottest day ever. Many calls were about people being cut off [...] Read full article: Coastguard sees busiest day in four year...→

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Beach carnage on hottest day of year as people led away in cuffs after 'brawls'

Problems were reported at Bournemouth, Barry Island in Wales, and at Portobello beach, in Scotland with police called to deal with reports of fighting Read full article: Beach carnage on hottest day of year as ...→

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150,000 asymptomatic people every day

Contact tracing chiefs are promising to test 150,000 people with no symptoms every day by September in an attempt to shorten quarantine requirements and improv [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Contact tracers to test 150...→

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

Shopkeeper retires after working 38 years without single day off — even Xmas

A SHOPKEEPER has finally retired after working for 38 years without a single day off. Roy Kharbanda, 62, ran a convenience store seven days a week — even openi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper retires after working 38 year...→

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Shopkeeper finally retires after working for 38 years without taking day off

Roy Kharbanda, 62 has worked 13,416 days straight since buying a convenience store when he was just 24 in 1982. He now plans to go on his first ever holiday wi [...] Read full article: Shopkeeper finally retires after working...→

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Older people 'being ruined due to sky high care fees' each day

Some 5,190 people aged 65 and over have used up almost all their savings and assets, according to NHS Digital Read full article: Older people 'being ruined due to sky hi...→

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

Mutated Neanderthal gene could make present-day people more sensitive to pain

A new study reveals a mutated gene has been inherited by thousands in a study of half a million Brits, making them more sensitive to pain much like Neanderthal [...] Read full article: Mutated Neanderthal gene could make pres...→

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years after her 'miracle day' overdose

Demi Lovato shared a short clip filmed just before her engagement. She included a note explaining how thankful she was on her 'miracle day,' the two-year anniv [...] Read full article: Demi Lovato is 'grateful' two years afte...→

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,800 people are infected every day'

CORONAVIRUS cases in England appear to be creeping up – up as 2,800 people are infected with the disease every day, new figures show. An estimated 1,000 more p [...] Read full article: England's Covid cases 'creep up - as 2,8...→

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd trophy, 30 ago years to the day

It’s May 18, 1990 and Alex Ferguson is settling down to read the morning newspapers. The night before he’d delivered his first trophy as manager of Manchester [...] Read full article: The story of Sir Alex’s first Man Utd tr...→

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

Soldier’s First World War medal found on VE Day — 50 years after it was lost

A medal awarded to a soldier who died in the First World War has been handed to his family after it was found on the anniversary of VE Day, about 50 years afte [...] Read full article: Soldier’s First World War medal found on...→

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

Normal People shows us the formative years students are being denied

The only thing my family has agreed to watch together in living memory is Boris Johnson’s addresses. We do a Gogglebox commentary on his appearance (far more r [...] Read full article: Normal People shows us the formative yea...→

On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament reconvenes for first time in 292 years

It was so typically canny when Winnie Ewing announced the first meeting of the Scottish Parliament in 292 years. Read full article: On This Day 1999: Scottish Parliament re...→

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because

Robert Connor reveals he went second in 1990 Scottish Cup shoot-out because "people only remember the last miss" | Press and Journal

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is of the belief there is no such thing as a lottery when it comes to a penalty shoot-out. Practice makes perfect, as far as the [...] Read full article: Robert Connor reveals he went second in ...→

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Tubes packed with commuters day after Boris tells people to go back to work

Boris Johnson said that people who cannot work from home should be 'actively encouraged' to return to their jobs, such as those in the construction and manufac [...] Read full article: Tubes packed with commuters day after Bo...→

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pleads with the public to keep away after recording highest number of incidents in one day

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has pleaded with the public to stay away from the coast as it said people are "ignoring" lockdown… Read full article: 'Please stay home': Coastguard agency pl...→

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record on VE Day

Incidents requiring the aid of Coastguard crews reached a peak for the lockdown period on bank holiday Friday. Read full article: Coastguard call-outs hit lockdown record...→

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors remember a generation of heroes

EXCLUSIVE: Tonight's episode of Britain's Got Talent on ITV features inspiring children's choir D-Day Juniors who remember the heroes of generations past Read full article: Britain's Got Talent choir D-Day Juniors...→