G7 summit: Britain’s newest £3.3bn aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales steams into Carbis Bay

The Royal Navy’s newest aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales has sailed into Carbis Bay ahead of Boris Johnson’s first meeting with Joe Biden.  The £3.3 billion state-of-the-art aircraft carrier will provide the backdrop the Prime Minister’s first meeting with Biden at the G7 summit in Cornwall since his election in November 2020.   It’s a symbol … Read more

G7 summit: Britain’s newest £3.3bn aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales steams into Carbis Bay

Britain’s newest £3.3bn aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales steams into Carbis Bay to provide the backdrop for Boris Johnson’s first meeting with Joe Biden By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline Published: 15:05 BST, 10 June 2021 | Updated: 15:05 BST, 10 June 2021 Advertisement The Royal Navy’s newest aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales has … Read more

Amazon predicted to overtake Tesco as Britain’s biggest retailer in 2025

Amazon is predicted to overtake Tesco as Britain’s biggest retailer in 2025, marking a major change of the guard By Tom Witherow For The Daily Mail Published: 22:02 BST, 2 June 2021 | Updated: 22:02 BST, 2 June 2021 Amazon is predicted to overtake Tesco as Britain’s biggest retailer in 2025, marking a major change … Read more

Britain’s most-expensive CARAVAN! £700,000 holiday home hits the market in Dorset

Britain’s most-expensive CARAVAN! £700,000 holiday home hits the market in Dorset boasting remote-controlled blinds and an en-suite bathroom – as experts says similar ones could sell for £1million Mobile home is located at the Sandhills Holiday Park at Christchurch in Dorset Caravan costs just under three times the average £249,000 house price in UK  Boasts a king-size … Read more

Britain’s most-expensive CARAVAN! £700,000 holiday home hits the market in Dorset

Britain’s most-expensive CARAVAN! £700,000 holiday home hits the market in Dorset boasting remote-controlled blinds and an en-suite bathroom – as experts says similar ones could sell for £1million Mobile home is located at the Sandhills Holiday Park at Christchurch in Dorset Caravan costs just under three times the average £249,000 house price in UK  Boasts a king-size … Read more

Britain’s manufacturers growing at fastest pace for 30 years

Britain’s manufacturers growing at fastest pace for 30 years as economy bounces back from pandemic By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 22:25 BST, 1 June 2021 | Updated: 22:25 BST, 1 June 2021 Britain’s manufacturers are growing at the fastest pace for 30 years as the economy bounces back from the pandemic.  Research … Read more

Britain’s loneliest dog still searching for a home after 775 days at the kennel and 200 rejections

Britain’s loneliest dog is still searching for a forever home after spending more than 775 days at the dog kennel and facing hundreds of rejections. Three-year-old Bob, a Presa Canario cross, first arrived at the RSPCA kennels in Birmingham after being found injured and stray in 2019. The ‘sensitive soul’ has now been with the animal … Read more

Sunworshippers flock to Britain’s beaches

Sun-seekers are flocking to Britain’s holiday hotspots for a scorching bank holiday weekend – sparking local complaints about two-hour waits to be served in the pub.  Day-trippers have piled in to several picturesque seaside resorts across Britain today, with temperatures set to hit around 75F (24C) in parts of the country.   Sun-seekers basked in glorious … Read more

Britain’s economy enjoying ‘unprecedented growth spurt’

Latest figures show Britain’s economy enjoying ‘unprecedented growth spurt’ as it bounces back from the pandemic Pace of recovery is faster than anticipated during the Chancellor’s Budget   By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 21:51 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 08:16 BST, 22 May 2021 Britain’s economy is enjoying ‘an unprecedented growth spurt’ … Read more

Newly colourised images show Britain’s railway gearing up for nationalisation nearly 75 years ago

Fascinating newly colourised images capture scenes in and around Britain’s railways as the system was nationalised almost 75 years ago – and the architect of subsequent track closures, Richard Beeching, making various public appearances on the network. In one image, 67-year-old rail worker Philip Martyr pauses to read a poster announcing the nationalisation of the … Read more