Hardy Brits have saved Revolution Bars, admits its Australian boss 

Hardy Brits who don’t mind the cold have saved Revolution Bars, admits its Australian boss By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:01 BST, 11 May 2021 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 11 May 2021 The Australian boss of Revolution Bars said British willingness to sit outside in the cold was ‘unbelievable’. Rob Pitcher said … Read more

Staycation boom: Brits’ top 10 Airbnb destination searches are in the UK and Saint Clears is No1

With doubts hanging over foreign holidays this year, Britons are currently staycation-obsessed – and it’s Saint Clears in Carmarthenshire, Wales, that’s the hotspot, according to Airbnb. The home rental site has released data on 2021’s trending destinations – those that have seen the biggest year-on-year increase in searches among its users – and the top … Read more

Easter-themed decorations are flying off shelves as Brits gear up to celebrate on April 4

Easter is becoming a second Christmas as Britons flock to buy festive decorations to mark the festival. Sales of bunny-themed ornaments, door wreaths and felt buckets for Easter egg hunts have surged as people seek a way to lift the lockdown gloom and celebrate the coming of spring. This year, Easter falls on April 4, … Read more

Covid-19 UK: Number of Brits getting coronavirus each day drops AGAIN by 18% in a week

The number of Brits getting coronavirus symptoms each day has dropped again and fallen by 18 per cent on last week’s figures, data revealed today. The Covid Symptom Study, run by ZOE and King’s College London, estimated there are now around 4,470 people becoming ill every day — down nearly a fifth from 5,494 per day … Read more

Non-binary singer Sam Smith breaks silence on BRITs keeping gender-specific categories for 2021

Non-binary singer Sam Smith has broken their silence on the Brit Awards keeping gender-specific categories for this year’s ceremony.  The 28-year-old took to Instagram on Thursday where they told their followers they look forward to ‘a time where awards can be reflective of the society we live in’.   According to The Sun, bosses wanted to talk … Read more

Majority of Brits happy to carry vaccination cards if it means they could travel abroad study finds

Majority of Brits would be happy to carry vaccination cards if it meant they could travel abroad study finds amid Government’s proposals for jab passports Majority of Britons, 75 per cent, would be willing to carry proof of vaccination  Acceptance is highest among people over 65 who have been offered Covid-19  Anyone who gets a … Read more

Roadmap to happiness: Surge in proportion of Brits who believe life will be normal within six months

Roadmap to happiness: Proportion of Brits who believe life will return to normal within six months surges 10 per cent after Boris Johnson launches a plan to end the lockdown – but new data shows Covid financial hit has affected the poor the most Those who believe Covid crisis will be over within six months … Read more

P&O Cruises to offer Brits staycation ‘escape’ trips that will go on sale later in March 

P&O Cruises cancels some of its trips abroad this summer so it can offer Britons staycation voyages for the first time The trips are being billed by the cruise line as ‘the ultimate summer escapes’  The cruises, which will sail from Southampton, will go on sale later in March  In normal times, all P&O Cruises’s … Read more

Brits could get their Covid vaccine in a PILL in future, Oxford University says

Britons could get their coronavirus vaccine in the form of a pill in the future, according to the lead scientist behind Oxford University’s jab. Professor Sarah Gilbert told MPs today her team were focusing their efforts on new, injection-free ways to deliver the vaccine and stimulate a better immune response. The group are exploring delivering the … Read more

People aren’t waiting for your roadmap, Boris! Lockdown-weary Brits enjoy coffees with pals

Boris Johnson’s cautious approach to easing restrictions quickly came under strain as lockdown-weary Britons jumped the gun on his road map and started mixing with friends.  Coffee catch-ups in the park and outdoor sport remain banned until March – but after nearly a year of draconian Covid measures people took advantage of the recent good … Read more