Black Carphone Warehouse worker wins race discrimination claim after boss ‘violated his dignity’

A young black Carphone Warehouse worker won a race discrimination claim after his boss told him not to speak to customers in Kensington as if they were from Brixton. Daniel Foster was sacked after working just three shifts with his new manager who suggested the way staff should speak to customers was different in the … Read more

Boots worker who told customer ‘I don’t speak Taliban’ loses dismissal claim

Boots worker who told a customer who did not speak good English ‘I don’t speak Taliban’ loses constructive dismissal claim Boots employee Dorothy Roach went to help struggling colleague at the tills But tribunal heard she made ‘racist comments’ about customer who did not have English as their first language Claimed she told another customer … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Team GB claim first medal of the Games as Chelsie Giles takes bronze in the judo

Great Britain claim their first medal of the Tokyo Olympics as Chelsie Giles takes bronze in the judo after seeing off Switzerland’s Fabienne Kocher By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline Published: 06:02 EDT, 25 July 2021 | Updated: 06:26 EDT, 25 July 2021 Chelsie Giles claimed Team GB’s first medal of the Tokyo Olympics after she took bronze … Read more

Richard Wilkins’ son Christian responds to critics who claim he won’t step out of his dad’s shadow

Richard Wilkins’ son Christian responds to critics who claim he’ll never step out of his famous father’s shadow By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia Published: 03:22 BST, 18 July 2021 | Updated: 03:22 BST, 18 July 2021 He may be rising up the ranks Australia’s fashion and beauty scene.  But Richard Wilkins’ son Christian … Read more

Ex-wife of Russian oligarch SETTLES her claim for Britain’s biggest divorce and accepts £150m

The ex-wife of a Russian oligarch who was awarded Britain’s biggest divorce payout of £453million has walked away with a settlement of just £150million, her husband has announced.  Tatiana Akhmedova is said to have abandoned her fight to enforce the High Court judgement which awarded her the record matrimonial settlement.  She has instead accepted a … Read more

Coleen Rooney wakes her kids by playing ‘It’s Coming Home’ as her legal team claim ‘2-1 victory’

Coleen Rooney wakes her kids by playing ‘It’s Coming Home’ as her legal team claim ‘2-1 victory’ in latest stage of Wagatha Christie battle By Ellie Phillips For Mailonline Published: 12:08 BST, 7 July 2021 | Updated: 12:11 BST, 7 July 2021 Her team have claimed a ‘2-1 victory in the semi final’ as a judge … Read more

Brothers from San Francisco claim they broke record for longest highline at Yosemite National Park

‘It was pretty intense and dangerous, but we made it happen’: Brothers break record for longest highline at Yosemite with 2,800ft walk more than 1,600ft off the ground Brothers Moises and Daniel Monterrubio said they walked the highline at Yosemite National Park in early June  Over course of six days the brothers and a group … Read more

Sunrise: Sam Armytage offers a cold response to Natalie Barr’s ‘not friends’ claim

Sam Armytage offered a very telling response when questioned about rumours she didn’t get along with her Sunrise successor Natalie Barr. During a live interview on The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Monday, she momentarily froze when asked about Natalie’s claim they weren’t friends outside the workplace. Instead of addressing their frosty relationship directly, the 44-year-old paraphrased … Read more

Max Verstappen passes Lewis Hamilton to claim dramatic French Grand Prix victory

Max Verstappen WINS the French Grand Prix after snatching the lead off Lewis Hamilton on the penultimate lap to cap a stirring fightback in a thrilling showdown between the two rivals in France Max Verstappen made an extra stop to pass Lewis Hamilton on fresher tyres The Red Bull driver’s victory extends the gap to … Read more

Claim pension credit if you are eligible, and receive at least £173.75 a week

Hard-up elderly people are being urged to apply for pension credit to boost their income, as the number in poverty soars to 2.1million. Black and Asian older people are most at risk of struggling to make ends meet in later life, while over-85s, renters, and single female pensioners are also among those more likely to … Read more