Boris Johnson joins doctors on the night shift at Kettering hospital

Boris Johnson makes surprise visit to Kettering hospital to join staff on the night shift – but STILL hasn’t been to see flood victims despite only being a short drive away Boris Johnson has joined doctors on the night shift at Kettering General Hospital  The PM visited without any media saying he wanted to see … Read more

Pupil’s mother in Buxton coronavirus case was rushed to hospital alongside her boyfriend

Someone who is infected with the coronavirus can spread it with just a simple cough or a sneeze, scientists say. Nearly 3,000 people with the virus are now confirmed to have died and more than 83,000 have been infected. Here’s what we know so far: What is the coronavirus?  A coronavirus is a type of … Read more

How Lady Kitty Spencer has channelled Princess Diana at fashion weeks

Following in her aunt’s footsteps! How Lady Kitty Spencer has channelled Princess Diana’s classic looks throughout fashion month – from classic separates to THAT red dress Lady Kitty Spencer, 29, has attended several fashion events in recent weeks She appeared to channel her aunt, Princess Diana, on several occasions Lady Kitty mirrored the late princess’s … Read more

How to keep your skin radiant at any stage of your life with these tips  

As we grow older, our skin transitions through a number of phases as a result of the natural ageing process, hormonal changes, the impact of our lifestyle and the environment. But now leading consultant dermatologist and cosmetic doctor Ophelia Veraitch, who is based at the renowned Cranley Clinic on Harley Street, has revealed the steps … Read more

Woman who suffered miscarriages says her dog Poppy, 13, should be treated like an actual child

A woman who is unable to have children has said her trusted dog is like a substitute daughter to her, and believes she should be given the same privileges as a child.  Kate Taylor, 42, from Calne, Wiltshire, adopted her cross-breed Poppy, now 13, when she was only ten weeks old while struggling to conceive … Read more

US health workers dealing with coronavirus ‘did not have proper training or protective gear’

Health workers dealing with evacuated Americans held in coronavirus quarantine in California did not have proper training or protective gear and moved on and off military bases, a whistleblower has claimed.  One Federal employee is even said to have stayed in a nearby hotel before leaving on a commercial flight, according to a report seen … Read more

DEA agent whose brutal death featured in Narcos may have been BETRAYED by CIA agent

Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena, 37, was working for the US government in Mexico when he was abducted, tortured and killed by cartel members in February 1985. A CIA operative conspired with a drug kingpin to plan the brutal murder of a DEA Agent, according to multiple witnesses who have been re-interviewed about the 1985 case.  Enrique … Read more

How #MeToo has RUINED dating by making men scared to approach women in real life, expert says

A dating expert has claimed the #MeToo movement has made men across the world scared to approach women on the street for fear they’ll come across as ‘creepy’ or be accused of harassment. Kezia Noble, 38, from Chelsea, south west London, an author who appeared as a coach on Celebs Go Dating in 2018, said … Read more

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry DROP bid to trademark Sussex Royal

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry DROP bid to trademark Sussex Royal name for commercial or charity activities (though they still want to use it on toiletries, sporting goods, toys, beer and jewellery) Request to use Sussex Royal and Sussex Royal Foundation in UK was removed  Followed Queen’s decision they could not use ‘Royal’ label after … Read more

Olympic torch relay could be scaled back over coronavirus fears

Japan’s Olympic torch relay may be scaled back because of the coronavirus outbreak, organisers admitted today amid growing doubts about the Games. The symbolic torch is due to arrive in Japan next month before it is taken on a 121-day journey through some of the country’s most famous landmarks.  Chief executive Toshiro Muto says the … Read more