England records another 185 Covid hospital deaths in preliminary figures 

England records another 185 Covid hospital deaths in preliminary figures By Faith Ridler For Mailonline Published: 14:02 GMT, 6 March 2021 | Updated: 14:03 GMT, 6 March 2021 A further 185 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in hospital in England, the NHS said today. A total of 84,276 people have now died in … Read more

Covid lockdown England: School summer holidays could be shortened, hints Gavin Williamson

Gavin Williamson hints school summer holidays could be shortened PERMANENTLY as he says government is looking at moving to a five-term year Gavin Williamson hinted five-year school term is being considered for England The proposed system would mean more breaks but shorter summer holidays Government has ordered a review of reform options after the coronavirus … Read more

Wyelands Bank ordered by Bank of England to pay back all 4,000 savers

Around 4,000 savers will have £210million in cash returned to them after Wyelands Bank was ordered, in an unprecedented move by the Bank of England, to repay all of its depositors in full. Holders of its 35 and 95-day notice accounts, which have paid zero interest after a succession of cuts, will be paid until … Read more

Government tells Bank of England to join climate change battle

Government tells Bank of England to join climate change battle and support ‘environmentally sustainable’ growth By Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail Published: 22:15 GMT, 3 March 2021 | Updated: 22:15 GMT, 3 March 2021 The Bank of England will use its bond-buying powers to help tackle climate change after the Government ordered it to … Read more

Covid lockdown England: Ten seen SALSA DANCING in London park without masks

A salsa dance group were spotted appearing to break lockdown rules to hold a dance class in a London park – but they escaped possibly being fined when the police didn’t turn up. A shocked passerby spotted the group of around ten people playing music and dancing without wearing masks. The dancers at point even … Read more

England will NOT stage Euro 2020 but could host EXTRA games if Europe is hit by travel bans

England’s successful track record of hosting international matches and the advanced vaccination programme makes London a top pick for hosting more Euro 2020 games, if other host cities are closed by coronavirus travel restrictions. But the tournament will not move to England wholesale, Sportsmail understands, despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s offer to open the country … Read more

Euro 2020: Bild back Boris Johnson’s plans to move tournament entirely to England

‘You get the tournament, we get the trophy!’: Germany’s biggest newspaper backs Boris Johnson’s plans to move Euro 2020 entirely to England to avoid ‘ghost games’ in Munich… but cheekily suggest they’ll be winning it like in 1996! Boris Johnson has offered UEFA the chance to host all of Euro 2020 in England Bild have … Read more

Church of England allows Sylvia Plath fan to be buried alongside her ‘literary heroine’

Sylvia Plath is one of the most celebrated writers of the 20th century.  Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Sylvia Plath was first published in the children’s section of the Boston Herald, aged eight.  She would go on to attend the University of Cambridge, before marrying Ted Hughes, who would later become the Poet Laureate. The couple … Read more

Church of England needs to become more involved in politics, Archbishop of York says 

Church of England needs to become MORE involved in politics to avoid losing focus on how to improve the world, Archbishop of York says Archbishop of York said Church of England should be more involved in politics The Most Reverend Stephen Cottrell said that political life had ‘shrunk’ and that the Church should supply ‘vision’ … Read more

Almost every adult in England and Wales could get share of £34 BILLION from High Court case

Almost every adult in England and Wales could get £750 share of £34 BILLION claim against credit checker Experian Credit checker firm Experian holds information on about 46 million individuals   Representative claimant Liz Williams, 58, filed a writ at the High Court on Friday  Case could see nearly all England and Wales adults sharing £34 … Read more