Casting is officially open for Married At First Sight 2022 – and here’s how to apply

Single and ready to mingle? Casting is officially open for Married At First Sight 2022 – and here’s how to apply Do you have a story about a MAFS star? Email [email protected]  By Ali Daher For Daily Mail Australia Published: 12:01 GMT, 1 March 2021 | Updated: 12:06 GMT, 1 March 2021 While this year’s … Read more

Harry and Meghan open up to Oprah about ‘breaking point’ in ‘shocking’ interview 

Prince Harry has revealed that his ‘biggest fear was history repeating itself’ and that leaving the Royal Family was ‘unbelievably tough’ in a dramatic new teaser for his and Meghan’s ‘shocking’ interview with Oprah. Pregnant Meghan was silent in the short teaser clip, with her hand gently resting on her baby bump. But Oprah asks her about a … Read more

Israel is roaring back to life thanks to Covid jab passports as gyms and swimming pools open

There is a new rule at Meir Elbaz’s synagogue near Tel Aviv. Only people who can produce a green pass, Israel’s new Covid passport, may cross the threshold. If you don’t have one of the highly-prized passes, you are relegated to the courtyard and forced to listen to prayers through the open windows. ‘It’s a … Read more

Biden’s relaxation of immigration laws means border officials prepare to open ANOTHER tent facility

The Biden administration is reportedly preparing to open another tent facility in Texas near the US-Mexico border to house migrant families and children who have crossed into the United States in recent weeks to request asylum. The number of unaccompanied minors who have illegally entered the country has grown to 300 per day. The new … Read more

Fall back in love with lunch: Grilled cheese & kimchi open sandwich 

Fall back in love with lunch: Grilled cheese & kimchi open sandwich By Bill Granger Published: 00:02 GMT, 28 February 2021 | Updated: 00:02 GMT, 28 February 2021 A perfect mix of Eastern and Western flavours: bubbling cheese on toast with kimchi is a delicious update of my favourite cheddar and pickle sandwich. SERVES 4 … Read more

Gavin Williamson’s plan for A-Levels and GCSEs ‘will be wide open to abuse’

How will Gavin Williamson’s GCSE and A-Level plan actually work? Gavin Williamson today unveiled his plan for awarding GCSE and A-Level grades this summer after exams were cancelled because of the pandemic. The Education Secretary is putting the power in teachers’ hands to award grades.  They will be able to draw on a range of … Read more

Mini Apple shops are set to open inside 17 Target locations across the US

Target is launching mini Apple shops inside 17 of its locations that will included dedicated Target Tech Consultants in place of the tech giant’s geniuses. The big-box retail company currently sells Apple merchandise in its electronics department, but the new design will provide products in a dedicate space with bright lighting and lower tables – … Read more

Teachers and education experts warn new A-Level and GCSE plan will be ‘wide open to abuse’

Gavin Williamson’s plan to leave grading to teachers is ‘wide open to abuse’ and will ‘inevitably’ bump up marks because it is like football managers being left to predict their own team’s results, education experts told MailOnline today. The Education Secretary was fire-fighting in the Commons this afternoon over his ‘Wild West’ system for GCSEs … Read more

Ex-PM David Cameron backs Covid passports ‘to open up our economy as rapidly as possible’

Ex-prime minister David Cameron says Covid passports ‘are coming’ because people will have to show they are safe to go to the pub ‘to open up our economy as rapidly as possible’ Ex-Tory leader likened the jab to childhood vaccinations for diseases like TB Ministers mulling system to help open pubs and sporting events in … Read more

Digital ‘Covid certificates’ being considered by Boris Johnson in bid to open up bars and theatres

A mobile phone app could serve as a Covid ‘passport’ to enter pubs and theatres under plans being considered by Boris Johnson. The Prime Minister is examining proposals that would allow business, hospitals or schools to demand proof that someone has been vaccinated – or has tested negative for the virus. One idea would see the … Read more