Wife of Doctor Doctor star Rodger Corser writes a beautiful tribute to the show’s finale

Rodger Corser’s hilarious response to his wife’s beautiful tribute to the finale of his popular show Doctor Doctor By Jesse Hyland For Daily Mail Australia Published: 05:36 BST, 24 June 2021 | Updated: 05:44 BST, 24 June 2021 Doctor Doctor has finally reached its climatic end, and the finale on Wednesday night prompted a heartfelt … Read more

twice-weekly Covid tests will spark fear-mongering and anxiety, writes DR JOHN LEE 

This perverse plan for twice-weekly Covid tests will spark fear-mongering and anxiety, writes DR JOHN LEE By Dr John Lee For The Daily Mail Published: 22:58 BST, 5 April 2021 | Updated: 23:11 BST, 5 April 2021 The Government’s announcement yesterday of twice-weekly testing for everybody in the country who wants it could hardly be … Read more

We all want a return to normality… regular Covid tests can help, writes Dr JENNY HARRIES

We all want a return to normality… regular Covid tests can help us achieve that, writes UKHSA chief executive Dr JENNY HARRIES By Dr Jenny Harries For The Daily Mail Published: 00:00 BST, 5 April 2021 | Updated: 00:01 BST, 5 April 2021 The new UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) launched last week with the … Read more

Batley cartoon: Pandering to the mob would be a disaster, writes DR RAKIB EHSAN 

As Britain at last begins to emerge from the pandemic, our country desperately needs a spirit of unity and solidarity. But the inflammatory row at Batley Grammar over a teacher’s use of the Prophet Muhammad’s image in a religious studies class threatens to undermine social cohesion – not just in Yorkshire but across Britain. Unless … Read more

I will fight in court to get pubs open again, writes Punch Taverns founder HUGH OSMOND 

Back in January the Prime Minister heralded the new Covid vaccines as our ‘way out’ of lockdown.  Since then more than 24million people have been vaccinated but the Government has been busily moving the goalposts and I don’t know a single person who understands why we are doing what we’re doing any more. Indoor ‘non-essential’ … Read more

Buoyant Queen’s issues words of hope ahead of Harry and Meghan’s interview, writes ROBERT HARDMAN 

With a dash of Countryfile, a smattering of The Choir and more than a hint of 3pm on Christmas Day, this was not so much ‘A Celebration for Commonwealth Day’ – as BBC1 called it – as a genuine royal variety performance. We saw the Queen striding happily through Windsor Castle – talking about ‘selfless … Read more

The removal van should be called to Bute House, Scottish Tory leader DOUGLAS ROSS writes

The removal van should be called to Bute House now that Sturgeon’s political career and reputation are no longer intact, Scottish Tory leader DOUGLAS ROSS writes By Douglas Ross For The Scottish Daily Mail Published: 00:22 GMT, 3 March 2021 | Updated: 00:22 GMT, 3 March 2021 Last night, a political bombshell landed. Shortly afterwards, … Read more

The photo that proves blame games never work writes DR LIAM FOX

The pandemic – both the spread of the virus and the vaccination programme – demonstrates how we live in a world that is more interdependent and interconnected than at any time in human history. Just as the financial crisis in 2008-2009 spread from the United States to affect every part of the global economic system, … Read more

Ellie Goulding’s baby has healed the heartbreak rift with her mother, writes ALISON BOSHOFF

She has previously spoken about having a strained relationship with her mother that she thought was ‘unfixable’. But for pregnant singer Ellie Goulding, the prospect of becoming a parent herself seems to have helped heal their family rift. Yesterday her mother, Tracey, 56, revealed that she and Ellie, 34, are back on speaking terms and … Read more

Restaurants are safe… we MUST let them reopen, writes Boisdale founder RANALD MACDONALD 

Britain has one of the greatest restaurant scenes in the world. It makes this country a uniquely exciting place to live and do business. You might never have thought about it this way, but our restaurants are a major national asset. And they are on their knees. As are our pubs. Last year, the hospitality … Read more