Nicola Sturgeon brands Boris Johnson a COWARD amid referendum threat

Nicola Sturgeon branded Boris Johnson a coward today as she threatened to hold a fresh independence referendum without his permission – but faced a brutal backlash for pushing her separatist agenda during the coronavirus crisis. The First Minister goaded that the PM ‘fears the verdict and the will of the Scottish people’ as she quoted … Read more

Richard Keys again claims he was the VICTIM after quitting role as Sky Sports anchor 10 years ago

Richard Keys again claims he was the VICTIM after quitting role as Sky Sports anchor 10 years ago following sexism scandal alongside Andy Gray… and insists he will ‘never ever put away that anger I carry in my back pocket’ Richard Keys resigned from his position as Sky Sports anchor 10 years ago A day … Read more

Gavin Williamson to ‘rule out pupils return after February half-term’

Now children might not return to school until after EASTER: Gavin Williamson will ‘rule out pupils going back into classrooms after February half-term’ within days All children had been set to return to schools after the February half-term Sources suggest reopening could be pushed back until mid-April or even May  Students in GCSE and A-Level … Read more

Matt Hancock admits ‘uncertainy’ over whether Covid variant is more deadly

Matt Hancock today admitted there is ‘uncertainty’ over whether the Covid variant is more deadly as he warned that people should take precautions based on the risk. In interviews this morning, the Health Secretary cited warnings from scientists that the mutant strain first detected in Kent could be between 10 and 50 per cent more … Read more

New COVID-19 cases on a 7-day average DROP to pre-Thanksgiving levels

COVID-19 cases have fallen to pre-Thanksgiving levels and the number of hospitalizations continues to drop nationwide. But the number of newly reported fatalities remains high, including in the nation’s most populous county, Los Angeles, even as coronavirus case counts and hospitalizations in hard-hit California continue to fall. Over the course of the last 24 days, … Read more

CNN reporter forces Madison Cawthorn, 25, to admit there was NO voter fraud

Republican Congressman Madison Cawthorn has been mocked for failing to cite concrete examples of voter fraud during an interview on CNN despite voting to overturn Joe Biden’s win.  The 25-year-old North Carolina Rep. has been a vocal supporter of Donald Trump’s claims that the election was rigged – and even voted to uphold objections to … Read more

Trump drafting enemies list of Republicans for his Patriot Party to challenge in primaries

Donald Trump is reportedly moving forward with his plans to create a ‘Patriot Party’ to put pressure on Republicans who oppose him and attempt to head off conviction in his second Senate impeachment trial. Trump has told people that the third-party threat gives him leverage to prevent Republican senators from voting to convict him during … Read more

New Zealand records its first local coronavirus case in two months

New Zealand records its first local coronavirus case in two months as residents anxiously wait to hear if they will go back into lockdown New Zealand has recorded its first local coronavirus case since November The woman, 56,  arrived in Auckland from Europe around the beginning of 2021 She left 14-day mandatory quarantine after twice … Read more

Douglas Emhoff says it was love at first sight with VP Kamala Harris

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff has said that it was love at first sight when he met Vice President Kamala Harris, and predicts that he will be the first of many men to serve as the partner to a vice president or president. Emhoff, 56, penned an op-ed for GQ on Tuesday, expressing his pride in Harris … Read more

Kiwi nanny struck down by Covid-19 in London has lungs of 20-year smoker

Nanny who babysat a billionaire’s child and travelled the world catches Covid-19 and reveals virus has left her lungs looking like a 20-year-smoker and she needs to sleep 12 hours a day Helena Power struck down by Covid-19 while staying in London in December Virus initially caused fatigue, shortness of breath and loss of taste … Read more

Trump spends first weekend as ex-president playing golf at his West Palm Beach club

Donald Trump spent his first weekend as the former president of the United States indulging in his favorite pastime, and at one point, waving at a crowd of supporters as they welcomed him back to his second home in Palm Beach, Florida.   Trump was seen playing a couple rounds of golf on Saturday at his West … Read more

Trump summoned Purdue to secret meeting at Mar-a-Lago before runoffs, report says

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell faces tough decisions about how to handle the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, after tacitly backing Trump’s election fraud claims before finally denouncing him after the U.S. Capitol riot. An article in the New Yorker on Saturday examines McConnell’s tense relationship with Trump since the November election, suggesting the Kentucky … Read more

SNP tells Boris Johnson he’ll need to take LEGAL action if he wants to stop second independence vote

The SNP yesterday vowed to hold another Scottish independence referendum if it wins a majority at May’s election and says Boris Johnson will have to take legal action to stop it. Nicola Sturgeon’s party will unveil an 11-point roadmap to independence today, including a Catalonia-style wildcat vote that would effectively force a drastic response from … Read more

Headteachers send Boris Johnson plan to vaccinate one million staff at half-term

Britain’s top schools have unveiled a bold plan to vaccinate the country’s entire teaching staff and get pupils back into the classroom within weeks. Headteachers have drawn up a detailed blueprint to get the educational workforce, including support staff, inoculated over the February half-term week. The ambitious scheme could prove a political lifeline to Prime … Read more

More than 500 Covid cases reported at DVLA offices in Swansea

More than 500 of the DVLA’s 6,000 workers in Swansea have caught coronavirus since March as workers accuse bosses of ‘encouraging staff with symptoms to return to work’ Outbreak heaps pressure on ministers who critics say failed to protect workers A number of employees, including those who are vulnerable, still told to come in DVLA … Read more

Fiancée of Covid victim, 32, who died in hospital begs Britons to take pandemic seriously

‘It’s a nightmare. We followed all the rules’: Devastated fiancée of man, 32, who died of Covid begs Britons to take the pandemic seriously as she is left to to bring up their son, three, by herself Sam Akadi, 32, started showing symptoms on Jan 7 and was taken to hospital He was admitted to … Read more

Fresh misery for flood-hit communities following Storm Christoph as blizzards sweep into Britain

Flood-hit communities swamped by a month’s worth of rain from Storm Christoph were warned to brace for fresh misery last night as a big freeze is set to grip the country today. Forecasters said -7C blizzard conditions would hit many areas as a blast of Arctic air swept towards Britain after last week’s storm that … Read more

Labour peer Baroness Helena Kennedy ‘asked Julian Assange’s alleged victims to drop rape charges’ 

Labour peer Baroness Helena Kennedy ‘asked Julian Assange’s alleged victims to drop rape charges’ Made suggestion in email sent at height of Assange’s battle against extradition Assange visited Stockholm in 2010 and stayed at the homes of WikiLeaks supporters, including Anna Ardin A photograph obtained by the documentary, to be shown in Sweden tomorrow, shows … Read more

Milly Dowler’s killer Levi Bellfield ‘offered Covid jab before most of the rest of Britain’

Milly Dowler’s killer Levi Bellfield has reportedly been offered the coronavirus jab Milly Dowler’s killer Levi Bellfield has reportedly been offered the coronavirus jab at his high-security prison, while millions of ordinary Britons wait for theirs. Bellfield, 52, was found guilty of the murder of 13-year-old Milly in 2011.  He was also convicted of the … Read more

ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Labour MP spent £39k last year on grace-and-favour flat

ANNA MIKHAILOVA: MP Jonathan Reynolds who is leading Labour’s charge to keep the £20 Universal Credit uplift spent £39,225 last year on a grace-and-favour flat By Anna Mikhailova For The Mail On Sunday Published: 01:58 GMT, 24 January 2021 | Updated: 01:59 GMT, 24 January 2021 How piquant that the MP leading Labour’s charge to keep … Read more

Andy Cohen and Ryan Seacrest lead stars in mourning the loss of Larry King who died at the age of 87

Legendary radio and television talk show host, Larry King, died at the age of 87 on Saturday morning, weeks after battling COVID-19.  Media magnate Ryan Seacrest and broadcaster Piers Morgan led the stars in mourning the loss of the beloved interviewer who passed away in Los Angeles.  ‘I lost a dear friend and mentor,’ Seacrest … Read more

Britons who have received first Covid jab must stay at home for THREE WEEKS so immunity ‘kicks in’ 

People who have received their first Covid-19 jab must stay at home for three weeks after their injection because it can take that long for immunity to ‘kick in’, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam warned last night. He said that while getting vaccinated was ‘something to celebrate’, recipients of the jab needed to ‘stay patient’. The caution … Read more

BBC programme tells 9-year-olds there are ‘over 100 genders’

A BBC programme aimed at nine- to 12-year-olds includes the astonishing claim that there are ‘over 100 gender identities’. The film, ‘Identity – Understanding Sexual and Gender Identities’, is being offered on the corporation’s website as part of its relationships and sex education package. It comes despite Government guidance published last year which advised schools … Read more

Pandemic and anti-Asian racism have decimated Chinatown in New York, San Francisco and Seattle 

In New York, Seattle and San Francisco, where businesses and restaurants have suffered for months as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Chinatown is marking a year since it first started feeling the effects of the global outbreak. In the early days on the pandemic, as fear grew that the virus first reported in China … Read more

Kate Moss jets into curfewed Paris for 47th birthday weekend at £2,500-per-night Ritz

Kate Moss jets into curfew-hit Paris for birthday weekend at £2,500-per-night Ritz with her boyfriend Nikolai von Bismarck and lookalike daughter Lila Grace Supermodel Kate Moss took trip to Paris to celebrate her 47th birthday weekend Sources say she travelled to France for work and forced to cut short her holiday to the Caribbean to … Read more

Police arrest suspect over the attempted abduction of a five-year-old boy

Police arrest suspect over the attempted abduction of a five-year-old boy who was rescued by his mother A man has been arrested in connection with the attempted abduction  Boy approached by man in Northolt, West London, who ‘picked him up and ran off’ Man was then confronted by boy’s mother at Northala Fields and ‘put … Read more

Nailed by the litter Stasi for putting the recycling out a few hours too early

Nailed by the litter Stasi for putting the recycling out a few hours too early as Tory council responsible CUTS BACK on rubbish collections A Conservative council has been accused of ‘creepy and outrageous’ behaviour  Clip showed private contractor rifling through recycling bins and picturing them  Wandsworth locals can’t put waste out before 6.30 the … Read more

At least 8 states recall National Guard from D.C. following ‘demeaning’ treatment

National Guard members began leaving Washington D.C. on Saturday as angered governors recall troops amid controversy over the conditions they suffered while protecting the U.S. Capitol during Joe Biden’s inauguration. There were 25,000 troops stationed in D.C. on Wednesday amid fears of a repeat of the violence seen on January 6 when a MAGA mob … Read more

Boris Johnson tweets a photograph of his first call with Joe Biden

Boris Johnson has his first phone call with new President Joe Biden and says they will focus on ‘a green and sustainable recovery from COVID-19’ amid fears for Special Relationship Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to the US President Joe Biden this evening Mr Biden spoke with his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau on Friday He … Read more

Conservative MP Sir Desmond Swayne says Britons will not tolerate another ‘absurd’ lockdown

Britons will refuse to live ‘like Troglodytes’ under indefinite lockdowns, says rebel Tory MP as he urges No 10 to focus on lowering hospital admissions MP for New Forest West described the current Covid-19 lockdown as ‘madness’ Sir Desmond Wayne said people are ‘going to have to rise up and bring it down’ Britain’s daily coronavirus … Read more

Dramatic moment police find dozens of party-goers hiding in a cupboard at university party

Police find dozens of party-goers hiding in a cupboard at student halls in Birmingham after raiding illegal party People travelled from Newcastle, Nottingham and London to attend the party Around 50 Fixed Penalty Notices were issued by police for breach of regulations One officer was assaulted as a student bolted, although he was unhurt  By … Read more

COVID-19 positivity rate tops 10 percent in nearly a third of all NYC zip codes

Nearly a third of all New York City zip codes are currently reporting a COVID-19 positivity rate that exceeds 10 percent, in a dramatic increase in new cases since the holiday period. As of Saturday, there are 54 out of 177 city zip codes with a rate over 10 percent. In comparison, in the week … Read more

Judge denies James Heerdegen’s request for a restraining order against wife Christina Ricci

A judge has denied James Heerdegen’s request for a restraining order against his wife Christina Ricci, after he claimed she is a drunk, pops pills and is a danger to their six-year-old son. Court documents obtained by show a Superior Court of California judge turned down Heerdegen’s request for a temporary restraining order, a change … Read more

Dr. Fauci says one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be approved in two weeks

Dr. Anthony Fauci says that the United States is ‘real close’ to approving a third COVID-19 vaccine – and the first single-dose jab – as the latest coronavirus data shows declining rates of hospitalizations as well as lower rates of infection in 44 states. According to the most recent figures released on Friday evening by … Read more

Britain suffers 813 coronavirus hospital deaths – decrease of 10% on last Saturday

Britain’s daily Covid case total has plunged by 18 per cent in a week after experts played down the Government’s ‘scaremongering’ claims that a UK variant of coronavirus is more deadly than the original strain. A further 33,552 people tested positive for coronavirus today – a nearly 10,000 drop on the 41,346 recorded last Saturday. It brings the total … Read more