Amanda Holden praises the NHS who ‘saved her life’ and ‘got her through’ stillbirth of son Theo

Amanda Holden has recalled ‘dying for 40 seconds’ during childbirth, while declaring she owes her life to the NHS. The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, made the emotional revelation as she gave the first ever radio play of her newly-released charity single, Over the Rainbow, which helps raise money for NHS Charities Together, on Friday morning. The TV … Read more

Farmers are forced to pour a MILLION litres of milk down the drain in April

British farmers were forced to pour a million litres of milk down the drain in April as demand from factories nose-dived due to the coronavirus outbreak.  The milk was destined for cakes, cheeses, creme fraiche and other products- that have seen demand go into reverse gear during the crisis. Sales to cafes and restaurants have also … Read more

‘Modern day Juliet’ has married the man she ‘fell in love at first sight’ with

A woman who has been branded the ‘modern day Juliet’ after falling in love at first sight with a man she spotted from her balcony during lockdown has revealed the they have tied the knot.  Taking to Facebook, Paola Agnelli, 39, announced she has married Michele D’Alpaos, 38, who lives across the road in Verona, … Read more

Britain’s R number plummeted when the lockdown was introduced

Prime Minister Boris Johnson last night put detailed science at the heart of Britain’s coronavirus crisis and said the status of the lockdown now depends on the virus’s reproduction number – known as the R. He confirmed the R rate has now dropped below 1, meaning COVID-19 is spreading slower than one-to-one and the epidemic … Read more

Free virtual cybersecurity school launched for teenagers in lockdown

Free virtual lessons on cybersecurity are being offered to thousands of young Brits in lockdown as part of a UK government scheme to develop their cyber skills. The Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) said its virtual school will offer educational games and activities for students aged 13 to 18. Teenagers will be … Read more

Coronavirus deaths are TWICE as high in poor areas of England and Wales: Official figures show

Coronavirus deaths are TWICE as high in poor areas of England and Wales: Official figures show London boroughs of Newham, Brent and Hackney have the worst COVID-19 fatality rates By Connor Boyd Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 11:58 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 12:03 BST, 1 May 2020 People living in the poorest parts … Read more

Coronavirus: Former police inspector who worked undercover during 1970s Yorkshire Ripper probe dies

Tributes have been paid to a former top police officer who went undercover during the times of the Yorkshire Ripper inquiry after her coronavirus-related death in a care home. Joan Tait, formerly Scriven, who died aged 81, carved out an impressive career in the police force and rose rapidly through the ranks to become one … Read more

Heartwarming moment father-of-four, 48, is applauded by NHS staff as he leaves hospital

Heartwarming moment father-of-four, 48, is applauded by NHS staff as he leaves hospital after he was in a coma and his heart stopped twice during SEVEN week battle with coronavirus Scott Howell, 48, left the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport, South Wales today Nurses and doctors lined corridor to clap for Mr Howell as he … Read more

Britain’s £69bn credit card debt pile falls year-on-year for the first time ever

Plastic purge: Britain’s personal debt pile SHRANK in March as people shun credit cards amid coronavirus crisis Bank of England found households paid back £3.8bn more than they borrowed Of that, £2.4bn came from credit cards and the rest from other loans The bank said a collapse in new lending was the big reason, as … Read more