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Leicester lockdown backlash as city mayor pleads for bailout cash

A furious row broke out yesterday over the Government’s decision to put Leicester back in lockdown. The city’s mayor demanded a new bailout for struggling businesses and police complained they needed clear instructions on enforcing restrictions. The local police commissioner also criticised the ‘drip-feeding’ of information from Whitehall to agencies on the ground.  There was … Read more Leicester lockdown backlash as city mayor pleads for bailout cash

ALEX BRUMMER: Boris battles for Britain

Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to open blue water between his Tory government and those that came before. No austerity and ‘we are not going to cheese-pare’ our way out of trouble, is his recipe for the coronavirus economic response. In terms of firing up output, there is much less on offer than the rhetoric. … Read more ALEX BRUMMER: Boris battles for Britain

Lawrence Mooney reveals he knows seven people who have died by suicide

Emotional Triple M host Lawrence Mooney reveals he knows SEVEN people who have died by suicide – as he urges listeners who are struggling to seek help By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:40 BST, 1 July 2020 | Updated: 00:47 BST, 1 July 2020 Triple M host Lawrence Mooney has urged his … Read more Lawrence Mooney reveals he knows seven people who have died by suicide

Workers will see their health start to fail at 59 – long before they reach pension age

Workers’ health starts to fail at the age of 59 as a study reveals the nation’s divide with those in the Northeast more likely to fall ill before retirement age Employees at 50 can expect to only see an average of nine more in-shape years However, the pension age is currently 65 and will rise … Read more Workers will see their health start to fail at 59 – long before they reach pension age

Facebook labels the extremist anti-government Boogaloo movement a ‘dangerous organization’

Facebook has labeled the extremist anti-government Boogaloo movement a ‘dangerous organization’ and banned 500 groups and pages, as the social media giant tries to rebuild its reputation amid the ongoing ad boycott.  The platform announced Tuesday it has banned hundreds of accounts, groups and pages linked to the Boogaloo movement, in what it describes as … Read more Facebook labels the extremist anti-government Boogaloo movement a ‘dangerous organization’

How tech and gold funds shone brightly during the crisis

How tech and gold funds shone brightly during crisis with returns of over 50% since January By Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 22:27 BST, 30 June 2020 | Updated: 22:27 BST, 30 June 2020 Gold funds have been a beacon of hope for investors amid the coronavirus market turmoil this year. Investment funds … Read more How tech and gold funds shone brightly during the crisis

Brendan Fevola walks hand-in-hand with his 18-month-old daughter Tobi after buying her a cupcake

Daddy’s little princess! Brendan Fevola patiently walks hand-in-hand with his daughter Tobi, one, after buying her a cupcake By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia Published: 23:57 BST, 30 June 2020 | Updated: 00:28 BST, 1 July 2020 Brendan Fevola’s 18-month-old daughter, Tobi, is certainly daddy’s little princess.  On Tuesday, the former AFL star, 39, … Read more Brendan Fevola walks hand-in-hand with his 18-month-old daughter Tobi after buying her a cupcake

US buys nearly all of the global supply of Gilead’s remdesivir

The US government has bought up virtually the entire global supply of remdesivir, the only drug approved in the nation to treat coronavirus, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Monday.  That means that any other country will be hard-pressed to get access to the potentially life-saving antiviral medication.  Gilead Sciences, which makes … Read more US buys nearly all of the global supply of Gilead’s remdesivir

PM warns Melburnians could be fined for refusing coronavirus test if they live in a hotspot

Scott Morrison warns Melburnians could be FINED for refusing to take a test if they live in a coronavirus hot spot Melburnians who refuse coronavirus test could face fines as outbreak continues Almost 1,000 residents in Melbourne hotspots refused  to be tested last week Prime Minister described data as disappointing and hopes to provide incentives  … Read more PM warns Melburnians could be fined for refusing coronavirus test if they live in a hotspot

PM warns Melburnians could be fined for refusing coronavirus test if they live in a hotspot

Scott Morrison warns Melburnians could be FINED for refusing to take a test if they live in a coronavirus hot spot By Australian Associated Press and Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia Published: 23:47 BST, 30 June 2020 | Updated: 00:09 BST, 1 July 2020 Scott Morrison hasn’t ruled out enforcing fines for Melburnians who … Read more PM warns Melburnians could be fined for refusing coronavirus test if they live in a hotspot