Harry Styles fans go WILD as singer dresses as The Little Mermaid

‘Draw me like one of your French girls!’ Harry Styles fans go WILD as snaps of singer dressed as The Little Mermaid quaffing champagne are leaked online By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline Published: 16:15 BST, 16 April 2021 | Updated: 16:15 BST, 16 April 2021 He was previously rumoured to be playing Prince Eric in … Read more

US coronavirus cases continue to hover around 70,000 per day as 33 states report increases

Coronavirus cases continue to remain high across the United States with more and more states reporting rising infections amid the dreaded spring wave.  On Thursday, the U.S. recorded 74,289 new cases of COVID-19 with a seven-day rolling average of 70,484, which marks the third day in a row that the average has surpassed 70,000.  Over the … Read more

Anxious wait for 600,000 families in England on primary school offer day

More than 600,000 families across England will find out today which primary school their child will be joining this autumn, on what is known as National Offer Day. Parents and guardians of children aged three and four who applied to a local state primary school will receive a letter or email including a deadline for … Read more

Lucy Mecklenburgh wraps up warm on a low-key walk with son Romeo

Lucy Mecklenburgh wraps up warm on a low-key walk with son Romeo after returning from her second home in Manchester to her native Essex By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline Published: 16:00 BST, 16 April 2021 | Updated: 16:00 BST, 16 April 2021 She has returned to Essex from her second home in Manchester.  And Lucy … Read more

Shirley Ballas, 60, reveals she has been ‘exhausted’ since getting coronavirus

Shirley Ballas has revealed she’s been feeling so ‘exhausted’ since getting coronavirus that she now has to go to bed at 7pm. The Strictly Come Dancing judge, 60, is in the sixth week of her recovery from COVID-19, but the virus has left her ‘tired’ and needing to go to sleep much earlier than she … Read more

Older adults are ‘most likely to make the effort to help others’, study shows

Generation generous: Older people are more likely than younger adults to put in effort to help strangers Researchers found older people were more willing to put in the physical effort When a task required more effort older adults were the more willing help others  ‘Prosocial’ behaviour – intended to benefit others – changes as people get older  … Read more

Calls grow to name Royal Navy ship in honour of Prince Philip in petition for HMS Duke of Edinburgh

Calls grow to name a Royal Navy ship in honour of Prince Philip as petition calling for a new HMS Duke of Edinburgh gathers 11,000 signatures The petition calls for a ship to be named after the Duke of Edinburgh  It wouldn’t be the first HMS Duke of Edinburgh to be launched onto the sea  … Read more

Calls grow to name Royal Navy ship in honour of Prince Philip in petition for HMS Duke of Edinburgh

A petition to name a Royal Navy ship after the late Prince Philip has gathered more than 11,000 signatures.  The petition, on Change.Org, calls for a ship to be named The Duke of Edinburgh, which would be a particularly fitting tribute given the late Prince’s career as a naval officer.  Prince Philip died on April … Read more

Hinckley & Rugby BS launches mortgage with a LESS THAN 1% rate

The mortgage rate at LESS THAN 1%: Hinckley & Rugby BS launches lowest interest home loan since before Covid hit at just 0.99% Building society tipped to launch mortgage with market-leading 0.99% rate  Rates lower than 1% have not been since since the beginning of the pandemic  It is a discounted variable rate which means … Read more

Ex-Border Force chief brands chaotic seven-hour queues at Heathrow a ‘disaster’

The former head of the UK Border Force has called the queuing carnage at Heathrow a ‘disaster’ and mounted pressure on ministers to get a grip on the crisis. Tony Smith, who also served as Gold Commander for the London Olympics, said the Government should use technology to lighten the load on stretched officers.  Passengers … Read more