Author of study cited by J&J says she did NOT find clots linked to Pfizer, Moderna

Johnson & Johnson defended its COVID-19 vaccine amid worries it may cause blood clots by saying that clots have been reported with all three shots authorized in the U.S., citing a study published in February.  But that study did not find blood clots related to the other two vaccines, made by Pfizer and Moderna.  And … Read more

Children’s author, 42, was shot in the face and beaten to death by his neighbour

A children’s author was shot and then beaten to death by a neighbour with mental health issues, after he became convinced the victim was a spy working for Russian president Vladimir Putin to spread Covid-19, an inquest has heard. James Nash, 42, was shot in the front garden of his home in the hamlet of … Read more

In defence of England’s most misunderstood county: Author GILLIAN DARLEY on the joys of Essex

I’ve spent a lot of time defending Essex. Too close to London? Too built-up? Too loud? Too dull? I’ll knock every negative to the ground. Being near London makes Essex easy to get to. Always did – for centuries, movers and shakers poured city money into country retreats, and Colchester oysters came the other way … Read more

On Her Majesty’s (not-so) Secret Service: Liz Truss moves into Bond author Ian Fleming’s office

On Her Majesty’s (not-so) Secret Service: Trade Secretary Liz Truss moves into James Bond author Ian Fleming’s former office – but is accused of ‘massively wasteful vanity project’ for spending £38,000 on a PR film documenting the move By David Wilcock, Whitehall Correspondent For Mailonline Published: 13:49 BST, 7 April 2021 | Updated: 13:59 BST, … Read more

England bowler Jofra Archer hits out at Bangladeshi author over Moeen Ali ISIS claim

‘No-one is laughing… delete it’: England’s Jofra Archer hits out at Bangladeshi author who bizarrely tweeted that ‘Moeen Ali would have gone to Syria to join ISIS’ if he was not a cricketer Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen posted an extraordinary tweet saying England all-rounder Moeen Ali would have joined ISIS if not for cricket Moeen’s … Read more

WHAT BOOK would author Maggie O’Farrell take to a desert island?

WHAT BOOK would author Maggie O’Farrell take to a desert island? Maggie O’Farrell is currently reading Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina for the ninth time Author would take William Boy’s Any Human Heart to a desert island Moominland Midwinter first gave her reading bug when she was eight or nine By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 22:01 BST, … Read more

Author and former British spy John le Carré became an Irish citizen before he died aged 89

Acclaimed spy writer John Le Carré died an Irishman after gaining citizenship from the country where his grandmother was born because he was unhappy that the UK had voted for Brexit.  Le Carré, whose real name was David Cornwell, died in December aged 89 after a short battle with pneumonia. His publisher confirmed he did … Read more

Author and former British spy John le Carré became an Irish citizen before he died aged 89

Acclaimed spy writer John Le Carré died an Irishman after gaining citizenship from the country where his grandmother was born because he was unhappy that the UK had voted for Brexit.  Le Carré, whose real name was David Cornwell, died in December aged 89 after a short battle with pneumonia. His publisher confirmed he did … Read more

Terrifying moment common octopus attacks author Lance Karlson at Geographe Bay in Dunsborough, WA

Terrifying moment angry octopus attacks a lifeguard standing on the shore – moments before wrapping its tentacles around his NECK A former lifeguard has been viciously attacked by an ‘angry’ octopus   The father-of-one was launched at by the ‘sea monster’ in Dunsborough in WA  Mr Karlson described the animal as ‘the angriest octopus in Geographe Bay’   By … Read more

Race review author warns people should not use accusations of institutional racism ‘willy-nilly’

Institutional racism is a charge too often bandied about ‘willy-nilly’, according to the author of a landmark report declaring Britain a model multi-ethnic society. Dr Tony Sewell said many people deploy the term too readily as a catch-all phrase – and that they ‘don’t even know what they’re talking about’.  He argued that institutional racism … Read more