Amigo boss says victims hit by ‘immoral’ claims firms

Amigo boss warns shameless claims firms are blocking struggling borrowers from getting the redress they are due Claims management companies offer to ‘help’ customers win compensation from firms such as Amigo Loans  Gary Jennison says CMCs are charging customers up to 36 per cent of redress they receive – and in some cases preventing borrowers … Read more

Facebook could face probe into UK advert claims

Markets watchdog investigating allegations that Facebook defrauded hundreds of thousands of UK firms who paid for adverts on social media site By Helen Cahill, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:51 BST, 15 May 2021 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 15 May 2021 Britain’s markets watchdog is investigating allegations that Facebook defrauded hundreds of thousands of UK … Read more

Alexandra Burke rocks a cropped tracksuit… amid claims she’s dating goalie Darren Randolph 

Alexandra Burke showed off her defined midriff in a cropped tracksuit on Saturday for rehearsals in the West End, amid claims she is dating goalie Darren Randolph.   The singer, 32, who is preparing for the opening night of Joseph & The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat in July, looked radiant in her low-key look as she headed inside … Read more

Liz Cheney claims Republicans voted against impeaching Trump as they were ‘afraid for their lives’

Liz Cheney has claimed some Republicans voted against impeaching Donald Trump because they were ‘afraid for their lives’ as she admitted she regrets voting for him in the 2020 election and warned he poses an ‘ongoing danger’ to America. Cheney told CNN’s Jake Tapper Friday that several GOP members of Congress told her they feared for … Read more

Liz Cheney claims Republicans voted against impeaching Trump as they were ‘afraid for their lives’

Liz Cheney has claimed some Republicans voted against impeaching Donald Trump because they were ‘afraid for their lives’ as she admitted she regrets voting for him in the 2020 election and warned he poses an ‘ongoing danger’ to America. Cheney told CNN’s Jake Tapper Friday that several GOP members of Congress told her they feared for … Read more

Mother, 39, claims body building supplements helped her ditch her ‘mum tum’ and lose nearly 3st

A mother-of-one claims she finally shifted her stubborn ‘mum tum’ in three months after turning to ‘body building’ supplements. Jackie Cox, 39, from London, had tried everything to regain her slender figure since having her son two years ago. She went to the gym five times a week, hired a personal trainer, put in hours of … Read more

Priti Patel receives Moderna jab amid claims she breached ministerial code in £20million PPE scandal

A smiling Priti Patel today joined millions of Brits who have received a Covid-19 vaccine dose, as Labour claim she breached the Ministerial Code when lobbying for a £20million PPE contract last year.  The Home Secretary, 49, gave out a warm smile from beneath a mask as she was pictured at Guy’s Hospital in Southwark this … Read more

Mother, 39, claims body building supplements helped her ditch her ‘mum tum’ and lose nearly 3st

A mother-of-one claims she finally shifted her stubborn ‘mum tum’ in three months after turning to ‘body building’ supplements. Jackie Cox, 39, from London, had tried everything to regain her slender figure since having her son two years ago. She went to the gym five times a week, hired a personal trainer, put in hours of … Read more

Trigger warnings on TV shows may worsen bad memories, study claims

Warning messages at the beginning of TV programmes can make traumatic memories worse, a new study warns.  In experiments, Australian researchers discovered that trigger warnings made the emotional impact of being reminded of a traumatic event worse.    Warning messages may not adequately prepare people to recall a negative experience, but may instead prolong bad memories, … Read more

Coronavirus: PHE study claims vaccines have already saved 12,000 lives in the UK

Covid jabs have saved almost 12,000 lives and prevented 33,000 hospitalisations, figures revealed yesterday. Health Secretary Matt Hancock hailed the numbers as ‘remarkable’ after a ‘heartbreaking and difficult year.’ The research by Public Health England showed that vaccines prevented at least 11,700 deaths in those aged 60 and older from December up to April. This … Read more