Mcdonald’s fan has eaten a burger every other day for over two decades

A man who has eaten a burger every other day for over two decades, has spent thousands on his McDonald’s obsession. David Geyer, 32, from Bergheim, Germany, has been addicted to the fast-food restaurant since his first visit in 1997.  From trainers, clothes to socks, David has spent €5,000 on McDonald’s merchandise and a staggering €40,000 on … Read more

Starting bids begin at £0 for Welsh three-bed home with two reception rooms (but there is a catch)

The house that’s selling for NOTHING: Starting bids begin at £0 for Welsh three-bed home with two reception rooms, bay window and garden plot (though there is a catch) Home in Aberdare, South Wales, is short drive from Cardiff, where similar terraced houses go for over £400k Bidding for the three-bedroom property starts at midday … Read more

Ashley Roberts showcases her sense of style in a printed jumpsuit as she departs Heart Radio 

Ashley Roberts showcases her trendy sense of style in a printed jumpsuit and heels as she departs Heart Radio By Sean O’grady For Mailonline Published: 11:12 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 11:59 GMT, 25 February 2021 She never fails to turn heads with her effortlessly fashionable ensembles. And Ashley Roberts showcased her trendy sense of … Read more

Covid cases in England hit their lowest levels since SEPTEMBER

Covid cases in England hit their lowest levels since SEPTEMBER: Test and Trace figures reveal 84,000 infections were recorded last week – down by 44% in a fortnight Just 84,310 people tested positive for the coronavirus across the country over the week ending February 17 This is down 44 per cent in a fortnight and … Read more

Interactive map reveals 99.5% of all districts in England and Wales have suffered Covid victims

How many people have died of Covid in YOUR town? Interactive map reveals 99.5% of all districts in England and Wales have suffered victims – as data shows January was the second deadliest month on record Office for National Statistics data shows 36 out of 7,209 districts had not recorded a single Covid fatality They … Read more

Boss of Goldman Sachs calls working from home an ‘aberration’

Boss of banking giant Goldman Sachs calls working from home an ‘aberration’ and says he wants staff back in the office as quickly as possible Only around 10% of Goldman Sachs’ workforce went into the office last year Goldman Sachs joins likes of Barclays’ Jes Staley calling for end of ‘WFH’ Businesses urged to let … Read more

Katie Price shares video of children Princess, 13, and Junior, 15, dancing

‘They are mirrors of you and Pete!’ Katie Price shares video of Princess, 13, and Junior, 15, dancing as fans brand them ‘superstars in the making’ By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline Published: 11:44 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 11:44 GMT, 25 February 2021 Katie Price’s fans have picked up on her children’s star quality … Read more

Interactive map reveals 99.5% of all districts in England and Wales have suffered Covid victims

How many people have died of Covid in YOUR town? Interactive map reveals 99.5% of all districts in England and Wales have suffered victims – as data shows January was the second deadliest month on record Office for National Statistics data shows 36 out of 7,209 districts had not recorded a single Covid fatality They … Read more

‘More than 6,500 migrant workers have died’ building Qatar’s World Cup infrastructure

More than 6,500 migrant workers have died during Qatar’s football World Cup preparations over the last decade, according to a report. On average 12 migrants from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have died each week since December 2010 when Qatar was awarded the 22nd FIFA tournament. The findings were compiled from government sources … Read more

Experts warn A-Level and GSCE exam replacement could be WORSE than last year

Ministers today insisted their GCSE and A-Level exam replacement plan is the ‘best we can do’ despite claims an expert has quit warning of an even more dire outcome than last year’s hated algorithm. Schools minister Nick Gibb confirmed that teachers will have control over the marks their pupils get, but insisting there will be ‘protective … Read more