Clueless actress Alicia Silverstone, 44, says her first name has been mispronounced for DECADES

Clueless actress Alicia Silverstone, 44, says her first name has been mispronounced for DECADES as she tells fans how to get it right but insists ‘it doesn’t bother me’ By Sarah Abraham For Dailymail.com Published: 17:16 BST, 11 June 2021 | Updated: 17:37 BST, 11 June 2021 Alicia Silverstone is setting the record straight on … Read more

British Rail is back… almost: Biggest shake-up of train network for three decades

A new public body to oversee key areas of the railways will be set up as part of the biggest overhaul of the industry since privatisation almost three decades ago. Great British Railways (GBR) will replace Network Rail to operate 20,000 miles of track, signals and tunnels. And under plans revealed in a White Paper … Read more

British Rail is back… almost: Biggest shake-up of train network for three decades

A new public body to oversee key areas of the railways will be set up as part of the biggest overhaul of the industry since privatisation almost three decades ago. Great British Railways (GBR) will replace Network Rail to operate 20,000 miles of track, signals and tunnels. And under plans revealed in a White Paper … Read more

Covid crisis ‘exacerbated inequality’ and highlighted decades of underfunding watchdog says 

The Covid crisis has revealed decades-long weak points in Britain’s government and in society generally, a parliamentary watchdog says.  A report by the National Audit Office (NAO) found that the pandemic had ‘laid bare existing fault lines within British society and has exacerbated inequalities’. Gareth Davies, the head of the NAO, said an unreformed adult … Read more

Covid crisis ‘exacerbated inequality’ and highlighted decades of underfunding watchdog says 

The Covid crisis has revealed decades-long weak points in Britain’s government and in society generally, a parliamentary watchdog says.  A report by the National Audit Office (NAO) found that the pandemic had ‘laid bare existing fault lines within British society and has exacerbated inequalities’. Gareth Davies, the head of the NAO, said an unreformed adult … Read more

Woody Allen’s first TV interview for three DECADES set to deal with Dylan Farrow’s accusations

Woody Allen gives his first TV interview for three DECADES to Paramount Plus for show that will address accusations of pedophilia leveled by daughter Dylan Farrow Woody Allen’s interview was conducted by CBS Sunday Morning reporter Lee Cowan in July 2020 but t seemingly never airedIt will be available as part of a larger package on Paramount … Read more

Woody Allen’s first TV interview for three DECADES set to deal with Dylan Farrow’s accusations

Woody Allen gives his first TV interview for three DECADES to Paramount Plus for show that will address accusations of pedophilia leveled by daughter Dylan Farrow Woody Allen’s interview was conducted by CBS Sunday Morning reporter Lee Cowan in July 2020 but t seemingly never airedIt will be available as part of a larger package on Paramount … Read more

Coronavirus immunity could last DECADES for some people – but only days for others

COVID-19 survivors’ immunity could last DECADES for some – but it only last days for others and 11% never develop ANY protection from reinfection, study suggests Researchers looked at blood samples of 164 previously infected COVID-19 patients in SingaporeAround 11% never had detectable levels of neutralizing antibodies while about 55% had levels wane within six … Read more

Oil companies ‘knew for decades about the dangers of air pollution’

Oil and gas companies knew for decades that their industry was responsible for significant levels of air pollution and that it could cause health problems but lobbied for laxer standards and publicly downplayed the risks, it has been claimed.  Internal documents from the likes of Shell, Exxon and Imperial Oil warned as far back as … Read more

Cancer deaths will rise for the first time in decades because of Covid, charities warn

Cancer deaths will rise for the first time in decades unless urgent action is taken to tackle the Covid backlog, the Government was warned today.   One Cancer Voice, a coalition of 47 cancer charities, argued more money and staff are desperately needed to address problems stemming from the pandemic. The charities — speaking collectively for … Read more