The proof Sturgeon ‘lied’ that Scottish prosecutors don’t want you to see

Nicola Sturgeon’s Scottish government is facing growing accusations of corruption today as civil servants refuse to explain why they censored the most explosive 474 words of Alex Salmond’s testimony that could force the SNP leader to resign. Politicians said the separation of power between prosecutors, the civil service and the SNP had become ‘indistinguishable’ and … Read more

The proof Sturgeon ‘lied’ that Scottish prosecutors don’t want you to see

Nicola Sturgeon’s Scottish government is facing growing accusations of corruption today as civil servants refuse to explain why they censored the most explosive 474 words of Alex Salmond’s testimony that could force the SNP leader to resign. Politicians said the separation of power between prosecutors, the civil service and the SNP had become ‘indistinguishable’ and … Read more

Why lockdowns DON’T always stop thousands dying of Covid

Britain has endured some of the toughest lockdown restrictions in the world — but has still suffered the fourth highest death toll of the pandemic, data showed today. Oxford University researchers ranked the UK’s curbs on daily life the sixth harshest out of 180 countries, after taking into account school and office closures, bans on … Read more

Don’t get locked in to a dud deal when your fixed bond matures

Don’t let your bank automatically lock you in to a dud deal when your fixed bond matures this year By Sylvia Morris For The Daily Mail Published: 22:13 GMT, 23 February 2021 | Updated: 22:34 GMT, 23 February 2021 Hundreds of thousands of savers risk being locked into pitiful deals when their fixed bonds mature … Read more

Why lockdowns DON’T always stop thousands dying of Covid

Britain has endured some of the toughest lockdown restrictions in the world — but has still suffered the fourth highest death toll of the pandemic, data showed today. Oxford University researchers ranked the UK’s curbs on daily life the sixth harshest out of 180 countries, after taking into account school and office closures, bans on … Read more

Don’t stop cash for Covid tests at work, CBI boss tells PM

Don’t stop cash for Covid tests at work next month, CBI boss Lord Bilimoria tells Prime Minister By Alex Lawson For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:16 GMT, 20 February 2021 | Updated: 22:30 GMT, 20 February 2021 One of Britain’s most powerful bosses has called on the Prime Minister to put workplace Covid-19 testing … Read more

Cohabiting couple? Don’t buy a home together until you have asked these six key questions

The number of cohabiting couples submitting joint mortgage applications in 2020 rose by 60 per cent year-on-year, according to the Mortgage Advice Bureau.  In comparison, the number of joint mortgage applications submitted by those in civil partnerships rose by 15 per cent in the same period, whilst for married couples it was 11 per cent. … Read more

Cohabiting couple? Don’t buy a home together until you have asked these six key questions

The number of cohabiting couples submitting joint mortgage applications in 2020 rose by 60 per cent year-on-year, according to the Mortgage Advice Bureau.  In comparison, the number of joint mortgage applications submitted by those in civil partnerships rose by 15 per cent in the same period, whilst for married couples it was 11 per cent. … Read more

Drew Barrymore reveals her children don’t care for her classic film roles in a chat with Hugh Grant

She’s starred in multiple modern classics going back to when she was just a child in the 1980s. But Drew Barrymore revealed Wednesday in a chat with her Music And Lyrics costar Hugh Grant for the SAG-AFTRA Foundation that her kids don’t care for any of her best-remembered movies. ‘They call them “mom movies,”‘ the … Read more

TOM UTLEY: I’ve found sanity ironing underwear in lockdown but if pubs don’t open soon I’ll go potty

Good old Kirstie Allsopp is right. Ironing tea towels really is a therapeutic experience — and God knows we could all do with more of those in these trying times. Indeed, I flatter myself that I write with a degree of authority, since I’m something of an obsessive ironer myself. What’s more, as long-suffering readers … Read more